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The Straits T imes Estd. 1845 FINAL EDITION MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1975 25 CENTS M.C.(P) 1116 75

QUAKE TOLL RISES TO 1,700 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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QUAKE TOLL RISES TO 1,700 Turkish town wiped out, 3 villages flattened ANKARA, Sunday AT LEAST 1,700 people died in the earthquake which devastated remote eastern Turkey yesterday. Officials at the scene fear the death toll will be even greater. The quake, which registered 6.8 on the open-ended Richter scale,

Scotland Yard plea to mystery bombers [ARTICLE]

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Scotland Yard plea to mystery bombers LONDON, Sun. AFTER five bombings in nine A days which left three dead and more then 100 injured, London police yesterday appealed for mystery bombers to give codewords and precise locations in bomb warnings to avert further carnage The appeal came from Scotland Yard

Newspapers: Probe on [ARTICLE]

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Newspapers: Probe on MBW DELHI Sun. The Indian Monopolies and Restrictive Trads Practice. Commission has begun an inquiry into alleged restrictive trade practices by major ■Dgnsh- language newspapers here. A notice published yesterday referring to prices charged for these newspapers has been served on pubttshers and proprietors of the papers

Dum Dum call [ARTICLE]

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Dum Dum call CALCUTTA, Sun. A Baton of Burma airways plane bound fot H'np" was delayed at Dum Dum airport here yesterday by a hoax call sllglng that one of Us pstesngtri was carrying a bomb neuter.

Fretilin chief to Lisbon: Let's talk [ARTICLE]

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Fretilin chief to Lisbon: Let's talk DARWIN.. Sunday A LEADER of the leftwing Fretilin lnde- pendence movement In strife-torn Portuguese Timor said today his organisation was willing to begin talks with Portuguese envoys In Canberra later this month. The secretary general of Fretilin's political committee, Mr. Hose Ramos Horta, also

Red bomb goes off in Grik [ARTICLE]

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Red bomb goes off in Grik KUALA LUMPUR, Sun. A Bomb exploded near the site of an anti-com-munist rally In Orlk, Perak, a police spokesman said today. The blast on Widay damaged a parked car, but no one was Injured, the spokesman said. It also fallsd to prevent 5.000 people

Chalking it up [ARTICLE]

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Chalking it up 8T JOHN'S (Canada). Sun. The Anglo-French supersonic Concorde Jet completes two weeks of its already Impressive list of firsts. The Concorde, a joint project of British Airways and Air Prance, has been making dally round trip flight* between London. England. sod Oander. Newfoundland. for the past two

Sextuplets who didn't make it [ARTICLE]

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Sextuplets who didn't make it PORTLAND (Oregon). I Bun. A 35-year-old woman gave birth to seztuplets on Friday night but none of the babies survived. A spokesman at Bess Kaiser Hospital said three of the babies, all boys, died soon after birth. The two tiny girls died at mld-mornlng yesterday

13 die in horror crash [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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13 die in horror crash KUALA KUBU BARU, Sun 32 more hurt as bus and lorry smash head-on THIRTEEN people were killed 12 on the spot when a lorry and a bus collided at the 25$ mile Kuala LumpurTan jong Malim Road last night. All the other 32 passengers of

Warships in Borneo [ARTICLE]

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Warships in Borneo JAKARTA. Sun. Three Singapore warships have arrived In Pontlanak. Indonesian West Borneo, for a short visit on their way to Surabaya East Java, a navy spokesman said yesterday The ships— the Endurance, Daring and Freedom will alio visit Brunei— Reuter

Made-in-Manila missile on test [ARTICLE]

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Made-in-Manila missile on test MANILA, Sun. Pre•LTl sident Ferdinand Marcos disclosed today that the Philippines is undertaking an experiment in the local production of ballistic missiles in line with the Government's self-reli-ance defence programme, the Government news agency reported. Accompanied by his wife and two children, Mr. Marcos witnessed the

Nuclear pact hopes [ARTICLE]

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Nuclear pact hopes PARIS, Sun. Prance hopes to sign a nuclear cooperation agreement with Iraq next week. Prime Minister Jaoquea Chirac aid yesterday. He m speaking to reporters after a lour of A-snce's Nuclear feeeaarch Centre at Cadarache with the vice president of Iraq's Revolutionary Command Council. Mr. Saddam Hussein,

Court martial [ARTICLE]

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Court martial SANTIAGO, aun. Plve militants of the Christian Democrat Pwity. lnomidlnc a former parliamentary deputy, are to be court marUslled tor alleged subversion, a Oovemment spokesman said here. Reuter

Moderates take over ANC [ARTICLE]

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Moderates take over ANC SALISBURY. (Rhodesia Ban. African moderates apparently took control today of Rhodesia's main African nationalist movement, the African National Council, in a move that seemed to he aimed at porcine militants from Its r ink*. The action could smooth the war towards a constitutional settlement between Rhodesia's

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JAPAN'S PLEDGE TO INVEST IN STORE PAGE 6 RUSSIA won't lemve M-E to the US' 2 KISSINGER foevi on the Third World S GONCAXVES and Cabinet formally «ult s DRI'GS course for new teachers 7 EDB plan to boost *hlp-bulldini Industry 8 Young mums who shun the Pill PAGE 9

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More literate in China [ARTICLE]

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More literate in China HONOKONO. Sun— Mar* Chinese can read and vriU now than as fears •to. the New China News ■fency reported today. The ■••ncy said the literacy sftuaUon had Improved "Ctoee tt SOD million young people have flnlahwrl primary school and 90 million have received Junior or senior

'Russia won't leave M-East to US' [ARTICLE]

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'Russia won't leave M-East to US' BEIRUT, Sunday THE Soviet Union does not intend to leave the Middle East region to the United States and will fight American diplomatic efforts in the area, the newspaper As Safir said today. Quoting a "nign-ranking" SoTiet official, the pro-Libyan newspaper said the recent

U.S. WILL PAY A VIETNAM PRICE' SAYS ARAFAT [ARTICLE]

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U.S. WILL PAY A VIETNAM PRICE' SAYS ARAFAT BEIRUT, Sunday PALESTINIAN guerilla chief Yasser Arafat said in an interview published yesterday the United States would pay "an exorbitant price" similar to that paid in Indochina for sending technicians to man early warning stations between Egyptian and Israeli lines in Sinai.

China's trade ties with 150 nations [ARTICLE]

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China's trade ties with 150 nations rpoKYO, Sun. China 1 has established trade relations with more than 150 countries and regions, and Its total volume of both exports and Imports In 1074 was 7.5 times that In 1952, the official Hslnhua news agency reported today. The report did not give

Elaine reaches the high notes as Miss America [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Elaine reaches the high notes as Miss America ATLANTIC CITY. San. Mlm New York, Elaine Godln (above) a sophisticated 18-year-old pianist whose family roots in America date back three centuries, was crowned Mis* America 1978 here last night. The 5-foot-10i Skidmore College graduate U the tallest Miss America ever and

Renewed Tripoli fighting shatters truce [ARTICLE]

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Renewed Tripoli fighting shatters truce BEIRUT. Sun. Rival political Muslim and Christian factions battled with mortars, bombs and machineguns in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli today as their shaky, day-old ceasefire broke down, witnesses said. The clatter of machlngun fire broke out in the streets shortly before noon and

Two choose death after fruitless job hunt [ARTICLE]

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Two choose death after fruitless job hunt rpOKYO, Son. Two college seniors committed suicide yesterday after falling to get Jobs in the earrent Japanese recession, police reported. HsMTosbi Eato, Z3. killed himself with gas from the kitchen stove In his family's home in Nagoya. His parents saU As failed a

US lifts curbs on Israeli arms deals [ARTICLE]

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US lifts curbs on Israeli arms deals rL AVIV, Sun. The US Admin Utratlon has lifted political retrlctlons on new arms deal* with Israel, sources close to the Prime Minister's office said last night. The American decision followed the signing of the Interim peace agreement between Israel and Egypt earlier

'Gaddafi grabs Chad land in hunt for uranium' [ARTICLE]

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'Gaddafi grabs Chad land in hunt for uranium' LONDON, Sunday, npHE Sunday Times reported today that Libya has annexed part of northerm Chad to get at uranium it believes to be there. i The newspaper published a maD showing the annexed area slicing as much as 100 km (60 miles)

Dacca amnesty for arms surrender [ARTICLE]

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Dacca amnesty for arms surrender DACCA. Sun. The Government last night offered a weeklong amnesty for those wishing to deposit unauthorised arms and ammunition without prosecution. A Home Ministry announcement said the Oovernment inured holders of jnautholiaed arms that no action will be taken against them If the deposits are

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WORLD NEWS TWO

Hot dogs left out in the cold... [ARTICLE]

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Hot dogs left out in the cold... INSTEAD of "heavy on the mustard," It's "pass the soya sauce" as Vlnnle dl Prlma uses chopsticks to enJoy some of the offerings of Lee's Chinese Cuisine, Inc. at a converted hot dog wagon in Midtown, New York. A pagoda-like top replaces the

Big Peking send-off for Sihanouk [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Big Peking send-off for Sihanouk rKYO, Sun. Cambodia's exiled head of state. Prince Norodom Sihanouk, was given a "grand send-ofT" banquet last night in Peking and soon will "return in glory" to Cambodia. China's Hsmnua news agency said. Hslnhua said In a broadcast monitored in Tokyo today that the banquet

$420,000 drug seizure [ARTICLE]

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$420,000 drug seizure HONOKONO. Sun—Hongkong's anti-narcouca officials have selxed a total 74 kilogrammes (183 lbi of raw opium worth HKSSSS,OOO (8*430.000) a police spokesman said Police also arrested one man and three women who were found in a car whet* 14 kilogramme* (31 lb) of the drug waa found, the

K focus now on Third World [ARTICLE]

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K focus now on Third World UNITED NATIONS, Sunday SECRETARY of State Henry Kissinger turned his personal diplomacy yesterday from the Middle East conflict to problems of the developing countries and to Asia strategy. j Completing a two-day visit to the United Nations. Dr. Kissinger met separately with five Third

Plan by 4 Arabs to grab 12 hostages foiled [ARTICLE]

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Plan by 4 Arabs to grab 12 hostages foiled rE HAGUE, Sun. Four heavily armed Arabs arrested in Amsterdam on Friday were planning to take about 12 passengers hostage on a train in Holland and force Prime Minister Joop Den L'yl to make a pro-Arab statement on television, a aenlor

Rhodesia nationalist chiefs' meet may be called off [ARTICLE]

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Rhodesia nationalist chiefs meet may be called off SAUSBI BY, Bm. A con t r o versial meetlnc of Rhodeal»*i African naUonaUst leaden called for today la In doubt a> not enoafh delecates may tarn up. Orcanlsers wf the executive committee meeting of the African National Council (ANC) will be

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WORLD NEWS THREE

First American saint [ARTICLE]

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First American saint ROMS. Sun Pope Paul will proclaim Elizabeth Ann Baton the first American taint of the Catholic Church on sept 14. The Church has named the date a ■pedal Woman's Day. During the ceremony, four woman will describe four stages In Mother Beton's life as a young girl,

Busing riots: 'Hard to keep order' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Busing riots: 'Hard to keep order' LOUISVILLE (Kentucky). Sun. J^ FEDERAL police chief said today after riots by opponents of racial integration in Jefferson County's schools that it would be nearly impossible to guarantee the safety of the students should classes reoDen tomorrow The violence erupted on Friday night, the

'Secret note to FBI from Oswald' [ARTICLE]

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'Secret note to FBI from Oswald' TVALLAS, Sun. A secret \3 note delivered to the Federal Bureau of Investigation from accused presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald threatened to bomb the police and the FBI otnees, the Dallas Time Herald reported today. The copyrlgnted story by publisher Tom Johnson said sources

Top China trade team in US [ARTICLE]

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Top China trade team in US WASHINGTON, Sun. The highest ranking trade delegation from China ever to visit the United States arrived here last night for an 18-day nationwide factfinding tour. During lt s vwt. the 10--mraiber delegation to not expected to sign any trade contract* but Instead will familiarise

Vote for metric [ARTICLE]

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Vote for metric WABHDJCITOH. Sun —The House of Representatives haj voted 300-83 to Initiate the next step In a tongrang* plan to convert the United States to the metric measuring system practised by nearly all the rwt of U» world DPI

Zaire general's body in copter wreck [ARTICLE]

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Zaire general's body in copter wreck KINSHASA, San. The body of an army general who disappeared after presiding over the death sentencing of seren people who plotted the overthrow of President Mobutu Sese Seko was found yesterday in the wreckage of a helicopter, a government spokesman said. Gen. Maslala Klnkela

U.S. BASES TALKS: MARCOS SEEKS GREATER CONTROL [ARTICLE]

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U.S. BASES TALKS: MARCOS SEEKS GREATER CONTROL MANILA, Sunday rpHE United States A and the Philippines have begun informal talks designed to give the Philippines more control over the important American air and naval bases here, President Marcos said yesterday. In an Interview In the presidential palace, Mr. Marcos stressed

Fiji bid for China ties [ARTICLE]

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Fiji bid for China ties SUVA (FIJI), Sun. Prune Minister Ratu Sir Kamlseae Mara has announced that FIJI would soon establish diplomatic relations with China He said FIJI would Instruct a Taiwan trade mission In Suva to restrict Its activities to trade matters. Since 1U opening several yean ago. the

REVOLT: 6 TO DIE [ARTICLE]

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REVOLT: 6 TO DIE DANOKOK, Sun Six people have been sentenced to death by the Laotian central supreme court for "committing crimes against the people and fomenting rebellions." Vientiane Radio reported. The radio said they were among 31 people tried for "brutal. barbarous crimes" but did not specify charges. Five

Briefs [ARTICLE]

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Briefs DACCA. Sun. The Ban g 1 a desh Government announced a week-long amnesty starting yesterday for people surrendering illegal arms and ammunition. This is the fourth amnesty declared by the government since Independence In 1971 to mop up Illegal arms and ammunition still circulating throughout the country.

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PANAMA: Panama's gov-ernment-owned Banana Corporation said yesterday it has sent Us first shipment of 160.000 40-pounti boxes of bananas, to mainland China.

Vatican ties [ARTICLE]

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Vatican ties COLOMBO: Sri Lanka and the Vatican have decided to establish diplomatic relations at embassy level on the part of Sri Lanka and Ap o s tolic Nunciature level by the Holy See, the Foreign Ministry announced today. MOSCOW: Army Ota Georgy KhrtaguroT one of the Soviet I'nion's top

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WORLD NEWS FOUR

Three more killed in Argentina [ARTICLE]

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Three more killed in Argentina BUENOS AIRES. Sun The bullet riddled bodies of three more Socialist Workers Party <PBT) members were found yesterday, bringing to at least 31 the number of people killed In a week of violence between the tight and the left. Police Identified the victims, two young

Hanoi's guest [ARTICLE]

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Hanoi's guest TOKYO. Bun. Pathet Lao leader Prtnce Souphanouvong left Hanoi for home yesterday after axtendlng celebrations marking the 30th anniversary of North Vietnam. Hanoi's official VNA nevs agency reported today. AP.

ALL SUDANESE CIVILIANS IN COUP BID ROUNDED UP [ARTICLE]

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ALL SUDANESE CIVILIANS IN COUP BID ROUNDED UP KHARTOUM, Sunday ALL civilians connected with the abortive coup against President Jaafar El Nimelry on Friday have been arrested, the dally newspaper El Sahafa reported here yesterday. The paper said the civilians had been associated with defunct Sudanese political parties. It did

The silent walk-out [ARTICLE]

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The silent walk-out LONDON, Sun. Art dealers walked out of the first auction of the autumn seaion at Sotheby's to protest agaln.«t v new 10 per cent levy on buy«n About SO dealers silently left two auction rooms that were selling sliver and oriental ceramics on Thursday AP.

Elvis at home [ARTICLE]

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Elvis at home UXMPHIS. Sun. Elvis Presley Is convalescing at Oraceland. ius suburban mansion In Tennessee, after a two-wet* stay In Baptist Memorial Hospital for rest and tests. AP.

Goncalves, Cabinet hand in resignations [ARTICLE]

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Goncalves, Cabinet hand in resignations LISBON, Sunday fHE outgoing Cabinet of pro-communist Gen. Vasco Goncalves handed President Francisco da Costa Gomes its formal resignation late yesterday, leaving Portugal technically without a government. A communique issued by the President's office said: "The council of ministers In an extraordinary meeting today evaluated

It's now 'granny bashing9 [ARTICLE]

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It's now 'granny bashing 9 LONDON, Sun. After wife beating and child battering a new form of family violence has been reported to emerge In Britain granny bashing. Writing in Qi Bri- tlsh Medical Journal, a doctor specialising in old people said he had personally been involved in several cases

Peking talks [ARTICLE]

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Peking talks TOKYO. Bun. Chlneae Premier Chou tti-lal. still in a Peking hospital, met today with lUe Veroet. secretary of the central committee of the Romanian Communist party. Peking's Hstnhua news agency repotted. AP.

Ford to get aid to Greece resumed [ARTICLE]

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Ford to get aid to Greece resumed WASHINGTON. San. The Ford Administration is set to ask Congress to resume military aid to Greece in yet another move that is tied to trying to lift the congressional ban on aid to Turkey, according to Administration officials. Greece has not received free

Twin girl in legal row dies [ARTICLE]

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Twin girl in legal row dies PENBACOLA Florida). Sun. Julia Ivey, the weakest of premature twin sisters who have been the centre of a legal controversy, died yesterday a few hours after a blood transfusion waa administered by court order over religious objections of her parents. The other twin, Carol,

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Briefing' before they say their I do's' [ARTICLE]

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Briefing' before they say their I do's' MORE than 150 couples yesterday attended a "briefing session" to set the stage for what U to be the largest maas wedding ceremony ever held here. Twelve other couples are expected to Join the group on the day of the maas wedding Sept

Envoy: We'll invest here slump [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Envoy: We'll invest here slump P.M. RAMAN 'Big projects will go on' By JAPAN will continue to co-ope-rate with Singapore in nation-bailciing, particularly economi c development, in spite of the present depression in the Japanese economy. The new Japanese Ambassador. Mr. Shlnsuke Horl. said this In an exclusive Interview with

'GOLDEN' GEESE WELCOME FOR STEPHANIE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'GOLDEN' GEESE WELCOME FOR STEPHANIE rnHREE live "golden" 1 geeae welcomed German-Swiss singer Miss Stephanie Haaser (above) to Singapore yesterday and added m sparkle to the German food, wine, mode and fashion festival which opens at Hyatt Hotel today. As the 23-year-old sinrer stepped Into the hotel lobby, the three

Pool closing [ARTICLE]

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Pool closing THX Queenstown swimming pool wll be closed to the public next Sunday from 16 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Japan ventures mostly in Asia [ARTICLE]

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Japan ventures mostly in Asia ABOUT two- thirds of all Japanese manufacturing ventures (1.552 companies) are concentrated In Asia and. togetiier with others located In developing countries, the; account for about 80 per cent of all Japanese manufacturing operations in foreign countries. This was revealed by the Japanese Ministry of

Wo higher bonus for SIA staff' [ARTICLE]

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Wo higher bonus for SIA staff' SINGAPORE A 1 r lines will not consider paying higher bonuses to their staff than a minimum of 13-month payment because the move of the civil airport from Paya Lebar to Chang! "will impose a particularly severe strain on our finances Officials of the

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'Gettingto-knowyou' visit by Japanese [ARTICLE]

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to-know-you' visit by Japanese ABO-MEMBER dele»ation of the Überal Democratic Party of Japan arrived here yesterday on a two-day familiarisation tour. The delegation Is led by Mr. Sakonshlro Inamura, vice secretaryteneral of the ruling party and a member of the Diet. "The main pjrpose of this visit our first Is

Postgraduate exam passes [ARTICLE]

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Postgraduate exam passes SU candidates hava passed the Master of Medicine (PaedJatrlca) gt«mi^i~] conducted by Uw University of aocapdres School of T*wat »«■■<> Medical «u--dlea recently. They are: Dr. OhaaUl bin Ismail. Dr. Koe.Swee Lee, Dr. Leone Vuet Vow, Dr. Tan Btofc Boon, Dr. Ton Own Cbooog. and Dr. Wong

Managing staff seminar [ARTICLE]

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Managing staff seminar TH> Ministry of Education will conduct a aenunar on staff managfinent at tne Regional Enduh Uuifnage Centre from today. The aemlnai. which Is orgaiuaMl wttn th* asataUnce of Urn f*^"*r*«wealth Cbundl tor ■tacav UO&al A,,dmlnletnUaon lOCUK). Is aimed at Unprovtnc the performance* of school administrator*

Drugs course for new teachers [ARTICLE]

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Drugs course for new teachers PHILIP LEE Enabling them to help students By TRAINEE-teachers here will soon undergo a comprehensive drug education course to make them more effective in driving home to students the folly of drug abuse. Informed sources said yesterday that the Ministry of Education is now drawing

Walking to the rhythm of the rain [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Walking to the rhythm of the rain HIP. two, three four they're Just awalking in the rain. And getting soaking wet! inclading the Senior Parliamentary Secretary (Social Affairs), Mr. Chan Chee Seng, and his two daughters (above). Mr. Chan was among some 35.M* other walkers who took part in yesterday's

More cases of mosquito breeding at worksites [ARTICLE]

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More cases of mosquito breeding at worksites THERE has been a 1.6 per cent Increase In mosquito breeding cases at construction sites over the last two weeks, the Ministry of the Environment said yesterday. There was, however, a general decrease of 0.4 per cent In mosquito breeding. A survey of

Still at HDB [ARTICLE]

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Still at HDB THX Minister for National Development has re-appoint-ed Mr. Baey Llan peck to be a member of the Hotting and Development Board for a further period of three yeara from Sept 1. according to the latest Oovemtnent Qaaette.

BRITISH ROSES FOR TABLES AT CHARITY BALL [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH ROSES FOR TABLES AT CHARITY BALL THRESH red and white roses, specially flown from London, will grace each table at the first charity ball organised by the Diplomatic and Consular Corps at the Hyatt Hotel this evening Dr. Yeoh Ohlm Seng, Speaker of Parliament, and his wife will be

'Many wives haven't even heard of metric' [ARTICLE]

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'Many wives haven't even heard of metric A RECENT surrey on housewives shows that about 52 per cent of those Interviewed have not h#ard of or know about simple metric units of weight and length like the kilogram and metre. Because of this "distressing" fact, compulsory metrication of the retall

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Straits Times Crossword ACBOBS passion (8 3. 4 Gentle hamdler gives 5 Heavy r»ln covers county. youngster a good start to river, and City (•>. what may be 15 (3. It. 6 Free \o\f about to be Puncture a pillar of the defeated (5). church? (6). TAs Caesar said. I

GIAM TIES WITH 3 MASTERS FOR THE TOP [ARTICLE]

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GIAM TIE S WITH 3 MASTERS FOR THE TOP rpHE Asian Masters Chess Championship ended yesterday in a four-way tie for the first position between Glam Choo Kwee of Singapore, Manuel Aaron of India, Herman Suradiradja of Indonesia and Terry Shaw of Australia. Each of the co-winners scored 9J points

EDB plan to boost ship building industry [ARTICLE]

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EDB plan to boost ship building industry THE Economic Development Board has outlined a five-point plan to help boost the development of the local shipbuilding and ship-repairing industry in the cominc years. m .JS? a m e««a«e ln the 1975 Directory of the Singapore Association of Shipbuilders and Repairers (BASAR).

Varsity course [ARTICLE]

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Varsity course THE Department of Extramural Studies of the University of Singapore will hold an eight-lecture course In office management at Nlsaen Hut B every Tuesday and Thursday, commencing on Tuesday, at 7.30 pjn. The fee is MO.

S'pore bars six [ARTICLE]

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S'pore bars six Six Malaysians have been banned from entering Singapore permanently according to the latest Gazette. They are Mohd Ros bin Othman, 22, Wong Hoon Yoon, 23, Chin Wah Cheang. 22, Tan Heng Kuang. 25. i T^oh Bze Hiung. 37, and Yong Ah Thong. 22.

Three hurt in Jurong gang clash [ARTICLE]

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Three hurt in Jurong gang clash r[REE people were injured ope critically during a gang clash^ at a playground In Tao Ching Road, Jurong,* on Saturday night. The seriously Injured man was Low Teck Chal. 20, of Llm Chu Kang Road. He has been placed on the "dangerously ill list"

Live firing exercises [ARTICLE]

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Live firing exercises RSAP aircraft will conduct live firing exercises at Pulau Pawal between am. and S p.m. dally from today to Friday. The public la advtosd to Keep clear of the range.

Three cops hurt in patrol car skidding [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Three cops hurt in patrol car skidding rpHREE policemen were Injured when their 1 patrol car skidded and overturned along Stevens Road yesterday morning. It Is believed that the vehicle was on 1U way to attend a caae when it skidded during a slight drteale at about 9 a.m. According

Laying of water mains at 2 roads [ARTICLE]

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Laying of water mains at 2 roads MOTORISTS are advised to avoid two roads to facilitate he Water Department si laying watennaln pl<es. Tlw first stretch of road U along Cross Street and Upper Croat Street from Raffles Quay to New Bridge Road. The laying of ttw SOOmon diameter watermain

Nurses: Better prospects [ARTICLE]

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Nurses: Better prospects rB Ministry of Health haa substantially increased the number of promotional ports of senior assistant nmraes and senior mldwlvei to enhance the career prospects of assistant nurses and mid wives. This la disclosed In the latest issue of the Public Employee, official journal of the Amalgamated Union

Keep pace or be left behind: AUPE [ARTICLE]

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Keep pace or be left behind: AUPE ADAPT yourselrei to rerloua changes aifecttng Singapore or you will be left behind— this wm the message the Amalgamated Union of Public Employees (AUPE) delivered to trade unions yesterday Its president Mr. Ow Kheng Tor said that trade unions, as partner* in Singapore's

On Sundays now [ARTICLE]

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On Sundays now KAMPONO Übt Constituency's weekly meet-Uie-PWpJe session normally held on Mondays, has been changed to Sundays from 10 am to 13 noon at Jalan Panggaga. During the absence of Hajl Ta'acob Mnh W m+* "Irintr of State (Prime Minister's Office) and MP for the ana. meet-the-people saatons will

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Young mums who shun the Pill [ARTICLE]

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Young mums who shun the Pill MARRIED women in the age groups 15-24 and 35-44 who have never practised contraception form a "significantly higher percentage" compared to women aged 25-34, who top the list of contraceptive users. But a more detailed examination of their characteristics and reasons for contraceptive rejection

When it rained in the 'YIP lifts' [ARTICLE]

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When it rained in the 'YIP lifts' TT was raining in the lifts yesterday for residents of Block 22 in Holland Drive. The reason: The heavy downpour the previous ■i night had caused water to seep down from the top fl-jor into the two lifts. As a result, lifts in

Speech day [ARTICLE]

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Speech day PROFESSOR Wong Lin Ken, MP for Alexandra, will officiate at the annual speech day of Commonwealth Secori- dary School on Friday at 10 a m

Woman with illegal maid fined $1,000 [ARTICLE]

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Woman with illegal maid fined $1,000 A HOUSEWIFE was fined $1,000 In the First Magistrate's Court on Saturday for employing an Indonesian Illegal immigrant as a maid servant. Tan Choon Llan, 35. admitted employing Tan Ah Yoke. 45. at her home from last March to May this year. Tan employed

Oriental diets may cause cancer Doctor [ARTICLE]

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Oriental diets may cause cancer Doctor ORIENTAL diets may be x cause of stomach cancer, according to a medical scarce here. Although no accurate findings have been made to pinpoint the cause of this second most common form of cancer in Singapore and Japan's No. 1, Oriental diets may be

Pottery films in colour [ARTICLE]

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Pottery films in colour THE National Museum will screen A Potter's World and three other colour films on pottery In Its lecture hall on Wednesday at 7 30 pjn. Free tickets are obtainable the museum during office hours.

'Donate kidneys' call to church members [ARTICLE]

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'Donate kidneys' call to church members T\R. William Tseng, \J Social Concerns Chairman of the Christ Methodist Church has called on church members to pledge their kidneys to "help those suffering from cronlc kidney diseases". Dr. Tsen. according to "Methodist Message," the official organ of the Methodist Church In Singapore

Lawyer Tan acquitted [ARTICLE]

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Lawyer Tan acquitted A LAWYER who on Friday urged magistrate to put an end to all the "malicious prosecution against him was acquitted and acharged when the complainant and his counsel failed t> turn up for the trial. Mr. John Tan Chor Yong was alleced to haw threatened Mr Scan

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All that's left of lorry after 13-death crash [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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All that's left of lorry after 13-death crash THIS is aU that U left of the lorry that was involved in a head-on collision with a bus at the 25} mile Kuala Lumpur-Tanjong Mallm road on Saturday night. Thirteen occupants of the two vehicles were killed, including the two drivers.

$10m govt funds swindle: Net closes [ARTICLE]

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$10m govt funds swindle: Net closes rSH, Sun. The National Bureau of Investigation Is tightening the noose on a number of government officers In connection with a $10 million swindle of government funds. NBS director-General, Tan Sri Ibrahim Salleh said 19 NBI officers from other states would assist their counterparts

$77 mil surplus in balance of trade [ARTICLE]

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$77 mil surplus in balance of trade KUALA LUMPUR, Bun.— Malaysia's balance of trade for the first five months of this year enJoyed a surplus of $77.6 million— a drop of $442 8 million over the same period last year. The figures were released by the Department of Statistics. Peninsular

Union talks on action [ARTICLE]

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Union talks on action IPOH. Sun. Employees of the Hongkong and Shanghai Bank In Jalan Betneld who ate member* of the National Union of Bank Bnployees win hold an emergency meeting tomorrow to decide what action to take following a dispute between the union and the ">anfgi>ment regarding the promotion

Sore eyes [ARTICLE]

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Sore eyes BOH. Sun. Schools In the Kuala Kangsax dlrtrtct hare been hit toy major outbreak of conjunctivitis (sore eyes) with the district registering 2.148 of the 4.839 case* In the Mate between Aug. 25 and 30

$110 mil loan [ARTICLE]

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$110 mil loan KUALA LUMPUR, Bun. Malaysia was granted a total of XXXXX million loan from the World Bank during the last 12 months, for Its agricultural and electric power project*.

Death penalty for terror acts welcomed [ARTICLE]

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Death penalty for terror acts welcomed KUALA LUMPUR. Sun rrHERE must be 1 stricter preventive measures, apart from Invoking the death penalty on Illegal possession of firearms or explosives, to eliminate the increasing subversive activities In the country. A continuous campaign to get effective participation from the people Is also

117 engineers struck off [ARTICLE]

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117 engineers struck off KUALA LUMPUR, Sun One-hundred-and-seventeen engineers have been struck off the registration roll of the Board of Engineers In the Ministry of Works and Transport. The president of the board, Enclk Mahnz bin Khalld. said these engineers were struck off the roll because they failed to renew

BREAK-IN GANG TAKES $41,000 CHEQUES. CASH [ARTICLE]

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BREAK-IN GANG TAKES $41,000 CHEQUES. CASH KCANTAN, Sun. Burglars brake Into a whole— ln provision shop in Jalan Buklt Übl here last night and got away with cash and cheques amounting to 941.H*. The gang carried away an Iron safe, which contained the ay, from the ground floor of the

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ARMS MARKET [ARTICLE]

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ARMS MARKET THERE is no business like the arms business, it seems. The world's markets in weaponry are going through a boom period, with second hand dealers in particular enjoying a fast trade in everything from self-loading rifles to tanks. The London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies in its annual

EQUALITY FOR WOMEN [ARTICLE]

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EQUALITY FOR WOMEN IN terms of employment Singapore women have as much equality with their menfolk if not more than their counterparts in some advanced industrial countries. That applies to education, Job opportunities, pay and promotions. But it so often happens that just as our women have gained considerable experience

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Toa Payoh residents rush for the 'popular' parking lots [ARTICLE]

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Toa Payoh residents rush for the 'popular' parking lots |?OLLOWINO 'FmstratP cd's" complaint (ST.. Sept. 1) that some resident motorists holding season tickets In Toa Payoh North are unable to find parking lots for their cars, we have alerted the newly established HDB Mobile Parking Enforcement Squad to Investigate the

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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11TE refer to your report "CMna ships to call regularly at PS A wharves" (8.T.. Sept. 4). You may wish to note that there has never been any signatories to any agreement as referred to In the first paragraph of your report. Furthermore, all wharves under the jurisdiction of the

SPECTATOR [ARTICLE]

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SPECTATOR Gerard Corr LPI MR. GYANI Saga 1 Singh is a Don Quixote on a moped. A former Jawan In the Indian Army, and at 58 still a doughty fighter, he rides Joyously into battle against the might and majesty of the English law all in the cause of Sikh

DEREK BROWN REPORTS ON THE FRIGHTENING RETREAT FROM COMPROMISE IN ULSTER [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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DEREK BROWN REPORTS ON THE FRIGHTENING RETREAT FROM COMPROMISE IN ULSTER AN the eve of the final session of the Ulster Convention, the politicians of Northern Ireland are in headlong retreat. The line of withdrawal is in most cases well defined; the Republicans are abandoning their political footholds and re-grouping

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'Make a close study' call [ARTICLE]

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'Make a close study' call NANCY RAMJI BY -BY BRIDGING THAT PAY GAP WHILE there is need to bridge pay differentials and working conditions between blue and white-collar jobs, care must be taken to ensure that the consequent higher labour production costs do not push up inflation here and price

Youth jailed for drug offences [ARTICLE]

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Youth jailed for drug offences ISHAK bin Abu Rahman, 20, was Jailed for two months on Saturday for having a cigarette -Mplked" with diomon)hlne (heroin) off Mount Emily Road on Aug. 15. He pleaded guilty. He wu given a similar sentence for consuming morphine that day. The sentences are to

Licence to marry [ARTICLE]

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Licence to marry REV Lee Van Sun has been granted a licence to solemnise marriages in Singapore, according to the latest Government Oaxette.

Another 6 months [ARTICLE]

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Another 6 months MR. Denis Cosmas D'Cotta has b*e n appointed to sit as a Judge of the Supreme Court for a further period of six months from Sept. 1. according to the latest Government Oaxette^

FIRMS WARNED: REREGISTER OR BE STRUCK OFF [ARTICLE]

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FIRMS WARNED: REREGISTER OR BE STRUCK OFF ALL existing buslnrssri previously registered under the repealed Basinets Names Act are required to be re-reglstered, the Finance Ministry announced yesterday. This is In accordance with the new Business Registration Act which was enforced on Sept. 1 taut year. Those who have not

Smooth voyage on the rolling waves for 20 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Smooth voyage on the rolling waves for 20 JACOB DANIEL By TWENTY adventurous sea- farers returned home yesterday after bobbing around the island for seven days in two rafts made of empty oil drums and wooden poles. The youths, from various community centres, braved the scorching sun. the rains and

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SWIMMING TIMES TNAT: Stapsan l? 20 p.ni (2.9 m). Sa«l. IkM lOii i.m. (2.4 m). 11.27 p.m. (2.4 m). Put Mctsns 8.01 am. (3.3 m), 8.22 p.m. (2.9 m). TIMHIIW: Sismara 12.43 am (3m), 12.54 p.m. Q.9m). Saiili latM 11.29 a.m. (2.3 m). Part tUkm 8.40 a.m. (3.2 m), 858

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On your TV SINGAPORE 5 IN m Opening Announcements followed by 7.15 KM. WM WirU if Am* Manai Vilakku (TamiO 1M Nw» (Malay) 3.31 Diary of Events (Tamil] 7.45 Ptsta Ha (Malay) 3.3S General Hospital US little Una m tht Prairie w j Malay 4.1S Isai Amutham (Repeat) sabttkn 4.35

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WEEKLY SHARE ANALYSIS [ARTICLE]

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WEEKLY SHARE ANALYSIS AS atrvk* to mden. BuaiMoa Tiawa publiakM "osfcly a 8 20 dXallod analysis of sotocwd aaaroa oa tht Slock f.«- I «0 chance of Singapore Tfc. yuri aigh sad low ar. Mtowad 2 2< b> tW w— a'a v»— t la srios. tht tiifovr tht dlvtd— 4

OTHER CLOSING PRICE [ARTICLE]

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OTHER CLOSING PRICE THr! folkminK i> a ll«t ol*quolalion« for Ihr »rek up lv Kridat. Srpt. .>. for rounlrn not in- ludrd in Ih.- «rrkK tharr anal.vui. Prior movemrnl la baard on a rompmriion on Ih* la>l tm\n on Srpl. I «««in.l Aug. 29 a> mown in hm.krl. IMH HTwMUi

Company meetings [ARTICLE]

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Company meetings The following company meetings sre due: The United Malacca Rubber tstatts, Bbd.: Sept. 8, noon. No. M Jalaii Hang Jebat, Us laces Alexandra Holding-, LUi. Sept. 9. noon. 1-A. Amber Mansion. Ist Floor. Orchard Road. Singapore 9. Faber Merlin Malay da Bhd.: Sept. 12. 11 am.. Registered Office,

Money and exchanges

Domestic [ARTICLE]

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Domestic THE us dollar started on a firm note last week at 12.XXXXX0. The drastic tall in London gold price and the Middle East settlement partly contributed to the dollar's firmness. However, the US currency did not sustain its upward trend. Some minor profit taking during the week depressed the

Overseas [ARTICLE]

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Overseas fHX French government last week shifted Us economic policy to a reflattonary course by announcing measures to inject son*) 30.6 button franca Into the economy. The** measures led to a weakening of the French franc and other snake currencies, while the US dollar tended firmer and erased earlier losses

DISCOUNT MARKET [ARTICLE]

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DISCOUNT MARKET A SHORTAGE or overnight funds In the tnter-bank market from the first day of the month caused sporadic shortage In the discount market hut week. Some liquidation of portfolios by the houses was evident, but on a relatively modest scale. Three month Treasury Bills firmed slightly from 3-3/16—

ASIAN CURRENCY RATES [ARTICLE]

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ASIAN CURRENCY RATES a SIAN currency average deposits rates 'for the week ended Friday. Sept. 6. 7 day-. 1 mth 2 mths 3 mths 6 mths mths .3 mths 1 mth 5 mths 6 mths 12 mths Hlcti Low 6 1/2 6 5 18 6 7 8 6 1/4 T

LOCAL MONEY MARKET [ARTICLE]

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LOCAL MONEY MARKET TRADINO In the local money market was more active last week with several big names bidding for term deposits. This new Interest in fixed dates forced the rates to firm up from i% 3% on the fixed periods and overnight as well. Overnight funds were traded at

Gold markets [ARTICLE]

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Gold markets FrMay Ttwrtoay UM U»» M.twume (1) 11»»5 H7.SO London 152 JOB 152.758 IU.MS IU.7M Beirut 194 90 154 50 *u*ch XXXXX8 152 MB 153 758 15JS0B PiM XXXXX 157.3* Saturday Friday BonikODS 153.00 152.20 •'pen (2) 152 MB 151. 408 454 748 154 778 Export prioa in non-.teritng

Minimum leading rates (in %) [ARTICLE]

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Minimum leading rates (in Algemene Bonk 7 Bangkok Bonk 71/, Bonk of America 6'/^ Bonk ot Chino 7V4 Bonk of Tokyo 7 Bank Negara Indonesia ?</} Bonque de L'lndochine 7 Chartered Bonk 6>« Chase Monhotton 7 DBS 6V4 First Chicooo Aii FNCB 25 HKSBC 7 Muloyan Bonking j Mittui Bank

NEW YORK [ARTICLE]

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NEW YORK VIW YORK. Fn. The stock, market. Increasingly concerned with the financial tribulations of New York City, declined today In continued sluggish trading. Prices oa the New York Stock Exchange opened lower and remalnea In the minus column throughout the session. At the conclusion of trading, the Dow Jones

Indices [ARTICLE]

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Indices FINANCIAL TIMES INDUSTRIALS Friday 3J7.S Thursday 328 3 Week ago 327.6 TINB Friday »«.O7 Thursday 95 35 Week ago 92.00 RUBBERS Friday 411.2J Thursday 407 83 Week ago 413.58 OILS Friday 3tM.ro 1 Thursday 300.52 Week ago 304.34 DOW JONES AVERAGE INDUSTRIALS Friday 835.97 Thursday 838 31 Week ago

ZURICH [ARTICLE]

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ZURICH yURICH. Prl— The stock market showed only little activity today. Investors were very small which caused market to close on a rather Irregular tendency The firm trend In the bond market continued. The Credit Sulsse Index yielded 0 1 point to 180.6. (.'loam* prlcxa In twlaa francs with the

BT industrial group indices [ARTICLE]

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BT industrial group indices a*t rear: Jan. 4, I*7l —1M 1*74/75 Week's Action Hi«h Law 2Mb Stta Chance 1M.17 N.»7 Automotive 13*.10 IM.7S 1.65 443.95 113.17 Bar, Insurance. Finance and Trustees 1*7.41 314.71 7.31 152.11 92.83 Ihrmkal*. Hubbrr Trodurli. E» finlnc and SroelUng 141.11 141JX *M 289 .17 113. 1X

TOP TEN STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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TOP TEN STOCKS •THE foHswlnc list of stocks gives the ten most dealt In 1 last week. It gives the turnover In thou and. of wilts, eloalnc prices on Friday and high and tow far 1975. Companies Tunwrer Prlcci High Low Slme Darby .tUUyu Credit I. O. B Faber Merlin

DIVIDENDS ANNOUNCED [ARTICLE]

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DIVIDENDS ANNOUNCED Oirrrnt Date Total for Total for payment payable the year sceTtatjs year (F.E.) 5% Oct. »«.75% «5% JEA orpo. 5%t Oct. 15 S%t U.A.C. 9.17% a Oet 17 16.67%. »%TE I* Tax eiranpt (a) Inerade. S% TK. A-Jaata. for scrip l—c. (b) Isttta-as »-»%TB.

LOCAL STOCK INDICES SINGAPORE [ARTICLE]

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LOCAL STOCK INDICES SINGAPORE Industrial*: »19.7* Finance: 3*4.52 Hoteto: I*6 76 rroperUw: 163.67 Tins 97.99 f Rubber*: 37.38 0.C.8.C: 193.94 S.E.B. Ind.t IM.5* 220^7 MS.I 7 IMJ4 1M.37 •7J5 317.3S 193.37 195.8* 219.43 379.7 C 165.44 152.7J 97.95 317.43 19TS7 192.9* 221.M M4.«7 U5.75 113.57 97.92 317.43 193 M 194»5

MALAYSiA [ARTICLE]

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MALAYSiA Industrials: Closed Finance: Closed HoteU: Clotcd Properties: Closed Tim: Closed I Robber*: Closed tUXt Ut.lt M7.»7 3M.17 314.24 317.1 V l«5Jt7 ISJ.M KSJ7 1M.47 U7.U IM.I» M.» 91.55 M.7S 299.M IMJS ZSIS4 Dec. M. IM6 IM 1 Dec. 31. IMS IM t Dec. tt, IMI IM 9 DM. 31.

S'pore produce [ARTICLE]

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S'pore produce IN the Singapore produce market last week, dealers were Just managing with what little business they could clinch without Incurring any loss under present difficult trading conditions. Most prices for various commodities, quoted on a nominal basis by the Singapore Chinese Produce exchange, remained unchanged throughout the week.

TOKYO [ARTICLE]

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TOKYO TOKYO. Bat The market rose In moderate trading In reaction to recent sharp falls, dealers said. The market average gained 39.10 to 3.936.99 with volume at 80 million shares. The Tokyo B.C Index rose 3.16 to 397 78 Honen OU received buying support after denying rumours that It might

AMSTERDAM [ARTICLE]

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AMSTERDAM A MSTERDAM, PH The market was generally easier In quiet pre-week-end conditions. Dutch Internationals fell up to SO cents with the exception of unchanged Hoogovens and Akto which edged higher, dealers said. Major gainers against the trend were Aaasteraam Rubber. Bijentori and Hal. Losses were led by Van Ommeren.

Copper prices [ARTICLE]

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Copper prices London copprr price* on Friday iprrvioui In brackets). WirMar Spot buy«r £378.00 {(MtOOl Mllrr (5T9.00 (f&HTOO): Thrw Month buyer 1600 ou USON.UO) Mllcr (MOM (fSOC.OO). Market Im: Steady. •alaa: 8.073 lonnaa.

Toray loss [ARTICLE]

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Toray loss TOKYO: Toray Industries expects another before-tax loss In the first half *o end-Septem-ber, although the loss will be smaller than 4.544 million yen reported for the last six months ended March, a company spokesman said.

S'pore exchange [ARTICLE]

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S'pore exchange WIXH the new month of September providing fresh Incentive to deal on settlement or time- bargain basis, the Stock Exchange of Singapore last week livened up a little with interest mainly centred on speculative issues. Taking the live trading days as a whole, conditions had been somewhat erratic

K. LUMPUR MARKET [ARTICLE]

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K. LUMPUR MARKET ON balance, it was a fairly Rood week for shares on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange Out of the four trading days seen last week, only one showed a dtp In prices. In the other three days, steady to firm conditions persisted with values hardening gradually to

Short term money market [ARTICLE]

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Short term money market FOR the week ended Saturday. Sept. 6. the range of call rates received from Short Deposits (M) Bernard was as follows: BANK FIND 3) Decent to 42 per cent. GENERAL Ft'NDS: per cent to 51 per cent. Movements of funds totalled 5276 million.

Overseas market review [ARTICLE]

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Overseas market review LONDON: Share prices were mixed In a thin market with the FT Industrial ordnary share index closing 0.3 down on the week at 327.3. Gold shares were dull following the IMF gold agreement with net falls among heavyweights ranging to about 300 p. Government bonds were firm,

COMMODITIES ROUNDUP

CASH TIN STEADY [ARTICLE]

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CASH TIN STEADY LONDON: Tin prices lost £10 for cash and £12 for three m *nths ■In bolh contracts by noon last Friday. The market opened steady In line with the higher East but later drifted lower as buyers were discouraged by the trend In copper. The contango widened to

London rubber easier [ARTICLE]

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London rubber easier LONDON: Rubber was easier last Friday. The terminal officially closed uncertain at 1.50 pence to 0.35 pence per kilo lower on balance Turnover totalled 187 lots of 15 tonnes each including 13 kerbs. CIFs officially closed easy. Spot was down by an average 0.75 pence per kilo

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MALAYAN CREDIT LIMITED (Incorporated In The Republic of Singapore) NOTICE OF MEETING NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the Thirteenth Annual General Meeting of Malayan Credit Limited will be held ln Suites A Si B, Mandarin Court. 4th floor, Mandarin Hotel, Orchard Road, Singapore 9. on Monday, the 29th day of

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Notice of Meeting METRO HOLDINGS LIMITED NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Notice is hereby given that the Second Annual General Meeting of the Company will be held at 1900 Straits Troding Building, Battery Rood, Singapore I on Monday, September 29, XXXXXt 12 noon to transact the following business: 1 To

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IN MEMORIAM I [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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IN MEMORIAM I DATIK P. C. ISAACS. UPMT. AMN. Jr. I'JR PPM. "Those »'.io loved him lost so much at his passlug, yet gained so much from his living." In ever loving memory of a very fine and wonderful father who left us suddenly a year ago today. A memorial

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STATE OF BRUNEI VACANCIES IN RADIO TELEVISION BRUNEI Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates to fill the following vacancies In Radio Television Brunei. 1. PRODUCER: Qualifications and Experience: Six years relevant experience working professional'^ In a Television Service. Must have a good knowledge of Malay language. Experience of colour

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LEMBAOA PELABOHAN K.HLANG JUI If jft) (KELANO PORT AUTHORITY! I K^y PORT KELANG. KENYATAAN TAWArtAM. Tawaran-tawaran adalah dlpelawa untuk membekal dan menyerahkan peralatan peralatan seperti berlkut bagl tahun 1976:--1) Alat-alat gantl bagl keenderaan BMC 2) Alat-alat gantl bag! Landrovers 3) Batteri 4) Tlub dan Tayar (Pneumatic Solid) 5) Mencelup tayar

1 Announcements [ARTICLE]

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1 Announcements LOUISE KLERK'S SALONS In Hotel Slngapura for your latest halrstjges. expert permlif and gorgeuS tinting Very moderate prices Appointments Telephone XXXXX3 (Spore). SIXTEEN. TWO-HOUR Charm Lectures personally conducted by Joan Booty All age* welcome Exercises Included Enquiries please Tel XXXXX7 XXXXX3

21 Acknowledgements [ARTICLE]

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21 Acknowledgements THE FAMILY OF the late Mdm Lily TJnn Olok DJIe thanks all friends and well»wUhers for their warm assistance, comfort and spiritual support during our recent bereavement

In Memoriam [OBITUARY]

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In Memoriam IN MEMORIAM .N LOVING MEMORY CHEN BING NIANG who 101 l u» on siti Sept. 1870. Dearly tafMsy Md »OV#Q OO*M.

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MANUFACTURER OF STEEL OFFICE EOUIPMENTB ANO SAFES requires MALE/FEMALE SALES REPRESENTATIVES Wo need energetic and hardworking RipmaiilaHin tor our expending Sales Force. Those with ability to converse fluently In English, having Initiative and drive and able to work independently should submit written applications stating personal data, expected salary Baalc salary,

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WORLDWIDE ORGANISATION REQUIRES ladles of all nationalities between 18 28 years for post of Marketing Personnel Must be able to write and speak good English. Excellent Income with high Incentives and advancement to promotion. Call personally tor Interview at 183-B. Ooldhlll Shopping Centre. Thomson Road on Bth/ 9th August Time:

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FRANKEL AVENUE BINOLE STOREY semi-detached available Immediately, partially furnished 3 bedrooms, one servant's room with Meohone $560. Contact XXXXX7/ XXXXX2/ XXXXX1 UPPER THOMSON 9 M.S. doublestorey semi-detached 4 bedrooms, servant's $800 fully furnished Ace Housing XXXXX46/ XXXXX64 SELETAR LOCALITY (OIST. 28) double-storey semi-detached 4 bedrooms, servant's 8960 fully furnished Ace

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DISTRICT 16: Fortuna Seavlew Villa Brand new 2 storey semidetached house on 3700 sq ft Split-level lounge/ dining room 3 bedrooms, study, 2 bathroom* and servant's amenities. Price $150,000 David Pnoa !> Sons Tel: XXXXX2 C.H. WILLIAMS 4 CO. (PTE) TEL XXXXX OIST. 19 NAMLV PLACE Double storey detached bungalow.

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OFFICE FOR SALE. sth Floor Took Hal Building Shopping Centre" at South Brtdg* Road. •03 sq ft at 8210/- per sq ft Interested party Tel 9*349 THONG TECK BUILDING For sale office space 3.000 sq ft off Orchard Road outside CBD Zone at $185 p f Inclusive of partitions, telephone

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IS* SO. FT. office plus extra space on attic available Raffles Place Phone XXXXX. FOR RENT/ SALE office at 10th Floor International Plasa 47S sq. ft facing sea. Ring XXXXX71 office hours. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY OOLDEN Mile Tower 578 1.515 sq fl Tel DT Urn (FE) Pte Ltd 2585*71 WATERFRONT WAREHOUSE

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CLOSING DOWN SALE! shop fittings comprising wall shelves showcases, alrcondllioner. cash register. Selling cheap Suitable for departmental stores, mini supermarkets, grocer's shops. HDB shophousss. To view tel XXXXX4 between 8.30 a.m. 1 30 p.m. RESTAURANT/ COFFEE HOUM space required by International jriajinatlon preferably dtot. 1 or 9 ftlng XXXXX8/ XXXXX2

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JOIN ATC HOLIDAY CLUB ANO MS THE WORLD FOR LESS Special Membership Privileges' I. 3810/ gtn voucher Msy be used as payment for joining any tour or for purchase of souvenirs from our girt centre. 2 Free overnight travelling bag. keychaln and passport holder 3 5* discount for ail lours

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CHARTER FLIGHTS INFORMATION CENTRE Specialist* for low cost flights to any destinations TAB TRAWL S TOURS 321, Sfriwi H— Tat XXXXX1 XXXXX3. XXXXX «io. Sw—r Cms t Tat XXXXX6, 3T7766 6) TOUR BOOKING CENTRE Weekly Departures 6 DAYS MEDAN.. LAKE TOBA 3 440 00 7 DAYB MANILA ORIENTATIONS 3 999

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THREE MONTHS RAPID COURSES: Shorthand Typewriting/ Bookkeeping Morning Afternoon sessions Register early Details from Raja's College XXXXX/ XXXXX0- XXXXX8/ PEOPLE 8 PARK COMMERCIAL SCHOOL BOOK-KHPINO (Beginners) ai Saturday 200 pm 4.00 p m started on 6/9/75. b) Tues/Thurs 8.00 p.m. to 700 p m commencing 16/9/75. SHORTHAND (Beginners) a) Sunday

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COMMERCE AND FINANCE: Preparing for L C C Classes will be held on Sundays Register early Raja s College. President Building. Serangoon Road (XXXXX781 inlngua LfARN THE LANGUAGE YOU NEED FROM THE PEOPLE WHO KNOW IT BEST DAY COURSES New ENGLISH courses commence on 15th September at 6 levels Courses

DEATH [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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DEATH TAN KAY TIONG Aged IS. son of Mdm. Tay Slew Klow and the late Mr. Tan Jin Chwee passed away tragically on sth Sept. 1075 Cortege leaves 355, Paslr Panjang Road on Thursday llth Sept. at 1.00 p.m.

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MANOUINETTA TOP TINTINO Continental Colouring Expert 27 years experience/ Superb Hairstyling/ Scissors Cut/ Manicure/ Pedicure/ Reowned (or their Craftsmanship Singapore's Top Colouring Centre for appointments lei 374*60 Margueretta's Salon Cold Storage Arcade Orchard Road. MAQOIE'S IMPERIAL BEAUTY shop offers up-to-date halrstyllng. colour, perming manicure b pedicure, facials with Estee Lauder.

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UAN AIK DECORATION Constructlon Company specialise In bricktrrillc fencing, gardening, house painting furniture, office/ house renovation, extension (Including permit application) Tel XXXXX71/ SIMM. CREATE A BEAUTIFUL Ulterior with Curtain. Carpet. Wallpaper from M/S Alk Brothers Co. PM. Ltd. 188-2. Tanjong Katong Rd. Phone XXXXX4 Showroom 121. Textile Centre. Jalan Sultan.

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HPATRMTf COU-Li THANSreMtf O must aril newly purchased complete living room and bedroom set including king slat bed Phone 8859 M between 8 00 a.m. 12.00 noon FO". SAL! IPO door locks, diving equipments. crvUns. pulley block, office equipments, musical menu coven and albums Contact Torsca International Tetj 4657 M

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MALAYSIAN WOODWORKING FACTORY SOLE AGENT A MALAYSIAN WOODWORKING FACTORY PRODUCING SCANDINAVIAN STYLE TABLETOP ITEMS DESIGNED BY INTERNATIONALLY WELL-KNOWN DESIGNERS SEEKS AGENT FOR SINGAPORE. MUST BE WELL ESTABLISHED WITH ALL MAJOR GIFTWARE AND SOUVENIR SHOPS AND LEADING DEPARTMENT STORES AND MUST BE ABLE TO PROVE TURNOVER FIGURES. OWN WAREHOUSING FACILITIES ABSOLUTELY

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a^ET A^al M aa^ 1 I k^l I H t 1 l^ I iaK BRISTOL-MYERS (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD. requires PHARMACIST I The Company is looking for a qualified Pharmacist to fill the I post of Marketing Executive for its ethical division. The I successful candidate will be very much marketing

Mafia still wields great power [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mafia still wields great power DESPITE THE BIG CRACKDOWN ON ORGANISED CRIME IN AMERICA... NEW YORK. Sunday THE power of the A Mafia over .nultimillion dollar gambling, loan shark and drug peddling operations spreads through the major cities of America, but Administration officials claim they are steadily cutting it down.

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TEXAS INSTRUMENTS SINGAPORE OFFERS CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR EXPERIENCED AND MATURED CANDIDATES TO BECOME I PROCESS ENGINEER AGE 23 years and above SEX Male QUALIFICATIONS Degree in Electrical/ Electronic Engineering or its equivalent. EXPERIENCI Preferably I to 2 years related working experience THE JOI Involves the lending of technical support for

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OBEROI IMPERIAL HOTEL invites applicants for the following positions 1. PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER (LADY) This is a career opportunity for the lody with personality ond initiative who is able to work independently in varied press and guest liaison functions. Her duties include meeting with tour groups and YIPs; providing information

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Vase race to Maribeau in an all-outsiders finish [ARTICLE]

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Vase race to Maribeau in an all-outsiders finish EPSOM JEEP By IPOH, Sun. Mari- beau, well ridden by Terry Lucas, scored a brilliant win in the $41,000 Sultan's Gold Vase over s\-£ straight here today. Second was the topweight Oonara (M. Ismail) with Mallane (P. K. Leong) third and FlyIng

BIG SWEEP [ARTICLE]

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BIG SWEEP TOTAL POOL: t*.4M Ist No. 32SM ($2443) 2nd No. XXXXX ($1,171) 3rd No. 318*0 ($585) STARTERS ($59 each) Nos: XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX 3412* 3«782 S3SSI XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX. CONSOLATION ($44 each): XXXXX XXXXX 3*362 39««2 XXXXX 32M1 3*912 XXXXX 337N XXXXX.

STIPES REPORT

Apprentice Au-Yeung suspended 3 days [ARTICLE]

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Apprentice Au-Yeung suspended 3 days PPRENTICE Au-Yeung. the rider of Sincerely Yo»r» in Race 5, was charged with careless riding and .•ujpended three race days by the stewards at Ipoh yesterday. Au-Yeung was suspended for causing severe Interference to Jlnrle Bell II (Mansor) and StrusUc (Skelton). The stipendiary steward's report

Loh cruises to first in FIQ trials [ARTICLE]

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Loh cruises to first in FIQ trials DENNIS CHIA By S.Y. LOH cruised to in the FIQ World t> selection trials which t his expected victory owling championships ?nded at Kallang Bowl yesterday. He maintained bis overnight lead to register a total of 11. Ml plnfalls for the 58 games,

St. Louis pip the Mets [ARTICLE]

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St. Louis pip the Mets NEW YORK, Sun. Results of major league baseball fames puyed yesterday. American: Cleveland 4 Detroit 3; Boston 30 Milwaukee 6; Oakland 2 Texas 1; Kansas 4 California 3 (Ist game) Kansas 6 California 3 (2nd game): Chicago 6 Minnesota 2; Baltimore 7 New York Yankees

Singapore in MCFA Cup final [ARTICLE]

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Singapore in MCFA Cup final SEREMBAN, San. Singapore "on the MCFA south tone soccer quadrangubj- to qualify for the final, even though they drew 2-2 against Negri Sembllan In the last match at Seremban Station Padang tonight. Singapore had beaten Malacca 2-6 and Johore 6-1 In their earlier matches. Malacca

Knockout win [ARTICLE]

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Knockout win SEOUL. Sun. South Korea Oriental junior middleweight boxing champion Llm Chal-Keun scored a second round knockout win over Japanese Mlchlyukl Numabe in a scheduled 13--round title match in Taegu City. Reuter.

Another Grand Prix title for MacDonald [ARTICLE]

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Another Grand Prix title for MacDonald ITUALA LUMPUR, Sun. John Mac Donald and Albert Poon of Hongkong finished first and third respectively m the Selangor Orand Prix for cars today. New Zealander Steve Mlllen was second Indonesia's Bam Bang won the main event for motorcycles, followed by Australian Danny McCormack

Seven records at Nantah meet [ARTICLE]

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Seven records at Nantah meet SEVEN records were broken at the Nanyang University's annual athletics championships held at the Jurong Sports Complex yesterday. Record breakers were Pang Yong Seng (1500 m In 4:27.8). Chong 81 Klat (110 m hurdles in 16.7), Chee Chin Chern (400 m hurdles in 58.5 >

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United take unbeaten streak to 18 games [ARTICLE]

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United take unbeaten streak to 18 games SPURS HAND OUT EARLY SHOCK, BUT... LONDON, Sun.— Man Chester United extended their unbeaten run to 18 games when they held on to the top spot in the English Football League with a 3-2 home win over Tottenham Hotspur jesterday. Spurs took a

Chris Evert scores her first US Open success [ARTICLE]

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Chris Evert scores her first US Open success V^EW YORK. Sun— Top seeded Chris Evert fought back from behind yesterday to beat fourth-Heeded Evonne Ooolagong 5-7, 6-4, 6-2 to win the U.S. Open women singles tennis championship for the first time In a magnificent twohour struggle marred only by Miss

Iceland edged [ARTICLE]

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Iceland edged LIEOE Belgium, Bun. Belgium moved a step closer to qualifying for the quarterfinals of the European Soccer Championship when they easily beat Iceland 1-0 here last night Belgium. Group Seven leaders, ahead of Prance, clinched the match when ttiiker Raoul Lambert picked up a pass from Johan Oeviindl

Dutch girls edge nearer to hockey final [ARTICLE]

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Dutch girls edge nearer to hockey final EDDtBUROK. Bun. Tl* Netherlands edged nearer the women's World Hockey title with a a-1 victory over Australia here yesterday. The Dutch now need only to defeat Wales today to reach the final on WWnesdsy Ttoelr heroines yesterday were van laoOeoburg and Beelen-Snulff. who

Clay wins Italian Grand Prix [ARTICLE]

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Clay wins Italian Grand Prix wONZA, Sun. day Rem gaasonl of Swltatrkuul driving a Ferrari today won the 1971 Italian Orand Prix which saw bit Australian team-mate Nlkl Lauda win the World Drivers' Championship by finishing third. Second was outgoing world champion Emerson PlttlPsldl of Brasll, driving a McLaren, who

Lloyd steers Lanes to fourth Cup win [ARTICLE]

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Lloyd steers Lanes to fourth Cup win LONDON Sun. Cllre Lloyd. Ounrum cricket attr. hit a brilliant TS not out ytaterday and led Ltncaahlre to a w*tn-wtck«t Ttctory ow ytMimmx In U» OUMU Cup final at Lord* U waa Urn fourth timeLAncaablr* had won ttve Cup in alx yean. Oavtd

Princess Anne moves into 2nd place [ARTICLE]

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Princess Anne moves into 2nd place DONN. Sam. Prince Anne of Britain, en OoodwiU, neaipleta, dear rasus* la the ereaseeafetry evemt to now In- second place evenM kcbiad teassasate Ladnda Frter-Pakmr at the European three-day eaaialrlaa. ehassatnnahlp at Lmbssaealea yesterday. Mia* Prler-PalßSer. rtdi*V Be Pair, tin hU i clear round

Navratilova seeks political assylum [ARTICLE]

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Navratilova seeks political assylum WASHINGTON. Son. Ctechoslovakian tennis star Martina Navratilova, a doubles partner of new U.S. Open champion Chris Evert, has asked for political asylum In the United States, a State Department spokesman said last night. The spokesman said the 18-year-old Navratilova submitted her request to the Justice Department

Results, tables [ARTICLE]

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Results, tables FIRST DIVISION Arsenal 1 Ltlctsttr I, Birmingham I Quean's Park Hangars 1* Coventry 0 Ipnrtch 0, Dtrt, j Burnley 0. iMk I Wol*arnamp(on 0, LJvmpool I Sh*rn*M UnlUd 0. Manchester United 3 Totunnam 1 Middlssbrough 3 Stoke 0. Newcastle 3 Aston Villa 0. Norwich 4 Bvtnon 2. West

Watson scrambles to 3-stroke lead [ARTICLE]

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Watson scrambles to 3-stroke lead NEW YORK. Sun. British Open champion Tom Watson scrambled to a one-under-par 89 yesterday to take a three-shot lead at the halfway mark of the 14th annual World Series of Oolf. Masters and Professional Golfers Association champion Jack Nlcklaus, with birdies on two of the

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SWEET REVENGE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SWEET REVENGE ERNEST FRIDA SWEE LEE SETTLES SCORE WITH KOREAN By JT was sweet victory for Singapore's golden girl Chee Swee Lee in the women's 400 m final on the final day of the Singapore Open Athletic Championships at the National Stadium yesterday. She scored a magnificent win over her

THE DIVING 'QUEEN' SHINES IN TRIALS [ARTICLE]

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THE DIVING 'QUEEN' SHINES IN TRIALS NORA Tay. who won a bronze medal at Peking last month, gave a fine display, in heavy rain, to beat the Seap Games qualifying mark In the diving trials at Toa Payoh pool yesterday. Nora, the only woman competitor in the trials, completed the

COOL COOPER CHARGES IN [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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COOL COOPER CHARGES IN B. PEREIRA By JOHN Cooper, ln- spired by his wife, Helen Cooper, the newly-crowned Pesta Sukan Open Squash champion, emerged from the brink of defeat to beat Ros Chantranith of Singapore 4-6, 9-7, 6-2 In the men's singles final of the Pesta Sukan Open tennis championships

After 11 lean years S'pore are champs [ARTICLE]

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After 11 lean years S'pore are champs AFTER 11 lean years, Singapore basketball players last night covered themselves In glory by beating Matsushita, Japan's current National league champions, 87-79 to win the Pesta Sukan Invitational basketball championship at Gay World Stadium. In another match, defending champions Bank of Korea did

Liem smashes his way to World title [ARTICLE]

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Liem smashes his way to World title UUALA LUMPUR. tx Sun. Llem Swie King, of Indonesia, smashed his way to a 15-4, 15-13 win over Fleming Delfs, of Denmark, tonight to become the men's singles champion at the World Invitational Badminton Tournament ht.e. Second seeded Llem took only 34 minutes

S'pore title eludes Mohibullah again [ARTICLE]

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S'pore title eludes Mohibullah again lEXDR the third sue- cesslve year the Singapore Open squash title eluded Pakistan's Mohibullah Khan, the current British Amateur champion, reports JOE DORAI. Yesterday he was beaten by his fellow countryman and the world's third ranked player Oogl Khan by 9-5, 9-3. 9-6 In the

Unbeaten S'pore [ARTICLE]

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Unbeaten S'pore rpHE Singapore water--1 polo team were unbeaten In their recent series of matches against Malaysian opponents. Chief coach Tan Eng Bock said he was satisfled with their performances against the full Malaysian International squad and the under-17 and under-30 teams. Eng Bock said: "It Is an encouraging sign

Japan tour for Rovers [ARTICLE]

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Japan tour for Rovers TOKYO. Sun The Irish soccer team Shamrock Rovers arrived here today to play three games against Japan National soccer team. The Rovers, winners of the Irteh Cup 20 times and the Irfch League 10 times, will open their Japan tour on 9-pt 11 at the National

Seventh win [ARTICLE]

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Seventh win TOKYO. Sun The Onlveratty of Southern California > fc -i t team to£ay defeated an All-Japan selection 83-63 for their seventh straight victory in aa many games In Japan. The Trojans led 41-31 at halfUme. UPI

A DULL DAY SPLINTERED [ARTICLE]

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A DULL DAY SPLINTERED PERCY SENEVIRATNE By SWEE Lee has done it again and our dreams have soared high on wings of pride. It was an exhiliratinf win in more ways than one. It proved that she was not prepared for a battle of such intensity at Seoul; she has

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Martina seeks asylum [ARTICLE]

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Martina seeks asylum WASHINGTON. Sun. Czechoslovak tennis star Martina Navratllova ha* asked (or political asylum In the United States and sources said the request would probably be granted The 18-year-old player made her request after being eliminated from the US open women's singles on Friday by American Champion Chris Evert

MANSON HAD NO HAND SAY POLICE [ARTICLE]

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MANSON HAD NO HAND SAY POLICE CiACRAMENTO, Son. Federal police who searched the home of Lynette Fromme, the M-year-old woman charged with attempting to kill President Ford, found no evidence of conspiracy, IS attorney Dwayne Keyes said here. FBI agents went to Miss Fromme'* flat and studied letters written to

DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH MBS. OMtA TICK Men iw Mary Laww) n. Mt m ullnly T/t/T9 at 1 a,m ObrUo Ih>h urn. Baork 111. Uoraac Om TO. Mr* tpaa. Tttaau t/»/75 tar Ctank TW Rims Chrtat. MM a* Urn Cka Kaa« Oaaai MPM. M. KAMHAMAM. Mtaar •f IK aHIIHI Uoraaf M>k* ■aakawwai, mtmn

17 killed in Patna's worstever floods [ARTICLE]

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17 killed in Patna's worstever floods YEW DELHI, Sun.— Devastating floods have receded from the capital of Bihar state in north-east India leaving 17 people dead and d a mage estimated at £250 million ($1,300 million). At least another 50 people in Patna. the Bihar capital, have died of cholera,

Another French N-test soon [ARTICLE]

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Another French N-test soon nAFEETE, San. An- oilier Preach undertround noclemr test aerie* In the Pacific seems Imminent. A cronp *l >oarnaiUts yesterday tewed (he test stt« on FanrmUafa AtoU In French PMynesta, Ijm km (7M miles) south of Tahiti Week at the site is at an advanced state. In

Those strikes will go on: Israel [ARTICLE]

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Those strikes will go on: Israel TEL AVIV. Sunday ISRAELI leaders said in Jewish New Year radio interviews that there was no guarantee the interim agreement signet! this week with Egypt would bring calm to the region. Premier Yitzhak Rabin said he assumed the Soviet Union would attempt to undermine

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