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The Straits Times, 27 November 1972

Article also available on microfilm reel NL7241 [Lee Kong Chian Reference Library - On shelf]



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  • Masthead [Title Section]
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    \L DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 235,000 TJio National Newspaper The Straits Times. Estd. 1845 MONDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1972 20 CENTS M.C. (P) No. 3776 (24 words)
  • Hunt for 26 fugitives [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • CHRIS LOH
    Hunt for 26 fugitives N.G. KUTTY Mass escape from Bedok reformative centre By POLICE and prison authorities have mounted an islandwide hunt for the remaining 26 inmates of the Reformative Training Centre in Ulu Be dok who escaped on Saturday night. Six others were re-arrested late on Saturday night and (659 words)
  • Man shot in neck after bid to run down officer [Articles]
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    Man shot in neck after bid to run down officer CURGEONS at Outram Hospital were last night battling to save the life of a man who was shot and wounded in the neck after he tried to run down a police officer with a car in Tanjong Katong Road on (319 words)
  • Machineguns, bombs at Rome airport [Articles]
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    Machineguns, bombs at Rome airport ROME, Sun. Airport police today found machlnerurus and bombs in four small pieces of luggage abandoned at Leonardo Da Vinci airport and are investigating the movement of elf b t Japanese who arrived from Paris en route to Cairo. The four bags, described by police (141 words)
  • 'Stay out' Israel warns Egypt [Articles]
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    • AP
    'Stay out' Israel warns Egypt JERUSALEM, Sunday ISRAEL'S Intelligence chief, Maj.-Gen. Eliyahu Zeira, has asked the United Nations to warn Egypt to stay out of the latest fighting between Israel and Syria, the military command said. The warning came during a meeting here between Mr. Zeira and top UN officials (180 words)
  • Malik seeks clarification [Articles]
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    • UPI
    Malik seeks clarification JAKARTA, Sun. Foreign Minister Adam Malik said today Fresident Suharto had told US Presidential adviser Dr. Henry Kissinger that Indonesia was ready In principle to serve on a control commission in Vietnam but wanted clarification on a number of points. They mainly concern, he said, the specification (69 words)
  • Suharto is home [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Suharto is home JAKARTA. Sun. Indonesia's President Suharto returned here today from a two-week tour to Western Europe. Renter. (19 words)
  • Nixon still hopeful peace [Articles]
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    • AGENCIES
    Nixon still hopeful peace WEW YORK. Sun.— A ■^'grim-faced Dr. Henry Kissinger went into immediate conference with President Nixon last night after arriving from the recessed Paris peace talks with the North Vietnamese. The two men were unsmiling and serious as they talked with loose-leafed notebooks and manlla-nle holders In (711 words)
  • Spy country named [Articles]
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    • AP
    Spy country named CAIRO. Sun The United States was identified by the official Middle East News Agency yesterday as the country a former Egyptian diplomat and army officer Mohamed Moheb Abdul Shaffar allegedly spied for. AP. (36 words)
  • Nurses strike [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Nurses strike DACCA. Sun. Nurses In a major Dacca hospital went, on strike for seven hours yesterday after a clenner employed by the hospital was alleged to have slapped a nurse after he was admitted as a patient. Reuter. (39 words)
  • Horror at fair [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Horror at fair PRETORIA, Sun. Two children were killed and four people injured at Brakpan «hen th* whirling wings of a fun-fair 'dive-bomber 1 broke and the structure crashed to the ground Reuter. (33 words)
  • US SPY PLANE SHOT DOWN 3AM LATEST [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    US SPY PLANE SHOT DOWN 3AM LATEST HONG KONG, Sun. North Vietnamese anti-air-craft forces *hot down a pilot Ira Amrrir.in reconnaissance planr ovrr Haipong today. North Vietnam newi agency reported. Reutcr. (31 words)
  • Page 1 Advertisements
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    • Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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      Four in family killed in smash-up Page 28 TEACHERS who care only for bright pupils Page 6 CHINESE businessmen told to go modern 9 BAN on Johore Baru cinemas showing only X-films? 12 NEW legal battle for Damlen 15 ANNUAL fire checks urged 17 JET set beauties 19 CROSSWORD TV/RADIO (71 words)
    • Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Advertisements]
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  • World News THE STRAITS TIMES FOREIGN NEWS SERVICE
    • 125 Mujib men killed secretly' report [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • UPI
      125 Mujib men killed secretly' report (TkACCA, Sun. Tofael t l7 Ahmed, political secretary to Prime Minister Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, claimed that 125 workers of the ruling Awami League had so far become the victims of secret political killings since Bangladesh's liberation on Dec. 16 last year. Tofael, in an (141 words)
    • Plague toll [Articles]
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      • AP
      Plague toll NAIROBI. Sun Thirteen people have died In an outbreak of plague In northern Tanzania's Kilimanjaro district, health authorities said here yesterday. AP. (24 words)
    • Car deaths [Articles]
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      Car deaths CHIEFLAND, Sun. Seven people. Including (our children, were killed and five others critically injured yesterday In a two-car collision In a remote area of North Florida. (28 words)
    • Allon for talks with Rogers in Washington [Articles]
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      Allon for talks with Rogers in Washington JERUSALEM, Sun. J Israeli Deputy Premier Vital Allon will hold talks with U.S. Secretary of State William Rogers in Washington during his forthcoming visit to the United States. Mr. Allon will leave Israel this week for South America and the U.S.. where he (88 words)
    • THAI MOVE TO CURB FOREIGN OWNERSHIP OF BUSINESS [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      THAI MOVE TO CURB FOREIGN OWNERSHIP OF BUSINESS BANGKOK, Sun. The ruling National Executive Council (NEC) has introduced new measures to restrict foreign ownership of business in Thailand. Three groups of businesses will be affected by the measures announced last night. In the first group, which Includes lawyers, architects and (340 words)
    • Japan to ease loan terms [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Japan to ease loan terms MOVE TO PREVENT FURTHER GOODS BOYCOTT JOKYO, Sun. Japan plans to ease the terms of her future loans to Thailand and other South-East Asian nations, Foreign Ministry sources said. The plan, coming in the wake of the mounting boycott movement against Japanese goods in Thailand, (389 words)
    • British expulsion order 'a move to please Mao' [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      British expulsion order 'a move to please Mao' MOSCOW. Sunday. THE Government daily, Izvestia has described the deportation of a stateless Chinese from Hong Kong in the Soviet freighter Kavalerovo as a British move to appease China's anti-Soviet mood. In a commentary on the Incident the newspaper asked on Friday (197 words)
    • Anti-Bangla students stop Bhutto meeting [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Anti-Bangla students stop Bhutto meeting ABBOTTABAD. iPakistan). Sun. Students disrupted a meeting addressed by President Bhutto here today in one of the rowdiest demonstrations since he came to power nearly a year ago. Shouting "Bangladesh unacceptable. the student mob in a wooded valley where the PreMaent was speaking as part (129 words)
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  • Page 2 Miscellaneous
  • WORLD NEWS 2
    • An Eagle to match the Red Foxbat [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • NYT
      An Eagle to match the Red Foxba t U.S. BID FOR AIR SUPERIORITY NEW YORK, Sun. Three new fighter aircraft whose performances may influence drastically the competition for air superiority between the U.S. and the Soviet Union have done well in initial trials, according to air force sources. They are (328 words)
    • Talks in Cuba on anti hijack pact [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Talks in Cuba on anti hijack pact WASHINGTON, Sun.— Talks to conclude an an 1 1 hijacking agreement with Cuba opened in Havana yesterday, the State Department said. Negotiations are being conducted through the Swiss Government which represents U.S. Interests In Cuba. State Department officials said they had not received (169 words)
    • In trouble again [Articles]
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      In trouble again NEW YORK. Sun A man who once sent a "threatening letter" to former President Lyndon Johnson was arrested in the lobby of the WaldorfAstoria Hotel yesterday alter he struck a Secret Service agent. asMftned to President Nixon, with a rolled-up magazine. Mr Nixon was not In the (57 words)
    • THE END OF A LESSON ON MARIJUANA [Articles]
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      • AP
      THE END OF A LESSON ON MARIJUANA I I 1/ABhTHTON (TenL nessee), Sun. Police here have lost their priied marijuana plant. The six-foot plant was stolen on Friday from the window of a music store where they had put it and several smaller plants an part of a community service (89 words)
    • Staid new year [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Staid new year BANGKOK Sun A ban on "obscene calender*" for the new year has been Imposed by the Police Department. Reuter. (22 words)
    • Navy steps up the hunt for mystery submarine [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Navy steps up the hunt for mystery submarine OSLO. Sunday yHE submarine hunt in a west coast fiord which has tied up much of the Norwegian Navy entered its third week today amid signs that the drama is nearing its climax or anti-climax The Defence Command now seems convinced that (288 words)
    • In-the-nude barricade actresses are jailed [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      In-the-nude barricade actresses are jailed ROME. Sun. Two teenage Yugoslav actresses were In Jail here yesterday after barricading themselves naked In the apartment of an Italian film producer whom they are alleged to have beaten over the head with a bottle and tried to rob. Police laid Jadranka Bosancic and (153 words)
  • WORLD NEWS 3
    • 'Death on the spot' for Nazi leader [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AP
      'Death on the spot' for Nazi leader IWEW YORK, Sun. 11 Israel's top Nazi hunter said yesterday that if Adolf Hitler's deputy, Martin Bormann, was still alive no attempt would be made to bring him to Israel for trial. "For me Martin Bormann Is dead. He Is nowhere," said Tuvla (241 words)
    • JACKIE IN THE NUDE A BEST SELLER [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER
      JACKIE IN THE NUDE A BEST SELLER ROME, Sun. The owner of the Italian magazine which published nude photographs of Mrs. Jacqueline Onassis has been quoted as saying that the former American First Lady could not be surprised it had happened. Slgnora Adellna Tattilo, proprietor of the girlie magazine Playmen, (105 words)
    • 'Runaway' reward [Articles]
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      • UPI
      'Runaway' reward ISLAMABAD. Sun The Government Is offering rewards of RslOO (about $36) tor the detection and arrest of Bengalis trying to leave the country Illegally. Many Bengalis were stranded In Pakistan at the time of the fighting In Bangladesh last year, and so far they have not received permission (54 words)
    • 40 hurt in revenge attack by the IRA [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      40 hurt in revenge attack by the IRA duel: BOMB seriously injured at least 40 people in a Dublin cinema early today only hours after Scan Macstiofain, alleged leader of the Provisional wing of the outlawed Irish Republican Army, was sentenced to six months' jail. The bcmb went off In (328 words)
    • Raw fish and rain water for 47 days [Articles]
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      Raw fish and rain water for 47 days f"UAM. Sun. Three v men missing for 47 days at sea In an open boat were rescued by a Japanese fishing vessel near Mindanao, South Philippines, yesterday. During that period at sea, they survived on fish they caught and rain water they (243 words)
    • Death crash [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Death crash BANGKOK. Sun Pour people were killed and 13 others Injured, seven seriously, when a truck and an express train collided yesterday In northern Lamphun pfrovlncei 485 miles north-east of here Reuter (33 words)
    • Trouble brewing over Hughes' millions [Articles]
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      • AP
      Trouble brewing over Hughes' millions T*JEW YORK, Sun. A An intensive Federal investigation into the U. 5.5250 million (about 5685 million) Nevada empire of Howard Hughes may result in Grand Jury indictments in Las Vegas early next year, the Oakland Tribune of California reported yesterday. The probe by a Federal (186 words)
    • GONE WITH THE WIND [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      GONE WITH THE WIND LE HAVRL. Sun. A pensioner in her 70s hung her bedclothes out of the window to air today and saw her 7.000 francs (about M 54.000) savings flutter away. The pensioner, who had forgotten the banknotes were hidden in her bed. ran downstairs to pirk them (69 words)
  • Page 4 Advertisements
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  • Teachers who care only for bright pupils [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Teachers who care only for bright pupils SHEN SWEE YONG 'REAL TEST IS TO UNDERSTAND ALL' By f PHE principal of the Teachers' Training College, Dr. (Miss) lUith Wong, hit out at teachers who focused attention mainly on their brighter pupils. Speaking at the last convocation of TT C trained (448 words)
  • MORE GERMAN FACTORIES FOR MALAYSIA [Articles]
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    MORE GERMAN FACTORIES FOR MALA YSIA KUALA LL'MPI'R. Sun. West Germany is expected to increase its investment in Malaysia within the next few years, the outgoing First Secretary (economic affairs) of the German Embassy here, Mr. Dieter Woltmann, said yesterday. "Three more German Arms will set up factories here shortly, (178 words)
  • REVISED RATES: PUB HAS DISCRETION [Articles]
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    REVISED RATES: PUB HAS DISCRETION THE newly revised tariffs for power and lighting are deemed to have come into operation on Nov. 1. but the Public Utilities Board has the discretion to apply the old tariffs to the November cycle of meter readings as a transitional arrangement. This is stated (141 words)
  • Airline's film show [Articles]
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    Airline's film show CZECHOSLOVAK Airlines will hold a film show at the Hilton Hotel on Thursday at 530 p.m. It will screen four films Czechoslovakia Unknown. Prague Decameron, Dates with Diana, and Winter for Interline, travel and tourist officials at the hotel's Malaysia Room. (44 words)
  • CC's tour of nightspots [Articles]
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    CC's tour of nightspots BUKIT TIMAH community centre youth and women's subcommittee will conduct a tour of local scenic nightspots on Dec. 2. Tho»« Interested can telephone 6C2912 for further details (31 words)
  • Rat race syndrome of the extra mural students [Articles]
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    Rat race syndrome of the extra mural students itfORE and more iTI adults who enrol at the University of Singapore's Extramural Studies Department opt for courses in which they can derive tangible material benefit. The head of the depart ment. Mr. J. F. Conceicao. said: "This sort of moiiva tion (208 words)
  • KL envoy to Bangladesh [Articles]
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    KL envoy to Bangladesh KUALA LUMPUR. Sun Encik All Abdullah has been appointed Malaysia .s tirst High Cummiibioner to Bangladesh. Encik All's last appointment was as special assistant to Tengku Abdul Rahman. Secre-tary-General of the Islamic Secretariat in Jeddah. (39 words)
  • Sea wall [Articles]
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    Sea wall THE Government has accepted a tender for $67 314 to build a sea wall at the Changt Chalet (20 words)
  • Page 6 Advertisements
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      ■THE CHINESE I I MINORITY IN I I INDONESIA I The Chinese in Indonesia 8 suffered persecution after the W-' abortive 1965 communist coup wt but in the intervening JB years the policies of the '&t I Suharto government defused A j^B much of the resentment. •^A. JJ H But (303 words)
  • Stigma of bankrupt lifted off ex merchant [Articles]
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    Stigma of bankrupt lifted off ex merchant T.F. HWANG By pOR 14 years, ex--1 businessman Low Yew, of Clementi Road, was officially listed as a bankrupt in government records though he had never been called up to meet his alleged creditors or make any payment to them. On Saturday, the (269 words)
  • RESIDENTS REPAIR 3 ROADS [Articles]
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    RESIDENTS REPAIR 3 ROADS PAUL WEE By ACTION not words was the order of the day when the residents of Kampung Chal Chee constituency sacrificed their holiday morning yesterday to repair three roads in the area. Instead of grumbling and grousing over the bad state of these roads, more than (137 words)
  • Cadets off to Sydney to win friends [Articles]
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    Cadets off to Sydney to win friends TWO adventurous 1 schoolboys left for Sydney yesterday on a mission to win friends for the National Police Cadet Corps. One EnK Guan, 18, from Rifflrs Institution, and Othman bin Salmi, 17. of Swiss Cottace Secondary School, said before their departure for a (190 words)
  • Control urban living effects on pupils [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Control urban living effects on pupils THE CHALLENGE FOR TEACHERS THK challenge for teachers in an increasingly urbanised Singapore is one of overcoming the influence! of environment on schoolchildren. This, according to the Minister for Science and Technology, Dr. Toh Chin Chye, is because urbanisation increases the problems confronting the (525 words)
  • SAF to hold exercises in 8 areas this week [Articles]
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    SAF to hold exercises in 8 areas this week THE Singapore Armed Forces will conduct military exercises in eight areas this week. They are at Sanmbun from 9 p.m. today to 9 p.m. tomorrow; Chua Chu Kang and Lim Chu Kang. 8 a.m. to 9 pm. daily from today to (110 words)
  • Gold medal for outstanding service [Articles]
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    Gold medal for outstanding service MR CHEANO Sin Hung has won a gold medal for his outstanding service by the Photographic Society of Singapore in its 1972 service awards announced yesterday. The meritorious service (silver) award went to Miss Daisy Chee and Messrs. Foo Tee Jun. Kouo Shan<? Wai. Lim (99 words)
  • Union boycott warning [Articles]
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    Union boycott warning PENANO. Sun— The Penang branch of the Customs Services Union was told yesterday to be prepared to boycott overtime work from Jan. 1 if the union's claims for better rates of overtime payment and improved service conditions were not met. (43 words)
  • Victims' fund [Articles]
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    Victims' fund THE Singapore Metal Box Workers' Union is to set up a committee to raise funds for families of victims nf Robinson* (23 words)
  • Page 7 Advertisements
    • Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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  • Textileexports curb demand 'unfair' [Articles]
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    Textileexports curb demand 'unfair' NGIAM TONG HAI By TUli president of the Singapore Garments Ma n v facturen Association, Mr. Lam Thian has said that the amount of Singapore textiles exported to the United States was so small that it did not justify the U.S. (iovernment's demand for a restraint (358 words)
  • Rivers, drains pollution [Articles]
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    Rivers, drains pollution KUALA LUMPUR. Sun. Cureless and uncontrolled development In the Kuala Lumpur area has lesulted In pollution <>f rivers and drains and "unnatural" flooding, president of the Malaysian Institute of Architects. Mr. Kington Loo said today. (38 words)
  • VOLUNTEER POLICEWOMEN [Articles]
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    VOLUNTEER POLICEWOMEN IZUALA LUMPUR, Sun. "•—A 16-year tradition will be broken when the women's section of the Police Volunteer Reserve is formed next year, a police source said here. "The recruitment is over and we're now working on the details," he said. At present PVR formed in 1956 as an (81 words)
  • Mr. Lee has talks with 'old friend' Roy Jenkins [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Mr. Lee has talks with 'old friend' Roy Jenkins LONDON. Sunday. ]t|R. Lee Kuan Yew had lunch talks with Mr ATI Roy Jenkins, a former Labour Chancellor of the Exchequer, at his home in a country village today. The Singapore Prime Minister drove from his London hotel to the village (358 words)
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  • Page 8 Miscellaneous
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  • FORUM'S ADVICE TO CHINESE BUSINESSMEN
    • Go modern—Find new ways to raise capital [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Go modern Find new ways to raise capital CHEW LEE CHING By and NGIAM TONG HAI SINGAPORE Chinese businessmen were yesterday ur^cd to modernise their methods of raising capital if they want to develop industrial and commercial enterprises in a bi«j way. Mr. Wee Mon Cheng, chairman of the finance (725 words)
    • Singapore now 25th in world shipping league [Articles]
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      Singapore now 25th in world shipping league SINGAPORE has joined the world league of nations with a merchant fleet of over a million tons, and among the 30 countries in this^class, the Republic stands in 25th position. Communications Minister Mr. Yong Nyuk Lin. who referred to Singapore's rapid rise in (311 words)
    • PICKPOCKET WHO FELL INTO POLICE TRAP [Articles]
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      PICKPOCKET WHO FELL INTO POLICE TRAP A HAWKER who picked a man's pocket in busy North Bridge Road did not realise that he had walked into a police trap. Watching him a few feet away were an inspector and three constables. The policemen moved quickly and arrested Yap Pay Inn, (92 words)
    • Last forum on religion [Articles]
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      Last forum on religion THE last of the forums on What Religions Mean Today will will be held at the Shangri-La Hotel Room at 7 30 pm. today. Mr. J. P. Concelcao. M.P. for Katong. Mr. Francis Thomas of St Andrew's School. Dr Sharom Ahmat of the University of Singapore (67 words)
  • Page 9 Advertisements
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  • In the splash [Articles]
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    In the splash ALBERT JOHNSON By TOUGH GOING. THE LONELINESS OF THE LONG-DISTANCE SWIMMER SPLASH! A nice has begun, and it looks so delightfully easy— the grace and the speed of our swimmers. But getting into the water at a competitive meet is only the culmination of weeks and months (597 words)
  • Pat Chan's brother Mark gets his break in Australia [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Pat Chan's brother Mark gets his break in Australia Teng Chuan aims for next Olympics to go places as any one else. Justina began swimming when she was only three-year-old. She has worked hard since then at becoming a really good swimmer. She said: "My idol is Shane Gould, the (1016 words)
  • Page 10 Advertisements
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  • Achoo! Spell a sneeze any way you like [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Achoo! Spell a sneeze any way you like ATI-SHOO atichoo accha or atschoo. A sne«ze is still a sneeze whichever way you spell it. This is the view of no less a person than "Master of Words" Dr. R. W. Burchfleld the man who has devoted the past 15 years (206 words)
  • Asean food protein experts to meet [Articles]
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    Asean food protein experts to meet KUALA LUMPUR Sun. A four-day meeting of experts on food protein from Asean countries will begin here tomorrow to discuss and solve common problems. The meeting is one of the Joint research projects under the Asean permanent committee on science and technology. The meeting (165 words)
  • Magistrate appointed [Articles]
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    Magistrate appointed MR. IEO Keng Bian has been appointed a magistrate in the Subordinate Law Courts. He will also act as court registrar for the month of December. (28 words)
  • Australian Rotary offers to S'pore students [Articles]
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    Australian Rotary offers to S'pore students fTVHE Rotary Club of SinX gapore is Inviting applications from local strudents between the ages of 16 and 18 who wish to study in Australian secondary schools. This follows three offers made by Australian Rotary clubs In Victoria and New South Wales to host (124 words)
  • Port official is tops in magic competition [Articles]
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    Port official is tops in magic competition MR. KOH Tiong Seng, a container port manager with the PSA, won the IBM presidential challenge trophy when he came In first in a contest for magicians on Saturday. The contest, organised by the International Brotherhood of Magicians (Singapore Ring US), was held (77 words)
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      i JJ /Vf3 i^r At^. g j yyy i -\^^k -ist** lB M\ it \A Now you can go totally Levi's. You can wear Levi's new Chambray shirt with all your beautiful Levi's pants. Button-down patch pockets. Handsome high collar. Top-stitching. Manly denim cotton, in a variety of rugged action (84 words)
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      SEASONS *$ENSATIOHAL* Starts Tinlupi A New Collection of DRESS MATERIALS FURNISHING FABRICS Just Unpacked For Your CHRISTMAS CHINESE NEW YEAR offered at Big Reduction. Shop early at:S.A. MAJEED CO. 70, HIGH STREET (AIRCONOITIONED) SINGAPORE -6 139 143, EAST COAST ROAD, SINGAPORE -15 45, SENG POH, ROAD, (TIONG BAHRU) SINGAPORE -3 (122 words)
  • Genting Highlands Hotel to buy over Chinwoo Stadium [Articles]
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    Genting Highlands Hotel to buy over Chinwoo Stadium KUALA LUMPUR, Sun. Genting Highlands Hotel Bhd. Is to buy over Chlnwoo Stadium for $2.7 million. A source said today that negotiations between the hotel and the Selangor Chlnwoo Athletic Association, which owns the building, began in the middle part of last (170 words)
  • Nursing as a career [Articles]
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    Nursing as a career SISTER N. Noordln of Thomson Hospital will give a talk in Malay on "Nursing as a Career" at the National Library's meetIng room at 10 a.m. on Dec. 2. The talk Is being organised by the Young Peoples' Service of the library. Pree admission tickets are (56 words)
  • Toto winning numbers [Articles]
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    Toto winning numbers IN yesterday's Toto draw No. 94 72, the winning numbers were 30, 10. 8. 34. 46. The additional number was 16. In the circles draw, the numbers drawn were 30, 40. and 8. (36 words)
  • FORMER UNF MAN MAY FACE 'DEFAME' SUIT [Articles]
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    FORMER UNF MAN MAY FACE 'DEFAME' SUIT P)RMER UNF branch chairman Mr. William Cook who Joined the Singapore Justice Party last Friday may face legal action for allegedly "defaming" his former political party. UNF chairman Mr. I.im Ah Kow, in a letter to the former Joo Chiat branch chairman on (103 words)
  • Ban on JB cinemas showing only X-f ilms? [Articles]
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    Ban on JB cinemas showing only X-f ilms? JOHORE BARU, Sun THE Government may enforce a ruling lo see that cinemas do n o t show se\ films all the time. Deputy Minister of Home Affairs, Haji Mohamed Yaacob said he would sound the Deputy Prime Minister, Tun (Dr.) Ismail, (494 words)
  • BE OUTWARD IN OUTLOOK SAYS YONG [Articles]
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    BE OUTWARD IN OUTLOOK SAYS YONG COMMUNICAT lONS Minister. Mr Yong Nyuk Lin, yesterday urged civic organisations in Singapore to adopt an outward-look-ing attitude. He said apart from their normal activities. they should take part in antipollution, anti narcotics and other campaigns. Mr. Yong also praised civic associations in Singapore (70 words)
  • Page 12 Advertisements
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  • Page 12 Miscellaneous
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      Straits Times Crossword ACROSS 6 Olrls p1«y. (4. 4). 1 5 »c, 13 Memo: It It 7 ...opera role In Roman proit's then, man (anag.) (2, 4, duction (S>. g 2, 4). 8 Where to find an unhtip--9 Inter alia does range here fully situated clue element (4-4). (2. 3, (271 words)
  • Page 13 Advertisements
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      j^^Tftmr best-ever /I I /n AXMINISTtR U ■■V/U WID WILTON p» J Whether for home or office now is the time to boy carpets at A tremendous savings! Wallto-Wall or bordered squares. come and make your choice from the widest range in town! i^T"^H CARPETS I El furnishings 37 TANQLIN (349 words)
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      SUNBREAKERS ALUMINIUM AWNINGS VENETIAN BLINDS Cbnsult specialist with 16 years experience. MOONLIGHT COMPANY 309 Tonjong Kotong Rood, S'oore 15. Tel: XXXXX8 XXXXX1^ (22 words)
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      I ORCH»«O CINEMA BIDG I GRANGE 80. TEL XXXXXS I Cti MAIN DISH I I tV INCLUDES I •SOUP DU JOUR •ROLL AND BUTTER I •FRESH FRUIT •COFFEE I I VVttKlfc otmim. m ALIV V I j OWCULU V ffittt Restaurant ttje (Jfflanbarm! W tChere'» Kmutljing of ti\t tonrm hospitality (98 words)
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      Floss You've all tried pork floss. Now enjoy new Cerebos chicken floss. Made from the finest chicken meat with added flavouring. Delicious! And full of natural goodness. Available in convenient 2oz. packs, hygienically sealed. (34 words)
  • The Straits Times. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1972 UPS AND DOWNS [Articles]
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    The Straits Times. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1972 UPS AND DOWNS T IKE the smile on the face of the tiger, the bonhomie exhibited by peace negotiators for the benefit of news photographers can apparently be misleading. The smiles and cheery waves with which Dr. Kissinger and Mr. Le Due Tho (587 words)
  • A proposal to ban smoking in offices [Articles]
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    A proposal to ban smoking in offices STANLEY PARKER: COLOGNE By A WEST German scientist's assertion that cigarette smoke is as dangerous to non-smokers as to smokers themselves has given new impetus to a campaign to ban smoking in the nations offices and factories. Prof rssor Ferdinand Schmidt, head of (450 words)
  • What makes China's millions tick? [Articles + Illustrations]
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    What makes China's millions tick? JOHN KENNETH GALBRAITH AN AMERICAN TAKES A TRIP BEHIND THE BAMBOO CURTAIN ■HH^HHMHH By ANY useful description of ut economic system turns on the answers the right answers to a half dozen basic questions like what makes people work? And what things, in consequence, do (1833 words)
  • QUOTE [Articles]
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    QUOTE One thing is beyond doubt the Chinese do work hard, effectively and intelligently tor six days a week, and normally without vacations, ihe impression of diligent effort in town, countryside, construction sites, schools, public works is overwhelming.™ (38 words)
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  • 'Deliver the goods' and you'll get good support co-ops told [Articles]
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    'Deliver the goods' and you'll get good support co-ops told gINGAPOREANS will be quick in patronising co-operative business ventures if the co-operatives can deliver goods and services superior in quantity and quality, Mr. A. T. Shimpi, general manager of INCOME (NTUC's insurance co-operative) said yesterday. "But if the co-operatives, on (186 words)
  • 2 HAWKERS ARE HONOURED BY POLICE [Articles]
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    2 HAWKERS ARE HONOURED BY POLICE TWO hawkers who helped police catch a snatch thief were honoured at a special ceremony on Friday. Mr. Ho Eng Teck, 21. and Mr Lim Whay Tcck, 36. were presented with police commendation certificates and awards by the MP for Toa Payoh, Mr. Eric (91 words)
  • Professor: S-E Asia will be business battleground [Articles]
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    Professor: S-E Asia will be business battleground S.M. MUTHU By COUTH-east Asia will 0 be the first "battleground" between the giant corporations of Japan and America when they vie to sink their investments in the region. Predicting this yesterday, Prof. AShok Kapoor, from the Graduate School of Business Administration, New (354 words)
  • Market growing [Articles]
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    Market growing THE Government has invited tenders lor the construction of an extension to the Jurong feh auction market (19 words)
  • DEMOLITION BEGINS AT ROBINSONS TODAY [Articles]
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    DEMOLITION BEGINS AT ROBINSONS TODAY DEMOLITION of the burnt-out structure of Robinson's department store Is expected to begin today. The work will take about two days. Meanwhile, the firm's management stall reported for duty at its new premises at Orchard Road's Specialist Centre. They hope to put up a Christmas (52 words)
  • A FIRE THAT CAUSED NO ALARM [Articles + Illustrations]
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    A FIRE THAT CAUSED NO ALARM THIs was a fire that causrd no alarm simply becaus* the wooden house in the picture was set ablate by firemen themselves on dayIt was the h.Ehlicht of a fire display at Emorcss Place to demonstrate the effective use of hUh pressure water fog (99 words)
  • New legal battle for Damien to start in Perth [Articles]
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    New legal battle for Damien to start in Perth P.M. RAMAN By NEW legal baltle for the custody of Singapore-bom Damien Sim Leong Hoi, the only son of Mr. Sim Hong Boon, an architect, will soon begin in the West Australian Supreme Court in Perth. Damien, five, is living with (372 words)
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      aS W \L L mw m V X FAVRE-LEUBA HAS A BETTER WAY OF REMEMBERING IF"* x2k 3 I At last the knot, as an aid to human memory is rendered obsolete. The acoustic signal ot tne memo raider can now remind you, insistently, of your appointments. Automatic, with date, (113 words)
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      Rugged, "^"jt^gm Reliable, 5 9 ■■Economically-priced L J^ARC WELDERS 1/ Minx Series Arc Welders are designed to give long reliable service at I^^. With variable amperage. il these Arc Welders are H Sf- capable of a wide range iKsJ 5 of welding applications. •^2.' 3f ldeal or rapid re P (196 words)
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      On your TV and Radio C fiA »M Gocd Morning 1.11 Children's Concert Time 3.M The 300 PM Opening, and Where the 5.41 My Three Sons: Came the O.UU Let's Go With Music 7.N Sound of Success 4.M Tea Break Heart Is Jay Ne s 71| Oai y Oigest 7.75 (727 words)
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
    • GCE level for Poly admission [Letters]
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      GCE level for Poly admission I REFER to the letter by "Futuristic" (ST., Nov. 22). Applicants who wish to apply for admission to the Polytechnic must pass the G.C.E. 'O Level Examination with the following three subjects: English; elementary or additional mathematics; and an appropriate science subject. Normally, the Polytechnic (95 words)
    • DELAY IN GETTING KEYS DUE TO FAULTY LIFTS [Letters]
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      • UP
      DELAY IN GETTING KEYS DUE TO FAULTY LIFTS I AM one of those unVortunate applicants allocated a four-room HDB point block flat In Tew Chew Street after a ballot was on Aug. 19. I was told to collect my house keys on Oct. 9. but when I turned up at (250 words)
    • Preserving integrity of the Press [Letters]
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      Preserving integrity of the Press QNK of the greatest advantages of living in a developed country is the recognition of personal liberty and the freedom of the Press. In my view the greatest problem facing the mass media in developing countries Is how it should preserve its integrity and Independence (579 words)
    • Untitled [Letters]
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      AS A regular user of overhead bridges, I support the views of "Singapore Girls" (ST.. Nov 21). To avoid confusion and congestion and to assist In the free flow of pedestrians during rush-hours, I suggest that the toilowlng improvements be made to overhead bridges: 1 1 A centre white line (73 words)
    • Primary Production Dept should act on animal cruelty [Letters]
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      Primary Production Dept should act on animal cruelty IRKFKR to Mr. Patrick Buxtons letter (S.T.. Nov. 22) concerning the pet shops in Rochore Road. In case he and other interested persons feel that action on the part of this Society is overdue I would point out that we frequently draw (192 words)
    • Untitled [Letters]
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      I REFER to the letter by "8.T." complaining of letters being wrongly Inserted Into letter boxes, (SJT., Nov. 23). I agree with him because I have also encountered a similar incident in which my PUB bill was mls-de-llvered. But for the concern of my neighbour who found it in his (195 words)
    • Hawkers pollute Jalan Samulun [Letters]
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      Hawkers pollute Jalan Samulun IN THE mornings and afternoons on working days there are many unlicensed hawkers sellIng food and drinks at Jalan Samulun. The road and drains nearby are scattered with drinking straws, paper and plastic wrappers due to lnd.srlmlnate throwIng. Besides making this area polluted w.th rubbish, the (107 words)
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  • GOVT REPLIES
    • WHY THE GIRL DID NOT GET A BCG JAB [Articles]
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      WHY THE GIRL DID NOT GET A BCG JAB I REFER to the letter by "Concerned Mother" (S.T, Nov. 10), regarding BCG vaccination of her daughter attending Primary One class. It is the policy of the Ministry of Health that children who have been vaccinated with BCG at birth will (549 words)
    • Annual fire checks urged adviser [Articles]
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      Annual fire checks urged adviser rpilK Fire Brigade should make annual inspections of every large building in Singapore to prevent a recurrence of the Robinson's store tragedy. An initial check up by the Fire Brigade before an approval is given is not sufficient, according to Mr. Donald G. Vaughan, safety (427 words)
    • Closing date for chit funds claims [Articles]
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      Closing date for chit funds claims ALL creditors who have not proved their claims against six chit fund companies under wind-up orders from the government are asked to do so before Dec. 16. The Arms are: 20th Century Chit Fund Ltd, United Chinese Credit Corporation. Stallion Corporation. Poh Thye International (78 words)
    • Free clinic [Articles]
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      Free clinic THE Parliamentary Secretary<Social Affairs) Mr. Chan Chee Seng, will open the Singapore Buddhist Free Clinics first branch in Indus Road at 2 p.m. on Dec. 17. (28 words)
    • Dental 'war' in press is deplored [Articles]
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      Dental 'war' in press is deplored TH E controversy between two dental associations should be settled In a more responsible manner Instead of the tooth-for-tooth exchange of letters in the press The Parliamentary Secretary (Labour), Mr. Fong Sip Chee, said both partlt3 the Singapore Dental Association and the Singapore Registered (125 words)
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      Juvelon DOUBLE STRENGTH VITAMIN E gives you new ENERGY AND STAMINA to match Juvelon is a sure, safe way to revitalize your system and gain extra stamina. Be young and active again free from the aches and pains and loss of energy associated with premature ageing. Obtainable from all Pharmacits (63 words)
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      THE DEVELOPMENT BANK OF SINGAPORE LTD. MORGAN GUARANTY INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CORPORATION OVERSEAS UNION BANK LTD. AUSTRALIAN UNITED CORPORATION LIMITED are pleased to announce the commencement of business from 27th November 1 972 of their affiliate NATIONAL DISCOUNT COMPANY LIMITED OUE BUILDING Ist FLOOR, 50, CCLLYER QUAY SINGAPORE 1. TELEPHONE: GENERAL (74 words)
  • Straits Times Book Page
    • Introducing a social era that exists no longer... [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Introducing a social era that exists no longer... KAY DICK By INEVITABLY, when an author commits suicide, as Yukio Mishima did in 1970 with a ritualistic seppuka, one tends to explore the portents of such an act of free will in his work, which has amply signified an obsession with (315 words)
    • The sort of man Einstein was [Articles]
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      The sort of man Einstein was THOMAS LASK By THIS new life of Kinslein concentrates on that aspect of Einstein that made him renowned: the theoretical physicist. Unlike so many other authors who neglect the scientist for Einstein the quaint character or the involved pacifist or the victim of Nazism, (637 words)
    • NEAPOLITAN OPERA BOUFFE [Articles]
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      NEAPOLITAN OPERA BOUFFE KELLOW CHESNEY By THE BETRAYERS by Hubert Cole (Eyre Methuen £3.95). CAROLINE MURAT by Joan Bear (Collins £3.50). MR. COLE'S title Is Ironic. His well written story Is a double biography of Napoleon's sister, Caroline, and of her husband. Murat, the one time seminarist who became a (251 words)
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      WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING TODAYOF ANOTHEROFFICEAT: GROUND FLOOR, HOTEL MERLIN, KUALA LUMPUR. TELEPHONE: XXXXX7 Another step towards serving you better. Iftmas mataystan airline system Asia's Golden Se™ ice Airline v jj pw^ m^JM mmmmmmmmSßml^^^KS^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M W y W ~*'mS\ mimWWn&lWfiWMlM. .L^ 4H^^F v ■I I vPx mm\ Wmmmmm^^^^^^m. (172 words)
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      Super Fine Quality Most Modern Design I Most Economical In Price Writes Smoothly Cleanly A Available At All Stationers M Bookstores AM I Sole Agent: SINGAPORE. MALAYSIA. A\ BRUNEI and INDONESIA HI SIKAnKASfNCY MUSE fPTEj LTD 1^^159 GoMh* Ptoa Thomson Road Spae il^H Tel XXXXX2 XXXXX9 mZ^A (47 words)
  • Jet set beauties [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Jet set beauties (3 words)
  • They stole limelight at the ball [Articles]
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    They stole limelight at the ball NANCY BYRAMJI By rr HE V were the jet-set beauties who stole the stardust at the Singapore Air Transportworkers' Unio n's Silver Jubilee Ball at Shang r i La Hotel. And reigning supreme among the trio was Josephine Ong (centre), a secretary, who won (212 words)
  • $20 mil textile plant at Prai to provide 700 jobs [Articles]
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    $20 mil textile plant at Prai to provide 700 jobs IPOH, Sun. A tex- tile factory with an authorised capital of $20 million will be set up in Prai and provide employment tor about 700 people, it was announced here today. Texsyn Fibre Industries Sdn. Bhd. is a joint yen (210 words)
  • Wee: Make more use of photography [Articles]
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    Wee: Make more use of photography THE Minister ol State for Environment, Mr. Wee Toon Boon, yesterday called on technologists to make more use of photography to contribute to Singapore's development. He was speaking at the oper.lng on Saturday of the fifth South-east Asia Students' Fhotographtc Exhibition organised by the (81 words)
  • Chinese, Indian dances [Articles]
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    Chinese, Indian dances THE Chinese YMCA will conduct courses on Chinese and Indian cultural dances for teachers from Dec. 4. The ten -session course will be held dally except Saturday and Sunday. Miss Betty Tan will conduct the Chinese claw, and Mr K P Bhafkar will renduct the Indian class. (50 words)
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      (ROSS is a superior writing instrument. Iff that sounds arrogant, there's a reason for it. To sum it up, we're Wiv«* manner. A practical and that time of the year when specialists. The only things What nicer way to handsome way to tell him you're looking for a we make (324 words)
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      i iHv' '^1 SI I ISI^I I look MM 1)111)1 i. -i,. mam kt im i. m. ,i y.( ;tk h ai *> k h ..Unlit: ii ..I ii* \m,ilii,,ln... Htm, few. M.i-.i.1.,. „mi.|ii. .In, i. in li.t T..1..1 H...1, Can < ••11.. 1.. rg>l"f tin- Iriiiiiun.- .pulili.- ..I t..ullihil. (258 words)
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      Bugs Bunny By Ralph Heimdahl I PIME FDR A SAUCER O' SYLVESTER, YA OU6HTA I AN' FURTHERMORE... ANY fiWTTHSR ATTACKS IvT MILK/ GUVNOR T y BE ASHAMEP O' YER- k-. r^ ON MY CHARACTER AMP S SELF! YER NOTHIN' 1/ ONE MOMENT, 1 ECONOMIC STATUS WILL v^. M BUT A (67 words)
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      BA. SHIPREPAIR MANAGERS B. FOREMAN OF ENGINE FITTERS C. FOUNDRY FOREMAN Applications are invited from experienced and suitably qualified candidates for the above positions in this Shiprepair Yard. A. SHIPREPAIR MANAGERS QUALIFICATIONS A EXPERIENCE: Candidates should be between 30-40 years of age and have the following qualifications which are essential: (792 words)
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      experienced copywriter We want a self-starter. Someone who can take a marketing brief and create a single selling advertisement or a complete campaign covering film, radio, press and point-of-sale. Our record in this market has been and continues to be exceptionally good. So we require a writer, male or female, (559 words)
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      Singapore polytechnic SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the following posts: 1) Lecturers/ Assistant Lecturers in Mechanical Engineering 2) Lecturers/Assistant Lecturers in Production Engineering 3) Lecturers/ Assistant Lecturers in Electrical Engineering 4) Lecturers /Assistant Lecturers in Civil Engineering Building DUTIES: The successful applicants will (601 words)
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      EHH peA (A) ASSISTANT INTERNAL AUDITORS Qualifications it Experience An Accountancy qualification or Honours degree in Business Administration or Commerce from a recognised Institution, preferably with experience in a supervisory capacity, management accounting, auditing, organisation and methods, work study or operational research. In a large organisation. Duties To conduct financial (507 words)
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      Large and well established company requires high-calibre personnel INDENT SALESMAN Qualification: 30 yean below. Age: Minimum O&C. but HSC. In Science Stream preferred. Citizen: Malaysian Base: Kuala Lumpur Spoken Dialects: 3 major Chinese dialects with proficiency In Bahasa Malaysia. Experience: At least 2-3 years working as Salesman In Chemicals. Possess (638 words)
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      SHIPPING POSITIONS British shipping company requires immediately for its container department 1. TWO TRAINEE EXECUTIVES Minimum HSC. salary negotiable, shipping experience preferred. 2. TWO CARCO CANVASSERS Minimum good MCE. Own car and clean licence essential. Sales experience advantageous. Successful candidates will enjoy a progressive management, excellent benefits and career prospects. (625 words)
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      INSURANCE EXECUTIVE A local insurance company invites applicants for the position as Principal Officer in their general insurance company. The requirements necessary for this demanding situation are as follows: 1. Malaysian Citizen Age- 35 (Minimum). 2. Minimum of 12 years' experience in the insurance industry. 3. Professional qualifications of FC (667 words)
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      INSTITIUT TEKNOLOJI MARA Institiut Teknoloji MARA oercadang hendak mensambil sebUangan penuntut-penuntut BunupuU-a yang telah lulus peperlksaan MCE dan juga yang lelah mengambil dan »eu*iiß menunggu keputusan peperlksaan MCE tahun 1972 umuk mengikutl salah satu daripada Kajlan-kajian dlbawah mi mulai (a) School of Accountancy (b) School of Business and Management Pemohon-pemohon (1165 words)
  • Announcements [Articles]
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    Announcements LEONARD'S ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SALE! Everything slashed to rock bottom' Housewares. furniture, radios, home appliances, etc. The J A Leonard Company 7*. Orchard Road. Spore Tel: XXXXX5 BARBER CHOP. First floor. Oberol Imperial Hotel up-to-date Men's Halrdreoalng. F>elal. Sauna Massage Spore Tel XXXXX0. XXXXX6 Ext. 122, Open on Sundays. (49 words)
  • Deaths [Obituaries]
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    Deaths DR. YEOH CHEANG HOE. 77. passed awiy peacefully on 25 1172 leaving behind 2 wives. Lav Tak Hlng. Chee Wai Chan. 6 sons Dr Oon Seang oon Chye. Oon Huat, Oon Leong Dr Oon Hock. Oon Seng. 5 daughters Swee Har. Swee Hoon. Bwee Bust Swee L»ng. Swee Cfcoo. (296 words)
  • Page 22 Advertisements
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      GENERAL ADVERTISEMENTS Ti^^ classified advertisements smaapoic only Ji »ord ~W Classified AdveritsefTents Minimum jjo for JO »otdi Telephone sefvice COT A PROBLEM? Well. Dear Ros probably has the answer Kos brings commonsense. and understanding advice to the love-lorn, lonely or Just plain curious every Monday In NEW NATION Don't miss (530 words)
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      APPLICANTS replying to Box numbers for Vacancies are requested not to enclose original copies of testimonials or references with their applications. No responsibility can be accepted for their loss. Applicants are also advised to write to Box numbers correctly and check them before posting. CHARLES FULTON (SINGAPORE) LIMITED a oueMldlary (635 words)
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      ONE SALES MANAGER with experience and salesmen women required by established company. Independent position with good terms and salary Ca'l personally at Block 26. 463. Outram Park. Spore. THE GUTHRIE WAUGH ORGANISATION Invites applications from Singapore citizens for the post of a SALES REPRESENTATIVE (Photo Cepur) The successful candidate must (630 words)
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      WANTED OFFICE MESSENGER holdIng valid motor-cycle licence, prlmiry education, salary £»130/- p m.. wage review every six months Interested please telephone XXXXX1 Miss 8. Tan EXPERIENCED MALAY ORIVER wanted by established company Apply personally during office hours at 92, Hlllvlew Avenue, Singapore. 23 TOKO ELECTRONIC SINCAPORE PTE. LTD. Vacancies fer (703 words)
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      READ THE SENIOR Appointments Vacant In the Sunday Mail each week. EXPERIENCED SKIDDER DRIVERS Phone Mr. Chew XXXXX B'pore. READ THE SENIOR Appointments Vacant in the Sunday Mall each week INTERNATIONAL HOUSING AGENCY to let In good res.denllal areas of dist. 5. 9. 10. 11. 21 Bungalows' Houses- Jalan Harom (882 words)
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      NEW ULTRA MODERN Semi -dc ached bungalow four rooms »ith bath attached servant's quarter and garage. parquet mosaic flooring at No. 4 Roseburn Avenue. Apply Telephone 9X4946 Singapore. SHEPHERDS HILL ESTATE. (3). Executive detached bungalow over 6000 sq.ft. 4 rooms, big lounge dinIng, bathrooms attached, telephone, spacious garden, partly furnished. (796 words)
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      FURNISHED BIG AIRY room with verandah, own entrance, quiet girl. Rent 160,-. Dstrlct 9. XXXXX3. OIST. S FLAT In Dublin Rd 3rd floor, fully furnished. 4 bedrooms. 3 bathrooms. 2 aircondltloners Tel: XXXXX2. FULLY FURNISHED and alrcondltione. rooms available in dist. 15 Prlct $100— $250 Contact Si:'6'.'s I pore EDEN (764 words)
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      BUNCALOWS Di-tnct 10/11 $140.000 00 $800,000 JO, District 15 $80,000.00 $500,000 00; Seletarhills $130,000 00 —$230,000 00 Ring 8.U.8.8 tiME (B'pore 1 CHESTNUT DRIVE Of? Buklt Tlmah Road 9 ms single-storey detached 9.000 sq.ft. $174,000 freehold. Vacant possession. Principals only Spore XXXXX9. SEASIDE SPLIT-LEVEL DOUBLESTOREY semi-detached E.IBE aa ft. 3 (773 words)
  • Page 23 Advertisements
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  • Page 24 Advertisements
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      JOO CHIAT RESTAURANT serve caters meja panjang, makan kechll. weddings and birthday parties. Tel XXXXX9. No. 122. Joo Chlat Rd Spore, 18. If you have been Invited to NEW ARIRANO KOREAN RES TAURANT ANO HAVE TRIED OUR FAMOUS KOREAN BUL COKI' ■CHBECAV* The Chances are you'll return for more WE (368 words)
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  • TIMESPORT
    • Benny bowls HK to easy victory [Articles]
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      Benny bowls HK to easy victory UOXC KONCi, Sun. Honjj Kong took a 2-1 lead in the Interport cricket series when they beat Singapore by six wickets here today. Final scores: Spore 133 and 70; Hong Kong 175 and 31-4. Singapore, resuming their second innings at the overnight score of (346 words)
    • Aik Mong, Gunalan outclassed in China [Articles]
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      • AP
      Aik Mong, Gunalan outclassed in China TiOKYO. Sun. China A showed their badminton power when they outclassed Malaysia 3-1 in an exhibition match played in Peking's indoor stadium yesterday, according to Chinese news agency Hsinhua. Tan Aik Mong, who reached the singles semifinals in the recent world championships in Jakarta, (123 words)
    • MacD all the way winner in GP [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      MacD all the way winner in GP jVIACAO, Sun. John 11 Mac Donald of Hong Kong, driving a Brabham Bt-36, today led from start to finish to win the Macao Grand Prix for the second time in seven years. Second was Australian Max Stewart driving a Dolnn powered Midren and (239 words)
    • Malaysia in final [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Malaysia in final BANGKOK Sun Malaysia entered the final of the fifth Kings Cup football tournament today, defeating Indonesia 2-0. Beth goals were scored In the first half. The scorers were. Gaffar Kumzah and Moklhar Dahnri Reuter. (37 words)
    • Stump, Walton clinch Cup [Articles]
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      Stump, Walton clinch Cup A H STUMP and Mrs M Walton won the Tangle Inn Cup. a mlxe foursome stroke competition on a count back Iroin Leo John Ming and Mrs. J. Gioundy. at the Keppel Oolf Club yesterday. Both pairs returned nett 73r. iiie firs; n:ne balkweep was won (74 words)
    • Singapore archers excel in S'gor contest [Articles]
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      Singapore archers excel in S'gor contest LAN PEREIRA By I^UALA LUMPUR. Sun. —Singapore businessman Loi Ah Chang and his wife Daisy claimed the major honours at the inaugural Selangor Open archery championships at the Armed Forces Stadium here today. While Loi, 36, claimed the men's individual title with 1028 points (190 words)
    • William bags SMC sprint double in heavy rain [Articles]
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      William bags SMC sprint double in heavy rain P. SENEVIRATNE By MOTOR racing mechanic William Lyou thrived in the heavy rain in his ourple Mini Cooper 'S' to clock the fastest time of the day for cars at the Singapore Motor Club's sprints at Thomson Road yesterday. Lyou whlpoed a (316 words)
    • Reserves lose [Articles]
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      Reserves lose JOO Chlat 'O' Division beat Reserve Unit 2' by four matches to one In the Police Inter-unit badminton championships at Thomson Road yesterday. (25 words)
    • Workshop 2-1 [Articles]
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      Workshop 2-1 Teleprinter Workshop beat Air Radio 2-1 In the final of the Tfleccms Inter-Department soccer tournament Rt Farrer Park yesterday. (21 words)
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  • TIMESPORT
    • Mee has tough job with Gunners [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Mee has tough job with Gunners MANAGER Bertie Mcc, who steered Arsenal to the English League and F.A. Cup double in 1970, today faces the monumental task of trying to repair their punctured pride following a disastrous five days. The slide started with Arsenals inglorious 3-0 League Cup exit against (377 words)
    • Chelsea 2-1 favourites to win the League Cup [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Chelsea 2-1 favourites to win the League Cup LONDON, Sun. Chelsea, ftsing ffiialists last year, were made 2-1 favourites yesterday to win the English League Cup after drawing Norwich as their semi-final opponents. Chelsea beat Norwich 1-0 in the quarter-finals last season when Norwich were in the Second Division. Norwich (154 words)
    • Ashe to meet Lutz in WCT final [Articles]
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      Ashe to meet Lutz in WCT final ROME. Sun Americans Arthur Ashe and Bob Lutz advanced to the final of the USSSOOCO World Championship Tennis playoffs last night before the largest crowd ever to watch tennis In Italy. A>hr. who came up with big ffrves and punlshinp service returns, when (125 words)
    • RESULTS [Articles]
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      RESULTS IR'SH LEAOIE: Bally mena 3 Portadown 1: Ba rigor 1 Coleralne 2; Crusaders 3 Cliftonville 0: Olen.v.on 2 Distillery 0; Glentoran 0 Linfleld 2: Lame 0 Ards 2 Birmingham 4 Norwich 1 Chelsea 0 C. Palace 0 Derby 5 Arsenal 0 Eveiton 1 West Ham 2 Ipswich C Coventry (329 words)
    • TABLES [Articles]
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      TABLES 1 i^.r !>...>! IS I.! 4 3 37 21 21 [r.,1. 19 10 6 5 37 22 26 Mmii.iI 20 10 5 5 25 20 23 rollrnti.ini 19 9 4 6 26 20 22 ::hrlM-a 19 7 7 5 21 23 21 Ipsvti.li IS 7 7 4 24 20 (918 words)
    • Kiwis turn on full power [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Kiwis turn on full power EDINBURGH, Sun. The New Zealand All Blacks thundered back into form with a 26-6 triumph over the Rest of the Scottish Districts XV in their Rugby Union match at Hawick yesterday. The All Blacks, who fielded a near Test-strength side in preparation for their itrst (386 words)
    • Henning's prize [Articles]
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      Henning's prize JOHANNESBURG. Em. f-outli African Harold Hennfeng won the first prize In the South African PGA golf cham-pioiu-lilp here yesterday Hennint totalled 2TO to win by one stroke despite a brilliniit last round by South African Hueh Baiocchl who had a five-under-pdr 6?. Die best round of the tournament. (73 words)
    • Green Tiger gets his sixth win [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Green Tiger gets his sixth win EPSOM JEEP i By- Coleman's treble on Yes Dear, The Banker 111 and Pimlico QREEN TIGER beat a Class 1 Div 1 field over 8f (Race 6) at Bukit Timah yesterday. Ridden by apprentice C H. Tan, Green Tiger led all the way to (2406 words)
    • Charlie Potheen triumphs [Articles]
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      Charlie Potheen triumphs LONDON. Bun Ch«rl!e Potheen led from start to finish to win the Hennesay Oold Cup handicap steeplechase over 26f at Newbury yesterday. Roman Holiday was second and Ballytaf'rt third of 13 runners (35 words)
    • Dunk beats Bembridgre for NZ Open title [Articles]
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      Dunk beats Bembridgre for NZ Open title WELLINGTON. Sun Australian Bill Dunk, with a four-round total ol flve-under-par 279. today won the New Zealand Open golf championship at the Paraparaumu Beach course Dunk, rated one of the worlds best golfers although he rarely travels overseas for tournaments, had a four-under (97 words)
    • Austria 2-0 [Articles]
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      Austria 2-0 VALLETTA. Sun Austria beat Malta 2-0 In their World Cup group one qualifying soccer match here yesterday. (19 words)
    • DRUGS: Smith's 'recipe for success' [Articles]
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      DRUGS: Smith's 'recipe for success' LONDON. Sun. International show Jumper Harvey Smith suggests today that Britain's Olympic competitors must be ready to take drugs to keep up with the world's best sportsmen. The outspoken Englishman, In his new book "V for Victory." gives a "recipe for success" which he states (188 words)
    • Poised for victory [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Poised for victory MELBOURNE. Sun. The PakLstan cricketers are poised for their first win of their tour of Australia and New Zealand at the end of the third day'a play in the match against Victoria here today. Htlped by a hard-hitting SO not out by Maud Khan and an entertaining (80 words)
    • Maria beats mark [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Maria beats mark \|*Xl< O CITY. Sun. Italian hoiuewi/e Maria Cressari shattered the world one -hour women's ex-line record here yesterday at her second attempt. She improved the 14-year-old mark of 41 -km 347.27-m (25-mile 1219-yd) set by Luxembourg's Xl > Jacobs in Milan, with a record of 41-km 4*1.74-m (87 words)
    • Lee, Kang fail to make cut [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Lee, Kang fail to make cut UAMBURG, Sun. Allan Lee of Malaysia and AX Raymond Kang of Singapore failed to make the cut last night as the Top Eight advanced to the final round of the World Cup ten-pin bowl1 ing championship here. Kang finished in 15th position with Lee (320 words)
    • THOMAS CUP: GERMANS WIN 9-0 [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      THOMAS CUP: GERMANS WIN 9-0 BONN, Sun West Oermany crushed Ireland 9-0 in their two-day preliminary' round Thomas Cup badminton match .which ended at Muelheim yesterday and qualified to meet England in the next round. The West Oerman players, who led 4-0 after the first days play, completed the rout (165 words)
    • Chinese win [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Chinese win ATHENS. Sun A Chinese men < table tennis team beat Greece's national team 5-1 in a match played here last night to mark the opening of the Chinese diplomatic mission in Athens. The Chinese women's team beat Greece 3-0 The eightmember Chinese team arrived here from Cairo on (59 words)
  • Page 26 Advertisements
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    • Page 26 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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      felda PKEHYATAAH TAWARAN Bl 1 No. 284 72 298 72 Mrneanckjt tandan-tandan buah baru kelapa»awlt Tawaran adalah dipelawa daripada Kcntrekter-Kontrekter ekutan yanp mempunyai Irvn permit >anf salt «ha.ta untuk erja tersebut diatas. ke Kilang-kilang Bukit Besar Kulal. dl daripada Rancangan-rancangan berikut dibawan. semuanya di Kota Tinggi, Johor: i> Bukit Besar. (310 words)
  • Page 27 Advertisements
  • NZ may pull out troops from ANZUK [Articles]
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    • REUTER, AP
    NZ may pull out troops from ANZUK j WELLINGTON. Sun. I A COMPLETE reshaping of New Zealand's foreign policy appears likely following the Labour Party's landslide victory in yesterday's general election. Though the election was fought solely on local Issues with foreign affairs hardly mentioned, the Labour Party's election manifesto (383 words)
  • Death [Obituaries]
    • Page 28
    Death RONNIC LEE, 37. Senior tcachrr of Ahmad Ibrahim Intrgratrt School. hn wlff. Janry, 32, nee Janey Gob. of Ser.ibawanK Rill Primary School. diUKhttr Esther, 8. and ton LJonel. 7, In car accident on 24. 11 72 leaving behind eldeat aon Diamond The remains will be at Singapore Casket Company (65 words)
  • Hussein wounded by rocket hit on copter [Articles]
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    • AP
    Hussein wounded by rocket hit on copter BEIRUT Sun. King Hussein of Jordan was wounded in the thigh when an air force pilot shot a rocket at his helicopter last weekend, the authoritative newspaper An Nahar reported today. In an unattributed front-page story, the paper said the attempt to assassinate (236 words)
  • Life penalty [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Life penalty DACCA. Sun. Former East Pakistan Ml lister Jaslmuddln Ahmed has t;een sentenced to life lmprisonr.itnt by a .special tribunal on charges of assisting the Pakistani occupation regime and waging war against Bangladesh. Reuter. (35 words)
  • FOUR IN FAMILY DIED IN THIS SMASH [Articles + Illustrations]
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    FOUR IN FAMILY DIED IN THIS SMASH BERNARD DORAY By r)l R members of a family were killed in this accident when the Austin 1100 in which they were travelling was "sandwiched" between a PL'B truck and a Shell tanker in Bartley Road yesterday afternoon. Schoolteacher Mrs. Janey Lee, 32. (222 words)
  • PUNCH-UP BREAKS UP PARTY MEETING [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    PUNCH-UP BREAKS UP PARTY MEETING /X>LOMBO, Sun. A spev> cial session of the rightwing Opposition United National Party here waa interrupted by fistnghts and the hurling of chairs after some of the members staged a walkout. The walkout followed refusal by the party hierarchy to postpone consideration of amendments to (133 words)
  • Chief-of-Staffs meeting [Articles]
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    • AP
    Chief-of-Staffs meeting RAWALPINDI. Sun The Indian snd Pakistani el i staff. Gen. Tikk» klstan ami Oen India, will meet on Lahore to try to break deadlock over borcieis Jammu and Kashmir, official sources said la<t night. AP. (37 words)
  • Atonement [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Atonement JAKARTA. Sun. A criminal new serving a 20-year sentence has been awarded a gold medal by the Indonesian Red Cros& (or having contributed blood 15 times Reuter. (28 words)
  • No adverse reports by the President's Council [Articles]
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    No adverse reports by the President's Council TH E Presidential Council did not make any adverse report on any of the Bills or Acts sent to it during the year ending April 1972. This was disclosed by the council chairman, Mr. Justice Wee Chong Jin in his annual report to (229 words)
  • Page 28 Advertisements
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  • Page 28 Miscellaneous
  • Business Times
    • Singapore's success story by Dr. Goh [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Singapore's success story by Dr. Goh THE Minister for Defence, Dr. Goh Keng Swee, has enumerated four reasons which have enabled Singapore throughout its history, and today as an independent republic, to survive and even prosper in the face of apparently insurmountable difficulties. Speaking at the Conference on Business Opportunities (1079 words)
    • NEW NATION SALES SOAR [Articles + Illustrations]
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      NEW NATION SALES SOAR NEW NATIONS circulation has almost doubled since October 1971. Figures available show that the paper had an average sale ot 16.098 copies in October last year. Its circulation for October this year, however, has soared to an all-time high average of 28.149 copies. This uptrend is (120 words)
    • CITY TALK [Articles]
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      CITY TALK Croesus wmm By A helping hand I NOTE Singapore Chamber of Commerce chairman Ken Gould U Mill keen on an advisory panel for the Stock Exchange and remember the bitter fight put up by the Committee when the matter was first brought up. But I also remember meeting (188 words)
    • Sembawang seeks joint ventures [Articles]
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      Sembawang seeks joint ventures AUSTIN VORAIS By SEMBAWANG Shipyard hopes to establish joint ventures with reputable major companies of international standing and has set out details of its proposition and its facilities in an attractive brochure. Investments can be arranged on a joint partnership basis but with the company holding (532 words)
    • Using aid to step up trade the Italian way [Articles]
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      Using aid to step up trade the Italian way ILSA SHARP From ROME: Of the Common Market countries, Italy is probably taking the strongest interest in Asia now, admittedly not entirely unselfishly because of its almost desperate search for new markets, in a balance of Dayments deficit dilemma. Take the (594 words)
  • Page 29 Advertisements
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      H IfcYL Whether you need financing for machinery or motor vehicle' purchase, for your business or development project, we can be of help to you We provide housing and personal loans as well. We also accept fixed, call and savings deposits. To solve your finance problems, call at OCBC Finance, (78 words)
    • Page 29 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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      PAGE 29 The S.T. Dupont table lighter. Frankly, it costs more than some tables. Two styles of exclusive table lighters for home and office $&Q)ufionL OftPtVRH A PARIS (28 words)
  • M and G BUYS AGAIN [Articles + Illustrations]
    • Page 30
    M and G BUYS AGAIN BLAIR JOHNSON By MOTOR General Underwriters Investment Hold ings last week purchased the entire issued capital of Fort Development for $4 million which is to be satisfled by the issue of 740,740 new scares in M G at a price of $5.40 each. Haw Par (354 words)
  • CBI: No early return to fixed rate for £ [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    CBI: No early return to fixed rate for LONDON: The Confederation of British Industry, the main organisation representing U.K. Industry, has voiced its opposition here to an early return to what it termed a "nominal-fixed exchange rate" for sterling. The CBI added that the floating of sterling so far "has (362 words)
  • PEOPLE IN BUSINESS [Articles]
    • Page 30
    PEOPLE IN BUSINESS Mr. Chew Trek Chine. a technical executive with the Siemens medical division of Cycle and Carriage (M). has left Kuala Lumpur for West Germany for a special Siemens training course on sophisticated techniques of X-ray, nuclear and intensive care monitoring equipment. Mr Robert J. Flood has been (178 words)
  • Don't aim only for high profits, Japan warned [Articles]
    • Page 30
    Don't aim only for high profits, Japan warned SOH TIANG KENG By TO AVOID serious "political and psychological frictions Japan should carry out a fundamental review of her economic co operation with South east Asia. This warning comes from Professor Tadashi Kawata of Sophia University in Japan. The Japanese Government, (574 words)
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      SEIKO TIME RECORDER FOUR-STAR OFFICE ASSISTANT... Accurate Compact Lightweight Durable 1* 6 5 FEATURES: w High partormanct combined «,.h ..c.n.n, .ccur»cy «nd dur.b.l.ty. W SR~36 >T Compact design (.ike a table clock) require* only a minimum space. Suitably wed even lor moderate business concern*. W Weighs only 67 kg (14 (280 words)
  • WEEKLY SHARE ANALYSIS [Articles]
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    WEEKLY SHARE ANALYSIS AS a service to readers the Business Times publishes weekly a detailed analysis of selected shares traded on the Exchange of Malaysia and Singapore. The years highs and lows are followed by the weeks movements In price and turnover with calculated dividend yields and gross price earning (1322 words)
  • OTHER CLOSING PRICES [Articles]
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    OTHER CLOSING PRICES THE following is a list of revised quotations for tin- wwk up to Friday Nov. 24 for counters not included in the above analysis. Price movements based on a comparison of last sales mi Nov. 17 and Nov. 24 shown in brackets. mrnnuu 11. I 2.44 120 (713 words)
  • NEW YORK [Articles]
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    NEW YORK NEW YORK. Frt— The stock market climbed Into record territory after overcoming profit-taking and some early hesitation as a result of a Ixxm In margin requirements. After the market closed on Wednesday, the Federal Reserve Board raised Initial margin requirements for purchasing or carrying stocks to 65 per (401 words)
  • CLOSING PRICES [Articles]
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    CLOSING PRICES Nov. 20. 121. 22. 23. 24 25 RIBBER (per kilo) 105.50 cts. 105.00 cU. 105.75 cts. 105.00 cts. 104 75 cts. TIN (perpicull $612.12.. $612.12.. $609 00 $608 N $608 00 $XXXXX (34 words)
  • Forthcoming meetings [Articles]
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    Forthcoming meetings The following company meetings are due: South Johore Omnibus Co. Bhd.: Nov. 28, noon. Registered Office. m.s. Jalan Scudal. Johore Bahru. Fitxpatrick's Food Supplies (F«r East) Ltd.: Nov. 29. 10 a.m.. No. 300 Orchard Road. Singapore 9. Central Sugars Bhd.: Nov. 30. 10 a.m.. Company's premises. Batu Tlga. (140 words)
  • TOP TEN STOCKS [Articles]
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    TOP TEN STOCKS 'pHE following list of the stocks rives the ten most dealt In last n» in, 12u' Th V?i ive8 J UI turnover in thousands of units, cio ing prices on Friday and high and low for 1971 and 1972 •m :.uU Perak 1,»29 ity Developments 814 levelopment (117 words)
  • DIVIDENDS ANNOUNCED [Articles]
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    DIVIDENDS ANNOUNCED Adjusted for bonus Issur 11 TE Tax exrmpt t Interim Iyer Molek 'old Storage "aber Merlin t. Kampar Tin A. Banking laUyan Tin a'atlonal Iron iabah Timbrr i'porr I -and iouthrrn Malayan 'ongkah Harbour Current payment B<~, 7.8<~, t 7.5 V W%f T« 32<> 7.5', fTE «.s'; t (109 words)
  • LOCAL STOCK INDICES [Articles]
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    LOCAL STOCK INDICES Industrials f Hotels: Properties: t Tln»: t rubbers: Nov. 20 Nov. 21 Nov. 22 Nov. 23 Nov. 24 332.76 331.11 328.85 332.39 34* 25 228.25 227.71 227.66 230.09 230 09 367.53 367.24 366 87 372.88 379 b 3 134.15 134.13 134.09 134 09 134.34 XXXXX 227.47 228.00 (68 words)
  • SHARE MARKET REPORT [Articles]
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    SHARE MARKET REPORT IN a period of mixed trading on the Stock Exchange last week, the bulls again managed to tip the balance in their favour, reflecting, in a way, the general liquidity of the market. After many futile attempts at cashing in on this, the longest bull market in (361 words)
  • Singapore produce [Articles]
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    Singapore produce HPHE general gloom that hung over the Singapore produce market In recent weeks snowed no sign of lifting. And with the ftstlve seasons drawIng closer, dealers were generally ptsiimlstlc about a change for the better taking place until after the Chinese New Year. Last weeks activity remained light (230 words)
  • Prices [Articles]
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    Prices (-MINESE Pr.dut. Cicfunit. |tnv" (apart nan pncn pi. p.cul on Saturday. C.c.nut Oil: bulk $33 Kllcn. drum (36 arileri. Ca»r«: mixed (loose) UK/Coot. $21| buyeri. Ptpwr: Mumok AST A white f.o.b. loot NLW .195 wilen, Sarawak while f.o.b. »f, NLW Jiss Mllera. Sarawak apecul black f.o.b NLW $1271 aellert. (130 words)
  • Page 31 Advertisements
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      1 CHARTMASTER NEW INVESTMENT TOOL CHARTMASTER <c STOCK FACTOGRAPH |jj covers leodirvj Sir.gopore ond Malaysia b3nk. industrial, property, hotel, tin, rubber ond palm oil listed cempanies. I CHARTMASTER «c STOCK FACTOGRAPH shews, in picture torn, the doily Share price movement of over 130 stocks plotted on jjjy Semi-Logarithmic :ca c. (489 words)
  • TIMES CITY DESK
    • Overseas market reports [Articles]
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      Overseas market reports LONDON: The market passed a lalrly uneventful week wltn the FT. index gaining 9.9 to 500.3 moving over the 500 level for the first time since Sept. 18 this year. The one-day British Rail strike on Thursday was largely discounted, particularly as on the same day Imperial (362 words)
    • Business Times Industrial group indices [Articles]
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      Business Times Industrial group indices (BASE YEAR: JANUARY 4, 1971 100) 1972 Week's Action Hifh Low 17th 21th Chanfr 309.38 170.16 Automotive 307.18 309.38 2.20 502 98 176.22 Banks. Insurance, finance and trustees 457 28 502.98 45.70 187 62 117.47 Chemicals, rubber products. refining and smelting 173.03 187.62 •14 59 (144 words)
    • Asian money market [Articles]
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      Asian money market ASIAN currency average deposits rates for the week ended Friday. Nov. 24. 1972 Rates supplied by Murray- Jones International (Spore). 7 days 1 mth 2 mths 3 mths 6 mths 9 mths .2 mths 1 mth 3 mths 6 mths 12 mths Hl(h Low 54 7 8 (213 words)
    • Short term money market [Articles]
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      Short term money market P<OR the wetk ended Satur- day, Nov. 25, the ranee of call rates received from Short Deposits (M) Berhad wai as follows: BANK FINDS: 3< H per cent to 31 per »ent. GENEKAL FINDS: 3 per cent to 3V] per cent. Movements of funds totalled $130 (53 words)
    • Gold markets [Articles]
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      Gold markets Hi Export pn c In non-itrrlinK arrai in I'J. dollars per ounrt. (2> Local dtaltra pricti In Singapore dollar) Mr tael. .on, lon Inrut lonickonK luruh micaporr 1 1 j rpore (2) uss Utt 62.70 62.373 63.03 62.73 62.83 62.78 62.308 62 HIR 63.008 62.8088 61.27 62.51 63.923 (55 words)
    • Copper prices [Articles]
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      Copper prices London ropprr pricei on Friday iprevioiu in brackets). Wlrebar Spot buyer £425.50 K42S.UO) sellers £428.50 (£425.50) Three months buyera £436.50 1(436.00) Hellers £437 00 (£436 50). Marktt lull: Very steady. Salts 2. 210 tons. (36 words)
    • PALM OIL [Articles]
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      PALM OIL In London on Fnd.iy the palm oil pncea of Malayan s'; c.i.f. IK N European port* in bulk, sterling pt-r long ton Dec. /May »v luotrd at IK£9« nellvra or Cont. J22U s.lleri (unchanged). (36 words)
    • Hong Kong rates [Articles]
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      Hong Kong rates On the fr#t ochlngt market :n Hong Konit on Satuiday the U.S. ddlar m quoted at 3.4650 for T.T. ani 5.65 for cath. Stirling wii quoted at 13.15 and »n. tatl .f t*ld at 431.873. (38 words)
    • BUSINESS TIMES PORTFOLIO [Articles + Illustrations]
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      BUSINESS TIMES PORTFOLIO NET PROFIT TO-DATE FROM Sale of Investments $48,562 30 Less: Loss On Sale of Investments 1.474.80) Bank Interest Received 2.007 31 Less: Bank Overdraft Charges 125.00) Dividends Received 2.333.50 Capital Return Received 500.00 $51,803.31 THE team at the end of last week decided to stick with the (295 words)
  • Page 32 Advertisements
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      SCOTT ENGLISH EXPORT DIVISION Scott English offers the services of its newly established Export Division to manufacturers of quality products of all descriptions. The Chairman of Scott English will be visiting Europe in December in order to establish export agencies for Singapore companies. Manufacturers seeking to establish or extend their (1376 words)
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      LEASING CREDIT There are vacancies in these newly established divisions of M G at managerial level. The successful applicants will be experienced in the formulation and implementation of Leasing and Credit Sale agreements. Applicants whose experience includes marine leasing and financing will be preferred. The appointments carry with them exceptional (97 words)
  • Page 33 Advertisements
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      MM^^M^^L^^^P^^^aT*^^^^^i^~^t^jl^m^^J CONTAINERSHIP SERVICE TO UK/CONTINENT: H'burg A'wtrp Singapore Dmark Brem. Havre U K. BREMEN EXPRESS I Die 21 Dtc 30 nee 21 Dec 11 Dtc LIVERPOOL BAY 12 Otc II Jai 17 Jai II Jaa 21 Jaa miano MARU II Dec Jaa I Jaa II Jan 11 Jaa HAMBURG EXPRESS (1478 words)
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      f m i II Pi w±] il l «W dW /j IrMHI U l IJ a^mT'T m Mmm i BLUE SEA LINE To U.S.A., East Coast Gulf Ports f Penang Singapore P. Kdang ltaditg ftr: PRIAM Otc IS Dtc 17 Dtc 21 Wilm.ngton. Charleston PEISANDER Jaa IS Jii 17 Jai (1040 words)
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      Smgaaara ta Etrtpt: BLC CONTAINER SERVICE Rromon pTnraxc Singapore For Hamburg B'haten R dam S'n.nipton oremen express Dte n Ote M Otc M Dtt Dt KITANO MARU II Dec I Jan I Jai 10 Jan U Jan HAMBURG EXPRESS 24 Dac 14 Jai 15 Jai II Jaa II Jan CARDIGAN (1060 words)
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      Singapore XXXXX4, P. Kelang 6341, K.L. XXXXX; Penong XXXXX. THE BANK LINE LTD. LOAOS FOI E. I S. AFRICA BELINOA (Mauritius. DtMioa, Beira L. Marques and Soutn Africa) P. Kelang 1/ I Dtc S'po-e II 15 Dec RIVERBANK (Beira L. Marques ana South Africa) P Kelang fptn II 12 Dec (916 words)
  • Page 34 Advertisements
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      I rYh-* 1 KAWASAKI KJSEN KAISHA LTD. KAWASAKI KINKAI KISEN KAISHA LTD. JAPAN, H. KONG, STRAITS SERVICE. Sails Japcn Hongkong tTA Spore tTA P. Ktlar.g SHINSCI MARU Ne 17 V. II 21 Net 4 Oec SHICEKAWA MARU V. 15 IDee 7 Dec SHIHUN MARU V 21 11 Dei 11 Dec (1139 words)
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      PH.H*U*ATS_!^ ER Crust Vessels: M V. "KOTA SIN6APURA" """"""""""ST*! n7 "TBS: Vil. Pt/'» Net (PSA C.4S) Penang. Djakarta, Fremantle, Bah. Voi 5 It Dec Penang, Djakarta. Fremantle, Bali. y,y I jaa Bangkok, Djakarta. P. Hedland. Fremantle, Bah. Viv' 7 I Fe» Penang, Djakarta, Fremantle, Bali. Striits/H.K /CiilM Service: l Tintaoore (860 words)
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      NtPTUNtORIENTUNESLTD. V^ ICB BUILDING 2 SHENTON WAV SINGAPORE 1 TEL. XXXXX3-7 U.K. EUROPE SERVICE LOADING FOR LONDON, HAVRE, R'DAM, H'BURG, BRCMEN Singapore P. Kelang Penang Arrives: NEPTUNE AMBER 22 2( Dm 27/21 Dec 11,11 Det Bilbao 27 1, Lor Jon 22, Havre, R'dam, H 1 urg. Aarhus. NEPTUNE AMETHYST II (1133 words)
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      i .«^i«^«^«^__^^_____« -fP MALAYSIAN INTERNATIONAL iggk SHIPPING CORPORATION BERHAD No 3OE Jin Ampang Kuala Lu.npui 1 I The National Shipping Line of Malaysia EXPRESS SERVICE TO LONOON, LIVERPOOL/CONTINENT PORTS Tg Mani S -ga'poTe™"p I T7aTg~ I ""p7n;r| Leading tor BUNCA RAYA la Part 21,21 Net Le Havre 23 12 Rdam (864 words)
  • Page 35 Advertisements
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      rORN CONIiNENTAI PORTS. OMtJBMN P Klanp »«nan» OilliiatiM > CKTYABRSKAYA REVOIUTSIYA 1/ I Oic Oaajit* 21/ I Oic Antmrp. Rotterdam. Amsttrdam t Mimtiuri t MYTISCHI 11/1} Oic VII Oic Oartl Boulofni, Antotrp, Maxburf Bremen i ANTON MAKARENKO It/IB OIC 21.24 OIC 2S/2) ON do > MORSHANK 11/21 Oil IS/11 OIC (681 words)
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      j *4* o^o^oij^om o^oE^L^^oßo^of^kZ f///j O^ol^^^OH o^o^^^^_ B^B^T B^L^^^^^ Il^K^b^k/>V/^ BEN/EAC BULK SERVICE Smiapon P. Kilang Penjnj l*Kii| llfi POLARLAND Die 1/7 OH 1/1! On 1/2 NEWPORT U.K. ROTTERDAM. ANTWERP. AMSTERDAM. BREMEN. •FRENCH MINOR PORTS Sakjtct tl sarlicnat inducemeit. AISI accept."! Imaer fir other ports silitct tl iKuceatiL •tents: THE (644 words)
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      %^g^} SOVEREIGN MARINE LINES INC. ATLANTIC/GULF SERVICE lMim| tm r-ASUCOUU. NOtFOLK lit CAMBER N.R.S. A. 43S Sinppore P. Klanf Penint, Norfolk "A VESSEL" 11/ a On 23/24 Oec 2S/2B Bit I ft* PACIFIC LOGISTICS SDN. BHD. K. limjjr XXXXX Pirt KlMf Ttl: KM Ptnif Til: 22K8 'fir-pi OYAMA LINE 11 (495 words)
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      FOR LEASE THEATRE RESTAURANT NITECLUB at TOP FLOOR "ORCHARD BUILDING" Ideally located In th« Tourist and business centre at the Junction of Orchard/Grange Rocds. Rtntobl* or»o of 11,000 sq.ft. modern facilities including spacious carpark, central air-conditioning, fast possenger/ service lifts provided For further details pleose enquire: LEE TUNG CO. (PTE) (790 words)
  • Page 36 Advertisements
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      DBSHM THE DEVELOPMENT BANK OF SINGAPORE LIMITED Applications are invited for the following posts:--(A) SENIOR OFFICER, MANAGEMENT SERVICES DIVISION (B) ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE, MANAGEMENT SERVICES DIVISION QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE POST (A) Candidates should possess either Chartered Secretarial, Accountancy, Business Administration or Economics qualifications. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience in (425 words)
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      S SINGAPORE TOURIST PROMOTION BOARD Applications ore invited for the following posts:--(A) EXECUTIVE OFFICER (SECRETARIAT) (B) RECEPTIONISTS Qualification and Experience (A) Pr-feryncc will be given to candidates possessing a University degree. However, candidates with a full Combridge Overseas Higher School Certificote with ot least two years' working experience will also (604 words)
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      1 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I m THE CHAIRMAN BOARD OF w DIRECTORS S3 eH CHUAN HIAP SENG (PRIVATE) SI V£ LIMITED *V US KIM TENG REALTY (PRIVATE) J2 LIMITED jsjH wish to express their thanks to the §3 J5 Honourable Mr. Wee Mon Cheng for fjT Kg officiating at the opening of (766 words)
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      FIRST GENERAL INSURANCE (Ml BERHAD (Incorporated in Malaysia 1964) 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an Extraordinary General Meeting of the members of the Company be held at the Registered Office, 3rd Floor. UMNO Building J Jalan Segget, Johore Bahru, on Wednesday 20th December 1972 at 230 p.m. to consider (779 words)
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      THE COMPANIES ACT (ACT 42 OF 1967) IN THE SIPREME COIRT OF THE REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORK Name of Company: Prestige Advertising Publicity Service (Private) Limited. Address of Registered Office: No. 4835. Block 3. Beach Road. Singapore 7. Court: Supreme Court. Singapore, 6. Number of Matter: Companies Winding-up No. IS of (524 words)
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