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The Straits Times, 25 November 1980

Article also available on microfilm reel NL10818 [Lee Kong Chian Reference Library - On shelf]



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  • Masthead [Title Section]
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    The Straits Times Estd. 1845 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1986 35 CENTS M.C.(P) No. 111/1/80 (14 words)
  • HDB PUTS EAR TO THE GROUND [Articles]
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    HDB PUTS EAR TO THE GROUND GOH LEE KHAUAN and WENDY YANG Pilot 'live-in' scheme helps residents By SOME Housing Board spies are at work day and night but only to help those they are spying on. This hush-hush spying saga involves several HDB architects and engineers who have descended (561 words)
  • Protest strike and walkout by Poles [Articles]
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    • UPI
    Protest strike and walkout by Poles WARSAW. Mon RAIL workers staged a two-hour walkout on commuter lines in Warsaw and Gdansk today and the assembly department of the giant Ursus Tractor Factory outside the capital went on indefinite strike in protest against the jailing of a union worker. A spokesman (258 words)
  • Arrest order [Articles]
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    Arrest order MANILA. Mon President Ferdinand Marcos has ordered the arrest of 1> people, inrkud in* MM K.-ipin. miUuwuires aad a uoiiceiai allegedly en cued m hijackin* of imported (29 words)
  • Halting traffic to drive home message [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • CHEW YEN FOOK
    Halting traffic to drive home message STOPPING traffic la a Kaad cmuc, these traffic paUcemea were on daty In Jalan Boklt Mrrah yesterday to hand oat the first at 1I,*M leafleta an geed road discipline and eaurte*y. TV 1 majar arterial raad llakiag tkc city to Jaraag has beea loeadfled (226 words)
  • Schmidt plea to Russia and US on arms curbs [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Schmidt plea to Russia and US on arms curbs BONN, Monday WEST German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt today strongly appealed for fresh efforts by the Soviet Union and United States to curb strategic arms a goal he said US President-elect Ronald Reagan shared. Mr Schmidt, in a major policy speech to (296 words)
  • Flood ravage [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Flood ravage JAKARTA, Mon Thousands of homes in the west Sumatra provincial capital of Padang were inundated today with flood-waters rising mure than one-metre deep and two-thirds of the city under water follow ing continuous rain, officials reported. No casualties had been reported. Reuter (44 words)
  • SOVIETS WARN POLISH UNION [Articles]
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    • AP
    SOVIETS WARN POLISH UNION MOSCOW, Mm. la •me the m«st direct M«ae*w waralags m far U Pslaad'a Solidarity trade uaiaa, the •fflcUJ Saviet mwi Meacy Taaa MM today that a ge«eral traaaavrt strike "cnM toarh *a aiH»a«l aad deteace iatereaia." Taa«, which far the first time referred U Solidarity by (70 words)
  • Times' sack notices go out [Articles]
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    • AP
    Times' sack notices go out LONDON, Maa. The Times af Laadaa, the Soaday Times aad their three sspplemeats today began Issalac rtlnmlsfial aatices to all \JM staff, having anaaaaced thai they will elaae In March a buyer Is not fannd. A spalwamaa said ail the aattces waald he issaed by (95 words)
  • Sweden visit [Articles]
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    • AFP
    Sweden visit STOCKHOLM, Mon. Thai Deputy Foreign Minister Arun Bhanupongse today began a two-day visit to Sweden during which talks are expected to focus on the situation in Kampuchea. AFP. (30 words)
  • Kasuri faces charges [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Kasuri faces charges RAWALPINDI, Mon. Police have filed charges against the acting head of Pakistan's centrist Tehrik-I-Istiqlal Party, Mr Mahmud Ali Kasun. for holding a political meeting, banned under the country s martial law regulations. Mr Kasuri, a prominent lawyer from Lahore, is running the party while the party leader, (61 words)
  • Second worst plunge [Articles]
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    • AFP
    Second worst plunge HONGKONG. Mod. The stock market here today suffered its second worst plunge on record following Saturday s rtfMon to raise the prime lending rate by 2 to 16 per cent from tomorrow. The Hang Seng index dropped 87 points to fall below the 1.500 barrier and finished (71 words)
  • Execution by the needle [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Execution by the needle ALBUQUERQUE (New Mexico), Moo. A man convicted of murdering a married couple could be the first person in the United States to be executed by a lethal Injection, New Mexico court officials said yesterday. William Gilbert. 31, was sentenced by District Judge Richard Traub, on Saturday (61 words)
  • It's hair-splitting! [Articles]
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    • AFP
    It's hair-splitting! HONGKONG, Mon. A Chinese artist has engraved an ancient, 28-character poem on a strand of human hair five millimetres long, China's Xinhua news agency reported yesterday. The artist, 31-year-old Shen Weizhong of the Suzhou Arts and Handicrafts Research Institute, Jiangsu Province, did the engraving with the aid of (60 words)
  • 770 die in big Italy quake [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • AGENCIES
    770 die in big Italy quake Rescue officials fear toll may top 1,000 ROME. Monday A VIOLENT earthquake the strongest to hit Italy since the turn of the century has spread disaster in the south of the country, killing more than 770 people and injuring about 1,000. Rescue officials tonight (527 words)
  • 3 SIA flight crew queried [Articles]
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    3 SIA flight crew queried AHMAD OSMAN By TWO Singapore Airlines pilots and a flight engineer were called up by the company yesterday to explain their decision not to work beyond 12 hours on Thursday on flight SQ 53D after it landed in Taipeh on a flight from Seoul. Sources (383 words)
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  • AROUND THE WORLD
    • China opera troupe held for smuggling [Articles]
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      China opera troupe held for smuggling JUDY WALKER By Our Hongkong reporter $100,000 WORTH OF GOODS FOUND AMONG BELONGINGS HONGKONG, Mon. Members of a Chinese opera troupe which visited Singapore and Hongkong nave been arrested and charged with smuggling, according to a report in the South China Daily in Guangdong. (574 words)
    • Brooke's own 'shields'... [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AP
      Brooke's own 'shields'... AMERICAN Actress Brooke Shields p*dig recently with two moppets that she created herself for the first time. Ami from the looks of the moppets, she seems to hive done very well although she said modestly: "They're pigs, sort •f." Miss Shields became interested In puppetry after taping (79 words)
    • 104-year-old priest dies [Articles]
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      104-year-old priest dies VATICAN CITY, Mon. Vatican Radio has announced the death of a 104-year-old West German priest, believed to be the oldest Roman Catholic clergyman in the world. The radio said the Rev Eligius Kastentolz. who held daily masses in his parish near Cologne, died early yesterday. IJPI. (49 words)
    • Asean's steady progress despite world crisis [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Asean's steady progress despite world crisis MANILA, Mon ASEAN continues to make steady political and economic progress despite living through a period of "continuing turmoil and crisis," senior officials from the five-member group were told today. Philippine acting Foreign Minister Jose Ingles told the Asean standing committee comprising ambassadors from (202 words)
    • Spore ship two convicted of gold smuggling bid [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Spore ship two convicted of gold smuggling bid JAKARTA, Mon. Two crew members of a Singapore ship, the Kota Bin tang, nave been convicted by the North Jakarta Economic Court for involvement in a gold smuggling attempt. Second engineer Ho See Lin, 51, of Singapore, was sentenced to 6 months' (130 words)
    • Kidnap of chief's daughter sparks riots [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Kidnap of chief's daughter sparks riots JAKARTA, Mon. Indonesian troops have been flown to the remote island of Sumbawa, east of Bali, where at least nine people were reported killed and 55 injured in riots, the Merdeka newspaper reported today. The trouble erupted on Nov 9 after a bank executive (153 words)
    • 4 held after train crash [Articles]
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      • AFP
      4 held after train crash ROME, Mon. Four men have been arrested following investigations into a threetrain collision on Friday near Lamezia Terme, Calabria, in which 28 people were killed and 112 injured. Those arrested were the station master and a railroad employee at EcceUente, where the accident occurred, and (63 words)
    • Bomb attack [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Bomb attack MANILA, Mon. A grenade was lobbed at the house of town judge Abraham Alagar in Bacoor yesterday but he and his family were unhurt, a military report said today. UPI. (32 words)
    • Suharto raps protectionist policy at C-Plan talks [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AFP
      Suharto raps protectionist policy at C-Plan talks JAKARTA, Monday PRESIDENT Suharto today criticised several advanced nations saying their protectionism policy is harmful to developing countries. "We have clearly seen the protectionism imposed by several advanced nations which brings about bad effects to the world, particularly the developing countries, because it (299 words)
    • Unlucky eight [Articles]
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      • AP
      Unlucky eight BANGKOK. Mon Eight people were killed and more than 10 injured on Saturday night during the nationwide Thai Loy Krathong Festival to ask the gods for luck and health. Last year, morr than 20 people were killed and about 100 injured. AP. (44 words)
    • Oil search [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Oil search FUNABASHI (Japan). Mon. A Japanese survey ship, the Hakurai Maru, left Funabashi near Tokyo today for the Antarctic with 20 scientists to look for possible oil deposits Reuter (30 words)
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  • AROUND THE WORLD 2
    • Chinese stop work on $9.8b steel plant [Articles]
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      Chinese stop work on $9.8 b steel plant TOKYO. Mm CHm !>»- 1 -a 1 mgfngnr the samss 1 aiiif cumxtrarttaa w*rk tt tfce nice 1854.7 M milllM isHjsa minus) b»«- steel mill la Shaagfcal. The JurUUs ww Ike first lß4lr»tlMi that ChiM'o ■■tirshMtlii pr*Kraaime may he la tr*aMe. It (188 words)
    • Sadat: Arab states are financing Iraq's war [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AP
      Sadat: Arab states are financing Iraq's war CAIRO, Monday PRESIDENT Anwar Sadat charged yesterday that Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates are helping to finance Iraq's war against Iran. I In a nationally televised speech to Parliament, Mr Sadat said Iraq received US$3 billion (SW .3 billion) for (318 words)
    • Dr K: PAK HAS VITAL ROLE IN GULF DEFENCE [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Dr K: PAK HAS VITAL ROLE IN GULF DEFENCE PARIS, Mon PARIS, Mon. Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said yesterday the United States and its allies in Westein Europe should devise an eiu-otive strategy for the defence of the Gulf, and added that Pakistan could play an important role. (275 words)
    • New base [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      New base JEDDAH. Mon King Khaled of Saudi Arabia today opened a US$534 million (31 11 bUlioo) naval base in the eastern province to»ii of Jubail The base it named after King Abdul Aziz, the taMder of modem Saudi Ara bat -Reuter (42 words)
    • On a slow dhow to China [Articles]
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      On a slow dhow to China MUSCAT, Mon. i BRITISH writer, Mr Tim Severia, set sail today la aa Arab dh*w to fall** a trade raate opened mare than I M$ years agt tram the PenUa Galf to Chi**, Tea £arapeaas aad II Omaals farm the crew af the beat (134 words)
    • Death toll rises to 16 [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Death toll rises to 16 SEOUL, Mon. The death toll from last Wednesday's crash of a Korean Airlines' boeing 747 aircraft roae to 16 today when a woman passenger died in hospital, the Transport Ministry said. Noh Moyong-Suk. 28, a Korean resident in Los Angeles, was injured when the jumbo (75 words)
    • Boy found hanged [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Boy found hanged SYDNEY, Moo. A 10-year-old boy was found dead here last night, the fourth child to die by hanging in Sydney in the last three months. Police said Terry Wallace was found by his family, hanging from a bunk bed by a belt. They said he was a (63 words)
    • Frame-up: Wang blames Mao's widow [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AFP, UPI
      Frame-up: Wang blames Mao's widow BEIJING. Mon. "GANG of Four" member Wang Hongwen turned on the late Chairman Mao Zedong's widow and another fellow gang member in court today to save himself. The dramatic development came on the third session of the most important trial in the history of communist (513 words)
    • Iraqi oil in the pipeline again to Turkey — Report [Articles]
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      • REUTER, UPI
      Iraqi oil in the pipeline again to Turkey Report BAHRAIN, Mon. Iraq began pumping oil through a pipeline to the Turkish Mediterranean port of Ceyhan last Thursday after a twomonth stoppage caused by the Gulf war, the authoritative Middle East Economic Survey (MEES) reported today. Turkish oil industry sources in (245 words)
    • CHINA CLEARS MYSTERY SURROUNDING LIN BIAO'S COUP BIN [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AFP
      CHINA CLEARS MYSTERY SURROUNDING LIN BIAO'S COUP BIN HONGKONG, Monday BEIJING has for the first time revealed the most detailed account of the late Defence Minister Lin Biao's abortive attempt to assassinate Mao Zedong and stage a coup in 1971 in a report reading like a James Bond thriller. Entitled (578 words)
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  • AROUND THE WORLD 3
    • 'Russia willing to have arms talks' [Articles]
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      • AP
      'Russia willing to have arms talks' MOSCOW, Mon, AN AUTHORITATIVE Soviet commentary, Pravda, today called for full-scale resumption of East-West arms talks and reiterated Soviet willingness to discuss "any weapon." The commentary, believed by Western diplomats here to represent Soviet Foreign Ministry thinking, stopped short of openly agreeing to re-ne-gotiation (187 words)
    • No end in sight in gas and oil dispute [Articles]
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      No end in sight in gas and oil dispute LIM SAY BOON By Our Melbourne Reporter MELBOURNE, Mon. A solution to the twoweek old dispute which threatens the country's oil and gas supplies still appears distant. Late last week, striking workers rejected a peace plan formulated after days of talks (724 words)
    • 5 opposition parties team up against Lanka govt [Articles]
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      • UPI
      5 opposition parties team up against Lanka govt COLOMBO, Monday FTVE opposition parties agreed to set aside their differences yesterday to launch a united fight against the government's economic and human rights policies The agreement, made at a public rally in the northern district capital of Jaffna, was underscored by (235 words)
    • Artist forged 'classics' [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Artist forged 'classics' GHENT (Belgium). Moo. An Italian painter was arrested on Saturday, after he admitted forging a number of paintings attributed to modern masters including Chagall. Mlro, Asger Jom. Hans Hartung and Wilfrid" Lam, police sources said. Til* arrest wax made after the curator of the Ghent Modern Arts (77 words)
    • 16 cities in Europe dearer to live in than N.Y. [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      16 cities in Europe dearer to live in than N.Y. NEW YORK, Mon. Time magazine says 16 European cities are more expensive to live in than New York. A poll carried out for Time by the Brussels research firm Management Centre Europe showed that London moved from being 35 per (151 words)
    • Toll rises [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Toll rises TOKYO. Mon. Rescue workers today recovered the body of the 44th victim of Japan's worst postwar hotel tire that razed the Kawaji Prince Hotel in Tochigi Province, 130 kms north of Tokyo, four days ago. -UPI. (38 words)
    • PARTY THAT ENDED IN SHOOTING 'GAME' [Articles]
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      • AFP
      PARTY THAT ENDED IN SHOOTING 'GAME' PAEIS, Mm. The Sataraay lalealgkt party la reataaraat at VUleaeave-le-Bai, «Mt M kerc, ni hut nke uy atker uttl the hait a«rUea that everyba«y ihaala play Raaaima raalette with kin revalvcr "to aee wUefe a( u la Ike kraveat." The "game" la pUyed hy (99 words)
    • WHALE OF A TASK FOR WILDLIFE EXPERTS [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AP
      WHALE OF A TASK FOR WILDLIFE EXPERTS 808 Bondr of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, using an axe yesterday to remove far research purposes the jawbone of one of U-n dead sperm whales found on a beach in St Augustine, Florida. AlUugh scientists don't exactly know why the (80 words)
    • Labour against new defence plan [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Labour against new defence plan CANBERRA, Mon. The opposition Labour Party today voiced its disagreement to a revitalized fivepower defence arrangement with Singapore Malaysia, New Zealand and Britain. Party deputy leader Lionel Bowen described the plan as "a half-baked idea." He said the practical problems of revitalizing the five-power arrangements (176 words)
    • 40 relive life in a 'Nazi prison camp' [Articles]
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      • AP
      40 relive life in a 'Nazi prison camp' WEYHILL, (England), Mon. Forty Britons who like vacations with a difference spent the weekend shivering, acutely short of food, and being shouted at as prisoners of war in a Nazi-style camp reconstructed near this village. The camp, a gloomy collection of buildings (212 words)
    • Clashes in Assam [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Clashes in Assam NEW DELHI. Mon Clashes broke out today in India's north-eastern state of Assam after civil servants started a strike to back a long drawnout agitation against illegal immigrants. The press Trust of India (PTI) said one person was killed in the fighting between two groups at Kalapanar (56 words)
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  • AROUND THE WORLD 4
    • 'Fire precautions in many Vegas hotels inadequate' [Articles]
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      • REUTER, AP
      'Fire precautions in many Vegas hotels inadequate' LAS VEGAS, Monday MANY hotels here do not meet the latest fire code requirements, the director of the city's Building and Safety Department, Mr Robert Weber, said today. Mr Weber told reporters that fire officials are cam- j paigning to step up safety (481 words)
    • Euthanasia assn chief on trial [Articles]
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      • AP
      Euthanasia assn chief on trial LONDON, Monday THE general-secretary of Exit, the voluntary euthanasia organisation, went on trial today on six counts relating to aiding and abetting suicide. Nicholas Reed, 33, faced two charges of assisting people to commit suicide and four charges, along with Exit member Mark Lyons, 69, (178 words)
    • MANSLIDES DOWN GATEWAY TO DEATH [Articles]
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      MANSLIDES DOWN GATEWAY TO DEATH St. LOUIS (Mkmarl), Mm. The wife M a veteraa paraehatlst stood Bear the gateway area to Him ker hasband hat to her hmr she watched aim laad atop the nmiimit and slide nwfe taan 183 m to his death. Keaaeth Swyers, died Satariay after he (91 words)
    • Computer comes up with language surprise [Articles]
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      • AP
      Computer comes up with language surprise LONDON, Mon. A British linguist has fed one million words into a computer and come out with a surprise: Americans use the English language more correctly than the English. Based on a comparison of printed material ranging from newspapers to novels and government documents, (211 words)
    • Touching show of faith [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Touching show of faith THE faithful reaching ont to torch the »ntstretehed hands of Pope John Paol II ma he entered the Paul IV audience hall hi Vatican City last Sunday. The Pontiff was greeted by Ujm people from the Catholic ''Renewal In the Spirit" movement. He celebrated his first (65 words)
    • Bike 'champs' [Articles]
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      • AP
      Bike 'champs' PARIS, Mon. China is the world's biggest producer of bicycles, having turned out 11 million machines so far this year, according to a study by the French National Bicycle and Motorcycle Organisation. AP. (35 words)
    • Garbo 'yes' [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Garbo 'yes' GENEVA, Mon Greta Garbo, famous for her line "I want to be alone," has agreed to end 40 years of seclusion and make a new film, an author who published a book about her says. UPI. (38 words)
    • Health fear strikes bitter note for beer [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Health fear strikes bitter note for beer LONDON, Mon BRITAIN'S most cherished traditions pubs, beer and afternoon tea with cakes are facing trouble from a growing obsession with slimming, fitness and health. A survey of the drinks industry shows that this year it suffered the biggest drop in beer consumption (267 words)
    • 26 drown [Articles]
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      • AP
      26 drown JAKARTA, Mon. Twentysix people drowned and seven were severely injured when they fell into a waterfall in the east Java town of Nganjuk yesterday, the afternoon daily Sinar Harapan reported today -AP. (34 words)
    • 'Army had vital role in Polish Govt decision' [Articles]
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      • AFP
      'Army had vital role in Polish Govt decision' WASHINGTON, Mon. The Polish army played a discreet but important role in the decision by the authorities to accept the terms set by the independent union. Solidarity, tovernment specialists on lastern Europe said toda>. Polish Defence Minister I Wladyslaw Jaruzelski was "one (222 words)
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  • Resisting the Russians [Articles]
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    Resisting the Russians Q: What is the present state of unity or disunity in the Afghan resistance movement? A: You have to divide the resistance into two parts. Firstly there are some six political parties which act as liaison between the internal resistance and external aid in money, equipment or (1563 words)
  • Exclusive interview with an Afghan rebel emissary [Articles]
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    Exclusive interview with an Afghan rebel emissary TAN LI AN CHOO By in Madrid SADI'DMN BHPOON wu a prafeaaar at Af Chan UfcT»tare la Kabul (alveraltv aad later aec*me a (alto* Natton* lafaraatlaa •fllcer In the Afghan capital. Hia ancat was arderPd by the Tarakl gavcnuneat la Beptomaer last year, (188 words)
  • Where should Solidarity go from here? [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Where should Solidarity go from here? THE arrest of a member of Solidarity over the weekend haa led the Polish union's leaders to threaten selective strikes. The strike threat weapon helped them win their recent confrontation with the Party, but will it work again? This editorial from the London ECONOMIST (1213 words)
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  • Photocopy machines for police stations [Articles]
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    Photocopy machines for police stations LESS paperwork wtll mm be the »«kr the <U> la all p«IW tatlaaa. Ph*toc«pylag marklin are ■PUig fimvi IVs Ml right dlvtatoMl *ta11mm, a m«vr pr*mptrd bv AvUniI pMt* Wttk Umw machine*, thr stotlMi's aamlMlstrstiM sUfl wUl d« laagpr carkwi paper to prcdnrr c«pi«i. Lawyers (103 words)
  • 505 motorists booked [Articles]
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    505 motorists booked TRAFFIC police booked 505 motorists (or road abuse between Nov 17 and 22 Seventeen of them were given warnings The motorists were booked (or dangerous, inconsiderate and careless driving They were also booked (or speeding and road hogging (41 words)
  • Night tour [Articles]
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    Night tour THE Toa Payoh community centre is organising a midnight tour covering a visit to Nanyang Slang Pao, a midnight show, a visit to the fish market, vegetable market and the East Coast Lagoon, on Dec 13. For further details, call XXXXX49 (43 words)
  • Too much leisure: The price of progress [Articles]
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    Too much leisure: The price of progress A SURFEIT of leisure can be a problem for individuals and for society if we fail to prepare for it. Call it a price one pays for progress. Mr Lee Khoon Choy, deputy chairman of the People's Association and Senior Minister of State (346 words)
  • WOMEN'S ASSN TO HELP DISABLED KIDS [Articles]
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    WOMEN'S ASSN TO HELP DISABLED KIDS THE Singapore Women's Welfare Association will concentrate on expanding its services to handicapped children and their mothers next year. "Next year is the Year of the Disabled. We really want to make it special not only for such children, but also their mothers," said (127 words)
  • Beijing probably doing a rethink says Dhana [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Beijing probably doing a rethink says Dhana CHINA'S leaders are probably re-thinking their policy of supporting communist parties in South-east Asia, the Foreign Affairs Minister, Mr S Dhanabalan, said last night. This is the impression he had as a member of Prime Minister Mr Lee Kuan Yew's delegation visiting China (310 words)
  • Jail for man who cheated with dud cheques [Articles]
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    Jail for man who cheated with dud cheques A FORMER salesman was jailed (or a total of 32 months yesterday (or cheating (our people of $9,400 worth of goods. Chua Kim Min, 36, originally faced a total of, 47 cheating charges but the prosecution proceeded on four charges, withdrew 10 (248 words)
  • Seven-day tour [Articles]
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    Seven-day tour THE Public Employee Alumni will organise a seven-day tour to Genting, Penang, Haadyai Songhla and Kuala Lumpur from Dec S to 12. The charm are $240 for members. 1250 for others. Those interested should contact Mr S. Krishnamoorthy at telephone XXXXX3 or call at 296 Upper Paya Lebar (56 words)
  • Teh's date [Articles]
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    Teh's date THE Minister (or National Development, Mr Teh Owing Wan, will attend the Annual Report Award presentation dinner of the Singapore Institute of Management and the Singapore Society of Accountants at the Shangri-La Hotel tomorrow at 8 p.m. (39 words)
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      POSB introduces the PASSCARD Your personal alternative to the passbook POSB now brings you yet another If you are 1 8 years of age and above Empress Place Branch pace-setting service for more banking you can apply for a Passcard Account. Jurong Town Branch convenience the PASSCARD. Your Depositors already (254 words)
  • Shell to test storage tank supports [Articles]
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    Shell to test storage tank supports CYNTHIA WEE By INVESTIGATIONS into sub-standard concrete foundations for Shell's $400 million hydrocracker installation on Pulau Bukom have been extended to the concrete supports of four liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) storage tanks near ing completion. This precautionary' measure is carried because the LPG storage (245 words)
  • MP's query on earlier withdrawal of CPF savings [Articles]
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    MP's query on earlier withdrawal of CPF savings THE MP for Changi. Mr Teo Chong Tee, will ask the Labour Minister whether Central Provident Fund contributors will be allowed to withdraw part of their contributions at least five years before they retire when Parliament sits on Friday. He will also (213 words)
  • Book show in Depot Road [Articles]
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    Book show in Depot Road A BOOK exhibition display ing a wide variety of books j ranging from sports and craft to career guidance and science will be held at the void deck of Block 111. Depot Road, on Saturday at 4 pm The exhibition is organised by the Telok (60 words)
  • S'pore scouts to hold jamboree [Articles]
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    S'pore scouts to hold jamboree THE Singapore Scout Association will hold a jamboree from Dec 12 to 19 at the Sarimbun Scout Camp at Jalan Bahtera, off Lim Chu Kang Road, in conjunction with its 70th anniversary celebrations. Taking part in the event are scouts aged from 14 to 18 (82 words)
  • On life-saving [Articles]
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    On life-saving THE Royal Life Saving Society (Singapore Branch) will conduct the second life saving teacher's certificate course at the society's office from Dec 4 to 23 at 7 30 p.m. Those interested can telephone the secretary at XXXXX84 in the afternoon (42 words)
  • Chess meet [Articles]
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    Chess meet THE Singapore Chess Federation will organise the 4th Singapore International Chess Festival at Raffles Institution from Dec 12 to 19 Details can be obtained from 426. People's Park Centre (31 words)
  • 'Pockets' to stop traffic snarls at junctions [Articles + Illustrations]
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    'Pockets' to stop traffic snarls at junctions AT THIS Junction of Marine Parade Road and Jm Cklat Read, tw* taxis waiting to tan right have taken pr«per pasltlens la 'right-tarn pockets" p*Ont«d aa the raaa. The PiMlc Wscfcs Department painted the packets last Friday. Senior PWD executive engineer Lee Wing (180 words)
  • Man to pay $5,000 in accident damages [Articles]
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    Man to pay $5,000 in accident damages A GOVERNMENT pensioner, Mr Abdul Rahman bin Hassan, 56, yesterday consented to pay $5,000 damages and $1,000 costs in settlement of a traffic negligence suit brought against him in the High Court. The settlement sum is for Mr Lam Keng Loy, 21, of (130 words)
  • Stole watches charge [Articles]
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    Stole watches charge JAAFAR bin Abdullah, 24. was charged yesterday with breaking into a shop at Change Alley Aerial Plaza and stealing watches worth 17.864. He is alleged to have committed the offence with Zukranaiiun bin Ishak and two others about 5 a.m. on Nov 18. No plea w* recorded (59 words)
  • Crash m-cyclist loses suit [Articles]
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    Crash m-cyclist loses suit A MOTOR-CYCUST. who fractured his right arm in a traffic accident, lost hi* suit for an unspecified sum againc*. a company manager, for negligence. In dismissing Mr Lim Kok Ang's suit against Mr Koo Chin Heng, 24. Mr Justice Choor Singh said he found no contributory (214 words)
  • Watchman's claim for 1,687 hours [Articles]
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    Watchman's claim for 1,687 hours A VOCATIONAL and Industrial Training Board watchman is claiming compensation for working 1,687 hours of extra duty over a three-year period. Between 1972 and 1975 when he was watchman for the then Adult Education Board in Canning Rise, he worked nine extra hours every week, (154 words)
  • Chinese dailies wage war of statistics [Articles]
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    Chinese dailies wage war of statistics TWO Chinese dailies here are engaged in a "battle of statistics" in an effort to prove that each has more readers and is more influential as an advertising medium. The "battlefields" were the papers' front pages in the past week, splashed with red headlines (394 words)
  • 4,153 units [Articles]
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    4,153 units THE Housing and Development Board has built 4.153 units of terrace workshops and factories and not 14,153 units as reported in The Straits Times yesterday. The typographical error is regretted. (32 words)
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  • Be a sport and shed your smoking habit [Articles]
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    Be a sport and shed your smoking habit YOI too ena hr m. For yo«r own health and fit■MSß 4os*t uiiofcf TMs Is the manage from three spwts per•oaaJMea on an anttiioMng pooler for the National Heart and \att-Caarer Week ISM, hefbMlng on Satardav. fhe three: Koothoikr Syed MataUh, hndmlnton (242 words)
  • For party hosts [Articles]
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    For party hosts A COURSE designed to help people wrap gifts attractively, arrange flowers., make cakes and tidbits, and prepare punch and cocktails will be held at the Joo Chiat community centre on Wednesdays and Fridays between T and 10 p m from Dec 3 For details, telephone XXXXX2 extl72 (50 words)
  • Christmas gathering [Articles]
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    Christmas gathering THE FUdin Mas community centre youth group will organise a Christmas gathering on Dec 20 at the centre's ball Tickets at S3 for members and $5 50 for non-members are available at the centre (36 words)
  • Witness: falsified statements of accounts [Articles]
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    Witness: falsified statements of accounts A PARTNER of Eurasia Press, Mr Allan Fong, told a district court yesterday that he falsified certain statements of accounts relating to the publication of the Obstetrical and Gynaecological Society's journal because he did not want the society to know that his firm had made (423 words)
  • Skin-diving [Articles]
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    Skin-diving THE Bras Basal) community centre youth group will organise classes on swimming and skin-diving soon For details. telephone XXXXX09 or XXXXX51 (22 words)
  • POSB passcard to draw or save money [Articles + Illustrations]
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    POSB passcard to draw or save money POST Office Savings Bank depositors can now use a handy-sized card similar to a credit card instead of the blue passbook. The passcard the first of its kind here is available to anyone above 18 years old who opens a passcard account with (507 words)
  • Phua's date [Articles]
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    Phua's date THE Senior Parliamentary Secretary (Defence). Mr Phua Bah Lee. will lay the foundation stone of the East Coast Fire Station in Upper Changi Road on Saturday at 9.30 a.m. (31 words)
  • NZ minister in talks with Pang Boon [Articles]
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    NZ minister in talks with Pang Boon LABOIR problems ol common interest were disrassed at the Istaaa yesterday by the Minister for Labour, Mr <>n« Pans Boon, and the wsltlnK New Zealand Minister (or Labour and Immigration, Mr J. B. Bulger. Resettlement «f Vietnamese refugees in New Zealand was also (87 words)
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  • ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY 1
    • CYPRUS' FIRST ENVOY MEETS KING [Articles]
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      • AFP
      CYPRUS FIRST ENVOY MEETS KING KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. The situation in Kampuchea is impeding the development of all the countries in the region, the Yang Dipertuan Agung said today. Peace and stability, the two conditions necessary (or socio-economic development, have been threatened. The King made this statement when he received (123 words)
    • $20 m for dept [Articles]
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      • NST
      $20 m for dept johore baru. Mon tv STmU^TISSeV o^fSt* Malaysia Plan for modem equipment, its Deputy Dim tor General, Hail Badaruddin bin Haii Mat Isa. said yes terday. NST. (30 words)
    • XL seminars differ in views on Chinese unity [Articles]
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      KL seminars differ in views on Chinese unity M.G.G. PILLAI By Our Kuala Lumpur Reporter KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. Two seminars here yesterday underscored differing attitudes among Chinesebased political parties towards Chinese unity in Malaysia The one by the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA), a member of the ruling National Front, highlighted (712 words)
    • Tunku Aziz's bid to stay out of jail [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Tunku Aziz's bid to stay out of jail JOHORE BARU, Monday A MEMBER of the Selangor royal family, who was fined $10,200 on two charges of smuggling. has paid a portion of the amount in an attempt to. stay out of prison. i 1 But a fresh warrant of committal (238 words)
    • CM: No move to 'kill' pig rearing [Articles]
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      • NST
      CM: No move to 'kill' pig rearing PORT DICKSON, Mon. Negri Sembilan Chief Minister Datuk Rais Yatim has denied allegations by certain "trouble makers that the State Government was out to "kill" the pig rearing industry. Urging people not to listen to such talk, the Chief Minister said yesterday the (98 words)
    • CM's salary [Articles]
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      • NST
      CM's salary MALACCA. Mon A bill to increase the Chief Minister's salary L-om the present $2,500 to $6,000 and the salaries of State Assemblymen from $1,000 to (2.000 will be debated when the State Assembly meets for its Budget session from tomoirow NST. (43 words)
    • Police loss [Articles]
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      Police loss SUNGAI PATANI (Kedah). Mon. Twenty- one police vehicles including Land Rovers, vans, cars and motor ccycles— were badly damaged when the roof of a parking shed at the police station here came crashing down during a thunderstorm on Saturday. The Star. (43 words)
    • EARLIER THAN USUAL 'ANG POW DEMANDS [Articles]
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      • NST
      EARLIER THAN USUAL 'ANG POW DEMANDS Xl A I A LUMPUR, I Men. With Chinese New Year still about two months away, se- i cret society gangs have already begun demand ing "ang pews" from shopkeepers and businessmen in the city. Police believe the thugs air making their extortion demands (92 words)
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  • ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY 2
    • 'Reagan's aide to discuss regional issues' [Articles]
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      'Reagan's aide to discuss regional issues' KUALA LUMPUR. Mob m AIDnKlfl rTcllORiielect Ronald Reagan's special envoy to southeast Asia. Mr Ray dine, will discuss regional 1—usi when he meets Malaysian officials during his three-day visit here, informed sources said today He arrived last night from Bangkok on a private visit (338 words)
    • HAVOC IN KLAS RIVERS OVERFLOW AGAIN [Articles]
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      HAVOC IN KLAS RIVERS OVERFLOW AGAIN KUALA LUMPUB, •ver the part M kwn CHMl aavw agala U Ike tow lyte* hcm la Mi atwaad Kialm Lampar today. Tke areas affected ■w Kunf B»b»l la Plrtaas, 8aa«i Bert, reruii parted 8e«*aabmt aa« Kaapaag ■an. Tw* riven tke 8aaSrt Piyaa >ai 8aa«el (160 words)
    • 'NO BARRIERS TO LAND BUYS BY FOREIGNERS' [Articles]
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      'NO BARRIERS TO LAND BUYS BY FOREIGNERS' KUALA LUMPUR, Mon The Land and Regional Development Ministry has notified the National Land Council that foreigners are involved in land speculation. Parliament was told today. The ministry's Parliamentary Secretary, Datuk Jalal Abu Bakar, said al- though the government has no plans to (82 words)
    • Govt's water target [Articles]
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      • NST
      Govt's water target KUALA LUMPUR. Mon. The government's target is to supply water to every household in the country by 1990, a Ministry of Works and Utilities official said today He Mid the Ministry was now reviewing the present policy on water supply and hoped to formulate a new one (58 words)
    • Margosa oil can cause death and brain damage [Articles]
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      • NST
      Margosa oil can cause death and brain damage PETALING JAVA, Monday MARGOSA oil, used almost exclusively by Indians as a traditional home cure for minor ailments, can cause death and brain damage in children. University Hospital director Dr Haji Abbas bin Haji Alias, who issued this warning today, advised the (405 words)
    • Feasibility studies on five projects in Sabah [Articles]
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      Feasibility studies on five projects in Sabah KOTA KINABALU, Mon Feasibility studies are being carried out to set up five bis industrial projects in Sabah with investments totalling $1.8 billion, Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Datuk James Ongkili, said today. He told the State Legislative Assembly that the industries being considered (202 words)
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      OFFICIAL OPENING OF W NTUC WELCOiVIE BUKIT MERAH by Mr. Lim Chee Onn Minister Without Portfolio, Secretary-General, NTUC and M.P. for Bukit Merah on 25th November 1980 at 7-00 p.m. S Message from i Message from MafS SSS y^jJ Mr Lim Kirn San. Mr C V Oevan Mair, M __/T (1227 words)
  • Old folks' home still operating despite shutdown order [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Old folks' home still operating despite shutdown order EVELYN NG By Social Services Reoorter social services Keponer THE eperster M a private k«m far the ajed In Sw Avomc, all Eaat (4Mt RMl, l« CMttlllag her iptrattsaa at the rtek •< paying ftae •f vp to SIM a day until (460 words)
  • RAHIM ON BASIC PROBLEM FACING THE U.N. [Articles]
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    RAHIM ON BASIC PROBLEM FACING THE U.N. THE basic problem faced by the United Nations is that its members seek to resolve global problems in terms of their respective national self-interests, the Senior Minister of State (Foreign Affairs), Mr A. Rahim Ishak, said last night This is Singapore's view of (200 words)
  • calls for visor ban review [Articles]
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    calls for visor ban review THE Traffic Police have been asked by the Communications Ministry to study the possibUity of partially lifting the ban on theuse of crash helmets with clear visors by motorcyclistsandscooterists. A ministry spokesman r-« y"tuor^yrSra^ letters in the presTrecent ly. caUing for the ban to have (177 words)
  • On hObbies [Articles]
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    On hObbies THE Toa Payoh community centre will conduct a course, Introduction to Hobbies, on Dec 1 at 7.30 p.m. For details telephone XXXXX2 ext 172. (26 words)
  • Untruth in citizenship bid: $2,000 fine [Articles]
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    Untruth in citizenship bid: $2,000 fine A PERMANENT resident. Raszali bin Atan, 24, was jailed for a day and fined $2,000 after he pleaded guilty yesterday in a district court to making a false declaration in his application for Singapore citizenship. Assistant Supt H. L. Miranda, prosecuting, told the court (106 words)
  • NPB course on financing of businesses [Articles]
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    NPB course on financing of businesses THE National Productivity Board will bold a one-and-a-half-day course on Financing Your Business in Singapore, on Dec 4 and 5. The course is designed to help managers choose the most suitable type of financial facility or combination of facilities for their companies. Speakers will (86 words)
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  • How tO spend $280,000 a WC problem [Articles]
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    How tO spend $280,000 a VC problem THE Vigilante Corps is having trouble over a rather unusual problem how best to spend more than a quarter million dollars. With a government plan to phase out part-time national service in both the VC and the Special Constabulary, opinion is divided on (253 words)
  • 'Bring Asean people closer via big screen' [Articles + Illustrations]
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    'Bring Asean people closer via big screen' ASEAN film makers should produce movies that would help foster warmer ties among the group's people. Since the movie attendance rate in Asean is among the highest in the world, the silver screen as a promising tool for promoting understanding in the regional (346 words)
  • Donations of blood exceed transfusions [Articles]
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    Donations of blood exceed transfusions A TOTAL of 1,020 blood donations were made at the Singapore Blood Transfusion Service (BTS) last week, an average of 146 units a day. The number of transfusions given was 936 or an average of 134 units daily, said an BTS statement yesterday. The next (71 words)
  • Happiness is having the last laugh.. [Articles]
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    Happiness is having the last laugh. SHE'S so fat that the very presence of her rotund figure brings peals of laughter. Bat Malaysian comedienne Mrs Yosni Jafar, 32, loves It. "I enjoy making people Uugh. I think thi ability of mine to make people smile is special gift," she added (266 words)
  • Defendant bankrupt, so hearing is off [Articles]
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    Defendant bankrupt, so hearing is off A MANUFACTURING company found yesterday that its 1977 civil suit, listed (or hearing before Mr Justice Choor Singh in the High Court, couW not go on because the defendant, Mr Yeo Woon Tsang, formerly a trader, is now a bankrupt. Hearing of the suit (194 words)
  • DEATH OF FISH DEALER, MAN IN COURT [Articles]
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    DEATH OF FISH DEALER, MAN IN COURT WELDER Yew Kai Choong, 26, who was charged two weeks ago for the murder of fish dealer Sim Kim Soon. 42, was produced in court yesterday. He is alleged to have committed the offence at Block 11, Ghim Moh Road, about 3.30 a.m. (166 words)
  • Dale Carnegie bursaries [Articles]
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    Dale Carnegie bursaries THE Dale Carnegie Rock Chapter Spore wUlpresent 25 bursaries worth $200 each to the Ministry of Education d iring their 14th annual chanty ball at the Neptune Theati? restaurant on Saturday ai 8 p.m. The guest of honour, Dr Augustine Tan. will present the Singapore Children's Society (59 words)
  • Management seminar [Articles]
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    Management seminar THE Singapore Institute of Management, in conjunction with Louis A. Allen Associates, Inc. will present a fiveday Allen Management Seminar from Dec 1 to 5 at SIM Conference Room on 3rd floor. Thong Teck Building in Scotts Road, tel XXXXX66. The fee is $1,250 for SIM members and (53 words)
  • Giving blood [Articles]
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    Giving blood THE Blood Donation Centre at the Singapore General Hospital will be open on Sunday between 8.30 a.m. and 12 30 p.m. Group donation sessions will be held at the Kent Ridge and Bukit Timah campuses at the National University of Singapore tomorrow. (44 words)
  • 70th year [Articles]
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    70th year PRESIDENT and Mrs Sheare; will be guests-of-honour at I dinner at the Mandarin Hole to commemorate the 70tl anniversary of Singapori .Scouting on Dec 20 at 7 p. m (31 words)
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      Bringing Up Father By Bill Kavanagh Hal Camp jis&s, will you "V" no,i'm "X WOW! here combs hello, /'yes -for T'm \y whyJOIN M 6 IN MY NOT GRACE FULLY/ ©RACE V. HEALTH INTERESTED OF HEALTH- POOD .^INTERESTED/ r SHE LOOK'S BEEN ">> I IN HEALTH I COURSE Blondie By (160 words)
  • Firm wins $80 m deal to manage Saudi port [Articles]
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    Firm wins $80 m deal to manage Saudi port SINGAPORE'S only private port management company, set up by two former officers of the Port of Singapore Authority, has landed a major contract worth more than $80 million to manage part of a Saudi Arabian port. f^_^ p^__^__ Under the three-year (491 words)
  • Old clothing collection [Articles]
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    Old clothing collection BOON Teck Zone B residents' committee will hold a collection ok old newspapers, magazines and old clothings on Sunday from 9 a.m. from residents in the area. Residents of Blocks 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 43 and 44 along Lorong 5. Toa Payoh. can leave their contributions (72 words)
  • Hundred new taxis [Articles]
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    Hundred new taxis A HUNDRED sra nm» tajda will he aa the raM (ram Doc 1. They will he aperatod hy the Ttaafc Blaacah taxi stead, what* hapaa to laereaae the fleet toltf hy March mmt 2» hy the eaa af sort year. The stead will aaerate raaaa the etoek (68 words)
  • BANK'S RATE AT RECORD 15 pc [Articles]
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    BANK'S RATE AT RECORD 15 pc CITIBANK shocked the banking community last '> Saturday when it raised j its prime lending rate to a j record 15 per cent. Banking sources said that Chase Manhattan Bank is also contemplatI ing lifting its rate to a similar level, although the latest (185 words)
  • 30 strokes and jail for preying on couples [Articles]
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    30 strokes and jail for preying on couples TWO umemployed Malaysians who preyed on courting couples were jailed for 15 months and ordered to be given 30 strokes of the cane yesterday on three charges of armed robbery. Chin Lain Loy, 21, and Chuah Kean Jin, 17, both from Penane, (188 words)
  • Spore tour [Articles]
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    S'pore tour THE Lowland Road community centre will hold a Know Our Singapore tour on Dec 9. The tour will cover a visit to Bukom Shell Eastern Petroleum (P) Ltd. For further details, call XXXXX37. (35 words)
  • Charity show [Articles]
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    Charity show THE Farrer Park Zone A residents' committee will organise a charity variety show In the field in front of Block 48. Dorset Road on Dec 14 at 7 p.m. The MP for Farrer Park, Dr Lee Chlaw Meng, will be pifut at the show to which 40 handicapped (58 words)
  • Box office attraction at work sites [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Box office attraction at work sites ID AH LATIFF THEY SAVE TIME, MANPOWER' By AMID the expanse ef mad, clanking cranes and pile driven at a constracttaa site la North Bridge Itead, fair bright yellow box-like stractarea offer Inviting shelter (ran the torrid son aad grime. At a Letwte Road (416 words)
  • Picnic plan [Articles]
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    Picnic plan THE Bedok community centre will hold a picnic at the Mit sukoshi Gardens on Dec 7. For further details, call XXXXX17. (23 words)
  • Assn plans rubber mission to East Europe [Articles]
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    Assn plans rubber mission to East Europe EAST European countries, in buying more rubber direct from producer countries instead of going through Singapore, nave prompted some rubber exporters believe the Rubber Association of Singapore to plan a trade mission to these countries next year. A spokesman from the association confirmed (189 words)
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  • The Straits Times TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1960
    • COMPANY MEN [Articles]
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      COMPANY MEN THE proposal to allow architects to set up companies of limited liabilty must appeal' as a radical one to some. They may feel, and rightly so, that a corporate organisation is undesirable for certain professions which men ought to enter not simply to earn a living but also (385 words)
    • WEEDING DEVIANTS [Articles]
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      WEEDING DEVIANTS RELIGION is something best left to the individual and God. But when it is exploited by extremist groups for their own ends then clearly the authorities have no option but to step in. Thus the Malaysian Government's announcement that in future all would-be missionaries of Islam must be (365 words)
  • Is US in for another slump? [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Is US in for another slump? ANDREW NIBLEY By in Washington These bleak developments have spawned renewed talk among economists of a situation in which an economy collapses, rights itself temporarily and then either stumbles again or wobbles along in unsatisfactory condition. The problem, many economists believe, is that the (921 words)
  • ASEAN NOTES [Articles + Illustrations]
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    ASEAN NOTES Pearling in Sulu seas PHILIPPINES JOLO (Philippines) (lad aaiy la ktactoUM, with halves between their teeth far protection inlut sharks aad •cUpl, dark-sklaaed Filipino sea gypsies ptanicr late the deep Sain seas la search af pearls. Their sleek, cetoarfal saUhaaU are a familiar sight la the pear Hag (589 words)
  • Enter Reagan, in style [Articles]
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    Enter Reagan, in style JAMES RESTON Commentary by in Washington THE paasc aetweca admiaistraUoa* la AmUuIm to a little Ukr the hash iartaf tke prcMe U aa* «f Wagaert operas all fiddle* aad eai fartfag mrMy before the curtala goes ap and the drams begtatoroll. RoaaM R(»Kaa **d M> lag (959 words)
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    • Our hearts missed a beat when we read the news [Letters]
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      Our hearts missed a beat when we read the news HDB FLAT APPLICANTS SPEAK OUT AGAINST CPF BOARD RULING... BEING A young couple, we were rather apprehensive at first to apply for a HDB flat because of insuf ficient CPF savings. After inquiring with the HDB »f were told that (246 words)
    • Please consider plight of 'unlucky few' caught by deadline [Letters + Illustrations]
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      Please consider plight of 'unlucky few' caught by deadline L It is hoped that the CPF Board will reconsider its official stand and recognise the fact that many were dependent on the withdrawal as part of the surety given by the HDB before the application was finally made. 7 "We, (799 words)
    • It's quite hard to pinch some and save some unless... [Letters]
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      It's quite hard to pinch some and save some unless RECENT press reports have focused on CPF savings, the suggestions including investing in shares, utilising CPF money for buying private houses, insurance and so on. Why can't property tax be paid through the CPF? For a person like me drawing (99 words)
    • Official reply a case of inflexible attitude of bureaucracy [Letters]
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      Official reply a case of inflexible attitude of bureaucracy I REFER to the CPF Board's official reply to public queries on the subject of CPF downpayment for HDB flats. The objective of Regulation 2A is very cleai That is, to allow for the usage of CPF savings as deposits for (323 words)
    • It's not easy to work in the day and study at night [Letters]
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      It's not easy to work in the day and study at night PLEASE REFER to Mr N. Suzuki's letter "Various (actors that help to achieve workers' loyaltv" (ST, Nov 8). I agree with him that it is rather unjust to compare the academic performance of a part-time student with that (180 words)
    • She simply does not need the dole [Letters]
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      She simply does not need the dole I REFER to the news report "Life off the dolr la long struggle (or the Oaga" (ST, Nov IS). MuUm Sek ChM has been receiving Public Assistance allowance uninterruptedly slice February US I, when she last her Job a* a daily-rated labourer and (244 words)
    • CHEQUE CHECKMATE [Letters]
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      CHEQUE CHECKMATE I ISSUED a "Cash or Bearer" cheque, crossed "Not Negotiable," as a wedding present in the belief that it could go into any account, but the re- cipient could not pay into his account and was asked to have the words "Not Negotiable" cancelled by the drawer. This (102 words)
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  • TIMES CITY DESK
    • CLOSING PRICES [Articles]
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      CLOSING PRICES THE Imi wnH rmdy Mir at U» rfcar «< r I in ■> *r Smc* EarftuMr or 9m> pm ji—iiMy ri»tii« wtdi it tiri»6«i *i> prtm mifcii •ttHIMatlH *4)mmI tar «cnp nftiut^M* IMil >I«UI rOMMUTIAL I M ACM 3M ao Alroa M ni auw) cnoc i> ia b (1323 words)
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      SCOREBOARD a*K» I»a*r Taa».ai anew flfirx «wllH IV tte Slock E» Timi iffciiinii minifci nil in Rndy iouii (4 <B4.OT. mta «M u anna bdanntk ■mM lor vIBOH. naaocr 1.OMM. hoorfc UB. W. a^.iaa IiIiimh. looaj ud booA SDH ploMUoao Bl.m alotp WOT SBUf n«nM cvmclo lottlM 1B.OT atlo mood (156 words)
    • Unit trusts [Articles]
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      Unit trusts (MaMgm' prim tor N»v II) Mai Invest Fund 3 CO 3 75 Mai Prog Fund 124 2 35 Mil Security Fund 2 32 2.43 Mai Berjaya Fund 1.96 2 .06 ABBUTBNOT 8ECUBJTIE8 AHA (Minagwa' prim hr«n» S'por* Growth Fund 1.82 1.91 id 01 B-MONTAl.l mill' prim tollnai Union (166 words)
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      BUSINESS DONE (Singapore) BIT) and oiler pnrea ofllciallr baled aad buataea. hi aa reponed la the Mrdaj with the auaaber at aJra. nifd All Tbaaa anUaaaiM Coatraru are quoted after the word "am" Buj Board deal lia lota of 2.4*0 uatta) are quoted alter thr letter* 88. SECTION ONE INDUSTRIAL (1780 words)
    • KUALA LUMPUR [Articles]
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      KUALA LUMPUR BID ud aMcr prtcci officially batod »ad l»«liia la ud rtporwd to Uo? Kuai> Inaaaar Sum* Ezckudr y*» lirday wtta da? aawtarr of aaarta ndrd Mion la bncaxtt a lots al I.(M uaiu yslaa otkmraw apectflad DUMaTRIAU aJaaa (IMB 3MS) (2) 1M (1) 3*4 (OlM(l)lK Oar <IMS) (2) (2028 words)
    • Falls [Articles]
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      Falls M Tobacco PMC K Amal MBS JCabis I Lr-^"" 1 MN 3BS s 1TQO 1130 u» 131* MM Hi 530 «0 TM m ce (BO (26 words)
    • Rises [Articles]
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      Rises WM R**Mn> iyi •SO !fcr]u»u. rk>* L*oa« Lnd M Contiir. ICuchai 1M0 W 370 M •50 •C •3S -34 •30 (21 words)
    • Sydney
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        Falls IU1 1 Hanking ilr.il. Trading C B C lagnuai Corps •ublic Bank loustrad I T C tolh««n. louateadco 1430 1630 1430 1250 1520 750 M0 8S0 580 MO -TO -SO -40 -40 -30 -31) -30 -30 30 -30 (39 words)
      • Riese [Articles]
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        Riese '•(i Maia 1400 loag L»o»« Ind 352 ;cm P .i aoo I E A L 550 i Eaterpriaea SIS I L Keponi 550 iulim M.i« 386 l.t. 380 I Royal 288 I.nu Dev 246 40 3t 30 3S 1J 10 7 +6 6 < (44 words)
      • Most Active [Articles]
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        Most Active F Merlin 1.178.000 SBS XXXXX0 C*C 355.000 UOB 347,000 Total turnover: 9.20 m Total value: $39.03 Source: SES (20 words)
      • Indices [Articles]
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        Indices l.T.Indlc»tor: XXXXX.XXXXX98 2" ndustrials: 721.70 709.4! finance XXXXX4 1285.5: Hotels: 629 28 627 6! Properties 617 38 613 Minings XXXXX 446.7 Plantations 880.66 884.8KBC: XXXXX 676.31 ;ES Ind: 627 56 619.11 (32 words)
    • H'kong
      • H'kong [Articles]
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        H'kong HONGKONG, Mon. Stocks closed sharply lower with the Hang Seng inoex (ailing 87.67 points to 1,481.51, dealers said. The main reason for the sharp fall was the weekend decision to raise the local prime rate by two points to 16 per cent, effective tomorrow. The market had discounted a (423 words)
      • Sydney [Articles]
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        Sydney INDU8TBIALS onu A C 1 210 A N I 313 -5 A P M 300 unch Ampol PW. HO .5 B H P 1406 -15 Bank NSW 100 -3 Boral 330 unch BnmMfi 325 -2 C B A 272+7 C S R 730 unch Coal Allied 1300 unch Ihjnlop (303 words)
      • Tokyo [Articles]
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        Tokyo Takya exekaagea were rlesed yesterday Tfcaakaglvlag Pay (8 words)
      • San sells off two companies [Articles]
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        San sells off two companies SAN Holdings Bhd has sold its entire interests in two Indonesian subsidiaries (or $320,000 cash. The two subsidiaries P. T. San Iron and Steel Industries and P. T. Sanshiba were purchased by an Indonesian businessman. The sale is the culmination of several months of negotiations. (148 words)
      • SEA Lumber [Articles]
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        SEA Lumber SOUTH-EAST Asia Lumber has replied to the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange saying that no revaluation has been made to the assets of the company and that its financial results will be announced after the board meeting. (38 words)
      • HK Tin [Articles]
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        HK Tin HONGKONG Tin has decided to revert back to Sep 30 as its financial year-end. (16 words)
      • P Carbide [Articles]
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        P Carbide SHAREHOLDERS of Perak Carbide approved all resolutions stated in a notice at the EOGM on Nov 19. (19 words)
      • No reason [Articles]
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        No reason MALAYSIAN American Assurance has informed the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange that it is not aware of any reason for the sharp increase in its share price. (28 words)
      • Produce prices [Articles]
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        Produce prices CHINESE Pradac* Kxehaage, fllt-ipirt, rltaiig price* per 1M kg yesterday: Climl m: Bulk fob $140.00 sellers, old drum (In second hand drum) fob 1152 00 sellers, new drum fob $160 00 sellers. C»pra: Mixed (Iook) $87 00 buyers. Pifftt: Muniok white pepper fob Aiu NLW XXXXX0 sellers. Sarawak (142 words)
      • GOLD [Articles]
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        GOLD THE KILOBAR market for gold in Singapore yesterday opened at $42,982 and closed at $43,117. In the Far East, spot gold (or London delivery opened at US$636 637 and closed for lunch at $637/638. The market opened after lunch at the same level and in quiet trading closed at (97 words)
      • Silver quotes [Articles]
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        Silver quotes FM Tk.r» New York 1» «S 19 MB 1S.7DS 19% Zurich IS10B 19 MB 19MS W3OS Mm PM Sincapon 19 KB 19 «B 19.HS MM6 Clo*n« prin* ia US dolUn atrajrouac* tan: C«*« Man, 8>m (37 words)
    • STRAITS TIN
      • STRAITS TIN [Articles]
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        STRAITS TIN THE Straits tin price in Penang yesterday fell M$5 to $1,980 per picul (equivalent to $32.74 per kilo) on a total turnover of 160 1 tonnes, compared with last Saturday's 146 tonnes. (34 words)
      • RUBBER [Articles]
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        RUBBER THE SINGAPORE rubber market closed slightly lower yesterday with December One RSS buyers quoted at 302.25 cents per kilo, down 2.25 cents from last Friday's close, dealers said. Morning prices were marked down about 1.50 cents on some Malaysian selling, they said. In the afternoon, prices lost further ground (367 words)
      • CLOSING PRICES [Articles]
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        CLOSING PRICES Rubber: Nov 24 Singapore: Dec: 302.25 cents (down 2.25 cent) Malaysia: Dec: 309.75 cent* (down 2.75 cent) Tin: M$ 1,980 (down $5) (equivalent to $32.74 per kilo) (down 8 cents) Official offering: 160Vi tonnes (up 14Vi tonnes) (39 words)
      • SSR and SMR [Articles]
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        SSR and SMR K«MBELB SMUCV >«k I -Mh SMRCP SMR 10 SMR 20 SMR SO •Ml SMR pno nu S»fl3 pig DMnhr (< .rr..l Mlki B.,.,1 hlkn Ml SO M1MN aa atooN auo attm 91 <« W3 00N 2Sa« XXXXXN 24»0O 2S10ON h-rw.rd Mlkl '40 H a>N MUt MtSON S600 (57 words)
    • First setback in six weeks [Articles]
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      First setback in six weeks THE Stagitparr stock market aaderweat iti tint majer setback la six weeks yesterday m Investor* r**ctt4 to the naarp drop la Haagkeag share prices. livMltn la Heagkoag, jolted by aews a I per c«at laerease la prime leadlag rate*, laaacaed a kear raM, nraiWag ikare (358 words)
    • Kuala Lumpur [Articles]
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      Kuala Lumpur SHARE prices eased across a broad front at the Kuala Lumpur stock market yesterday as sellers emerged after last week's strong runup among the blue chips. Sentiment was depressed by weak overseas leads, as well as the rise in interest I rates to 17 per cent among major (347 words)
    • Money and exchages [Articles]
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      Money and exchages THE US dollar opened at SJ2 0940 I 60 yesterday and saw fairly active trade around that level It closed at 2 0960 70. The US currency remained firm on expectations of US money supply Increases and increases in credit demands which would indicate yet higher Eurodollar (182 words)
    • NOMINAL RATES [Articles]
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      NOMINAL RATES CumndH Nominal rat** Smilhaonian Parcantaga quotad yaatarday (croaa)pfity changa L*r*i dailan to •or unit of forrlun mrrency: US dollar 2.0960 2.0970 2.8196 -25.66 Sterling pound 4.9220 4.9270 7.3469 -33.01 Australian dollar 2.4425 2.4425 3.4286 -28.76 MZ dollar 2.0155 2.0180 3.4206 -41.08 Canadian dollar 1.7975 1.8050 Laeal Mian to (351 words)
    • DISCOUNT [Articles]
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      DISCOUNT KANUE of pncti onrrra i>> ?ounl houm on Nov 24: .1 Overnight 6 to 7 Call dfiposlU 6 to 7 Cloau* Buyi>| S* Him 1- month rreuury bills 813/16 6 11/11 i-month BankbUls 14 133month»CD 13 t 13 6 months CD 12 12 (44 words)
    • Money market [Articles]
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      Money market Ungaporr dollars on Nov 24: Otttr Bid Ovrmighl 12 12'. 1 munch 12- 12. 2 monlha 13'. 13 3monlh> 1311 16 139 Owrniikt mo* 13' II !J (29 words)
    • Prime lending rates [Articles]
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      Prime lending rates j THE AVEBAGE rate at whlrh majar Slagapare j baaks are earrently prepared U lend to their best I rastomera k lIJ per eeat. (27 words)
    • Opportunity to buy plantation shares [Articles]
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      Opportunity to buy plantation shares LONGER-TERM OUTLOOK ALTHOUGH the outlook for ajaantlon companies appears unfavourable in the current year. UK-based Simon aad Coates believes that this may be "an over gfjlMil start-term view In tact, the slock broking oonpeay leeto Ike apparent relative wtaknti prices of plantation shares have reacted (1009 words)
    • F. Merlin chain largest in M'sia [Articles]
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      F. Merlin chain largest in M'sia MAJOR hotel and property group Faber Merlin Malaysia has increased its total capacity in Malaysia and Singapore to 2.300 rooms Kith the addition of four more hotels, to make it the largest hotel chain in the country. The four new hotels, located in A (900 words)
    • Marginal rise at Metal Box Bhd [Articles]
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      Marginal rise at Metal Box Bhd METAL Box Bhd has reported only a marginal increase in earnings at midterm despite a significant increase in sales. Group pre-tax profits for the six months to Sep 30, 1980 rose 3.3 per cent to U 41 million from $4.27 million previously. The turnover (284 words)
    • JURONG CEMENT PROFIT FALLS [Articles]
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      JURONG CEMENT PROFIT FALLS JURONG Cement s mid-year results indicates clearly how vulnerable the company is to higher energy and raw material prices. Its operating profits plunged by 45 5 per cent to $1.5 million from $2.8 million for the interim period ended Sep 30 Annjuncing the results, Jurong Cement (429 words)
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      1 TECHNORM hM M lol>owing vKincy mm tMi INDUSTRIAL IPf ELECTRICIAN c National Trade A Certificate in I Electrical Fitting PREMIER MILK (S) Installation Grade 2 If PTE LTD 3 lc 5 years experience in an 6 ££°£J£, rt .7 1"* c.«*»» mduitrißlßnlerpnte c Con.pleted full time I ELECTRICIAN Natlonal (1081 words)
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      II CmptoymiH il 1 c) Production ■Ml ■■ft afl^. I J I 'l ill Yj^LW J^L\ 9| Olivatti, Europe's T^|Nt^ manufacturer of I a* ap office equipment I "«■>•<"%. 1.9. has immadiata I jajgm <ea vacancies in its ZB4'4<-122 manufacturing I I operations in Singapora for: ClaSSiHed ■■Cl^igiß Advertising KmUIMjM (468 words)
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      41 Situations Vacant I) MlsceUmmeoms A CAREER FOR Office Boy/ Mesi sengrr required in Collycr Quay Own tranaport an advantage A}\ FimMmitl»m > Phone 2225M6 Margaret for interview A DESPATCH RSOER immediately required Minimum primary education Must possess motor OC a*BPECTORS cycle or .rooter Phone 2*XXXXX A FLORIST REOUSRES Expert- (956 words)
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      OENEPJU. WORKERS TO be tralnCLASS IV contractor Oood salary and sxnnw *%*%■>»?■■«<« prospects for those willing to LORRY DRIVERS »ar« hard Call XXXXXfr7/2SoSS3S Wmm can pjr.oruU.^ v, see SoSS^^^^ajj!*" (Wen* mi) lUMWIR OSLF«-LAN (B) PTI LTD aja%»s- ..aa m. won coaat noaa. HOLLANDSE CLUB Swaoparaosil haa Imwi ami vacancte. lar (1093 words)
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      1 W^ MUSTAO I MALE DESPATCH MUM CUM GENERAL CLERK An expanding shipyard In Jurong which specialises in ZT?-— —n**" the construction and repair- or '"<nnifl.li amptoymani. lng of fast Patrol Boats and a Must possess a class 2 llsophlsllcated Commercial < cence. Vessels requires o Class 3 driving licence (1070 words)
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      1 *2 v e^^ja^^BA^A Bai yß\ BBa^pB^BJI^BB^BBJI I M^V I urgenUy by an established Inter- SBSOAPORE HORTVH.ORA nauonal corporation Attractive y .ni»** salary $800 above plus commission and allowance. 1. FEMALE CLERKS Must have business mind, ex- a OCEO' level perlence good connections and Ab e v, d 0 slmple (1303 words)
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      Would you aHow your car to rust away? Consult the Classified Car Car* A Accessories Spocial: •vary Wednesday A Saturday in December ft January. Why buy a second hand car and inherit more ajak^k4WtaVßvaasLaff*Aa*aasasasVa«F "asW proDtemsr For a little more (on easy H.P. Terms) youcanownpf I M I a brand (1013 words)
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      I VajtajGvßjS ak Bajajfta La^^D I*7* PORSCHE *24 3 owners I*7* DAMATSU V2ORT [^)rry I Immaculate condition Price Owner Diesel Tax April $13 900 $52,000 ono H.p possible Con- on o Tel XXXXX66 t*Ct XXXXX77/9 Ling fOM) j^m^t v n M7l SKODA 120 L 1 lady owner. Road tax new. (847 words)
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      111 VaMdas A Boats ft ■^S MM C.C. PARF II Bkl $4 100 o n o 36 Hoot Klam Road. Hr.Mile 57 Scr^V^,Cre. H £?XZn, T '> XXXXX09 ==s^^^~^"^~^~^^"^ 1»»7 MCRCEOES F»RF 31 12 «U $S)(»»i kBOVE 1000 C.C. Scrap car lor Delivery 20 12 80 ale $6800 Including transfer (632 words)
  • Page 28 Advertisements
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      mftwmwb Beauty Uforid Opposite BuWt Timah s B«auty World Town I >•" l® 15 Tenure-999 years leasehold Easy instalments ♦Prompt delivery No restriction to foreigners Book now to avoid disappointment For Enquiries Bookings Victoiy Realty Co. (Pte) Ltd. 15th Floor, Far East Shopping Centre. Orchard Road. Singapore 0923 Tel XXXXX11 (898 words)
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      OP6r NEAR HOTEL EOUATOMALdI.I 11 'ÜBNISNEO i ullv iiirtnvh^rt Hidgewood 3-bedroomed apart- immTrlLlel', kS«^?o m H h fl^ i ,muri *eidr tional facilities For immediate ZZm r L »cf,O,r.l Park, —P^.on $4,000 4*3*21 nr> d'>uble-More> hou>e fur A CHOICE OF apartmenuin good mshe<l $1,800 Jalan Umau Bali locations Beverly Mai. (1575 words)
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      II iiiuMmjUMß- r At J^i OIBT S f ASCR MLLS Condominiüm 3 bedrooms split-level, fully LEASE M S^' V^lHenl 'Hi "-X«WOOOS FME.T. Housing Pte Ltd XXXXX43 KAMEHAMEHA RISE WBT. t- BRANO MEW Apartment KAMEMAMEHA RISE inside C'BD 3 bedrooms with bathrooms atuched Lounge 3/4 bedroom* span Dining, utilities room $3,700 (1287 words)
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      IV Accommodation A PiaptrNu «^^^^™T Towers High floor. 2.800 sq ft 4 bedrooms, completely furnished. With a child requires swimming pool tennis/ squash etc $4,000 Available immediate- APARTMENT/ HOUSE 'y WESS (XXXXX44/ XXXXX1*) dist 9 in any good residential area Orchard Boulevard Westwood apartment, luxury 4 bedrooms/ Own«rm servants, spacious (1537 words)
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      IV Accommodation Properties WST 19, LIMWANUr* .1 i Hot!) WESS (XXXXX M/ XXXXX19) *M IS semi-detuched bun«al.i» 3 bed- Blglap Park Approxin r.H.ms selling with meant pos- sq ft 2-storei mil detached, 1 session Arr.i 4.200 sq ft Please hedri«)ins mm h freehold contact XXXXX39 vacanl DIST. 5, A FULLY (1315 words)
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      •W HCXir^^^flf^Hil^BVtHßWl m l^tvl^9vQBS OIST DEVONSHIRE COUR' I walk-up apartment 3 bedroorm S3 RtMtonnalPropet- tKH For Sale XXXXX53 XXXXX57 23M1M Andre. leong Housing Agency OIST FAR EAST Mansion higl floor. 3-bedraomed furnishr< apartment facing South-East Beautifully renovated, quiet sur hi Flats roundings. 24-hour security m m $310,000 ono (ienuine buyer: (1310 words)
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      IV Accommodation A Proparttes j.BB KINGS COURT. 2400 SO FT lull) A BROAO RANGE of local/ foreign furnished. $425,000 negotiable ."> buyers require houses aparlminutes 10 Orchard Road Tel ments ($lOO,OOO $XXXXX0 ImBM4BM mediate cash Tansaciion KING'S MANSION hmh f100r .1.800 Owners Please Call Regent >q It 3 nedrc.oniv servants. (1504 words)
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      I.™ omc. and ■•■a m u.TiAuii 3 Office facing sea 1300 sq MULTI-NATIONAL d ft atS3.Mpersq. rvon.o t COMPANY fl 2 Office with übles and partiI fl uoned room-1.50u sq. ft at I Want* To Buy S\ cwono ....nau J 3 Shop at Klm Seng Shopping I FACTORY fl centre (1378 words)
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      I aY jijrt £\Mamamm -W-*4-flu Mjui cfisxiaßflflaißjgjgflj rTopflriavs 1 m > PARKLANE SHOPPING MALL. 220 sq ft $850 p m Rental Sale b) Rental SIIS.OOO Call XXXXX33 4 Prompt Housing Agency ARCADE SHOP FOR Rental, first S££2!!££!££L floor, near escalator, with furnl- MorF o CENTRE ture Immediate occupation Una) its. (1047 words)
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      VI miriHin 4 iMfeatHM Wi ¥11 Tirol Tours JL| VI Trtwl A Tours VI Trml 4 Tours JL\ I !^^^^^ffi^^^^9S W T«.t»« d) Other* ,j jjk T BPJ UAH Ufl T^^T^^ November TK* lati «T m v ing V «j7 J V* 7^ J^M\Wi PearTs Centre. Eu Tong W99VW!f9If9VnS I (2237 words)
  • IX OBITUARIES
    • THE FAMILY OF THE LATE [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      THE FAMILY OF THE LATE sincerely thank relatives, triends and all cowcfwd lor their kind attendance assistance. condo»ences wreaths, scrolls and donations during the.r recent bereavement Special thanks also to Doctors nurse, and staff or St Mark. Hospital for t~«~ cacß. p.,»nc ,h^, ducio, w.... J MR. SIM SEE NGHEE (50 words)
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      passed away after a short illness on 22 11.80 leaving behind his beloved wife. Madam Pang SNjwChin Son. DBogh..™-^ I'mHwY'lKond r^nfMay^^.e L,pH»aTerr> Chew^ren^ Loh Slew Kong. Rosalind SrSiSS.^ "KlmMOlE"(" Chi Hwa. Phillip Dauahter hTunsinLilv Grandsons Granddaughters Vee Lung. Uaren Ai Lin. Serena Vff Heung. Don Hsieh Lin. Angelina Yen Lin. (97 words)
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      MRS LILIAN CHUMG i^b* mowC lav f §j/ao* n SMGAPOMC ins PWd"*Tom,ie«?ni2^ N h"nr b'r3''in''1 ,^£S^l. "«4,ja^ 1" ItGRAMOCHB.OMEN 1 GRANO-tOH-LAW I 1 GRtAT GRAMO-OAUGHTER «r?n^l!Sl!3r?ii?i■*"**"" b"1 *°~*om "> (28 words)
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      120 Deaths Managing Director o( G C 0« Sil». Pt.Ltd No 9 Battery Road and Sola Proprietor of G C.De Sitva Jewellers. Suprama House PonangRoad Son ol tha late MR G C DC SUVA pasted away suddenly m a tragic Motor Accident in Loa Angeles I •■•vintf Behind Beloved Mother (157 words)
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      SEES ««iwASSS« B^ LOVED HUSBAND GEORGE AND \BBS3SZ2 LEAF PLACE. BAN OOAH PABJC. ofT" •Mr^ e TT i rSIS: ?2.AO*22 SSnllir no wreaths please oona t^om^to mnoapore camcer IMS MAMGAMCT ALPHOWSO (31 words)
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      MAD^ passed away peacefully on the 'cte issussr«&.?B?sf on »th nov i9so for si Berna cVis c^J'iCmnVc'niriTia'S OBBMBaq (18 words)
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      P....0 mmmt p. .dull, on 22/11/M toavtns, >llwd Pans) Khoo PaUN-k KiaiChuan Kiai Wrn« Oi Lilian. Lai t'fctn irlf ii* Lai Kent t rank I oh Manjarrt N*n<> Adrian. Alt in Kilt Ping. Knnmi Maruu. Mand> ImukjI b* IwM W It neon M Mk 11. CanaHk Dim Hmm to MM (56 words)
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      pr^^^^ToU^d 1050 JMo^ mom tarn JOKt sor Ktar, l.h, ii Kt hUi S^l^Lrrai^lr'*'"' SSSSpTaJS 1 SrSS; rfooT^, mTT.' y.,1." C^jorjjjrn^-^^ MR. LIM THIAN CHWEE (24 words)
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      PMKD AWAY ON ni\ 1/M CORTEGE LEAVES *0-« TAMOUN HALT NOAD BLOCK 27. SMOAPOHC AT 2 00 PM OM J7/11/tO FOH (K0MOMM0SAM) MR TAY KENG <JM AG€OM YEARS (28 words)
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      DEPARTED PEACEFULLY 23 NOV SO SADLY MISSED BY PARENTS. W»E SON BROTHERS AND S4S|o AT 100PM FOR CHUA CHU KANC CHRISTIAN CEMETERY ■B^pHß^iß S;!!!=g LIM YUNG SENG AGED 45 YEARS (30 words)
    • 123 Acknowledgements [Obituaries]
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      123 Acknowledgements n rHHisj ™tS22JESrSZ£tV& r«rnt bereavem*nl (7 words)
    • THE FAMILY OF THE LATE [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      THE FAMILY OF THE LATE w>ah to ciprau »>•» hwlWI m^r 1—""^1—""^ rroTrr^rrri mm i >^^^ 1 r MR JOHN MENC THIAN SANG X (22 words)
    • THE FAMILY OF THE LATE [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      THE FAMILY OF THE LATE «rah la «ipr*M thoar hurttiM asprociaton and thaokt 10 Hot. Cart* Lf and wimiiii of MM 0mm <x PMC* Church FaMMT Paul T»» and ■nwnbara of Mm SodaMr of ttw Haty SoMta of St rhmui Church. Mm Mlimilinill 4 fHafi of HM«arror ■■mural and IM (73 words)
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      THE FAMILY OF THE LATE IMS. TAN CHENG THVE NEE CHAN AH SOY with to l.p'lil lh*ir WICOT ih.nki to nMm, MtgMMwrs. fTMnd* and Hpxull) Io Guang VI 0. F. (hi and mtnbm o( ih. Smgapora K..n-lr, WMm Amoci ■lion tor ttiwr «r«*th> donahen* •c rolls, conoo*WK#i, ■MontfoMco m flSOMtanof (53 words)
    • 124 In Memoriam [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      124 In Memoriam —=a^.«—i! ,^j^^^^ B.LOV.NOMEMORYC* u",,"^^^ iS.^He'^h'o'S.l iieves in Me shall live even if he be"e»"mMe^.ne°Jr Vd.e- JSSSS-^T' „,,,,,,,„p,^,^,^ MR LIM KOON YAW DEPARTED 25 11 1965 (28 words)
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      atrrSSrS Jay^l will remember you. Love Wa aflan ttwnfc of Mia vaatarvaara Whin wv Mft loflath*f Fond immori— ol row Nngir, Making your abianf HMt mor* p»nlulto«u« You had to km »o kkxi To b* »ith Mm angata ol Cod Always ramambarad by huaband. •on. d.ugM«c and lam.ly NO OUI (60 words)
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      I rr l on. lBl Bu ll t m'1" V"Y "'rS HaVel u>vmg Memor, Lm.ers on W'Pray *>»""»!• You Eumai I Ch»Ml««< MMt—l I I MR. KMO SIOE BIN Departed 2S.11.1974 (30 words)
    • 125 Requiems [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      125 Requiems I~ ■BBBBBBBBBBBBb Lo»>nfl Mamoiii ol SCKARAN who j>;i.v*d away on 12-XXXXX0 The family thank Inends. relatives and 3rd SNfi Unit for their kind attendance and mltunce Aalhma Shanthi Pooja will be hfld on Thursday 27/1 1/80 100 pm at Sivan Temple. Orchard Road Please lake this as a (52 words)
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      "In Memoriam" is for the loved ones whom you remember (10 words)
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  • TIMESPORT PAGE ONE
    • Ban on young competitors? [Articles]
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      Ban on young competitors? LONDON, Mea. Yeaag competitors may seen be banned from the Olympic Games. SaprisJagly, the move has the hacking ef the Soviet Inlen, who began the tread. The proposal was made by the AasociaUsa ef Earepean National Olympic Committees, whe ended their three day conference here yesterday. (249 words)
    • Pate wins Brazilian Open after play-off [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • UPI
      Pate wins Brazilian Open after play-off SAO PAULO, Mon. Jerry Pate, of the United States, came from behind to win the Brazilian Open golf championship, edging out jSpain's Manuel Pinero with a birdie at the fifth hole of a suddendeath play-off here yesterday. > Pinero, who held a five-stroke lead (305 words)
    • Move to boycott Games TIME SPORT [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Move to boycott Games CANBERRA, Mon. Australian aboriginals have agreed in principle to boycott the 1982 Commonwealth Games in Brisbane. The National Aboriginal Conference Executive took the decision yesterday following a majority vote. An official statement said that unless the Australian Government guaranteed rights to aboriginals within the state, they (83 words)
    • Three-pronged attack from Hong Leong-Yamaha [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Three-pronged attack from Hong Leong- Yamaha KUALA LUMPUR Monday HONG LEONG- YAMAHA are all set to launch a three-pronged attack in the Selangor Grand Prix motorcycle event at the Shah Alam racing circuit here this weekend, through defending Malaysian GP champion Keiji Kinoshita and Hideo Kanaya, of Japan, and Singapore's (233 words)
  • Page 33 Advertisements
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      litlflltiNftllftttlFftlTtll Tan Chong Industrial Machinery (Pte) Ltd. an established marketing-or.ented company distributing industrial machineries and equipment, seeks more enterprising executives in their rapidly expanding programme. The positions offer significant management responsibilities, a framework for personal development and excellent growth potential in an ever growing company. Sales Managers Sales Engineers Service (625 words)
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      The best in fashion at your feet tT>TPaTLAT V HJiilxAJ-l SINCE 1880 I RENOWNED IN AMERICA A \Lm CANADA JAPAN L H Buy Genuine REGAL Shots from authorised dealers for your protection. W^ A.X.M. ZAKARIA BROTHERS GERMANY SHOES CO. KIMS SHOES CO. PARMA CO. 338 North Bridga Road G9 Ground (206 words)
  • Leonard is favoured to regain world title TIIT.ESPOHT
    • Leonard is favoured to regain world title [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER
      Leonard is favoured to regain world title NEW ORLEANS, Mon ANGELO DUNDEE, manager of Sugar Ray Leonard, said yesterday that his fighter was ready to combat any dirty tactics that world welterweight boxing champion Roberto Duran, of Panama, may use in their title rematch here tomorrow. Dundee told a Press (446 words)
    • Doctor clears Lim for Asian tourney [Articles]
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      Doctor clears Lim for Asian tourney BERNARD PEREIRA By ROBERT LIM, Singapore's No. 2 badminton player, was yesterday certified fit to compete in the Asian invitation championships in Bangkok, scheduled from Dec. 10-13. him. 20, who injured his right eye in a freak accident during training at the Singapore Badminton (178 words)
    • Badminton starlet dies [Articles]
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      • REUTER, AFP
      Badminton starlet dies Xl ALA 1.1 MPI R, Mm. Cher Goat Rirr, •a c M Malaysia's brightest wstDe* sadmla ta« prwaperU, was killed In a nxUr cycle nCcMeat here last night. Sfce wna X Gtn/k Wkee waa a pilUan riaVr an a matar-cyrle rMalesi b> her 'half br»Uwr whea It (139 words)
    • Australia beat West Germany to clinch series [Articles]
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      • AGENCIES
      BRIEFS Australia beat West Germany to clinch series beat West Germany 3-1 to clinch the hockey series here yesterday Australia won two of the lour matches and drew one. AMBUCAN FOOTBALL The Edmonton Eskimos defeated the Hamilton Tiger -Cats e-10 to win the Grey Cup. ABCUBY Scandlnavuui competitors woo all (616 words)
    • Formula OneGP [Articles]
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      Formula One GP PARIS. Moo. The International Automobile Federation have announced the following Formula One Grand Prix for the 1981 season: Argentinian Jan. 25. South African Feb.7. USA West (Long Beach) March 15 Belgian May 17 Monaco May 31 Spanish June 21. French July 5. British July 18. German Aug. (69 words)
    • Walters bounces back [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Walters bounces back MELBOURNE, Mon. Doug waiters has bounced back into the Test arena with his selection to the Australian team to take on New Zealand. Walters was named in a 12-man squad for the first Test, starting in Brisbane on Friday. The Australian team: Greg Chappell (Qld, captain), Kirn (92 words)
    • INDIANS BEGIN WITH A DRAW [Articles]
      • Page 34
      • AFP
      INDIANS BEGIN WITH A DRAW PERTH. Mon. India's opening game of their Australian tour, a threeday clash with Western Australia, ended in a dreary draw here today. Set a virtually impossi ble victory target of 247 in 135 minutes, the tourists made no attempt to chase runs and moved steadily (131 words)
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  • TIMESPORT PAGE THREE
    • Steward's Cup has promise of top classic [Articles]
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      Steward's Cup has promise of top classic CALL BOY By ANOTHER classic clash looms betwewi sprinters and stayers in the 1.600 metres Steward's Cup. to be run for the last time on at Bukii Timah on Sunday. The event, between two important cup races, the Singapore Gold Cup in October (363 words)
    • Drum Major is year's top fancy [Articles]
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      Drum Major is year's top fancy EPSOM JEEP By SINGAPORE racegoers are certainly a resilient lot After 19 races they still had the stamina and resources to go on a betting spree in the last race (or Class 3 Division 2 horses over 1.600 metres at Bukit Timah on Sunday. (419 words)
    • How the beaten favourites fared [Articles]
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      How the beaten favourites fared SATURDAY (good for the first two races and then yielding). Rac* 1: Harper Arrow II ($14) was beaten for early pace. He moved up in the final 200 metres to finish fourth. Race I: Landon Lad ($19) was never seen with a chance. Baee t: (360 words)
    • TOUR REWARD [Articles]
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      TOUR REWARD SINGAPORE University Tw» will meet Gay W»rW Om li tkf SkeU basketball training scheme Intrr-rmtrr BwU at datr and veame U be ■■■«—f«< MM. Bat whatever tfce Mttmme, tbe cre*m tt tke SbeU Mmm »re nlag to be nm%t*e* with a t— r tt ItUlaoo a«< ku»la Lnmp«r (90 words)
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    • Superstar Borg will play in KL [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Superstar Borg will play in KL R. VELU Tennis maestro, 3 other players coming By KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. The Lawn Tennis Association of Malaysia yesterday confirmed tennis superstar Bjorn Borg's appearance in an exhibition match here next February. I.TAM president Tan Sri Jamil Rais ended their annual meeting at Stadium (386 words)
    • Amritraj wins Bangkok Classic [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Amritraj wins Bangkok Classic BANGKOK, Mon. VIJAY Amritraj, of India, won his second Volvo Grand Prix tennis tournament this year when he beat Brian Teacher, of the United States, 6-3, 7-5 in the men's singles final of the Bangkok Classic championship here yesterday. The 27-year-old Indian, winner of July's Miller (342 words)
    • Scant hopes for the Republic's juniors [Articles]
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      Scant hopes for the Republic's juniors PATRICK BASTIANS By SINGAPORE left for the Asian Junior tennis championships in Fukuoka, Japan, yesterday with little hope of doing well. They left behind Victor and Melvin Pereira, the second and third best juniors, because they are taking their O level examinations. The team (263 words)
    • Training scheme for under-12s next year [Articles]
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      Training scheme for under-12s next year BERNARD PEREIRA By PRIMARY schoolchildren will, for the first time, have the opportunity to play tennis when the Singapore Lawn Tennis Association launch their under- 12 training scheme next year. Explaining this move, SLTA president Dr. Ong Leong Boon said: "We've secured the sponsorship (351 words)
    • Singapore overcome bad start [Articles]
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      Singapore overcome bad start PETER SIOW By SINGAPORE overcame a disastrous start to win a gold medal in the team trap event of the Royal Johore Shooters' Association championships in Jo'.iore Bahru at the weekend. Disastrous because Singapore were lying fourth with 143 points, out of a possible 200, behind (163 words)
    • No automatic entry for ex-champions [Articles + Illustrations]
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      No automatic entry for ex-champions BEING a former national singles champion does not automatically qualify Daniel Lim for a place in the tournament proper of the Tretorn Open grasscourt tennis championships, which ended on Sunday, reports BERNARD PKREIR A. This was the contention of the Singapore Lawn Tennis Association's tournament (313 words)
    • Japan 2-0 [Articles]
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      Japan 2-0 THE Japanese national hockey team beat Premier League club Khalsa 2-0 in a friendly match at Balestier Road yesterday. (21 words)
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    • Samad out of Singapore line-up against Aussies [Articles]
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      Samad out of Singapore line-up against Aussies BANGKOK, Maa. Slagaaare eaatala Naaaaa Alaaltrba> was taday raled aat af the least ta face Weatora Aastratta la the B*pabHc'* Oaal piiMiaaryraaaa Ur af the Uag's Caa saccer Usraasirat at the Natfaaai Staalam be re taaaarraw aljrjit, raaarts JOE DORAI. Tbe aeelslaa was (319 words)
    • TABLES [Articles]
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      TABLES FImUumJ A 4 4 I B I i 3 1(17 2 4 3 1111(1 4 1 1 1 2 M 3 0 GBOTF A TllULndH kvaa 4 2 1 1 U i 4 1 1 1 I S i i 4 i i o i 5 3 4 < (54 words)
    • FIXTURES [Articles]
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      FIXTURES VABTERAB V SOI TH KOREA SINGAPORE V W. AUSTRALIA (10 words)
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      Youth lose plug in shift to top gear WILFRED YEO By YOUTHS 3 SCC 0 SINGAPORE'S Youth squad, who leave on Saturday for the Asian youth soccer tournament in Manila, shifted into top gear in this friendly match with the Singapore Cricket Club on the Padang yesterday. But, in letting (287 words)
    • Malaysian youths lose [Articles]
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      Malaysian youths lose MALACCA. Mon Malaysia's national youth soccer squad, unable to striae together food awvas. lost S? to a Malacca Selection at tb- Kubu Stadium yeaterday They team will be competing hi the Asian youth champJiwaMf in Manila starting today week NST (43 words)
    • Champions [Articles]
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      Champions DEFENDING champions I •prrjuon* Division retained I the Port of Singapore Authority intra-aoccer Cup title for the third succeanve year. wfcea they beat PSA Police 14) us tar final at Bukit Chermin j veaterday Scorers were Mood Nor and Durai Arasan (42 words)
    • Lind beaten [Articles]
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      Lind beaten PAUL USD was beaten XXXXX0 by Robin Teaaenaoha in the Singapore Cricket Club's handteas billiard* tournament yes- (19 words)
    • PAGE FIVE Intesive training in January [Articles]
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      PAGE FIVE Intesive training in January PETER SIOW By THE Basketball Association of Singapore have decided not to resume intensive training for the national squad until January. One of the reasons is that there will be no overseas assignments for the first half of next year. The other, of course, (213 words)
    • China surprise off-form Thais [Articles + Illustrations]
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      China surprise off -form Thais THAILAND B 2 CHINA 4 CHINA upset Thailand B 4-2 tc qualify for the second round ol the King's Cup soccer competi tion here last night. The teams who have already qualified for the second round are Thailand A and B, China and South Korea. (374 words)
    • Mercedes Benz is bonus award in All-star meet [Articles]
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      Mercedes Benz is bonus award in All-star meet THE 12-day Seven-up Kallang All-star bowling championships, already swelling with more than $40,000 worth of prizes, will have a Mercedes Benz 230E as a bonus award when they start tomorrow at the Kalians Bowl, reports WILFRED YEO. The Cycle and carriagesponsored Mercedes (318 words)
    • Waterpolo champs score easy win [Articles]
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      Waterpolo champs score easy win DEPENDING ckanv piaas Qaee—fw A and runners-tap Armed Forces A l««k pafaeJ far a repeat "sfcawtUwn" the Stanpsre Amateur Swlmmikg A— eUU— Opea wafer-pal* c*mpeatin this year. Unbeaten T*e twa teams are Bnbeatea mavlag lnu the secaaa-raaad af the Leagae taaraameat. Over the weekead, Oaeeaatawa (76 words)
    • The Republic's women bowlers way behind [Articles]
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      The Republic's women bowlers way behind ADELAIDE, Mod. Singapore women bowlers finished way behind the leaders in the singles event of the sixth Asian Zone ten-pin bowling championships at Cross Road Bowl here yesterday. The best Singapore performance was given by 15th -placed Delia Milne, with Ruby Chang finishing 16th, (246 words)
    • 51-46 victory [Articles]
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      51-46 victory JALAN KAYU beat Whampoa 51-46 and Joo Chiat defeated Upper Serangoon 62-60 In Interconstituency basketball matches yesterday. (19 words)
    • Nanyang 5-0 [Articles]
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      Nanyang 5-0 NANYANG Siang Pau A trounced Bras Basah A 5-0 In the Singapore Table Tennis Association team championship at Poi Ching School yesterday. Other results: SAFRA 5 BNP 0, SAFSA Red 5 Kampong Bugis CC 0. Nanyang B 5 MYMCA 0. (42 words)
    • Loo triumphs [Articles]
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      Loo triumphs LOO YAP LONG beat Lee Kian Meng 300-197 and Quek Yew Huat was given a walkover by B. X Chua in the Singapore Biliards Association 3-ball championship at the Katong Saloon yesterday. (34 words)
    • Today's events [Articles]
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      Today's events BADMINTON Uter-Bwi-■en Biiki Mixed Tr»m Lcafae: Texins v Tien Wah Press. HK Bank v Sunbeam Trading (Singapore Badminton Hall.Tj. MiJj*im« NatUasl three-tall tUmvJtmUfi (Kalong Saloon, 6.45). 8CC thrae-tall hmndlr.p iMrumnt (SOC. HOCKEY SWHA Mv. Om Lm|m: SRC v SCC (Padang. 500). rrttmitf. SCC v Japan (Balestier Road. 5.15). (58 words)
    • Wasim, Imran rescue Pakistan in first innings [Articles]
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      Wasim, Imran rescue Pakistan in first innings LAHORE, Mon. A sixth-wicket partnership of 93 runs between Wasim Raja and Imran Khan helped Pakistan reach 218 for six in their first innings at the close of play in their first cricket Test against the West Indies here today. Imran joined Raja (206 words)
    • SCORBOARD [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      SCORBOARD PAKISTAN M INNS: S. Urtiiml c Murray b Marshal] 19 T. ArH c Murray b Garner S M. Akhter c Murray b Croft 13 I. Mtaatoa 1 c Richards b Craft 6 M. KbM c Bacchus bGarner 4 W. Baj» c KaUirharran b Richards 76 1. Uu not out (83 words)
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  • Another longrange missile test by China [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Another longrange missile test by China BEIJING, Monday ■as conducted another long-range >t in its continuing programme to its missile capability, diplomatic sources said today. They said the test, over a 4,000 km range across northern China, was the fifth known missile test this year, including two intercontinental-range shots from (176 words)
  • Britain cuts lending rate [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Britain cuts lending rate LONDON, Mon. Britain's Conservative Government today announced a cut in the Minimum Lending Rate from 16 to 14 per cent. The cut in the near-record interest rate followed mountins pressure from leading industrialists, who said it was crippling industry and aggravating recession. Reuter. (47 words)
  • Border clash [Articles]
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    • AFP
    Border clash DACCA, Mon. Indian border security forces continued to fire on Bangladesh territory in the TamabiT area in the northern district of Sylhet for the third consecutive day yesterday amid reports of mounting tension on the border, the official news agency BSS reported yesterday. AFP. (46 words)
  • HDB men listen in at flats for pointers [Articles]
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    Khmer Rouge ready to concede power JAKARTA, Mon if anyone can drive Viets out, says Ieng Sary THE Khmer Rouge is prepared to concede power to any leader with the ability to drive the Vietnamese invaders out of Kampuchea, Khmer Rouge Foreign Minister Ieng Sary said here last night. Mr (423 words)
  • Refugees to be sent back [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Refugees to be sent back NASSAU (Bahamas), Mon. A group of 64 Haitians who said they drifted across the Caribbean for more than a month in a vain effort to reach the United States will be sent back to Haiti, Bahamian officials said yesterday. The officials said the group, including (71 words)
  • Marcos leaves it to Muslim Conference [Articles]
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    Marcos leaves it to Muslim Conference MANILA, Mil. President Ferdinand Marco* today indicated that he Is leaving to the Islamic Confereaee the decision on whether peace talks between the Philippine Government and am mwlimliil Mif Urns would rontinoe. The dialogue was lnltlaUy scheduled to he held la Jakarta last month (102 words)
  • Weizman is sacked from own party [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Weizman is sacked from own party TEL AVIV, Monday FORMER Israeli Defence Minister Ezer Weizman has been expelled from the rightwing Herat Party, which he helped to bring to power. The Herat (Freedom) movement, which is led by Prime Minister Menachem Begin, expelled Mr Weizman last night because he voted (328 words)
  • Asean trade meeting [Articles]
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    Asean trade meeting JAKARTA, Mon. The Asean Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Asean-CCI) will hold a meeting here from Dec 4 to 11 to discuss programmes in the agricultural, industrial and commerce fields, it was announced here. It will be followed by a oneday meeting on Dec 12 of the (87 words)
  • Dow Jones [Articles]
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    • AP
    Dow Jones NEW YORK, Mon. The stock market took a sharp drop this morning. The Dow Jones average erf 30 industrials fell 10.41 to 979 52 in the first half-hour ot trading on the New York Stock Exchange. AP. (39 words)
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      • Writer who teaches himself [Articles]
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        Writer who teaches himself CHAN CHAY LUNG By CONTINUING our series on modern Chinese writers, Bilingual Page today introduces Shen Congwen, a liberal writer who would rather give up literary writing than to compromise himself. RENOWNED Chinese writer Shen Congwen was born in Hunan province in 1902. He received only (563 words)
      • Simplified characters [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Simplified characters a^-*f4fewm*7°" 'Z, "f^ne"" *E£»H-tt* ttillfiJlirE^fcjlfcA Rift »A "E4 -ft m ;ai*fiaa-t a* a-^Aw»-fi** THE illustrated word is pronounced po, meaning sprinkle, rude or unreasonable. It has been reduced to only eight strokes from its regular form, in brackets, combinations of the word: aiW»ihrew po*o bold; forceful ,ik <«.')> (77 words)
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    • PICK of the DAY [Articles + Illustrations]
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      PICK of the DAY SBCS THOSE interested in the Talentime '80 Homeviewers' Contest mustn't miss tonight's Taleatfme *M Preview (Ch 5, 7.50 p.m.). specially designed to help viewers pick the winners. The preview will feature short excerpts from the previous video recordings of the songs the finalists had sung in (998 words)
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        Straits Times Crossword ACROSS normal efficiency (3. 4) 1 Inexperienced female swallows 5 Derby runners? Find right everything (6) one, without tipster, ultimately 4 The way fur gets about, on (6) reflection, there must be dogs 6 AbsUUB from embracing easl em ancestors (9) 9 Snooze after Sunday game of (310 words)
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        TOURS THROUGH THE GALLERIES OK THfc NATIONAL MUSEUM, conducted by volunteer guides from Friends Of The Museum every Tuesday morning at 11 a.m. All are welcome. Tours begin at the sales < and information counter and last about an hour. ART EXHIBITION by Miss Monica Chua An Huwa, Alliance Franraise (113 words)
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    • LEISURE
      • Realising the Asean Film dream [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Realising the Asean Film dream 6 Perhaps the day is not far off when Indonesia's Bobby Sugars or Rima Melati can be heard speaking Tagalog in a Manila cinema; or A.R. Badul seen keeping a straight face as he delivers a funny line to the delight of a cinema audience (1294 words)
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    • OUTLOOK
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        Dressing up little tots Every mother knows that shopping is a nightmare making a child dress and undress over and over again, fitting Into party dresses which yon might not bay. So pick a style you fancy, slip It onto the cut-out dolls and decide on what you'd like before (584 words)
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        Bubbles and shrieks and caviar IT just had to be bubbly and shriek all the way last Friday night, when Balmain launched his new noseteaser Ivoire in a flood of champagne, elite eats and oh, so gay gaiety. Tres rharmant hosts Monsieur et Madame Chollet, the French ambassador and his (740 words)
      • Creative approach to discipline [Articles]
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        Creative approach to discipline LYNNE MESSINA By MARGARET Atkins grew weary of preparing dinner to the sound of her children's constant bickering. Alison (eight), and Christopher (six), just couldn't seem to get along. "It was getting on my nerves," Mrs Atkins said. "I was waiting until they got into a (790 words)
      • discipline tuesday column [Articles]
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        tuesday column To be inflicted with a cold is socially acceptable; a cough is definately taboo. SHIRLEY LOW discovered this discrimination some months ago when she was afflicted with a nasty bug in her throat. (35 words)
      • A coughing fit [Articles]
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        A coughing fit 6 At the poignant moment when Ms Streep broke down, I lost the battle with y my cough. SNOBBERY? Please, not again. What could possibly be written on this tired, tedious topic that hasn't already been written and rewritten and rewritten... I was inclined to agree until (870 words)
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    • Seven Samurai o£ Macao [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Seven Samurai of Macao The Seven Samurai professional gamblers have invaded Macao and toppled it like a house of cards. They are young, flashy, and include two women and a maths whiz among them. Together, they've set the casino bar buzzing with their exploits and drop hints that they're reaching (1339 words)
    • Will they be safe through the great quake? [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Will they be safe through the great quake? BRYAN BRUMLE V By in TSUKUBA JAPAN UNTTED STATES and Japanese engineers plan to destroy a sevenstorey building hKC with a simulated, slowmotion earthquake to test "quake proof" construction techniques used in tremor-prone areas like California and Japan. A reinforced concrete building (675 words)
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    • Syndicate vs Samurai: The war goes on [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Stacking the odds against the dealer in blackjack Mr Ho and his casinos plan to change house rules again in an attempt to bust the gamblers' system. He is also asking the government to allow the casino to ban anybody who appears on a certain gambling 'blacklist', prepared by a (643 words)
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