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The Straits Times, 18 November 1972

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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 225,000 The Straits Times National Ntiwspapßr Estd 1845 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1972 20 CENTS M.C. (P) No. 3776

15,000 flee floods Rooftop wait for rescue [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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15,000 flee floods Rooftop wait for rescue Heavy rains hit XL, Petaling Jaya UP ON the roof with the few belongings they managed to salvage are two residents of a kampung at the third mile Jalan Klang. Sharing their plight are several roosters. KUALA LUMPUR. Friday FLOODS forced more than

L-bomb to MP [ARTICLE]

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L-bomb to MP LONDON. Prl— Britain's new post office security net stopped a letter bomb reaching the House of Commons. Scotland Yard disclosed today. The letter was addressed to a Jewish MP. Reuter.

Bonn-China ties [ARTICLE]

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Bonn-China ties BONN. Frl. China and West Germany will act up Embassies In each other's capital and appoint Charge d Affaires on Dec. 1. tne Foreign Ministry announced today. UPI.

JUST FANCY THAT [ARTICLE]

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JUST FANCY THAT LONDON, Fri. Earl Mountbatten, 72, was yesterday fined £40 (about $272) for having adulterated milk for sale on his farm In southwestern England. UPI.

Hanoi: We'll abide by pact [ARTICLE]

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Hanoi: We'll abide by pact PARIS, Friday Vietnam's top peace negotiator, Mr. Le Due Tho, arrived here today for new talks with White House adviser Dr. Henry Kissinger and immediately declared Hanoi's determination to abide by the provisions of the i)eace agreement made in Paris last month. He said that

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PEACE TALKS ON MONDAY [ARTICLE]

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PEACE TALKS ON MONDAY WASHINGTON, Frl. Secret peace talks between the US and North Vietnam will resume In Paris on Monday, the Wb>te House announced today— Reuter (See above

BARS BLOWN UP [ARTICLE]

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BARS BLOWN UP BELFAST, Frl. Guerilla bombers worked their way through a tight security net in central Belfast today and blew up two ban In rapid lucension. There were no injurtc*. Renter.

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Gangster judge' arrested ~*Page If WORLD NEWS Pages 2. 3, 4 'FLOATING' classes next year 7 SHOUT for help If you are held up 8 CARGO pile-up at Port Klang gets worse 11 GOLD BARS murder trial 12 MARTIAL ARTS warning 13 SPORTS 29, 30. 31 9 Crossword 8 Radio,

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Indons crack down on Peking's spy network [ARTICLE]

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Indons crack down on Peking's spy network Several arrested in swoops JAKARTA, Fri. INDONESIAN intelligence has broken an espionage network masterminded and supported by China, the Defence Department said today. Department spokesman Brig. Gen. Sumrahadi said several Chinese have been arrested and investigations were continuing. He said the network was

Sayonara, Kyokoma [ARTICLE]

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Sayonara, Kyokoma KOBE. Prl. Japan's oldest active geisha. 88-year-old Kyokoma Hanakuma. has retired. About 100 patrons, business and financial leaders in western Japan, toasted her retirement last night after a 71--year career. Reuter.

UN adopts draft on French nuclear tests [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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UN adopts draft on French nuclear tests NEW YORK, Fri. 11 The U.N. General Assembly's main political committee yesterday voted overwhelmingly to adopt a 13-nation Pacific and Asian draft resolution aimed at stopping French nuclear tests in the South Pacific. The committee voted 106 In favour to four against with

Murder car charge [ARTICLE]

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Murder car charge PARIS. Pri. Police arrested a French woman physiotherapist yesterday and charged her with complicity in the killing here on Monday of a Syrian journalist. Miss Theres Lebevre. 45. was charged with lending her car on the night of the murder to the men who shot 36-year-old Kourou

A million to share [ARTICLE]

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A million to share LONDON. Fri. A gang of thieves get away with almost one million half penny pieces yesterday when they hija«ed a van containing about £55.000 in newly-minted coins. The total haul consisted of about 5) tons of SO pence pieces and £4.600 in halfpennies. The daylight raid

JAIL FOR MANSON CASE NEWSMAN WHO SAID 'NO' [ARTICLE]

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JAIL FOR MANSON CASE NEWSMAN WHO SAID 'NO' LOS ANGELES, Fri. A newspaper reporter who claimed that Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton and Frank Sinatra were on a death list kept by the Charles Manson "larruly" was jailed today for ref using to disclose his source. Judge Charles Older who presided

Nuclear 'knock-out' [ARTICLE]

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Nuclear 'knock-out' VVASttINOTONi FU. American antl-ballistlc missiles Intercepting incoming; enemy rockets could knock out electrical power systems over much of the United States, civil de.ence chief John Davis warned yesterday. He said electro-magnetic pulses from a high altitude nuclear explosion could devastate power plants and radio stations, as well as

Needle cure for Wallace [ARTICLE]

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Needle cure for Wallace MONTGOMERY. Pri. Alabama's Governor George Wallace, paralysed from the waist down by a would-be assassin's bullet, may be treated by a Hong Kong acupuncturist, ac- cording to his doctor. Dr. Hamilton Hulchinson said I that the Governor had been examined by Prof. Lok-Kee- < Yung, a

—I'11 destroy you, Bhutto warns rightwing opponents [ARTICLE]

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—I'11 destroy you, Bhutto warns rightwing opponents PESHAWAR, Friday. PRESIDENT Bhutto warned yesterday he would crush any movement launched against him over the question of recognising Bangladesh. The people and police of Pakistan were with the Government he said. There have been threats from right-wing political opponents that they would

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Court's no to Sunday paper story [ARTICLE]

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Court's no to Sunday paper story LONDON, Fri. The British High Court today blocked publication of a newspaper article which it said could sway litigation now going on over compensation for children deformed by the drug thalidomide. Lord Chief Justice Wldgery said the article sche duled for publication in the

Dirt death trap [ARTICLE]

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Dirt death trap MEMPHIS. Frl. ffl Five workmen were trapped beneath 25 feet of dirt In a cave-In yesterday and rescue workers fald they could not get an air hose through to the victims. They hoped to reach some type of pocket In the cave-in which would allow the hose

Peron returns to a ring of steel [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Peron returns to a ring of steel 35,000 TROOPS GUARD AIRPORT BUENOS AIRES, I Friday fORMER dictator Juan Peron ended 17 years of exile today and returned to Argentina and an uncertain future in a land already caught up in n small scale proPeronist navy mutiny and several confrontations between

RUSSIA KEEN TO STUDY TROOPS CUT PROPOSAL [ARTICLE]

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RUSSIA KEEN TO STUDY TROOPS CUT PROPOSAL MOSCOW, Friday. fHE Soviet Union has indicated willingness to study the proposal for force reductions in Central Europe but is likely to view formal commitment to a conference with some reserve, political observers said here last night. Western nations have Invited the Soviet

Videophone for Japan this year [ARTICLE]

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Videophone for Japan this year TOKYO, FTi. Japan will introduce videophone services combining telephone with TV— this year, the Telegraph and Telephone Corporation announced today. The first official subscriber would be the liberal Democratic Party, which has a teat line between its headquarters and the Prime Minister* official residence about

Given up for dead [ARTICLE]

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Given up for dead ATHENS. Frl. An air and sea search for 44 officers and seamen from the 743-ton Greek troop carrier Merlin, which tank off Piraeus on Wednesday wat called off last night. The ship went down In calm sea and fine weather on Wednesday after a collision with

Eye to eye [ARTICLE]

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Eye to eye HONQ KONO. Frl. China and Luxembourg have agreed to establish diplomatic relations aa from yesterday, the New China Newt Agency reported Reuter.

£10 million ship order [ARTICLE]

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£10 million ship order T O.NDO.N, Frt. Britain's Canard Line announced last night that It had ordered a new one-class cruise liner built in Danish and Italian shipyards for ClOm. The new vessel, expected to be about 14,004 tons and capable of carrying 800 passengers, was ordered abroad after three

Britain's willing but the Chieftain is out [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Britain's willing but the Chieftain is out f ONDON. Frt. Brl- tain is negotiating a multi-million dollar arms deal with Egypt but la rejecting some of President Sadat's requests for weapons deemed offensive. Government sources, reporting this yesterday, said British readiness to sell arms to Cairo flowed in part from

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MARGRETHE HOLDS THE (ROYAL) FIELD AGAINST THE PRESS [ARTICLE]

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MARGRETHE HOLDS THE (ROYAL) FIELD AGAINST THE PRESS SREDENSBORG (Denmark), Fri. Queen Margrethe today fielded a barrage of questions ranging from politics to the length of her husband's hair during the first Press conference ever given by a reigning Danish monarch. Although a veteran of about a dozen such gatherings

Just the job [ARTICLE]

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Just the job COPENHAGEN. Prt.— Former Danish Prime Minister Jens Otto Krag, 68. Is considering taking a Job as a university lecturer In politics Reuter.

Heath tells off the extremists [ARTICLE]

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Heath tells off the extremists gELFAST, Fri. Prime Minister Edward Heath yesterday warned Protestant extremists here that any attempt to seize unilateral independence for Northern Ireland would be followed by "a bloodbath." And he pledged that Britain would continue to do all it could to stamp out terrorism in this

Welcome news about bad teeth... [ARTICLE]

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Welcome news about bad teeth... NEW YORK, Fri A 1 British dentist claimed today a breakthrough In dentistry with a vaccine that would reduce tooth decay by about 90 per cent. Dental surgeon Geoffrey Smith of London said that there was no risk at all Involved In taking his vaccine,

Parole plea for Calley [ARTICLE]

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Parole plea for Calley WASHINGTON. Prt. The Army has ordered three-officer clemency review board to vMt l»t U William U Caller laU thU month at Fort Bennlng. Georgia, to hear his appeal for parole from the 30-year sentence he received for mass murder at My Lai Calley was sentenced to

Petrosian for chess tournament [ARTICLE]

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Petrosian for chess tournament CAN ANTONIO dVxas». Fri. Former world champion Tlgran Petrosian of the Soviet Union heads lllusirous field ot chessmasters who will compete in an international tournament starting here on Sunday Petrosian. who lost his world title to lellow countryman Boris Spas.sky three years ago. will be one

Ocean link [ARTICLE]

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Ocean link TOKYO, FTI. Kawasaki Klsen Kalsha. a Japanese shipping firm, announced yesterday It will inaugurate a mo.. tin liner service between Communist China and Canada in February. AP

Aussies tighten quarantine rules to guard against cholera [ARTICLE]

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Aussies tighten quarantine rules to guard against cholera CANBERRA, Friday FEDERAL Health Minister Sir Kenneth Ander- son today announced a tightening up of quarantine regulations aimed at guarding against any further Introduction of cholera into Australia. The Government announcement comes after a cholera outbreak here during the last two weeks

Thanks to Kelly [ARTICLE]

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Thanks to Kelly MFLBOURNK. Prt. A rifle belonging to the Australian bandit Ned Kelly was sold for AM.OOO (about 16.700) to a Sydney art dealer. Mr Barry Stern, at an auction here yesterday. The gun. a Snider Enfleld 55 long rifle, was owned by Mlsi Mary Luplau. of New Zealand,

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The look that says 'so glad to be here...' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The look that says 'so glad to be here...' U*EW words were spoken r but the message was clear they were glad to be here, and their faces showed it. Such was the exuberance of these three Japanese Misses Yoyol Sekl, Sanae Honda and Michiyo Haraguchi, who arrived on board

Motorcyclist killed [ARTICLE]

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Motorcyclist killed MOTORCYCLIST Lee Song Meng. 32. of Ponggol. was killed when he was Involved in a collision with a lorry at the Junction of Duneam Road and Adam Road at 430 am. yesterday. Eye-witnesses are asked to contact the traffic police.

Check air schedules for next week [ARTICLE]

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Check air schedules for next week WAR GAMES MAY AFFECT FLIGHTS TKA V K LLERS in Singapore and Malaysia who intend to fly on Nov. 22 and 23 were advised yesterday to check their flight schedules as air traffic is likely to be affected by a major 24-hour air defence

Cabaret fined $200 [ARTICLE]

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Cabaret fined $200 GREAT World Cabaret Pte. Ltd. of Kirn Sens: Road, was fined $200 for employing Slow Chong Giok as manager without a permit on March 6. It pleaded guilty

Lottery fine [ARTICLE]

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Lottery fine LIM Bee Ngoh. 44. a housewife, was fined $2,000 yesterday for assisting in carrying on chap-ji-kee in a house in Siiat Road at 015 pm. on Nov. 3. She pleaded guilty.

2 teenage workers hurt in toy factory [ARTICLE]

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2 teenage workers hurt in toy factory TWO teenagers were injured while working on their machines in a toy factory which had employed them without permits from the Labour Ministry, a magistrate's court was told yesterday. Leow Chuan Shiot, a 12-year-old boy, had to have two of his fingers in

Two youths admit birds theft [ARTICLE]

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Two youths admit birds theft TWO boys. Tan Beng Chuan. 17. and Teo Cheng Ouan. 16. yesterday admitted stealing three birds worth about $370 belonging to Ooh Lav Kuang of Toa Fayoh. The court heard that on the morning of Nov. 11. Mr. Ooh found hls birds a raerobok, a

MX pill fine [ARTICLE]

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MX pill fine HAN Kai Kwang was fined |70 yesterday by a magistrate's court for having an MX pill at Dalhousle Lane on Thursday. He pleaded guilty.

Arrested fishermen to return soon [ARTICLE]

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Arrested fishermen to return soon EIGHT Singapore fishermen arrested in February by Burmese authorities for allegedly violating territorial waters will return to Singapore soon. Singapore Marine Products Workers Union said yesterday that it had received a letter from them stating that they would return on Nov. 28. The union wrote

Y's Men's Club to open area office in S'pore? [ARTICLE]

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Y's Men's Club to open area office in S'pore? FS a toss between Singapore and Hong Kong for the site of an area office to cover eight districts or regions. Including Asia. Australia and New Zealand, for the V's Men's International. This was disclosed yesterday by the Immediate Past International

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Beware of conmen with the 'round' turbans [ARTICLE]

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Beware of conmen with the 'round' turbans Rfc Sikh Missionary Society yesterday warned the public against giving donations and goodwill money to bogus collectors who come from India carrying James Bond briefcases to solicit cash in the name of Guru Nanak. A spokesman said that these collectors, estimated to number

Annual meeting [ARTICLE]

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Annual meeting THE Singapore Family Benefit Society will hold Its annual meeting at the St. Andrew's Cathedral Memorial Hall on Nov. 24 at 5.15 pm

Outraged girl's modesty [ARTICLE]

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Outraged girl's modesty Zalnal Abldin 42. of Malaysia, was yesterday fined $150 after being found guilty In a magistrate's court of outraging the modesty of a 20-year-old girl. The It'Cldent took place on Oct. 22 at Pagoda Street. The girl was wearing a mini skirt.

'Floating' classes' next year [ARTICLE]

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'Floating' classes' next year WASIE KWEE By PLAN TO ABSORB EXTRA NEW STUDENTS THK Education Ministry is to start "floating classes" in secondary schools next year. These classes, at Secondary 1 level, is to accommodate the unexpectedly high number of successful candidates in the Primary School Leaving Examination this year.

Judgment is reserved in Ralph case [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Judgment is reserved in Ralph case T.F. HWANG By JUDGMENT was reserved yesterday in an appeal by Patrick George foalph, 41), who was convicted and jailed for two yean for defrauding his Auckland based insurance company of $102,784. Mr. Michael Kempster, QC, of London, had in the four-day hearing raised

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Shout for help if you are held up [ARTICLE]

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Shout for help if you are held up AN EFFECTIVE DETERRENT TO STREET ROBBERIES WHEN you are held up by street robbers, the best thing to do is SHOUT FOR HELP. For, according to the police yesterday, this has been found to be an effective way of deterring street robbers

Religion must never be source of friction, says Lee [ARTICLE]

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Religion must never be source of friction, says Lee MR. Lee Kuan Yew has said that religion In a secular state like Singapore must never become a source of friction and animosity between the different religious groups. The Prime Minister said this in a message in the Buddhist Union's 35th

M-cyclist dies in collision [ARTICLE]

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M-cyclist dies in collision MOTOR-cycllst Rala bin Hassim. 21, died on the way to Taman Jurong Hospital after a head-on collision with a bus at the Junction of International Road and Corporation Road In Jurong at 6.30 p.m. on Thursday.

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Straits Times Crossword ACROSS (t) ST^^^rt !Sr" thebC rd 7 B»°Venly deputy-head de.to get port (9). trora unit* rki 10. 'The ?l»herman'. lament" 8 Beetle ttat «*ti up Run* (4) 11. Immediate erldence of tun your t'me (S S) IJ. Call to collect nsn. moTlnc PhlllD Mark>w# (4 s t»

Pint-size Zapanta packs a lot of boom [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Pint-size Zapanta packs a lot of boom rE little man stands pretty tall at 4 ft. 11 Ins. —heightened by a big, big voice booming with apassionato. I stopped growing at the age of 16," said German Zapanta of the Los Pinchos—the Filipino band now playing at the Hyatt Singapore

MAKING THE MOTOWN SCENE AGAIN [ARTICLE]

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MAKING THE MOTOWN SCENE AGAIN GERRY DE SUVA ROCK: BY lIHIAT'S that from my kid-sister's room? It had a ring of familiarity, but the volume drowned out everything Wait a minute. I've got It! It was the all too familiar sounds of Motown back again after 11 year: In the

Fast buck folly... NIGHT OUT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Fast buck folly NIGHT OUT WHEN A BRIBE WONT GET YOU ANYWHERE... HAD never known bribery or attempted bribery to do anyone proud. But a recent incident involving indiscretion on the part of mv guest did just that. It left me embarrassed. But then, was I proud. It had begun

Two in the family was one too many lUi mum to stomach [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Two in the family was one too many lUi mum to stomach rpHE only person who has managed A to stay unimpressed disappointed In fact with Nablla Abaza's art is her mother. "She worked herself up Into a rage when I chose to become a professional belly-dancer," explained the Egyptian

RUSSIAN DATE [ARTICLE]

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RUSSIAN DATE REMINDER: See you at the v USSR Circus on Stage a three-day circus fiesta starting next Wednesday. More than 30 showmen will be flown In by aeroflot to provide evenings of fun for the family. Tickets for the shows the programme is still not known can be bought

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Cargo pile-up at Port Klang gets worse [ARTICLE]

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Cargo pile-up at Port Klang gets worse SHIPS SAIL WITH 10 PC LOAD KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. Port Klang has been hit by a cargo pileup with ships leaving without full loads. The congestion started more than two weeks ago. Following Intervention by Tan Sri Manlckavasagam the Minister of Labour, the'

$5.3 m budget for Seventh-Day Adventists [ARTICLE]

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$5.3 m budget for Seventh-Day Adventists THE annual convention of the Far Eastern Division of Seventh-Day Adventists ended yesterday with the adoption of a $5.3 million budget for the coming year. The Par East Division president. Mr. Paul H. Eldrtdge of Singapore, urged delegates to take up the challenge of

ITA ends regional meeting to improve air travel [ARTICLE]

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ITA ends regional meeting to improve air travel mHE International Ai r X Transport Association yesterday ended a two-day Asia and South pacific area conference to Improve marketing ethics and eliminate malpractices. The chairman of the meeting, lATA's regional director Mr. Roy McOowan, said: "The meeting reiterated that a well

Quit notice [ARTICLE]

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Quit notice THE Peoples Front has been servrd with a notice to quit Its premises In Zlon Road.

79 WARSHIPS SAILED IN LAST YEAR [ARTICLE]

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79 WARSHIPS SAILED IN LAST YEAR SEVENTY-nine warships and fleet auxiliaries of 10 foreign nations visited Singapore port last year, with the Americans topping the list with 37 vessels. The other naval vessels belonged to Britain (12), •Malaysia (11), Indonesia (eight), Pakistan (four). South Korea and France (two each), Australia,

Toto win [ARTICLE]

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Toto win THE $20,000 prtee In Thursday's Toto Draw. No. 91/73 has been won by three participants. The jackpot for Sunday's Toto n mains at (108,000.

Warning to the bosses who 'cheat' on shares [ARTICLE]

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Warning to the bosses who 'cheat' on shares KUALA LUMPUR, Frl. Umno Youth will take action against certain employers who tried to "cheat" the Government about ownership of shares In their factories, the president, Datuk Harun Idrls said today. "Pretending to conform to government policy of encouraging workers to hold

Choral society contest [ARTICLE]

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Choral society contest THE Lee Howe Choral Society will present a concert at the Victoria Theatre on Saturday and Sunday to mark its 20th anniversary. Fifty choristers under the baton of Madam Tay Lee Howe, the society's founder and one of the pioneers of choral music here, will present a

PO savings interest up [ARTICLE]

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PO savings interest up KUALA LUMPUR. Pri.— The post office savings Interest will be Increased from 4 per cent to *Vi per cent from Jan. 1 next year. Finance Minister Tun Tan Slew Sin. who announced this today, said that this was because of the strong financial position of the

Japanese businessmen told: Be modest, respectful [ARTICLE]

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Japanese businessmen told: Be modest, respectful JAPANESE businessmen In Singapore and in J other countries need to "re-adjust their behaviour", Mr. Keizo Saji, the adviser of a Japanese fact-finding mission said yesterday. Mr. Saji, a member of the 18-man South-east Asia Socio-Economic Mission said: "Japanese businessmen should remain modest and

$20,000 raid [ARTICLE]

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$20,000 raid KUALA LUMPUR. Frl A "Black Raincoat" gang raided a chop In Jalan Alor here during a pr*-dawn thunderstorm today and got away with office equipment worth more than $20,000

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COURT IS TOLD OF FLARE-UP BY DAVID [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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COURT IS TOLD OF FLARE-UP BY DAVID Gold Bars Murder trial THE Gold Bars murder trial heard yesterday how one of the accused, David Chou Hock Heng, 34, f lew into a temper when first approached by police investigating the murders. He had to be calmed down by his brother,

SINGAPORE FILM FOR ASEAN FESTIVAL [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE FILM FOR ASEAN FESTIVAL BANGKOK, Fri. Singapore will enter a documentary, "Singapore Expression," at the Eighth South-east Asian Nations (ASEAN) film festival which will begin here from Tuesday. Malaysia is expected to submit three documentaries and two feature films while Indonesia will show two of each. Other countries taking

Chit fund scooters auctioned [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Chit fund scooters auctioned BERNARD DORA" By THIS neat row of scooters and mo-tor-cycles went under the hammer yesterday. It was among the fifth lot of property belonging to chit fund companies, now being wound up, to be auctioned. The bidding took place at the Central Supplies Office at Kandang

FIRM IS ACCUSED OF 'IGNORING' COURT ORDER [ARTICLE]

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FIRM IS ACCUSED OF 'IGNORING' COURT ORDER SOON Seng Battery Plates Manufacturing Co. Ltd. was charged yesterday with ignoring a court order and operating a factory at Lorong Terrak for 194 working days. Three of its executives were charged with "facilitating" the company in allegedly committing the offences. The company

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Three-day open house at five fire stations [ARTICLE]

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Three-day open house at five fire stations THE Singapore Fire Brigade will open the doors of six of its fire stations to the public for three days in conjunction with the Fire Brigade Week which begins on Wednesday. Open house at the Central, Alexandra, Bukit Tlmah. Oeylang, Serangoon and Sembawang

VC absentee [ARTICLE]

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VC absentee VIGILANTE Corps member. Supatl bin Bald, 20, was fined $300 yesterday for missing ln.» deployment training at Tlong Bahru Secondary School and Bouna Vi.'ta Camp from Oct. 22 lust rear to Oct. 24.

DON'T MAKE QUICK PROFITS' ADVICE TO BUMIPUTRAS [ARTICLE]

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DON'T MAKE QUICK PROFITS' ADVICE TO BUMIPUTRAS KUALA LUMPUR, Friday TRADE and Industry Minister Encik Khir Johari today cautioned bumiputras against making a fast buck on the share market. one 'mushroom' martial arts establishments in Singapore will accept any Tom, Dick or Harry provided he could pay tuition fees which

Organisation course for executives [ARTICLE]

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Organisation course for executives THE Singapore Institute of Management will organise an eight-session course on factory organisation for production executives, beginning on Dec. 14. Course lecturers are Mr. N. Varaprasad. a lecturer In the department of Industrial and .systems engineering. University »f Singapore, and Mr. Eddie Chng. an Industrial engineer

Martial arts 'open season' danger [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Martial arts 'open season' danger Some may use skill for 'anti-social purposes' THK danger in popularising martial arts among the people lies in the lisk that the unscrupulous and the criminal-minded may acquire them for anti-social purposes in Singapore, where there is no law to prevent anyone from taking it

WALKIE TALKIE COPS NAB ROBBERY SUSPECT [ARTICLE]

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WALKIE TALKIE COPS NAB ROBBERY SUSPECT N G. KUTTY By AlO-MAN police party equipped with walkietalkies yesterday arrested a man believed to be responsible for at least 10 robberies in Toa Payoh. His accomplice, known to the police as "Shortie." fled through a heavy lunch-time crowd. Following a tip-off, the

AEB course on electrical engineering [ARTICLE]

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AEB course on electrical engineering THE Adult Education Board is conducting a twopart course in electrical engineering practice at its Kirn Keat centre later this month. Part one on advanced electrical technology will begin on Nov. 22 and part two on generation and transmission of electrical energy on Nov. 25.

'Country first' for man on the Peacock Throne [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Country first' for man on the Peacock Throne SHCN SWEE YONG I-" L WHAT'S life on the Peacock Throne like? "Just like any other royal life in a constitutional monarchy! Country first, pleasure second," Dr. H. E. Zial, a senator of Teheran, said yesterday. He should know this because Dr.

Drunk fined [ARTICLE]

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Drunk fined JAAPAR bin Ibrahim, 25. a labourer, was fined $30 by a magistrate's court yesterday when he pleaded guilty to being drunk and lncapabk at Jalan Eunos en Thursday

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'Only the best people to run museum' [ARTICLE]

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'Only the best people to run museum' TCNCIK Sha'arl Tadln. Ej Parliamentary Secretary (Culture), yesterday spelt out the qualifications needed of the officers the Government Is recruiting to run the National Art Gallery and Museum. He said the officers should be dynamic and imaginative and always aware of the need

Budget day [ARTICLE]

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Budget day KUALA LUMPUR. Pit— Finance Minister Tun Tan Slew Sin announced today that Budget day will be on Dec. 6.

Trade fairs must help consumers to choose local goods [ARTICLE]

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Trade fairs must help consumers to choose local goods fRADE fairs and exhibitions should be aimed at developing consumer preference for local goods, Encik Othman Wok, the Minister for Culture, said yesterday. "If they are merely sporadic efforts* for sale of goods on the spot, then little purpose will be

WARNING ON POPULATION GROWTH [ARTICLE]

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WARNING ON POPULATION GROWTH KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. The world population will continue t* grow rapidly for M yean in spite of family planning, secretary-general of the International Planned Parenthood Federation, Mis* Jull* Henderson, said today. This was because of the larre number of children born during the "baby boom" after

Keppel yard dinner [ARTICLE]

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Keppel yard dinner Keppel Shipyard Pte. Ltd. will hold Its second retirement awards dinner at the Keppel Officers' Club. Buklt Chermln. on Nov. 25. A total of 43 retiring employees will receive awarcU from Mrs. O. E Bogaars. wife of the chairman of the yard.

Crown Agents chief for financial review here [ARTICLE]

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Crown Agents chief for financial review here T3E chairman of the Crown Agents, Mr. C.J. Hayes, will arrive here for a two-day visit on Dec. 4 to review Its extensive financial and merchant banking Interests In Singapore He win also hold discussions with the resident representative. Mr. R3. WUcock, before

'Dangerous' busman [ARTICLE]

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'Dangerous' busman BUS driver Pat Hon Hodl was fined $500 when he pleaded guilty to driving dangerously at the Hill Street Junction with Coleman Street on June 30. The court heard that Pat drove hl& bus against the traffic lights and collided with two cars that were travelling along Coleman

Breach of trust charge denied [ARTICLE]

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Breach of trust charge denied LEE Chwee Seong denied yesterday charge of criminal breach of trust of electronic goods, worth $40,300 belonging to Mlej Wong Suet Pun at Bencoolen Street between Feb. 22 and Mar 13. The caw will be mentioned In a district court on Nov. 35. Ball of

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The Straits Times SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1972 CASE FOR CHANGE [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1972 CASE FOR CHANGE r*ASE approached its first annual general meetv ing somewhat defensively, listing the problems which would have to be surmounted before organised consumer vigilance could be effective. The Consumers' Association enters its second year facing a greater challenge: to redefine its

FOCUS ON THE GERMAN ELECTION

BRANDT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BRANDT BERNARD MELUNSKY By Billed as Chancellor of Confidence he has a very striking ability to flourish in the face of adversity A blend of statesman and super-star gONN: Whistlestopping his way through West Germany up to six speeches a day, six days a week Willy Brandt projects an image

Nation has been split, says Dr Barzel [ARTICLE]

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Nation has been split, says Dr Barzel |YR. RAINER Barzel, leader of the opposition to Chancellor Brandt, wound up his election campaign with the charge that the Govment had divided the nation behind the people's back. Dr. Barzel has appeared Increasingly confident in recent weeks, a confidence reflecting the West

Office space haggle [ARTICLE]

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Office space haggle WILLIAM CAMPBELL By FRMS shopping around for office space in Singapore are finding it easier to get discounts on "listed" rentals because of the growing availability of new office accommodation. "There is a lot of bargaining going on," remarked one developer. Though there is no pronounced over-supply

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Caught napping—an underworld 'judge' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Caught napping— an underworld 'judge' K. S. SIDHU By P9 t^^",, have arrested an underworld 'judge" a gangster reputed to be an authority on gang law, who is paid to pass judgment in secret society disputes. Th t^ a w onl y 22 w as arrested by police while he

Charged with robbing detective [ARTICLE]

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Charged with robbing detective MOHAMED Dom bin Kadir. 24, unemployed, was yesterday charged with robbing detective Davy Chan Fook Hua of his revolver and four bullets at Labrador Villa forest reserve at 1 p.m. on Oct. 29. The charge alleged that he committed the robbery with Mustafah bin Hassan, who

HK TO HOST NEXT BRIDGE CONTEST [ARTICLE]

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HK TO HOST NEXT BRIDGE CONTEST HONG Kong has been elected to host the 17th Far East Bridge Federation championships next year, federation delegates decided here yesterday. Thailand offered to host the 18th tournament in 1974. At the end of yesterday's play, Singapore led the women's teams with 61.86 victory

Graduation [ARTICLE]

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Graduation MR. Lek Eng Khlang. deputy superintendent of the Mercantile Marine Office, will present certificates to 49 "graduates" of the Training Ship Singapore today at 10 a.m. on board the ship.

Accident not reported [ARTICLE]

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Accident not reported ORIENTAL Supply Co. of Hoe Chiang Road, was fined 1100 yesterday when It pleaded guilty in a magistrate* court to falling to submit to the Commissioner of Labour, a notice of accident within 10 days of its occurrence on Nov 3 last year. Mrs. E. J. Denholm-Young.

One-way at Lermit Road [ARTICLE]

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One-way at Lermit Road LERMIT Road has become a one-way street temporarily with traffic flow from Na&slm Road to Cluny Road only to facilitate the laying of cables which wUI take the PUB three weeks to complete. Nearly half of the width of the road will be closed to traffic

Training for 300 a year [ARTICLE]

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Training for 300 a year rpHE $4-mlllion traln•l ing school to be set up by the Rollel group here and the Economic Development Board will train 300 technicians annually. According to the chairman of the group, Dr. H. Peesel. half of them would be recruited for Rollel and the rest

Violinist Lynette picked for music camp [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Violinist Lynette picked for music camp SINGAPORE, violinist and pianist, Lynette Seah. 14 (above), has won the honour of being one of two Asians chosen to attend a prestigious music camp in Adelaide, Australia. She beat musicians from four other South-east Asian countries (Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and Korea) to win

Suicide jump [ARTICLE]

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Suicide jump A CORONER yesterday recorded a verdict of suicide on a 56-year-old man. jobless for the last 10 year:, who fell from a block of flats In Aljunled Road on Oct 24.

Goh tells why the Govt set up Toto [ARTICLE]

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Goh tells why the Govt set up Toto DEFENCE Minister Dr. Goh Keng Swee yesterday reminded Singaporeans why the Government established Toto. In an aside in the speech at the Consumer Association of Singapore's first annual general meetIng Dr. Ooh said: "Recently, in my talk to INCOME (at the NTUC

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Of Toto, lotteries and that El Dorado mentality [LETTER]

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Of Toto, lotteries and that El Dorado mentality WHERE THE STAKE IS SMALL AND THE PRIZE MONEY 816 DO not agree with the views of "Whited Sepulchre" in his letter (S.T., Nov. 16) that indulging in Toto and buying a lottery ticket can create an El Dorado mentality. This kind

Untitled [LETTER]

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I WENT to the Malaysian High Commission on Nov. 9 to renew my car pass. As expected there was a long queue, and after an awful sweat, it came to my turn. I produced my road tax disc, Insurance certificate, identity card, old car pass and car registration book collection

Untitled [LETTER]

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IN the past Pre-U Two school leavers have been called-up for fulltlme national service in December, only two weeks after their H3C exams. Could It be possible for the authority concerned to call us up In March after the results are reieaseu. Besides giving us a much needed break. It

Agony of the long wait [LETTER]

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Agony of the long wait WE wish to bring to the attention of the Ministry of Health that the facilities at casualty ward of the Thomson Road General Hospital are inadequate. This is probably due to either lack of personnel or poor administration, i Our company does not send injured

FOUND... [LETTER]

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FOUND... I FOUND a slide rule while waiting for the bus recently. The owner can contact me at tel XXXXX2 ext. 8, during office hours. PETER (iHl.l Singapore 3

Where Block One isn't 1st block [LETTER]

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Where Block One isn't 1st block firOULD the authorities TT concerned please tell all postmen serving the Kallang Estate the difference between BLOCK ONE and Ist BLOCK in this area? An address marked "Ist Block" may not necessarily be block number one. I don't know how they named this area,

Untitled [LETTER]

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WORR I E D Parent." »T wants to "Stop lovers from taking over a park" (ST.. Nov. 15). Don't lovers have as much right as anyone to be In parks? Where do you want them to go? To the hotels? IN DEFENCE OF LOVKRS. Singapore 3

Getting those vehicles out of the way [LETTER]

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Getting those vehicles out of the way THE ROY should set up a special squad to tow away vehicles which breakdown on busy roads and are left there longer than a reasonable period. The vehicle Is then detained until the owner pays a towing charge. I am sure this will

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Rises [ARTICLE]

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Rises ii.ni. 9ii.av i-«.i>» f. Bank $5.40 .66 I. Stint). 98.70 .55 t.L. Ind. $3.90 .42 IBS. $3.82 .36 I. Iron $7.80 .30 >. Bank $3.20 -I- .29 )unlop $6.30 .25 '.K.G.I. $4.66 22 Buildinc $3.04 .21 Land $3.44 +.20 Vearnet $7.50 4- .20 I. Darby $8.40 .20 '.M.C. $4.20

Falls [ARTICLE]

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Falls lurnr I M.P.H. imp v i $4 38 .XI $3.20 .06 $3.64 .08

Most active ttocki [ARTICLE]

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Most active ttocki C. Sugars 387.000 (.ula Perak 343.000 Town City 323.000 K.L. Ind. 284.000 Total Turnover: 5.43 M. Total Value: $14.35 M.

INDICES [ARTICLE]

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INDICES Industrials: SM4I SUM Hoteh: tMJM 229.M Properties: 351.M 363.4S Tins: IS4.U 1J4.45 rubbers: 227.25 2J7.13 Dee. St. I*M 1M 1 Dm. SI. IMS IN t Dec. M, INS IN

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES DID AND OPPIR PRICE* OFFI- CIALLY LIITID AT TNI CLOU Of BUtlNllt IM THI SINOAPORC ANO KUALA LUMPUR TRAOINO ROOMS OP THI STOCK IXCHANOt WITH PHICC MOVIMINTS IN BRACKITt TIITEROAY mni CLOSING TONE: Industrials, hotels and properties very steady while commodities were neglected. TURNOVER: Official total turnover as

ST index ends week 23 points up [ARTICLE]

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ST index ends week 23 points up rE stock market yesterday closed the week on a firm note with trading well spread out in industrials, hotels and properties. Like the previous week much of the buying interest towards the close had to go unsatisfied. Up-country support also picked up, especially

BUSINESS DONE [ARTICLE]

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BUSINESS DONE tjUSINESS In and reported to the Singapore and Kuala Lumpur trading rooms of the Stock Exchange yesterday with the number of shares traded shown In brackets In lots of I.OCO unless otherwise specified. INDUSTRIALS ACMA (10) 3.70. (1) 3.72. A. Tape (5, 2.32. (1) 2.28, (2) 230. AJinomoto

HIGHLIGHT [ARTICLE]

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HIGHLIGHT HOTEL SINGAPURA Intercontinental has been asked by the Stock Exchange why it has changed Its plans for the use of the property It recently bought through subsidiary Victoria Properties and Investment at Scotts Road, Singapore. In a letter to the company, the exchange drew attention to Slngapura's announcement in

CCM profits double [ARTICLE]

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CCM profits double |T was a bumper pro- fit earning year at Chemical Company of Malaysia In the twelve months ended September 1972. Net profits shot up by 106.3 per cent to a record $10.72 million. Net profits for the year, before pre-production and deferred revenue expenditure, exceptional losses and

COMMODITIES

Big rise in tin [ARTICLE]

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Big rise in tin POLLOWINO good overseas x support, the Straits tin price In Penang yesterday took a Jump of $4 to $610.25 per plcul on an official offering up one ton to 271 tons. The overnight London metal price was quieter than usual but forward buyers were quoted up

Gold markets [ARTICLE]

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Gold markets Thurtdsy WtdnMday UN u«s London t1.44 51. 973 Beirut 61. 50 62 35 HooKkooc (2.32 61.64 Zurich 81. SOB 52.008 81.608 (2.238 Paris ei.9o 62.14 BlDgspor« (1) 63.323 63.323 S Spore (2) 216.30 216 30 (1) Export price In non-sUrling sreas In US dollars per ounce. (2) Local

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES NOV. 17. BIBBER: 107.00 cents (up 1.00 cent). TIN: $«10.25 (up $4.00). Official offering: 271 tons (up one ton).

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES /^■HINIIf PRODUCE IXCHANOI, y SINCAPORE NOON CLOSING PRICU PER PICUL YESTERDAY Ceeenut 01': bulk 135 seller*, drum 136 sellers. Ce»rs: Mixed loose UK Com. 121 1 B. s>ssa«r: Muntok AST A white f.o.u. 100% NLW (210 sellers. Sarawak white f.o.b. M<t NLW 1200 sellers. Sarawak special black f.o.b.

Copper prices [ARTICLE]

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Copper prices London copper prices on Thursday (previous in brackets): Wlrebar Spot buyer H23.30 .£426 50) seller £426.00 (£427.00): Three months buyer f 436.30 ({437.00) seller (437.00 ((437.50). Market lene: Barely steady, sales 3.279 tool

PALM OIL [ARTICLE]

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PALM OIL In London on Thursday the palm oil prices of Malayan 3 per cent CIF UK/N European ports In bulk. Sterling per long ton. Dec. U ay was quoted »t UK f»S sellers or Coot. $220 sellers (unchanged).

RUBBER MOVES UP [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER MOVES UP QPENINO quotations In the rubber market yesterday were marked up fractionally on London advices. Interest was lacking and prices dipped half a cent on long liquidation. After mid-day, the market was a shade steadier but conditions were very quiet throughout and turnover was small. The morning session

SMR BUSINESS [ARTICLE]

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SMR BUSINESS T^AH.Y BMR prices Issued by the Malaysian Rubber Exchange and Rubber Association of Singapore at noon yesterday IMR SCV IMR 5L IMR S AIR 10 IMR 30 fMR 50 (Carrent Month) nvjen Sf Urn Cento per kf (I— ton Pallet i 107.00 108 008 (I— ton Pallet) 106

-EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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-EXCHANGE RATES T l £Ji M £!!i!? n 1 nl ln »Wsjsta. Singapore announced th«* beet agreed merchant rates as at Nov. IT- loc»i noimn u> one unu of Forrlfn Current > US Dollar Sterling Pound Australian Dollar Canadian Dollar New Zealand Dollar Local dollars to 100 unita of Foreign

Asian money market [ARTICLE]

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Asian money market Rates suppLed by P. Murray- Jones International (Sporr) ASIAN currency deposit rates for Friday. Nov. 17 US Dollars Offer Bid 7 days 5 4 3/4 1 mth 5 1/8 S 2 mths S 7/8 5 13/16 3 mths 5 7/8 S 13/16 6 mths 6 3/16 6

OVERSEAS MARKETS

MELBOURNE [ARTICLE]

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MELBOURNE MELBOURNE, Prl. Share prices continued to rise today, closing the week on a very firm note. Industrials turned in the best performances, with 124 stocks rising and only 36 losing ground. Brewers, retailers and tobacco stocks were again among the leaders. Mining rises comfortably outnumbered falls. Most rises were

NEW YORK [ARTICLE]

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NEW YORK \TEW YORK. Thurs. A tug of war between profittaking and new buying, which kept the market on an even keel most of the session was decided by a burst of lat«« demand that sent stocks into the winning column in brisk trading. While many analysts regarded the list

Indices [ARTICLE]

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Indices FINANCIAL TIMES T 'NS Thursday 0 n ws? RUBBERS 91M Thursday mms Wednesday lill* §53? SB eeK ago 295 05 INDUSTRIALS Thursday 4O i t Wednesday Jqi w^k ago DOW JONES AVERAGE INDUSTRIALS Thursday XXXXX9 iesda y 1003 16 week ago ggg 26 LONDON DOLLAR PREMIUM Thursday 33, to

HONG KONG [ARTICLE]

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HONG KONG JJONO KONO, Prl. The market opened steady and continued on the same note throughout the day with only minor fluctuations. After Wing On'i announcement of rights and bonus issues the shares flew up to HK52.400 a fantastic gain of $"00 H.K. Banks Local register fell to $330 while

Hong Kong rates [ARTICLE]

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Hong Kong rates Hon« Konic yesterday th.- U .s. flellei was quoted at f SJ2S for T.T. and 5.XXXXX (or sash. Stirling wai quoted at 13 12 art ene taal M isld at 412 Co

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MOTOROLA MALAYSIA Sdn. Bhd. MOTOROLA, an American-based multinational electronics manufacturer invites applications from mature, dynamic engineers and accountants who are MALAYSIAN CITIZENS and who wish to contribute to the establishment and future growth of our semiconductor manufacturing operations in Kuala Lumpur. FACILITIES ENGINEERS Civil, Mechanical or Electrical Engineers with general

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Mg^ ELECTRONICS SDN BHD IS EXPANDING TO MALACCA! Operation* at our Malacca Factory to manufacture Light Emitting Diodes i LED will commence en January 1, 1973. and will expand rapidly to 1000-1500 stall. Rewarding positions need to be filled with dynamic persons who are Interested in making a career in

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as m p-E Consulting Group Limited TRAFFIC MANAGER We are looking for a manager of consic.erable maturity and experience to take charge of the operation of the largest road haulage feet in Malaysia. The Traffic Manager will be responsible to the General Manager for the profitable operation of a fleet

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LEMBAGA KEMAJUAN PAHANG TENGGARA menjemput permohonan daripada warganegara Malaysia untuk mengisi Jawatan-jawatan berlkut. (I) Akauntan (II) Pegawai Penyemak Kontrek (Contracts Officer) (Hi) Jurn Ukur (lv) Jurutera Awam (v) Pegawai Pentadbir (vi) Abli Ekonomi (vli) Pembantu Trknik. Pemohon-pemohon hendaklah memlliki kelulusan Ikhtlsas yang dllktlraf. oajl permulaan adalah dalam lengkungan $1,500/- sebulan

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%^^NEPTUNE ORIENT LINES LTD vo»«M'i'>'.ii<ii(nie.<ors*cv(M. T ICB BUILDING 2 SHENTON \MAY SINGAPOBE 1 TEL XXXXX3-7 U.K. EUROPE SERVICf LOADING FOR LONDON, HAVRE, R'DAM, H"URG, BREMEN Singapori P. Kelanf Penang Arrives: NEPTUNE TOPAZ ll Pert London 19/12, Havn 24 12. R'dam, H'bvrg, Bremen. NEPTUNE AMIER 22/21 Bat 27/21 lac 31/31 Bt<

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MALAYSIAN INTERNATIONAL flft SHIPPING CORPORATION BERHAD m, Na3OE.Jln.Ampenci.Kwl.Lu.npof 4l The National Shipping Line of Malaysia OftESS SEatVICE T6 LOHIfIN, LIYIIirOOL/CJNTINENT WITS Tg Manl~™sTngapo!i~™tTK'eiang FenT!g~laa!3tTtr^ ■UNCA RAYA 1.15/11 Ntt 21/14 Nlf 15,11 Nat Ir-Mavre .0 12, R'dam 2J/U B'men29,l?, A'werp 31/12, L'pool 4/1. H'burg 15/1 lUNGA TERATAI HI 4 OIC 5/

SHIPS IN PORT [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS IN PORT JNI POPJT OP lINGAPOHI AUTHO RITV ANNOUNCID THI FOLLOWING ■■RTHIMO ARRANOKMINTS FOR NOV. IS. OUT: Caltes 115 1/2, Btrmat Blmral<ore S/4. PeUllng SO Weat, Olaas Lk :i Eaat, Hoel Maru 21, Eait aea 23 Ualayala Kita (followed by Vlahva Nayak) 42/ O. Kiiatin Bakke 4T, Mobil 4H.

Death [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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Death MR. yurk Kai Dong J MA. J.F. need 50 pinrd sway peacefully on 11th Not 1872. Iravinc behind wife, 5 ions and 4 daughter*. Cortege leave* 17, Fifth Avenue, Singapore 10, at I.OU p.m. or Sunday mh Not. 15»72 for Mount Vernon crematorium. No wreaths and scroll*.

IN MEMORIAM [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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IN MEMORIAM In lovlnc rormot/ of our twloved nain* MR. V. V. MIDELIAR who drpartrd l-om us on 18 Not. 1M». Sad.y mined by his torlnf witt, children and frandchUdrtn.

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3.8. "RAJULA" sailing for Madras on 21 November 1972. The above vessel will sail for Port Swettenham Penang. Nagapattlnam and Madras from Port of Singapore Authority Area on 21 November 1972 at 2.00 p m Embarkation will commence at 800 a.m. for Bunked Unbe-thed passengers and at 10.00 am for

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TECHNICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT MINISTRY OF EDUCATION SINGAPORE ADMISSION TO BAHARUDDIN VOCATIONAL INSTITUTE I PART-TIME COURSES (2nd January 1973 to Bth June 1973) Duration 6 month* 1 Men's Tailoring (Upgrading) Unit I I Men* Tailoring (Pattern Cutting) Unit I 3 Bindery Unit I 4 Bindery Unit IV 6 Compositor's Work Unit

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MAJOR INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION establishing Southeast Asia Headquarters in Singapore requires the following personnel: 1. CbMiCll ElgiMftT/CbMiSt: Salary |1,500 $2,200 p-m. Age: 25-35 years. Male, Singapore Citizen. Qualifications: University Degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering or Food Technology. Experience: 3 years in manufacturing industry preferably food processing. Duties and Implementation of quality

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CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT 5525.000 $$30,000 per annum A major group of companies in the manufacturing and marketing fields requires a top calibre Chartered Accountant who will be based at its head office in Singapore. The appointment offers a rewarding career with exceptional opportunities for the right man. Applications are invited from

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DEPUTY FINANCIAL CONTROLLER Our client Is a large and highly successful Singapore and Malaysian based Group of Companies engaged in manufacturing and distribution. The rapid growth In the scale of Its operations has necessitated the appointment of a Deputy Group Fimnclal Controller to be based in Singapore. This Is a

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SEMBAWANG SHIPYARD (PRIVATE) LIMITED INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING DIVISION B(A) QUALITY CONTROL/ WELDING DEVELOPMENT MANAGER (B) FOREMAN OF BOILERMAKERS (C) CHARGEMANOF BOILERMAKERS (D) BOILERMAKERS (E) WELDERS As a result of the continuing expansion of the Industrial Engineering Division we now require the following experienced personnel: (A) QUALITY CONTROL WELDING DEVELOPMENT MANAGER The

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§|hdb) for Vl me a fXX°^run?nT- POre I ™ÜBUCA™ON? ttNT: PUBUC RELATIONS OFFICER If you are aOnlveralty Oraduat* who hw a flair for writing and has experience In editing why not apply for a challenging posmon as PUBLIC RKLATIONB OPTICER (PUBUCAThe position offer* both job satisfaction and a salary commensurate

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iffj GENERAL MOTORS General Motors Overseas Distribution Corporation has the following challenging senior management positions for Singapore citizens L GOVERNMENT AND FLEET SALES MANAGER The Government and Fleet Bales Manager will have overall charge of commercial and fleet merchandising In the area. He will be required to analyse and evaluate

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li I. INTERNAL AUDITOIft 11. ACCOUNTANT A well established and prog) esslv: local bank with a network of bran: hes li L'.ngapore and overseas wishes to mak the following appointments In Its head office In Singapore. These positions offer suitably qualified Singapore citizens valuable financial experience as well as clearly

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PHILIPS SINGAPORE PRIVATE LIMITED TELECOMMUNICATIONS FACTORY 259 JALAN AHMAD IBRAHIM, JURONG, SINGAPORE 22. Requires: (1) ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ASSISTANT S3SSS oTSSffii, BKS. (2) PURCHASING ASSISTANT n lle% t ~nf I T 1 t r,h aY le^ 2 to 3 years of "PWience in tne neld of purchasing: good contact* with local

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THE ROAD TRAFFIC ACT (CHATTER 92) NOTICE OF INTENTION L'NDER SECTION 67 (2) 1 It Is hereby notified for general information that the Minister to' Communications intends to make an Order, to be cited as the rto&o Traffic (Thomson Road Bprlnt) Order. 1973 2 On Saturday. 35th November 1972. from

Announcements [ARTICLE]

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Announcements WE REGRET TO INFORM that the Drama Show organised by Young Women ft Men Association on 18 11 72 at Victoria Memorial Hall win he changed to a Social Dance on 3 12 72 at Adelphl Hotel 8 p.m Sorry for the inconvenience caused. By Committee.

Deaths [OBITUARY]

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Deaths EDWARD LAU CHENG HO passed away 16 11 72. Age 32. Leave* behind beloved wife and sons Wai Mun. Wai Ming. Wai Kwok and daughter Wai Ling Funeral leivinc residence for Chua Chu Kang Cemetery at 2 P m. on 19 11.72. MRS. MARY WARE passed away peacefully on

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11 classified advertisements Cla Tlte^o^te^cT lt %W GENERAL ADVKRTISEMENTS/Singipote only: SO cents a word. Minimum >7.50 for 1$ wotds. ROYAL DOULTON Sanltaryware: Klectric Water Heaters: SAPOR Dry Soap Dispensers: BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, all types: MIR A Bath Shower fitting; BAKERY OVENS and Equipments: waste DISPOSAL UNITS; BIRKETT Valves: Steam Fittings JUNO

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FOR IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENT by Air Charter Company 2 pilots CPL/ IR multl engines rating, light aircraft acceptable. Balance around 11.600 consisting $800 plus guaranteed revenue $8 per flying hour. Monthly flying hours about 100-120 Juniors will benefit by obtaining large aircraft type rating 2 Ground Engineers with P*W 2.800 CB-16,

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APPLICANTS replying to Box numbers for Vacancies ai c requested not to enclose original copies of testimonials or references wltli their applications. No responsibility can be accepted for their loss. A ppticants ar* also advised to write to Box numbers correctly and check them before posting. WANTED BY AN ESTABLISHED

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MALAY DRIVER fully experienced with clean driving licence for Chinese family living at 7| Mile Buklt Tlmah Road required to start work on December 1, 1972 Apply personally No. 77 Chun Tin Road anytime after 6.00 p.m. 1. BOOKKEEPER S. ACCOUNTS CLERK Appliiatlene are Invited from experienced iindldate* with th*

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REQUIRED EXPERIENCED OUTDOOR SALESMEN with wide contacts and possessing driving licence. App.y In own handwriting, staling age, qualifications, working experience to Box A XXXXX ST. Spore. IMPORT EXPORT FIRM requires an experienced Tamil Olrl Typist. Must have Senior Cambridge and able to correspond In English and Malay. For Interviews call

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TYPIST knowledge li. commercial correspondence and female Bookkeeper are required by trading company. Please reply 0.P.0 Box 3033 Spore 1. A CHINESE HOUSEKEEPER required for general housework for 3 adults. Good salary Live-in. 12-D, St. Thomas Walk, Spore 9. Tel: XXXXX3. •ALII REPRESENTATIVES and TECHNICIANS required by Engineering Firm. Able

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OAVID PHOA A SONS: District 11. Detached bungalow. 3-bedrooma. study, servant's amenities, carporch $1,300/- (furnished. 3-alrcondltlon-•ra). 2-Storey detached house. 3Bedrooms. study, lervant'e amenities, carporch $I,ooo'- (unfurnished). 2 Storey Calif ornlan type detached house. 4 Bedrooms, servant's amenities, carporch $1,950/- (furnished. Including TV. crockery, drapes, 4 alrcondit loners i Clementl Park:

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SEMI-DETACHED AND TERRACE HOUSES available furnished or unfurnished Immediate for occupation Contact XXXXX3 or XXXXX Harvey Avenue 8 pore 16. CLEMENTI PARK, new twj>-atorey detached bungalow DeslgApd and furnished by Dlethelm. Immediate occupation No brokers $2,300 p.m. Tel: XXXXX2. DETACHED 2-STOREY 4 BEDROOM ED BUNGALOW, bathroom attached, dlst. 16 Reasonable

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AIRCONDITIONERS AND RBFRI- OERATORS at special offer Aema, Sanyo. Norge, York. Frlgidalra. Carrier, Westlngnouee Contact Alia Alreondltlonlng Company 188, Upper East Coast Road B'pore 16 Tel: XXXXX2/4942*6 YOU NBVBR SBB THBM again. Handcrafted detachable Billiard cue* for 628 00 each only greatest discount In town never available anywhere. Laat few

In Memoriam [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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In Memoriam A Requiem High Mass will be sung ror the Departed Soul at Visitation Church. Paul Street. Seremban, today at 5.30 p.m. Your prayers and presence are earnestly solicited. Inserted by wife Anita, son Dynesh and parents. ANTO AUSTIN D CRUZ IB. A. Honn Born on 11. 1.36. Died

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I classified Seagstnrt cwly SO ce«t s wort. fm~i\ NSUMI. |7.50 to 1 1 ««<te. »T annolm i mi Ni/rmsoNAL HIRI FURCHASI Hoof Leong Finance offer flexible terms for your Hire Purchase requirements Advert Permit No. APOO9*. Tel: 9S4OS. INTNUIIAIT'I OAR A-*™ HIALIV Sports 1955 3SOO cc. fully reconditioned. $2,100.

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HADIAH BIASISWA NEGERI PAHANG 1971 Permohonan-Permohonan adalah dlpelawa darlpada Bumlputera dan Rakyat Negerl Pahang yang berkelayakan bagi mendapat Biasiswa Negeri Pahang untuk belajar dl Universltl-Unlversltl Tempatan dan laln-laln Universlti yang dl lktiraf oleh Kerajaan untuk tahun 1973/74. 2 Biasiswa Ini adalah untuk pengajlan-pengajian:— (a) Jurubina. b» Perancang Bandar dan Kampung.

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KENYATAAN TENDER JPT.. Tawaran akan diterlma dl Fcjabat Pengarah Parlt dau Tallalr Negerl. Perak. Ipoh dan ftmborong yang berdaftar dengan JPT.. dalam Kelas C. D E ißangunani hlngga Jam 12.00 tengah hari pada 23.11.1972 Ji.tuk: Memblna sebuah Pejabnt untuk Persatuan Peladang dl Batu 19. Jalan Ray a Ipoh Parlt Eeberang

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IN THE HIGH COURT IN MALAYA AT KUALA LUMPUB COMPANIES (WINDING-UP) NO. M OF 1971 In the Matter of Chi Llung <h Son Limited. And In the Matter of the Companies Act. 1965. Between Tong Chong Fah Petitioner And 1. Tong Lee Hwa 2. Tong Hut Peng (f) 3. Tong

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COMPANIES ACT 1985 NOTICE OF MEETING OF CREDITORS GLAMI TIN MINING COMPANY SUV BERHAD NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that pursuant to sub-section d) or Section 259 of the Companies Act. 1965. a Meeting or the Creditors of OLAMI TIN MINING COMPANY SDN., BERHAD will be held at the Registered Office.

TIMESPORT

Player leads by two strokes [ARTICLE]

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Player leads by two strokes RIO DE JANEIRO, Fri. South Africa's Gary Player shot a four-under-par 65 yesterday to lead a field of 150 golfers competing in the 27th Brazilian Open golf championship. Two strokes behind Player was Britain's Douglas McClelland. The 150 golfers Including 19 foreign players are vlelng

Still Ltd. 4-0 [ARTICLE]

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Still Ltd. 4-0 Still United trounced Roliel 4-0 In a friendly soccer match at Gcylang yesterday. Still, who led 2-0 In the first-half, scored their goals through Abdul Majld (2), Maksom Sanurl and Mohammed •Vusof.

Hit for six [ARTICLE]

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Hit for six Shell Sports Club hammered E<so 6-0 In the Inter-Oil soccer tournament at Fairer Park yesterday. In another match, Caltex beat Mobil 2-1.

Nastase moves fluently into -s-finals [ARTICLE]

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Nastase moves fluently into -s-finals- f ONDON, Frl. Hie Nastase, the temperamental Rumanian tennis star, turned on a dazzling display to reach the semi finals in the Dewar Cup indoor tournament here last night. Nastase, who has already clinched the $130,000 Commercial Union Grand Prix first prize, was at his

EBU want two-year ban on ref [ARTICLE]

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EBU want two-year ban on ref DOME. Fri— The European 1V Boxing Union (EBU) said yesterday they had asked for a two-year impfaiaa on Spanish referee Fernando Prrotti after his controversial handllnf of a European championship fi»ht last night Prrotti drew a storm of criticism after he disqualified French challenger

Singapore can reach final: Walker [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Singapore can reach final: Walker BANGKOK, Fri. Singapore coach Michael Walker expressed confidence of Singapore reaching the final of the fifth annual King's Cup soccer tournament which starts tomorrow. Five countries hosts Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia and South Korea are competing in the tournament. Walker, the British coach In the

Pakistanis face pace ace Lillee today [ARTICLE]

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Pakistanis face pace ace Lillee today MELBOURNE, Pri. The touring Pakistani cricketers finally confront Australian pace ace Dennis Lillee tomorrow after questions about their attitude to him ever since they left home. The tourists face Lillee for the first time in the four-day match against Western Australia starting In Perth.

Fifa suspend Best from 3 Cup games [ARTICLE]

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Fifa suspend Best from 3 Cup games ONDON, Frl.— George Best has been suspended from Northern Ireland's next three World Cup qualifying soccer matches, It was announced here yesterday. The disciplinary committee of Fifa suspended Best for being sent off in Northern Ireland's Group Six European zone match against Bulgaria

TENNIS STARS WED [ARTICLE]

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TENNIS STARS WED LONDON, Fri. Wendy Gilchrist, 22-year-old Australian tennis star, was married to British Davis Cupper John Paish yesterday and went straight from the ceremony to the Royal Albert Hall to play former Wimbledon champion Marraret Court. Mrs. Court, also of Australia, won 7-5, 6-1 in the women's round

Bugner rejects $270,000 offer to fight Ali [ARTICLE]

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Bugner rejects $270,000 offer to fight Ali LONDON, Frl. Andy Smith, manager of Britain's European heavyweight champion Joe Bugner, today rejected a $270,000 offer for Bugner to meet former world titleholder Muhammad All In New York's Madison Square garden next February. Mr. Smith said he preferred the Ali-Bugner fight to

WORLD CUP GAMES AT NINE VENUES [ARTICLE]

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WORLD CUP GAMES AT NINE VENUES BONN, Frl. The World Cup ■^organising committee of (FIFA) yesterday announced the cities In which the 1974 World Cup finals will be played. The committee, under the chairmanship of Britain's Sir Stanley Rouse, approved nine cities as playing sites. The opening game, featuring defending

Tour bonus for hockey team [ARTICLE]

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Tour bonus for hockey team ERNEST FRIDA By THE Singapore Hockey Association plan to send the national team, now under intensive training with < India's chief coach Balkrishan Singh, on a tour of India next year. SHA secretary Subramaniam Yogarajah said: "We are working closely with the Indian Hockey Federation

Dams stops Thye Seng in Round 2 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Dams stops Thye Seng in Round 2 JUMAAT Ibrahim has probably earned his ticket to Khmer. But hell regret that trip If he produces the same performance which earned him the bantamweight title at the SAFSA Open boxing championships at the SBA hall last night, reports PERCY SENEVIRATNE. With his

PUB win [ARTICLE]

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PUB win Public Utilities Board Recreation Club edged Kakl Buklt 3-2 In a friendly coccer match at Farrer Park yesterday.

Japan to get invite for karate meet [ARTICLE]

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Japan to get invite for karate meet PETER SIOW By JAPAN will be invited for the First Asian Pacific karate tournament to be held here in February. Earlier it waa decided that Japan be excluded from the meet because of their superior standard. Singapore Karate -do Federation secretary Dennis Ng.

Oxford lose [ARTICLE]

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Oxford lose LONDON, Fri— Major Stanley's XV beat Oxford University by 36 points to 8 In a Rugby Union match today.— Reuter.

ABC name team to play Europe [ARTICLE]

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ABC name team to play Europe THE first lnter-contlnen-tal badminton clash between Asia and Europe will be staged at Glasgow on March 17 next year one week before the All-Eng-land championships. The one-day meeting to be broken up in two sessions will feature three men's singles and two men's doubles,

NCR triumph [ARTICLE]

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NCR triumph NCR beat Slme Darby 4-3 In a friendly soccer match at Olllman barracks yesterday.

Interport chances fair, says Anura [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Interport chances fair, says Anura PERCY SENEVIRATNE By SINGAPORE'S hopes of grabbing a 2-1 lead in the coming cricket Interport in Hongkong will hinge heavily on all-round-ers Mike Scrutton, Jeya Kanaganagayam and opening bat Ashwini Chaturvedi. The team jetted off yesterday after skipper Anura de Silva had described their chances

Top seeds Hussein and Koh score easy victories [ARTICLE]

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Top seeds Hussein and Koh score easy victories rpHIRD seeded Michael M. Chan was humbled by K. Perera in the Police Novices Squash Championship at Thomson Road on Wednesday. In a five set thriller characterised by hard-hit-ting, Perera forced Michael to concede more errors with his long and deep drives.

Miller ahead after 2nd round [ARTICLE]

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Miller ahead after 2nd round /^HRISTCHLRCH, Fri American Johnny Miller V/ carded a four-under-par 68 to take a two-strokr halfway lead after the second round of theOUio Sunafn^d'ay 10 1 111 1 *< CUU 'K holeTf" «V.c o f ri r M WrdlM nlsh

Longer trip right for Box Office [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Longer trip right for Box Office [By EPSOM JEEP BOX OFFICE IV, a beaten favourite last week, can make amends In Race 6 at Ipoh today. This six-year-old will appreciate today's longer trip and with 8.3 he looks hard to beat. Bright Gold, winner of three races in his last

FOCUS ON FORM [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FOCUS ON FORM RAJA WANG: On the board seven times in eight starts this scasofi without winning; favourite In Div. 5 5Jf straight race last week and ran fourth with 9.0 to Crystal Tower (84) twice second at XL last month; great chance here. M\N OF MARS: Showed promise In

IPOH CARD [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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IPOH CARD GOING FORECAST: Soft to heavy lIIWM 2.15 CLASS 4, DIV. 5— 6F '.H^M ,$7,000 $4,900 to winner) 1 XXXXX RAJA WANC a (XL Chong) Trh 3 9.0 (same, bin fa»t SP M. Las S 2 XXXXX MAN OF MARS a (Daktl) E Breukelen 4 1.13 (dd+3> P WlMaa

SELECTIONS [ARTICLE]

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SELECTIONS EPSOM JEEP CALL BOY POINTER Race 1: RAJA WANG BONOIR SPARKLER Man of Mar* Isabelle Man of Mart Sparkler Raja Wane Meat Lee Race t: A. AMIGOS ANOTHER 808 ANOTHER 808 Another Bob Safe Home Persian Pete Persian Pete Caruso Ad os Amifoa Rare S: IRISH REBEL SPOOKY D

Luna Stream can score upset [ARTICLE]

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Luna Stream can score upset LUNA STREAM worked well at Ipoh yesterday. Ridden by Jim Johnson, this six-year-old ran 3f In 39 2/5 In heavy going. He can upset In Race 5 tomorrow. Moonbeam (Johnny Wilson) also went well over 3f in 39 3/5. Hua-La-La (Ricky Kingston) went two rounds,

British boom [ARTICLE]

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British boom f ONDON, Frl. There were more spectators, more runners and more money in British racing last year than In 1970. The annual report of The Horserace t>eit:ng Ltvy Board, presented to Parliament yesterday, shows an increase in attendances, prize money, revenue, the number of fixtures and the number

Non-Leaguers seek cash and glory [ARTICLE]

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Non-Leaguers seek cash and glory LONDON, Fri. THE 32 rorvlvlng non-League teams seek a glimpse of glory and cash when they compete with 48 clubs from the Third and Fourth Divisions of the English League in the first round proper of the English FA Cup tomorrow. After battling through five

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KABATE Singapore selection tournament (OulUemard Rd. 7 30 pm). TENNIS Singapore Open (Farm Park). YACHTING— Deacon Trophy (Anzuk yacht Club). GOLF President* Team v Captain's Team (Keppel Club). SQUASH Old Boys ACS v Raffles (Orange Rd 3.30 pjn.). SOCCER Forces Senior League: Armed Forces v Police (Jin. Besar 7.30 p.m

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How price rise is kept below world level [ARTICLE]

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How price rise is kept below world level DR. GOH EXPLAINS IT SINGAPORE has managed to keen price increases well below the general rate of inflation in the worjd, the Defence Minister, Dr. Goh Keng Swee, said yesterday. "This Is because we were able to buy from the cheapest possible

Drinking ban illegal [ARTICLE]

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Drinking ban illegal SALISBURY. Frl. Africans packed into bars in white areas in Rhodesia last night after the high court ruled that Government regulations restricting their drinking in such bars was illegal. As they downed their liquor. a Government spokesman announced that an appeal against the decision would be lodged

LONDON STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCKS T ONDON. Frl. The Mock market ±f clo*ed mixed and at 3 p.m. the Jjjjanclal Time. Index waa 0 8 lower at Bargains totalled 10.401 (10.950). kiJ I tod ii Ur centred around bid situation lasnci P and O added about 6p following collapse of the merger with

Guerillas clash in camp [ARTICLE]

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Guerillas clash in camp BEIRUT. Frl.— Explosions and heavy shooting were reported In the Palestinian refugee camp of Bourj-Brajneh near here overnight, the Beirut afternoon newspapers Le Solr reported today in a special edition. The paper said the battle was believed to be between rival Palestinian guerilla groups in the

Fire exchange [ARTICLE]

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Fire exchange TEL AVIV. Pri. Fire was exchanged briefly across the Syrian-Israel ceasefire line In the Golan Heights today, Israeli military sources said. No casualties were reported. Reuter.

Ministers' pay doubled [ARTICLE]

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Ministers' pay doubled ROME. Frl. Prime Minister Olullo Andreottl and all Italian government ministers have more than doubled their salaries as a result of recent rises given to Italy's senior civil servants, the Milan newspaper Cornere Delia Sera reported today. The newspaper calculated that the Prime Minister's salary, previously 9.371.250

New post for Kissinger? [ARTICLE]

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New post for Kissinger? HOUSTON. PH. Presidential adviser Dr. Henry Kissinger plans to resign from his White House post to accept the presidency of the Rockefeller Foundation, according to his biographer. Charles Ashman. Reuter.

Napalm terrors [ARTICLE]

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Napalm terrors UNITED NATIONS. Frl. The General Assembly's main political committee today deplored the use of napalm in armed conflicts and decided to ask Secretary General Kurt Waldheim to circulate widely a UN report on the terrors of napalm warfare. UPI.

Coup joy [ARTICLE]

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Coup joy BANGKOK, Frl. Thailand's military leaders today celebrated the first anniversary of their seizure of power with Buddhist religious rites and a military parade. Reuter.

Trade record [ARTICLE]

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Trade record TAIPEH. Frl. Taiwan's 1972 foreign trade has already exceeded a record US$5,OOO million (12,617 million export*, $2.4159 million Imports) It was reported today. Reuter.

Gold dips [ARTICLE]

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Gold dips LONDON, m The free market price of gold dropped sharply .o US$59 45 an ounce In London today— the lowest quotation since June 12. Reuter

Death [OBITUARY]

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Death MADAM MOIV Hit HOMO (Chai atool paved away peacefully on 17.11 ~2 leaving behind iaufhlen Mri. H y. Wo. Chan Ah and Chn Yoke Chen and (i Jchildren. Corttca Invu Slnmpore Caaket at 2.00 n m on 19.11.72 for Chum Chu Kan* Cemetery.

US seeks quick anti-hijack accord with Cuba [ARTICLE]

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US seeks quick anti-hijack accord with Cuba WASHINGTON, Frl. Secretary of State William P. Rogers entered the quickening process of diplomatic exchanges with Cuba today by asking the Swiss Ambassador to convey to Havana his desire to seek an antihijacking agreement "in the most expeditious and effective manner possible." The

Poor harvest so China may buy more wheat [ARTICLE]

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Poor harvest so China may buy more wheat P EKING. Frl. China seems set to make further purchases on the world wheat market soon because of the poor domestic grain harvest this year. Observers here noted that a representative of the French company Dreyfus, which acted as agents for the

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The weather WEATHER outlook for Singapore from 6 a.m. to noon today: Isolated showers In late morning.