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The Straits Times K>td 1845 TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, ItBt 30 CENTB M.C.(P) No. 111/1/80

POLAND HIT BY MORE STRIKES. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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POLAND HIT BY MORE STRIKES. Gierek postpones West Germany trip WARSAW, Monday A WAVE of strikes spread further along the Baltic coast of Poland today and reports of the first hint of trouble in the coal mining heartland of Silesia reached Warsaw. The Silesian region is the power base of

Aussie police to probe budget leak [ARTICLE]

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Aussie police to probe budget leak CANBERRA, Mon. AUSTRALIAN federal police will begin an immediate inquiry into the leakage, X hours ahead of official time, of the govM Mill lit federal budget outline This was announced today by the Treasurer. Mr John Howard, who told a prew conference: "I do

Rents shock [ARTICLE]

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Rents shock nu vrvM •otK* Ml fufPijEna 1 i -v thai thrtr mt> will fo i*> m srsr v T-

The 'junkyard connection' in stolen cars racket [ARTICLE]

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The 'junkyard connection' in stolen cars racket ELENA CHONG By A GANG of car thieves disposed of 33 Singapore cars in Malaysia, using registration books of Malaysian cars destined for the scrap heap after accidents The number plates of the stolen vehicles were (hanged to coincide with the registration book

'Emergency in Libya' [ARTICLE]

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'Emergency in Libya' CASABLANCA, Mon. IJbva kaa declared a *utr of emergency Mlowtnn an army rrvolt la tke Tobrck are* of Cvreaalca province where the number of the dead and tke Mounded exceeded 4#J. dlplomatir ■rcea nald today. There was a* o»nfirmaUon fr»ra thr Ubyan authorities on tke revolt whirh

3 pc of world's population. [ARTICLE]

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3 pc of world's population. IN his speech at the National Day rally and cultural show on Sunday, the Prime Minister. Mr Lee Kuan Yew. said: •The Japanese are 0.3 per cent ■■f the people of the world, 3 per cent of the MrWl land area, and 10 per rent

'Japan will not become a big military power' [ARTICLE]

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'Japan will not become a big military power' TOKYO, Mon PRIME Minister Zenko Suzuki said today Japan will never again become a big military power, but will work to attain a defence capacity great enough to guard against 'all forms of threats." Mr Suzuki made the pledge in his first

2 Red camps captured. [ARTICLE]

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2 Red camps captured. YALA, Mon. Combined Thai army and police units cap 1 tured two communist guerilla camps in Yala province last Wednesday and followed this up with the seizure of two food dumps on Saturday, police here said today. However, the security forces made no contact with the

Dirty Water downs 700 [ARTICLE]

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Dirty Water downs 700 BUDAPEST. Mon. A total of 700 people have been made ill by infected water In the south-western town of Nagykanizsa, with 209 so far taken to hospital, radio reports said here today. The epidemic, which started last week, is believed to have been caused by water

Russians told to close two consulates in Iran. [ARTICLE]

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Russians told to close two consulates in Iran. TEHERAN, M*a. Iran's Farelga Ministry baa Instructed the Savtet Charge d'Affalrea here to clone the Savlet caaaalatea la the tawns Rasht aad bpahaa within U hoars, Radio Teheraa reported today. The radio said the order wax riven to the Soviet official yesterday.

14 drown [ARTICLE]

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14 drown NEW DELHI, Mon At least 14 people were drowned when a boat carrying 28 people capsized in Sarayan River in the Sitapur district of northern Indian Uttar Pradesh yesterday. reports reaching here today

Moscow cancels scheduled by PM [ARTICLE]

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Moscow cancels scheduled by PM AHMAD OSMAN By THE Soviet Union has cancelled Mr Lee Kuan Yew's scheduled visit to Moscow, official sources said yesterday. The Soviet decision was conveyed to the Prime Minister in a message delivered to him last Friday by the Soviet Ambassador here, Mr Fyodor I.

Probe on gas pipe safety [ARTICLE]

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Probe on gas pipe safety SHIZUOKA, Mon Japanese firemen today sought an urgent re-appraisal of safety measures following a gas explosion here on Saturday which killed 14 people and injured about 200. The explosion ripped apart an underground shopping arrade. one of about 80 in Japan. which fire agency officials

Bush mission [ARTICLE]

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Bush mission TOKYO. Mon United States Republican vice -presidential candidate George Bush arrived here today for talks with Japanese Government leaders on trade and the situation in Asia and the Pacific region. Reuter.

LATEST Arms cache in embassy [ARTICLE]

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LATEST Arms cache in embassy BAGHDAD, Hon. Lands of explottivra and heavy arms found In the Syrian Kmbaaay were removed today la the pretence of members at the Arab diplomatic corps and the embassy staff were ordered oat of Ike rountrj, tke «Uteowned Inkql News Agenr> said. The Foreign Ministry

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Mondale or the Speaker may be President [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mondale or the Speaker may be President Either can be sworn in under an archaic law WASHINGTON, Monday ON JAN 20, 1961, the next President of the United States will take the oath of office on the steps of the Capitol. But he may not be Jimmy Carter or Ronald

Security guard gets away with $2m loot [ARTICLE]

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Security guard gets away with $2m loot SAN FRANCISCO, Mon An employee of Brinks, a security company, made off with an armoured truck during a routine cash pickup on Friday at San Francisco international airport, hijacked a car and escaped with at least US$1 million (SS2.12 million) in cash, police

McGovern: Kennedy will campaign for Carter [ARTICLE]

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McGovern: Kennedy will campaign for Carter WASHINGTON, Mob. President CMter, plan alag strategy for his ophlll re-electloa battle against Republican Ronald Reagaa, was tolH by aa Rdward Keaaedy sapporter that the Seaator will campaign (or him. Seaator George McGovera, who saap»rt«J Mi Keaaedy (a his laalag right far tae 118*

Armed guards to stop rash of hijacks [ARTICLE]

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Armed guards to stop rash of hijacks WASHINGTON, Mon. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced yesterday that armed federal air marshals will be on board all aircraft leaving Florida and other selected sites in an effort to stop a rash of hijackings to Cuba. At the same time, the FAA

Embalming fluid theft [ARTICLE]

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Embalming fluid theft hustun, Mon iiuevn broke into a funeral home and stole 72 one-pound (0.45 kg) containers of embalming fluid and an undetermined number of hypodermic syringes, police said yesterday They fear someone might swallow or inject himself with the fluid, which could be fatal. -UPI.

Terror-struck Saudi woman back in US [ARTICLE]

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Terror-struck Saudi woman back in US DALLAS. Mon A TERRIFIED yeaag Saadl AraaUa wemaa, whs heUeved she weald he fsrelMv retsvmed to her hemflaad aad ezeratod far OMMTytag a Texaa, retaraed to the lalted States yesterday far a toarfal rrsalia with family aad Meads. Hada Al-Taaaa, Ti, a tenser stadeat

Peace, but not at any price, says Reagan [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Peace, but not at any price, says Reagan CHICAGO, Mon. CHARGING that President Jimmy Carter seems "totally oblivious" to an increasing Soviet threat, Mr Ronald Reagan today lashed out at Mr Carter's foreign policy, and called for a world peace unhindered by "humiliation and gradual surrender." "Clearly, world peace must

Female blow to US military [ARTICLE]

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Female blow to US military WASHINGTON, Mon. In another blow to the allvolunteer military, women recruits are failing to finish their first enlistments at a much higher rate than male volunteers An army study estimates the fallout rate for women will reach 46.7 per rent this year 13.5 per cent

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Chun nominated as candidate for presidency [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Chun nominated as candidate for presidency Mon South Korea's army strongman On Chun Doo-Hwan was today nominated as a candidate in the next indirect presidential election. possibly next week He is expected to retire from the army on Friday, paving his a y for the Presidency, sources said More than

'150 troops killed in airport attack' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'150 troops killed in airport attack' ISLAMABAD. Monday AFGHAN guerillas attacked Jalalabad airport destroying three helicopters and killing 150 Soviet and Afghan soldiers, a guerilla spokesman said yesterday. The assault came one day after the end of the Muslim month of Ramadan last week, and lasted more than four hours,

Golkar warns Suharto's opponents [ARTICLE]

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Golkar warns Suharto's opponents JAKARTA, Mon The ruling Golkar party stated today it would deal firmly with attempts to overthrow President Suharto. Party chairman Grvgonous Sugiharto said Golkar will deal (irmly with any a'templs or political moves either from without or from within parlia meat to itifilrr the national roMfiMUi

Jakarta to start compulsory schooling [ARTICLE]

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Jakarta to start compulsory schooling JAKARTA. Mon In donesia celebrated its 35th independence anniversary yesterday with President Suharto announcing compulsory education for children between seven and 12 years of age The climax of the celebtation was at the Merdt-ka Palace ground where Mr Suharto led a ceremony in which the

Nato exercises [ARTICLE]

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Nato exercises y..n About ML Bntati aohfcrrs will par .l*i» ir yaM aMssfJ ma nwm« «rgi— ri by thr tertfe Atlantic Trrat) nrxaai ■M la Hnlaui tad on Ik* <»>'inrtii rwly Hit main a m ?■•■**> -afP

'Boat child' named after rescue ship [ARTICLE]

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'Boat child' named after rescue ship koni-kllAM. Mm Mfliumnv rMatr wrrrr ftrkr4 ap V Italrk run Alp 4« r l>« tkrtr NMfr fraa 1 Iri— Uat ynr km\r paM mi iMaul Uibalr U tkrir rmr«^n> V* Tklrt aa4 Mm wMr, 1^ TM H-l. MM la m Irtwr U Uw IUtUr4»m

Dragons pull on tourists? [ARTICLE]

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Dragons pull on tourists? un the home of it* unMjix- Kunl Koroodo di again rw*M to ytomii h the i n...,, hf InlriMIt— I U>. niuulKja will Mod> U* niUJo* team" lonrsian island of Kcanodo whirr the lizartk Mrvlw Rnim

New puffing record [ARTICLE]

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New puffing record STRASBOURG. Mon. JeanMarx- Kraus of Luxembourg puffed on three grammes of tobacco for 86 minutes today to take first place in an international pipe smoking contest near here Mr Kraus beat a Swiss woman. Ms Marie-Louise Soltermann. by one minute Fifty-seven contestants, mainly from West Germany and

Dissident leader Kim stays silent in court [ARTICLE]

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Dissident leader Kim stays silent in court SKOI I., Mon Scatk Korean dlv.ld.nt trader him Iter-Jung leftmrd to Mwwrr pr— erattoa qomtlawi toda\ In a i nurl martial trvlag him charge* at attempting to rtmmll sedltl.n Tfce c»oii eaxllrr drrMed. »t thr reqirat of Martial L»* jpr—<»■lara, to miration Mr

Hanoi and Samrin regime sign aid pact [ARTICLE]

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Hanoi and Samrin regime sign aid pact BANGKOK. Mon Vietnam and the govern menl it backs in Kampuchea have sign* 1 an agreement under which Hanoi will provide non-reimbursable aid to Phnom Penh, the Kampuchean news agency SPK reported today. The agency, monitored here, gave no details of the accord

2,000 who kicked up a record [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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2,000 who kicked up a record TWO thousand legs swinging (Hit U» set a dulnnev. record by 2,1 M Up dancers who danced their way »n 34th Street from the Kmpire State Build lag to Mary's In New York on Sunday. The dancers' high kirks east shadows on the street,

Arabs blamed for fires [ARTICLE]

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Arabs blamed for fires TEL AVIV, Mon. A polk* report published by the newspaper Haaretz yesterday said that almost 40 per cent of the fires in Israeli forests and fields in the firs: four month* of this year were set by Arabs on instructions from terrorist groups Twenty-eight of the

China visit by warships [ARTICLE]

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China visit by warships HONGKONG. Mon Three British naval-guided missile frigates left here today on the firs! vlsil to China by British warships in 30 years. The three frigates. HMS Amtrim. HMS Coventry and HMS Alacrity, will visit Shanghai from Sept 4 to 8, a spokesman for the Royal Navy

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Dim outlook for world economy [ARTICLE]

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Dim outlook for world economy WOKLD BANK FORECAST WASHINGTON, Monday TNKKK b a rrwl risk lh»t Ihr ■'•■ritlr rrcaamir ffiMfn rlrkrr rwiaUir* will raaw lira I* glvr Iaa4 Mtnttii to tkr ■riMii «f Ikr In iliptat wfM. 7 World Bmnk Prest drat M-Muwt in an lwn—Wa«i ro rnf fcjn* s

Snatched baby feared eaten [ARTICLE]

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Snatched baby feared eaten ALICE VIUNCS (Australia*. Ham A rtiMi'Ml-otd baby &NI MfM bjf ft i ,wUi doc aim- bring kvd trmm a cano MM at Ayn Hark la tar rmtral Km traftaa mtbarm last right, a* DrttMtd today Tan and d» alarm was raiapd wajpfi tk# auOwr spotMl a

Search for Titanic called off [ARTICLE]

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Search for Titanic called off NEW YORK, Mon The search (or the sunken British luxury liner Titanic has been called off because of storms in the North Atlantic, the New York Daily News reported today. The research ship H.J.W.Fay, with a i crew of 38, including 20 scientists, has given

The five young and beautiful winners [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The five young and beautiful winners MISS Yaoßg InternattanaJ Stmaae Reaee Overman (centre) of Hawaii Mrrmuded by the ether tovely lame* after she wan the title at the Philippine Folk Arts Theatre la Manila Sunday light. The ruaera-ap are, fram left, Maria Kellclaa Lais, Philippine* ('earth riaaer-ap), Blhke Peteraea, Denmark

When plenty of butter, beef and wine is not good sign [ARTICLE]

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When plenty of butter, beef and wine is not good sign FRANKFURT, Mon. West German Finance Minister Hans Matthoefer today accused the Common Market of financial mismanagement. He told a Labour conference of the ruling Social Democratic Party it was unendurable that 70 per cent of the EEC budget went

Futile wait for UFOs [ARTICLE]

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Futile wait for UFOs PONTOISE, Mon Thou sands of French and foreign tourists waited two days for men from outer space whose arrival had been predicted by Frenchman Frank Fontaine, who said he was held captive by a IJPO for eight days last year. Police said more than 2,000 people

Police label Soho club fire as 'mass murder' [ARTICLE]

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Police label Soho club fire as 'mass murder' LONDON, Monday POLICE are calling the nightclub fire that killed 37 people Britain's worst-ever mass murder, and said that there could be up to 50 key witnesses to the blaze. But they said that up till yesterday, no witness has come forward

High cost of energy spells gloom in Britain [ARTICLE]

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High cost of energy spells gloom in Britain LONDON, Mon. Despite Britain's resources of North Sea oil and gas, its domestic energy prices are possibly the highest in west Europe, say industrialists ana unior leaders who are lobbying the government (or relief. This summer British oil output ran level with

A 'cure' for money troubles gives a wiggle in the post [ARTICLE]

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A 'cure' for money troubles gives a wiggle in the post JOHANNESBURG. Mon. A MAIL order witohdmtor ha* I— Jed hlmurU la t rouble with pastel authorities after leadIng live white moiuw m a rare to client with money trouble*. The UMMrt mbMtoa was to saeak »*t at ■lght, grah

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Growing battle to secure videodisc market [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Growing battle to secure videodisc market PARIS. Monday M th<> world tHevi skm market almost at (x.int. manu 'f audio-visu-al euuipment are preparing to do hattle sales of another device that could be I just as popular the videodisc This new equipment ntsabtts a recorder player in that it can

Colombia to shift embassy to Tel Aviv [ARTICLE]

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Colombia to shift embassy to Tel Aviv JERUSALEM. Mon. The Colombian Embassy in Israel will shortly move from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv, Ambassador Cesar Castro Perdomo said here yesterday. He did not give reasons (or the change The move would make Colombia the third country after Venezuela and Uruguay to

14 break out [ARTICLE]

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14 break out BRUSSELS. Mon Fourteen prisoners with smuggled weapons yesterday broke out of Liege Prison and escaped in three can, sources said nere. -AFP

Sadat 'no' to joint action to save Jerusalem [ARTICLE]

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Sadat 'no' to joint action to save Jerusalem JERUSALEM, Mon PRESIDENT Anwar Sadat has said that Egypt will not join Arab and Islamic states in a joint action to save Jerusalem because they were partly responsible, by their dissension and inter-fighting, for Israel's annexation of the holy city. Mr Sadat,

Just fancy that [ARTICLE]

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Just fancy that TEHERAN, Mm. Inui sold today It had broken off diplomatic relation* with Chile because of what It < described s* the Sooth American Government's lack of respect for human rights. The Foreign Mlnb.tr> said It had given the hllean Embassy here IS days to shot down operatioaM,

'Brezhnev plan for a united Germany' [ARTICLE]

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'Brezhnev plan for a united Germany' LONDON, Mon SOVIET President Leonid Brezhnev has secured the support of East European communist leaders for a peace offensive aimed at neutralising and perhaps ultimately reuniting Germany, the Observer reported yesterday. Quoting Yugoslav sources, the Sunday newspaper said Belgrade observers attribute the shift in

$850 b spent? [ARTICLE]

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$850 b spent? WASHINGTON. Mon. Global military expenditures may have totalled US$4OO hil lion (SJB4B billion) in 1977, the World Bank said yesterday in a report. UPI.

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SIA changes course in face of rough weather [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SI A changes course in face of rough weather JANIE KHOO and PAUL JANSEN By 6 According to Mr Pillay, SIA chose the Airbus for Its wide acceptance In the region, fuel efficiency and low operating costs. The latter two reasons are similar to those given by SIA In 1977

Deadly threat of plutonium in reactor waste [ARTICLE]

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Deadly threat of plutonium in reactor waste TONY AUSTIN By in Geneva SCIENTISTS critical of present nuclear energy policies contend that too little attention is being paid to the sheer volume of deadly plutonium which nuclear power stations will be producing by the year2oofJ The man-made substance is among the

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Lucky's going, going doggone! [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Lucky's going, going doggone! KUK tk# Brat Unw a U\r aalmal. a (tr*ret«l paca*. htm km aftrr»* far aarttaa ml Ik* Zkaat laaa Jlr (Srveatfc Maalk *r Hi«tr\ (ikaat Frailvai). a far crj fr*n ikr Ur»l Clilartr trm4lttoa t (Mrtaa m« rtar^tp* rtr» tawkrr at Prtt— RMUr MMtrt, Mr H.

FIRM TO MAKE PRECISION PARTS FOR ICs [ARTICLE]

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FIRM TO MAKE PRECISION PARTS FOR ICs AN AMERICAN precision metal stamping manufacturer. Buckbee-Mears. will soon set up a plant in Singapore to produce integrated circuit (IC) lead bums for the growing semi-conductor industry in South-east Asia Its entry fills a gap in the local availability of intermediate components which

Speech day [ARTICLE]

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Speech day Tbr MP for Chua Chu Kang. Mr Tanc Sop Chim. will be the fucM-ot-MMMr at the 14th annual tpeenh day at Tcck Why* Secondary School on Saturday at 9 an

Devan: It is better than job card [ARTICLE]

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Devan: It is better than job card THE government's proposal to keep track of workers through the Central Provident Fund (CPF) to check job-hopping was described by Mr C.V. Devan Nair last night as an improvement on the National Wages Council s recommendations. The National Trades Union Congress president said

Exec drops claim for damages in divorce suit [ARTICLE]

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Exec drops claim for damages in divorce suit A COMPANY executive, who sued his wife for divorce on adultery grounds, yesterday dropped his claim against the co-respondent for damages Mr Goh Yong Hang, represented by Mr Tan Bar Tien, was granted a consent order of $1,500 costs to be paid

'Scheme won't affect job hopping [ARTICLE]

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'Scheme won't affect job hopping PAUL JANSEN and JANIE KHOO By MANUFACTURERS, administrators and unionists contacted by The Straits Times yesterday said they felt the Central Provident Fund job record scheme would not affect job-hopping The scheme, mentioned last Saturday by Labour Minister Ong Pang Boon, requires CPF members to

Proper appraisal can boost staff morale: NPB [ARTICLE]

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Proper appraisal can boost staff morale: NPB PROPER evaluation of a worker's performance can boost morale and happy workers are unlike- ly to job-hop. This was the message put across yesterday to 33 personnel executives attending a National Pro- ductivity Board course on Active Performance Ap- i praisal The boards

How small firms can apply for grants [ARTICLE]

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How small firms can apply for grants SMAI.I. firms which have difficulty designing training courses that qualify for Skills Ovelopment Kund SDK grants, should do it through their associations with the help of training institutions as the fund will view these applications more favour- I ably Tnis was leflected in

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Count of Spore engineers and scientists [ARTICLE]

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Count of Spore engineers and scientists really •■ondWting two *n|* BjRsl sur e\s They are ihr National Survey of SrtenthV Man power l«0 and the Na EmI krwj K.mrinwt H M i f ii fc purpoBP of tile wrwyi ■M ,.h(.,,r tiul, ►<!.•!. •g Met •>'( taSk Hi mI IMi

Stage show [ARTICLE]

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Stage show THE MliiilM of Education, nr Taay Tan. •ill attnd the Studntt' SUffr 9hiw at tbr Ck«a( P»«B cemmmtty crwn in Srabawaac Road today at I p.BS.

Highrise danger for MacPherson residents as lift towers go up [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Highrise danger for MacPherson residents as lift towers go up A PROGRAMME to Ktve M»rPber»«a K»Ufbli i»«tai atrr By 4»>, ta* mUmIi ru UN" rtofc «f Mm Ugved k> piMka, plpn. Md »UeV 4eM« hut 4«wi b> ••rtpr. MMInK Ike irw lift Mwm. ■> alffkt, tbr> in ex paiVd to

Report vandals to police, Housing Board urges tenants [ARTICLE]

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Report vandals to police, Housing Board urges tenants THE Housing Board is urging its tenants to report vandals to the police in a bid to improve the environment in its estates. The board has spent $175,000 between April last year and March this year on repairs, especially on lifts which

Family planning and population officials studying research data [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Family planning and population officials studying research data SOME 20 people, including heads of population programmes and family planning and population control programme administrators from Asean countries, will talk about research findings and statistics all this week. The seminar began yesterday and will end on Friday But the subject of

Shoplifter thanks magistrate [ARTICLE]

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Shoplifter thanks magistrate SHOPLIFTER Moharaed Rldwan bin Axix, 24, wm not lacking In roartrsy although he sprni his Hari R*y» la B Be thankrd the magistrate, Mr Chang Kok Ming, for adourn ing his case to enable him to spend Hari Raya with his family when he was charged on

Alexandra dinner [ARTICLE]

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Alexandra dinner A NATIONAL Day buffet dinner wUl be held today at 7 p.m. at the car park in front of Blocks 26 to 28 in Tanslin Halt Road Mr Tan Soo Khoon. MP for Alexandra will be the guest of honour at the dinner organised by the Alexandra zone

Brothers and niece fight petition [ARTICLE]

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Brothers and niece fight petition THE PETITION of chartered accountant Paul Hooi Cheng Cheong for a High Court order to wind up a family shareholding company founded and named after his late millionaire father, Mr Hooi Yip Beng, will be resisted by his two brothers and a niece, now in

Dispute over bill for doing up flat [ARTICLE]

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Dispute over bill for doing up flat A DISPUTE over the value of renovations carried out in a flat brought an interior decorating company and i the flat owner into court yesterday. The plaintiff in this civil suit is Furnika Enterprises Pte Ltd which I renovated the Ang Mo Kio

$11,000 haul from home while family was out [ARTICLE]

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$11,000 haul from home while family was out THIEVES broke into a house in Upper Changi Road on Sunday and stole cash and jewellery worth more than $11,000. Seamstress Madam Kee Poh Wan, 33, who reported the theft to police, said that she, her husband and her children locked up

Finance talk [ARTICLE]

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Finance talk MR JOHN Tai, treasurer of the Development Bank of Singapore, will talk on "Ship Financing" at the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers' lunch on Saturday at the Apollo Hotel

Outing to Bugis Street turns sour for six [ARTICLE]

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Outing to Bugis Street turns sour for six AN OUTING to Bugis Street ended sour for three Malaysians, a man from India and their hosts a local couple Sources said that the host and his wife took the four visitors, who had heard so much about "this internationally renowned" tourist

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Publishing world's 'unsung heroes' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Publishing world's 'unsung heroes' BOOK dwlctrs are the uMwig heroes of the pubUaMßf world who seldom get the credit for their creative role in the business While most publishers mention the editorial team and the printing c-otnpanm. in their books, the designer is left out of the credit lines, groused

Firm sues bank for $186,000 paid as rent [ARTICLE]

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Firm sues bank for $186,000 paid as rent A WAREHOUSING company is suing the United Oveneas Bank for $1*000 which it claims is the excess rent paid by the company to the bank between 1971 and 1978 Ylt Sin Company Pte Ltd claims that it is the lawful tenant of

On Mandarin [ARTICLE]

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On Mandarin THE National University of Singapore's Language Centre will start a 15-week conversational Mandarin course, starting tomorrow

Stiffer fines for late tax returns [ARTICLE]

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Stiffer fines for late tax returns THE government has imposed stiffer fines for those who send their tax returns late. Inland Revenue sources said yesterday that for the first offence, the composition fine has been raised from $25 to $50. For second offenders, the fine has been Increased from $35

Chai to open three-day workshop [ARTICLE]

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Chai to open three-day workshop THE Senior Minister of I State (Education). Mr Chai Chong Vii, will open a three-day workshop on "Managing in Higher Education: The Role of Ideas, Skills and Attitudes" at the Ladyhill Hotel on Thursday at 8.30 a.m. The course, for middle level and senior university

PUB laying pipes [ARTICLE]

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PUB laying pipes THE Pastte I tUlUes Board electricity department wUI lay pipes across Bnklt Tlmafc Bosi at (he Baklt Tlmak aaa Seiegle Road Jaacttos tomorrow. ExeavaUoa will start at 8 p.m. aad eoatuae ttll I ».m. the foUowtag moralag. Work to ezpeetod to •ad after f«ar days. Slgas will

Titillating shirts: You risk losing them to law [ARTICLE]

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Titillating shirts: You risk losing them to law PEOPLE who insist on putting suggestive messages on their shirts may end up losing them altogether. If the police see these shirts, the wearer will be taken to a police station and asked to put on something else, even if it means

School's silver jubilee [ARTICLE]

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School's silver jubilee THE Slglap Secondary School will hold its Silver Jubilee speech and prize presentation on Saturday at 5 p.m. in the school Held. The Senior Minister of State (Foreign Affairs), Mr A Rahim Ishak. who is MP for Siglap, and his wife will attend the function. He will

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Plea to raise sugar supplies rejected [ARTICLE]

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Plea to raise sugar supplies rejected TWK tatwlr> af ■tHipiw 1.14 (aid that there •■>■ m afcartece la the mmrfce« mmi rr IrrM their rwajMst U Witaar It* mm** a> per The rfcalrmaa W the Hajaafirr RW S«ar •ad Or*rer> Waale- tlrn' \mwrtett«a, Mr ie«> Tlb Taa*. aid >eaW4a> that

16 strokes, jail for robber [ARTICLE]

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16 strokes, jail for robber AN ARMED robber with two previous convictions was sentenced yesterday to 33 months' jail and ordered to he given 16 suuko of the cane after he pleaded guilty to three charges of robbery and one of attempted robbery. The prosecution proceeded with two of the

New traffic signals. [ARTICLE]

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New traffic signals. THE newly-installed set of traffic signals at the junction of Bedok North Avenue 1 and an unnamed road leading to Bedok Interchange will begin operation today at 10 a.m.

Speech day [ARTICLE]

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Speech day THE Director of Education, Mr Chan Kai Yau. will attend the Crescent Girls School's annual prize presentation and speech day tomorrow at 4.30 I p.m.

534 booked for road offences [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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534 booked for road offences THE Traffic Police booked 534 motorists for various traffic offences between Aug 11 and 16, but 26 of them were let off with warnings. The remaining 506 were taken to court. A police spokesman said 217 were booked for road hogging and hindering the flow

No relief from traffic jam at this junction [ARTICLE]

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No relief from traffic jam at this junction 'Nothing can be done to ease congestion' MOTORISTS who have been agonising over the almost daily traffic jams at the junction of Nicoll Highway and Bras Basah Road during the morning peak hours can expect no relief from the authorities. For the

No fee yet for repeat checks on vehicles [ARTICLE]

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No fee yet for repeat checks on vehicles THE Registry Of Vehicles has yet tO implement its proposed ruling to charge fees for repeat inspections of commercial and public service vehicles. i— An ROV spokesman said yesterday that the proposed ruling, which was to have been implemented on July 1,

Crash claim settled for $11,000 [ARTICLE]

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Crash claim settled for $11,000 A PUBLIC UTILITIES Board meter reader, who sued both a father and his son for negligence in a road accident, settled his damages claim against them in the High Court yesterday for $11,000. Mr Ng Hock Foon, 38, broke his right leg in a collision

Charged with murder [ARTICLE]

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Charged with murder WANG Boon Hock. 21, was charged yesterday with the murder of Ang Scan Leng, 37, at the Adam Road hawker stalls last Friday. No plea was taken Wans was ordered to be remanded at the Criminal Investigation Department lockup pending further investigation Tne case will be mentioned

Hindu festival [ARTICLE]

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Hindu festival THE Aavani Mnolam religious festival will be celebrated at Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple in Ceylon Road. Katong. on Thursday from 5 p.m

Remanded on rape charge [ARTICLE]

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Remanded on rape charge KHOO Eng Chin, 22, was charged yesterday with raping a 12-year-old girl in an unoccupied house In Dairy Farm Road on July 10 No plea was taken. Khoo was ordered to be remanded at the Central lockup pending further investigation. The caje will be mentioned on

On adverts [ARTICLE]

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On adverts A TALK on Creativity in Advertising Why bother will be given by Mr Lynn Smith, chairman of the Creative Circle of Singapore on Thursday at the Advertising Media Owners' Association lunch at the Apollo Hotel.

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Refuse bins: Warning by ministry [ARTICLE]

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Praise for Muslims from Chok Tong [ARTICLE]

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Praise for Muslims from Chok Tong THE Minister for Trade and Industry. Mr Goh Chok Tong. last night praised the Muslims in Marine Parade for their contributions to the community Mr Goh, who is also MP for Marine Parade, said the Muslims in bis constit uency had played a major

Man sold firms' gold to settle debts [ARTICLE]

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Man sold firms' gold to settle debts mLnSMITH Lim Seng Choo sold his clients Chars to pay gamdebts then told police that they were stolen But the police were not footed On Aug 9, the same day he made the report, they raided his flat in Bukit Ho Swee and

Jail and cane for pusher [ARTICLE]

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Jail and cane for pusher AN UNEMPLOYED man was jailed for two yean and order- ed to be given two strokes of the cane when he pleaded guilty to trafficking in 100 Roche 2 tablets, a controlled drug A district court heard yes- < terday that Leong Kum Soon, j

60 Pc Crross Language hurdle to study law [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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60 Pc Crross Language hurdle to study law NEARLY 60 per cent of those wanting to study law at the National University of Singapore were acceptably proficient in English and have been offered places. The rest, although they had the paper qualifications, were not admitted. Law faculty dean Tan Sook

MONEY WOES SOLDIER HANGED HIMSELF [ARTICLE]

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MONEY WOES SOLDIER HANGED HIMSELF A SOLDIER, who had money troubles and ran away from camp to work, was found hanging from a door in his borne, a coroner's court heard yesterday. Veeraplllai Kanthasamy, 28, a corporal, borrowed money from his brother-in-law to get married and had to do casual

Toshiba to set up seventh plant here [ARTICLE]

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Toshiba to set up seventh plant here TOSHIBA, the giant Japanese electronics and industrial group, will open a plant in Ang Mo Kio to manufacture printed circuit boards in November, i Its investment will be in the region of $500,000 and about 100 workers will be employed In the Initial

Dinner date [ARTICLE]

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Dinner date THE MP lor Jurong, Mr Ho Kah Leong. will he the guest of honour of the HUDC Farrer Court Residents Association's dinner in celebration of National Day at the Farrer Court children's playground on Saturday at 7 30 p m

Dhana on value of absorbing best in cultures [ARTICLE]

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Dhana on value of absorbing best in cultures SOCIETIES which promote the use of a second language should be places j where more than the lanI guage is taught, the I Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr S. Dhanabalan. told the Tamil Language Society of St Georges Tamil Centre at its

Japanese here for signing [ARTICLE]

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Japanese here for signing A TEAM of Japanese experts, led by Professor B. Kondo. are on a visit here to conclude the record of discussions on the Japanese Technical Cooperation Programme for the National University of Singapore's engineering (acuity. The record of discussions will be signed today by Prof Kondo,

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Mahathir warning on subgroups in Asean [ARTICLE]

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Mahathir warning on subgroups in Asean KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. THE Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister has warned against forming racial or religious sub-groupings in Asean which, he said, would only cause divisions within the organisation. The sub-groupings, including those based on ethnic cultural sensitivities, would create undue suspicion and jealousy and

$325 m iron project [ARTICLE]

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$325 m iron project KOTA KINABALU. Mon. The Sabah Development Bank and the Chase Manhattan Asia Limited have been Jointly appointed financial adviser to the 1325 million sponge iron project to be built at Labuan. This was announced here today by the chairman of the project standing committee, Mr Stephen

Pumps stolen [ARTICLE]

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Pumps stolen IPOH, Mon. Three youths locked a watchman in a storeroom at a construction site In Simpang Pulai here at the weekend before stealing two water pumps worth about J2.00C, police said yesterday -NST.

'Favouring any one community will hamper NEP goals' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Favouring any one community will hamper NEP goals' PORT DICK SON, Mon. PENANG'S Chief Minister, Dr Lim Chong Eu, has said that there is no place for any attempt in Malaysia to enhance the economic development of any one community by controlling the progress of others. Speaking in his capacity

Air fares going up today [ARTICLE]

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Air fares going up today KUALA LUMPUR. Mm. All airtiaea wtli bMre»ae tbelr t»rea far travel ori|liia,tlnK tram MaJayaU Tram tomorrow, (allowing the M»l»>Hl»n Gavernment's approval of the third and loorth rouod at InU-rnatioßal Air Transport AaaadaUa* (lata) recommended fuel-related fare Increases. However, there will be no Increase In excursion

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MTUC for pay hikes before pacts run out [ARTICLE]

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MTUC for pay hikes before pacts run out Xl AI.A I.fMIM/K. Mob lYivatr sector unions, will receive the support and enrourajrement of the Malaysian Trade* Untoa Congress to start negotiations on wage in trtmt: even though their collective agreements may still be in effect The secretary general of the MTUC,

Twin calves [ARTICLE]

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Twin calves JOHORE BAKU. Mon- A Crc brad Aberdeen Augus >f cow the only kind in PilMiilii Malaysia and brkoafinf to tfee Sulun of Johore reccatly gave birth to twin calves, according to the Veterinary Department here -NST

MEETING ON NEW TRANSPORT FARES [ARTICLE]

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MEETING ON NEW TRANSPORT FARES Xl ALA HMI'IK Mea. Traasaeri mitu r Datak L*e Sm Ckeea aad afc* *es«t\. Mr All 9s*M«f. will ■eel uwirriw v deride «a tkr ■ansssre ■seal tt me* tares aad rales far Iraaaeert •aerator* la Malaysia. Mr a*, was heads Ike iinsttlri nrtk« Ml Ike

Federal Court acquits Dzulkifli of four main secrets charges [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Federal Court acquits Dzulkifli of four main secrets charges KOTA KINABALU. Mon The Federal Court today set aside the conviction of Usno vice-president Datuk Dzulkifli Abdul Hamid on four principal charges under the Official Secrets Act. But it upheld his conviction on four alternative charges and reduced his total fine

Hawaiian beauties in white steai show [ARTICLE]

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Hawaiian beauties in white steai show IPOH, Mes. Twe kalks sf a HawaU-erlgl-aated errkld plant kaagkt fer IS twe-aad-a-aatf year* age kave net rssV It l«uVr Taa KeeYeac. Named Jae, Hawaii, tkls desrfreMam species kas was iiiwi fer Mr Ta« ter tke fkftk time. It •atasww tkNl 1M •tker rabies

Plan to rent flats at subsidised rates to poor [ARTICLE]

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Plan to rent flats at subsidised rates to poor K. LUMPUR, Mon. THE Malaysian Government is considering renting out flats at subsidised rates to the, lower income group as I one way to ease the' housing shortage in the country, Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Neo Yee Pan said

$2m road link will help planting scheme [ARTICLE]

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$2m road link will help planting scheme PEKAN. Mon. A $2 million road in the Chini area here, when completed early next year, is expected to help in the agricultural development or about 324 hectares of land. The 20 km road, part of the Kuantan-Segamat highway network, would be a

$1.4 b request for water projects [ARTICLE]

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$1.4 b request for water projects KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. The Works and Utilities Ministry has asked for an allocation of $1.4 billion under the Fourth Malaysian Plan to implement water schemes which will meet the demand up to 1990, its Minister Datuk Samy Vellu said today. At a pres« conference

Further boost in ties [ARTICLE]

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Further boost in ties KOTA KINABALU. MOO. Cooperation between Malaysia and Indonesia will be given a further boost with the signing of an agreement between the two countries in the fields of radio and television, the Indonesian Ambassador here, Tan Sri Makmum Murod. said today In a message on the

$4m facelift [ARTICLE]

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$4m facelift KUALA LUMPUR. Moo The federal Territory Public Works Department has been aUoralrd a toul of U 25 mil lion by ihe various ministnn for repair and re-painling guv prnmenl buildings berr. a gov If —l lll spokesman said ye slerday NST

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BETTER SHAPE [ARTICLE]

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BETTER SHAPE THIRTY FIVE yean. ma> seem like a long time in the life of a nation but it is not necessarily so in the case of a country like Indonesia The country's recent progress has to be seen against the backdrop of its population of more than 150 million

WELCOME MOVE [ARTICLE]

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WELCOME MOVE IT MAY appear as a hasty measure to produce more skilled workers, technicians and university graduates but the Ministry of Education's decision to increase the intake of students at secondary, pre-university and tertiary levels is a move that harks back to the findings of the Swee Report. The

Rajai's naming sets seal on clerics' power [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Rajai's naming sets seal on clerics' power JOHN KIFNER wii By in New York int cierics in i eneran nave naa ineir way, with the appointment of an Islamic militant as Prime Minister against the will of President Bani-Sadr, who has been effectively reduced to a figurehead. Now the mullahs

Atlantic allies discuss control of Euromissiles [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Atlantic allies discuss control of Euromissiles GEOFFREY GODSELL By in Washington THE United States and its European allies are harmoniously back on track on the issue of Euromissiles after the flap caused by West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt's recent visit to Moscow. Since that visit and without much publicity US

ASEAN NOTES

Cooperatives bypass the middleman [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Cooperatives bypass the middleman KOK The Thai (Jovernnvnt is < onsidering taking k market mid dlemen highlighting a problem that has agrx uliuralist* aad opment planners in Asia ir* •■in ng inflation. uut as one of the prim* filing agn summ at thrw or four -iid to '14! to This

Buffaloes help with the harvest [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Buffaloes help with the harvest JOHORE BARU Buffa Ine-, are making their presence and usefulness felt in oil palm estates in lohore It all started with a large oil palm plantation, Palmol. in Kluang Un..blt in find an answer to the acute labour shortage. t-s[H <ially for the picking ■•I

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Adequate service always at hand at large clinics [LETTER]

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Adequate service always at hand at large clinics vr to the lei tor-tars never have time lo lutfer to your problems b> Michael son ist auc f v true that small .'utpatient ttmafnanrlw opewd in the mid and late IMn. around »hi. h have Miv-e drveioawd. are crowded and -an

Why paint yellow lines in our street? [LETTER]

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Why paint yellow lines in our street? IN theor aav of «rarrlt> •n4 MftH rout of lahoor, •ne eaaatot antfrnrtaad why the relevant aathoritw riaatOrfl It nem«•ary In have ionhlc yellow Im drawn at Merryn Ooar whtrh to a abort 4fd<md street, with o«l> nrvea haasea Uoa*lt. Thrar llnei kttr

Time HDB changed this ridiculous rule [LETTER]

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Time HDB changed this ridiculous rule No special form for maisonette applicants I REFER to your report, "HDB planners to go for quality" (ST. July 9) (Jan the HDB also extend some quality to its administration department concerning one regulation which is inapplicable and ridiculous under present conditions* I wish

A drawback to chance of changing to flat in locality I prefer [LETTER]

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A drawback to chance of changing to flat in locality I prefer THE recent changes to the Housing Board's rules allowing flat owners who have occupied their flats for more than five years to sell them to buyers of their own choice without being debarred from applying for another flat

Unjust to make that profit at applicant's cost [LETTER]

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Unjust to make that profit at applicant's cost TH, E B 08"1B 08"1, 8 E»"f y a, *.Jf^^n nils al current prices and neitiß« the totaf profits is grossly unfair. B to^ already To mak« 'Tiber p,.^ at appii cants expense i.e. paying him for his old flat at the

Instances which defy accepted rules of English grammar [LETTER]

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Instances which defy accepted rules of English grammar I NOTE with interest some of the comments given by William Satire on the grammatical aspects of the English language, especially in his article, "To to or not to to" (ST. July 25). As a teacher in English language and communications, I

Isn't fitness test a little tough for some reservists? [LETTER]

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Isn't fitness test a little tough for some reservists? NATIONAL Service reservists are required to undergo the individual physical proficiency test (IPP Test) The test consists of doing a specified number of chin-ups, situps. push-ups, knee-bend-ing and running a distance of 2 4 km in 14 minutes (15 minutes for

Enforcement action vow [LETTER]

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Enforcement action vow WE REFER to the letter by Chen Chua-Met (ST, Joly 2s). We w»nld step op enforcement action »n m*t*rlsts wh« park against the yeltew lines •t St Gregory's Place, off Hill Strwt. TAN YEW KHANG, Saperuitendrnt, Car Parks Division, rbM Redevelopment Authority

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Strong upturn by shares [ARTICLE]

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Strong upturn by shares SKI.WTIVK laoan set tar pace at the Btaßaaare stork market yesterday as laves- tors foareatrated oa upeclfir sitaatloa. Activity wm keeaest la eertala plaatatlsa aid I ladsstrtal Maatrra bat price movetseal la the other sertors were leas stgaifleaat. Featarlag oa aggressive demand believed to be at

Kuala Lumpur [ARTICLE]

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Kuala Lumpur THE Kuala Lumpur stock market held on to a steady course to close generally higher in selective trading yesterday Operators appeared more discerning in their choice of investments, focusing their interest on counters which had gained relatively little ground. One such counter was market bellwether, Sime Darby which

Money and Exchanges [ARTICLE]

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Money and Exchanges THE US Sing dollar opened higher at $2 .1345 60 following the higher levels attained by the US dollar In the New York market last Friday, trading wa» thin and the currency was traded within a range of 52.133E 45 and XI 1370 80. The local market

NOMINAL RATES [ARTICLE]

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NOMINAL RATES INTERBANK rates at 3.00 pm: CumncM MomiiwIrdM SMttaoMin Pmwitag* qnol»d y— lwd«» (croM)pwity Chang* I j»c*\ lUUan to mm unit of fsrrlKn currency: US dollar 2.1335 2 1345 2.8196 -24 33 Sterling pound 5 0528 5.0566 7.3469 -31.22 Australian dollar 2.4721 2.4743 3.4286 -27 90 NZ dollar 2.0869

Discount [ARTICLE]

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Discount RANGE of prim offered by I count houses on Aug 15 overnight CaUdrpadu 6 I Clotiaf Bu>i«« S»IIidj 3-monlh Treasury bills 7 8 3-month Bank bills 8 7/16 3munthsCD »»/18 (7/18 6 months CD 8 5/16 8 3/16 Hww: NlBml Dkmil

Money market [ARTICLE]

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Money market rdollaraor "vemighr month ■n An, IK <*lrr 9'. 9 t Hi. I I

Prime lending rates [ARTICLE]

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Prime lending rates THK average rate at which major Singapair haakft air rurrently prepared to lend to their hrat customer* la 11 per rrat. s

CHIEF PRICE CHANGES

Rises [ARTICLE]

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Rises r*a ChoDg •rl.hnj I Hidr. vi I ■ihanicri I a <*.corp 9 Krr.m.t likau Hyd C B C liUuor Drrdf 715 MO 1520 Ml 1480 1180 725 374 1580 1430 1200 I 870 i >■ •A ♦a a:

Falls [ARTICLE]

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Falls T*m»rloh Sungri Hr., p M r Goodwood Park K( l.«njut M Irmrnl C k r.»i Trtctora 353 1320 8T0 800 840 640 328 890 -5

Most Active [ARTICLE]

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Most Active S Darby 2.093.000 Haw Par 65? 000 DOB 584.000 M Credit 381.000 Pan Elect 327.000 Total turnover: 1184 m Total value $40 Mm Source SES 16

Indices [ARTICLE]

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Indices BT Indicator: Industrials Finance Hotels Properties: Minings Plantations OCBC: SESInd: Aur 15 Aug IS XXXXX0 8150 58 XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX2 1103 95 XXXXX XXXXX 442 19 443 09 392H4 XXXXX 926 29 932 86 XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX

OVERSEAS MARKETS

H'kong [ARTICLE]

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H'kong HONGKONG: Stocks closed narrowly mixed yesterday, in extremely active turnover as about of late, nervous selling pared much of a morning gain, dealers said. The Hang Seng index closed 3 59 points up at a new sevenyear high of XXXXX6, after hay ing closed the morning session over 14

Sydney [ARTICLE]

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Sydney SYDNEY: Indications that today's Federal Budget will be generally friendly toward business helped the mining sector lead Sydney stocks higher yesterday, dealers said. CRA gained 44 cents to As 6 24. CimMlHl Gala FVM*. 30 to ».10 and Western Massif six to a year high of $618. Gold stocks

Tokyo [ARTICLE]

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Tokyo TOKYO: Share prices closed slightly lower yesterday, after late profit taking pared initial gains with investors wary of recent high price levels, dealers said. The Dow Jones average fell 1 04 to close at 6835 TO points, with a volume of 380 million shares. The New Index closed at

Produce prices [ARTICLE]

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Produce prices IHINKSK Pradscf Rictaafe, MU«mp«T, mm tMkc *rtm per C*mml ail: Bulk (ob XXXXX sellers, old drum (in in-ond hand drum I (ob 1138 00 •rUvrs. new drum (ob 1149 SO seller* (aara: Mised (loose) $74 50 buyers Popper: Muntok white pepper fob Asta NXW $427 50 icUen. Suiimk

GOLD [ARTICLE]

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GOLD THE KILOBAR market for gold deliverable in Singapore opened at $42,680 and ekmti it $42,293 yesterday In the Far East, gold opened at US$618.50 620 50 and was traded up to $620 00 622.00 at one stage before closing the morning session at $618 50 619 50 The market

COMMODITIES

STRAITS TIN [ARTICLE]

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STRAITS TIN THE STRAITS tin price recovered $2 to $2,147 per picul (equivalent to $35.50 per kilo, up three cents) in Penang yesterday, on an official offering down 14' i tonnes to 195 .2 tonnes.

RUBBER [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER THE Singapore rubber market finished generally higher yesterday, with September RSS One buyers quoted at 303.50 cents per kilo, up 4.50 cents on last Friday's close, dealers said. Prices advanced some 4.50 cents during morning trading on trade and speculative buying with covering demand and a reserve of sellers

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES Rubber Aug 18 Singapore: Sept: 303.50 cents (up 4.50 cents) Malaysia: Sept: 306.00 cents (up 5.00 cents) Tin: M 52,147 (up $2) (equivalent to $36.50 per kilo) (up 3 cents) Official offering: 195' -t tonnes (down 14Vi tonnes)

SSR and SMR [ARTICLE]

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SSR and SMR IAN ■7ml Mtki II Forward vtib E .Oipalltt' W yrra Mten H »<»n VUrn II u. mr.i.R I l| K> MK I II to U>. 1 1 1.. MK .1

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES -I IW# mtr M l*r < taar n Mankrr M« IT* tHgk <*rt to* h«» Em emmm «Tw Claalacioar Finn Tunwver notrial figure* suppMri ki ">. Mm ~lni.ll n I inrludiaK add Ms Heady loulled 1f1.T3J.081. units vaiurd at $37.70.000 ladurtriak BcewMM 7.M1.M) finance 1.a0.0M. Mete ac.MO prapertM

BUSINESS DONE (Singapore) [ARTICLE]

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BUSINESS DONE (Singapore) wm mt t" bb him :k! humifies* i" *^.1 MpBBBBI M 'h^ i.-haaar of Saajaaan yea- iraaM akawa m bra.«et> in Ms of ■mi All IkM Srttlnneat Caatraru are latoted after tne ward 'am" Big Board deal Im Ms of 2MB ■■ami are aaaafd alter tke letters

KUALA LUMPUR [ARTICLE]

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KUALA LUMPUR prK-rv .4ln m!l> Itttfd *ad I— if m i>d nptm4 lo ikr Kaui* I jMnaw Stark Ex-kaaar in tra** akova in krartM m tats af fk-d IMM STHI *l> toM, 3883 548) tkia .>7(611W12K AinßaM 142 Bird AMD ME. 11.0*4.2,0*3 Bate 14U83M8, 4,016 .10.075 kMat )XXXXX12,381d DaaaMd 4

Genting planning more apartments [ARTICLE]

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Genting planning more apartments •>t sue I .-vdu, wniuif in'., •.■^i.fc-n -iunt Kh.1 |.:.nmru M I buttrf »lo« .-ondotnini I < k part of the i. li i 'VtT v n«T|tt' HV I I .■umMttmI by thr Malaysian j tramp at ttcaOtm adj^mi Ml to take advantage -nine dr- I

DBS's results at half-time impressive [ARTICLE]

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DBS's results at half-time impressive mi'^AM interest rates Junng the early months of l*WO. coupled with the benefit* of a vast $227 6 million lapped from two rights issues, contributed signifiantly to Development Bank >f Singapore's impressive interim results Group pre-tax profits for the six months to June 30. 1M).

Tat Lee's subsidiaries [ARTICLE]

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Tat Lee's subsidiaries TAT Lee Bank has formed two more property subsidiaries. Tat Lee Property Development, and Tat Lee Thomson Development Tat Lee Property Development (paid-up capital of $3 million) will build flatted factories while Tat Lee Thomson Development (paid-up capital of $5 million) will concentrate on housing development Both

Unit trusts [ARTICLE]

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Unit trusts I I «W It

Sharp rise in UOB's interim profits [ARTICLE]

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Sharp rise in UOB's interim profits UNITED Overseas Bank is fast establishing an enviable growth record among local hanks. Last week, it announced a 53 per cent rise in group pre-tax profit from (41.7 million to $63.8 million The bank with a network of 29 local branches saw a SO

General Securities reduces foreign share holdings [ARTICLE]

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General Securities reduces foreign share holdings ••ntially hi«h growth (if Singapore and Malaysian Marks have led miles Investmeats (GSII to red>. MMhMI arvl roncen ■•■m«-.tn mar nterests in 'h 74 mil nd its ■tin r.inadian 'innters were I in Us Jurw ISO's iH^lflllll .r-n- lime, its Singapore. Hongkong and I

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American Festival Tours 'Bo Undoubtedly the most popular American Tour /f For five years now, American Festival Tours' has tP*' been the most popular and most-talked-about V f^>^j ffl American tour in this country Eieing THE pioneer of k low-cost packaged tours to USA., we have gained 4&Sk%md&*t*. r A

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IlApivjiiS fntrrnational Bankini; I^bbbT M Corporation backs this Asian sh<M'iiiiik<T S\^L j tixmi working capital to export finance. I^^^**^ I The btanker with an inside track locall> *m often has the advantage. Particularh when he's hacked h\ the worldwide resources of a global JF^Ttbml financial network. -^F 4rls \s all

Obituary [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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Obituary Mf. Lli Lofc SWII, aged 74, passed away peacefully on I 7 8 80, leaving his Son*: Chan See Chan Foo Chun Loong Daughters-in-law: Hui Meng Ee Luan Pek Lum Grand-Soni Wan Mun Won Chung Won Ping Wun Seng Grand-Daughl*rs: Slew Yi Siew Me. Yon-Yon to mourn his loss

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Applications are invited for the following posts: 1 TECHNICAL OFFICER (SAFETY) OutiticaMons and Exparianc* (a) Technician Dptoma trom the Singapore Potyiechnc q, ngee Ann Techncal College m Engineer my (Electrcal/Eleclroncs Communicaton/Tetecommuncations) <b) Relevant Experience m industrial safety and health Id Preference will be given to candidates who possess the Safety

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The Chairman, Mr. Ueda and the Board of Directors of Tunqaloy Singapore (Pte) Ltd sincerely thank His Excellency, the Japanese Ambassador to Singapore, Mr. T. Nakajima, all friends and business associates for their well wishes and attendance at the Buffet held at Shangri-La Hotel on Monday, 18th August 1980 to

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IN THK HKiH Ol RT UK THK KKPI BIJ( OK MHfMJ i «opuW WMtaK I p N» Mid IN U tkr Maun *f la* < •aptain. AH (Chapter IU) Ami la tfcr Matter TAWAT TBAMNG CO (PTE) LTD ADYERTUEMKNT Of PETmON Notice Is hereby given that a Petition for the

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AT YOU* SIHVICE KATES SECTION INDEX Tele>ol*ofi# Service i&aaa'j^ "^ll .^s»»a»a»sfc. i, ldo> 830 o m }«•»■> Qiainj. PERSONAL SERVICES /r*^P If K^^ikrj£<\fj£<\\ ll^L^l I ll^S^ I IJI it_^l Ifflvl COUNTER S6BVICC Z?liZ, IV ACCOMMODATION a PROPERTIES i *m\A'M\A9.*.\ imvuni,, ooq o m soOpm iMmufTn vlerfU, Wv VH TRAVEL TOURS

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llEmployin 46 Situations Vacant a) Professional tt Executive A group ol well established compe mm invites suitably qualified appli cants lor the post of ACCOUNTANT ($15,000 $20,000 pa) c Qualifications aci SSAor KMA .mate ex penenie prelerat<l> ill man axemen! report preparation Hunt experience will be an ad> S c

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Iff A WELL ESTABLISHED I Applli ii EXPERIENCED VISUALIZER AND r A Art; ing V' iii v Kindl) GRADUATE ECONOMICS. HISTO R» School M si i ■Sp..re NURSES URGENTLY WANTED 'SUN SI I .Mid H. :<»«i 1 PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING 1 FIRM rei|uires Audll t i| Applli ,ii. H *:iii mininiuni

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■i cieTpWyft* 1 at Situations Vacant »> »>cr*>f ariml tt Clericml I1I 1 a secretary '!b clerk/ TYPIST 1 1 111 1 p*r**«*l a*yttc«r»ars I flat I ttytsSprteo*** MsWMfMf •■!••>€ I**mJ I a*Mry end ptislagiap* iw. I si. tklll i* m ATLAS PAPER PRODUCTS III I (PTE) LTD. I 44

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Tf A tradtna <••»••< iiginai >• ■am SECRETARY *•.#<, ciwrnimwrti with 4Ha i. GENERAL CLERKS Hi-reeled wrrt* wrth phataeraph l—w-nlmnaaitu* S.T. BOX AXXXXX A l,**,ng (ompir., irginai r»ajsisr** AN aevOtCMC CLEM wilt is tit a appinama pitatt c«a ■BBJBI A *>f>t asM*t>iSt>*d htMlaMal CaMVlsfj^sMw ACCOUNTS CLERK wSSm 1 .ting to

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v.v/mru i en üm I M INTERNATIONAL (S) PTE LTD requires 1) EXPERIENCED DATA ENTRY OPERATORS 2) TRAINEE DATA ENTRY OPERATORS Apply personally lo 7C to 9C. Bill 2 JTC Bldg Toa Payoh North. Singapore 1231 Tel XXXXX93/4 CORRESPONDENCE Cllßr. ENGINEERING SUPPLIER Rf OUIRES Oeiseral clerk with alter Ila 111

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I IP! RKNCf D SECRETARY WANTED I I I I |.r IV it. se. l.taiv .Mill k i.ti> talari tax) fringe SsNFUJI AUCMO PTE LTD Wk 1. UMT SIS-Sl7 Sth FLOOR PSA Molt Slorey Comple> Paaw Paniang Road. S pore M ll T*l XXXXX85/S FEMALE RECEPTIONIST/CASHIER lot tol „ire <ir

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■Hmesff., GENERAL CLERKS uaes in. In. ling ,t is. BJB Initial salary will tie tillered 111 ttie region ol HMM) i«-r inoiith In addition an annual wage sii|>|. lenient of I I I months sal ar) is pay i hie Other fringe benefits ir. illrai tue Written i|.|. li. ations

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m FOOO ANO RESTAURANT DIVISION EMPORIUM HOLDINGS GROUP Kited from suit SM) .|U..llfle.l. andldates |„r ACCOUNTS CLERKS i. .in, ..it (i level with 11(1 H.K.k keeping ilnterm.diate.sugei Relevinl 1 1 years working stage MBBJ Attractive salari nimnensurate witti .|ii.inii. ations l. npmmct will be offered to the right ..n.lldale liilereste.l

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Public Accountant requires AUDIT/ACCOUNTS CLERKS Ahle to work independently *ip»rt*nc* PtoM* apply to S.T. Box AXXXXX stating working upsrienrt pr***nt salary and educational quebhcetions RECEPTIONIST/TYPIST required hy an architect I offi. ApplKants must have some knowledge on both bookkeeping and ahle to speak Mandarin For appointmtil, pksaa* call 1547M3 Suit*

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IxreS Vs.- invite ,i,(.n, all .1. laf Hie FEMALE STORE i CLERK i OCI <> level Able to type I.ood in Malhemal i. s I l al. illation Some knowledge el r te keeping Al least I year working experience ,1, similar ca BSJ it v Attractive remuneration it offered

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Well eelebbsned company imm*d. 1) RECEPTIONIST spoken and a-ritten Mulish i W [1 111 *nt.-r a A k.»«I knowledge of spoken 2) CLERK a Age t»t ween 18nnd2S Ml 11 1 111 il 111 experience I I e.i r in Kener.il I lern al duties Surte 121! 12th floor People

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S~> CHANSON (CJan COSMETICS \ZS IS MY Llf .i-sllll pill 111 l skin van ami rv.iutv riir intervirvi please call Miss I cc al lei "'l'« CHINESE FEMALE SALESGIRLS required at Kit COUNTER SALESMEN Ire! and COUNTER SALESGIRLS I ed 111 tile hie. trolin I leld Call pirsinalli Mwam 200

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c* Situations Vacant mis apejbcaMa tm eaa peat et FEMALE SALES ASSISTANTS For ear bronchos at Orchard Tee>e>e Buk.i Immh Ptaua end Hal WeOSkar a Me ...leave ill roanmrnaurair with i n urn ipp n i sa MXaVLTNV li»f PTf LTD CJ..IM lane) et Rmer VaNey Cloee) tiwgspiri am til

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M SAKS MANAGI M€NT TRAISef IS amoo PtatossNii ocx vi eng anal Mslsvus >n«iles aaxelsce»jana trent suitable full time N .-Itori lo arhM ■~;ie»e 111 the valic can rflts and 1 11 Hi Ik. you strongly feel that with v.«ir sbihiM-s iou i an earn an above ater age income

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Swedish Sales Organisation 1 MALE SALES REPRESENTATIVES 2 MALE DELIVERY CLERK .Ree^ißTMsrnis Above M veers el eoe Completed Secondary education Hardworking, pleasant ■nt#rV9l#O IO (Vt#9finQ people Must possess own transport j KapWftMßM ""t i is tramiiiK will be dcii Sin c essjill ipplli ullls will b»- assured ci nun in.

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in d) Tecmnicml ARCHITECTURAL DRAUGHTSMEN I At least i years experience Conversant with local eoverni nl huilding regulations SENIOR DRAUGHTSMEN At least I years experience Ability to >c.rk independ enlly on project am&signed AppWle THE ADVERTISER S T BOX AXXXXX A CoWtpeWiy JlK#m f9^MM*#fl LAB ASSISTANT a c,i r <)

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l>y>lll«m t tne. 1 MALE OR FIMIII STRUCTURAL DRAUGHTSMAN I ITC ea I ncineering and DMMaa tierienc c in similar capacity l lrans|H,rt till he pro* i.ie.l ll'lv »lth lull oefM.ii.jl i .iv expecUH] and I non returnable pas*|M>rl BBS ptmaa.iapm.. S T BOX ASIUS EXPERsXNCED CIVH S Structural Katlaeerlaa

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bTsingapori PftESTRESSED CONCRETE (S) PTE LTD .is ,tn established and expanding spei lulls! enicilleet iiik EXPERIENCED PRESTRESSING FOREMAN A STRESSING HANDS. Interested apphcants plsass write ■n with tux pareonel resume includ •ng eiperience. age salary expaclPHONE: XXXXX66 JOIN AUGUST tSSO PRESTRESSTED CONCRETE (S) PTE LTD 134, Gul Circle Jurong Town

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!r^^^^ W* mvtt* appfecatioM tor tt«* foMownwg po«it TECHNICIANS c SliiKapnre or Malaysian citizens c rre adeems* or r.irc trie al hnKlneeriiiK or currently pursuniK the part-time course in Singapore Polytechnic (st least 3rd year In r tlon fnKineenng) c Those without any formal education but with s years experience

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WmmlM^^SmWAW I l_j i, Everybody's j Talking About Learning Skills Here's your chance to start learning now! Join Us As Female Operator EARN UP TO $288 on confirmation $305 after 6 months PLUS M SCDrf WeW IBeBAi. KfUHTS ft 1 You can choose to work on 2 NnTmi atns Come

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<$> ASAHI TV-GLASS PTE. LTD. to 111 l Die fol lowm*, i ,i ne* INSPECTION/ GENERAL OPERATORS led rrim.it) Mi s V.illin« lo work on 3 routine, shuts s I ..mpleted National Seruce We one. Hlict.comin. s l.ltti month pay s rranspon st -eie. T.-.i pick up points a free

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rBSAIMYO^r 8SAIMYO^ INDUSTRIES (SINGAPORE) PTE LTD We are a well established end rapidly •■pending Company and our factory manufactures electrical home epphencee Has immediate eacai PRODUCTION OPERATORS (MALE A FEMALE) WE OFFER c N c s equlred Training V>. II He I'rovideil IN ADDITION c Attractive Daily starting Salary .nfirmation

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Situations Vacant FEMALE PRODUCTION OPERATORS a. s i. v inn iapr is 'i caaet i KAMSMUMCO (f) PTI I TO M ICW YANG WAV I SINGAPORE 2M3 TEL 65*276 ImM> Bus 200 Juror, Qollei mvite* applications for FEMALE/MALE PRODUCTION OPERATORS STARTING SALARY $270 ON CONFIRMATION l^_^ UP TO $305 WTTHIN

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m > 'PAiejfi via PejMTBeG OPERATORS in I H..1..-.1 ni!..rt wa wv thai roao BWQAPORE 2203 l*imlin| (Wpw mr) Jajroeif rv^ejirvo) WAll Off SET PMNTMC OPCMATOa tei NiVTHAI ROAO BetOAPORE 2252 a«e 2*o Irew HHicKemi 5 ORION H Rm J9MNI owcrrofNCi I TOU OU» UMW U» TO J $271 I

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NaXKO TOY IS) PTt LTD II PRODUCTION CONTIsOI ASSISTANT M«. feMkl vie. ham r x pc r i 21 AIKMM V LME SUPERVISOR iMale) i i l^-vel c Minimum 1 year s exper Jl ASSISTANT eeVEMTORY CONTROLLER I Mel. I I lj-vel c Minimum I yrar s experi <) BIBPa»O

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ffAml Tjzr|a7jP*j RCOUMED EXPERIENCED OENERAL Machinists office hours Salary depending on rxprrlrncr Call XXXXX59 "HBP TIEN WAH PRESS (PTE) LTD Ml- •pp4*c»trOf>eJ to* tfw foNowing poets (A) BINDERY TRAINEES (B) MALE APPRENTICES Requirements: Secondary Two qualification completed full-time National Service Comprehensive training will br providrd to Ihr right candidates for

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AIWA/ATLAS ELECTROMCS (SBMAPORE) PTE LTO 1. STOREKEEPERS (FEMALE) Nrronrtury 2 rdur allon Must h«> phyMrally fit and able U> tiniif rsit.Mii sun pit* 2. MACHINE OPERATORS (FEMALE) Secondary 2 education from Fngllsh stream and ablr lo do 2 rotating shifui Interested applicanu please call personally with I/Cto The API ir

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Cl»eC NURSES MOURCO Srrnl full particulars Irlrphonr num her t.i Kallang Rasln I- i H.,« MS Spore VI .LI CLINIC NURSE REOUNEO for i llnli in Clement, l-lraar Irl TnMOUfiir Inlrrvle* Cl»ec NURSE WANTED Prefer ably from districts M 15 Expert. BM not necessary Call person ally al .1068 Changi

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FEMALE OFFICE ASSISTANT c jJBBjBat and Hardworking a Must br ablr to type take Oeneral Office Duties nay week, short working hours "nlereeted ape*cente pteeee cell MtSSONO TIL: H77BSS requires A) GENERAL WORKER B) STORE CUM DELIVERY CLERK c Kxperience not necessary c Possess a valid class 4 driving licence

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IMMEDIATE VACANCIES FOR Pump Attendants and Car W.ishers (all personally at 353 Bukit Tlmah Road tel 251M11 Indian manutactwiwß, company MALE AND FINALS WORKERS starting salary for thr unskilled Is SB and will in crease in one month's work Saturday 1/2 day and will rrcrlvr full day pay Kasy packing

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MITSUMI CO. PTE LTD urgrnll>r..),.,res STORE CLERKS (Female) Prrferably srnoo leavers who are good In MBdM STORE HELPERS (Male) Preferably completed at Irast Primary 6 and h:irdwork ing Those interested pissss can per eonaMyet The Personn tl Department 2F, Blk. 6 Sth door, Kallang Place Singapore 123 1 on 19th

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lUMIlii lollown (A) OENERAL CLERK c i,i| c mprrirni r in purrha.ilnf c prrlrrahly bllliifual c ablr lo tvpr JS »p m (B) OPERATOR (MALE) i[>lrurt Primary rdurauon c prrlrrably puvvvs a (laaa drivinn c prrparrd la (In shift work c physlrally fit and robust c rnmplrtrd Of p»»mpl»d from

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H tapftajaaaji 41 fcttMttona Vacant YWOBMPLD SENIOR GUARDS A GUARDS U hour shift for Jurong assign ■SBf ANNssSjee ast end etoor fraaae eonanu aawx aB. we» I aMsarasM I. 77 -B, Qsl<hHl PMoa tißgapsra 1190. rrgu ires lAI rtMPOeiAJH GCNiRAi CLEMS eniair Mii|l|><r Clliaens toenpleUHl aerondary four eduraUon Able lo

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Iff THE LEE BROTHER* GROUP is sLartum a new WORKER TRAINING PROGRAM H re. run suitable BB*> |«.ultn «ea!ood meal ■con as log factory in Jurong Ttiia la in response to the recent aaaee laesrti the taßgrading and «iiilae—im of worker s skills aa •ell as lo imprw the sUndard

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MALAY DRIVER sojMirad hy lem*t Must hr ahlf la S"*s hng lish with at i. experience driving tor a tan. in and holds a valid HimH 11. em c m j OJsaM fl^M* M»^aftSlt vasßTy awo%mcj ajai ihwiw i liiU-r Mr* .I.ir iiiic office hours Monday Salur day* am tv

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MEaasNoaa rcousrco by tr „t met company < all personally. 1,, Suite IJir.' 1 -tli than 1 1 ill him 1 UK 1 Kurilum Street Sp.nrellllM ..11 either IIM-vlav Wedl t harsda) froej is 111, ft I New Japanese I I Electronic* I I Manufacturer! I require I Supervisory 1

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I 1 1~~) p^ ORONANCI DEVELOPMENT a ENGINEERING COMPANY OF SINGAPORE (PTE ILTO I unites applications from Singapore Citi/ens for the 1 pmls AUDIT ASSISTANT Requirements a At'A Foundation A X H OR I.IYI Higher \nountin|. Costing. Management s>> oun ting and Auditing working experience in either external or in

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IX OBITUARIES

123 Acknowledgements [OBITUARY]

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123 Acknowledgements IThai lair** o» Dm la*» Mr* LOT CM* >m rwa Cm* Jk* Ma* I H»i>ma- Lm Chin Koon I mm: Lee Kuan Yew Lee Kim Yew Lee Thlam Yew \*r Suan Yew E OlliMll Monica Lee Kim lion IKwaOeokChoo Oloria Woo Eleanor Nco Pamella Chonf Lee Ian ki

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Th. family ol lha 1st* Mdm Lin Lam Eng gralatully lhank all rate tivar !n«nd« and n«*ghboiir« (o th«ir condol»nc— wraath*. alt*nd •new, donatrani and iiihIiiki r*nd«r«d during thair racanl ba MOM LIMIAMENG

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wish to eipret* their sincere grati tude and thanks to r*lativ*t col Ittguti and neighbours tor than condoKncai kind Hmimcti donations, wreaths and attend ■ncn during their recent bereave- MR MOK NARM TIONG

120 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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120 Deaths PASSED AWAY PEACEFULLY ON 18TH AUGUST 1MO LEAVING BEHIND SONS: JIMMY YUEN WHY*: Hll .I n YUEN KHUAN RICHARD YUKN <HI \A PATRICK CHAN KWOK MENO ADOPTED) DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW ELSIi NO O1M II) < I HKKINKTANOKK CHOO DAUGHTERS YOKE 1'INfi JANKI VOKK1.1N SHIRLEY YOKI MHLINDA YOKKCIIAN M>»RY YOKKCHINCi SONS-IN-LAW.

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SCAMMELL Reginald Je»*e Scammell at S. AlKyn Cowl. W..I Acrm. S««too Davon. England diad Mfe Augual 1t*O m England ■Nar long iNnaaa »afy bravalif bor na. tlauilhlrr M^^ Kl.im. sun in la* MtftMJl Kranrt-dauKhu-r* Kiona. Ilff.in> and LMOte; rrUovps and fricnd.s in h,Di£l.in(l and Blngapori i«' mourn his p.l>v|IIK TRUE

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MX OWfN PIOUS ih.irmi-rU IKK Wurksh»|> Jt.lior llaru >i; n I7KHII li-.iMiiit behind tetow i iiauKhtrr Kunrralarrv- Krliun Ulu In

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PASSED AWAY PEACEFULLY OM 1*-«-«0 LEAVING WMM Ml OVEO tnrt TAN hS Ml s< k i iin II KK HYI OAUGHTERS I AY H< I.IAN I1UA I.IAN t I.IAN (III XI tONS-W-LAW IAN SHI N(i IH>t TAN UUCHOON DAUGHTERS IM LAW Hli.SH IECH1A LJ I- Kjll YI>N(i AND SIX QMANO

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MRS M PFNNEFATMfR FOR MER PNO. SCM »ND FORMER PEACEFULLY SGH HIM AGC 3 CORTEGE LEAVING 197 JOO CHUT PLACE 1 30PM M FOR CHURCH OF THE HOLY FAMILY (KATONGl THENCE TO MOUNT VERNON CREMATORIUM NO WREATHS PLEASE

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MRS MA PfNMEFATHCR t« P.K.O BOH ind Major Mindfi p«««l sc; ii I8B80 JooChH M-aw lot Ihurrh of Hi.- >{,.,> iKatuniii them to V. lini Wr

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122 Condolences WISH TO EXPRESS THEIR HEARTFELT SYMPATHIES TO THE FAMILY OF THE LATE MRS MARY CHOW. NEE SOON HU SING ON PANG MOON YOKE IRENE LEE ALICE LEE GOH SKWCHOO GOHStEWGEK

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WISH TO EXPRESS THEIR HEART FELT SYMPATHIES TO THE FAMI LV OF THE LATE MRS MARY CHOW. NEE SOON HU SING ON THEIR RECENT BEREAVEMENT Mr ft Mrt Samuel 1 Viol»t Lin Mr 1 Mra Richard A Alica No Mr. Raymond V M. Kho Mr IK Tin

124 In Memoriam [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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124 In Memoriam In Loving Mamory ol Two years ago. you left our homa but not our hearts Rtquwm Man on 19 flu at 5 30 p m Church ol Hmhil Sacrament Deeply missed by wila and children VICTOR A THOMAS Daparlad I*l-78

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In Ever Loving Memory of Goh P*ck Yew Departed 19.1.76 Four Vvart To-day RflnwnlwM] by your wit* Tan Lh Mang

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Always remembered h» family IN LOVING MEMORY OF CHUNG PC NC NAM 191h Auguat 7»

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TIMESPORT PAGE ONE

Certainly 'Something to Remember'... [ARTICLE]

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Certainly 'Something to Remember'... EPSOM JEEP \U, TIMK KhVOKI) FOR FIRST RACK AM) A (LASS SIX ONK AT THAT REVIEW ..By \NG. Mob Race One here on Saturday was certainly Something To Remember The big boys wnrt am a tumminc spree on the tote and. when the imoke kwnd. a

Scratched [ARTICLE]

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Scratched ioIONKI. DELONU 'VUW aW I Bz4*rVlfattt w Rawe t hi «■»*•>■» I*WB rs*«».

Piggott set to make up ground on leaders [ARTICLE]

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Piggott set to make up ground on leaders LONDON, Mon Out- standing rider Lester Piggott. currently challengbur for his first British jockeys' chamrjiotwhip since 1971, should make up grouwj ob the leaders at this weeks three-day festival of racing at York Ptggott not only has attractive mounts accruing to him

BUKIT TIMAH WEIGHTS [ARTICLE]

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BUKIT TIMAH WEIGHTS ■UUVU for tklt axk tad races at Bakit Tkaak •ATUSS9AT Clsa lOn I ijajSM It PakßflD 570 3 wskTrast MS I wkßßirv M 5 II S*asss> Mask- 5 IS KMsiW FaMk D MS ITaNmrlw US 1 lakßM D 51 5 1 WtatSßwUd 110 U MvaksLa* BS ÜBaa>wlOku>

SHARP SAYS HE SEEMS LOST IN MALAYSIA [ARTICLE]

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SHARP SAYS HE SEEMS LOST IN MALAYSIA FAIRWAY By PENANG. Mon In the short time that he has been in Malaysia, Adelaide jockey BUI Sharp. 31. has had quite an experience "Firstly. I seem to be lost all the time." he said in an interview. He explained: "In Australia, horses

Nadjar beats Final Straw [ARTICLE]

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Nadjar beats Final Straw DEAUVTLLE. Moo. Nadjar beat British-trained Final Straw by a neck In the 300,000 francs (1636,000) Prix Jacques he Marois over 1,600 metres here yesterday. Racing on the soft ground he loves, Nadjar quickly responded when rider Alain Lequeux asked for an effort In the final 200

BRIEFS Ferreira beats world's best vaulters [ARTICLE]

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BRIEFS Ferreira beats world's best vaulters NICE, Mod. Young French hope Serge Ferreira Deal the world's best pole vaulters to win the Golden vault event at an International athletics meet here yesterday. Ferreira cleared 5.70 metres at his second attempt, beating compatriot Philippe Houvion. a former world record-holder and Kiinczyk,

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MRS. MARY CHOW nee SOON HU SING Age. 35 yrs. Possed away peacefully on 12th Aug 1980 in Kobe, Japan We, the Staff and Directors of PADINI CORPORATION PTE. LTD. WELLBORN CORPORATION SDN. BHD., wish to express our heortfelt sympathy to our Componies' Director, MR. CHOW SUT THO, ond I*

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TIMESPORT PAGE TWO

Another leather in the cap for US golf legend. [ARTICLE]

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Another leather in the cap for US golf legend. EDMONTON. Mon I _:<-n.i Araoli Palmer almost ble» I t.iui shot Wm.l ,ki thr las -r,,,. Mm n h. i .mi i :n.«n... 1 kM v*> ftmm Palmer who will he M ■est month and is in tht liaMrtow career, rmjihul

Millichip wants players to cut out 'professional' fouls [ARTICLE]

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Millichip wants players to cut out 'professional' fouls I.ONDON. Mon. Bert Millichip. chairman of England's Football Association disciplinary committee, yesterday warned players to cut out "professional" fouls or face the consequences "Players commit these fouls and don't care a blast about being shown a yellow card. The quicker referees start

Lendl wins Canadian Open as Borg retires [ARTICLE]

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Lendl wins Canadian Open as Borg retires TORONTO, Mon. Ivan Lend), of Czechoslovakia, won the Canadian Open men's singles tennis title when favourite Bjorn Borg retired because of recurring knee problems and blisters on his hands here yesterday. Lendl had lost the opening set 6-4, but way leading 5-4 in

Captain Hayes hits a century for Lanes [ARTICLE]

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Captain Hayes hits a century for Lanes MANCHESTER, Mon. Lancashire captain Frank Hayes hit 102 not out against the Australian cricketers here yesterday his first century in two years The England batsman put on a sparkling 3 i hours' display in which he smashed three sixes, all off spinner Ray

Jabouille takes Austrian GP [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Jabouille takes Austrian GP Australia's Jones finishes a close second ZELTWEG, Mon. Frenchman Jean-Pierre Jabouille, his tyres in shreds, held off a big challenge from world championship standings leader Alan Jones to win the Austrian Grand Prix motor race at the Oesterreichring circuit here yesterday. Jabouille, 37, said that he

Leading finishers [ARTICLE]

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Leading finishers 1 Jeaa-pierre Jab*alllr (Pra) RtnatJt, 2 Alan £«Mea (Aut) WlUUina, S Carte ifeitemaui (Arc) Williams, 4 J»oqa<« Ufllte <Pr») Ugler, i Nrfawn PlflQft (Bras) Brakham, Ell* •> Auells (IU) L»tM, 7 Alain Prwt (Prat McLarea, 8 GUlea VIIIweave (Cm) Ferrari (if laps), I R«ac Atmu (Pra) R4>nanlt, Hector

World standings [ARTICLE]

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World standings Ufflte S Atmu mmf DMier Plr.nl (Fr») a 7

German Mang boosts bid for 350cc title [ARTICLE]

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German Mang boosts bid for 350cc title BRNO, Mon. West German Anton Mang became the hero of the Czechoslovak motor cycle Grand Prix by winning both the 250 cc and 350 cc races by wide margins here yesterday. Mang, already 25Occ world champion, boosted his bid for the larger capacity

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IT'S ALL ABOUT JUSTICE WHEN THERE'S VERY LITTLE OF IT [ARTICLE]

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IT'S ALL ABOUT JUSTICE WHEN THERE'S VERY LITTLE OF IT IPMLMm. Baa Parak katawy keeaaae m raatoa that arr«aa» Mhv, ataaalßf •ar iilinuum, aaraa tkr ■mii» fl atatr atoyvo a «araa-yaar aaa* f/hlle Pwak Baeke} AaaataaMaa ■taaMaa* Pato D» k. W R. Mwka *c pi— la, aa4 toatoa. thai he

Sorrow in the parting of ways [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sorrow in the parting of ways BERNARD PEREIRA By COACH Wee Kin had to bad a sad farewell to TampUm last night wten they lost 3-2 to Tek* Blangah In the inter -constituency badminton final at the Delta Sports Complex. The former international who has coached Tarn pines lor Ike

Saudis promise to win Lion [ARTICLE]

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Saudis promise to win Lion PETER SIOW Br SAUDI ARABIA, who were eliminated in inpreUminary round last year, have pledged tha they will win the Lion City Cup soccer touma ment. starting on Satur day at the National Stadi urn. this year And, to help them fulfil their promise, they

Singapore leave on 'tune-up' tour [ARTICLE]

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Singapore leave on 'tune-up' tour STNGAPORE'S Selection basketball team left for Medan yesterday to take part in the week-long Pan Indonesian Bank tournament from today until Monday The team, comprising mostly of youth players, are Chong Yew Seng. Chua Poh Huat. Ong Choon Boon. Uew Yee Song. Tan Up Long,

Thailand's 'Tom the Terror' set to prove point [ARTICLE]

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Thailand's 'Tom the Terror' set to prove point HE has been labelled "Tom Ike Terror" by the Australian magazine. Ten ntt, not for nothing, writes MSN ABO PEBJOEA. Pladrhuii Panamkorn. Thai tennto prodigy won the Victoriaa under 19 boys' champaaa ship, run concurrently •ith the Australian Open, beating Peter MaUett

Gul declines the SSRA's final offer [ARTICLE]

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Gul declines the SSRA's final offer PATRICK BASTIANS By SINGAPORE'S representatives for the East Asia individual championships in Kuala Lumpur, from Sept. 22-24, will have to prepare themselves as best as they can because Pakistani profesional Rahim Gul has declined a final offer from the Singapore Squash Rackets' Association. "He

Kim Seng win [ARTICLE]

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Kim Seng win KIM SENG defeated Stngapor* Armed Forcea Sports Aaaociatioo 7 15. 15-U. IV7. 15-U in a hreathtaJdag men's Independence Cup volleyball match at tar Gay World Stadium laat nlgnt

Rafid stars [ARTICLE]

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Rafid stars KAMU AttLMJLUUI ICOTWJ twice to help Sandvuc beat Fltipatricks i\ la a Ovaltinr League Oiv 2 soccer match at the Jurong Stadium yesterday Samauddin Riaki netted (or Fltzpatrtcka.

Rama shoots down Heli [ARTICLE]

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Rama shoots down Heli A RAMASAMY S an nail aalf foal (ayr Hrli CJrlral a 14 vtrtory over Obrra Impcrul la a Slagaport Busiaeki Hwava Football Lmcuf Dto Oar mairti al tar JaUn Bnar "Tililiii itamaay Other rv■ulu n«. I: irkfW i Miuubfeaal 0, Brv t: «ito«ap»ri Fonaa i R««»«i

Trouncing [ARTICLE]

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Trouncing DARUL AFIAH trounced Duke United M) In the PesU Sukan womens soccer tournament at Uieenatown Other result Cbua Chu Kang 3 Jurong 1

Aichi 2-0 [ARTICLE]

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Aichi 2-0 JAPAN'S Aichl outplayed Singapore s Uon City B 2-0 In their friendly aoccer match at the JurongStadium last night

TODAYS EVENTS [ARTICLE]

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TODAYS EVENTS ftoccm Wa«i|iri naataaaa kaaaat' Law: SBS v Slafaporr Hilton, Bank S»iUy nalr it P«rt» v Guthrir (Jalan Beaar. 5 15 a 7), Rothmaw v Far Eaat Lrvlaaton (FarmPark). Goodwood Group v F N (Toa Payoo). Voaper Stagaporp v Thr Straits Times (Gey langi. Hongkong Bank v CBCON (Tanflin).

Republic favourites on home ground [ARTICLE]

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Republic favourites on home ground R. MANORAJ By SINGAPORE open their quest in the inter-state hockey quadrangular for the Esso Challenge Trophy with a game against Perak at the Padang on Saturday (7.30 a.m.). Singapore, with homeground advantage, must start as favourites, but Selangor, the Razak Cup champions, must also

Police B 2-1 [ARTICLE]

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Police B 2-1 POUCE B edged out Port Authority Recreation dub M In the Singapore Government Services Football League Division Three tournament at Thomson Road yesterday Other Div 3 results: PUB A 4 Judiciary 0. Immigration SC 3 STU 1.

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Missiles on aircraft [ARTICLE]

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Missiles on aircraft TOKYO. Mon. Japan's air force today began mounting air-to-air missiles on its 320 interceptor aircraft that are si ram tiled when foreign planes violate the country's air (pace, the Defence Agency said The agency said the new measure was to step up the armed forces' readiness to

Clearing the way for Chun's takeover [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Clearing the way for Chun's takeover Mil TH Korea's way stroacauta, (Jen Chan I)m-H»u (left), shaking hand* with Mr (hoi kvu Hah, who resigned M PreaMeat Satnr da> to clear the way far Gea Chan to rale the roan try. Mr (hoi, nho wm In power for right month*, did

Russians seize Japanese boat [ARTICLE]

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Russians seize Japanese boat TOKYO. Mon. A Soviet patrol boat seized a Japanese fishing vessel with nine men aboard in the Japan Sea, the regional Maritime Safety Agency said today. The 54-tonne Chosei Maru was commandeered yesterday by Soviet officials, who took the boat to the Russian port of Nakhodka,

Robin Hood gets the nod [ARTICLE]

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Robin Hood gets the nod NOTTINGHAM. Mon Robin IliKnl etui exist, roaming with his merry men in Shemoud Farm Aim! that Ihf Nottinghamshire Coun ly Council made n o(fi< ul with its order (of a Robin Hood exhibition in what remains of Sherwood Forest, it was revealed today by <

Late classified DEATH [OBITUARY]

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Late classified DEATH FRANC* PC MM* AG€ D M A Haapaf i(.,.,-i imiI awn arrrtutty in Ar.u UhaM on i k brhlnd wif^ Mi H«i*«nni raai is. i iniitrri ■■•1 r^l.iiiv^. f unrral will hr ltifi.rni>-<1 .1.

Output by Opec hit 4½-year low in June [ARTICLE]

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Output by Opec hit 4½-year low in June NEW YORK, Mon OIL production by the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries fell to its lowest level in 4 years in June amid "crumbling world oil demand" following an 18month price spiral, the Petroleum Intelligence i weekly said yesterday. The widely followed

Pak calls off trade talks in protest against riots [ARTICLE]

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Pak calls off trade talks in protest against riots ISLAMABAD, Mon PAKISTAN has cancelled trade talks scheduled for tomorrow between chamber of com- 1 merce and industry officials and the Indian I ambassador "in protest I against anti-Muslim riots in India," it was officially announced today. The chief of Punjab

Sack for 100 [ARTICLE]

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Sack for 100 TEHERAN, Mon One hun- I dred professors who are ac- I cused of being freemasons will I be ousted from the staff of the I University of Teheran before I next Friday, the university I said in a declaration published I yesterday in the newspaper I Keyhan

Plan to top up oil stockpile [ARTICLE]

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Plan to top up oil stockpile TOKYO. Mon Japans semi-government National Oil Corporation said today it has opened talks with domestic shipowners to charter 10 Very Large Crude carriers to in crease its offshore oil stockpile The corporation said the tankers were needed to increase the stockpile by next March

Stars of Year [ARTICLE]

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Stars of Year BKVKKI.Y HIU.S. Mon Hurl Reynolds and Annie I'Kkin.vin have been named Stars of the Year by the National Association of Theatre mmm» UPI mr» C*. ha (Wn I-

Dow Jones [ARTICLE]

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Dow Jones NEW YORK. Mon. The Dow I Jones average of 30 industrial I stocks, which closed on Friday I at its highest level since I March 16. 1977, tumbled 12.28 I points to 954.44 in the first I half-hour of trading on the I New York Stock Exchange today

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With some help... Two years have passed since the Social Welfare Department started a scheme to help the needy to help themselves TAN CHOON GAN finds out how this scheme is progressing and talks to some people who have made good use of it Return of Siew Chao The hero

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MANDARIN BY RADIO [ARTICLE]

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MANDARIN BY RADIO Lin Shan ByL That Mrocranuße wtll he hrundrnat over the Rmjcttnh Se. .Ic* of StNgapore Biisiisilan ornsrnMia uoJghi ai 7.41 p.m. aad Ike cotaing fiwiay al 9 a.m. Leaaoa 14 of thai seHeo will he repeated on Thanda) at C4i p.m. over PM stereo. Lesson 48: Big

A grand old man in seal engraving [ARTICLE]

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A grand old man in seal engraving CHINA'sreatemparary seal eagraver, Zk*a Zkewea, (K, has beea prarttstag kit art far Beany M yean. Bar a to a peer family la FuJUn prevlace, Mr Zhao has abscrbed the flnrr polata W vari*u eagravlag teeaalqaea and styles tkrwagh vlf-ntady. His warks aaw 4epirt

Effective Reading [ARTICLE]

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Effective Reading mmm This essay will be broadcast today and on Friday at 11. 31 a.m. and 9. 15 p.m. over the Chinese service of Singapore Broadcasting Corporation. M, MftfA 9 ft W ffli IrWfl■ N JK WM IE ft ft i« f&fi KM < j »I I -4 b

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QUOTATIONS [ARTICLE]

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QUOTATIONS AtS s ttJ&ffi A fin* S WttUfctA *#*X W6t«ebtA*JHJ*s The reputation of a man is like his shadow; It sometimes follows and sometimes precedes him, sometimes longer and sometimes shorter than his natural size. French proverb

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