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BEATLES IN SCHOOL 1 RECENTLY walked Into a Chinese school to hand some books to my brother. A.> I passed a class without a teacher. I heard some pupils talking enthusiast!- cully about the Beatles. During recess. I heard whistling and singing of Beatles" songs. The majo- rity of the

The Beatles arriving in Singapore SINGAPORE. Tu&s Tho Beatles, who recently completed a tour of New Zealand and Australia, will make a 55- minute I stopover at Singapore airport before flying back to j London. Their Qantas V-Jet from Sydney will land at Paya Labor about 7.15 p.m. to- morrow.

Hysterical S'pore teenagers in Beatle battle YEO TOON YOO THEY BREAK THROUGH AIRPORT GATES AND CLIMB WALLS By SINGAPORE. Wed NEARLY 3,000 BeatleA struck teenagers screamed hysterically at Singapore Airport tonight for Britain's top pop-singing group, when they flew in for f a 55-minute stopover I on their way home

Maoris do song and dance at airport JUDITH YONG By SINGAPORE, Tues. Minutes after their arrival at the Singapore Airport this afternoon, the Maori Hi-Five performed impromptu before an enthusiastic audience of young screaming fans in the customs hall of the old terminal building. The seven-member Maori group had flown

The Quests beat Beatles to reach top of Hit Parade SI N G A PORE, Thurs. A local group. THE QUESTS have brought Malaysian pop music to the fore of world pop music circles. Making their debut with the disc "Shanty." a composition of their own. they were at the

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dayVhly today"? SINGAPORE DON'T MISS IT THIS TIME 11, 1.45, 4, 630 9.1} llfiyyCD OF 3 TOP AWARDS including BEST H ffflßllLn PICTURE BEST FOREIGN ACTRESS Hhl I a BOOK EARLY OPEHS TODAY -COME EARLY JK. Lumpur FEDERAL CAPITOL Penang" AVIOD THE STAMPEDE! f YEAH^ YEAHJJTAH! :j rexls pTreT sky!

Cooks 'did not see fatal stabbing' SINGAPORE, Mon gIX cooks of the aircraft carrier HMS Bulwark said at a court martial today that they had witnessed a fight between two other cooks, but they did not see one of them being fatally stabbed. The cooks were testifying at the court-martial

The First Lady buys four Beatle brooches CINGAPORE. Sat. SingaJ pore's First Lady. Toh Puan Noor Aishah, made an unusual purchase at a Christmas fair she opened here this morning. She bought four brooches depleting the Beatles at the Singapore Spastic Children's Association's stall, which also had on sale Beatle

Art forms and a tradition A LTHOUGH Marjorie A Millest's criticism of "Cinderella" may appear a trifle harsh, it reiterates that in presenting art forms which have certain traditions mere effort and bonhomie are not enough. Her letter also prompts a brief reflection upon the name and nature of Pantomime.

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I LIDO (spore) OPENS TODAY iVrvl^J a WILD! WACKY KUN! rr ~y —^v/V_ I It is as though PETER SELLERS I £l-^C?/* V) T— SVS ALEC GUINNESS were turned <Cfi, <> Jp;s'Zi l i 3 loose in a film together!!! \y^ /T^V ft^A I IOVE fliyo «x> starring VITTORIO GASSMAN

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2nd GREAT WEEK AND STILL BREAKING RECORDS! screening of "The Great Escape continue to break all existing I records in theta territories DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED-CASH BOOK NOW B I NO INCREASE IN PRICES!! I ■CMPITOL (S'pore) DAILY 4 SHOWS m NOTE TIMES: 11am, 2.30, 6 00 9 15p«-*0 FREE LIST

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The Theatre OUBICUND old gentlemen In 1V long white beards and even longer red cloaks drawn by teams of red-nosed reindeers are beginning to make their appearance all over Singapore's shopping centres now that there are only about six weeks to go to Christmas. I therefore make no apology for

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I MIDNIGHT TOMORROW!^ 1 S ALOR STAR i KOTA BHARU^ KUALA TRENGGANU J j 5 L-^, CATHAY J. ODION S CATHAY E 1 PONTIANAK meets her MATCH in the »s MADDEST SCREAM THRILLER ir*^. Isi'RAYA'MaIekSELAMAT'UmmiKHALTHOUM'GazaIiSUMANTRH |and MALAYSIA'S 3 STOOGES: Wahid Satay Mat Sentol& Alias Congo! A Cathay-Kens Film with English

Satchmo breezes in-grin and all CINGAPORE, Wed. Jazz trumpeter Louis Armstrong breezed into Singapore tonight and said: "Ah'll blow my horn as long as people want to listen." And the famous grin stretched from ear to ear as Malaysian actress Mary Lim garlanded him. "Satchmo's" gray c 1 ly voice

OBSTETRICIAN GYNAECOLOGISTS Vacancies for doctors registered with the General Medical Council or Hong Kong Medical Council at the Alice Ho Miv Ling Nethersole Hospital, Bonham Road, Hong Kong. Busy department. 120 beds. 2500 deliveries annually. Write to Medical Superintendent for details. COST ACCOUNTANT A LOCAL ENGINEERING IMPORTER REQUIRES THE SERVICE

«m». Opens Tomorrow Simultaneous I«lff K# FEDERAL CAPITOI S UlLs-lf' P KUAIA LUMPUR PENANG i" m XC" IBU singapore H M |i|Q) OPENS FRIDAY x 1 Sc^Kn^ fn tfidr-first' 4tin'kn*]^ J hl'arii9uSvactfon-packed ftlml |-AWwlD9SSNiGhrii tiltmd ttim UHrTED ARTISTS S£ BEATLES SONG BOOKS shVw'^v— "CRACKLES with SEXUAL TENSION. 1 RICHARD BURTON