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The Straits Times, 22 June 1980

Article also available on microfilm reel NL10681 [Lee Kong Chian Reference Library - On shelf]



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  • Masthead [Title Section]
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    The Straits Times No. 2299 JUNE 22, 1960 35 CENTS M.C.(P) No. 112/1/80 (13 words)
  • North Korean spyboat sunk in clash [Articles]
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    • REUTER, UPI
    North Korean spyboat sunk in clash SEOUL, Saturday FOUR days before the 30th anniversary of the Korean war, North and South Korea staged a naval and air confrontation today during which one North Korean boat was sunk and eight North Koreans killed, an official Defence Ministry announcement said. The six (258 words)
  • Spore vs Selangor [Articles]
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    Spore vs Selangor KUANTAN, Sat. Singapore tonight qualified to meet Selangor in the final of the Malaysia Cup soccer competition when they drew 1-1 with Pahang in the secondleg semi-finals at the Darulmakmur Stadium here for an overall 3-1 aggregate victory. Pahang took the lead in the 34th minute through (79 words)
  • Plane plunges into canal [Articles]
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    • AP
    Plane plunges into canal BANGKOK, Sat A domestic airliner plunged into a canal shortly after takeoff yesterday in northern Thailand injuring eight of the 17 people aboard. Radio Thailand announced. The broadcast said the Thai Airways Avro Turbo-prop developed engine trouble after taking oft at Chiang Rai air port. 560 (72 words)
  • Varsity purge [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Varsity purge TEHERAN. Sat. Teheran University today announced it was purring a first group of 389 profmors. students and employees for having cooperated with Savak, the former Shah's secret police, the official Pars news agency reported. Reuter (37 words)
  • NO LET-UP IN ECONOMIC SWITCH [Articles]
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    NO LET-UP IN ECONOMIC SWITCH Govt accepts the NWC recommendations THE government will continue to restructure the economy without any relaxation of its policy, as a more flexible approach can negate the efforts made so far and cause a long-term setback to Singapore's international competitiveness. In accepting the two-tier wage (873 words)
  • Another 2 pc from CPF to pay for your flat [Articles]
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    Another 2 pc from CPF to pay for your flat THE government has rained by another I per eeat the parttoa of the Central PrevMeat Fund savtags which eaa be ased to pay for homes aader approved asislif schemes aad for Btagapore Bis Service shares. It hu aeeepto* the NWC (221 words)
  • Civil servants will benefit again [Articles]
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    Civil servants will benefit again CIVIL servants will once again benefit from this year's NWC recommendations. The government has said that the recommendations will be applied to employees in the public sector. The Labour Ministry statement released yesterday also said that adjustments will have to be made to meet the (105 words)
  • Refugees go back [Articles]
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    Refugees go back NEW DELHI. Sat. Refugee* who fled last week* horror iriiHng. in the i«Han state ol Tripura arc returning to their village homei but violence continue* to plague neighbouring Anam itale, «*Hft»W M yesterday "The atmtton In the TimuIda industrial town to Aaam Is tenae, "official* at the (56 words)
  • On west coast 'battlefront' [Articles + Illustrations]
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    On west coast 'battlefront' THE mMaa: a bUU to soeare aa eaemy poslttea aioag a strip of Cfi-fh wSm ml ■access: speed coapied with effeeavT artiflrry SoT from landing naval craft aad hoverla* belieopters. these SAP mea, In fall battle order, spring oat to take la their paatttoas. their rifles (105 words)
  • JAKARTA AND HANOI 'AGREE TO DISAGREE' [Articles]
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    • REUTER, AFP
    JAKARTA AND HANOI 'AGREE TO DISAGREE' JAKARTA, Saturday INDONESIA and Vietnam today failed to reach agreement on ways to settle the intractable Kampuchea problem or outstanding bilateral issues. Indonesian Foreign Minister Mochtar Kusum aatmadja told a press conference at the end of an official visit by Vietnamese Foreign Minister Nguyen (446 words)
  • Dhana: It will take 10 years [Articles]
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    Dhana: It will take 10 years LONDON, Sat. It would take Democratic Kampuchean forces up to 10 years to drive the Vietnamese out of Kampuchea, Foreign Minister S Dhanabalan said in an interview published in The Times here today He added that Asean was prepared for such a long campaign, (145 words)
  • 13 DIE IN EXERCISE FIGHTER CRASH [Articles]
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    • REUTER, AFP
    13 DIE IN EXERCISE FIGHTER CRASH JAKARTA, Sat. The current joint air force exercise between Indonesia and Singapore was marred by the crash of an Indonesian plane yesterday, killing its two pilots and 11 villagers near Blitar, East Java. The T-33 ]etfighter hit four houses while on a low flying (74 words)
  • 128 th road death [Articles]
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    128 th road death THE death toll on Singapore roads rose to 128 yester- j day when Mr Liew Ym "Nam, 65, was knocked down *tiSffJS ta Outnun R"d at about L3°p mHe Those whTsaw the accident are asked to get in touch with Inspector Thomas Das of the Traffic (55 words)
  • Wedding night in the lock-up [Articles]
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    Wedding night in the lock-up COLIN FERNANDEZ By A J^w^LS*?,! a^ \fit Zft£?ssff£Z j5*JE mm w Metn> A™si?^4; a.«, IPt u/aE hours after tying the nuptial knot, Kanagalingam Sivarasa, 29, and his bride, Margaret Yeo Lian Hwa, 26, went to the department store in Penang Road at 6 p.m. As (180 words)
  • FRESH CRISIS IN S. AFRICA [Articles]
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    FRESH CRISIS IN S. AFRICA JOHANNESBURG, flat. A fresh erWs tareateaed Ike Sooth Afrleaa loiwawt as a ■oaattog wave of strikes by ■oa-whlte workers try tah*weHiead foUow^ lag a week of towaoalp riots la which S people died. Toagk peUee reaettoa Mbdaed the eeaatrywlde •tadeat revolt. (46 words)
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    • THE SUPER SMILES [Articles]
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      • UPI
      THE SUPER SMILES BUPEXSTAKS fr.m Baat aai West take a areak aa tke set at r»— sail Baa, a*w Mac filmed la toaaadTleaca, C»lltento. They an (tram left) Mleaael Hal B*mmy D»vl« iaaUr aai Jackie Ckaa. UPI pictare. (38 words)
    • Leaders arrive for solidarity summit [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Leaders arrive for solidarity summit VENICE, Sat. The leaden of the world's seven most Industrialised nations began gathering in this lagoon city today for a two-day summit conference which is expected to deal with Western solidarity French President Valery Giscard d'Estaing arrived late last nightwhile Japanese Foreign Minister Saburo Ottta (230 words)
    • Killing charge [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Killing charge SHTZUOKA. Sat. A Japanese woman was arrested yesterday near the central Japanese city Of Shlzuoka on suspicion of having killed her six babies shortly after giving birth to them in the past six year, police said Reuter. (39 words)
    • Abbess won't take him' on Sideliners [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Abbess won't take him' on Sideliners A TORONTO man who underwent a sex change operation and then applied to become an Anglican nun has been turned down by a convent. Bishop Hugh Stiff, dean of Toronto s Anglican diocese, told the r»n««M«ii Press news uency that Mother Frances Joyce, the (65 words)
    • Jailed fir stealing history [Articles]
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      • AP
      Jailed fir stealing history A COMMUNBT Party secretary in a commune near Beijing was Jailed (or one year for stealing 700 bricks from the Great Wall of China, the Chinese capital's newspaper reported. The Beijing Daily said Wang Fukuan had directed commune members to remove the bricks and also to (131 words)
    • About turn by LDP heads [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • NYT, UPI
      About turn by LDP heads PARTY CLOSES RANKS AFTER OHIRA'S DEATH AS THE ruling Liberal Democratic Party wound up its campaign for key parliamentary elections tomorrow with a display of unity, party leaders who had denounced the late Prime Minister Masayoshi Ohira gathered here yesterday to praise him. A galaxy (462 words)
    • End of the campaign and ear bashing [Articles]
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      • AFP
      End of the campaign and ear bashing TOKYO, Sat. For most Japanese this evening will come as a relief because it will mean the end of the three-week-old election campaign and the punishment from scores of loudspeakers broadcasting political propaganda 13 hours a day. There have been many complaints from (186 words)
    • Shops shut and students in streets again says report [Articles]
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      • REUTER, AP, UPI
      Shops shut and students in streets again says report NEW DELHI, Sat. Nearly all shops in Kabul stayed closed today and students took to the streets in what could be the start of new anti-Soviet demonstrations in Kabul, sources said. Tanks and armoured vehicles rumbled into the streets and helicopter (288 words)
    • AFGHAN CRISIS [Articles + Illustrations]
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      AFGHAN CRISIS (2 words)
    • Harakiri bid [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Harakiri bid TOKYO, Sat. A Japanese architect Takuhisa Takeda, 30 attempted harakiri by cutting his neck and stomach with a ceremonial sword in front of the Diet (parliament) building this morning Police said said the motive for his suicide bid was still unknown. Reuter. (44 words)
    • New air route [Articles]
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      • UPI
      New air route HONGKONG, Sat. China today Inaugurated a regular air Krvice between Hongkong and Shanghai, opening a new avenue to the worliTs most populous city. UPI. (27 words)
    • Dirty jail convicts get $1m [Articles]
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      Dirty jail convicts get $1m WASHINGTON, Sat. A federal eeart Jary kere kas awarded I Ss«Mtf (S$lJ milUaa) damages to mare £\£.£?l!2!J !!h! top seemrtty wmc wae fk^r'aVlslT^rdV U^Tr arlsea eeadl- lmc iiry ottnocrfQ tkat tke DMriet at CMamkta Prlasa aear kere was evererewdEd, a fire aasard, filthy aad vMate* (82 words)
    • WORLD BRIEFS [Articles + Illustrations]
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      WORLD BRIEFS (2 words)
    • Cubans can stay in US [Articles]
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      • NYT
      Cubans can stay in US THE Carter administration said the vast majority of the 120.000 Cuban and Haitian "boat people" would be allowed to remain In the United States for at least six months and could become permanent residents after two years if Congress agreed Mr Victor Palmieri, coordinator for (68 words)
    • Unable to meet claims' [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Unable to meet claims' AIR New Zealand may not be able to meet passenger liability claims resulting from last November's DC-10 crash In the Antarctica, Wellington sources said. A total of 257 passengers and crew died when the aircraft, on a round trip scenic flight from Auckland, crashed into the (62 words)
    • Blocking uranium sale [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Blocking uranium sale SENATOR Harry Byrd introduced a bill that would block President Jimmy Carter's decision to sell enriched uranium to India. Mr Byrd's action brought Carter's decision before both Houses of Congress. Mr Byrd accused Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi of being hostile to the United States and moving (56 words)
    • Hainan's launching pad [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Hainan's launching pad CHINA launched its first intercontinental ballistic missiles from a newly set-up base on the southern island of Hainan, a Hongkong newspaper said yesterday. Quoting "defence sources" in Guangdong, the Chinese language Centre Daily News said: "Contrary to the general belief that the missiles were fired from Lop (70 words)
    • 'Invite Russia to M-E talks' [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      'Invite Russia to M-E talks' JORDAN'S King Hussein urged President Carter to invite the Soviet Union back into Middle East peace talks after being excluded (or over two years, a close aide of the monarch said today. Regardless of strains between the Arab world and the Soviet Union over Soviet (81 words)
    • Soviets slash £ood aid [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Soviets slash £ood aid BANGKOK, S»t. The Soviet Ualoa has drastically eat Its t—i aid to famine-ravaged Kampuchea, reports from Pl»«a Penh said yesterday. Western relief ssfces said Soviet ambassador to Kampuchea Mr Oleg Bastorlae had t«U •ffielals sf the Vietnamese-Installed Heag Samrtn regime that Mmc*w ©••M m laager Immv (202 words)
    • Laos Government smuggling drugs: Paper [Articles]
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      Laos Government smuggling drugs: Paper (5 words)
    • Chinese Embassy returns Viets [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Chinese Embassy returns Viets HANOI, Sat. A group of 16 Vietnamese who drove into the Chinese Embassy here yesterday were handed over to the authorities after 12 hours of negotiations, it was announced here. At 11 at.a t. yesterday, five men, five women and six children entered the embassy compound. (405 words)
    • VIETS SANK THAI BOATS, SAYS POST [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AP
      VIETS SANK THAI BOATS, SAYS POST BANGKOK, Sat. About 50 Thai fishermen are believed to have drowned and three trawlers sunk by Vietnamese coastal patrol boats in the Gulf of Thailand, the Bangkok Post reported today. The English-language paper said the attack took place last Thursday when eight patrol craft (120 words)
    • KGB contest on its exploits in bid to brighten image [Articles]
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      • AP
      KGB contest on its exploits in bid to brighten image MOSCOW, Saturday SEEKING to add lustre to its image, the KGB today announced a national film, book and television competition about the exploits of the vast Soviet security apparatus. army daily, Red Star, said the committee of state security, the (183 words)
    • NO MORE GOVT AID FOR SON OF SAM' [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      NO MORE GOVT AID FOR SON OF SAM' WASHINGTON, Sat. Convicted "Son of Sam" killer, David Berkowitz, will no longer receive several hundred dollars a month in government disability benefits now that doctors considered him psychologically well, the Social Security Administration said today. The development came to light at a (106 words)
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  • RATE FOR THE 'PLUS' PERFORMERS [Articles]
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    RATE FOR THE 'PLUS' PERFORMERS THE NW "pIM" pecfanneri la $SS pima 7.5 per mTh< S par mat M the Uui wage HU u< Mt plu 1M per Mat m rtpirtai la ycatertoy'i heMltae. SevenU petfle iaqaJrad »b*ut the dtotrt b« &m «f the S per t (•r aheve average (130 words)
  • Bosses say yes to NWC pay rise but add word of caution [Articles]
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    Bosses say yes to NWC pay rise but add word of caution SOH TIANG KENG By SINGAPORE bosses yesterday agreed to the latest proposals for high wage increases announced by the National Wages Council. But they warned that unless there is a "return to the old work ethic," the government's (923 words)
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  • Tiger 'bomb burst' a highlight of SAF show [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Tiger 'bomb burst' a highlight of SAF show AN SAF woman armed with an AR-15 sp^niag^^^SteSSSSfSilSStStmStiSSSmStSlEff IN the thick of action during the mocn attack... boats rushing; the men in with a helicopter hovering overhead FLAMES from a burning hat, towering obstacles... bat the men in green charge on (49 words)
  • Images of Chile [Articles]
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    Images of Chile THE Chilean Charge d'Af(aires, Mr Eduardo Rodriguez, will open the exhibition, Images of Chile, at the National Museum Young Peoples' Gallery on Wednesday at 5.30 p.m. Fifty photographs on the country, its landscape, architecture, industries and people. Mine of the movement, local colour and vibrance of Chilean (55 words)
  • Hazard warning on cig packs [Articles]
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    Hazard warning on cig packs ALL cigarette packets and tins will carry health hazard warnings from Nov 1, according to the latest government gazette. Manufacturers are required to print clearly in a prominent position at the front side of each cigarette packet the warning "Government warning: Smoking can damage your (201 words)
  • Tailors' date [Articles]
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    Tailors' date rHE Minister for Trade and Industry, Mr Gob Chok Tong, *Tll speak at the opening of he exhibition on men s fashion x-ganised by the Singapore Master Tailors Association at he Shangri-La Hotel at U i.m. today. (39 words)
  • Island camp [Articles]
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    Island camp THE Ang Mo Klo community centre wBl hold a two-day holiday camp on St John's Island on July ft and 20. For details, r*g<&M«. I (27 words)
  • Taximen's joy [Articles]
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    Taximen's joy MR CHAN Chee Seng. MP for Jalan Besar and Senior Parliamentary Secretary (Social Affairs), will officiate at the 12th anniversary celebration of the mutual benefit section, Singapore Taxi Drivers' Association, at Emerald Room on Thursday at 7.30 p.m. (40 words)
  • Three naval gunboats will also take part for the first time in mock attack [Articles]
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    Three naval gunboats will also take part for the first time in mock attack FIVE RSAFsopersenlc FSE Tigers UkIng part In aa a«robattoi display bjmwii M the "b»mb bust," la which the Jets, fl ytag la close f•rmattoa, will «apene In differ eat directiaiis, will be an e of the (443 words)
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  • TV highlights
    • Tune in to some more good times this week [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Tune in to some more good times this week IT'S getting better growing stronger as the song goes. I mean SBC, of course, and the new programmes they keep dishing out every week. Another two new series starting this week and both on Saturday this time. We also mustn't forget (262 words)
    • TUESDAY [Articles]
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      TUESDAY THE PRIME OP MISS JEAN BRODIE (Ch 5, 10.35 p.m.): In this second episode, Jean Brodie arrives in Edinburgh to take up a teaching post in the junior school of the conservative Marcia Blaine School (or Girls. She soon has her class under her spell with all her talk (187 words)
    • TODAY [Articles]
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      TODAY WONDERFUL WORLD OP DISNEY ONE LITTLE INWAN (Ch 5, 10.45 a.m.): In the second part of this twopart story about a boy, a camel and a soldier, Mark manages to save his friend Cpl Clint Keyes from the gallows with the help of the canterkerous but lovable camel Rosie, (100 words)
    • TOMORROW [Articles]
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      TOMORROW MB8 COLUMBO CAVIAR WTTU EVERYTHING (Ch 8, f p.m): On assignment (or n»e weekly Advertiser, Mrs rolumbo sets out to do a itory on the classiest caterng Joint in the Beverly Hills. >he soon befriends the two vomen who run the place Hit when one of them is killed (202 words)
    • WEDNESDAY [Articles]
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      WEDNESDAY PORTRAITS OF POWER MAO: LONG MARCH TO POWER (Ch 5, 9.55 p.m.): This programme is devoted to Mao Tie Tung the central figure in bitter struggles against traditional warlords, foreign invaders and political rivals in China. Mao achieved a remarkable victory against all odds. (45 words)
    • THURSDAY [Articles]
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      THURSDAY NEW ADVENTURES OF WONDER WOMAN THE MAN WHO COULD NOT DIE (Ch 5, 7.45 p.m.): In this last episode of the series, that red, blue and white super crime fighter Wonder Woman teams up with an invulnerable man in the endless war against the baddies. Bob Seagren is the (120 words)
    • SPORT ON TV [Articles]
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      SPORT ON TV BRITISH FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SCOTLAND vi ENGLAND (Ch 5 11.30 a.m.): No Big League Soccer today. Instead SBC is bringing you the exciting football match between England and Scotland. SPORTS DESK (Tuesday Ch 8, 8.15 p.m.): Here's a programme to allow sports fans to catch up with the (170 words)
    • FRIDAY [Articles]
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      FRIDAY THE WORLD OP SURVIVAL THE FENCE (Ch 8, 9.15 p.m.): When herds of elephants escaped from the Etosha National Park by breaking through a game-proof fence, the head ranger of the Park, came up with the idea of driving the elephants back through the fence on horseback. Watch for (70 words)
    • SATURDAY [Articles]
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      SATURDAY VEGAS COMEBACK (Ch 5, 8.30 p.m.): Dashing private dick Dan Tanna is called to investigate when the bride of one of his friends, an ex-soldier, is murdered. Chick Vennera, Rebecca York, Rex Holamn and Bruce Glover guest star in this episode. SPY THE MURDER MACHINE (Ch 5, 10.05 p.m.): (67 words)
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  • Page 8 Miscellaneous
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      150 AM Open* and SpMerman (Carton 5.40 Whrie Shadow Mo Place Lie Home *«>") I 6.30 News in Brief 10.15 Tbranf Tmtp Thai (Malay repeat) 6.35 Sony Betamai Show 10^5 Wonderful World Of Disney One Little j 7.30 New, and Newsreel (Malay) Indian (Part 2) 7 55 Ant* 11.30 Bnsfeh (704 words)
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      TODAY: SlrngftMre 5.19 a.m. (1.9m), 11.51 a.m. (0.9m), 6.25 p.m. (2.1m). Sedlll KeeUI 4.39 a.m. (1.5m), 10.03 a.m. (1.1m), 4.45 p.m. (2.1m). Pert MekMB 12.43 a.m. (1.9m), 7.00 a.m. (1.0m), 1.26 p.m. (2.1m), 8.15p.m. (1.1m). TOMORROW: SlngV pare 12.56 a.m. (1.0m), 6.49 a.m. (1.8m). 12.59 p.m. (1.0m), 7.20 p.m. (2.1m). (78 words)
  • TV highlights 2
    • CHANNEL 3 SHOWS [Articles]
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      CHANNEL 3 SHOWS SUNDAY AFTERNOON MOVIE THE GOLDEN HORDE (Ch 3, 3.12 p.m.) The Crusaders meet the Mongols in Samarkand, and Sir Guy wins a lovely princess. Ann Blyth plays the lovely 13th century princess who uses her charms and brains to help her people rout the invaders. This 1951 (227 words)
    • SPOTLIGHT ON CHINESE [Articles]
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      SPOTLIGHT ON CHINESE LEONG WENG KAM Magistrate Yun Jiu is well-known in the district for his ability to solve such cases. But when he discovers the murderer is a left-handed swordsman, he wants to stay clear from the matter lyCHAMELEON (9.15 p.m.): Kai Chung has left home once again and (655 words)
    • WHO IS THE EDUCATED SINGAPOREAN? [Articles]
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      WHO IS THE EDUCATED SINGAPOREAN? TTO O««toii wto* ud wh* la tke <4m»M .17.1. pa,. Cta-3 1V» fenun la CUmm, km/ wIU attempt U ■liered v edor*tc4 imi. way there are re■aria abeat tke mlv S?«s™£. Slagapreaa eaa be ■—Idea. Ckalriag the dUras- tabDr Owe* Y«e h «ui, mtor Iwtwcr (67 words)
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      ALL PROGRAMMES ON CHANNEL 8: CITY ROMANCES (3.25 p.m.): Da Kuei is too excited to express his feelings during his dates with Tai Hua. Ji Wen is surviving well on his mW «*W own in the city. Lou Hong is employed by a trading company while Qiu ■L Yuan has (232 words)
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      Asean has gained world respect: Official KUALA LUMPUR, Saturday ASEAN has gained the respect of all nations as an organisation "which is pragmatic in its approach and flexible in its dealings." This was stated today by the director-general of Asean-Malaysia. Mr Kassim Hussein, when be opened the Asean preparatory committee, (344 words)
    • KL aims to be a flower power [Articles]
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      KL aims to be a flower power KUALA LUMPUR, Sat. Malaysia hopes to overtake Thailand and Singapore and become Southeast Asia's leading exporter of orchids in the coming year, Agriculture Minister Datuk Shariff Ahmad said here today. Datuk Shariff told reporters that the cultivation of orchids which earned just over (132 words)
    • Rapist jailed [Articles]
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      Rapist jailed KUANTAN, Sat. The Sessions Court sentenced Abdul Aziz Mohamed, 24. from Pekan, to five years' jail for raping an Orang Asli girl in Paloh Hinai on Sept 1. 1978. NST. (32 words)
    • Washed ashore the cruel plight of the refugees [Articles]
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      Washed ashore the cruel plight of the refugees By PETER SIOW and JOE DORAI Of the Sports Desk who are in Pahang to cover the Smgapore-Pahang Malaysia Cup semifinal match. KUANTAN, Saturday POVERTY arrived this morning on the doorsteps of the lavish Hyatt Kuantan Hotel where Singapore's soccer team is (352 words)
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      iS fl P' Eafe- f%«9 7% man m BflC V& flNflP^EflflTfflflM] i i tflu PVIE _1 --imSi^* fftifjf^y fcjfli k ilk. Kakaishrin 16th. Century (private collection) BY SOCIAL PERMISSION OF VEDAT DURUSEL FAMILY TRUST (Istanbul) One of the world's most famous private collections of rare Turkish-Persian-Oriental-Carpets 1 and Rugs is (538 words)
  • Govt sets aside 39 areas just for bungalows [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Govt sets aside 39 areas just for bungalows 'RESERVATIONS' STARTED IN 1975 THE government has set aside 39 "good class bungalow areas", mainly in postal districts 9, 10 and 11, for the exclusive building of bungalows. A Ministry of National Development spokesman yesterday said the land area in these areas (465 words)
  • Sisir seminar [Articles]
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    Sisir seminar THE Singapore Institute of Standards and Industrial Research will organise a one-day seminar on Maintenance, Inspection and Applications of Wire Ropes at Hotel Equatorial on Tuesday from 8 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. (34 words)
  • Found — potential leaders in VC [Articles]
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    Found potential leaders in VC MORE potential leaders In the vigilante Corps have been identified and given ranks matching their ability. The Minister of State (Defence) and acting Minister for Home Affairs, Dr Bernard Chen, who said this yesterday added that ranks alone will not make good leaders. Officers must (100 words)
  • The family or the career? That is women workers' question [Articles]
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    The family or the career? That is women workers' question FAMILY responsibility versus career demands that was the main concern of 62 woman participants from the Singapore Air Transport-workers' Union at the seminar Women in the Aviation Industry which ended yesterday. The participants, mostly shop stewardesses (branch committee members) from (360 words)
  • Kim Woon to head NYLTI tomorrow [Articles]
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    Kim Woon to head NYLTI tomorrow THE principal of Hwa Chong Junior College, Mr Urn Kirn Woon, wQI join the National Youth Leadership Training Institue as its head on a two-year secondment from tomorrow. Mr Lim, 47, is going over to the NYLTI following a request from the People's Association (296 words)
  • Police award for 15 people with the public spirit [Articles]
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    Police award for 15 people with the public spirit FIFTEEN members •f tke ■■kite were •mag 41 peaale wb« received fclgl I mbiiim d*U— mm* mmhib> certificates tnm tke paUce tar ■!»»«>, i ■*<■■■■» toMmftip ud oMriteriwu service. Tke awards were gives to tke Cemnto■toaer ef Peßee, Mr Gek Yaag (338 words)
  • SAF military exercises [Articles]
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    SAF military exercises THE Singapore Armed Forces will conduct military exercises in Urn Chu Kang, Hong Kan, Marsillng, Mandai, Tampines and Pulau Tekong from tomorrow to Saturday between 8 a.m. and 11 p.m. daily. Blanks and thunderOashes will be used. The public is advised not to be alarmed. (48 words)
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  • The Sunday Times SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 1980. opinion GOSPEL OF SPILT MILK [Articles]
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    The Sunday Times SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 1980. opinion GOSPEL OF SPILT MILK NINE-TENTHS of wisdom is being wise in time. The world community as a whole may, indeed, wise up to the communist strategy of global dominance, in the fulness of time. By then, it may be a fait accompli (497 words)
  • 100 years ago [Articles]
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    100 years ago Lunatics abscond from Asylum IT is scarcely to be wondered at that Lunatics abscond from the Asylum in such numbers when it is remembered that the officer in charge has the Lock Hospital to attend and many other subsidiary duties to perform in addition to his own. (228 words)
  • Men in top posts of 'a job for women' [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Men in top posts of 'a job for women' LIM PH AY-LING By MENTION the word "nurse" and immediately you visualise an updated version of Florence Nightingale minus the lamp, of course. Nursing in Singapore is about 100 years old, and before the 1880s, nobody bothered to train nurses. The (516 words)
  • Challenging work, being in charge of so many nurses [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Challenging work, being in charge of so many nurses PRINCIPAL Nursing Officer Mr Tan Eng Hong, 54, started his career in 1946 as a junior hospital assistant. That was the time when there were no such things as nurses only hospital assistants and dressers. "In those days, hospital assistants could (1559 words)
  • More specialised job than it was in days gone by [Articles]
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    More specialised job than it was in days gone by NURSING is definitely far more specialised today than it was in those bygone days of hospital assistants and travelling dressers. Now there are some many branches of nursing to choose from psychiatric care, operating theatre work, renal and coronary care, (645 words)
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  • Weekender
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      The focus is on creative writing WHEREVER and whenever there exists a magazine that promotes local literary effort that publication is worthy of total support. This claim can be made especially for Focus, a literary magazine brought to birth by the University of Singapore in 1961. Its inception was marked (993 words)
    • My dear friend, Jonathan Livingstone Pigeon [Articles]
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      My dear friend, Jonathan Livingstone Pigeon PRIZE SHORT STORY by KEW IT must, I'm sure, have been his maiden flight. For a baby bird, this young ground-pigeon, a scant 10 cm long, made a terrifying crack as he flew into the patio doors leading to our garden. Lowflying straight in (542 words)
    • Pleasing lines that convey loneliness POETRY CORNER [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Pleasing lines that convey loneliness POETRY CORNER THIS week there are three fairly good attempts at poetry. The first, "Dream On", says something about solitude. Listen to its tone and see how the author manages to convey her loneliness in pleasing lines: DREAM ON Walk alone down the shore of (630 words)
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  • Weekender
    • What on earth has happened to Nash? [Articles + Illustrations]
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      What on earth has happened to Nash? GRAHAM NASH: EARTH AND SKY (Capitol): Of all the combinations he has been heard with the Hollies; Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young; Crosby, Still and Nash; Crosby and Nash; and Nash alone the solo Graham Nash, with the exception of "Wild Tales", remains (383 words)
    • Great piano [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Great piano HABGUS "PIG" BOBBINS: COUNTBY INSTRUMENTALIST OP THE YEAR (Ekktrm): For years, the ■•Hg" has been Nashville's No. 1 keyboard session man, playing on more hits than anyone can remember. He has appeared on countless Country albums, including records by C and W stars Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, Charlie (293 words)
    • Scored for electric guitar, this rhapsody concerto [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Scored for electric guitar, this rhapsody concerto NHK SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: BUOIYAMA'S RHAPSODY CONCERTO (RCA): In this third volume of RCA's "Check Up Our Sounds" series, we are treated to an ambitious work from the pen of contemporary Japanese composer Kouicbi Sugiyama. Extraordinary in every sense of the word, it is (175 words)
    • Yet another captivating LP from Wen Cheng [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Yet another captivating LP from Wen Cheng LIU WEN CHENG: PRETTY LASS (Twy): After two recent successful albums. Wen Cheng is set once more to capture the hearts of everyone with this latest release. The main track in this album may not be as catchy as that of his two (157 words)
    • At 17, Kasparov is a Grandmaster [Articles]
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      At 17, Kasparov is a Grandmaster SOVIET prodigy Gary Kasparov, who is only 17, qualified for the Grandmaster title by winning a strong tournament recently in Baku, the Soviet Union, with 11 V-2 points from 15 games. It was Kasparov's second Grandmaster result." In a star-studded competition, Philippines Grandmaster Eugene (144 words)
    • CHESS [Articles + Illustrations]
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      CHESS on c5 cannot help to defend his King. 14...BH; ft. NgJ, Bxgi; II. KxgZ, Nffi: H. f$, NM1; 18. M, NeS. 19. 15, f«; N<w4, txgS; 21. The Black Queen has no safe square on the Kingside, so she abandons her King. U. M, NH; a. kxg7, Ndl; 24. (71 words)
    • Notes and News [Articles]
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      Notes and News THE inter-school team championships begin on July 5 at Tiong Bahru Secondary School. Schools which have not received entry forms will have to contact Mr Koh Hock Boon of Raffles Girls' Secondary School. Kuo Chuan Community Centre Championship begins on June 28. Marine Parade Community Centre Championship (90 words)
    • Mature musicians who know each other's music [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Mature musicians who know each other's music RETURN TO FOREVER: MUBIGMAOIC (CBS/ EMI): This 1977 recording pre-dates Corea's solo "Mad Hatter", but is the first recording of this particular assembly of RTF and shows mature, experimenting musicians who know and love each other's music. RTF is a less experimental edition (260 words)
    • North and south meet in the same restaurant [Articles + Illustrations]
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      North and south meet in the same restaurant YOUNG Nadarajan, 25, is a man of vision. He took a long, deep look at the Indian restaurant business, decided it needed a place serving both northern and southern Indian food and showed his confidence in the idea by committing himself to (1343 words)
    • I'm a fatalist felt that if he was going to die then he would' [Articles + Illustrations]
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      I'm a fatalist felt that if he was going to die then he would' HELEN HARRIS sobbed ent wards In torment, words to strike a chord la the heart of every wife, mother and woman: "If I dldnt love him so much it wouldn't hurt so much." The housewife, and (954 words)
    • Hostage Sim Harris's Wife tells [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Hostage Sim Harris's Wife tells "I had also begun to realise that he must be involved in the negotiating. Although that helped me because I knew the activity would help him." At the weekend, Helen Harris clung to the memories of some of Sim's narrow escapes in the past embroiled (174 words)
    • 'He and I both know that I could cope with his death...life for me and the children would go on' [Articles]
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      'He and I both know that I could cope with his death... life for me and the children would go on would not harm British hostages.. I prayed they meant it." On Bank Holiday Monday, she saw Sim for the first time since the ordeal began a fleeting glimpse on (518 words)
    • Smart and casual with a riot of colour.. [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Smart and casual with a riot of colour.. For that extra special date, Sara's In a printed silk skirt-suit orange crescents on a Mack background and line spaghetti straps. (29 words)
    • That silken touch of luxury [Articles]
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      That silken touch of luxury By LIM PH AY-LING Pictures by LIM SENG HONG IF YOU always thought Bang Bang only churned out casuals and jeans, look again. They now stack saphlsticated day and evening dresses aad versatile separates as well aa casual wear. Aad Mt hist In heavy denim, (191 words)
    • FEATURE EXCLUSIVE WOMAN [Articles + Illustrations]
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      FEATURE EXCLUSIVE WOMAN Helena looks smart as the wears a silk pantsolt in Caroline adds luxury to that casual look as she struts vivid magenta with a dill yellow vertical band down along confidently In her mustard silk pants and the front and gathers at the shoulders. matching Jacket with (54 words)
    • YOUR BIRTHDAY FORECAST [Articles]
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      YOUR BIRTHDAY FORECAST IF It's yew birthday today the star pattern hi largely aa eaeeoragtag eae. Tree, yea will have acme arable— tab. year tat they will Bet imtul to aaythlag eerleaa. Dariac meat af the year yaa'll ateattat bafpUy tareeich a aermal rtattae aad eajey Ufe a* yea have (277 words)
    • QUOTE [Articles]
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      QUOTE IS living together altogether impossible? I think not It is the devastating evil of power, total power that throughout history has thwarted man's ideals. The only way to overcome this is to make equality in all its varying forms a living experience, and the only way to do this (58 words)
    • The UN and the devastating evil of power... [Articles + Illustrations]
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      The UN and the devastating evil of power. THE United Nations is in the news again, chastising South Africa on its apartheid policy and the shameful way colour discriminationcontinues in that republic. Each time a statement like this catches my eye, thought waves keep moving, by-pass-ing, crossing each other, and (808 words)
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  • The breaking of $75,000 antique theft gang [Articles]
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    The breaking of $75,000 antique theft gang NANCY LOH By POLICE have smashed a nine-man gang responsible for recent thefts of antiques worth a total of $75,180. It is believed that the man convicted for three such offences in a district court on Friday was the last of the antique (460 words)
  • Confessed thief who has nothing to say [Articles]
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    Confessed thief who has nothing to say ANTIQUE thief Khong Kheng Chee, 31, who admitted three counts of stealing antiques worth $5,800, chose to remain silent when asked twice by a judge to make his mitigation plea in court on Friday. Before passing sentence, District Judge Rahim Jalil called for (200 words)
  • Chief guest [Articles]
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    Chief guest EDUCATION Minister Dr Tony Tan will be the euest -of-honour at the National Cadet Corps Day prize presentation ceremony and concert at the National Theatre on July 1 at 7 p.m. (33 words)
  • Olivetti's $15 m first step to mini-computers' [Articles]
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    Olivetti's $15 m first step to mini-computers' For polite cab drivers A LAUNCHING ceremony of the Courteous Taxi Drivers' Competition will be held at the National Stadium theatrette in Kallang on July 2 at 8 p.m. The organisers are: The Registry of Vehicles, NTUC Comfort, The Singapore Taxi Drivers' Association, (323 words)
  • Chinese tunes [Articles]
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    Chinese tunes A PRESENTATION of Chine* songs by local poets and composers will be held at tht Singapore Conference Hall on Saturday at 8.30 p.m. Fret tickets are obtainable at tht National Theatre office tram 8.30 am to 9 p.m. (40 words)
  • Singapore economy remains buoyant, says MAS [Articles]
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    Singapore economy remains buoyant, says MAS THE fHa|sasrr economy rwnsland hasyaat darlag the first quarter W this year, sparred by algk growth Is trade, maanfactaring and Uartsm. Aad despite the expected slowdown la economic growth la ladastrlallsedceaatrles t Singapore's growth pi aspects far the rest of this year remala"satlsfaeteThnV hi (272 words)
  • VITB starts two basic— education courses to upgrade factory hands [Articles]
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    VITB starts two basic education courses to upgrade factory hands THE Vocational and Industrial Training Board will, for the first time, offer a bask education programme to enable factory workers to attain qualifications equivalent to that of the Primary School Leaving Examination certificate. The VITB divisional director for continuing education, (402 words)
  • Dr Goh off to Australia tomorrow for talks [Articles]
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    Dr Goh off to Australia tomorrow for talks THE First Deputy Prime Minister, Dr Goh Keng Swee, will leave for Australia tomorrow for talks with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser and other leaders. A New Nation report yesterday, quoting diplomatic sources, said he, accompanied by his wife, are expected to (95 words)
  • Dance forum [Articles]
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    Dance forum A DANCE in Culture forum by Dr Rodenyk Lance, a dance anthropologist, will be conducted by the National Theatre Trust at their club hall on the first Door tonight at 7.30 p.m. Slides and demonstrations on different ethnic dances will be shown. Admission is free. (47 words)
  • 'Bosses and govt should help workers cope with life' [Articles]
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    'Bosses and govt should help workers cope with life' MANAGEMENTS and the government should work with unions in their various programmes to help union members and their families cope with problems resulting from modern life, Foreign Minister Mr S Dhanabalan said yesterday. These programmes include helping the families of members (257 words)
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  • Bats on the wing, chills without zing [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Bats on the wing, chills without zing WALTER SEOW reviews Nightwing attach h cattle and sheep at night and leaves them dead with deep gashes on their bodies? ANSWER: Vampire bats This Q and A signal the start of NIGHTWING (screenplay by Steve Shagan Bud Shrake and Martin Cruz Smith (866 words)
  • A woman called Intrepid [Articles]
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    A woman called Intrepid ROGER YUE reviews A Man Called Intrepid again, but her lips remain sealed. At the same time, a young man named Evan Michaelian (Michael York) is recruited as an instructor at the spy school. When he learns that Madeleine, whom he secretly loves, is dead, he (203 words)
  • Page 22 Advertisements
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  • Hot spot for migrants in Hongkong [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Hot spot for migrants in Hongkong IT IS from the frying pan to the fire for four Chinese illegal migrants in THE STOWAWAYS to be shown in Broadway and Bedok. Two couples risk their lives to join other illegal migrants who came to Hongkong earlier. Such is the start of (620 words)
  • MUSIC MAKERS [Articles + Illustrations]
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    MUSIC MAKERS THE mere meattea ef the name Orchard Road brings to most mu»da Images ef hatoto-laaa-ges... performers.. ou>d the unpreestoa that here to where the only good tmtertaimmmt cab be nua. This Is ufartuate far Imuk<* an the beat, ea tomek like the VwU Bw. Located In the Orchid (187 words)
  • Good music off the beaten track [Articles]
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    Good music off the beaten track ssa with the taacs performed. There to a sease ef vitality which Sheatoa Injects la to every seag he slags, itoaililag the yean that passed alaee Crying la -eChapel...Rhythm •< the Failing Bain... Little Date! Gui...were number eae ...maUag them kite all ever ajcala. (196 words)
  • Show that's strikingly successful [Articles]
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    Show that's strikingly successful BLACK-HEARTED Omar stole the show during the university's production of Weber's Abu Hassan last week. In opera buffo it is the vlllian, not the hero, who is the most endearing character. In this case, the part of Omar seemed to have been written with Alex Abisheganaden (255 words)
  • MUSICAL NOTES [Articles]
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    MUSICAL NOTES s and eye-catchingly designed. Even props like the authentic-looking accounts documents made a strong impression. Realism was a significant point In this production. Soprano Yeoh Slew Lian's excellent voice is clear, pure and lyrical, which is precisely what is wanted in this situation so she left not very (201 words)
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      SUNDAY TIMES CROSSWORD ACR088: 7. Usual wish house (8) 2. The chances for a happy retirement? of racing (4) 3. One may (4-5) 8. and 9. Numbers see through this riddle (5) out of order (5, 3, 6) 10. 4. Hair style peculiarly Still, it's quite unusual (5) English (7) (245 words)
  • Page 24 Advertisements
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      |a«4-44»*l I PERSONAL SERVICES 4 MERCHANDISE 1 OPEN TODAY i DRAWN e^ 1 1 IS- 17. TtVERTON LANE, Off I I KHKney Roed. Spore 0*23 1 I Tel: XXXXX33 a XXXXX34 j I "Where seafood Is at It's best in Orchard Road 1 V tourist paradise" I 'I "LIVE" PRAWNS (541 words)
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      FEW MONTHS OLD English action piano setting very cheap. Only $1,950. Brand new condition XXXXX12 GOING CHEAP LATEST model electric Singer sewing machine with accessories $650, seldom use, excellent condition. Call XXXXX91 KENWOOD AMPLIFIER, AKAI cassette deck. 2 speakers. Roxy colour t.v with built-in cabinet. Ring XXXXX4 KLH SPEAKER MODEL (390 words)
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      10 Pets AFRICAN GREY PARROTS, Cockatoos, tame talking; canaries (good singers); Red Cardinals; Persian cat with papers For Sale. Contact XXXXX52 A SABLE It/I months female Pomeranian and miniature Plnscher. View Blk. 330. 160-A. Clementl Avenue 2. AUSTRALIAN SILKY PUPS sale to good homes. Tel: XXXXX35. CUTE > MONTHS old (699 words)
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      SI |Se fe SeS Siechuan CHINA PALACE RESTAURANT Ist Floor, Wellington Building, Orchard Road. Spore 0922 (Opp Mandarin Hotel) JTMe^ssiaes^zjsuTe^S THAI FOOD. MANY varieties prepared by chef from Bangkok Alr-cond. comfortable atmosphere with Thai music. Haadyal Restaurant 467. Joo Chlat Road Tel: XXXXX4. VEGETARIAN FOOO FOR Better Health. Happy Realm (536 words)
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      AT YOUR SERVICE RATES SECTION INDEX TelcphoM S«m<« XXXXX22 PERSONAL SERVICES Moodoy Fndoy 8 30om-bOOpm OrAnory 70 ct» p«f ~<x d <<t«n fi 0 501 »2-2/»u»i5u«c So*»*>y 8 30 o m 3 00 p m Ji^T^^ St (l2NtocSun<«6y Tmtl S«wO«p4o» JI2 00 p«f column cm II EMPLOYMENT PubfccHoMoy 900on> 100pm (1238 words)
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      PART-TIME SECRETARY WANTED for 1 '/2 months from 7/7/80 to 21/8/80 A) Must be bilingual B) Able to operate: 1) PMBX switchboard. 2) OKI Telex Machine. 3) Electric typewriter Interested pleaae call Mrs Esther Tan lei 8535.13 PMNTBM COMPANY REOUWES experienced IBM selectrlc composer typist cum layout artist. Please call (532 words)
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      Due le our sipensaon ol business we mvne stiriaMy Quehned persons to m the following posrnone. 1) StePPsNO EXECUTIVE c At least 3 yean experience In similar position. 2) 1S»"BIQ ASSISTANT Must be familiar with marltime procedures. Salary la mgoHabli but w« com mensurste wrth quamiceUuna and Applicants to submit (469 words)
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      requires (A) Driver (B) Despatch Rider (C) General Worfcar* Requirements Male Singapore citizens Between IB to 25 years of age Possess a valid Class 111 LII driving licence for Posts (A) ft (B) respectively Have a working knowledge of English Please call personally for interview on Monday. 23rd June 1080 (493 words)
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      SECURITY GUARD (let Sh.fi 7am le 3pm) CARPARK ATTENDANT (Hale Only) Required by the Owner of a Multi-storey Building at Orchard Road Pleeee catt: 2S3SSS6 (DOREEN) foe furttwr d#ta)tta STC REQUIRES Receptionists Secretary Tew Operator Cleaner* Preferably females living In district IM4 Write with enclosed photograph contact phone number to: (523 words)
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      111 VEHICL 55 Vehicles For Sale DECEMBER 1971 MINI 1000 Special Oood condition Immediate transfer Tel: XXXXX19. XXXXX 0.n.0. DEC. 1870 MINI Clubman Beautiful condition. PARK eligible Sports steering/ rims, tyres, tel: XXXXX80 Tony MIO 1972 AUSTIN Clubman. One owner, asking $7,300 Superb condition Tel: XXXXX56 MIO 1972 MINI Clubman (746 words)
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      s a boats REQD. 1874. DATSUN 120Y 1 owner Tip-top condition Stereo, cassette, alrcond. new paint. Tax till Dec Contact XXXXX83 REO. 1878 OATSUN 160J Aircon sports rims good condition PARF eligible Selling at $15 JOO on o Tel. XXXXX68 1888 DATSUN 1000 c c. Engine Just overhauled. New paint. (1005 words)
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      1873 FIAT IMS. with PARF. alrcondllloner. new sports lyres, neat bodywork touch-up $9,500 ono Tel: XXXXX37 1971 RAT 1«. Aircon.. radio cassette Tax November to New paint tyres Oood condition $8.200 0 no Tel: XXXXX32 1874 FIAT 124 Sports. Alrcond, sports rims. $14,800 XXXXX09. 11 A Blnjalpark 1874 FIAT I*4 (930 words)
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      1871 MAZOA 1088 new battery. Selling $5300 negotiable PARF Call XXXXX82 Richard 1871 MAZDA 1000 c.c Road tax insurance December. 2 careful private owners Tip top condition. Radio/ cassette. New tyres/ battery. $6,100 0.n.0. Ring: XXXXX43. 1872 DECEMBER MAZDA 1000 PARF eligible Tip top condition Call: XXXXX48. 1872 MAZOA 1800 (968 words)
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      +Z& 1873, COLT OALANT 16L Coupe. Alrcond. Beautiful condition $9,800 ono. View 2. Jalan Novena Barat. 1873 COLT OALANT 18L Oood condition, alrcond.. sports rims, radio cassette. Tax new. Tel: XXXXX61. 1873, COLT OALANT 1400. aircon.. good condlUon. selling cheap $10,000/- 0.n.0. Tel: XXXXX9 1873 QALANT 1400 sports rims, cassette, (818 words)
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      1872, TOVOTA CARMA. Alrcond? radio, cassette, new tax. tyres. $8,600 ono. Tel: XXXXX19. Blk. 361. 387-B. Clement! Avenue 2. 1872 TOVOTA COROLLA Alrcond, sports rims, cassette, contact XXXXX81. 1872 TOVOTA MX 11. air-con., eligible for PARK $9,800/- 0.n.0. Can loan $6,000 Tel: XXXXX1. 1872, TOVOTA CORONA 1600. PARF eligible, aircon.. (811 words)
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      CITROEN OS 21 Pallas 1972 model. Alrcond. good condition No PARF. Going cheap. Phone: XXXXX38 CO. OWNED. TOVOTA Crown and Holden Klngswood. both 197a Alrcond. power steering. XXXXX28 Exchange considered DECEMBER 1871 VOLKSWAGEN 1200 Oood condition New paint. recenUy overhauled. $7,000. Tel: XXXXX1 OCC 78 LANCIA Beta Coupe 1800. good (981 words)
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      AP YAMAHA YB 100 c.c Price $600. AX Yamaha L 2 Price $400. Tyres, insurance, seat all new. Tel: XXXXX08. AO CB 17S Selling $950 Tip top condition. Tel. XXXXX84 AO HONOA ISO Twin, good condition Call Jeffrey. XXXXX96 mornIng AR SUZUKI SCRAMBLER TS 12SB. AU Yamaha RD 12S. Tip (982 words)
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      GENUINE BUYER REQUIRES One unit Japanese car Preferably below 1800 c.c Pleae call XXXXX03. Poh Leng. BELOW 1800 C.C. Any popular make Must be 1976 onwards with PARF. Will only consider well maintained cars. Ring: Tommy XXXXX48. SALESMAN URGENTLY REQUIRES good used car. 1974 1979 Below 1400 c.c. Tel: XXXXX16 (780 words)
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      57 Scrap Vehicles ABOVE 1001 C.C.. C. ANO helow 1000 c c Tel XXXXX33 BELOW 2000 C.C. scrap car Hal 125 Including transfer $9,000 ono Tel: XXXXX57 1970 OATSUN 1300, good condition For exchange, scrap or use PARF eligible Offers lo XXXXX1 2000 C.C. FOR Scrap Asking reasonable price Ring: (677 words)
  • IX OBITUARIES
    • 124 In Memoriam [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      124 In Memoriam "One year has passed since you left us so suddenly Memories of you will always linger In our hearts LovNtoJy i •iiiaiMuereo by wMe Mdn> Prema, daughter*, brother*. Hln •mar -in-latr nephew* and niece*. M LOVMO MEMORY OF CHOMOHOO D»p«rt«d 22t.7» 'One year have passed. But memories (81 words)
    • in Loving Memory of [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      in Loving Memory of AUGUSTIHF NG HOMO KHIM caNad lo Ma raward on Juno 22 1t77 Always remembered by wifa and (21 words)
  • IX OBITUARIES
    • 122 Condolences [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      122 Condolences Our dupilt tympttiy to MR. MG KOK KENO FAMLV oo th« d«»lh ol hi. f»th«r LOR BACK CHIA a N.K. PERUMAL DATO NG CHUNG HANG B.B.M.(L) D P M.J.. S.P.MJ. (32 words)
    • 120 Deaths [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      120 Deaths TAN HANG SWEE, AGED 77 YRS PASSED AWAY PEACEFULLY ON 20TH JUNE ISSO LEA VMM BEHIND BELOVED WIFE: YEO LIANQ NEO DAUGHTERS: MOLLY. NOLLY. RITA. SHIRLEY. ROSALIND U EVELYN SONS: BENG CHUAN BENO LIM SONS-IN-LAW: CHARLIE BEAH (DECEASED). EDWARD PHUAH SWEE KIM YEO CHIANG CHWEE DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW: FLORENCE TAN (95 words)
    • 123 Acknowledgements [Articles + Illustrations]
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      123 Acknowledgements The Family of the late wish to express their gratitude lo all relative* and friends for their kind assistance, attendance, condolences, wreaths and donations during their rec#nt o+rof v#mont. MDM GOH MEOW HIANG (35 words)
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    I* tor Mm loved ohm whom you (7 words)
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      I IV ACCOMMODATION 6 PROPERTIES 66 Warehouses 68 Shop Space Vacant/Wanted ■NDUBTWAL a) Fmr9ate WANTED '"^'national Company re- «TSr^r? P^aL t ß^l«.° quires LAND approx. sto 10 Uon Renl UMO p m s«le tt.ooo acres for WAREHOUSE and per sq ft Highest nearest offer STORAGE yard. secures Write to: Marine (1212 words)
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      I HI TIMIl TOPIS l| VII TMViI ttftttttfitttittttaiatatsf is J Dale Of Ceremony: A^ MM) September IMO al the Neptune Theatre a Raalauranl A W <(\\y CV*C V* £>■ 15/t 15 Day. USA HOLIOAY t2M I oV 3 3>°^ 1« DAYS MNL/TWN/HKG/BKK (P) S2IM I <<h^ vO v J& 15 (898 words)
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      VII TRAVEL 6 TOURS Dep Every Sun (7 words)
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      NAM HO TIMEL KUUCE m Ht LTI. &T.P.a LIC NO 140 Head Office: 014-16-16, Pearf s Centre, Eu Tong Sen St (Yangtze Theatre) Singapore 01 OS. Tet XXXXX33 (7 lines) Branch Office: 1 1 9. People's Park Complex. Ground Floor, New Bridge Road, Singapore 0105. Tet XXXXX1/XXXXX2/ XXXXX3/XXXXX2/XXXXX6/ XXXXX8/XXXXX3. KIT (413 words)
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      VIII ANNOUNCEMENTS 4 PERSONAL EVENTS CHINESE GENTLEMEN AOE 24. 28 seek sincere friends Photo114 Lost ft Found $St»j£ r n o.££g* v*u ctr ONE DARK BROWN briefcase left 116 R«JiO.iOUS c n o^er* t < JuT y A S. i tsrda K y'°mh Aiwowiceinenls June. Important personal documents, manuals, etc (558 words)
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      leadline for Death/Funeral Ad». Where To Place Ada. 1. Before 4.00 pm Times Orchard Centre, (Monday- MlO5 Lucky Plaza Friday) Times Centre, 1 New Before 12N Industrial Road off Saturday Upper Paya Lebar Road 2. After 5.00 pm Times House, Kirn (Monday- Seng Road. Sunday) Rates 1. Run-on style 70 (92 words)
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      aw a I 'U" r J BiS MAKE TRAVEL YOUR CAREER We are a leading international travel agency looking for suitably qualified personnel to join our rapidly expanding team in Sngapore and Malaysia. Applicants must be able to speak fluent er glish and mandarin A pleasant disposition and natural flair (485 words)
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      f is rapidly expanding its present fleet of large bufc-carriers and OBOs. The efficient operation of its modern vessels requires high calibre seagoing officers who are dedicated to a demanding ond rewarding career To meet the Company's future manpower requirements, applications are invited from suitably qualified young Singapore/ Malaysia citizens (681 words)
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      1 (i«w») il fTI technology 1 MWM Diesel Far East Pte Ltd, subsidiary of one of Germany's oldest and I Ifl I iIC lv()L leading manufacturers of Diesel Engines for Industrial and marine applica- ■<• I Ml Will 1^(B W Hon. invites applications for the following posts based in Singapore (1428 words)
  • SUNDAYTIMES SPORT
    • Back any horse with win in his last start [Articles]
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      Back any horse with win in his last start EPSOM JEEP By k. L^^^BT^r^^^awJ^^^r^^F^^^B! FOLLOW winning form. Here's an absurdly simple little system. There is only one rule to apply and it takes only a couple of minutes to pin-point your day's bets from the racecard in a morning newspaper. (761 words)
    • SELECTIONS [Articles]
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      SELECTIONS Going forecast: GOOD UiMm Crawa: Hit good patch winning last two races in One style; game winner with 57 Class 4 Div 3 1,200m 1:13.4 Penang May 25 good; can score 1,400m easily. Special S*mrtfcuM: Ran two good races KL in March flashing home strong second with 563 Class (569 words)
    • TODAY'S CARD [Articles]
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      TODAY'S CARD RATF 1 2.0 LADIES RACE DIV A MARA CLASSES 1 2 1 1 Sinar Suria 1 Cheni ID) (Selangor PRC) Mbs Heyd 12 2 2 Sir Toby 75 (Selangor PRC) Mrs Rym-IaMS 8 3 4733 SHvar ßird 74 (Iskandar PC' M/i hwdan 11 4 4991 Lady El 70 (1473 words)
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      (Rollejaft^Jis Rollei Singapore (Pie) Ltd on established international manufacturer ot cameras, slide protectors, flashguns and other high precision products, invites applications from suitable candidates for the following position FINANCIAL ACCOUNTANT This position is responsible to the Commercial Director for the administration of our Finance and Accounting Unit comprising of the (534 words)
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      I Production Engineer, I I Production Supervisor I PRODUCTION ENGINEER I The Job: To analyse and solve problems related I I to the production of semiconductors; I I improve the yield and quality and to I I reduce costs by process System I I improvements. I Requirements: I A good (592 words)
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      OPPORTUNITIES An established international company seeks personnel to join its new representative office in Singapore. FIVE nMCMEMENT SPECIALISTS Experienced in oil industry, spare parts and procurement routines. Must hove at least three years experience with oil industry supply companies, preferably in South East Asia. Two of these to be initially (485 words)
  • SUNDAY TIMES SPORT
    • Turn tote – manipulation of odds and its legal [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Turn tote manipulation of odds and its legal TOTALISATOR betting on the Malaysian-Singa-pore racing circuit has soared into orbit thanks to a battle of wits among an aggressive new breed of go-go big plungers. This latest betting phenomenon is known as "turn tote" (hammer the tote in Cantonese) or in (1362 words)
    • Bucko impresses in pro-am debut [Articles]
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      Bucko impresses in pro-am debut FAIRWAY By BUCKO made an impressive debut In the Malaysian Amateur Racing Association Class 4 Division B 1,100 metres race at the Bukit Timah pro-am meeting yesterday. Taking command on settling down, the chestnut gelding broke away at the home turn and then drew away (354 words)
    • BIG SWEEP [Articles]
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      BIG SWEEP FIRST No: XXXXX1 ($4,315) SECOND No: XXXXX4 ($1,233) THIRD No: XXXXX8 ($616) STARTERS: ($l5O each) Nos. XXXXX1, XXXXX8, XXXXX7, XXXXX9, XXXXX5, XXXXX4, XXXXX7, XXXXX8, XXXXX4, XXXXX6, XXXXX9, XXXXX8, XXXXX0. CONSOLATION: ($lOO each) Nos. XXXXX9, XXXXX7, XXXXX4, XXXXX0, XXXXX7, XXXXX5, XXXXX7, XXXXX0, XXXXX4, XXXXX9. Race 2 MARA CLASS 1 (1537 words)
    • Jeep always horses around to keep punters in know [Articles]
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      Jeep always horses around to keep punters in know PATRICK BABTIANS .By IF race hones eoaM talk, Chan Ha Weag, «1, or Epsom Jeep, as he to kaowa to Meads aai oar readers. woaU have beta oaoi In eewt for lavas*— of privacy. Big, with hashes for eyebrow*, bollowtasg iMghter (648 words)
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      «w Tbuch. Listen. Learn. 1 1 The new National mini recorder is a gem from a long line of recorders. Bjy^JZl"^-s^ Perfect for the businessman, the song writer, the language student. ■5^ fcV Tape-speed controls playback 10-20% faster or slower from a standard cassette. Easy for those who take dictation (534 words)
  • SUNDAY TIMES SPORT
    • Orantes compensated [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Orantes compensated LONDON, Sat. Manuel Orantes, of Spain, will receive US$2,BOO ($5,908) an compensation from the French tennis championships tournament committee for being ruled out of the event, the men's International Professional Tennis Council decided here today. Orantes was defaulted for refusing to play his fourth-round match against Guillermo Vilas, (92 words)
    • Italy lose to Nelson Bays [Articles]
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      Italy lose to Nelson Bays NELSON, Sat. Italy were beaten 13-9 (half-timeW) by Nelson Bays in the opening match of their rugby union tour of New Zealand here today. Nelson Bays scored through tries by Alan Dobson and Paul McKay and a penalty goal and a conversion by S. Dayman. (50 words)
    • THE NEW CHAMPION [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER, AP
      THE NEW CHAMPION Duran pounds out unanimous 15-round decision over Leonard MONTREAL, Sat. Roberto Duran, mixing strength with boxing ability, scored a unanimous 15-round decision over Sugar Ray Leonard to win the World Boxing Council welterweight title here last night. Duran, the man they call "Hands of Stone," set the (585 words)
    • Racing rebels in secret meet to resolve impending crisis [Articles]
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      Racing rebels in secret meet to resolve impending crisis PARIS. Sat. Leaders of a band of rebellious Grand Prix racing teams met secretly here yesterday in a final effort to avoid jeopardizing world championship racing. Racing sources said Bernie Ecclestone, chief executive of the Formula One Constructors Association (FOCA) and (308 words)
    • Perilous path for three Americans — not Borg [Articles]
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      Perilous path for three Americans not Borg LONDON, Sat. Sweden's defending champion Bjorn Borg, chasing a fifth successive Wimbledon men's title, may coast to this year's final, but the man he meets there may well have survived a perilous journey for the privilege of playing him. The leading contenders in (509 words)
    • Italy should gain third place in Cup [Articles]
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      Italy should gain third place in Cup NAPLES, Sat. Italy, the team who looked like they may go all the way when they beat England play Czechoslovakia here today for third place in the European Nations' Cup soccer tournament. The final between West Germany and Belgium will be tomorrow The (488 words)
    • Hail King Cricket Sobers — the greatest all-rounder in the history of the sport [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Hail King Cricket Sobers the greatest all-rounder in the history of the sport GARY SOBERS was almost 30 and in his prime when the Second Test between England and the West Indies began in midsummer 1966. They called him King Cricket the greatest all-rounder in the sport's history. Sobers was (829 words)
    • BRIEFS [Articles]
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      BRIEFS MOSCOW, Sat. Russia's 21-year-old Olga Kouraguine yesterday broke the women's world pentathlon record at an athletics meet at the Lenin Stadium here by 19 points. Olga scored 4.858 points to improve compatriot Nadeda Tkatchenko's previous best, set In 1977. Her performances were: 13.38 sec.dOO metres hurdles), 13.44 m (snot (249 words)
    • Olga shatters world pentathlon record [Articles]
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      Olga shatters world pentathlon record round leader, had a 71 for a 137 total. Leading scores: 1M Bob Glider. 1H George Burns. U> Lee Trevlno, Jim Nelford (Can), Mike Donald. 11l Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player (SA), Johnny Miller. Hale Irwin, Ben Crenshaw, Bill Krataert, Jim Dent. 1M Calvin Peete, Tommy (420 words)
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      Otis go down to Heli HELI ORIENT beat Otis Elevator $-3 in the Singapore Darts Association Division One League. DIVISION ONE Hell Orient 6 Odi Elevator 3, StemcM A 4 Scorpion DC 5. Elite 6 Cobru 1. Stngas 5 Fraaer And NMt P W L F A PlTh Changl Una (281 words)
    • Wong scores big upset [Articles]
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      Wong scores big upset ROBERT LIM last night failed in his revenge bid to topple tup-seeded Lee Ah Ngo when he bowed out 7-15, 12-15 to Wong Shoon Keat in the men's singles semi-finals of the Yonex invitation badminton circuit (first teg) at the Singapore Badminton Hall. Other semi-final results: (111 words)
    • Sport better off without circle game [Articles]
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      Sport better off without circle game ...and the painted ponies go up and down. We can't pretend, we can only look, around us as we go, and go round and round and round in the circle game... So goes the song, and so goes the dreary, neverending soap opera directed, (570 words)
    • SHA adopt modified system for tourney [Articles]
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      SHA adopt modified system for tourney R. MANOR A J By THIS year's Singapore Hockey Association under23 competition will be held early next month on a modified double knockout system. Previously, it was run on a knockout basis. The double knockout system, adopted for the first time since the tournament's (164 words)
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      SIA Group send Khalsa crashing SINGAPORE Airlines Group brought Khalsa crashing down 3-1 in a Premier Division match at Balestler Road yesterday. In another Premier match, Singapore Cricket Club won only their second game of the season when they squeezed past Police 2-1 at Thomson In a Division One match (62 words)
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    • BIG TWO TO CLASH YET AGAIN [Articles]
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      BIG TWO TO CLASH YET AGAIN JOE DOR AI Singapore through with 3-1 aggregate over Pahang By KUANTAN, Sat. Singapore qualified for their sixth successive Malaysia Cup final on a 3-1 goal-aggregate tonight when they drew 11 with Pahang in a bruising second-leg semi-final match at the Darulmakmur Stadium here. (532 words)
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      VIEWPOINTS PAHANG SINGAPORE RESULT Scorer/* (with goal-times) Roamaini Shah (34th) Lim Tang Boon (80th) Shoti on target Shots off target Corn«r-kick« 13 Free-kicks 26 (offside 8 20 (offsides 2) Teams, with performance marks out of ten. Each side's star player in capital letters and Man of the Match with an (142 words)
    • Poor race, but Scow in good spirits [Articles]
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      Poor race, but Scow in good spirits BARA UDUWELA By RICHARD SEOW, Singapore's 18-year-old sprint wonder, wasn't too wonderful when he finished last at 12.1 seconds for the 100-metres heat in the Singapore Amateur Athletic Association relay trials at the National Stadium yesterday. But Scow isn't too disappointed with his (300 words)
    • Ng wipes off javelin record [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Ng wipes off javelin record NG BOCK HUAT set a meet and national agegroup record of 54.26 metres in the boys under19 javelin event at the sixth Caltex age-group athletic championships at the National Stadium yesterday, reports SABA UDUWELA. So superior was Ng that his winning throw beat second-placed Cheng (240 words)
    • Kwok still ahead in Masters [Articles]
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      Kwok still ahead in Masters JIMMY KWOK, the right-hand-ed 23-year-old kegler who created a stir in the national bowling championships at Kim Seng Bowl when he shot off into the lead on Friday, remained at the top of the list with his 1.293 pintail effort yesterday. Nfi'i Marten qaaltfylax Up (127 words)
    • NST off to good start [Articles]
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      NST off to good start NEW Straits Times, of Malaysia, made a flying tart over Straits Times, Singapore, oa the first day of the inter-company games yesterday. NST troaaced ST M at badminton, 4-1 at sepak takraw, 5-1 at hockey, hat lost la bowlInt. £y 221 pint* aad crashed t-7 (90 words)
    • Contented smiles despite the lack of thrills [Articles]
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      Contented smiles despite the lack of thrills PETER SIOW By KUANTAN, Sat. Understandably, the secondleg of the Pahang-vSlngapure Malaysia Cap semi-final here today was not what it may have been is terms of entertainment valne. Uataas, of mum, you are eae of these who Uve watching robust play, which resulted (388 words)
    • West Indies back in command [Articles]
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      West Indies back in command GODFREY ROBERT By LONDON, Sat. West Indies, put on the driving seat by Vivian Richards yesterday and forced to test the brakes in the preluneh session by England this morning, were back in complete command at tea on the third day of the second Test (300 words)
    • Training stint now in jeopardy [Articles]
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      Training stint now in jeopardy BERNARD PEREIRA By THE planned month-long training stint of Singapore's four-man badminton team in Ragunan, Indonesia now already six months overdue seems to be in Jeopardy And it is all because of a recent request made to the Singapore Sports Council for an additional fee (263 words)
    • SCOREBOARD [Articles]
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      Electrolux 4-1 UNBEATEN Electrolux suddenly look like possible winner* in the Anchor HiiiiiMM Houses squash league after they impressed with a 4-1 victory over tough United Banks in their last preliminary match at the Singapore Squash Centre yesterday. In two other matches, American International Assurance edged out Ease 3-2. and (106 words)
    • LATEST [Articles]
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      LATEST England, trailing by 24* oa first Innings, had scored 33 for no wicket at the close of the third day of the second cricket Test against the West Indies at Lore's here today. Heater. (35 words)
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      Mokhtar's goal ends Kelantan's late charge PNG HONQ KWANG By KELANTAN I SELANGOR 2 KOTA BAHRU, Sat. Kelantan's tremendous charge in the Malaysia Cup petered out tonight when they were beaten by a late Selangor goal in the second-leg semifinal at the Kota Bahru Stadium here. The winning goal, in (473 words)
    • South Korea, Thailand to meet in soccer final [Articles]
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      South Korea, Thailand to meet in soccer final BANGKOK, Sat.- South Korea yesterday defeated Brunei l-« after extra time for the chance to meet Thailand la the final of the ninth Asian schools football tournament. Ear Her, Thailand qualified for tommorrow s final when they trounced Singapore 4-1. The Thais (229 words)
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