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The Straits Times Kstd. 1845 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1981 35 CENTS M.C.(P) No. 101/1/81

THE NAVY WE WANT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE NAVY WE WANT Howe: 'Big' doesn't mean effective 6 INTELLIGENT planning and logical operational doctrine, translated Into excellent tactics and combat techniques with courageous commanders and skilled crews can enable the RSN to accom- A plish wonders even with small ships. Mr Howe Yoon Chong DEFENCE MINISTER Howe Yoon

Greek leader softens stand on bases [ARTICLE]

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Greek leader softens stand on bases TURNAROUND FROM POLLS PLEDGE ATHENS, Tuaa. SOCIALIST leader Andreas Papandreou, 62, who was given a mandate by President Constantine Karamanlis today to form Greece's first left-wing government, has assured Washington that he will make "no abrupt move" against US bases m Natos southern flank.

Polish Govt bid for pact to end wildcat strikes [ARTICLE]

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Polish Govt bid for pact to end wildcat strikes WARSAW, Tues. The government has sought an agreement with Solidarity to halt an eruption of wildcat strikes and strike threats by workers defying the union and authorities. Solidarity and government officials met last night to stop a week-lone strike by 12.000

Act which lifted Shangri-La to world's top 4 hotels [ARTICLE]

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Act which lifted Shangri-La to world's top 4 hotels SMALL things count. Things like lift carpets that are changed every day to let jet-lagged hotel guests know what day It Is. This was one special touch which helped the Shaagrl-La Hotel gala fourth place la a magazine survey to pick

Opec to meet on Oct 29 to unify prices [ARTICLE]

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Opec to meet on Oct 29 to unify prices JAKARTA, Tuesday THE Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) has announced it would hold an extraordinary meeting on Oct 29 m Geneva to align prices. Indonesian Energy Minister Dr Subroto, the current Opec president, said today there was a near consensus

No second casino [ARTICLE]

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No second casino GENTTNG HIGHLANDS, Tues. Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mahathir Mohamad said today that his government would not approve any plan to set up a second casino m the country "One casino is already one too many," he told reporters who are here to cover the Asean Travel

Dr M defends takeover bid by PNB [ARTICLE]

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Dr M defends takeover bid by PNB 6 THEY (the British) have held the shares for 159 years and It Is time for the shares to change A hands. 7 Dr Mahathir GENTING HIGHLANDS, Tuesday MALAYSIAN Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today anybody, including the Permodalan Nasional

ENGINEER JAILED 'FOR INSULT TO KING' [ARTICLE]

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ENGINEER JAILED 'FOR INSULT TO KING' RABAT, Tues. Ship engineer Joseph Guillou, 45, was jailed for two years m the port city of Mohammedia today and ordered to pay a US$lOO (SS2OB) fine for hanging a sausage on a hook that normally held a portrait of King Hassan of Morocco.

No archery team for Manila [ARTICLE]

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No archery team for Manila THE Singapore National Olympic Council has decided not send an archery team to the South-east Asia Games m Manila m December. The council's selection committee took the decision at a meeting m City Hall yester day.It also approved 254 athletes, including 77 women, and 41

Death toll up [ARTICLE]

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Death toll up NEW DELHI, Tues. The death toll rose to 120 today when the waters from a burst irrigation canal m southern India swept away part of a village, the Press Trust of India (PTI) reported. Reuter.

Cambodia issue: Thailand gives five reasons [ARTICLE]

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Cambodia issue: Thailand gives five reasons EDGAR KOH By Our Correspondent UNITED NATIONS, Tues. Thailand has given five reasons why/ the Cambodian question has come up before the General Assembly for three consecutive years m Asean's search for an early, comprehensive political settlement. Addressing this year's first plenary session on

DIPLOMATIC STATUS FOR PLO [ARTICLE]

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DIPLOMATIC STATUS FOR PLO MOSCOW, Tues. The Soviet Union has granted diplomatic status to the Palestine Liberation Organisation's office here. The announcement was made today by the official Tass news agency after a meeting between PLO leader Yassar Arafat and President Leonid Brezhnev. The move reflected the Kremlin's interest m

Port bombed [ARTICLE]

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Port bombed LONDON, Tues. Iraqi aircraft bombed the southern Iranian port of Bandar Khomeiny yesterday, causing damage and casualties, Teheran Radio reported without giving details. Reuter.

LATEST Reagan sacks top general [ARTICLE]

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LATEST Reagan sacks top general WASHINGTON, Tues. The top military officer on the national security council staff was fired today after saying m a speech that the "Soviets are on the move they are going to strike." President Ronald Reagan said he disagreed with the officer, Army Maj. Gen. Robert

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HOME [ARTICLE]

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HOME More police perks POLICE officers are to receive better welfare benefits. There will be easy-instalment schemes for them to buy consumer durables and furniture, better holiday perks and more generous death and funeral grants (or their families. This is part of a bigger welfare package being promised by the

COMMENT [ARTICLE]

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COMMENT THE STRAITS TIMES SAYS: A SPECIAL government committee has argued against "wet markets" In fatnre. We mast, of cmtw, cat dawn waste where possible. Bat let as not rash headlong to sanitise and modernise everything In the name of progress. o THERE are complaints that the disparity In placing*

TIMES BUSINESS [ARTICLE]

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TIMES BUSINESS PERMODALAN AND PREUSSAG TO BATTLE FOR AMC A BATTLE is shaping up between Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB) and the West German industrial group, Preussag AG. The tussle is over Amalgamated Metal Corporation (AMC), the London company which controls Datuk Keramat Holdings. The Malaysian national equity corporation will buy

BACKGROUND [ARTICLE]

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BACKGROUND TRIO'S INTRICATE GAME THE US, China and Taiwan are engaged m an intricate game of arms sales diplomacy. Beijing is pegging its future relations with the US on the proposed sale of American FX fighter aircraft to Taiwan. Taiwan, m turn, is using the situation to gain some additional

SPORTS [ARTICLE]

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SPORTS Villa's injury crisis THE stars were out for two nights in Europe during last night and tonight's second round first leg matches in the three European Cup tournaments. They were European Cup holders Liverpool against Holland's AZ Alkmaar, Italian champion Juventus against Belgium's Anderlecht, and Portugal's Benenca and west

AROUND THE WORLD [ARTICLE]

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AROUND THE WORLD Fatigue fear THE much-discussed Cambodian issue was up for discussion again yesterday this time at the United Nations General Assembly. If not for the elegant remarks by Philippine Foreign Minister Carlos Romulo, a sharp speech by the US, and a colourful claim by Democratic Kampuchea, fatigue could

ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY [ARTICLE]

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ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY Bar to go Bahasa? THE Malaysian Government will submit to the cabinet a proposal requiring lawyers seeking admission to the local Bar to pass a Bahasa Malaysia test, the Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department, Mr Abdullah Abdul Rahman, said yesterday in Parliament. A sub-committee had

SECTION 2 SECTION 3 (S'pore edition [ARTICLE]

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SECTION 2 SECTION 3 (S'pore edition Village without faith TODAY, 15 years ago, a moving mountain of mud and debris buried an entire school of 116 children and 28 adults in Aberfan. TOM DA VIES, who was there on that tragic day, revisited the Welsh mining village recently. The grief

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Romulo's fine lines highlight the start [ARTICLE]

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Romulo's fine lines highlight the start EDGAR KOH By Our Correspondent UNITED NATIONS, Tues. Elegant introductory remarks by Philippine Foreign Minister Carlos Romulo, a sharp little speech by the United States, and a colourful claim by Democratic Kampuchea that it controls or is contesting almost all of Cambodia highlighted the

Plane ends up among the trees aSter crash [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Plane ends up among the trees aSter crash LOOKING as though It Is trying to hide among the trees, this singleenginr aircraft rests fairly intact along a New Jersey highway after a crash. The plane get oat of control while student pilot Nancy Galli- mere was taking flying lessens from

Stable China vital for peace in S-EA — Holbrooke [ARTICLE]

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Stable China vital for peace in S-EA Holbrooke NANCY CHNG By A POLITICALLY stable China is what the US wants and needs to ensure peace m East and Southeast Asia. Any internal chaos m China might tempt outside powers to intervene and that would be disruptive for EastWest balance. This

Aussies to deport 146 who posed as refugees [ARTICLE]

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Aussies to deport 146 who posed as refugees LIM SAY BOON By CANBERRA, Tuesday THE Australian Government will move to deport the 146 ethnic Chinese who sailed into Darwin two weeks ago under the guise of Vietnamese refugees. In announcing the decision m Parliament today, the Immigration Minister, Mr lan

Okinawa braces for typhoon [ARTICLE]

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Okinawa braces for typhoon TOKYO, Tues. Typhoon Gay with centre winds of 144 km h was moving across the western Pacific towards Japan's southwestern island of Okinawa today, the meteorological agency here said. The agency said the powerful typhoon, moving north northwest at 15 km h, was tonight located about

Beijing plays its 'Soviet card' against Reagan [ARTICLE]

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Beijing plays its 'Soviet card' against Reagan BEIJING, Tues. China played a "Soviet card" against President Ronald Reagan today, announcing it was studying Moscow's proposal to resume talks on their 7,245 km border. "We have received a note from the Soviet Union about the resumption of the Sino-Soviet border negotiations,"

In other words... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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In other words... BASICALLY, there are only two countries which are nonaligned that is the US and the Soviet Union. All others are aligned one way or the other. 7 Pakistani President Zia-Ul Hag commen ting on whether the proposed US$3.2 billion (556.4 billion) aid package to his country would

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Nato begins talks on deploying new missiles [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Nato begins talks on deploying new missiles GLENEAGLES Scotland, Tver NATO defence ministers today discuss plans for deploying US medium-range missiles m Western Europe while pressing for big arms reductions m talks with the Soviet Union. US Defence Secretary Caspar Weinberger is expected to urge the allies to proceed on

Shark attack [ARTICLE]

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Shark attack WASHINGTON, Tues. A shark bit the hand of 19-year-old Van Horn Ely yesterday while he was swimming m waist-deep water at a beach club m Jupiter Island, Florida. where he works. However, there was no danger he would lose his hand. --UPI.

Workers get the chance to buy over firm [ARTICLE]

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Workers get the chance to buy over firm LONDON, Tues. Britain's biggest road haulage firm yesterday announced a novel plan for its employees to take over control of the company from the British Government. A consortium of employees from the National Freight Company has agreed to pay the government £53.5

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Taste for costly cars [ARTICLE]

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Taste for costly cars THKKR Southern Califor nians who specialised in stealing cars priced up to US$100,000 (SJ208.000) have been sent to prison on conspiracy and grand theft charges. Prosecutors said the men stole 20 Mercedes Benz and Rolls-Royce cars, altered identification numbers and re-sold them. A Federal Court Jury

Speed limit is a joke claim [ARTICLE]

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Speed limit is a joke claim A KANSAS man said the 88.5 km h speed limit is a national joke and has asked a US district court to review the law. Kelly J. Wendelin, 43, named Kansas attorneygeneral Bob Stephan and the state of Kansas in the suit, which alleges

AR-15s for deputies [ARTICLE]

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AR-15s for deputies THE Sheriff of Crawford County, Kansas, said rapid-firing, semi-auto-matic rifles are necessary. But some of the 37,916 people in the county are not so sure. Sheriff John Chester recently decided to arm two of his deputies with AR15s, although he said he hoped the guns would never

Frozen fowls birdnapped [ARTICLE]

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Frozen fowls birdnapped THE disappearance of 18.596 kg of frozen chickens and ducks in Warsaw, Indiana, may be the biggest birdnapping authorities have seen in quite a while. Mr Earl Stouder, vicepresident of the Northern Indiana Trucking Company, said on Monday that someone had stolen a big semi-truck conspicuously labeled

Dispute over giant textile firm drags on [ARTICLE]

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Dispute over giant textile firm drags on LONDON, Tv«« A BRITISH High Court hearing on a bitter power struggle m one of the world's largest textile companies ended yesterday with the factions of Hollywood socialite Pamela Mason's family still m dispute. The company involved is niingworth-Morris, a northern textile manufacturer

US ship picks up 98 refugees [ARTICLE]

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US ship picks up 98 refugees MANILA. Tues. A United States navy ship picked up Vietnamese refugees m the South China Sea yesterday, a US Embassy spokesman said here today. He said the group was rescued by the Seventh Fleet oiler Wabash about 520 km south of Ho Chi Minn

'Arch' pilot wanted to dramatise costs of flying [ARTICLE]

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'Arch' pilot wanted to dramatise costs of flying PARIS, Tues. Police identified yesterday the stunt pilot who flew a small Ralley single-en-gine aircraft under the Arch of Triumph m a bid to dramatise the rising costs of flying private planes m France. Police said the pilot was Alain Marc hand,

In other words... [ARTICLE]

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In other words... 6 IT IS bad enough that we are suffering from the Belgian disease, bat we seem well on the way to catching the British disease as well. 7 a Belgian television commentator warning that his country's economy will soon deteriorate to that of Britain.

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Egypt: Soviets to ship Libyan troops to Syria [ARTICLE]

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Egypt: Soviets to ship Libyan troops to Syria Fears of a new confrontation m Middle East NEW YORK, Tim*. EGYPTIAN Defence Minister Gen Abdel Halim Abu Ghazala said yesterday that Soviet ships are standing by to transport Syrian troops to Libya, fuelling fears of a new confrontation m the Middle

Killers part of 'limited net' says Mubarak [ARTICLE]

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Killers part of 'limited net' says Mubarak CAIRO, Tues. President Hosni Mubarak said yesterday a "limited net" of fanatics planned the assassination ->f President Anwar Sadat two weeks ago and recent arrests were rooting them out. He said that Lt Khaled Ahmed Shawki El-Istan-buli, the alleged leader of the assassins

Kekkonen may retire [ARTICLE]

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Kekkonen may retire HELSINKI, Tues. Finland's 81-year-old President Urho Kekkonen, on sick leave since Sept 10 because of poor blood circulation to the brain, has also been suffering from a respiratory infection, an official health bulletin said last night. There is strong speculation that Dr Kekkonen will leave office before

Teenage star sues to stop nude photos [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Teenage star sues to stop nude photos NEW YORK, Tnes. 8b years ago, Brooke Shields stood nude In a hathtnb with her mother's permission while a photographer snapped away. This did not lead to stories m fan magariatn then, nor movie deals nor dates at disoss nor advertisements. Now X,

France seeks support for Third World [ARTICLE]

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France seeks support for Third World MEXICO CITY, Tuesday FRENCH President Francois Mitterrand said last night he would seek assurances at this week's Cancun summit of rich and poor countries that the developing nations would have the means to exploit its resources. He was speaking on arrival here from the

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Golkar vows to win [ARTICLE]

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Golkar vows to win INDONESIA'S RULING Golkar organisation celebrated its 17th anniversary yesterday with a pledge to win next year's general election. Golkar has been well prepared to face the election and has been determine to win it, Golkar deputy chairman David Napitupulu said m connection with the anniversary celebration.

Mirage sale talks [ARTICLE]

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Mirage sale talks A HIGH-LEVEL Indian military delegation arrived m Paris yesterday to continue negotiations on Mirage 2000 jet fighters Prime Minister Indira Gandhi is considering buying m response to United States President Reagans sale of Fl6 iets to Pakistan, defence sources said m Pans yesterday. Although India has not

Australia backs Salim [ARTICLE]

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Australia backs Salim AUSTRALIA HAS decided to back Tanzanian Foreign Minister Salim Ahmed Salim to replace Dr Kurt Waldheim as secretary-general of the United Nations, officials m Canberra said yesterday. Australia's decision is a significant gesture by a country from the western bloc, most off whose members are expected to

Schmidt calls off talks [ARTICLE]

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Schmidt calls off talks WEST GERMAN Chancellor Helmut Schmidt, fitted with a heart pacemaker last week, has postponed talks with British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, officials m Bonn said yesterday. The government press office said the meeting would take place on Nov 18, instead of Oct &-30 as scheduled. UPI.

Iraq's air defence [ARTICLE]

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Iraq's air defence THE SOVIET UNION is setting up a sophisticated air defence system m Iraq, to avoid a repetition of Israel's June attack on the Ossirak nuclear plant it was reported m London yesterday. The Daily Mail's diplomatic correspondent said that according to reliable reports reaching London, "five Soviet

Red camps captured [ARTICLE]

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Red camps captured THAI SECURITY forces captured two guerilla camps after a gun-battle with more than 50 members of the outlawed Communist Party of Malaya (CPM) on Monday near the Thai-Malaysian border, army sources said. In the operation, part of a joint sweep by Thai and Malaysian forces along the

Frenchman to join Russians in space shot [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Frenchman to join Russians in space shot FRENCH <o«mon»ut I'atrlqoe Baodry (centre) photographed with his Russian colleagues Leonid Klslm (left) and Vladimir Solovyov during sea training m the Soviet Union recently. I France and the Sovl- et Union are training their cosmonauts at the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre, according to

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Different cups of Nobel joy [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Different cups of Nobel joy THEIR common later- eat 'may be physics bat when It esmes U celebrate, these two American joint winners of the ItBl Nobel Prise m Physics d« It with a difference. At left, laser pioneer Prof Arthur Schatew of Stanford Ualventty and his wife Anrella toast

Star that is 20 times hotter than sun [ARTICLE]

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Star that is 20 times hotter than sun WASHINGTON, Tues. Astronomers have discovered that a tiny, very dense star called a white dwarf is 20 times hotter than the sun, the National Science Foundation reported yesterday. With a temperature of about 100,000 degrees Celsius, the star is the hottest white

Rapid force 'all set for combat today' [ARTICLE]

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Rapid force 'all set for combat today' WASHINGTON, Tims. THE commander of the Rapid Deployment Force said today he would not hesitate to take US troops assigned to the force "into combat today if the situation demanded." The military units assigned to the Rapid Deployment Force "are more combat ready

Heart swop woman dies [ARTICLE]

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Heart swop woman dies CAPE TOWN, Tues. The first woman m the world to receive a transplanted heart collapsed and died m Cape Town yesterday. The woman, Dorothy Fischer, 50, received the heart m April 1969 The operation, the fifth of its kind m South Africa, was carried out m

Car bomb hits Antwerp diamond district [ARTICLE]

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Car bomb hits Antwerp diamond district ANTWERP, Tues. A car bomb exploded near a synagogue m the city's diamond district early today, killing one woman and injuring between 30 and 50 more people, police said. The blast wrecked a nearby building and shattered windows. The district was cordoned off as

Reagan's final bid to win over senators [ARTICLE]

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Reagan's final bid to win over senators WASHINGTON Tue«. PRESIDENT Ronald Reagan has gained ground m recent days on his proposed US$B.5 million (5J17.6 million) arms deal with Saudi Arabia, and is making a final push to convert at least a few Senate opponents. He planned to meet several other

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No radical changes in Aussie rules [ARTICLE]

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No radical changes in Aussie rules THERE will be no r idi c*J" changes when the Australian Govern n cn t tifktenc its rules on foreign investment m res., esThis assurance *as gives by the Federal Treasurer. Mr John Howard, m an exclusive i itervtew with Business Ti>nes However, he

Cultural show [ARTICLE]

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Cultural show THE Cmraits. National U brary and the Rochorr community centre Indian cultural group will Jointly present cultural show entitled Deepavali Night on Oct 31 m the lecture hall of the National Library The show which begins at 7 p.m., will include sketches, music and dances. Free tickets are

Two 'sons' for the day [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Two 'sons' for the day WITH his arms around John Erich (left) and Noel 'Bing' Tilanduca, foster-father-for-a-day Mr Terry Kein, 56, is all set to take care of his "sons." Mr Kein, a meteorologist, like 114 others, including Wan Hussin, the MP for Kampong Übi, had taken the day off

TWO FIRMS GET $1.2b DEAL FOR PREFAB FLATS [ARTICLE]

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TWO FIRMS GET $1.2 b DEAL FOR PREFAB FLATS The Housing Board has awarded building contracts worth nearly $1.2 billion to two foreign companies to build some 30,000 prefabricated flats over the next few years. The contracts with White Industries, a large Australian construction company, and GTM-Coig-net, a joint venture

Council set up to improve welfare of policemen [ARTICLE]

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Council set up to improve welfare of policemen GERALD PEREIRA By Crme Desk WELFARE services for the Police Force have been reorganised with the setting up of a Police Welfare Council headed by Commissioner of Police Goh Yong Hong. All welfare matters previously dealt with by several small bodies will

ROV rethinks decision on bicycles [ARTICLE]

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ROV rethinks decision on bicycles NGIAM TONG HAI By THE Registry of Vehicles is to reconsider its earlier decision to stop registering bicycles after an appeal from the Singapore Bicycle Dealers Association. The ROY stopped registering bicycles two weeks ago when its number plates were used up. One reason for

Ex-Reds call on comrades to give up [ARTICLE]

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Ex-Reds call on comrades to give up TWO former political detainees have appealed to the youths engaged m subversive activities for the Communist Party of Malaya (CPM) to surrender and return to a normal life. Mr Leow Ah Song and his wife Tan WanNgoh also cautioned young people here to

Man charged with $194,400 robbery [ARTICLE]

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Man charged with $194,400 robbery LIM KOK TIN, 35, was yesterday charged m a magistrate's court with gang robbery involving property worth a total of JIH4OO. The offence is alleged to have been committed with four unknown persons m a house at Sennett Road on Oct 14, at 6.45 a.m.

Condemned [ARTICLE]

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Condemned Their joint statment appears m the latest issue of Chern Sieh Pao, a monthly publication by the Singapore Ex-po-litical Detainees' Association. They said: "We solemnly state here that we are determined to renounce our communist convictions completely. "We strongly condemn the CPM for continuing to carry out its armed

On pugilistics [ARTICLE]

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On pugilistics THE Senior Minister ot Slate (Prime Minisu-.'s Office), Mr Lee Khoon Choy, will open the sixth National Pugilistic Championship at the Gay World stadium on Oct 31 at 7.30 p.m.

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Salvage team at work to refloat stricken ship [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Salvage team at work to refloat stricken ship SALVAGE •porattow U rrflaat a Calame freighter walra expladrd aad r*agkt fire •n Sept 81 la tae SUgap*re k*ra*ar, are experted to be eMnpteted aaawttme today. A aalvage tag, a ftoatiag craae aad barge* are ataagaMe tae rtrtekea veaael Llaa Haa Caeag

Defunct co-op awarded $45,750 [ARTICLE]

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Defunct co-op awarded $45,750 THE Singapore Government Officers 1 Co-opera-tive Housing Society, now under liquidation, was awarded $45,750 damages yesterday in a claim against a former member, Mr Goh Hiap Suan, over his occupation by him of a semi-detached house belonging to the society. The claim, described as the first

SIA comes under attack in the US [ARTICLE]

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SIA comes under attack in the US Airlines accuse it of dumping below-cost tickets SINGAPORE Airlines is under attack again this time from the American front. Barely a few months after the Australian affair, the national flag carrier is being accused by several US airlines of "dumping" unofficial, below-cost tickets.

First airport birth [ARTICLE]

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First airport birth CHANGI Airport had its first, aad unexpected, birth swee Its opening m July whea an Indonesian passenger gave hlrth there last Saaday night. Madam Ida blntl Edeag, 25, suffered labour pains when she was aboard a China AlrUaes aircraft flying m from Mecca. Her husband, Mr Jamaaari

'Tree' day on Nov 1 [ARTICLE]

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'Tree' day on Nov 1 THIS year's Tree Planting Day will be held on Nov 1. As m previous years, MPs will organise tree planting activities for their constituency members. A Ministry of National Development press release said the Parks and Recreation Department will offer ornamental and fruit trees for

Post office to close [ARTICLE]

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Post office to close THE Kampong Glam post office m North Bridge Road will be closed for business from Nov 16. Regular customers can use the Crawford Road post office at Block 15. 4685 Beach Road. Holders of money orders, postal orders, pension vouchers and public assistance allowance drafts with

Couple flown in from HK for hired car case [ARTICLE]

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Couple flown in from HK for hired car case A BRITISH couple holidaying m Hongkong were specially flown m to testify m a court case yesterday against a free lance contractor accused of using a hired car as a taxi. Mr Ronald C. L. Cooke, 51, a ship broker, and

Girl took poison after mum died [ARTICLE]

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Girl took poison after mum died FARM hand, Ng Siew Eng, 18, drank insecticide as she was very depressed after her mother's death, a coroner's court heard yesterday. Ng, who drank the poison on Feb 23 this year, told police m hospital her mother died of cancer m October last

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CHEM+TECH brings together ASEAN and INDIA for unique opportunities of business and co-operation at a special event INDIA-YOUR PARTNER FOR PROGRESS a seminar audio-visual presentation Inauguration by: Hon'ble Mr. N. D. Tiwari, Minister of Industries b Labour. Govt of India on October 22, 1981 at Hotel Hyatt Regency. Singapore Some

Hawkers take supermart challenge in their stride [ARTICLE]

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Hawkers take supermart challenge in their stride HAWKERS m "wetmarkets said yesterday were unperturbed by the challenge that they may face from minisupermarkets and airconditioned grocer shops that a being planned for housing estates m the second half of the 1980s. They are confident that it will be business as

Top of the world feeling for triumphant Alan [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Top of the world feeling for triumphant Alan ALAN HO, 21, knows exactly wh»t It means when NneNe says he feels on top of the world. For that's how he felt when he surveyed the world from atop Mt Klaahata at 44*6 m, the highest mountain In Malaysia. Alas, a

Man sick and depressed after China visit [ARTICLE]

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Man sick and depressed after China visit A TRISHAW rider became sick and depressed after visiting his relatives m China In 1972. a coroner's court heard yesterday. Chief tenant Madam Lim Siew Kirn said this while testifying at an inquiry into the death of Mr Tin On My, 79, who

Sisir course [ARTICLE]

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Sisir course THE Singapore Institute of Standards and Industrial Research will conduct a training course on Ultrasonic Testing of Materials from Nov 16 to Dec 22 m the lecture theatrette on the 3rd floor ot the SISIR building.

Most spastic children are accepted, say parents [ARTICLE]

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Most spastic children are accepted, say parents SEVEN out of every 10 parents of spastic children indicated that their children are accepted by other people through "immense effort" by the parents. The other three say that their children are still being ostracised and ridiculed. There is, therefore, still a need

The role of psychology in helping disabled [ARTICLE]

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The role of psychology in helping disabled A SEMINAR focusing on the need for better aware- ness and understanding of the psychological and social needs of the physical- ly and mentally disabled will be held on Saturday at the Regional Language Centre. The theme of the seminar, organised by the

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Manila tour [ARTICLE]

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Manila tour THE Kallang community centre is organising a trip to the Phillipines from Nov 24 to 30. The fare is $1,156. For details rail XXXXX82 between 3 and 10 p.m.

THE AMOS DAWE CASE I signed blank guarantee form, says witness [ARTICLE]

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THE AMOS DAWE CASE I signed blank guarantee form, says witness WILLIAM LACY, By Our Hongkong Reporter HONGKONG, Tues. An associate of financier Amos Dawe, 46, told a court here today that Dawe told him to sign a blank guarantee form, which was later filled m for US$2O million (SJ4I

Many puzzled by talentime judging [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Many puzzled by talentime judging LEONG WENG KAM By Wide variation m the rating for same singer, say readers THK judging of SBC's Chinese Talentime 1981 came under scrutiny yesterday and the general verdict was one of puzzlement. Viewers and contestants were surprised by the judges' points awards which they

Report for XL on desertion allegations [ARTICLE]

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Report for XL on desertion allegations THE Malaysian High Commission here is forwarding a report to Kuala Lumpur today after claims that a number of Malaysian citizens were held at the Causeway checkpoint on desertion allegations dating back eight years. The High Commission was instructed to investigate after newspaper claims

Timber suit settled for $50,000 [ARTICLE]

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Timber suit settled for $50,000 A CIVIL claim against Malayan Motor and General Underwriters by Lumber Export over a consignment of cargo lost at sea four years ago was settled for $50,000 before Mr Justice Wahab Glows m the High Court on Monday The suit was originally fixed for two

On swimming [ARTICLE]

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On swimming THE Bras Basah community centre youth group will conduct a swimming course (or beginners at the River Valley swimming pool, starting on Nov 5. For more information call XXXXX51

SBC seeks ways to improve Chinese dramas [ARTICLE]

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SBC seeks ways to improve Chinese dramas THE Singapore Broadcasting Corporation (SBC) is thinking of new ways of tapping talent as well as stories from the public to boost its drama production unit. A source told The Straits Times that SBC had informal discussions on plans to introduce: o DUBBING

Boys' Brigade dinner [ARTICLE]

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Boys' Brigade dinner THE 2nd Company. Singapore I Boys' Brigade, will hold its 50th anniversary thanksgiving dinner at Cathay Restaurant on Friday at 7.30 p.m. Interested ex-BB members can call Rev Daniel Tan, tel XXXXX97 or Mr Liau Nyuk Siong, tel XXXXX22 for tickets at $20 each.

SBC dance drama [ARTICLE]

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SBC dance drama SBC and the Ministry of Culture will present a dance drama of the Ramayana by members of Bhaskar's Academy, at the Victoria Theatre on Oct 24 at 7.30 p.m. Tickets cost $3 and $2.

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Aiming to give Singapore star billing [ARTICLE]

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Aiming to give Singapore star billing GROUP PLANS TO DRAW WORLD ENTERTAINERS THE recently formed Entertainment Investors Association of Singapore plans to put Singapore on the international entertainment circuit, with better coordination of those m Singapore's entertainment industry. Their plans include bringing top international stars, and ballet and dance companies

WHERE TO DONATE BLOOD THIS WEEK [ARTICLE]

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WHERE TO DONATE BLOOD THIS WEEK THE public can donate blood at the Chase Manhattan Bank m Yung An Road on Friday from 9.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. And group donation sessions for the coming week will be held at the Singapore Broadcasting Corporation, Caldecott Hill, on Oct 28 from

Camping trip [ARTICLE]

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Camping trip THE Kaki Bukit community centre will organise a weekend camping trip at Taniung Irau on Saturday and Sunday.

Five-year ban on former army driver [ARTICLE]

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Five-year ban on former army driver A FORMER national serviceman, who lost control of an army truck he I was driving along Ayer Rajah Road on May 30, was banned from driving for five years and fined $2,000 by a district judge yesterday for causing the death of a soldier

No bailors so 'walk on fire' wish unfulfilled [ARTICLE]

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No bailors so 'walk on fire' wish unfulfilled A DISTRICT court yesterday called for a corrective training report on labourer Singaram Sundarajoo, whose wish to "walk on fire" went unfulfilled when he could not get anyone to bail him out of remand prison. He pleaded guilty last Wednesday to breaking

INDIAN VIP MEETS AN OLD FRIEND [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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INDIAN VIP MEETS AN OLD FRIEND VISITING Indian VlcePresldrnt Shrl M. Hldayatullah, 71, received warm greetings and an embrace when he visited the Law Faculty of tat, National University of Singapore yester- day. The embrace came from an old friend and former colleague, Prof P. K. Irani, Dean of the

Assn dinner [ARTICLE]

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Assn dinner THE Singapore Quality Reliability Association will hold its annual dinner and dance m conjunction with its 10th anniversary at the Shangri-La Hotel on Nov 6 at 7.30 p.m.

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Two customs officers held [ARTICLE]

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Two customs officers held 53 lakßasa^Uf TWO Malaysian Customs officers have been arrested a soove on corrupt orocen at the Causeway, a spnaeanwn for the National Bureau of Investigations The two officers were detained after NBI men checked a tour bus returnIng from Singapore and found that all 32 passenger*

'No risk from radiation' [ARTICLE]

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'No risk from radiation' TO ULU Klang factory explosion on Sunday has not released any radiation that is potentially dangerous to human beings, the Malaysian Labour and Manpower minister Datuk Richard Ho said m Kuala Lumpur Preliminary findings of the blast, which involved radioactive Krypton gas. has shown that "it

41 govt firms to close shop [ARTICLE]

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41 govt firms to close shop FORTY-ONE companies j and subsidiaries of state economic development corporations (Sedcs) had been closed or were m the process of being shut down due to huge losses and lack of future potentials, the Malaysian Parliament was told yesterday. The deputy Prime 1 Minister, Datuk

MUSA AND THANAT DISCUSS BILATERAL TIES [ARTICLE]

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MUSA AND THANAT DISCUSS BILATERAL TIES KUALA LUMPUR, Tues. Deputy Prime Minister Musa Hitam and visiting Thai Deputy Prime Minister Tun Dr Thanat Khornan today discussed the possibility of strengthening relations between the two countries. In their 45-minute meeting, they also discussed the situation m Cambodia and the progress m

Full benefits [ARTICLE]

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Full benefits Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad, who opened the forum today, said Asean countries must come up with an attractive packaging and more aggressive marketing of efficiently-run tours to reap the full benefits of the tourism trade. All Asean member countries had great potential to expand their

Killer tiger shot dead [ARTICLE]

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Killer tiger shot dead KUALA LJPIS, Tues. The killer tiger which ate an Orang Asli woman and her two-year-old son In Kampung Chuat Kechua about 48 km from here was shot dead yesterday. Some hair and bones found m the stomach of the tiger were believed to be that of

'Bahasa test for lawyers' plan to go before cabinet [ARTICLE]

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'Bahasa test for lawyers' plan to go before cabinet KUALA LUMPUR, Tim*. THE Malaysian Government will submit to the cabinet a proposal requiring lawyers seeking admission to the local Bar to pass a Bahasa Malaysia test. Deputy Minister m the Prime Minister's Department. Mr Abdullah Abdul Rahman said today m

Satisfactory [ARTICLE]

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Satisfactory On the new directive that Bahasa Malaysia should be used wherever possible m the legal matters, Datuk Abdullah said this had been carried out satisfactorily and the government is studying further development. The directive required ALL letters on the matters of legal administration be written m Bahasa Malaysia; EVIDENCE

Arrests will boost Watan, says Khir [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Arrests will boost Watan, says Khir KUALA LUMPUR, Tuesday WATAN'S chairman Mr Khir Johari yesterday said the arrest of the paper's co-owner Datuk Abdul Aziz Ahmad and acting editor Abdul Halim Ma h mud under the Internal Security Act will not affect the paper but wo Id instead boost the

Recycling wastes for energy needs [ARTICLE]

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Recycling wastes for energy needs KUALA LUMPUR, Tues. The increasing energy needs of South-east Asia could best be met through conversion of agricultural, animal and industrial wastes into energy Malaysian Minister for Science, Technology and the Environment, Tan Sri Ong Kee Hui, said today. Speaking to reporters after opening a

Illegal workers sent back to Indonesia [ARTICLE]

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Illegal workers sent back to Indonesia JAKARTA, Taes. Sprclal Malaysia* pallee MtherMea have seat bark It* Isdeaestea warfcen fer Illegal eatry late Malaysia sum* April threat* Aagast this year, Aatara news &gottcy reported today. Meat ef the werkers came frem Seath 8a- Uweal awl the Leaser KwmU Islands, AnUrm MM,

FOUR SCHOOLGIRLS IN SEX SCANDAL SACKED [ARTICLE]

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FOUR SCHOOLGIRLS IN SEX SCANDAL SACKED JOHORE BARU, Tues. The four Malaysian secondary schoolgirls, involved m a sex scandal m Kluang recently, have been expelled. Director-General of Education, Tan Sri Haji Murad Mohamed Noor. said the Education Ministry was satisfied with the Johore Education Department's report on the vice activities

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The Mitsubishi Lancer. Even the styling lasts a longtime. We resisted the temptation to change the styling for the new 1982 Mitsubishi Lancer. After all, this design won acclaim the world over from the time of its launch. The Lancer is considered one of the most elegant family cars on

The Straits Times WEDNESDAY,OCTOBER 21,1981 CASE FOR 'WET' [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times WEDNESDAY,OCTOBER 21,1981 CASE FOR 'WET' ARE the days of another familiar institution numbered? Possibly, if the recommendations of a special Ministry of Environment committee on the shape of future HDB markets are accepted. The committee seems to think that "wet markets" will be an anachronism in the

DISCORDANT NOTES [ARTICLE]

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DISCORDANT NOTES THE finalists have each sung their song, the prizes have been given away and the judges have gone home, but apparently, the contest is not yet over for some. There are complaints about the inconsistency of points awarded by some of the judges in Sunday night's Chinese talentime

An English swan-song [ARTICLE]

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An English swan-song ANDREW LESLIE Oddities m Language By THIS will be my final column m this particular space For one and a half years now, I have been pontificating on Singapore English, and enough is enough So, for my swan-song (a phrase which derives from a peculiar old myth

High stakes at Cancun for rich and poor nations [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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High stakes at Cancun for rich and poor nations BERNARD NOSSITER By m NEW YORK 4 The world economy is rigged against developing countries, producers largely of raw materials. They sell their coffee, copper, cocoa and the rest in largely competitive markets. But they buy generators, autos, earth-moving equipment and

Exploiting the Third World's food resources [ARTICLE]

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Exploiting the Third World's food resources RICHARD NORTON-TAYLOR By WHILE industry m the West struggles to survive the recession, trade m the most basic of all products grain is booming. The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation has just forecast a record year for grain trade, and the Reagan Administration, has

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FORUM

Misleading to talk of science as second-rate course [LETTER]

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Misleading to talk of science as second-rate course COMPARISONS OF ENTRANTS TO UK UNIVERSITIES AND SU IN an article entitled •What The Jitters!" (ST. Oct 10), it was said that doing weU m the "A" levels means being allowed to do medicine, law, engineering or dentistry... and scoring less than

Where non-combat NS men can be better used [LETTER]

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Where non-combat NS men can be better used I REFER to the letter SAF needs all who are fit" (ST, Oct 13). While it may be a valid argument that "servicemen fit for combat duties are needed m the Singapore Armed Forces to meet its operational requirements, Major Martin Choo

Case of the missing witnesses [LETTER]

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Case of the missing witnesses IN December last year, my wife and two children were returning m their car when she was involved m an accident m front of the then Orchard Road Police Station at Paterson Road. My wife was cut on the palm. An ambulance was called and

Questioning safety of seat-belts [LETTER + ILLUSTRATION]

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Questioning safety of seat-belts I WOULD like to know how safe a seat-belt is required to be. I have been driving several models of a Japanese car which are fitted with the "inertia" type seat-belts. From what I know of "inertia" seat-belts m other cars, they should "lock" when drawn

Fallacy to stress only traded services [LETTER]

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Fallacy to stress only traded services IN their recent reply (ST, Oct 5), Drs Pang Eng Fong and Linda Lim assert that "m a situation of domestic resource constraints, it is naive to argue that all high value-added activities, whether m manufacturing or services, should be encouraged." A simple application

Anti-cancer drug [LETTER]

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Anti-cancer drug I READ with interest a report about Dr Chisato Ma ruyamas wonder cancer drug, Maniyama vaccine (ST, May 28). After IS years of clinical use and h«<*<ring from the medical profession, the vaccine has gained the Japanese Health Ministry's approval for it to be administered nationwide on an

Showing that you care [LETTER]

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Showing that you care THIS is an appeal from the Humane Society to everyone who cares about animals. You must educate those around you on behalf of the creatures who cannot speak for themselves. When you come across someone hurting a defenceless being, whether human, plant or animal, it is

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Report 'warehouse-homes' [LETTER]

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Report 'warehouse-homes' WE WISH to assure JLY ("Time to stop use of houses for storing gopds," ST, Sept 7) that the BCD does not condone the use of private residences as warehouses. If any are being so used, it is without the knowledge of the BCD. We would appreciate JLY's

Traffic control [LETTER]

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Traffic control WE WOULD like to thank "Concerned Motorist" for suggesting that a signboard "Accident ahead, please detour" be placed before every entrance to an expressway to alert motorists when an accident has taken place (ST, Aug 22). The PWD will soon be making a study of proper expressway access

Getting rid of rats [LETTER]

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Getting rid of rats PLEASE refer to the complaint by Allen Kee (ST, Sept 30) on rat infestation at Moh Guan Terrace. We have checked the area and found rodent infestations at Blocks 43 and 44, Moh Guan Terrace. The Housing Board will be taking steps to exterminate the rats

Close check on piling [LETTER]

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Close check on piling PLEASE refer to the letter by "Helpless Person" (ST, Sept 30). Officers from our ministry keep a close check on the noise and smoke nuisances created at construction sites where piling works are carried out. The contractor at the site next to Yen San Building was

That noise nuisance [LETTER]

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That noise nuisance PLEASE refer to the letter by "Mabok-lah" on noise nuisance (ST, Oct 6). Our oficers checked the electronics factory at Lorong 3, Toa Payoh and found that a defect m the cooling system of the air-conditioning plant had caused the noise. The management of the factory has

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BACKGROUND

US-China relations will hinge on arms sales issue [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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US-China relations will hinge on arms sales issue LESLIE H. GELB By m Washington 4 Beijing is refusing even to discuss the package for fear of being trapped into accepting the sale of the new American FX fighter aircraft to Taiwan as a quid pro quo. Beijing also continues to

Rumblings of Japan-EEC trade war [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Rumblings of Japan-EEC trade war GILEB MERRITT By m Brussels JAPAN and the EEC may be moving from conversation to confrontation over the highlycharged issues of Japan's persistent and growing trade- surplus and the damage being done by its exports to Europe's recession-hit industries. Instead of talking with one another,

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TIMES BUSINESS

NEWSBRIEFS

Gold seminar [ARTICLE]

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Gold seminar THE Gold Exchange of Singapore (GES) will hold a one-day seminar on Nov 21 at the Hyatt Hotel. The morning session will discuss the fundamental aspects of gold and will hear papers cm "The prospects for gold m the early '8&s and its monetary role"; and "Prospects for

British and Malayan [ARTICLE]

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British and Malayan BRITISH and Malayan Trustees Ltd has given notice that its annual general meeting will be held on Nov 16 at noon at its registered office m Grand Building, Philip Street. The directors have recommended a dividend of 25 per cent, less 40 per cent tax, m respect

Sim Lim [ARTICLE]

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Sim Lim SIM LIM Investments has told the Stock Exchange of Singapore that consideration for the sale of its investment m Nadefinco Ltd was arrived at on a willing-seller-willing-buyer basis. It also informed the Exchange that no extraordinary general meeting would be held as the investment amounted to less than

Malaysian Feedmills [ARTICLE]

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Malaysian Feedmills MALAYSIAN Feedmills Limited yesterday asked the Stock Exchange of Singapore to suspend trading of its shares from today, pending an announcement to be made shortly.

International

Gulf Omart talks [ARTICLE]

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Gulf Omart talks RIDYAH, Tues. Industry ministers of the sixnation Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) met here yesterday to hammer out plans for industrial coordination and to lay down bases for a Gulf common market. The GCC, formed last May, is a regional pact for economic cooperation, political solidarity and collective

Swiss bank suspended [ARTICLE]

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Swiss bank suspended WASHINGTON, Tues. The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) yesterday announced that a Swiss bank has been barred from trading m US commodity markets for X days for refusing to turn over its customers' silver futures positions. The action followed a judge's finding that the commission had jurisdiction

Slower growth [ARTICLE]

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Slower growth HAMBURG, Tues. Japan will experience slower economic growth this year, a Hamburg economic research institute report said today. The report predicted that Japan's gross national product m 1961 would be between 3 and 3.5 per cent, compared with 4.2 per cent m 1960 and 5.6 per cent m

Sony to appeal [ARTICLE]

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Sony to appeal TOKYO, Tues. Sony Corp., Japan's top electrical appliance maker, said today that the firm will appeal against an American court ruling that taping copyright movies and TV programmes for personal use is illegal. Sony will fight to the last moment, said managing director Naozo Mabuchi. The US

121 computer firms under same roof [ARTICLE]

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121 computer firms under same roof COMPUTA 81, which opens today, brings together 121 manufacturers and suppliers of computers and computer peripherals from some 11 countries. A wide range of hard and software will be on display, including mainframes, mini and micro computers, terminals, software packages and services, word processing

ABS calls for review of Banking Act [ARTICLE]

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ABS calls for review of Banking Act CONRAD RAJ PRE-BUDGET SUBMISSIONS By THE Association of Banks m Singapore m its pre- Budget submissions to Trade and Industry Minister Dr Tony Tan has called for the review of certain sections of the Banking Act to strengthen the Republic's position as a

Finance firm to play more dynamic role [ARTICLE]

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Finance firm to play more dynamic role LEE YEW MENG By SINGAPURA Building Society (SBS) is shedding its conservative image under the new management of the See Hoy Chan group which took control of the finance company late last year. For a start, it opened a new branch in Geylang

SOFTWARE BOON FOR APPLE USERS? [ARTICLE]

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SOFTWARE BOON FOR APPLE USERS? THE Singapore Microcomputer Society (SMS) has applied for membership m the International Apple Core so that its Apple members can have access to "public domain software". For the International Apple Core provides such software, numbering hundreds of diskettes, for its members worldwide. With the support

Britain to sell majority stake in BNOC [ARTICLE]

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Britain to sell majority stake in BNOC LONDON, Tues The government has announced plans to sell state-owned oil and gas interests In the North Sea m a massive denationalisation move which could yield the hard-pressed Treasury £1.600 million (556,080). The sale of a majority stake m the British National Oil

Market Highlights

Small buying support quiet trading [ARTICLE]

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Small buying support quiet trading SINGAPORE: Snare prices claaed higher on small baying sappsrt m qalet selective trading The Straits Times Industrials Index r«ae 1.5» palntf* to MS.J4. Xl ALA LUMPUR: Tke stack market saw aaetker qalet aesslea, cleslag on a mixed Bete la slightly thinner tradnm At tke clese

CHIEF PRICE CHANGES

Rises [ARTICLE]

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Rises Sugar. 123* long l.eong Ind 1020 lerjunlm 750 ICBC «TO lilti Fa ills 2S8 M C 390 111 980 fetro HMf* 780 Properties 520 lei Properties 520 ivn Resins 380 I P Textile ITS linds Hides 112 30 25 20 15 15 IJ 10 10 10 10 10 8

Falls [ARTICLE]

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Falls «i b Inlracu r«««k Cement ir«nd Ccmtral MaUkoff 330 320 470 3M 282 -4ft -XI -20 -18 -18

VOLUME LEADERS [ARTICLE]

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VOLUME LEADERS Merlin <U1 im!ooo 135.000 32.000 City Dev otal turnover: 3.06m 'oul value: $11. 45m 123.000

Indices [ARTICLE]

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Indices Mis: Indicator: ustrtals: a nee eU ipertte*: tings: nUUoits: BC: 5 tad: XXXXX6 U356( XXXXX 643.XXXXX19 1351* 997 45 993.XXXXX8 634.8! 327.41 327.91 896.09 894.81 624.66 626.51 567.20 570.7;

ST INDUSTRIALS INDEX COMPONENTS [ARTICLE]

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ST INDUSTRIALS INDEX COMPONENTS BimMM -A SembShlp C*C -2 OmlueM -5 NBT +1 Bhcll CCM (iatkrfe BM Nat Iran Slmr Darby (Mttnp +2 Haw Par +3 PMC +12 81 SteuMbip DuhpM -4 Paa-Bee +4 Perlte PUat 4 2 St Trarflmx +5 Em* iMhnpeßM +2 Prim. 13 TiaaPib +4 FAN 2

Singapore closing prices [ARTICLE]

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Singapore closing prices IMll stKI\l OMMHO IM IWII I «.l Din 11.(1. In. lo. M S.I, Nrl V t Vol I-OOO) Hick Law «M at Acm» 2S2xd unrh 14 5 US lit Alcom 11} 48 Mt ISO Allied Choc ISO -2 70 J1J ISO BAT 180rd 45 5 4» as

OVERSEAS MARKETS

Hongkong [ARTICLE]

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Hongkong HONGKONG: The stock market closed unchanged to slightly lower yesterday, with both buyers and sellers adopting a wait-and-see attitude in the absence of fresh factors, dealers said. Trading was quiet throughout the session. The Hang Sens index fell a marginal 3.15 points to 1227.72, following Monday's 18 6 point

Sydney [ARTICLE]

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Sydney SYDNEY Bargain-hunting among major resource stocks helped lilt the share market off a 16-month low yesterday, but trading remained cautious as traders took note of President Reagan's admission that the US economy is in a slight recession, dealers said. BHP, recently depressed, led the turnaround with a 26 cent

Market sentiment turns better [ARTICLE]

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Market sentiment turns better THE stock market Impreved slightly yesterday wttk Ike Straits Times taMritl lodex cleslag til pelat higher U MJ.J4. Hewever, ealy a lew selected rHitrn saw say slgnlflraat price imilk VelaBM wm rtUJ tow. OpralBK prices were ■lied U easier. 8«ae ■kira started at tkdr ever■Igkt levek,

BUSINESS DONE Singapore [ARTICLE]

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BUSINESS DONE Singapore BID and offer price* officially lined and business to and reported to the Stock Exchange of Singapore yesterday with the number of sharaa traded «hown In brackets In Ml of 1,000 units unless otherwise specified. All Time* Settlement Contracts are quoted after the world "sett". Big Board

Also steadier in KL [ARTICLE]

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Also steadier in KL THE Kuala Lumpur stock market saw another quiet session yesterday closing on a mixed note in slightly thinner trading. Industrial and tin issues were marginally higher, the latter extending Monday's gains. But property and finance counters remained easier on some mild liquidation! On balance, losses led

UNIT TRUSTS [ARTICLE]

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UNIT TRUSTS SINGAPOU UNIT TBIWT (M«—f>f«' prim tar Oet n> TV Comm«rcc 2 79 2.13 TV Savings Fund 1 S3 1.71 Spore Prog Fund 1.22 1.2ttxd S'pore Sec Fund 1 87 1 96 S pore Invest Fund OK 1.01 Spore Equity Fund 1 21 1.27 ASIA unit nun (IwtM'priwttMtl) Mai

Rites [ARTICLE]

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Rites SgBesi C Sugars Kent (M) K Amal L'td Malacca Idris Hyd Berjuntal VtUInd •U. Ind PMC, iyn Resins jadek 8.00 13.40 5.50 7.45 360 8 20 8.30 10.70 11.10 4.24 4.00 2 60 3.90 .40 .40 .35 .25 .20 J0 .20 .20 .20 .16 .12 .10 .10

Falls [ARTICLE]

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Falls It Semb I Keramal Corp "A" Banking I L Finance I A A U and Pen 4 10 11.80 3.50 6 10 6.30 378 5 90 2.10 -.30 22 -.20 -.20 -.12 -.10

"Kuala Lumpur [ARTICLE]

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"Kuala Lumpur BID and offer prices officially listed i and hiilnri In and reported to the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange yesterday, with the number of snares traded shown In brackets In loo of 1.000 units unless otherwise specified INDUSTRIALS AJeaa (1 JOB) (1) l.U (2) 1 16 (1) 1.20 xri

KL SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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KL SCOREBOARD Industrials Plnaace Hotels Up 29 3 Down 31 4 Inch 21 1 1 Properties Oil Palms Tins I rubbers C rubbers Deb/LMas 1 3 7 3 5 2 2 6 2 2 3

COMMODITIES

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES CHINESE Pr«4are Exehaage, fBigapiii, <*••«■« prim per lMkg yesterday. CMMt ail: Bulk fob $XXXXX sellers, old drum (in second hand drum) fob $122 00 sellers, new drum fob $126 00 sellers. C«pr»: Mixed (loose) $57 buyers. Pepper: Muntok white pepper fob Asta NLW $380.00 sellers, Sarawak white pepper

TIN [ARTICLE]

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TIN THE STRAITS tinprice was unchanged at Mtfc 60 per kilo in Penang yesterday, on an official offering down 15 tonnes to 165 tonnes. The overnight London market was barely steady, with forward buyers down £4 to £8,361 per tonne. LONDON: The tin market was well maintained during the afternoon

PALM OIL [ARTICLE]

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PALM OIL I KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian crude palm oil market closed slightly lower in quiet trading yesterday, dealers said. October closed unchanged at MJ930 per tonne in the central region, while November slipped $1 50 to $926 The refined market was quiet on lack of overseas inter(Prices in M$

COPPER [ARTICLE]

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COPPER LONDON: Copper prices on Monday (previous In brackets). Wlrebar Spot C897 50 EM2 50); seller! £898.50 (£MS.W); Three Month buyer* 1*25 00 OKU); sellers £92(00 (£921.00) Harfcit Im: Steady Satas: 17.5M

Silver quotes [ARTICLE]

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Silver quotes New York 9 13B 9.3TB 9 33S 9.57S Zurich 9.1TB 9 «B 937S IBS TMi Ma Slng.pore 910B 9JSB 930S 9.S6S Clo^ng prtc«« In US dollar* a troy ounce tarn: Cnm Mm, 8fn.

RUBBER [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES In the Singapore rubber market closed slightly tower yesterday, with November RSS One buyen quoted at XXXXX ccsfts per kilo, down 3 .00 cents on Monday's close, dealers mid. Mcf*i prices were ■artwd down about 200 cento ob lack of follow ttroagh buying support despite many attempts to

SSR and SMR [ARTICLE]

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SSR and SMR KBBLB IMKCV >MRL Mk IMKCP nan .MH* N«*«aWr DtMabw (Carnal MU) lT.rw.nd Mta) ■ajr«n H*IUn kajrm Ballara lluapallM) l«150 1MS0N 1U.60 1M SON (1-MapalM) 1M.W W1J0N ]«60 l(2.aON ll-wpdbll 214.00 216 OON XXXXX 217 «N llloapaBMI J11.00 21J.00N 112.00 214 00N 11-uapalM) 1M0O 1M00N l»7 00 1M00N

GOLD [ARTICLE]

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GOLD THE KILOBAR market (or gold deliverable In Singapore Of**** M B9.5C0 and closed at OS.425 yester d«y In the Par East, gold opened at USWOO 438.00 and wit traded Iomt to ckae at $4X00 XXXXX at mld-dajr It re-opened at 1436 00 437 X and doted fractionally higher at

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES Rubber Oct 20 Singapore: Nov: 191.00 cent* (down 3.00 cents) Malay *ia: Nov: 228.00 cent* (up 1.00 cent) Tin: M $35.60 per kilo (unchanged) Official offering: 16S tonnes (down 15 tonnes)

Money and exchanges

NOMINAL RATES [ARTICLE]

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NOMINAL RATES ASIAN currency deposit Interbank rates as at close on Oct 20. Closing Asian dollar certificates of deposit for prime names on Oct 20: qvotod pMterday (cro««)|Milty ehmng* [j»c*l <UIUn. to mw inll af terdga rarMfl US dollar 2.0875 2.0885 2.8196 -25.96 sterling pound 3.8420 3.8475 7.3469 -47.71 MistraUan

Discount [ARTICLE]

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Discount RANGE of price* offered by dl<count boum on Ort X: Overnight: 7* Call dtposiU: V*% to 7% CWmuu B«>1b« 8*lttag 3-month T reasury bills 6H 6U 3-month BankbllU 14 3/16 141/16 3 months CD 13M 13 H months CD 13 13H 8w«: Nnn—il DhuiMl C*.

Money market [ARTICLE]

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Money market Closing Interim* ratei for Singapore dollan on Oct 10: Oder Bid Overnight 1 H 1 month 13 > U 2 month* 13H u 3 month* UH !3' Overnight mode 7

Prime lending rates [ARTICLE]

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Prime lending rates THE avenge rate at wkksh majar Hagapare hub are earreatty prepared to lead to Uwtr beat eutomen It 15.fi per cent. j

OVERSEAS MARKETS

Tokyo [ARTICLE]

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Tokyo TOKYO: Share prices closed higher yesterday, in fairly active trading on renewed buying by institutional investors and corporations, more than offsetIng heavy morning looes, dealers «ai<J Jm Mi I O_— I Mi a __________Z M» aMM 4M ■—a __Z i?i -1 M aneto 4-1 9 in atiM m >

New York [ARTICLE]

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New York NEW YORK. Moo. President Reagan's statement that the economy la in a "mild recession" and a large rise in money supply reported on Friday sent stocks (ailing. Analysts, however, said that the decline was stemmed late in the day by the 1.7 per cent decline in housing starts

London [ARTICLE]

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London LONDON, Tues. Equities closed firmer in moderate trading today, as sentiment was encouraged by the presence of an overseas institutional buyer, dealers said. At 3pm the Financial Times Index was up 9.8 points at 474.1. Oils featured, supported by tension in the Middle East and a possible Opec unified

Selected indices [ARTICLE]

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Selected indices FINANCIAL TIMES INDUSTRIALS Monday 464.3 Friday 403.4 Week Ago 491.0 DOW JONES AVERAGE INDUSTRIALS Monday 847 13 Friday XXXXX Week Ago 869.48 H.K.HANG SENG Tuesday 1227 72 Monday 1230.87 Week Ago 1312.97 AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIALS Tuesday 680.8 Monday 684.8 Week Ago 691.0 ALL ORDINARIES Tuesday 566.3 Monday 565.4 Week

Amsterdam [ARTICLE]

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Amsterdam AMSTERDAM, Mon. Share prices were mixed to lower yesterday, with Iml Datck losing 1.10 and KLM up 0.30 guilders in an otherwise steady to easier Dutch internationals, dealers said. Publisher Etaevto (ell 7.50 while in lower banks, NMB lost two and in investment funds, IUUmm feU 1.80. HBG added

Zurich [ARTICLE]

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Zurich ZURICH. Mon. Share prices closed lower m low volume as buyers held back from a generally weak market, dealers said. Neither the US dollar on the foreign exchange markets nor the Euro-franc rates were significantly changed from Fridays, they added The change of party leader snip In Poland added

Manila [ARTICLE]

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Manila MANILA: The stock market closed lower across the board yesterday, as turnover (ell to 935,00 pesos from 1.6 millon on Monday, dealers said. .cox Mining JM4 iUu Coo A lUas Coo B. HJD lafulo OoM MnciMt Con B JU» \T Ooodrteh 11L0O BCP XM andoil unch ♦OJ unch unch

Bangkok [ARTICLE]

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Bangkok Asia Fibre Aruttiaia In*. And Tnat Bangkok Bank ZM Bant Of Ajrudhajs LM 1M B»m Juekar Tnaroonc Thai Industrial rinan 0« Corp ffl nutuuonj -Oi unch uneb unch Coim«ues inwnuuonaJ Tni81 And FMlUm* Tow*. SJJ6 tana Union Blam Omrat Stun at; C«D*nt South Ait* nbn a Thai Dtnu Bulk

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TIMES BUSINESS

Commons debates Companies Bill [ARTICLE]

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Commons debates Companies Bill LONDON, Taes. A aew rinpi*! BUI, belag e>bat*d la the Hnk M Cnumm, will make It a criminal of feace far indlvMuls wlm art together to acquire more than a i-per-coat stoke la a British ptmpM) wlthaat dlsrlwdaVthrtr pasttle*. This sew •fleaee, Insertea tmtig many nevpl

Permodalan set to do battle [ARTICLE]

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Permodalan set to do battle BID FOR CONTROL OF AMC A BATTLE is shaping up between Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB) and East German industrial group Preussag AG over Amalgam mated Metal Corporation (AMC), the London company which controls Datuk Keramat Holdings. Geneva-based Trade Development Bank, acting on behalf of PNB,

New Thomas Cook cheques [ARTICLE]

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New Thomas Cook cheques THOMAS Cook, which has branches m Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, is to launch a new multi-curren-cy range of travellers' cheques which will incorporate both the Euro-Tra-vellers' Cheque (ETC) and Thomas Cook name and logo. Midland Bank, which owns Thomas Cook, announced this yesterday. It said the

$8.5 m loan [ARTICLE]

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$8.5 m loan MANILA, Tues. The Asian Development Bank (A DB) today announced approval of a US$4.l million ($8.52 million) loan to South Korea to help the government draw up an anti-pollution plan for the Han River basin industrial area.

ECICS to seek Japanese expertise? [ARTICLE]

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ECICS to seek Japanese expertise? A CONCERTED attempt is now being made to draw the Japanese manufacturing community into the local export credit insurance (old. It is understood that the Export Credit Insurance Corporation of Singapore (ECICS) is thinking of appointing Comes, a large trading and insurance group m Japan,

Malaysian tin outlook bleak, say geologists [ARTICLE]

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Malaysian tin outlook bleak, say geologists SOH TIANG KENG By Our Reporter KUALA LUMPUR, Tues. Two Malaysian geologists nave warned that the long-term prospects for tin production m the country are indeed bleak. Known reserves, they said, are being depleted faster than they are being replaced. The geologists, Mr Senathi

Rubber producers want higher prices [ARTICLE]

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Rubber producers want higher prices RUBBER producers will renew their call for an upward revision of the buffer stock price range when the International Natural Rubber Council meets m Kuala Lumpur next month, Primary Industries Minister Datuk Leong Knee Seong said yesterday. He said that the price range needed to

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TIMESPORT PAGE ONE

Four top teams vie for honours [ARTICLE]

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Four top teams vie for honours PARIS, Tues. Three encounters, featuring the best of European soccer, highlight the secondround first-leg matches m the three European Cup tournaments tonight and tomorrow. Holders Liverpool i travel to Holland where the shock-troopers of last year, AZ'67 Alkmaar, will provide a stern test. Alkmaar

Scots plan stint in Portugal [ARTICLE]

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Scots plan stint in Portugal LONDON, Tues. The Scottish soccer team will prepare for next year'sworld Cup finals m Spain m the warm atmosphee of the Portuguese Algarve. The Scottish team clinched their qualifying berth for the World Cup after a goalless draw with Northern Ireland last Wednesday. Scottish manager

Ray of hope for former champion Elena [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ray of hope for former champion Elena MOSCOW, Toe*. Soviet gymnast Eelena Mukhin*. the lfffl worl-1 champien, wk« was crippled by training accident hut befere last year's Olympic Games, Is still paralysed la hospital, bat doctors hope she may one day partially recover, Pravda reported yesterday. Prof Arkady Llfshlta, the

Lendl, McEnroe retain positions in GP standings [ARTICLE]

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Lendl, McEnroe retain positions in GP standings TENNIS ROUND-UP PARIS. Tues. Czechoslovak Ivan Lendl and American John McEnroe retained their positions as No. 1 and No. 2 respectively m the men's tennis Grand Prix points standings, with weekened wins. Lendl won the Swiss indoor title when he beat Argentinian Jose-Luis

Kite soars to top money winner title [ARTICLE]

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Kite soars to top money winner title PONTE VEDRA, Tues. Tom Kite, a 31-year-old Texan, won the United States golf money -winning title for 1981 with earnings of UXXXXX,699 ($781,268) as Tom Watson failed m his bid to head the list for the fifth successive year. Kite collected US$ll,6OO for

Celtic soccer star Doyle dies [ARTICLE]

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Celtic soccer star Doyle dies GLASGOW, Tues. Glasgow Celtic soccer star Johnny Doyle died at his home m a tragic accident yesterday. Doyle, 32, had been doing some electrical work at his Kilmarnock home when, it is understood, he accidentally touched a live power cable. Married with two young children,

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TIMESPORT PAGE TWO

Archers axed from SEA Games list [ARTICLE]

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Archers axed from SEA Games list PETER SIOW By ARCHERY has been axed from the Singapore contingent for the Manila South-east Asia Games m December. The decision was taken after the Singapore National Olympic Council selection committee, headed by Mr E. W. Barker, the Minister for Law, met officials of

Javed confident of victory in Australia [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Javed confident of victory in Australia GODFREY ROBERT By THE shoulder-length hair is missing, the replies are no more monosyllabic and the infectious smile has given way to serious stares. Yet. Javed Miandad has grown. Five years ago, m December 19T6, when I interviewed the Pakistani cricketer at the Sea

Fate of tour lies with Mrs Gandhi [ARTICLE]

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Fate of tour lies with Mrs Gandhi NEW DELHI. Tues. Indian Prime Minsiter Indira Gandhi is expected to give the final word on the forthcoming politics-mar-red Test cricket series between England and India. The England team, scheduled to arrive m India next month, have come up against a wall of

Marshall knocks century as West Indies draw [ARTICLE]

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Marshall knocks century as West Indies draw BULAWAYO, Tues. The West Indies cricket team and hosts Zimbabwe settled for a tame draw on the final day of their three-day match here yesterday. Facing a first innings deficit of 64, the tourists resumed their second innings yesterday morning on 92 for

BRIEFS

Obsolete [ARTICLE]

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Obsolete ASIAN GAMES The North Korean capital of Pyongyang has been virtually ruled out as the possible site for the 1986 Asian Games as sports facilities there are poor and obsolete. The other candidates for the 1986 are South Korean capital Seoul an Iraq's Baghdad.

England 5-0 [ARTICLE]

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England 5-0 BADMINTON: England defeated Sweden 5-0 m a friendly match at Chester. Results (English first): K. Jolly beat T. Kihlstrom 15-4, 15-12: S. Baddeley bt T. Petersson 15-7, 15-11; N. Yates bt U. Johansson 15-5. 18-14; M. Tredgett and M. Dew bt T. Kihlstrom and S. Karlsson 157, 15-5;

Dodgers' title [ARTICLE]

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Dodgers' title BASEBALL: The Los AnK'les Dodgers edged out The ontreal Expos 2-1 m Montreal for a 3-2 win m the best-of-five American National League championship.

Challenge [ARTICLE]

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Challenge BOXING: Japan's Katsuo Tokashiki will challenge World Boxing Association light-fly-weight champion Kirn Kwan Jin, of South Korea, m Japan on Dec 16.

Filling in [ARTICLE]

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Filling in Lucien Rodriguez, of France, and Felipe Rodriguez, of Spain, are to fight m Paris on Nov. 26 for the vacant European heavyweight championship.

Title bout [ARTICLE]

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Title bout South Africa's featherweight champion, Bashew Sibaca. will meet the WBA title-holder. Eusebio Pedroza, m Panama City late next month.

Double aim [ARTICLE]

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Double aim JUDO: Double world titleholder Yasuhiro Yamashita, of Japan, has entered m the Open and the Over-96 kilo categories of the Japan International tournament m Tokyo on Nov. 14 and IS.

Triple joy [ARTICLE]

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Triple joy RUGBY The three aborigine Ella brothers have been called up by Australia for the second match of their England tout against Oxford University m London today.

Qualifiers [ARTICLE]

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Qualifiers VOLLEYBALL Mexico, Argentina, South Korea, Cuba, Japan. Brazil, Peru and China qualified (or the semi-finals of the women's world championships m Mexico City. Results: Mexico bt India 3-0, Argentina bt Australia 3-0, South Korea bt Canada 34. Cuba bt Spain 3-0. Japan bt Brazil 3-1, Peru bt Russia 34,

Waltze wins [ARTICLE]

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Waltze wins WINDSURFING American Mike Waltze won the freestyle and slalom events m the world championships m Japan.

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TIMESPORT PAGE THREE

Now it's just a memory... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Now it's just a memory... EQUESTRIENNE .bour-time classic winner Jumbo Jet spends his sunset years m tranquil surroundings By 4 After aavtag wm my Brat etassfc la lttsTl had a series af plarrags la classic races. Bit Jamb* Jet ranged It All. Tkto berse bre««lit me fame aad fertaae, keta

Siapa Rajah to take on Aga Khan's Vayrann [ARTICLE]

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Siapa Rajah to take on Aga Khan's Vayrann LAUKEL (Maryland), Taes. Singapore's pride, Slapa Rajah hi, wh« flew off yesterday to take part la the USS?St,IM (SSUMM) Washington uteraatteaal Invitation at Laurel Park •n Nov 7, will be eampetlag with tap stayers, two of wham won races last weekend. The

Insider does winning gallop on good track [ARTICLE]

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Insider does winning gallop on good track PENANG, Tues The departure of horses trained by Ivan Allan and Gary van Breukelen back to their stables m Singapore will reduce the fields somewhat for this weekend's racing. Very few horses came out for fast gallops this morning and most of them

PTC move lauded [ARTICLE]

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PTC move lauded TIPTOP By PENANG, Tues The Penang Turf Club should be commended for its action m restricting the number of visiting jockeys riding at its present race meeting. Only two foreign jockeys were given local riding permits Chris Gwilliam and Rod Dakwins. By adopting such a move, the

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Singapore out to 'scalp' Koreans [ARTICLE]

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Singapore out to 'scalp' Koreans HONGKONG. Tues. Singapore take on South Korea, the surprise team of the Junior World Cup Australasian Zone qualifying hockey tournament at the King's Park Stadium here tomorrow :3 pm), reports B. MANOUAJ. Singapore know that anything less than a victory could end their hopes of

Japanese have to slog for 2-0 victory [ARTICLE]

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Japanese have to slog for 2-0 victory R. MANORAJ By HONGKONG, Tues. Ji their fading fortunes, st before beating fast-impro Junior World Cup Aust] apan, deperate to revive xuggled for long periods Dying China 2-0 m today's ralasian Zone qualifying hockey match. The men from the Land of the Rising

FAS call FRAS for meeting today [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FAS call FRAS for meeting today JOE DORAI By THE Football Association of Singapore have called for a meeting with the Football Referees Association of Singapore today to iron out a number of refereeing problems m League matches. The situation has come to a head because of numerous complaints from

Eight national teams in King's Cup [ARTICLE]

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Eight national teams in King's Cup EIGHT of the 13 teams in the King's Cup soccer tournament in Bangkok from Nov. S24 will be national sides, reports JOE iDORAI. The national teams a"e North Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, India, Pakistan South Korea and Indonesia. The other sides such as Poland,

Jansenites win exciting clash [ARTICLE]

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Jansenites win exciting clash WILFRED YEO By BOTH Jansenites and Police were already out of the running for the Premier League hockey title but, watching them at Thomson Road yesterday, the fact took some swallowing. Jansenties won 3-1 and, from their response to the final whistle, they might have won

Eagles held in flight [ARTICLE]

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Eagles held in flight EAGLES drew 17-17 with Singapore Armed Forces Sports Association In a Singapore Rugby Union First Division match. Marty Davis (three penalty foals and one try) and Fred 'ereti (one try) scored for Eagles and Teo Han Chua (one try and two penalty goal*), Andrew Chia (one

Gopal bows out to Malaysia's Loo [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Gopal bows out to Malaysia's Loo PATRICK BASTIANS By IT was a low-keyed start m yesterday's colourful Ovaltine East Asia Individual squash championships at the Kallang Complex, highlighted by a flood of Filipinos, with only the talented Fausto Preysler's delighting m his 93, 9-6, 9-7 win over Singapore's David Lee.

Filipinos arrive with new blood and big plans [ARTICLE]

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Filipinos arrive with new blood and big plans IN a refreshing wind of change, the Filipinos breezed into town for the Ovaltine East Asia squash competition last night with new blood m their line-up to make other teams tingle, reports 1 PATRICK BASTIANS. They entered six men all, save Robie

Jayamani all the way in 1,500m [ARTICLE]

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Jayamani all the way in 1,500 m IPOH, Tues. K. Jayamani gave Singapore a flying start on the opening day of the Malaysian Amateur Athletic Union championships by taking the women's 1,500 metres here today. Jayamani, the Southeast Asia Games goldmedallist, hit the tape m 4 mm. 52.2 sec., ahead

Vicki through to quarter-finals [ARTICLE]

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Vicki through to quarter-finals TORONTO, Tues. Topseeded Vicki Hoffmann, of Australia, advanced into the quarter-finals of the U5512,500 ($26,000) women's world squash tournament here yesterday with a W), 9-7, 9-3 victory over unseeded Allison Cummings, of Britain. The lone upset of the day was Britain's Barbara Diggens' X, 2-9. M,

Mail will decide Lim's entry [ARTICLE]

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Mail will decide Lim's entry RICHARD LIM is not an expectant father, but he has been waiting, like one, for the mail the last week or so, reports WILFRED YEO. And Lam's wait is not for correspondence on his designing business, but for news on his participation m the world

Alexandra beaten [ARTICLE]

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Alexandra beaten MARINE Parade beat Alexandra 2-1 m the inter-constituen-cy sepak lakraw tournament last night. Other results: Bukit Merah 2 Kaki Bukit 1. Kampong Übi 2 Jurong 1, Pasir Panjang 3 Jalan Kayu 0.

Trouncing [ARTICLE]

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Trouncing MOUNTBATTEN trounced Sunbeam 5-0, an Armed Forces defeated Vigilante Corps 4-1 m the inter-club badminton league at Singapore Badmin ton Hall last night.

TODAY'S EVENTS [ARTICLE]

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TODAY'S EVENTS HOCKEY BHA Premier Lm»: CSC v SLA (Balestier Rd/ 510) RIUBY Nomads v HHH (Padang, 5.15). SQUASH East Asia individual championship (Kallang. 6). SNOOKEB SCC Open championship (SCC. 7.30).

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Bankers want more perks for fund management [ARTICLE]

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Bankers want more perks for fund management CONRAD RAJ ■y SINGAPORE'S bankers are doubtful that the Republic can be a fund management centre of any consequence, unless it can come up with better incentives. Besides a lower tax rate of 16.5 per cent, compared with the Republic's 40 per cent.

CPI up 9.Bpc over September last year [ARTICLE]

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CPI up 9.Bpc over September last year THE consumer price index for September was up 9.8 per cent compared with the same month last year. The main items contributing to the increase were food, transport and communications and miscel- I laneous items. For the first nine months of this year,

Beijing to India: Let's improve ties [ARTICLE]

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Beijing to India: Let's improve ties BEIJING. Tim*. CHINA'S Vice-Premier, Mr Ji Pengfei, has call- ed for an improvement and expansion of relations with India, Xinhua news agency said today. Mr Ji's conciliatory re- marks were made during a meeting yesterday with the editor of the Indian newspaper Patriot. They

Goodwill [ARTICLE]

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Goodwill Mr Ji said although China and India held differing views on some interna- tional issues, "this has no bearing on expanding friendly relations." China disapproves of India's extensive relations with the Soviet Union. Ideally, Beijing would like the nations of the subcontinent to strengthen relations between themselves to form

Swotting goes on even after power failure [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Swotting goes on even after power failure SWOTTING by candle- I light wm the only solaH#ll f#r BQM^GG Oi 9CD9OIchildren caught by a power tellare last night while preparing far their Primary School Leaving Pramfaatioa like Lota Wan Chla (second trem right), It, of Caaberra School awl Teh Kim Cheng

Late CLASSIFIED DEATHS [OBITUARY]

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Late CLASSIFIED DEATHS MM TOMO HWEE CHCMO nee Koh passed away suddenly 20/10/81 Prayer service 8.00 pm 21/10/81 Apt Block 223 753- R Lorong 8 Toa Payoh Cortef* leaves 4 15 pm 22/10/81 Ml Vernon MR. MAMA a*NOM (59) Railway Pensioner of Jalan Buklt Merah passed away peacefully on 20