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The Straits Times Estd. 1845 TUEBDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1181 35 CENTS M.C.(P) No. 101/1/81

SAMAD RENOUNCES HIS BELIEFS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SAMAD RENOUNCES HIS BELIEFS M.G.G. PILLAI 'Now I walk the path of God' By Our Kuala Lumpur Reporter SEE PAGE 12 (i My past holds a V lesson for the I people of this country 6 MY past holds lessen far the people of this country, especially for the young,

Peanut wrapper shock [ARTICLE]

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Peanut wrapper shock JAKARTA, M.S. ■OBi U wrap peaaits, Asian sews ageaey repsfted tsssty. Aa Assam repartee was shacked waea be ksagM aaaaa* at Jayapsra, Irlaa Jaya, rew«tfy because he foud the paper aaea far WTissiaf, was a derameat Sal Ike sravlaeisJ badge* to Basset sewal trasamlaraUM project*. The Iseal

Why visa was refused [ARTICLE]

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Why visa was refused JAKARTA. Uoa The government'! decision not to extend the visa of Australian Journalist Peter Kodgen was taken last July because of his unfriendly reports about Indonesia. Anura news agency said today. Mr Rodgers, 34. a correspondent of the Sydney MornIm Herald, is to leave Jakarta on

'Reagan bid for world pact over hostages' [ARTICLE]

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'Reagan bid for world pact over hostages' NEW YORK, Monday THE Reagan Administration is considering proposing an international pact that would call for immediate reprisals against any country tolerating the taking of foreign diplomats as hostages, Newsweek magazine reported today. I "Once a world court decision or a United Nations

Mrs Yoong explains [ARTICLE]

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Mrs Yoong explains THE report in Saturday's ban* of The Straits Times, "Police probe $5m legal tangle," referred to Mrs N.C. Yoong and her husband having ted separate lives. llrs Yoong has pointed out that she was not referring to her personal relationship with her late husband, but instead to

12-point jump in ST Index [ARTICLE]

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12-point jump in ST Index BUOYED by last week's bullish streak, stock prices rode high to boost another new high in the Straits Times Industrial Index. With its component indstrials starring in an exciting broad-based rally for the greater part of the day, the S.T. Index jumped a lengthy 12.5

Parliament opening live on TV tonight [ARTICLE]

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Parliament opening live on TV tonight PRESIDENT SHEARES will open the Fifth Parliament tonight. The opening will be telecast live by the Singapore Broadcasting Corporation over Channels 5 and 8 from 8.25 p.m. Channel 8 will carry a simultaneous Mandarin translation of the President's address. A Malay translation will follow

Petrol prices to go up again [ARTICLE]

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Petrol prices to go up again PETROL prices are to go up after the Chinese New Year holidays, an oil company source said yesterday. No details were immediately available, but according to the Singapore Broadcasting Corporation last night, prices of petrol and diesel, may rise between three and four cents

Sihanouk wants to head new govt — report [ARTICLE]

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Sihanouk wants to head new govt report NEW YORK, Monday PRINCE Norodom Sihanouk has reversed an earlier decision to retire from politics and now says he would like to head a provisional Kampuchean government to oust Vietnamese troops occupying the country. This change of heart by Prince Sihanouk, expressed in

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Soviet presence in S. China Sea grows [ARTICLE]

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Soviet presence in S. China Sea grows ABBY TAN, By, Our Manila Reporter MANILA. Mon The I Soviet Union's presence in the South China Sea continues to expand, but there is no indication yet that Moscow is building any offensive capability at the Vietnamese naval facility in Cam Ranh Bay,

Reagan to reaffirm US-Korea security pledge [ARTICLE]

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Reagan to reaffirm US-Korea security pledge WASHINGTON, Mon. President Ronald Reagan will reaffirm strong American security commitments to Asia in his meeting with South Korean President Chun DooHwan, administration sources say. Mr Reagan planned a warm but low-key welcome, a one-hour private meeting and a White House luncheon honouring Mr

In The Other word... [ARTICLE]

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In The Other word... SOME of the returned hostages were interviewed by Newsweek magazine. A sampling: I SAT la the bedr**m where the nmllltMts wen ealHaz their glrltriffc They sal*, "Bey, gMM where I'm caWag fr»m? We're h»vUK all kla«i M fua"...»»«l here I am, httafUM aad ttoi to chair.

USAF drive for pilots [ARTICLE]

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USAF drive for pilots WASHINGTON, Mon. With more planes than i! has pilots, the USidr force (USAF) has begun a major effort to persuade former pilots to re-en-list The number of air force pilots and navigators baa declined since the early 1970 b, when commercial airlines began to lure them

West Bank spy gets 10 years [ARTICLE]

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West Bank spy gets 10 years AARON SITTNER By Our Jerusalem reporter JERUSALEM, Mon. A thirty-two-year-old Palestinian surgeon from the Israeli-occupied West Rank has been sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment for spying for the Soviet Union. According to Israeli state radio, Dr Johar Sayej of Bir Zeit, a surgeon at

Iraqis in battle of Ghelan Gharb [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Iraqis in battle of Ghelan Gharb PICTURES show Iraqi troops in a battle with Iranian forces near Ghelan Gharb on the northern front last week. At left, Iraqi commandos carrying away a soldier wounded in the clash while infantrymen, bottom, are pumping automatic Ore at their enemies. In a statement

More Mirage F-1s for Iraq [ARTICLE]

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More Mirage F-1s for Iraq PARIS, Mon. France will deliver more Mirage F-l fighter bombers to Iraq in the next few weeks after supplying four at the weekend under a 1977 contract, French officials said today. They said an Iranian parliamentary delegation that visited Paris last November was warned that

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I lis music was his life. A composer, scholar, folklorist, professor of composition and music critic, his commitment to Hungarian music was to influence a vyhole generation. He was twice married, the second time at the age of 76, to a student almost GO years his junior. The music of

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Singapore Flavour Buffet At the Golden Peacock- Feb 1-15 Sample the exotic flavours of Round off your meal with authentic Singapore dishes. All delicious desserts like Gula prepared from traditional recipes Malacca. Bubor Pulut Hitam, Kaya and done with iust the right Cake or Pancakes with Coconut amount of chilli,

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Impact [ARTICLE]

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Impact WHAT did Chinese Prime Minister Zhao Ziyang achieve during his eight-day visit to Burma and Thailand? He made a major announcement this week by openly voicing China 's support for a non-communist Kampuchean united front. Mr Zhao also pledged that China will offer only moral and ideological support for

A step closer to Asean's viewpoint [ARTICLE]

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A step closer to Asean's viewpoint BANGKOK, Mon. CHINESE Prime Minister Zhao Ziyang wound up his first overseas tour today after signalling Beijing's sensitivity to the concerns of regional non-communist states. Mr Zhao, who flew home after an eight-day visit to Burma ana Thailand, indicated in his statements here that

NZ threat to cut off Aussie bank business [ARTICLE]

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NZ threat to cut off Aussie bank business CANBERRA, Monday NEW ZEALAND'S Prime Minister, Mr Robert Muldoon, has threatened to cut off Australian banking businesses if New Zealand banks are not allowed to operate freely in Australia. In an interview published today by the national daily, The Australian, Mr Muldoon

Paper protests against Viet campaign [ARTICLE]

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Paper protests against Viet campaign BELGRADE, Monday THE official daily Politika today protested against what it called "an anti- Yugoslav campaign waged by Vietnam" and compared it to the kind of attacks Yugoslavia had been subjected to in the 1950s after its break with the Soviet Union. Politika notably took

Another jolt [ARTICLE]

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Another jolt SALISBURY. Mod Zimbabwe'! whit* minority. Jolted by HTBrtae tax increues last week, was told yesterday that its private whites-only com mualtjr sctoota' are to be abol ithed. Reuter

Cure for deadly spider bite [ARTICLE]

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Cure for deadly spider bite SYDNEY, Moo. Sydney doctors have (or the first time succetfully used a new anti-venom to save the life of a man bitten by a deadly funnel web spider. The anti-venom, produced after IS years of research, had never before been administered to a human victim

Escapee dies [ARTICLE]

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Escapee dies MANILA. Mon Police today shot and killed a buri- iim mr the prtifchntial palace at be allegedly threatened to slash bis daughter s throat with a kitchen knife if Philippine first lady Imelda Mures were not brought to him immediately, police skid. Ramon Nuega. 62. apparently escaped lad

Hua is absent from army meeting [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Hua is absent from army meeting BEIJING, Mon. Communist Party Chairman Hua Guoteng remained conspicuously absent from an army political work conference, showing further that the chairman's duties have been taken away from him. The official Xinhua news reported that the 19day conference ended on Sunday after important instructions and

Thalidomide victim fathers healthy baby girl [ARTICLE]

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Thalidomide victim fathers healthy baby girl KITAKYUSHU (Japan), Mon. A aVYEAaVOLD thalldeanlde victim here baa bieimf the lather ef a L bahy gM-healthy with The baby, aamed Maeahe, we^pted IJK* grama whea she was ban an Jaamary 4 te Masahl aad luir leamgl. The baby's lather, Mr 1 isngi was

'15 TO 20 AFGHAN MARXISTS KILLED EACH DAY' [ARTICLE]

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'15 TO 20 AFGHAN MARXISTS KILLED EACH DAY' NEW DELHI, Mon. About 15 to 20 members of the ruling Marxist party in Afghanistan are slain every day in Kandahar city apparently by rebels, an Afghan exile source reported yesterday. The source quoted travellers from Kandahar, I Afghanistan's largest city after

Spread out [ARTICLE]

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Spread out TOKYO, Mon. Kirn DacJung. the leading opponent of South Korea's military-sup-ported -government, and 14 democratic activists convicted with him for sedition have been moved from detention in Seoul to widely separated prisons, according lo Japanese Christian sources. NYT.

'Moore' than just ordinary [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Moore' than just ordinary ENTERTAINER Mar> Tyler Mmn heMfatg her (i.ldcn Glebe Award last SatanU\ In Beverly Hills, CaUferaia, which she wea f o r be r r«Je in the fUm Ordinary Peepie. The drama collected five majer kMMn, Including Me for Mm* Meere for Beat Actress In a dim.

Rome street open to kids [ARTICLE]

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Rome street open to kids ROME. Mon. Children hi carnival costumes played tag in the middle of Via Dei Fad Imperiali yesterday the first day that half o< the famous street next to the Forum was closed to automobiles. Hundreds of tourists and Roman families enjoyed an I— Mi lly

Torture probe [ARTICLE]

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Torture probe NEW DELHI. Mon. The Indian government is investigating allegations that police officials In the city of Benares broke the legs of 9 persons being held without criminal charges, a Home Ministry official said today Calcutta's "Sunday" news magazine reported police in the Hindu holy city deliberate ly maimed

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Printers stall Murdoch's Times bid [ARTICLE]

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Printers stall Murdoch's Times bid LONDON, Mon PRINT union leaders today stalled Australian press magnate Rupert Murdoch's bid to take over the Times of London and the Sunday Times, warning there was "no chance' of an agreement before the Feb 12 deadline he set to wrap up the sale. -We're

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Bible in 275 tongues [ARTICLE]

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Bible in 275 tongues THE BOLE, already the world's most widely distributed bock, is now available complete in 275 languages, the Bible Society in London reported yesterday. It said parts of the Bible appeared in 27 new languages last year, making a total of 1,710 languages la which at least

Kids saved by dolphins [ARTICLE]

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Kids saved by dolphins IDEE children were rescued by dolphins which pushed them adrift until they reached a lifeboat after their ship sank In the Java Sea, the Jakarta newspaper Berita Buana reported yesterday. Ace Walaadau. 11. and his two brothers were thrown overboard by their father when the Tampomas

Return gift after 69 years [ARTICLE]

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Return gift after 69 years THREE thousand cherry sa- plings had a homecoming in Tokyo on Sunday, a gift from the United States which had planted their Japanese forbears in Washington 0 years ago, officials said yesterday. The donation came after Tokyo officials requested cuttings from the US to replace

Walesa steps in to end general strike in south [ARTICLE]

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Walesa steps in to end general strike in south WARSAW, Monday POLISH labour leader Lech Walesa intervened personally today to end a general strike in the south, confirming his moderate line, and appearing to strengthen his position in the Solidarity free trade union. The state radio said Mr Walesa went

MILLION-DOLLAR RIOTS [ARTICLE]

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MILLION-DOLLAR RIOTS BERLIN, Mm. Auti *,s»nclnaa rUteri la Rraakfart aaa aaaatters la BerHa faagkt seaae sf tke fiercest street battle* Waal riliiiaMß.|i aaa sees la we ■head Barest that eaaaea mare tfcaa a ml 111* a saarks (mjmjm) taa»»», aataartttas saM «a Saa«ay. fa WEST BERLIN, vMeaee raa aaaaatoi far

Deal that is rich in history and irony [ARTICLE]

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Deal that is rich in history and irony Salisbury, Mon IN A swap rich in irony, I South Africa has returned five carved birds that form part of Zimbabwe's heritage and got 30,000 dead insects in return. Carved of soapstone and standing about 30 cm high, the birds were taken

Charged with extortion [ARTICLE]

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Charged with extortion SYDNEY, Moo. A man arrested last week will be charged with being a leader of a gang at extortioners who waged a hnmhlng campaign agabct Woolworths, police said today. The man, Larry Fanielaoo, 48, appeared In court today charged with conspiring with outers to demand money from

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Mao's nephew to be tried [ARTICLE]

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Mao's nephew to be tried MAO Zedong's nephew and 12 former senior military officers are to be tried as part of a broader puree of radicals after the sentencing of the so-callled Gang of Four, an official newspaper in north-east China reported. The late chairman's nephew Mao Yuanxin. 41, was

Moves to sabotage ban [ARTICLE]

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Moves to sabotage ban THERE have been attempts to sabotage the presidential decree banning gambling in Indonesia, a leading member of parliament said. "The government should be cautious on the ban of gambling as 1 have seen that there have been attempts to sabotage the decree on the ban or

Winter toll at $ 146 b [ARTICLE]

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Winter toll at 146 b JAPAN'S most economically damaging winter since World War n should be over soon, leaving damage worth at least US$7O.5 billion (XXXXX l billion), weathermen predicted yesterday. A government damage report released over the weekend said the heaviest snows in 18 years, from before the new

China says plans forged [ARTICLE]

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China says plans forged CHINA yesterday denounced as a forgery a document recently published by the US Congress which contained plans for world revolution alleged to have been drawn up by Mao Zedong in 1953. The official Xinhua news agency said in a dispatch from Washington that the "memorandum on

Gold below US$5OO [ARTICLE]

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Gold below US$5OO GOLD prices slumped back below US$5OO (551,040) an ounce in Europe yesterday morning. It fell in early trading one European foreign exchange dealer talked of "an extremely nervous market' but by mid-morning it regained ground. London's five bullion houses fixed the morning gold price at UXXXXX.25 a

Drug money behind ops [ARTICLE]

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Drug money behind ops CUBA'S secret service finances its Latin American operations by participating in drug traffic between that region and the United States, the Daily Telegraph reported yesterday. Most of the drugs originates in Colombia and Panama, the paper added, quoting sources in the US Drug Enforcement administration. AFP.

Pope takes unusual step [ARTICLE]

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Pope takes unusual step POPE JOHN-PAUL 11 took the unusual step yesterday of appointing as the new Archbishop of Paris a man who was only a curate two years ago before being named Bishop of Orleans the Most Reverend Jean-Marie Lustiger, 54. The choice could be controversial, said observers here,

Peru claims victory [ARTICLE]

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Peru claims victory PERU has claimed victory in its five-day border clash with Ecuador and issued a conditional cease-fire order to its troops. Ecuador denied Peru was the winner and said a ground and air battle was raging in the mountain jungle region where each country accuses the other of

Soviets blame US for terrorism [ARTICLE]

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Soviets blame US for terrorism MOSCOW, Mon. THE Soviet Union says the real terrorist power in the world toda;, is the United States, which it blames for a series of murders and crimes including the death of former Italian Premier Aldo Moro. Tass news agency says the charges by the

Prince Charles left holding the baby [ARTICLE]

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Prince Charles left holding the baby LONDON, Nil. Priaee Charles was said to be apart aver a West Oerawa awsaataw story aaettag Lady Dlaaa apeaear as aeyiag she waats to give Britals's heir lets sf pretty babies. The magaslae, called 1 Days, alas has a treat pace pietare ut Charles

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Celebrate the Lunar New Year with SPECIAL RAW FISH Traditional Cantonese dishes supervised by Hooi Kok Wai and specialities from our kitchen. ♦Hongkong Roast Chicken *Fried Deer Meat »ChilttCrab OurreetaurantwilM be closed en Feb I 4lhr7th, 1 and reopen on Feb $h tor the I Chinese t»ew Year f Inconvenience

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Big names may take on Marcos [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Big names may take on Marcos FORMER PRESIDENTS' SONS MAY CHALLENGE HIM M ANIL A, Mon POLITICAL observers here said the sons of two former Philippine presidents are the likeliest challengers to President Ferdinand Marcos in May's presidential elections. The observers said the opposition would probably choose former Senator Gerardo

Fresh row over film on Gandhi [ARTICLE]

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Fresh row over film on Gandhi NEW DELHI. Mob. How many people watched and participated in Saturday's filming of the funeral procession of the late Gandhi'' It depends on who you a*. Indian newspapers— which have often criticised the making of the movie since it was announced several months ago

Reddy's sick of politics [ARTICLE]

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Reddy's sick of politics DELHI, T*tm. ImUm PrmUtmt NeeUm SmJIv» Re«y tetfay saM he m alck «f p^lOea and will retire after bis present term eais aext year. Mr BeMy, wk* kii keea la peUtfea f»r U jears, aaM: "I am alrk «f It mw." Beater.

Search for survivors resumes [ARTICLE]

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Search for survivors resumes THE Indonesian Government has decided to resume search and rescue operations following the discovery of more survivors in the country's biggest sea disaster in which a passenger ship caught fire and sank in the Java Sea. A spokesman of the Sea Communications Department said today the

Manila probe on former Chinese schools [ARTICLE]

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Manila probe on former Chinese schools MANILA. Mon. The Philippine government today sent teams of officials into former Chinese schools throughout the country to probe allegations that they are breaking the law by not giving up their Chinese bias. Some 40 schools in Manila were being investigated by the Education

24 years for recruiting Filipinos [ARTICLE]

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24 years for recruiting Filipinos MANILA, Mon. A Filipino woman has been sentenced to 24 years' imprisonment for illegally recruiting overseas workers for Saudi Arabia. Judge Fidel Purisima said in sentencing Mely Ye aaco that the government hau recently classified illegal recruitment as economic sabotage. Some 100,000 Filipino worker* are

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Getting to the heart of the matter... [ARTICLE]

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Getting to the heart of the matter... THE primary function of the heart is to serve as a muscular pump propelling blood into and through vessels to and from all parts of the body. The heart and all the blood vessels make up the circulatory system However, although the heart

Decision to put off op shows Hussein's condition not critical [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Decision to put off op shows Hussein's condition not critical LAST December In Lnd*a, Datoh HmmIi had what Is called a est*I nary aaglognun teat which stowed that Ike i Prime Mlakrter wnM heaeflt trtn a nrmry Pteetmg the tact* together, it dtm appear i that Datak Hassela wMted U

Coronary artery disease: The causes [ARTICLE]

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Coronary artery disease: The causes CORONARYatherosclerosis is a slow process that can go on for years without causing any symptoms. It is the building of fatty (lipid) deposits along the inner walls of the arteries to the heart thereby gradually narrowing the channels. The fatty build-up reduces the flow of

MAN IN THE NEWS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MAN IN THE NEWS patient, the characteristics of his affliction and the strength of his heart's pumping action. Where resort to the operation has been to save a life, it has not been notably successful. In such cases, extensive areas of the heart have been so scarred that they have

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Serious accidents: Police to press for stiff penalties [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Serious accidents: Police to press for stiff penalties M G KUTTY, By Cnme Dest THE Traffic Police will I press for stiffer sen- tenets on motorists convicted of causing fatal or serious road acci--dents If the Traffic Police have their way, such road offenders will face longer •jail terms, higher

For prayers [ARTICLE]

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For prayers BHAJAN (prayer service) will be held at the Sri Rama Temple in Changi Village on Thursday tram 10 a.m. to 7.30 p.m. Lunch will be served

Hand in dress pocket... [ARTICLE]

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Hand in dress pocket... FACTORY worker Cheong Yok Ying, 33. was fined $2,000 for picking the pocket of another factory worker at the Tiong Bahru Market on Sunday. She admitted stealing $182 from Miss Koh Hock Hiat, 31, who was at the market with her mother and sister. Miss Koh

ACCIDENT HAZAND AREAS (JAN-DEC 1980) [ARTICLE]

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ACCIDENT HAZAND AREAS (JAN-DEC 1980) X r Slight Accident black spots Total r Night Upper Serangoon Road 82 43 150 Woodlands Road 78 28 130 Jalan Bukit Merah 88 34 124 Bukit Timah Road 88 25 108 Upper Bukit Timah Road 82 27 104 Choa Chu Kang Road 48 30

Gift of sight from -Lanka [ARTICLE]

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Gift of sight from -Lanka- AN EYE tt farmer Sri Laakaa Prtatleat William Gepallawa, wkt died last Friday, wma used yesterday far ear- 6* graftlag aa elderly fiia.pinn.1 It ni ftawa la ea Satarday al«Bt aad wy Mat la eye iraeaa Dr Bakert Uk, wkakad aMde a aaecaal reaaest to

Sub-contractor dies as car rams tree [ARTICLE]

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Sub-contractor dies as car rams tree A 33- YEAR-OLD subcontractor, Mr Ng Bock Teck. died when his car went went out of control and crashed Into a tree at Track 22, Jurong Road, at 12.35 a.m. yesterday. In another accident at 2.50 p.m. on Sunday, a motorcyclist, Mr Mohamed Sa'at

DBS may be first with quality control circles [ARTICLE]

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DBS may be first with quality control circles THE Development Bank of Singapore is likely to become the first Singapore bank to adopt quality control circles, it has been learnt. QC circles are small groups of people doing similar work who voluntarily meet regularly to identify and analyse causes of

Officer's gun turns up in fruit seller's car [ARTICLE]

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Officer's gun turns up in fruit seller's car PAUL WEE, By Crime Desk POLICE have started probing the case of a senior customs officer's service revolver which disappeared last Saturday and was found hours later by a woman fruit-seller. Sources said yesterday that the gun, a .38 Smith and Wesson

18 months and cane for $340 robbery [ARTICLE]

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18 months and cane for $340 robbery TAY Kwang Heng, 23. unemployed was jailed for 18 months and ordered to be given six strokes of the cane a.ter he pleaded guilty in a district court yesterday to robbing a technician at the Old Aiport Road hawker's centre last Thursday. Asst

Canteen theft charge [ARTICLE]

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Canteen theft charge RAHIM bin Alias was yesterday charged with housebreak ing and theft of cigarettes worth $1,000, and chocolates. beer and some coins from worth CS from Mr Loos Sing Huan at the Yi Lung Theatre canteen in Dover Road on July 14 last year. He was ordered to

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Just 40 minutes FROM CHANGI AIRPORT TO JERONG ON PIE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Just 40 minutes FROM CHANGI AIRPORT TO JERONG ON PIE EDMUND TEO. transport Reporter By minutes flat. That was all it took me to cet from Changi Air■ort to Jurong on the Pan Island Expressway yesterday. nothing else, it Bbvcd beyond any doubt Vat you can easily travel Ktmtn the

That co-op election [ARTICLE]

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That co-op election IN AN article in The Straits Times on Jan 13, headlined "Null and void order sought" we reported a Ministry of Social Affairs' inquiry into the charge that the election of the Singapore Mercantile Cooperative Thrift and Loan Society's management committee was Invalid. The report was based

Car plunge: Two better [ARTICLE]

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Car plunge: Two better THE tw» DMfle wfc* were tajarad wtM tadr ear fell tram the :*vta storey Ike Famr Out ear park Suday were yesterday ree«vertag Is boajiiUl. Raa\fliaWMMUn&Jl llf It JM slsT Chen Swag. 41, sad Mlsa Cbee Un Fm, M, were said to be bnpravlag aad •re

'Coloured powder mixed with tea [ARTICLE]

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'Coloured powder mixed with tea TEA leaves mixed with coloured tea powder have been found on sale in the market. The sale of this powder is prohi bited under the Singapore Food Regulations, Wi. The chairman of the Singapore Tea Importing and Exporting Association, Mr Ng Boon Leone, said a

On horoscope [ARTICLE]

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On horoscope THE significance of the animals in the Chinese horoscope is the title of a talk by Mr C K Tseng at tomorrow's Rotary Club luncheon at the Mandarin Hotel at 12.30 p.m.

Secondary education for deaf is top priority [ARTICLE]

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Secondary education for deaf is top priority EDUCATION of deaf children in Singapore need no longer end at primary level. Provision of secondary or vocational education is a priority plan of the Singapore Association for the Deaf, which runs the Singapore School for the Deaf. Writing in the first February

RELC to offer PhD courses under its new plan [ARTICLE]

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RELC to offer PhD courses under its new plan POST-GRADUATE programmes at the Regional I Language Centre (RELC) will be extended to PhD level as part of the efforts to upgrade the quality of its research projects under its third five-year plan. Besides this, the centre's blueprint for the period

lstana grounds open [ARTICLE]

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lstana grounds open THE Lstana grounds will be open to the public on Friday from 8 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. for the Chinese New Year. The public is reminded to help keep the grounds free of litter. Public health inspectors will be on duty.

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High interest rates take heat off property mart [ARTICLE]

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High interest rates take heat off property mart SOH TIANG KENG, By Business reporter SINGAPORE'S property market, which rode the crest of a dizzy boom last year, is now taking a breather. Real estate valuers said yesterday that prices of residential and commercial housing have stopped soaring since the beginning

SIA careers [ARTICLE]

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SIA careers NATIONAL Library will bold a talk-cum-dideshow on Careers in SIA on Feb 21 at 2.30 Ipm in its lecture hall in Stamford Road. Mr Siraj de Silva of SlA's development section will discuss career prospects (or young people in the national airline.

Naval men who had robbery on their minds [ARTICLE]

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Naval men who had robbery on their minds TWO members of the Singapore Navy, each with a loaded revolver, were contemplating robbery in East Coast Park one night when a police foot patrol stopped them for a routine check. When the police wanted to search one of them, Staff Sgt

Driver slain in Jurong [ARTICLE]

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Driver slain in Jurong A MALAYSIAN mini-bus I driver was found battered I to death at the reclaimed land near the coast in Pioneer Sector One, in Jurong, on Sunday. Police, who identified him as Mr Rathinam Krishnan. of Masai. Jo hore, said his head had been beaten with a

Sungei Kadut rental way below open market rate [ARTICLE]

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Sungei Kadut rental way below open market rate THE Jurong Town Corporation yesterday explained that the 50 per cent increase in annual lease rentals for wood-based factories at Sungei Kadut industrial estate was based on the high open market value of land over I the last five years. "Private industrial

'Thanks and pardon us' [ARTICLE]

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'Thanks and pardon us' SINGAPORE Justice Party chairman. Mr A R Suib and secretary general. Mr M Ramasamy. in a press release yesterday expressed their thanks to their voters in West Coast and Ayer Rajah. They also asked (or pardon of all those they may have offended, harmed or scandalised

Drug charge [ARTICLE]

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Drug charge TAN KEE Chye. 20. was fined $500 for having 0.24 g of heroin at the Woodlands Checkpoint on Jan 18 He pleaded guilty

Wet days in next fortnight [ARTICLE]

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Wet days in next fortnight SINGAPORE is likely to have thundery showers for six or seven days in the next two weeks, the Meteorological Service said yesterday. The showers, mainly in the afternoons, are expected to be widespread on about three days, and caused by the moderate North-east Monsoon. Rainfall

$1000 fine for snatching [ARTICLE]

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$1000 fine for snatching A MALAYSIAN, Wong Yap Toot. 17, Jobless, was iaDed for a day and fined $1,000 for snatching an Indonesian woman's handbag He admitted stealing cash and goods totalling $473.74 from Mrs Lusiana Budiman. 34, at the car park in front of John Little's Supa Save Supermarket

Pond fishing [ARTICLE]

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Pond fishing IF YOU fancy pond fishing, then contact the Bukit Merah North community centre at telephone XXXXX06 between 3 and 7 p.m. The centre is holding a pond fishing competition on Feb 15 at the Tampines Chuan Lee Fishing Pood.

Meng Keh drums up an Australian scholarship [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Meng Keh drums up an Australian scholarship CYNTHIA WEE By UM MENG KEH 4m« Mt awa m dram er a aet af cymbals tat be I* toned ip far a career aa prrrasstoalst with the Slncapare Symphaay lim, 8, leave* tbJa Su4a> far Melbearae, Australia, aa a threeyear scholarship aa

Indian trade fair at WTC [ARTICLE]

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Indian trade fair at WTC "INDIA 81", an exclusive Indian trade exhibition, will be held from Mar 26 to April 5 at the World Trade Centre. About TO Indian industrial and trading firms will display items ranging from heavy and light engineering to chemical products, textiles and handicraft.

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Liberal air pact signed with Malta [ARTICLE]

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Liberal air pact signed with Malta SINGAPORE and the Republic ol Malta last week initialled a bilateral ir services agreement giving Singapore Airlines full nghts to fly to Malta via any city and onwards to Europe. There is also no restriction on the number of services to or via Malta.

PUSHER GETS CANE AND SIX YEARS [ARTICLE]

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PUSHER GETS CANE AND SIX YEARS AN UNEMPLOYED man was yesterday jailed f or six yean and ordered to be given six strokes of the cane for drug trafficking. Low Mul Chua729. pleaded guilty in a district court to trafficking in 0.02 gm of diamorphine at New Market Road on

Counting up the computers... [ARTICLE]

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Counting up the computers... SOME 241 establishments in Singapore installed 301 computers by the end of 1979. This is one finding of a Ministry of Science and Technology survey carried out last year on computer installations and their use. A ministry statement said yesterday the computers installed ranged from 2

Witch-hunt to clean up rivers of S'pore [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Witch-hunt to clean up rivers of S'pore GOH LEE KHUAN By THE wator witches IK CMBIBg tw» them, and they'll make qalrk nMh at nhWsa left la the StafTipxiT River and other riven here. Time are a« wtaeate* •Id »•■<>■ la Mark •alatod hate aa* gar* ud whea they arrive,

Modest rise in cost of repairing ships here [ARTICLE]

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Modest rise in cost of repairing ships here THE rate of increase in shiprepair costs in Singapore from 1979 to 1960 was the second lowest among major shiprepairing countries in the world. From August 1979 to August 1980. shiprepair costs in Singapore rose by a modest 2 per cent (behind

Man who settled down with forged I-C [ARTICLE]

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Man who settled down with forged I-C AN ILLEGAL Immigrant came here, married and i settled down until the Uw caught up with him re- cently. Masroon bio Muskin. 35. a dtorict court beard, bought I a Singapore identity card in 1972 and replaced the owner's photograph with his own

Water sports courses [ARTICLE]

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Water sports courses THE Brat Basal) community centre youth group will coodud counts on photography, swimming, life-caving, canoeing and saoricelliiig toon. For detail*, ring 338ZS1 or ■Ml

For blind [ARTICLE]

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For blind MR YEO T1AM SIEW. past preodent of the Singapore As■ociation lor the Blind. wiU present hong tmo (an> powi) to children <rf the School (or the Blind tomorrow at the school premises at 9 X am

Calling all shutterbugs [ARTICLE]

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Calling all shutterbugs WHETHER amateur or tunfrstionil, try and guage your standard against other enthusiasts in a Pnoto contest open to photographers in Asia and the Pacific The contest, the sixth organised on an annual basis by the Asian Cultural Centre for Uneaco. Tokyo, aims to increase understanding and friendship

First aid courses for NTUC members [ARTICLE]

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First aid courses for NTUC members THE National Trades Union Congress is for the first time organising first aid courses for its members, in a joint project with the St John Ambulance Association. Explaining the need for such a course, the Presi- 1 dent of the St John Ambu- lance

$1m cheat bid: Ex-cop claims trial [ARTICLE]

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$1m cheat bid: Ex-cop claims trial FORMER police inspector Sim Kok Wah. 35. yesterday claimed trial to three charges of attempting to cheat a man of $1.15 million. Sim, represented by Mr Denis Tan, is alleged to have tried to cheat Mr Tay Seng Cheong by impersonating a Special Branch

Gold mart [ARTICLE]

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Gold mart MR LEONG TUM FOOK development manager with Green A Collier Bullion will talk on Cold Futures Markets a: Toa Payoh Branch Library on hX> IS at 7 30 p.m.

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Wishing All a Happy Prosperous Chinese New Year Both restaurants will be closed on Wednesday, 4th February and Thursday, 5 th February 1981. Business will resume on Friday, 6th February 1981. We regret any inconvenience caused. As from 6th to 19th February, Yu Sheng (Raw fish) rlk4?r 1k4? is available

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Now I walk the path of God, says Samad [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Now I walk the path of God, says Samad I AM Abdul Samad 9 Ismail. Before my detention on 22 June 76, I was employed in the New Straits Times as managing editor. Let me state at the outset that this statement is voluntary and that I was neither coerced

Flashback to The Straits Times Page 1 of Sept 3,1976 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Flashback to The Straits Times Page 1 of Sept 3, 1976 SAMAD Ismail was arrested oa Jaae 8, in*, aad oa Bept lfM, he appeared oa Malaysian televtioa confessing that he waa m cwmmualst aad that his party aasao was Zaiaal. This Immediately evoked aaeiies If It was Mr Samad

''The communist system means only enslavement' [ARTICLE]

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''The communist system means only enslavement' I WAS one of the founders of the People's W Action Party, workinf to eMin that It served the cause of the Commnlst Uilted Front, taking my orders from a communist leader, Abdullah Sndln, la ludoaeria. The OMnouWi were not Interested In a self-governing,

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Husseintakes things easy in London [ARTICLE]

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Husseintakes things easy in London LONDON. Mon Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Hussein Onn was reported to be resting comfortably today after arriving here for a heart operation. Some diplomats and government officials in Kuala Lumpur said his Illness could end in his h» ruling over his government to the present

Info sought on dead Briton [ARTICLE]

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Info sought on dead Briton JOHORE BARU, Man. Police are appealing to the public who Knew British naval architect Douglas Ronald Hurst to help In their Investigations following the discovery of a body in a hotel's septic tank here on Saturday night. They have tentatively identified the body as that

Defence to get $10b under Fourth Plan [ARTICLE]

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Defence to get $10b under Fourth Plan KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. Expense (or security and strengthening of defence capabilities will cut a large chunk off the outlay of the Fourth Malaysia Plan likely to be launched next month, it was reported here yesterday. A quarter of the total expenditure of $40

Steel price up [ARTICLE]

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Steel price up KUALA LUMPUR, Moo. The price of steel bars went up by an average of 181 today, flic Trade and Industry Mintotry said In a statement yesterday that the new price* should not result la a spiral of house prices a* rted bars accounted for a very mi

Driver sues RIMV for harassment [ARTICLE]

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Driver sues RIMV for harassment JOHORE BARU, Monday A MOTORIST has filed a suit against the RIMY Director and the Malaysian government for abuse of power, harassment and intimidation. In his affidavit. Mr Lav Tian Hui said he was driving along Jalan Scudai on Nov 1 last year, when he

Killer crash [ARTICLE]

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Killer crash KANGAR (Perlto). Moo A member of the Special Ami SmuqftW Unit wu killed and two ottcn injured when their armoured or overturned and crasted Dear here yesterday. -NST.

Two die in quarrel

Detainee in hospital [ARTICLE]

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Detainee in hospital PABTAI Socialis Rakyat chairman Kassim Ahmad, a former economics lecturer, was admitted to hospital with an eye injury after a fellow detainee allegedly punched him at the political detention camp in Kamunting, Taiping, a few days ago. He has been In detention for the last five years.

Planter's son shot in leg [ARTICLE]

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Planter's son shot in leg A PLANTER'S 17-year-old son was shot in the right leg when four men one armed with a pistol tried to kidnap him in front of his house in Seremban on Saturday. The boy has been admitted to hospital where his condition is said to be

13 padlocks were no help [ARTICLE]

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13 padlocks were no help THIEVES cut through 13 padlocks and took more than $20,000 worth of liquor and cigarettes from a Port KLang shop on Saturday. Mr Lim Yong Yong, the shop's owner, said it was the eighth time the shop was broken into in the last six years.

Flight in nighties [ARTICLE]

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Flight in nighties TEN waitresses ran out in their nighties when tire broke out at the Paris Bar in Seremban at 2.30 a.m. yesterday. They scrambled out of their first-floor rooms as thick smoke billowed In from the bar on the ground floor, which was gutted. NST.

Ipoh magistrate turns over ex-SBS driver [ARTICLE]

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Ipoh magistrate turns over ex-SBS driver IPOH, M*a. Mac**trate Bin Slash t*«»y wteci iMk nrflut Hm Wai Sea, 46, U be aaaded to ta* Sagapaw ■■lee aai wlU imh \m m Slmnftr etin 9i*4mem4My. Mr On HUgfc ma4r the >r<>r dartm« aa fiztrm^lUaa urw«4lMx by totoethw itattM bj. specter LJaaal

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Bringing Up Father By BUI Kavanagh Hal Camp -YVHEK THE PAT \auD HE I WOW/ WHAT V I KTMOW HOW I j/MASeiE/- THAT'S NOT LfTTLE MAK WNKED 1 WENT A SHINER J MXI (5OT THAT I I A KJ ICE THING TO CALL j AT ME, I HIT HIM WITH

The Straits Times TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3,1961 NEW LEADERS? [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3,1961 NEW LEADERS? THE Chinese support it, Asean countries prefer it and some non-communist leaders of Kampuchean resistance forces appear to welcome it. The proposed power shift from the Democratic Kampuchea regime resulting in an united front under the non-communist leadership of either ex-Premier Son

EYEING THE PROBLEM [ARTICLE]

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EYEING THE PROBLEM THERE'S yet another shortage of expertise in town and this time it's eye doctors we need. In pointing this out, the Permanent Secretary (Health), Dr Andrew Chew, is highlighting a recurrent problem in manpower planning. At some time or other, there have been shortages of engineers, iftngHgh

Towards a mutually beneficial tie-up between business and the academic world [ARTICLE]

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Towards a mutually beneficial tie-up between business and the academic world JACQUES C AMBRIA By 6 Transnational corporations by their presence in Singapore have recognised the energy and openness of our people. These corporations might well be persuaded to enter joint ventures with Singapore's technical schools and institutions of higher

Lesson from China: Bankruptcy in technology [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Lesson from China: Bankruptcy in technology EDWARD TELLER By CHINESE civilisation was the first to make really massive progress in technology. It developed printing, gunpowder, and rockets. In AD 600, a thousand years before a similar engineering feat was attempted elsewhere, the Chinese built a link between north and south

ASEAN NOTES

Indonesia's massive investment in gold [ARTICLE]

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Indonesia's massive investment in gold JAKARTA Indonesia has bought about 1.8 million ounces of gold on the world market in the past year one of the largest annual sums ever spent on foreign purchases of gold by any central bank. At current prices, Indonesia's purchases from February to December last

Some slippery suggestions for your meal [ARTICLE]

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Some slippery suggestions for your meal HOW about fried fresh eel for dinner tonight? Or pepes belut (steamed eel wrapped in banana leaves with spices)? These and several other innovative culinary delicacies are suggested in a pamphlet on the eel circulated in the Third Asian Congress on Nutrition held nere

An introduction to US business school teaching techniques [ARTICLE]

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An introduction to US business school teaching techniques BARNABY FEDER By in Now York LAST spring. China invited a team of professors from American business schools, sponsored by the United States Department of Commerce, to inaugurate its new national centre for industrial science and technologymanagement at the north-eastern industrial port

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The headphone way to end this din from record shops... [LETTER]

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The headphone way to end this din from record shops... IT IS indeed ironical that while certain authorities in Singapore are trying to reduce and control pollution to the atmosphere and water, the authorities controlling radio shops, record shops and cassette shops have turned a deaf ear to the unnecessary

Cassette vendors ply their ware at full blast [LETTER]

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Cassette vendors ply their ware at full blast rHOIt.H a little hank •a aa eveat aipylan •aly umcr la a M*r the tea* liamV by tfct > H»t* jllJHHltll lag tVr TteaJpaaam ■nraialii to jM«e4 la rwMi| fmiytom aari Bator paUatlaa. What me to that If the patkv to m

Noise pollution corn-pounded! [LETTER]

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Noise pollution corn-pounded! I AGREE fully with •■Cancerian" and "S'porean (ST, Jan 10) that we should give due consideration to the lower floor neighbours in whatever we do. Hanging out wet clothing is Just one incident and it defintely will further foster neifhbourliness if everyone could just drip-dry clothes before

Spit will cost $150 [LETTER]

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Spit will cost $150 SlIHtot I* pMt |«a IlillKhcbM ■Mm 4* kl a«ai> Tito Ikr Ka><na «•■> paa^a Ma* I*Ail MB^^f •••#>«• b> tta Mlalalr; •< t«. fcnlimmi HW kl TW %Wk TlBW )HIII i.|liWn al tm aMxr ih. pntka It "M nmm*~ b liyX w M tkr m.trl, H»rr

Preserving the air that we breathe in [LETTER]

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Preserving the air that we breathe in I SUPPORT whole-heart-edly the views of "Concerned Singaporean" (ST, Jan 12) on spitting It is preposterous that people get fined (or throwing away relatively aseptic bus tickets while others who pollute the streets with germ-ladden spittle get away scot-free. Another inconsiderate and anti-social

We'll keep watch [LETTER]

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We'll keep watch WE REFER to "Cwent4 Stagaaarcaa'i" letter (ST, Jaa It) m tar habit Wr anet witk the o«m pialaaat tkftt tplttUi to a verv ukyclcalr iri udSplttUg Ml in ftnri *r la aa> pahtte plaee Is aa •flrwr aader the EavlraaroratmJ PaMIe Health Act. Aayaa* faaad gailty af

It's time for such a campaign [LETTER]

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It's time for such a campaign ACCORDING to a spokesman from the Ministry of the Environment, spitting is not a rampant habit in Singapore yet (NN, Jan 13). Being a conscious observer of healthy habits and courtesy in Singapore, I can say however, without doubt, that spitting is definitely on

A delightful visit marred by this [LETTER]

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A delightful visit marred by this AFTER 10 delightful days in your city we leave with strong impressions of Singapore. The challenge of shopping, the excellent hotel service, the cool effect of the lovely trees to offset the heat, and the cheap travel facilties are definitely "plus" factors. The efforts

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Brickbat instead of thanks from driver told he was going wrong way [LETTER + ILLUSTRATION]

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Brickbat instead of thanks from driver told he was going wrong way ON DEC 12. at about 6.30 p.m. (while it was still daylight), I was driving along Marshall Road from East Coast Road towards Fowlie Road. As I had intended to turn right at the Marshall Fowlie roads intersection,

Residential qualification not the only criterion [LETTER]

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Residential qualification not the only criterion I REFER to the letter "We've been permanent residents for 17 years" (ST, Jan 19) by "Frustrated." Residential Qualification is not the only criterion for the grant of Singapore citizenship. I invite your correspondent to call on me at this registry so that I

That licence fee hike [LETTER]

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That licence fee hike I REFER to "Overtaxed Motorist's" letter (ST, Jan 27) regarding unjustified fee hike in international driving licence. We wish to point out that the International Driving Licence is only meant to be used for those who intend to drive outside Singapore in countries which have signed

Thanks for gestures [LETTER]

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Thanks for gestures WE ARE pleased to know that "Grateful User" (ST, Jan 7) and "Bookworm" (ST, Jan 16) would like to donate their $5 deposit to the National Library. Readers are welcome to donate their deposits and are requested to inform the library of their intention to do so

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TIMES CITY DESK

SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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SCOREBOARD Closing tone: Firm 1 Turnover: Official figures supplied by 1 the Stock Exchange o( Singapore including odd lot* "Ready" totalled 16.XXXXX0, units valued at $82,428,000. Industrials accounted for 8.972.000, finance 2.623.000. hotels 1.384.000. proper ties 2,419.000, debentures, loans and bonds 215.000. plantations 763.000. minings 87.000. "Settlement" contracts totalled: 523.000

CLOSING PRICES SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES THE Imi Ira— i Mil n*t> al U» ciar al mi ia* SMC* Earkaafr ot Sy port ymc^^Ky rompwd with tfcv preprints «v> pr*»» miUai »Kk ta» Mi Nfk and M Ad)—nHor«-n» n|ta law IWOIWI Last Hick 1.».w <.-p..> Sal* or<ii rn>\ "\t iMHSTim roMMuriAi TO 24» Arau

BUSINESS DONE (Singapore) [ARTICLE]

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BUSINESS DONE (Singapore) BID aad offer price* officially bated and I«iiiii in an reported to the Stork Exrnuge of < iaan|in< yesterday with the ausaber of shares traded shown in brackets ta Ms of 1.080 aatta aastas otharwasr apacifled All Than Senleaseat Contract* are quoted after the word "srtt" Bw

Unit trusts [ARTICLE]

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Unit trusts BWOAPOKS UNIT TsUWT (tatssstany artraa tar rVs JIJ I The Comincm 1.(2 3.11 TV Savings Fund 213 2 24 S por» Pro* Fund IM 1 62 Spore S«c Fund IS 2 45 S pore Invwt Fund 114 IS Spore Equity Fuad 1 45 1 S2 ASUUNITTmUBT (Msaatirs 1

CHIEF PRICE CHANGES

Rises [ARTICLE]

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Rises *Umm Corp* 2170 +180 Mil 1680+150 O C B C 1300 120 1'IC 950 +X, Slr.il. Trading 1380 +90 Aver Hilam Rub MO +90 LOB 550 50 Hoi| Leong lad «75 +4S M Banking 1820 +40 llrnunl.i 1370 +40 PMC 1220+40 Spore Land 825 +40 Kxk 8«m( 444 +38

Falls [ARTICLE]

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Falls Mefa Chn 340 P.r.mounl Corpa 73S -20 Mine Court **> -20 S P P L 2TS -17 Orieatal HM(> *"> >5 C Prop»rti« 535 -15

Most active stocks [ARTICLE]

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Most active stocks Hawl'ir 1.250.000 UOB 988.000 Faber Merlin 931.000 UOL 727.000 Total turnover 16 99m Total value: SK 48m

Indices [ARTICLE]

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Indices Jan 30 Feb 2 BTIndicator XXXXXXXXXX72 61 Industrials: 732.00 744.50 Finance: 1430.80 1467 46 Hotels: XXXXX XXXXX6 Propertkw: 710.37 726.21 Minings: 418.79 419 61 Plantations 912.07 920.07 OCBC: 727.79 754.84 SESInd: XXXXX 686 34

OVERSEAS MARKETS

H'kong [ARTICLE]

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H'kong HONGKONG: Stocks closed mostly higher la active trading yesterday, with the Hang Seng index adding 20.62 points 'o 1608 70. dealers said. Investors were unperturbed by continuing (alls in the gold price and the value of the Hongkong dollar and were encouraged by Citibank's decision on Friday to cut

Tokyo [ARTICLE]

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Tokyo TOKYO: Share prices rose sharply yesterday, on selective buying in blue chips with the Dow Jones average closing at an all-time high of 7322.06, up 37.91 points, dealers said. The previous peak was 7315.33 on January 21. Trading, however, remained light in the absence of fresh incentives after the

Sydney [ARTICLE]

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Sydney SYDNEY: BHP's AJ335 million rights issue continued to weigh heavily on the market yesterday, as both the stock and the All-Ordinaries index fell to their lowest levels In months, brokers said. BHP closed 70 cents down at an eight-month low of $13 80. down tl 15 since the one-for-eight

Produce prices [ARTICLE]

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Produce prices CHINE8E Pradaee Exchange, Stagapwf, riwlBg prtem per lit kg yeaterrfay. CnmI all: Bulk fob {129.00 sellers, old drum (in second hand drum) fob $139 00 sellers, new drum fob $145.00 sellers. Capm: Mixed (loose) $79.00 buyers. Pepper: Muntok white pepper fob Asta NLW $432.50 sell era, Sarawak white

GOLD [ARTICLE]

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GOLD THE KILOBAR market for gold deliverable in Singapore opened at $33,606 and closed at $33,843 yesterday. In the Far East, gold opened at US$49B 50 500.50 and closed at $495 00 496.50 for lunch. It reopened at $496 00 498.00 before closing slightly firmer at $502.50 505.50. Gold was

Mega Chem result [ARTICLE]

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Mega Chem result MEGA Chemicals Berhad announced an unaudited group pre-tax loss of MJ15.000 (profit $242,000). for the six months ended October 31, on a turnover of 12.66 million ($3.26 million) The parent company's pretax loss was $17,000 (profit $179,000) The company said group earnings for the full year are

Index takes another big leap [ARTICLE]

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Index takes another big leap ON THE back af last week's bwlllsastreak, the Stagapare stock market gat all to a rearing start yesteraay as eager bayers kept ap the preasare aa share prices. With Jast 1 days to go befare the Lunar New Year, exritemeat raa high amaag Investors as

KLSE [ARTICLE]

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KLSE THE Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange was closed yesterday Federal Territory Day.

KL Kepong 1-for 1 bonus [ARTICLE]

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KL Kepong 1-for 1 bonus KUALA LUMPUR Kepong Berhad said it pr opuses a bonus issue of one-for-one, doubling its issued capital to 335 million shares of $1 each. The company has also declared a final dividend of 15 per cent gross, (same), for the year ended September 30. payable

Money and exchanges [ARTICLE]

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Money and exchanges THE US Sing dollar opening almost a cent higher at j $2.0865 75, attracted active selling which brought it to a low of $2.0740 before it finally closed at $2.0760 70 in the Singapore forex market yesterday. The US dollar opened firmly in the morning but plunged

NOMINAL RATES [ARTICLE]

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NOMINAL RATES INTERBANK rates at 3.00 pm: CwwMctes Momma! ratoc SMMlMontefi Pwcswlm* LacaJ itolUra to mk ■alt af tarHgm ear- reaey: US dollar 2.0760 2.0770 2.8196 -26.37 Sterling pound 4 9380 4.9425 7 3469 -32.79 Australian dollar 2.4190 2.4215 3.4286 -29.44 NZ dollar 1.9620 1.9645 3.4286 -42.63 Canadian dollar 1.7375

COMMODITIES

STRAITS TIN [ARTICLE]

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STRAITS TIN THE STRAITS tin price fell 15 cents to $30.45 per kilo in Penang yesterday, on a turnover up 38.74 tonnes to 231 tonnes.

RUBBER [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES in the Singapore rubber market closed quiet yesterday, with February RSS One buyers quoted at 284.25 cents per kilo, unchanged on last Friday's close, dealers said. The morning market had closed 0.50 cent firmer compared with last Friday's close on steadier London advices in quiet trading, they said.

SSR PRICES [ARTICLE]

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SSR PRICES M X IN SSK ,HKm vxurdav ■AS Fttnui M.rrk II «rr..l Will ir.rw.rd Mtkl B«y»r» 8«ll«r« B«t rrs H*U«r« SBK» il Klk 2«HI 247MN 2UOO XXXXXN SMiO lluaij^ilMl .'4.1 (HI MtKS 244 SO 24t.S«N ifkHUMIMIMMH

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES Rubber Feb 2 I a'agapore: I ooTX i. e5."e5." (unchanged) Malaysia: February: <c!2i*2> Tln: M 530.45 edPPr« r »»"> (down 15 cents) Official offering: j 231 tonnes (up 38.74 tonnes) The morning session cloed very quiet. KUALA LUMPUB: The Malaysian rubber market was closed yesterday.

M Tin plans to merge with MMC [ARTICLE]

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M Tin plans to merge with MMC MALAYAN Tin Dredging (MTD) has given notice of proposals to merge with Malaysia Mining Corporation (MMC) in what is seen as a major streamlining move which will result in MTD becoming a mammoth tin company la a very late and brief announcement last

Hume (FE) highly rated by Laurence, Prust [ARTICLE]

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Hume (FE) highly rated by Laurence, Prust LONDON stockbroking firm t Laurence, Prust and Company has singled out Hume (Far East) as an attractive investment in view of its better earnings prospects in the current year. It has forecast the company's net profit to improve by 14 per cent to

MMC to prospect for tin in Negri Sembilan [ARTICLE]

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MMC to prospect for tin in Negri Sembilan THE Negri Sembilan state government and the Malaysia Mining Corporation (MMC) will form a joint-venture company to undertake tin exploration in the state. Under the agreement signed, last week in Seremban, potential areas will be explored to determine the quantity of tin

No relisting unless Bovis furnishes information sought [ARTICLE]

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No relisting unless Bovis furnishes information sought BOVIS SEA's appeal for the lifting of the suspension in the trading of its shares has come up against strong resistance. The company must first supply the information the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange seeks following the recent announcement of plans to acquire Promet

Hong Leong Industries unveils expansion plan [ARTICLE]

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Hong Leong Industries unveils expansion plan HONG Leong Industries (HLI) has unveiled its diver sifk-atioo and expansion programme which will take it in the next few years even deeper into constructionrelated areas and enhance its role as the manufacturing arm of the group in Malaysia. The programme includes investments in

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jtc n Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the posts of SENIOR LE6AL OFFICER/LEGAL OFFICER The iob requires the institution of legal actions and the supervision of administration in connection \ayth industrial land and other properties allocated by the Corporation The position also coMs for the provision of

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A Public Organisation requires: RESEARCH OFFICER Graduate preferably with Economics background Some experience and knowledge in Shipping and flair for writing will be an advantage Must be self-motivated and able to work independently Remuneration will commensurate with experience and qualifications Please apply in own handwriting with full particulars of qualifications,

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NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that. I Mr. TAY TEAW SENO of 314 E. Blk. 30. Telok Blangah Rise, Singapore (0409), have applied for a First Class. Beer House licence In respect of premises at M/S Mlka Food, 244 Jalan Besar, Singapore (0620), and that this application will be heard

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Prime lending rates THE average rate at wfcicfc maj*r Slagaawe aaaks are earreaUy prepared to lead to tketr brat (-■stonier* b 14.$ prr crmt. J

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W Fixed Deposits _j 1 month 12%% pa (Minimum S$tO,OOO) /vr 2 months* 111/2% pa2 1 /2% pa 3 months* 12% pa. 6 months' 11%%pia 9 months 11% pa. 12 months* 10%% pa "(Minimum 552, 500) 1^ For rates on Ssloo,ooo and over, call XXXXX15^1 s^Bck^tk^HtoM p >**if 1 1

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ANNOUNCEMENT CHANGE OF COMPANY NAME Central Securities (Holdings) Berhad has pleasure in announcing its change of name, with effect from January 21, 1981 to GANDA HOLDINGS BERHAD Our Registered Office and telephone numbers remain unchanged. IPUBUC WOtKS Off AKTMENT KNINSULMt MALAYSIA, T£NO€« NOIrCt KEGtONAI WATER SUPfIY SCHEME KM TOWNS 16.

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II Emptoyment ||A| A large International Group ol Companies is expending taat and requires a CONFIDENTIAL CLERK/TYPIST Tha Job: c General typing duties Including audio typing. c Piling c General clerical duties J The Person: c Singapore Citizen above I 18 years of age. I c Minimum OCE 'O' level

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II t~iia.il aaanl H/jK ii ciaisasjTsnjßsssjn Va% J IT 46 Situations Vacant b) SecretsrimJV Clerlcml FEMALE CLERK REOUSRED ur Itently Please call XXXXX ft to arrange' for an Interview FEMALE CLERK REQUIRED. Age 18 years and above Singapore ciliten minimum OCI O level wiih credit in t.ngllsh Typing essential knowledge

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"I aaaX II f ItMsaWfe WafVaßSßVfi 111 'A* _JTT "ski An American Satamic Company re- quire. A well established Inter- I national Group of I male trainee Companies with manu- II O"*"** cossputer operator Kftt^ s Ir^aCßtX ambitious young men/ I ladles as: Applicant with ur without experience must complete

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r jiM aataaal BaaaaV I <Bollei| 0 (Jurong) HITACHI CHEMICAL (S) PTE LTO Invites applications for: M B EDOK SOUTH ROAO. MECHANICAL <IM6) MAINTENANCE requires TECHNICIANS MALE/FEMALE a Minimum Trade Cer- PRODUCTION tlflcate with at least 2 WORKERS years experience In i maintenance and re- Qualificationa Knowledge Of hy- I

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II Emptoyment fi 1 JAPANESE COMPANY HAS with 2n. x|>ti ence Sl* Interested ca iSinK.ipum l't. Ltd i 612 Blk 2. PSA Mvii Caaasasm. Pasti Paajang I I Japanaaa manufacturing company offering good opportunity to selected mala canoicatea to work and at tha same tune, laarn and develop a •kill

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C.A.T.S. 184-4411 1 Classified Advertising Works. A company at Kran|i raojwraa A) RECEPTIONIST a Minimum (KF. O' level a Mu\t possess a good comman'l nt Kngllsh a I'ie.isant v..ice and personal Ity a Ability to t>pe B) DELIVERY DRIVER a Must possess class 3 driving l.cence romplellonof NS C) FORKLIFT

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W Ewplpywil li 46 Situations Vacant ESTABLISHED FIRM IN SEMBAWANG requires urgently DESPATCH ASSISTANT c Must be able lo sprak and write simple tngllsh c Must |io«am a valid Class 2 licence and own a motorcycle c Applicant* must be Singaporeans above Jt years MR. LOW/ MR. PHU A TEI

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Singapore ShuiHing DEPARTMENTAL STORE immi eaitpkej eeattked tinaaai ream te apply tor tne poet of A) CASHIERS (FEMALE) > kJSeI »llh an O level Bass in Mathematics c Must be |>lea-sant and polite c Mum !<• ahle u> converse in Mandarin t BBSMsexH in a similar capacity would be an

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Iftfi 1 HOTEL ROYAL requires 1 SECURITY GUARDS 7 BELL-MOP 3 COFFEEHOUSE WAITRESSES Malaysians may also apply Interested applicants please apply personally or write lo THE PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT HOTEL ROYAL. NEWTON ROAD SINGAPORE 1130 requires more CUSTOMER SERVICE STAFF An Interesting job for an active Uirl with a pleasant and

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~\H 1 1 PHILIPS (VIDEO I) Lorong 1 Toa Payoh Singapore 1231 We require urgently the following 1) PRODUCTION WORKERS (Male) Applicants are expected to have completed Secondary 2 and be prepared to do manual work. D»«M Assembly of colour TV Receivers 2) GENERAL HELPERS/ PACKERS Applicants must be physically

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poets A) MAINTENANCE OFFICER c Age between 26 and 35 a Graduated from Technical College with 2 years' relevant experience or at least 5 years' experience In similar field c Able to handle maintenance work in industrial building and knowledge on electrical will be essential B) GENERAL CLERK c Age

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1 jQ. 49 Pleasure Boats For Safe/Wanted JOM THE MILLIONS who enjoy Achilles' inflatable boats, life jackets, surf riders. "Tomos" outboard Sole Agents Soon Cheong Pte Ltd. 33 34 Pekm Street. Spore 0104 Tel XXXXX3. WORLD CRUISING STURDY Mahogany-oak Tahiti Ketch Yacht Extensively equipped i Diesel Unbelievable U S $90

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VOLVO SM Car Rentals Brand new Volvo 244GL Unlimited Mileage Fully air-condi-tioned XXXXX8/XXXXX54 5 Leng Keeßoad Singapore 0315. 20% DISCOUNT FOR Monday Thursday only' XXXXX69, XXXXX87. 36. Hoot Kiam Road (side Raffles Institution I 52 Vehicl* Accessories/ Maintenance CITROEN ORIGINAL SAFETY belts 3 -points anchor For D and OS models

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HI VfMcfc* ft Boats M Company registration New tax paintwork and tyres Mint condition $12,700 XXXXXS 1*77 OATSUN MBA 1 owner tax 12/81. Done 39.000 km. accident free $13,900 Tel XXXXX81 Tan 1*77 OATSUN 12BV Slallonwagon »ith sports rims. $14,800 onu Loan arranr»ble Tel XXXXX83 1*77 DATSUN 12*T aircon. cassette

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v^golr^ •Approved warehouse for sale/lease 4 km from the city centre b Floor area from 121m 2 to 1932m 2 No restriction to foreigners Tenure of land: Freehold The 50 Storey INTERN ATIONAL PLAZA FOR RENT OFFICE SPACE From 38m' at $2683 p s.m From 43m' at $3767 *32.29p.5.m. SHOP

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2 AND 3-BEDROOMED Apartments at International Plaia. fully furnished and carpeted, swimming pool, badminton and squash courts Rental $2,000 to $2 500 Heng Fatt Property XXXXX6* XXXXX13 AMBER GARDENS. KINO'S Mansion, aircondlttoned. furnished bedroom, swimming pool, private carpark. (900 for single Foreigner XXXXX76 BM FURNISHEC ROOM to let with balcony

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EXPATS PRESENTLY STAYBSG in Hotels want to rent bungalows/ semi-detached apartments urgently Owners please call Mr Low 91W45.XXXXX1 FOR PROFESSIONAL ANO PROMT SERVICES RENT YOUR PROPERTIES THROUGH US. CHAMBERS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT. 7IIBMI. URGENTLY REOUMED HOUSE Or apartment at any location. Sale or rental. We have immediate clients awaiting Penguin Real

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63 nxMßdßßtkßl PTOOBf Ism Far Salt m) Flat* ABEAtrnruL MLLCREST ARCADIA DIST 11 dommium Irirl.ipmrn! in >K*ning «.n,n.;:n and urnnis eaBTI 1 bedrooms 1.711 sq ft Selling with tenancy •mhmmmjm CAN PURCttABE •SlM** B**J !"lrt B***JR (ilrax- n*STS7(A«*M| A BEAUTIFUL APARTMENT «ri arant poaaeaaton S blllllMlllli 11W aq ft 5555.00U

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IX OBITUARIES

120 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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120 Deaths MARCUS YAM WAI TOUG AOBOM HA* OOMC TO X WITH THE LOW JESUS CHRWT OH 1/I*l -JESUS SAID 1 AM THE WAY. THE TRUTH AND THE LIFE Jn 14« CORTEOC LEAVES THE HIDING PLACE 3S. TO FU AVENUE <M7S) AT 1 PJaV OM S/I/S1 MR C.CJ(. CHUSTIAN CEMETERY.

123 Acknowledgments [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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123 Acknowledgments THE FAMB.V OF Uie lale Mrs. Tan Choo Tung (Madam Chan Say Bee) wish to thank ail relatives friends and colleagues tor their kind condolences, donations and attendance during their recent bereavement: also the pastor and the Bedok Methodist Church Members who rendered their help THE FAMBwV OF

124 In Memoriam [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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124 In Memoriam M EVEM.OVMO MEMOMV o( Mr Sim Slang Jin gone 12 years today Sadly missed and always remembered by wile, children. sons-in-law, daughter in law and grandchildren M FOND MEaMMY ol Uncle Sim Slang Jin Sadly missed on 3 299 Always remembered by Puay Kirn. Annie and Christopher

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Our client, a Trustee Company of a well established financial Group has a challenging position for a I MANAGER I The successful candidate wiM be responsible to the Board of Directors for the business development and profitability of the company Applicants should have an accounting/legal qualification Experience m the same

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LEMBAGA PADI NEGERI PAHANG JAWATANKOSONG 1 JAWATAN KUMPUIAN A. PENCURUS BESAR A B PEGAWAI TADBIR/SETIAUSAHA A C PEGAWAI PERTANIAN A 0. PEMBANTU PERTANIAN B E JURUTEKNIK PERTANIAN C F PENYELIA lADANG C G PEMANDU LAND ROVER D H JAGA D 2 TANGOAGAJI: A. AIO 2650 120 2770 B A22 880.

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W. a A MAGNUM CORPORATION BERHAD ■■•■■■■■■Baal (Incorporated in Malaysia) NOTICE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an Extraordinary Gene">i Meeting of the Company will be held at Magnum House, (Ist Floor) 111, Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur on Friday, 20th February 1981 at 11 a.m. for the

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PENANG TURF CLUB F»«U A* Y (SPtINT TROPHY) MEETING 1 98 1 SATURDAY. UTH FEBRUARY 1981 SUNDAY, 15TH FEBRUARY 1981 SATURDAY. 21ST FEBRUARY 1981 SUNDAY. 22ND FEBRUARY 1981 USUAL $1 UNLIMITED SWEEPS, 3 DIGIT NUM BERS FORECAST POOLS ("A" "ABC"), $5/-, $50 TOTALISATOR. $2/ FORECAST TOTE AND $5/ DOUBLE PROCEED.

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THE MALAYSIAN ADMINISTRATIVE MODERNIZATION AND MANPOWER PLANNING UNIT (MAMPU) SARAWAK BRANCH TENDER NO OM 2 81 FOR THE SUPPLY. DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION OF OFFICE MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT Tandert ore invited (or trw supply delivery and inttaMertion of vorioui office machines ond equipment c g cokulotorv electroitahc copiers, typewriters oddtitlerv duplicators

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I AGENTS/DISTRIBUTORS WANTED I (MALAYSIA/BRUNEI) A French Company with 8 factories and 55 subcompanies and distribution centres worldwide seeks agents/distributors for Malaysia and Brunei. The KIS Group manufactures Automatic Key Duplicating Machines, Engraving Machines, Instant Printing Machines, Instant Photo Processing Machines, Instant Shoe Repair Machines and others. All our machines

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UNITED OVERSEAS BANK GROUP is fost expanding its bonking operations ond offers challenging career opportunities in the following positions:I TRAINEE OFFICERS I^r.^n^r-J? 'O"^^ A NEW SCHEME which will provide ACCELERATED CAREER OEVELOPMENT for successful Trainee Officers. The Scheme provides both intensive class-room and on-the-,ob troming followed immediately by postings m

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ftftft SINGAPORE TOBACCO COMPANY j^^ UEU (PTE) LTD „A i Singapore Tobacco Company (Pla> Limrtwd. a mambw of tha BAT Group the worttf s avgMt international tobacco company and a kMdtng tobacco manufacturer and importer looking for outstanding and forward looking young people to join its expanding and highly rxofaaatonal

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TIMESPORT PAGE ONE

Muldoon calls it an act of cowardice [ARTICLE]

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Muldoon calls it an act of cowardice SYDNEY, Maa. The Prime Mlatotera af bath eaaatrtoa Jsiae4 la Ike t— travecay aver AaatraiUs aXHMaa U aae aa mmdtnrm aawUag ateUvery U wta a aae* 4ay erleket natch agafaat New ZeaJaa4. N«w TualaM Prime MTaiitii Kaaert Malaaaa said It was aa act

ACB deplore Greg's unsporting action [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ACB deplore Greg's unsporting action CANBERRA, Mon. Australian cricket captain Greg Chappell was today "carpeted by the Australian Cricket Board for ordering his brother, Trevor, to bowl an underarm delivery in yesterday's one-day cricket international against New Zealand. The New Zealanders needed six runs on the last ball to tie

Tanner beats Fibak in marathon battle [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Tanner beats Fibak in marathon battle PHILADELPHIA, Mon. American Roscoe Tanner defeated Poland's Woitek Fibak, 6-2. 7-6, 7-5 yesterday to win the UXXXXX,000 ($520,000) United States professional indoor tennis championship here in Pennsylvania. They produced nearly 2 M hours of exciting tennis with strong left-handed serves by Tanner and smooth

Sandra scores first victory since 1977 [ARTICLE]

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Sandra scores first victory since 1977 DEERFIELD BEACH, Mon. Sandra Palmer scored her first Ladies Professional Golfers' Association tour victory since 1977 with a two-stroke win over fellow American Amy Alcott at a US$lOO,OOO ($208,000) tournament here yesterday. Sandra, a 17-year tour veteran from Florida, led by seven strokes after

Watson, Bryant ahead [ARTICLE]

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Watson, Bryant ahead PEBBLE BEACH (California. Mon. Tone Watson, playing in his first tournament of the year, birdied the final hole here yestertay and tied with Brad Bryant for the second- round lead at the 54-hole Bing Crosby national pro-am golf tournament. Watson and Bryant finished with eight-under-par 1365. Jerry

Porsche power to Daytona -victory [ARTICLE]

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Porsche power to Daytona -victory- DAYTONA BEACH, Maa. A tarba-efcarg-by Brtaa Bedmaa, of Britala, aad America at Behhy Bahal aad Bab Oarretsaa yesterday wea the 84-fcear Daytoaa ear race. They averaged 182.M3 kllametif per hear aver the 1M laps to wia by a ceevtariag margin •f 1 J teas aad

Australia finish top nation at Games [ARTICLE]

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Australia finish top nation at Games CHRISTCHURCH. Mon. Australia finished top nation of the two-day Pacific Conference Games, which ended at the Queen Elizabeth II Stadium yesterday with a tally of 34 medals, including 12 golds. Wins in both the 4 z 400metre relays late in the day helped Australia

Juventus close in on leaders [ARTICLE]

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Juventus close in on leaders ROME, Maa. Javentas moved a step aearer to wlaalag the Italia* seeeer title far the first dme la three years by beattag Plereattaa 1-4) away yesterday. Javeatas maved to withla twe peiato af the leaden with a 51thmlaate nal by iatermaOeaal Naaree TardeUL It marked

Martina too good for young Hana [ARTICLE]

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Martina too good for young Hana CHICAGO, Mon. Martina Navratilova gave a tennis lesson yesterday to Hana Mandlikova, the i Czechoslovak teenager who idolised her and copied her style, to win a Chicago tournament for the fourth year in a row. The top-seeded Martina, 24, produced her best form to

Nantes rally to victory [ARTICLE]

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Nantes rally to victory PARIS. Moo. Nantes came from behind to defeat visitors Bastia 2-1 yesterday to stay on top of the French League soccer table by a point They remained just ahead of St. Etienne. who defeated Auxctt* 2-0 and lead with 38 points from 25 matches. Third placed

Ray fights back from brink of defeat [ARTICLE]

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Ray fights back from brink of defeat 1)1 BUN. Mao. \u>traJUa Ray Aainrna, Ike fJttfc seed, teeeaae the Irish tinri'i sqaaaa champiaa after Hgßttag back tram tae briak af Mai U beat Brltlsk tewiagw MtrOa« Le Maigmaa, aeedei seveatk, 7-1, IM, 4 S-7 sere yesterday at Ike PitzwtUUm Ctaa. Marttaw,

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KL weights [ARTICLE]

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KL weights lUALJk llHHK ttm Mt*i tar ikr Srtuaw CM. j CM. I UBa I DMo Sit I 1M My«« n MS 5 aw—a so 1 Ki(hCWkt M.» Ifaaraa M J U HM)Q* H5 < tmiq riv» s» I. Makanj SIS 2 Art! S3 I Mmuprtim n »5 4 O*M0MnH

Winning form system pays [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Winning form system pays By EPSOM JEEP KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. One of the easiest betting systems is to (ollow winning form. There Is only one al most absurdly simple rule back any horse whir has won its last start. And punters, who (ol lowed this little system had a field

Martigny looks a sprint champion [ARTICLE]

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Martigny looks a sprint champion By FAIRWAY KUALA LUMPUR. Mon. Bukit Timah trainer Ivan Allan, who has not won a sprint Cup since Butterfly Boy captured the Lion City Cup in January 1979, has a great chance of returning to the fore with potential champion Martigny. A son of the

India win by 10 wickets [ARTICLE]

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India win by 10 wickets GEELONG (Victoria), Moo. India had their lint Orst-cUa victory of their Australian tour when they beat Victoria by 10 wickets at Sardinia Park here today. The Indian* have had two defeats and four draws from their previous first-class matrhrs Score*: Victoria X7-T dec. aad m

How the beaten favourites fared [ARTICLE]

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How the beaten favourites fared Saturday (Good). Race 1: Repulse Bay m ($3O) hit the front at the home tarn when Clearaway swung out wide and was going like a winner. But Clearaway rallied ilnw|l> and got up to snaicn a nose win from Repulse Bay m Race I: Manchester

United States, Soviet swimmers dominate [ARTICLE]

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United States, Soviet swimmers dominate AMERSFOOT, Mon. United States swimmers won seven of the 11 gold medals at stake on the final day of the 20-nation swimming meet here yesterday. The Americans won 12 of the 26 events over the three-day meeting, followed by the Soviet Union i with six,

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SASA age-group meet easy for Tay, Mavis [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SASA age-group meet easy for Tay, Mavis KEN JALLEM Jr By WHEN the cat is away, the mice will play the saying seems to apply to some swimmers who took (tart in the recent Singapore Amateur Swimming Association agecroup (under-lJto under-17) championships Tay Khoon Hean and Mavis t>. the two

A $20,000 surprise [ARTICLE]

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A $20,000 surprise PATRICK BASTIANS By THE Singapore Squash Rackets Association nave named the SingaporeMalaysia annualcUsn. at Kallang from Feb 14-15. the Ovaltine Squash International, because of a surprise $20,000 donation from Wander Pte Ltd Says SSRA president Eddy Jacob: "We had approached Wander for cash, and were surprised wben

Thailand score double [ARTICLE]

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Thailand score double JAKARTA. Mon. Thailand defeated Indonesia 21 to win the ASEAN soccer tournament here yesterday. Malaysia finished third in the tournament, which was part of the ASEAN Sports Week. Defending champions Singapore were fourth. Thailand also won the volleyball competition, defeating Malaysia 3-0. Indonesia, who beat Singapore 3-0,

Stringer triumphs [ARTICLE]

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Stringer triumphs WALTER STRINGER woo the Sheffield Plate 506 yachting championship at Changl over the weekend. Sim Dodd and Alan Barms, both also of Changl, were second and third respectively.

$100,000 hong bao for three sports [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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$100,000 hong bao for three sports By BERNARD PEREIRA HAVING select- ed, for the time bet>g, the three sports does not mean that they are the only promising ones. We are e»mvlnced that yon share »nr views la cMceatratiag »ur limited funds to substantial and appropriate sap porting pro- grammes.

SCA plan award to attract more schoolboys [ARTICLE]

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SCA plan award to attract more schoolboys R. MANORAJ By THE Singapore Cricket Association are planning to give away an annual schoolboy cricketer award to encourage more youngsters to take up the sport. The award will earn the winner an attachment, probably of two weeks to a month in Australia,

Former soccer star weds [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Former soccer star weds A TOUCH OF NOSTALGIA. star Msftam- me 4 Ns* c—grs,hU».tw tmmu isttansl player Bay KrtskßU, «f H«tM»y Inn, after he had ttea taw aapMal ks«t m Us wife, tae tenner Mtas M. LeeU, at a estswfaJ wedding ceres May at the Khataa HnsrlsWisj U Te— essTiiM

Razif and Ong flop [ARTICLE]

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Razif and Ong flop KUALA LUMPUR. Mon. Razif Sidek and Ong Bens Teong, shouldering the Herculean task of preventing Indonesia from grabbing a double victory in the Penang Open invitational badminton championships, failed miserably last night. They went down to Bobby Ertanto and Hadibowo 15-8, 15-2 in the doubles final

Singapore invited to Sukhumvit Open event [ARTICLE]

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Singapore invited to Sukhumvit Open event WILFRED YEO By SINGAPORE are among several countries invited to the inaugural Sukhumvit Open bowling championships in Bangkok from June 614. The other countries are Australia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Guam, Indonesia, Hongkong, Japan and Iraq. The championships, which is organised by the Sukhumvitßowl, will

Cricket season will be over eight months [ARTICLE]

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Cricket season will be over eight months RAMSAY ZIEGELAAR By THE Singapore cricket season will be spread over eight months this year, beginning on March 1 with four Senior League matches. Defending champions Ceylon Sports Club, who are favourites to retain the title, will face an easy first-round clash when

Jita, four others pass FIFA course [ARTICLE]

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Jita, four others pass FIFA course JOE DOR Al By JITA SINGH. Singapore's manager-coach, ana four other local soccer officials, are now qualified to conduct coaching courses in Asia. The five coaches were among 29 candidates who passed the two-week International Football Federation (FIFA) coaching course which ended in Jakarta

Willis limps off injured [ARTICLE]

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Willis limps off injured KINGSTOWN. Mon. Vicecaptain Bob Willis limped off injured as the England cricketers beat the Windward Islands by 16 runs in a limited-over Caribbean tour match here yesterday. Scares: (40 overs): England 166-9 (Butcher 44. Botham 31. Downtown 23 no). Windward Islands ISO-9 (ShiUingford 26) Reuter

Higgins beats Griffiths again for Masters title [ARTICLE]

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Higgins beats Griffiths again for Masters title BRIEFS LONDON, Moo. Alex Higgins. of Northern Ireland, beat Terry Iriffiths, of Wales. 9-6 in a repeat of last year's final of ihe Masters snooker tournament here tonight Griffiths, the former world champion, kept himself in the match with a stunning championship best

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Mokhtar let off hook [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mokhtar let off hook kl ALA LIMPIR, Ma*. SelMtger star striker MekhUr Dmkmit waa let aff wttheat aay rarthrr acdaa takea agalast him hy the FeethaJl \saerlaOca si HaiaysU dteHpUnar> cemmitksr here teday. Mekhtar, Tallfh haa aalaaed •ac MaJaysht Cm a aeeecr sMteh after he received saareMag arderafrasa Malacca referee

Back to homework for M-Cup squad [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Back to homework for M-Cup squad JOE DOR Al By SINGAPORE soccer players will from today study a two-page directive on the methods of scoring goals prepared by manager-coach Jita Singh. This new approach has been implemented by Jita as a last resort to cure the team's recent goal-famine. The

Coach's delay in returning puzzles SHA [ARTICLE]

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Coach's delay in returning puzzles SHA R. MANOR A J By THE Singapore Hockey Association are puzzled over national coach Shahnaz Sheikh's delay in returning to the Republic from Karachi. Shahnaz took leave from national training to see the Champions' Trophy international hockey tournament in Ka- 1 rachi from Jan.

Siglap beat Sembawang [ARTICLE]

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Siglap beat Sembawang SIGLAP beat Sembawang 3-1 in an Inter-constituency table tennis match at the Delta Complex last night. Other re. suits: Chua Chu Kang 3 Jalan Kayu 0, Havelock 3 Marine Parade 0. Ponggol 3 Delta 0. Boon Teck 3 Joo Chiat 0, Paya Lebar 3 Henderson 0, Thomson

Thirty-three boxers respond to SABA's call [ARTICLE]

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Thirty-three boxers respond to SABA's call KEN JALLEH Jr. By IN an impressive show of support, 33 internationals, former internationals and Singapore Armed Forces Sports Association boxers, have responded to the Singapore Amateur Boxing Association's efforts to upgrade the standard and promote the sport in the Republic The 33 will

Singapore to face tough Yugoslavs [ARTICLE]

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Singapore to face tough Yugoslavs DYNAMO ZAGREB will have in their lineup six footballers from Yugoslavia's national team, when they face Singapore in their friendly soccer match at the National Stadium next Tuesday at 7pm, reports JOE DOR AI. And these six players are not only the backbone I of

Foo will not forget FT Open [ARTICLE]

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Foo will not forget FT Open KUALA LUMPUR. Mon. Rudy Foo will not want to forget the Federal Territory Open Tennis championships which ended at Taman TiwiwanKsa here yesterday. Foo, 17, does not believe in sharing both title and the prize money with his opponents in the doubles final, Kuidip

Postponed [ARTICLE]

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Postponed HEAVY rain caused yesterday's Singapore Business Houses Football League matches to be postponed.

TODAY'S EVENTS [ARTICLE]

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TODAY'S EVENTS HOCKEY Priaadly: Singapore Cricket Club v Kow loon Cricket Club (Padang, 8.30 a. m. SOCCBS fsaiaparii Bui aaas Bmm' Leagw: Wv. S Electrolux v Marco Polo Hotel (Tanglin 3), Beecham Group v Jl- Morison (Farrer Park Athletic Centre), Premier Milk v Bankamerica (Geylang). Tractor Singapore v Century Park

Top Kiwi side to play Lions [ARTICLE]

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Top Kiwi side to play Lions THE Dunearn Lions Invitation XV, comprising internationals mainly from Police and the Singapore Armed Forces Reservists Association, will play New Zealand's Southern team on Feb. 25, reports KEN JALLEH Jr. The visitors, League champions from the Otago Province, reported to have two All-Blacks stars

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SIA-pilots pay talks on again — across oval table [ARTICLE]

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SIA-pilots pay talks on again across oval table THE Singapore Airlines management and its pilots were back at the negotiating table vesteruay for a first round of talks on a collective agreement This time the meeting, across an oval table at Airline House, was presided over by NTUC president C.V.

Untitled [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mr Nftlr ukta| the tw« f^^t trams to l»tHO»tll UKOM4V4M. Ob hi* rtgfct, Mtt-eUek-wtoe, IK Mr G*h Ckee Wee, Cap* MMrim *t Vu, Cut BJt. duui, Mr N| U TUrn, Mr Biefcai* Garnet, Capt T.E. Pot, Mr Imm Urn Mi Mr DtvM Re. Oa the Step* aMe, tTMi left, in

Blast at defence policy. Probe ordered [ARTICLE]

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Blast at defence policy. Probe ordered TOKYO, Mon. Prime Minister Zenko Suzuki told Parlimanent today that he had otdered an investigation into criticism of Japan's defence policy by the chairman of the Joint Staff Council, General Goto Takeda Mr Sanji Muto. a Lower House member of the major opposition Japan

'Hanoi will abide by any consensus' [ARTICLE]

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'Hanoi will abide by any consensus' NEW DELHI, Mon. Vietnamese Vice-Foreign Minister Vo Dong Giang said today that his coun- try would abide by any consensus that might emerge at the non-aligned foreign ministers' conference on the Kampuchean Mr Vo Dong Gian, who is here to take part in the

Minister in Teheran [ARTICLE]

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Minister in Teheran TEHERAN, Mon. Pakistan's Foreign Minister Agha Shahi arrived in Teheran today for talks expected to centre on Afghanistan and the war between Iran and Iraq. He immediately left to visit President AboUiassan BaniSadr on the southern war front. Pakistani sources said Prime Minister Mohammad Ali Raiai had

Dow Jones [ARTICLE]

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Dow Jones NEW YORK. Moo. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials (ell 5 46 points to 941 81 in the first half hour of trading in the New York Stork Exchange today AP.

Why US must be strong: Reagan aide [ARTICLE]

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Why US must be strong: Reagan aide FROM PAGE ONE responses to another embassy takeover. But he said if a country is unable to assure the safety of an embassy or its personnel, "appropriate steps" should be taken to secure "sovereign US territory" and to adopt contingency plans in the

Late CLASSIFIED DEATH [OBITUARY]

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Late CLASSIFIED DEATH MR FOO Ttf UM. aged 78. paurd any on 2/2/81 Leaving behind wife. Tan Theni Eng. soru Foo Cheng Tong, Foo Cheng Hji Foo Cheng Sang. Foo Cheng Theng. Foo Cheng Heng It Foo Cheng Loong 'Daughters-in-law Koh Ec Peng. Han San Khln. Leow \h Keng. Long

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BUSINESS TIMES Singapore's Financial Daily TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. The Government has withdrawn an incentive which will cost some hoteliers millions of dollars. Howls of protests are only natural but not necessarily justified. This year's Chinese New Year rally on the stock market is far more stronger rhan expected. The US dollar

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MANDARIN BY RADIO [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE OPERA Dramatising justice [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE OPERA Dramatising justice A REVIVAL of interest in Chinese opera has seen many opera stars from Hongkong and China performing here to fall limms. Today KWAN ZI profiles one of the great Chinese playwright* who wrote many of the tales which are popular even among the present-day audience. Next

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PICK of the DAY WATCH the Opening Of I sth Parliament By j President Sheares at 8.25 p.m., "live" over Ch 5 (English) and Ch 8 (voice-over translation i in Mandarin). i Later (about 8.40 p.m.), the President's address I will be telecast over Ch 5 (Malay), and Ch 8

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TV and Radio SBC 5 3.00 PM Openint folowed by The Young And The Restless 3.25 Weekend Variety (Chinese) (r) 4.15 Diary Of Events (English) 4.30 Afternoon Matinee Golden Girl 6.15 News (English) 6.30 Casper And The Angels 7.00 Teka Kata (Malay) 7.30 News (Malay) 7.50 Pops In Germany 8.20

LEISURE

Australian movies are thriving [ARTICLE]

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Australian movies are thriving From Down Under comes 20 quality films a year that have moved the country's position up in the movie world by leaps and bounds. Yes, Australia appears to be the new movie frontier, with films like Breaker Morant that have met with success both at home

Two unique French films worth watching this month [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Two unique French films worth watching this month SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR and Andre Malraux, two giants of contemporary French literature. Now, what have they got to do with films? The Alliance Francaise's February offerings have the answers Director Liliane de Kermadec's unassuming but nevertheless fascinating and authentic film, Aloise. made

A many-splendoured performance [ARTICLE]

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A many-splendoured performance SSO C*M>rtty ConceH Victoria Memorial Hall Jan 28 (Fri) RtvifWMJ by JOHN EDWARDS THE second concert in the SSO's ninth season was a most enjoyable affair. The nicely contrasted programme had a lot of colour and sparkle, while the orchestra gave a vital account of themselves, revealing

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OUTLOOK

New Year inspir ration [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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New Year inspir ration This is the season for regeneration and re-birth or so poets and artists have impressed upon us. DANA LAM talks to a designer who, in anticipation of the New Year and new beginnings, has been inspired by the changing faces of nature. Photographer NGHAI CHEE WAH

Hypoc Hypocrisy in full cry [ARTICLE]

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Hypoc Hypocrisy in full cry THE season of goodwill being now officially over, there is nothing to stop me from telling you about Mrs Deirdre Tucker, who runs an outfit called The Campaign for the Feminine Woman from her home in Britain. She is not, of course, alone in this

Celebrities' home away from home [ARTICLE]

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Celebrities' home away from home Celebrities film stars, television personalities, designers who are constantly travelling, must surely ijniss the personal touch of home. So how do they compensate for this loss, and what kind of hotel do they prefer to stay in? FRED FERRETTI discovers a New York hotel with

Whimsica Whimsical Oriental allure [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Whimsica Whimsical Oriental allure i By JOHN DE SOUZA CAPTIVATE with the delicate, beautiful charm of Oriental allure. Let your Eastern whims dictate a lunar season of feminine grace. Roughly translated, that means you've got just 24 hours to get yourself dolled up for Chinese New Year without emerging from

More spring feelings [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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More spring feelings SPRING the season when little buds start pushing through the dry, arid earth, when the birds are returning to sing again, when the darkness of winter is no more. We may lack the physical changes of seasons in the tropics, but all the same, the impressions of

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A gift to nature front Sri Lanka [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A gift to nature front Sri Lanka The beauty of Sri Lanka's Ruhuna National Park (better known at Yala) is famous. Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew spent some time there last week on a working holiday. SAKINA KAGDA tells us about her own visit to this wildlife sanctuary THE protection