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The Straits Times, 24 January 1983

Article also available on microfilm reel NL13886 [Lee Kong Chian Reference Library - On shelf]



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  • Masthead [Title Section]
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    The Straits Times Estd. 1845 MONDAY, JANUARY 24, 1983 40 CENTS M.C.(P) No. 65/1/83 (14 words)
  • Need for higher moral standards [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Need for higher moral standards LEE KIM CHEW Teng Cheong takes to the streets to drum home message to the people By 6 MY job and the reverend's (Father Carlo Ly's) is complementary. The only difference Is that Ms appointment Is more permanent than m mine. 7 The Minister for (637 words)
  • Jiang Qing this week Decision day for [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • AP
    Jiang Qing this week Decision day for BEIJING, Sun. THE final decision is expected m the next few days on whether China will execute the widow of the late chairman Mao Zedong, the former actress Jiang Qing, who allegedly plotted to become the nations "empress" and ended up a non-person. (362 words)
  • Minister sees Geylang Serai as new boom town [Articles]
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    Minister sees Geylang Serai as new boom town CHAN ENG CHENG Residents urged to bear with the inconvenience By IF plans materialise, Geylang Serai m the 1990s will be a very exciting place to live m. Development plans for the constituency, disclosed yesterday, indicate boomtown-like conditions for the residents and (638 words)
  • Berserk cow [Articles]
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    • AFP
    Berserk cow PARIS, Sun. A 500^ cow went berserk at a livestock fair near Tarbes, south-west France, goring one man to death and seriously injuring two other people. AFP (29 words)
  • Dog treks 1,800 km and finds master [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Dog treks 1,800 km and finds master MOSCOW, Sun. A dog called Vesna wandered more than 1,800 km across Russia m a trek lasting nearly four years to find her master, the Soviet news agency Tass reported yesterday. It said Vesna, a German shepherd dog, had been left behind with (142 words)
  • It's back to the negotiating table on missiles [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    It's back to the negotiating table on missiles GENEVA, Sun. US and Soviet negotiators return to Geneva this week for talks on limiting the number of European-based nuclear missiles, an issue likely to dominate EastWest relations this year. Mr Paul Nitze of the US and Mr Yuli Kvitsinsky of the (330 words)
  • Dr Tay's broom brigade in action [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • TAN SUAN ANN
    Dr Tay's broom brigade in action Picture by TAN SUAN ANN THE Importance of hygiene Is the lesson being driven home In the picture. And the point was made yesterday by Dr Tay Eng Soon, the Minister of State (Education), seen In the foreground. His class: Residents of four blocks (135 words)
  • Raid solved [Articles]
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    • UPI
    Raid solved MADRID, Sun. Police said yesterday they had solved history's biggest bank robbery with the arrest of four people accused of stealing US$l5 million (5J30.9 million) from a bank on Spain's Costa Del Sol last month. Two people, an Italian and a Frenchman, were still being sought. UPI (49 words)
  • Crucial talks to avert collapse of Opec [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • AGENCIES
    Crucial talks to avert collapse of Opec GENEVA, Sun THE 13 Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) began critical talks today in a bid to prevent the collapse of the cartel in a price and production fight for the world's shrinking markets. The objective of the crisis session is to (451 words)
  • Film festival attracts stars [Articles]
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    • AP
    Film festival attracts stars MANILA, Sun. About 50 film stars from the United States, Europe and Asia are expected to attend the 12-day Manila International Film Festival which opens tomorrow, Philippine organisers announced today. A festival spokesman said almost 275 films from about 40 countries, including the highly praised film (58 words)
  • Mass hunt [Articles]
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    • AFP
    Mass hunt NEW DELHI, Sun. Police have distributed free bullets and urged the 50,000 residents of Banur, a town m the northern Punjab state, to join them m a hunt for a beast which has eaten six sheep and killed 70 more. AFP (43 words)
  • LATEST
    • U.S. DECLARES ALERT [Articles]
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      • UPI
      U.S. DECLARES ALERT WASHINGTON, San. The Federal Emergency Management Agency issued an alert to the governors of the SI states today as the crippled Soviet spy satellite Cosmos 1412 headed towards earth. The US Defence Department the satellite would fall between 4:15 ?\.m. and 7:51 p.m. EST 5.15 a.m. and (60 words)
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      52 pages today DENTISTS READY TO TAKE CASE TO COURT Back Page SUMMARY 2 WORLD NEWS 3-9 CAUSEWAY 13 EDITORIAL 18 LETTERS IS BACKGROUND 28 TIMES BUSINESS 21-24 CLASSIFIEDS 25-36 SPORTS 36-39 OUTLOOK 2, 3 COMICS 4, 5 RADIO TV 8 CINEMA 3 (43 words)
  • IN SUMMARY...
    • HOME [Articles]
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      HOME CPF for dependants? THE Central Provident Fund is again looking into the question of introducing a dependant insurance scheme for its members, Communications and Labour Minister Mr Ong Teng Cheong said. The scheme, whicn would work like a life insurance plan to take care of dependants if an account (503 words)
    • COMMENT [Articles]
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      COMMENT THE STRAITS TIMES SAYS: THE United States and Its allies have a lot of catching op to do In the battle for European public opinion over the arms redaction issue. The Soviet Union has a massive headstart, and has increased Its lead with the latest peace offensive launched by (404 words)
    • SPORTS [Articles]
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      SPORTS Lendl beats Connors POWER tennis gave holder Ivan Lendl, of Czechoslovakia, a crushing 6-3, 6-1 victory over Jimmy Connors m the semi-finals of the Grand Prix Masters championship m New York. Lendl, 22, will face 1979 winner John McEnroe for the US$lOO,OOO ($206,000) first prize m the final. Connors, (175 words)
    • TIMES BUSINESS [Articles]
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      TIMES BUSINESS GAfIMENT EXPORTERS FACING TOUGH TIMES FOB the first time m many years, domestic exports of the local garment industry have fallen. Domestic exports, which averaged about 20 per cent growth a year m the late XXXXX, slowed down to a growth of only 5.7 per cent m 1981 (330 words)
    • BACKGROUND [Articles]
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      BACKGROUND THREAT TO MIGRANTS ECONOMIC recession and rising unemployment is forcing Australia to reduce the intake of migrants. As jobs become harder to find, the government is concerned that there might be the kind of anti-migrant backlash that guest workers have experienced m northern European countries such as West Germany (53 words)
    • AROUND THE WORLD [Articles]
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      AROUND THE WORLD LDP seeks mandate JAPAN'S ruling Liberal Democratic Party has decided to seek a mandate during this year's elections to amend the country's post-war "peace" constitution. The constitution, which places constraints on the size and role of the Japanese defence force, can no longer be tolerated, Prime Minister (638 words)
    • SECTION 2 [Articles]
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      SECTION 2 A god m the flesh A HINDU god m many mythological epics became chief minister of an Indian state recently. Applying the theory of thought transfer, N.T. Rama Rao (also known as NTR) nad deluged voters m Andhra Pradesh with his epics but suppressed his early films which (282 words)
    • ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY [Articles]
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      ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY Mahathir m Tokyo MALAYSIAN leader Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad has arrived m Tokyo on his first official visit as Prime Minister. He was accompanied by a 20-member delegation, which included Foreign Minister Tan Sri Ghazali Shafie. Dr Mahathir will have his first of two rounds of (166 words)
    • SECTION 3 [Articles]
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      SECTION 3 (Spore edition) Dream come true FANG Beifang, a novelist from Malaysia who was at the International Chinese Writers Forum, has fulfilled his father's dream to be a writer. His writing career has not always been smooth, but faith kept him on. One of the earliest novels that brought (146 words)
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  • LDP wants mandate to amend constitution [Articles]
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    LDP wants mandate to amend constitution PETER HAZELHURST By Our Tokyo Correspondent TOKYO, Sun. Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party has decided to seek a mandate during elections later this year to amend the country's post-war "peace" constitution which places constraints on the size and role of the Japanese defence force. (508 words)
  • 'TENSION' CHARGE AGAINST THAIS [Articles]
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    • AFP
    'TENSION' CHARGE AGAINST THAIS BANGKOK, Sun. Vietnam today denounced Thailand for allegedly creating tension along its common borders with communist-ruled Cambodia and Laos. The Vietnam News Agency which made the charge also said that armed clashes with Chinese soldiers this month had caused several deaths The agency quoted Vietnam's communist (109 words)
  • Troops on guard as Assam poll nears [Articles]
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    • AFP
    Troops on guard as Assam poll nears NEW DELHI, Sun. The army has been called out to guard telecommunication and oil facilities and radio stations m Assam as the state heads for controversial elections, Indian news agencies reported today. Local militants oppose the holding of elections, scheduled for mid-Febru-ary, m (152 words)
  • China denies it wants land back [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    China denies it wants land back BEIJING, Sun. China today rejected a recent Soviet charge that Beijing was reviving old claims on Soviet territory and using the issue to block progress towards better bilateral relations. The commentary, m the fortnightly Shijie Zhishi (World Affairs), said Beijing's stand on the border (372 words)
  • Train crash [Articles]
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    • AFP
    Train crash BUDAPEST, Sun. Five people were killed and 38 injured last night when two trains collided near Veszprem, 90 km southwest of here, the MTI agency said yesterday. AFP (30 words)
  • More Thai Reds lay down arms [Articles]
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    • AP, REUTER
    More Thai Reds lay down arms BANGKOK, Sun. Communist insurgency m north-east Thailand suffered another blow today as 466 insurgents and their dependents surrendered m Mukhahan province, 560 km from Bangkok, military radio reported. There were several such mass defections last year, with 1,000 communists and supporters taking advantage of (166 words)
  • Poison death in pictures [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • AP
    Poison death in pictures TWO Sooth Korean police officers holding Lee Tong-Shik, an amateur photographer, as he points to pictures and other material seized as evidence m the death of a 24-year-old woman. Lee was charged with murder and abandoning the body of Kirn Kyong-Hee near Seoul on Dec 14. (69 words)
  • AROUND THE REGION
    • Border talks fail [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AFP
      Border talks fail BURMA AND Thailand have failed to agree on their border lines, Thai officials said m Bangkok yesterday. Officials said a two-day meeting between Burmese Deputy Foreign Minister T Tin Ohn and his Thai counterpart Arun Phanupong m Bangkok ended m a deadlock on Saturday. The border problem (75 words)
    • Refugees on the move [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Refugees on the move THAILAND YESTERDAY began transferring more than 7,000 Cambodian refugees from a resettlement processing centre to a camp near the Thai-Cambodian border, United Nations officials m Bangkok said. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said 7,155 refugees were transferred from Kamput centre m Chantraburi province, (86 words)
    • Slice of the sickle [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Slice of the sickle MORE THAN 100 people were detained on the first day of "Operation Sickle" launched m Jakarta against crime, a police spokesman said m the Indonesian capital yesterday. The operation, which started from Friday night till yesterday morning, involved some 1,100 policemen and detectives, the spokesman said. (58 words)
    • 14 die in fighting [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      14 die in fighting TEN MEMBERS of the Philippines' security forces and four communist rebels were killed m guerilla attacks on Friday, military reports said m Manila yesterday. The official Philippines News Agency quoted a military report as saying eight soldiers died m guerilla attacks m Kagwait m the southern (73 words)
    • Bangkok meeting [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Bangkok meeting CHINA'S ARMY chief of staff, Yang Dezhi, will discuss regional security with Thai officials during a five-day visit starting on Friday, military sources said m Bangkok yesterday. The sources said Gen Yang will also tour the troubled Thai-Cambodian border where fighting recently flared up between Vietnamese forces and (53 words)
    • Check-up for Romulo [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Check-up for Romulo PHILIPPINES' FOREIGN Minister Carlos Romulo checked into a Manila hospital on Saturday for routine tests and a rest, his ministry said yesterday. Mr Romulo publicly offered to resign on his 84th birthday last week but President Ferdinand Marcos extended his term by at least another year. Reuter (50 words)
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  • AROUND THE WORLD 2
    • Attendants steal from parking meters [Articles]
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      • AP
      Attendants steal from parking meters STOCKHOLM, Sun. Virtually all or Stockholm's parking meter attendants and helpers have been found guilty of the theft of a total of 51 tonnes of coins paid by motorists here. A district court sentenced 47 city employees to prison terms ranging from six to 22 (142 words)
    • Worldwide alert as Cosmos begins final plunge [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AGENCIES
      Worldwide alert as Cosmos begins final plunge WASHINGTON, Sunday EMERGENCY teams around the world were on alert today for fragments of a Soviet nuclear-powered spy satellite which US officials said could begin its final plunge through the atmosphere m the next few hours. Pentagon officials monitoring the decaying orbit of (566 words)
    • Soviets record lowest growth rate since World War Two [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Soviets record lowest growth rate since World War Two MOSCOW, Sun. Soviet industrial output rose by 2.8 per cent last year, the smallest increase since the Second World War, the Central Statistics Board announced yesterday. A survey by the board showed that national income, the main indicator of economic growth (352 words)
    • Master spy's case reopened [Articles]
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      • AFP, REUTER
      Master spy's case reopened LONDON, Sun. British intelligence has reopened the case of Anthony Blunt, master spy and former art adviser to the Queen, and are investigating a former ME intelligence agent, The Sunday Telegraph reported today. It said the new probe confirms fears raised when Mr Blunt 's spying (167 words)
    • POLAND PLANS TO UP PRICES [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER
      POLAND PLANS TO UP PRICES WARSAW, Sun. Poland is planning 15 per cent price rises on gas, electricity, coal, cigarettes, petrol, coffee, and some kinds of fish, the Warsaw daily, Zycie Warszawy, said yesterday. Apartment rents would go up by 100 per cent and alcohol by more than 12 per (93 words)
    • Law boycott [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Law boycott ISLAMABAD, Sun. Lawyers boycotted Pakistani courts for two hours yesterday demanding a return to democracy, restoration of the suspended 1973 constitution and lifting of martial law. AFP (29 words)
    • WORLD BRIEFS
      • Border talks again [Articles]
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        • AFP
        Border talks again INDIAN AND Chinese officials will resume crucial border talks m Beijing on Jan 29 and Indian newspapers yesterday suggested that there was little hope of accord. An Indian delegation headed by Mr K.S. Bajpai, a Secretary m the External Affairs Ministry, is not carrying any new proposal (71 words)
      • Sikh leaders agree [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        Sikh leaders agree MILITANT SIKH leaders pressing for religious and political concessions from the Indian government yesterday agreed to take part m key all-party talks on their demands. The Press Trust of India (PTI) news agency said the Sikh Akali Dal party had accepted an invitation from Indian Home Mnister (60 words)
      • Italian accord [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        Italian accord MARATHON NEGOTIATIONS on which the Italian government staked its survival have ended m an eleventh-hour agreement on reform of the wage indexation system. The accord, reached on Saturday night between management and trade unions, headed off a threat from employers to withdraw from the system next month. Under (60 words)
      • Paris attack [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        Paris attack SUSPECTED ARMENIAN guerillas made a grenade attack on the offices of Turkish Airlines m central Paris on Saturday and left a bomb at the company's check-in counter at Orly airport, police said yesterday. Three people suffered shock when two percussion grenades were tossed into the offices. Police seized (55 words)
      • Call to revolt [Articles]
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        • AP
        Call to revolt IRAN, SYRIA and Libya condemned "Iraqi aggression against Iran" and called on the Iraqis to "rebel and liberate" their country, the official Iranian news agency, Ima, reported yesterday. The agency said the appeal came m a joint communique issued on Saturday night on Iranian Foreign Minister Ali (73 words)
      • Daughter's demand [Articles]
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        • AFP
        Daughter's demand SHEIKH REHANA Siddiqui, youngest of the two surviving daughters of Bangladesh's late founding father Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, demanded at the weekend that the 1975 killers of her parents and other Awami League leaders be brought to trial. Ms. Siddiqui flew into Dhaka to a tumultuous welcome after an (78 words)
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  • AROUND THE WORLD 3
    • Nigeria to expel 1 m alien workers [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER, AP
      Nigeria to expel 1 m alien workers Ghana appeals for help LAGOS, Sun. Ghana yesterday appealed for International help m repatriating an estimated one million of its people ordered out of Nigeria within two weeks as they are illegal aliens, Ghanaian diplomats said. Nigeria said it was ordering all illegal (352 words)
    • Saving life with a little red sticker [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Saving life with a little red sticker OTTAWA, Sun. Hundreds of thousands of children m developing countries, swept away by measles each year after being given spoilt vaccines, can now be saved by a little red sticker, researchers say. The life-saving sticker, perfected m North American laboratories and being field-tested (334 words)
    • Heart pioneer to retire this year [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER
      Heart pioneer to retire this year We all decline V from being the star to the supporting part; we no longer sing the soprano, bat are condemned to the alto; it Is a hard knock, for all of Q us. 7 Observer News Service writer Kath erine Whitehom on how (203 words)
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  • AROUND THE WORLD 4
    • Israelis want action against leftist trio [Articles]
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      • AP
      Israelis want action against leftist trio TEL AVIV, Sunday THREE ministers said over the weekend that they would demand legal action against three Israelis who recently met Yasser Arafat, chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organisation. Israel TV quoted Energy Minister Yitzhak Modai as saying he will demand the law be (242 words)
    • Arafat-Hassan talks end with no answers [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Arafat-Hassan talks end with no answers MARRAKESH (Morocco), Sun. Talks yesterday between King Hassan of Morocco and Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) chairman Yasser Arafat brought no apparent breakthrough m a dispute over an Arab League mission's visit to London. Palestinian sources said the projected visit was discussed when the Moroccan (240 words)
    • Hijackers freed [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Hijackers freed DJIBOUTI, Son. Three Palestinian* who hijacked a Sooth Yemeni airplane to Djibouti will be able to leave the country freely, authorities said yesterday. Interior Minister Youssonf All Chlrdon said the government would "keep Its promises" to guarantee the safe departure of the hijackers. The government made the promise (58 words)
    • Habib sees Saudi king over pullout [Articles]
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      • REUTER, AP
      Habib sees Saudi king over pullout BAHRAIN, Sun. American special envoy Philip Habib, seeking to hasten the withdrawal of Israeli, Syrian and Palestinian forces from Lebanon, arrived m Riyadh last night for talks with King Fahd. He flew from Cairo, where he briefed Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on the progress (194 words)
    • Lebanese agree to let UN troops man warning posts [Articles]
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      • NYT
      Lebanese agree to let UN troops man warning posts BEIRUT, Sun. The Lebanese government has told the special American envoy, Philip Habib, that it is willing to accept United Nations or other multi-national troops, including Americans, to man early-warning^ stations being demanded by Israel m southern Lebanon, a senior Lebanese (190 words)
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  • AROUND THE WORLD 5
    • Probe on use of sub-standard parts in N-plants [Articles]
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      • NYT
      Probe on use of sub-standard parts in N-plants WASHINGTON, Sun. The government has begun investigating whether nuclear plants throughout the country are using sub-standard steel components that were sold to them fraudulently marked, according to government documents and officials. Officials at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission stressed yesterday the material traced (364 words)
    • Pershing-2 test goes well after earlier setbacks [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Pershing-2 test goes well after earlier setbacks CAPE CANAVERAL (Florida), Sun. Pershing2, the controversial medium-range missile the United States plans to deploy in Western Europe, streaked over the Atlantic on an apparently successful third test flight. The missile, beset with problems and delays durings its first two test flights, lifted (198 words)
    • No flights of fancy for Soviet spacemen [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      No flights of fancy for Soviet spacemen MOSCOW, Sun. Cosmonauts orbiting the earth do not enioy the luxury of heavenly dreams and experience only down-to-earth visions during their sleep, Tass news agency reported today. It quoted Anatoly Berezovoy, who spent a record 211 days m space last year, as saying (109 words)
    • Reagan to give priority to family issues [Articles]
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      • REUTER, AFP
      Reagan to give priority to family issues WASHINGTON, Sunday PRESIDENT Ronald Reagan yesterday promised to give high priority to what he said were "important family issues" m the coming year. In his weekly radio broadcast to the nation, Mr Reagan said: "The family is still the basic unit of religious (325 words)
    • Britain must share control — poll [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Britain must share control poll LONDON, Son. The British people do not trnst President Reagan's finger on the nodear button and want Britain to share control of any US missiles based m their country, according to a poll In The Sunday Times newspaper. Results of the poll, Kbllshed 1b today's (172 words)
    • Weinberger: We stand firmly by 'zero option' [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Weinberger: We stand firmly by 'zero option' WASHINGTON, Sun. The United States stands firmly by its position that the Soviet Union should remove all its mediumrange missiles from Europe. US Defence Secretary Caspar Weinberger said m a television interview yesterday that there had been no change m President Ronald Reagan's (110 words)
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  • Pom-pom welcome for Teng Cheong [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • WONG KWAI CHOW
    Pom-pom welcome for Teng Cheong WAVING their pink and yellow pompoms, the kindergarten children chant a welcome to Mr Ong Teng Cheong, who arrived at a get-together at Block 120, Geylang East Central. Picture by WONG KWAI CHOW (38 words)
  • CPF may revive insurance plan [Articles]
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    CPF may revive insurance plan EVANGELINE GAMBOA Scheme designed to provide for members' dependants By THE Central Provident Fund is again considering introducing an insurance scheme for the benefit of its members' dependants, the Communications and Labour Minister, Mr Ong Teng Cheong, said yesterday. The scheme, similar to a life (440 words)
  • Teng Cheong takes taxing walkabout in his stride [Articles]
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    • EVANGELINE GAMBOA
    Teng Cheong takes taxing walkabout in his stride GEYLANG Serai Is a big constituency to walk about, Mr Ong Teng Cheong said at the end of his tour yesterday. But the MP for Changl, Mr Teo Chong Tee, who accompanied him on the walkabout, would say It was nothing, he (255 words)
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  • Malays more aware of importance of education [Articles]
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    Malays more aware of importance of education MALAYS are becoming more aware of the importance of education, Parliamentary Secretary (Social Affairs and Trade and Industry), Haji Sidek Saniff, said yesterday. Many have enrolled for the supplementary classes held by Mendaki, the Council on the Education of Muslim Children, and Basic (245 words)
  • Traffic Police get 'super' motorcycles [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Traffic Police get 'super' motorcycles New machines are powerful weapons to beat 'hell riders' TRAFFIC Police will soon be equipped with one of the world's latest motorcycles to help them to do their work better. More than 60 new Yamaha 550 cc police motorcycles were delivered to the Traffic Police (213 words)
  • Action night at Orchard mall [Articles]
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    Action night at Orchard mall TANGLJN police checked groups of youths, motorcyclists and motorists m a four-hoar operation till early yesterday at the Orchard Road pedestrian mall and nearby areas. Altogether 117 people were stopped for questioning soon after the officers began the operation at I p.m. on Saturday. They (132 words)
  • Marsiling to get child care centre [Articles]
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    Marsiling to get child care centre PARENTS living m Woodlands will be able to go to work without having to worry about there not being anyone to care for their children. The Presbyterian Welfare Services is starting a child care centre m Marsiling m April. The director, Mr Newman Tew, (224 words)
  • Youth drive [Articles]
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    Youth drive THE Paya Lebar community centre has launched a membership drive to recruit those aged between 15 and 30 years for its youth group. (25 words)
  • HELP THE COTTAGE INDUSTRY, EXPERTS TOLD [Articles]
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    HELP THE COTTAGE INDUSTRY, EXPERTS TOLD ACADEMICS and specialists have been urged to apply new knowledge and techniques to help upgrade the traditional cottage industry m Singapore. They can act as advisers or consultants to smaller companies which cannot afford to engage full-time experts. Apart from helping small companies m (188 words)
  • New date for function [Articles]
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    New date for function THE Indian High Commission has announced that it will not be holding its National Day reception on Jan 26 (Republic Day) from this year. The function will be held on Independence Day on Aug 15 instead. On Wednesday, a flag-raising ceremony will be held at 8.30 (59 words)
  • NTUC basic courses on trade unionism [Articles]
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    NTUC basic courses on trade unionism THE National Trades Union Congress will organise basic courses on trade unionism for about 800 members. The first course will be held at the NTUC Annexe Room on Feb 28 and will last two days. The courses will touch on the role of trade (164 words)
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  • across the CAUSEWAY
    • Task force for rubber industry [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Task force for rubber industry STUDY IS NEEDED IN THE LIGHT OF RECENT SETBACKS KUALA LUMPUR, Sun. MALAYSIA, the world's leading rubber producer, is to set up a task force to study the industry's long-term future, Primary Industries Minister Datuk Paul Leong said today. He said m a statement that (246 words)
    • Asean news every day [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Asean news every day KUALA LUMPUR, Sun. The Malaysian news agency, Bernama, plans to start a daily news file on developments m and affecting Asean from Febl. The agency's general manager, Mr Ahmad Mustapha Hassan said it would carry the day's most important news, events and developments m politics, economy, (119 words)
    • Home-bound [Articles]
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      • AP
      Home-bound SANDAKAN, Sun. Fortynine Filipino survivors from the Tambisan barter trade boat, which capsized last week, left here for home yesterday, leaving only one of the 120 Filipino survivors still to be returned. The lone survivor is undergoing treatment at a hospital here. AP (44 words)
    • Fire guts upper floors of Penang skyscraper [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Fire guts upper floors of Penang skyscraper PENANG, Son. Fanned by strong winds, Ore severely damaged the upper floors of the mn 1 1 l-mllllon -dollar Komtar building under construction m the heart of Georgetown last night. The fire, which started m a heap of plywood and waste paper on (158 words)
    • Plane searched for bomb [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Plane searched for bomb KUALA LUMPUR, Sun. A Soviet airliner was grounded here yesterday and searched after an anonymous caller told airport officials that a bomb had been planted on board. A passenger, believed to have been carrying a bomb m a suitcase, was seen boarding the Aeroflot jet late (228 words)
    • Mahathir arrives in Japan for talks [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • NST, UPI
      Mahathir arrives in Japan for talks TOKYO, Sun. MALAYSIAN leader Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad arrived here today for a week-long official visit his first as Prime Minister. Dr Mahathir was accompanied by Da tin Seri Siti Hasmah and a 20--member delegation, which included Foreign Minister Tan Sri Ghazali Shafie (247 words)
    • Be wary of Reds, Musa tells Malays [Articles]
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      • NST
      Be wary of Reds, Musa tells Malays KUALA LUMPUR, Sun. Deputy Premier Datuk Musa Hitam today warned Malays about the continuing attempts by the Communist Party of Malaya's puppet organisation the Malay Revolutionary Party to harness Malay support One of the tactics used by the communists was the dissemination of (169 words)
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  • Children get parents 'married' a second time [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • SIMON KER
    Children get parents 'married' a second time SKYKN children saw their parents get "married" yesterday and loved every moment of It. Mr Aruiuww.lam, M, a uaxtry cook with Marco Polo Hotel, and his wife, Madam Amarapathy, 47. who have been married for 33 years, went through their wedding rites once (125 words)
  • Rise in sales of children's books [Articles]
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    Rise in sales of children's books BRIDGET TAN More parents helping the young to cultivate reading habit By SALES of children's books generally showed an increase last year. Parents were more than willing to spend money on books to help their children cultivate the reading habit. Four major bookshops saw (542 words)
  • Do you have a piece of local history for the museum? [Articles]
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    Do you have a piece of local history for the museum? CHAN ENG CHENG By •YOU might have old photographs of Singapore m a bygone era, or disused brass or silverware lying m some forgotten corner of your home. Or you might have some really old postcards, perhaps even copies (217 words)
  • MOST FOOD PRICES STAYED THE SAME LAST WEEK [Articles]
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    MOST FOOD PRICES STAYED THE SAME LAST WEEK PRICES of food did no) change very much m the past two weeks. Cockerel and pullet, for example, continued to bfe sold at $3.80 and $4.40 pef kg respectively last week. The Ministry of Trade and Industry also reporV ed that pork, (177 words)
  • School band [Articles]
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    School band THE Serangoon Garden South School Band will perform at the Esplanade next Sunday and at the Botanic Gardens, a month later on Feb 27 for an hour from 5.30 p.m. (32 words)
  • Gardener killed, wife hurt in knife attack [Articles]
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    Gardener killed, wife hurt in knife attack AN ELDERLY gardener was stabbed to death and his wife injured In a knife attack on Saturday at their house m Ellas Road off Tampines. Mohmood bin Aman, 67, was seen struggling with two men who had called at the couple's house at (119 words)
  • SEMINAR ON PLANNING FOR RETIREMENT [Articles]
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    SEMINAR ON PLANNING FOR RETIREMENT A TWO-DAY seminar on planning for retirement will be opened on March 5 by Health Minister Howe Yoon Chong. The seminar, to be held at the National Youth Leader- ship Training Institute, is open to those aged 40 and older. Advice will come from six (167 words)
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  • Jurong River banks to be modern, clean industrial zone [Articles]
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    Jurong River banks to be modern, clean industrial zone THE banks of Jurong River, where woodbased companies are sited, will be transformed into a modern and clean industrial zone. The entire area along the Jurong River will cater to light, clean and medium-sized industries. Light marine firms can also take (278 words)
  • OVER 900 BID FOR JUST 304 LAKEPOINT APARTMENTS [Articles]
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    OVER 900 BID FOR JUST 304 LAKEPOINT APARTMENTS MORE than 9M people have applied for apartments at Jurong Town Corporation's Lakepoint Condominium m Boon Lay Way. The number is expected to be higher by the time applications close on Saturday. Lakepotnt's 314 apartments, which Include penthouses, town houses, maisonettes and (82 words)
  • $26 m plan to upgrade older JTC factories [Articles]
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    $26 m plan to upgrade older JTC factories RONNIE WAI PROJECT WILL PUT THEM ON PAR WITH NEWER BUILDINGS By WORKERS at 41 flatted factories can expect better facilities and a more pleasant environment. The Jurong Town Corporation will soon start work on improving the factories. The two-year project which (270 words)
  • New lights [Articles]
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    New lights TRAFFIC lights will come into operation at 10 a.m. today at the junction of Keppel Road and Nelson Road. The Public Works Department advises motorists to drive carefully and observe the signal indications. (35 words)
  • Botanist warns against scarring environment during building [Articles]
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    Botanist warns against scarring environment during building A BOTANIST has cautioned against the scarring of the environment during urban development. For if the environment is excessively disturbed and for a prolonged period, it could take a long time to heal. Professor P. N. Avadhani of the Botany Department of the (340 words)
  • Two motorcyclists die on expressway [Articles]
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    Two motorcyclists die on expressway TWO motorcyclists were killed along the Pan Island Expressway and a pedestrian and two other motorcyclists were seriously injured over the weekend. Mr Ling Yap Keng, 31, a Malaysian carpenter, was killed after he lost control of his machine and crashed Into a lamp-post at (164 words)
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  • Our Changing World
    • Medicine's 'orphans' may find a home [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Medicine's 'orphans' may find a home ORPHAN drugs, m American biomedical slang, are drugs that pharmaceuti; cal companies are not eager to produce because they won't be profitable. These drugs treat diseases that may affect only a few hundred people, or as is true m the Third World are needed (610 words)
    • Trigonometry can go on-line [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Trigonometry can go on-line Kits fc Ettas COMPUTERS are m the news constantly. Do you feel you are being left behind m this march towards the information age? Do you have any queries regarding computers? If you do, write m to 4D2C, our friendly robot who will juggle his memory (527 words)
    • The salmon aren't biting [Articles]
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      • FT
      The salmon aren't biting FOR years, the Japanese have dropped concrete m close offshore areas. After a while coral and a variety of organisms attach themselves to the concrete, attracting shoals of fish and inshore fishermen harvest the catch. But the Japanese have a slight problem. The artificial reefs, m (386 words)
    • Pedal-power goes auto [Articles]
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      Pedal-power goes auto FIRST, It was can with automatic transmissions, then motorcycles. Now, it is bicycles. The transmission, developed by 29-year old Frenchman Michel Deal and patented m 1979, has IS gears, which are changed by foot pressure. A cyclist going uphill naturally presses harder 1 on the pedals, and (131 words)
    • Researcher has a hairy time with his own cure [Articles]
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      Researcher has a hairy time with his own cure DR CHARLES BRINTON of the University of Pittsburgh is either mad or heroic. He had so much faith m his gonorrhea vaccine that he was his own guinea-pig. Dr Brinton injected himself with the vaccine and then infected himself with gonorrhea. (278 words)
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  • The Straits Times says.. Blunt the peace offensive [Articles]
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    The Straits Times says.. Blunt the peace offensive THE Soviet offensive against deployment of American Cruise and Pershing missiles m Europe is well and truly on. Since Mr Yuri Andropov fired the first salvo barely a month ago, there has been no let-up m the Soviet barrage of nods, winks (460 words)
  • Bread becomes a contentious issue in Russia [Articles]
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    • FINANCIAL TIMES
    Bread becomes a contentious issue in Russia MOSCOW Ever since Mr Yuri Andropov came to power m the Soviet Union two months ago, the authorities have made a major effort to improve the supply of food to the shops m Moscow and other cities. At the same time, however, standing (594 words)
  • Protectionism against Japan gathers force [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Protectionism against Japan gathers force ART PINE URBAN C. LEHNER By and Writing for The Asian Wall Street Journal Trade frictions went go away even If Japan does something. The time of high growth is over; the trade problems are structural, and so the trend towards protectionism wIU continue. The (1894 words)
  • Across the Causeway... [Articles]
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    • NST
    Across the Causeway... Striking the balance m progress DEVELOPMENT without destruction. Economic growth without ecological ruin. Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Musa's disclosure that the Tembeling hydroelectric power project has been scrapped proves that the government intends to maintain a delicate balance between developmental activities and environmental conservation. Sungei Tembeling will (643 words)
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  • FORUM
    • Kwa-ji and the avid cinemagoer [Letters]
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      Kwa-ji and the avid cinemagoer I WISH to congratulate you for doing a three-part leisure feature about pollution and cleanliness m Singapore m the last twenty years. Incidentally, I would like to mention the grudge which I have always had against cinema-going litter-bugs. The most agitating type of cinema-goer is (295 words)
    • Exempt these tenants from cream-off levy [Letters]
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      Exempt these tenants from cream-off levy PRESENT POLICY UNFAIR I REFER to excerpts from the question-and-an-swer session given by the Minister for National Development on Housing Board policies. Concerning the rationale for the cream-off charge on the resale of HDB flats, the minister explained as follows: "It has never been (483 words)
    • Help patient and cut paperwork [Letters]
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      Help patient and cut paperwork EACH time I am admitted to Tan Tock Seng Hospital, I pay a deposit. About four weeks after my discharge, I receive a bill for a sum which sometimes exceeds the deposit, but often falls short of it. It is thus necessary make an additional (235 words)
    • Blade is a danger to all [Letters + Illustrations]
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      Blade is a danger to all IT IS time someone pointed out the danger from those awesome looking devices (right) used by our grass-cutters. The fast rotating "propellors" ought to be returned to their rightful place on the wings of an airplane. There are no safety features that can prevent (98 words)
    • Replies...
      • Postmen told to be careful [Letters]
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        Postmen told to be careful WE REFER to the letter by "Disgusted" (ST, Dec 30) and wish to thank the writer for bringing to our attention that he had received his Christmas cards folded. For easier handling, a postman usually ties his mail m bundles for delivery. By doing this, (116 words)
      • Tested in the rain for two reasons [Letters]
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        Tested in the rain for two reasons I REFER to the letter "They had to take test m heavy rain" from "Frozen." (ST, Dec 21). We wish to inform "Frozen" that tests are conducted despite the rain as testees are more than likely to meet with similar conditions on other (106 words)
      • Over 4,000 booked in three months [Letters]
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        Over 4,000 booked in three months I REFER to the letter "One of the worst?" from "JK." (ST, Dec 31). We are aware of the problem caused by the illegal and indiscriminate parking of vehicles m the Ang Mo Kio Housing Estate. For the period of three months from October (99 words)
      • To be adjusted [Letters]
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        To be adjusted I REFER to the letter "Library is too cold" by "Common Sense." (ST, Jan 7). The point brought up is noted. The Bukit Merah Branch Library is a new one. It was opened only on Dec 28 last year when the human heat load could not be (77 words)
    • Some road signs that confuse motorists [Letters]
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      Some road signs that confuse motorists I WOULD like to mention some road signs that are confusing motorists. In many parts of Singapore, m particular at road intersections, motorists find that while travelling along the second lane heading straight, the "go straight/ turn right" sign suddenly becomes a "turn right" (199 words)
    • Day bus did not turn up [Letters]
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      Day bus did not turn up I AM a French lady and I have been living m Singapore for four years. My two children go to the French school m Yio Chu Kang by NTUC-Com-fort bus end I pay $100 every month, even during the holidays, for each child. Recently, (102 words)
    • Council should set up education fund [Letters]
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      Council should set up education fund I REFER to the article "Help the less fortunate Tamil children" on a call by Mr G. Kandasamy, president of the Tamils representative council. (ST, Jan 17). Without question, Tamils who are better off should come forward to help their less fortunate brethren. Nonetheless, (308 words)
    • House detectives in the wrong [Letters]
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      House detectives in the wrong WITH reference to the letter by "Cowboys and Indians^ (ST, Jan 20), it is my opinion that, from the facts given by the writer, he had been subjected to assault, wrongful arrest and false imprisonment by the house detectives. It appears that the law as (189 words)
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  • BACKGROUND
    • Rising jobless toll forces Canberra to cut migrant intake [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Rising jobless toll forces Canberra to cut migrant intake VINCENT STOVE By Our Sydney Reporter 4 While the newly-arrived migrant accepts his lot, even unemployment, because he Is grateful and regards any new home as better than the one he has left, the same cannot be said for his children (1018 words)
    • The plight of New York's homeless women [Articles]
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      • OBSERVER NEWS SERVICE
      The plight of New York's homeless women LONDON FOR most of her adult life, Ellen was a waitress m a New York restaurant. When the restaurant closed because of the recession, she was unable to find other work and after a few months could not pay her rent. One evening (832 words)
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  • TIMESBUSINESS
    • NEWSBRIEFS
      • Khong Guan Flour [Articles]
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        Khong Guan Flour KHONG Guan Flour Milling has had its group pretax profits slashed to $57,478 from $950,829 for the interim period ended Oct 31, 1982. Group sales were down from $25 million to $8.28 million. Khong Guan's results would have been m the red had it not been for (91 words)
      • Malayan Cement [Articles]
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        Malayan Cement THE Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange has asked Malayan Cement Bhd to comment on press reports that it may make a bonus issue. (24 words)
      • Foreign ownership [Articles]
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        Foreign ownership INDUSTRIAL and Commercial Bank Ltd said from declarations received by the company as at the end of the fourth quarter of 1982, 7.28 per cent of its issued share capital is beneficially owned or controlled by foreign persons. (40 words)
      • George Kent [Articles]
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        George Kent GEORGE Kent (Malaysia) Bhd has proposed a bonus issue of three-for-two and the sub-division of each existing ordinary shares of Msl each into two new ordinary shares of M5O cents each. (33 words)
      • Folex Industries [Articles]
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        Folex Industries FOLEX Industries Bhd has reported losses after taxation and extraordinary items of M 55.87 million (against MJ4.24 million losses previously) on a turnover of MJ29.56 million (M 533.24 million) for the year ended Aug 31, 1982. (38 words)
      • Trading house idea [Articles]
        • Page 21
        • AFP
        Trading house idea JAKARTA, Sun. President Suharto has welcomed the idea of building a trading house to step up Indonesian exports m the face of world recession, Deputy Parliament Speaker Hardjanto said. The president recognised the necessity of setting up a trading house which would facilitate exports partcularly of non-oil (86 words)
      • Interest rates down [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        Interest rates down BANGKOK, Sun. Thai commercial banks and finance companies are to cut their interest rates by 1.5 per cent, effective Feb 1, Finance Ministry Undersecretary Panas Simasathien said. He said previously commercial banks charged interest up to 19 per cent a year and that financial companies levied a (84 words)
      • No cut in rate [Articles]
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        • AFP
        No cut in rate TOKYO, Sun. Finance Minister Noboru Takeshita has indicated that the Bank of Japan would not cut its discount rate m the immediate future. The finance minister told a press upon his return from a meeting m Paris of finance ministers and central bank governors from 10 (83 words)
      • Seiko-Syntex venture [Articles]
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        • AFP
        Seiko-Syntex venture TOKYO, Sun. Japan's Seiko group and Syntex Corporation of the United States have agreed to set up a joint venture to produce and market contact lenses m Japan, it was announced. The Tokyo-based joint venture, capitalised at 100 million yen (S$880,000), will use Syntex's knowhow to produce contact (67 words)
      • Grain sales to China [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        Grain sales to China WASHINGTON, Sun. United States grain sales to China this year could drop to six million tonnes, the minimum required under a long-term agreement, from nine million m past years because of China's move to retaliate against US textile import restrictions, an Agriculture Department official said. Mr (86 words)
    • Fiat approaches future with more confidence [Articles]
      • Page 21
      • AFP
      Fiat approaches future with more confidence ROME, Sun. The prk vately owned Italian industrial giant Fiat boosted its investments remarkably last year and can now approach the future with more confidence, Fiat president Giovanni Agnelli said here last week. In a letter to shareholders giving provisional results, he said Fiat (237 words)
    • Bank Simpanan to get biggest share of Sime's special issue [Articles]
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      Bank Simpanan to get biggest share of Sime's special issue BANK Simpanan Nasional will be j allocated the biggest share of Sime i Darby Bhd's special issue of 61.7 I million new shares, which will raise bumiputra equity m the conglomerate to 37 per cent. Bank Simpanan Nasional will be (400 words)
    • Garment exporters facing tough times [Articles]
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      Garment exporters facing tough times FOR the first time m many years, domestic exports of the local garment industry have fallen. Domestic exports, which averaged about 20 per cent growth a year m the late XXXXX, slowed down to a growth of only 5.7 per cent m 1981 and fell (523 words)
    • Inflow of funds gives boost to Singapore $ [Articles]
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      Inflow of funds gives boost to Singapore HEAVY inflow of funds from abroad m recent weeks has bolstered the value of the Singapore dollar against the strong United States currency. During the past week, the local dollar bucked the general trend when it firmed against the US currency while other (458 words)
    • Bid failed, holders of Leong Huat told [Articles]
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      Bid failed, holders of Leong Huat told DIRECTORS of Leong Huat Industries has informed shareholders that Mr Chng Gim Huat's pi'oposed bid for the company had fallen through. The board of directors said it was "pleased to announce that, m a press statement dated Jan 7, the Securities Industry Council (150 words)
    • Interest rates in US sharply higher [Articles]
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      • FT
      Interest rates in US sharply higher NEW YORK, Sun. Interest rates In the United States, both short and long term, rose sharply on Friday as securities dealers speculated the Federal Reserve might not continue to bring down the short rates. Prices suffered their steepest single-day decline In a month. Rates (204 words)
    • Honduras in worst economic crunch [Articles]
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      • AP
      Honduras in worst economic crunch TEGUCIGALPA (Hon- j duras), Sun. A business leader predicted that 600 factories will close here m 1983 m the worst economic crunch m Honduran history. "In view of the problems that beseige us, we must adopt heroic resolu- j tions, and Hondurans will I have (140 words)
    • TOP TEN STOCKS [Articles]
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      TOP TEN STOCKS THE following is a list of the If most actively traded stocks on the Stock Exchange of Singapore last week. It gives the turnover In thousands of units, closing prices on Friday and Hie high and low for ISB2/IW3 Itmpuy Timver PrtoM Hlfk Urn •m lull im (111 words)
    • LOCAL STOCK INDICES SINGAPORE [Articles]
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      LOCAL STOCK INDICES SINGAPORE Juli Ja*18 Jull luS Jutt ++BT indicator: XXXXX9 XXXXX6 XXXXX1 XXXXX4 XXXXX9 760.95 761.58 765.53 766.22 765.60 •Finance: 1817.20 1812.37 1817.61 1819.62 1821.64 •Hotels: 1004.18 1002.44 1002.55 XXXXX7 XXXXX2 ••Properties: 598.30 599.64 XXXXX 601.65 605.45 <oj(ibMinings: 205.81 205.66 205.84 206.80 207.06 880.19 899.92 901.08 909.34 912.33 (62 words)
    • MALAYSIA [Articles]
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      MALAYSIA Jml7 JulB lull Ju» itmtl ++BT Index: XXXXX2 XXXXX2 XXXXX5 XXXXX3 XXXXX5 (^lndustrials: 968.69 969.42 970.44 972.84 972.U •Finance: 1637.53 1632.71 1646.95 1656.37 1656 58 •Hotels 648.22 648.22 648.22 648.35 648.22 ••Properties; 756.56 756.56 757.03 763.40 764 19 <BrfS.Tlns: 295.76 297.28 298.54 299.57 301.44 &fcsßubbers 1175.69 1180.93 1183.32 1187.84 (75 words)
    • On The Move [Articles + Illustrations]
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      On The Move MR BILL Campbell has been appointed senior account director of Ogilvy and Mather Advertising Singapore. Mr Campbell was formerly with the Ogilvy and Mather company m Jakarta, PT Indo-Ad, where he spent the last four years. CITIBANK NA has promoted Mr Winston Tan Tien Hln to vice-president. (196 words)
    • Atari to make software cartridges in Singapore [Articles]
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      Atari to make software cartridges in Singapore ATARI Inc. the American computer manufacturer with turnover exceeding $2 billion last year, is investing m Singapore after all. Although it has decided against making its new home computers here, settling for Taiwan instead, Atari will be making software cartridges for its full (506 words)
    • North-east Asia is our top trading partner [Articles]
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      North-east Asia is our top trading partner NORTH-east Asia, which accounts for a quarter of Singapore's total external trade, is the Republic's top regional trading partner. This region covers China, Japan, Hongkong, South Korea, North Korea, Taiwan, Macau and Mongolia. Latest government statistics show the Republic's trade with North-east Asia (270 words)
    • Steel Industries invests $3.9 in to expand facilities [Articles]
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      Steel Industries invests $3.9 in to expand facilities A LOCAL company involved m the manufacture and fabrication of stainless steel equipment for the catering business has invested $3.9 million to expand its facilities. The company, Steel Industries Pte Ltd, spent $3 million on a new twostorey building at Eunos Industrial (258 words)
    • IMF approves $lb loan to Dominican Republic [Articles]
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      • NYT
      IMF approves $lb loan to Dominican Republic WASHINGTON, Sun. The International Monetary Fund, after helping to manage a US$6 billion (5512.56 billion) rescue package for Yugoslavia earlier this week, approved a US$45O million (551.22 billion) loan to the Dominican Republic on Friday and tomorrow, it will consider a US$2 billion (236 words)
    • Synthetic Resins' rights over subscribed [Articles]
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      Synthetic Resins' rights over subscribed SYNTHETIC Resins (M) Bhd's one-for-one rights issue at M 51.20 each has been slightly over-sub-scribed. At the close of the issue on Jan 19, applications were received for a total of 6.83 million shares, representing a surplus of 108,166 shares over the 6.725 million rights (202 words)
  • Page 21 Advertisements
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      Siow Hiap proudly announces a new time zone atScotts. w C()\(()H1) f'OLL.KCTION HhftAo/hMI the Concord cnUcrl\(i,i mnv h»' pnrrhii.wl durinath •shih,tmn \wrmd. At Siow Hiap, we like to move with the times. Our good customers expect it from us. So not only have we opened new premises, but weVe arranged (134 words)
  • WEEKLY SHARE ANALYSIS [Articles]
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    WEEKLY SHARE ANALYSIS WEEKLY detailed analysis of shares on the Stock Exchange of Singapore, with the year's high and low, followed by the week's movement m prices, the dividend, the net price earnings ratio and the volume of business. SECTION ONE INDUSTRIAL A COMMERCIAL Adjusted for scrip/rights. N Tax-exempted dividend. (2834 words)
  • Money and exchanges
    • DOMESTIC [Articles]
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      DOMESTIC THE US/Sing opened for the week at 2.0700-20 and was traded to a high of 2.0750-65 before easing to a a low of 2.0640.60 It closed for the week at 2.0685-95. Trading for the week was quiet and intra-day movements was within narrow margins. The Singapore dollar strengthened against (355 words)
    • DISCOUNT [Articles]
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      DISCOUNT OVERNIGHT interbank rates opened easier at 7 6 3 < per cent last week but firmed gradually towards mid-week at 10 9 Mi percent. Most of the long week-end funds were traded at an average of 8' 2 per cent despite lower closing rates of 7'i 7 per cent. (300 words)
    • Short-term money [Articles]
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      Short-term money FOR THE week ended Friday Jan 21, the range of call rates received from Short Deposits (M) Bhd was as follows: B*ak fm>4: 4 to 5.35 per cent. Geaerftl tud: 5 to 7 per cent. Mavemoate of funds totalled $1068 million. (43 words)
    • ASIAN CURRENCY RATES [Articles]
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      ASIAN CURRENCY RATES ASIAN currency average deposit rates for the week ended Jan 21: I Source: Astley Pearce. USf (Bid pricei) High Low 7 days 8 15/16 B'* 1 month 8 7 8 11/16 2 months 8 7 811/16 3 months 815/16 811/16 6 months 91/16 813/16 9 months 9'« (193 words)
    • Banks' Prime Lending Rates [Articles]
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      Banks' Prime Lending Rates BANK'S prime lending rates as at the close of "business on Friday, Jan 21, 1983, BANK'S tPLR Algemene Bank 9 3 4 American Express 10 2 Am' Dam R'terdam Bank 9 3 4 Asia Commercial 9 1 2 A NZ Banking Group 10 Ban Hin Lee (477 words)
  • Page 22 Advertisements
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      The organiser J 1,, who gave Malaysia -B i^^i^^^^^ the highly successful I 1 ~iM NOW PRESENTS AN EXHIBITION OF EQUIPMENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION, |M|K I /"M 1117 MATERIALS HANDLING AND mRLWUIr AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRIES L ~JBk 3\ f** s!JS s tfr~L___ rz —^v I* Tmlmm\MUltmmmm^Sm\ S ;aIL J THE VISITORS: (385 words)
  • S'pore exchange [Articles]
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    S'pore exchange DESPITE freaaeat bants of profit-taking, the local stock market finished a positive note last week. Buying Interest la selected counter* mttiHi to underpin the market awl this bullish undertone was able to absorb the liquidation that took place •n mere than sa« occasion. As a result, the market (552 words)
  • Kuala Lumpur [Articles]
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    Kuala Lumpur PROFIT taking emerged on the Kuala Lumpur stock market last week but m spite of this, share prices continued to stay marginally ahead m heavier volumes. The light selling, particularly among Industrial issues, cut into much of the gains chalked up m the preceding week. Finance and plantation (624 words)
  • Overseas markets [Articles]
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    Overseas markets LONDON: The market showed a firmer bias as sterling steadied after recent falls on the stock market. Trading was fairly subdued throughout the week and even another sharp fall m UK inflation as measured by Friday's retail price index failed to stimulate demand. The FT index was up (660 words)
  • COMMODITIES ROUNDUP
    • Rubber quiet [Articles]
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      Rubber quiet RUBBER futures m London ended a quiet Friday unchanged to slightly steadier, as much as £4 above Thursday's close m traded positions. Prices recovered from midday levels of about £3 below Thursday's close. Light commission house buying was prompted by sterling's decline against the dollar on Friday afternoon (215 words)
    • Tin price steady [Articles]
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      Tin price steady THE STRAITS tin price m Penang on Friday continued at the IT A floor level of M 529.15 a kilo. LONDON: Afternoon kerb dealings m tin finished Friday with Three Months standard grade metal at £7,835 a tonne, a rise of £110 from Thursday's kerb close. Afternoon (166 words)
    • Stagnant business on local exchange [Articles]
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      Stagnant business on local exchange There was, however, moderate business m London where it was reported that buying support pushed futures to contract highs before being brought lower by some late profit-taking. In New York, trading was lacklustre on slow physical activity and a lack of interest. THE Singapore produce (225 words)
    • COPPER [Articles]
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      COPPER LONDON: Copper prices on Friday (previous m brackets): Wirebars Spot buyers £990.00 (£1000.50); sellers £990.50 (£1001.00); Three Months buyers £1020.50 (£1031.50); sellers £1021.50 (£1032.00). Market tone: Easier Skies: 23,300 tonnes. (31 words)
    • GOLD [Articles]
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      GOLD Export prices m non-sterling areas m US dollar per ounce (1) Australian dollar per ounce. (2) Average price. Pri Than Melbourne! 1) 496.06B 496.48B SO4.0OS 5O1.5OS New York 483.50B 490.5OB 484. 50S 491.50S London 483.00B 491. nOB 484.00S 492.00S Zurich 481 MB 488.00B 484.00S 491.00S Paris 490 15 493.25 (68 words)
    • Better turnover on rubber market [Articles]
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      Better turnover on rubber market BETTER turnover was recorded last week as February One RSS went up four cents to a high of 173 v, (S) cents before most of the gain eventually petered out, says HaUday, Cutler and Bath m its rubber review for the week ended Jan 21. (299 words)
    • Tin, rubber closing prices [Articles]
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      Tin, rubber closing prices Jan 17 J»n 18 Jan 19 Jan 20 Jan 21 Jan 22 «Tin 29.15 29.15 29.15 29.15 29.15 Tonnes 293 245 215 195 80 Rubber (S) 171.25 168.75 171.50 170.25 171.50 Rubber (M) 190.00 188.50 191 75 190.50 191.50 *in M$ per kilo In cents per (51 words)
  • Overseas markets
    • New York [Articles]
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      New York NEW YORK stock prices closed sharply lower m moderate trading last Friday as selling developed amid rising fears that the decline m interest rates may subside. The Dow Jones industrial average lost ground from the opening bell and ended the day down 17.84 points at 1052.98. The broader (609 words)
    • Zurich [Articles]
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      Zurich DOMESTIC share prices closed firm on Friday on a higher turnover as the market appeared to move out of its recent consolidation period. Dealers could give no reasons for the rise after the slightly hesitant trend m recent days. But they noted the market has remained strong, with profit (438 words)
    • Amsterdam [Articles]
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      Amsterdam SHARE prices were higher on Friday after a higher close on Wall Street on Thursday, dealers said. The possibility of agreement on oil production and prices at the weekend Opec conference m Geneva also boosted sentiment. In Dutch internationals Akzo rose 0.80 to 36.80 guilders but Royal Dutch fell (376 words)
    • Tokyo [Articles]
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      Tokyo PRICES on Saturday opened lower after the overnight fall on Wall Street and the yen's steep depreciation against the dollar m New York. Jan 22 Yen AJinomoto 847 -4 Akal 318 +13 Amada 585 unch AsahlChem 273 unch Asahl Glass 513 -5 Bank of Tokyo 292 +1 Brldgestone 445 (335 words)
  • Page 23 Advertisements
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      NOTICES OFFERS CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES Leading to the award of the 1. Diploma m Marketing Management (1 Year) 2. a) Certificate m Industrial Management (2 Years) b) Diploma m industrial Management (1 Year) These part-time evening courses, commencing m June 1983 are designed to meet the needs of the working (784 words)
    • Page 23 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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      IN THE MX.M (Ol HI (>» THE RUM BIK M SINGAPORE Companies Winding lp No. 199 of 1982. In the Matter of the Companies Act. Chapter 185 And In the Matter of SIDJACA (SINGAPORE) PRIVATi LIMITED ADVKRTIM -AIKVI OF PETITION Notice is herebj given that a Petition tor the Winding-Up (651 words)
  • Page 24 Advertisements
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      CONFERENCE ON THE APPRAISAL OF PERFORMANCE AND ULTIMATE POTENTIAL 23-25 FEBRUARY 1983 The Conference designed for top management and personnel specialists, will focus on how to introduce Open Active Appraisal and overcome the problems encountered m its implementation. It will help you introduce a system for identifying potential m your (463 words)
    • Page 24 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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      CEILING FANS Economical Low Priced Light Adaptable Installation carried out at negligible cost Sizes available: 3-Blades Aluminium 36, 48, 56 60" 4-Blades wooden with or without cane inserts 48" 52" Only CONTACT: SHEW A BROS (S) PTE. LTD. Telephone: 223 8566 (3-lines) 1604, International Plaza Anson Road, Singapore 0207 (49 words)
  • Page 25 Advertisements
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      TELEPHONE SERVICE: RATES: cr Afifill ri C ATlON GROUP Mondoy Friday 9.00 am 5.30 pm nr^ CLASSIFICATION CROUP (5 00 pm for next day) Ordinary I 00 per word (Mm $l 5 00) D .^L "Z AN a*% a^^ \f\* A'"^. t^\ f mi^. A^k Saturday 9.00 am -300 pm (739 words)
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      19 Household 19 Household Appliances Appliances INSTANT WATER HEATER ELECTRONICALLY jM CONTROLLED aWT^BE^ COMPACT SAFE ,Mk Wk ECONOMICAL STYLISH «^^H aWMMHliMrTn'^r^^sW .aaeß^^Hl I INTER-RANK PTE LTD N^ f 0! '9 To 01 ?1 Blk 333 Kretd Aye- Road Singapore 0?08^V v-Sim. Tel: XXXXX74, XXXXX53 > £.-£5 20 Pets YES ITS (654 words)
    • Page 25 Advertisements Column 3 [Advertisements]
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      28 Health Centres/ Massage SALON CATALINA MASSAGE. Ladles Gentlemen. 319A River Valley Road. Tel: XXXXX98. 29 Beauty Cuuure DENISIL NO. 1 Skin Hair Care Systems. For best results telephone XXXXX36: Skin Naturopathic Centre. 30 Hairdressing 100 LATEST HAIR FASHION, lor your own selection by June* Hair Design Centre Hair Cut (566 words)
    • Page 25 Advertisements Column 4 [Advertisements]
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      36 House Renovation/Repair/Decor FENG SHENG IRON Works dealing m Iron grilles, windows, gates, doors, aluminlmum awnings etc. Tel: XXXXX37. GENERAL RENOVATION WORK for both commercial and private premises. Reasonable price. Enquiries. XXXXX32/ XXXXX60. RENOVATION WORKS FOR HDB, private homes, undertake office partitions, awnings and furnishings, etc. XXXXX15 anytime. RENOVATING YOUR (633 words)
    • Page 25 Advertisements Column 5 [Advertisements]
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      49 Packing/Storage/ Delivery CHEAP RATE FOR removals deliveries dumpings sea, aircargo clearings shipments. Telephone Joeson: XXXXX90 XXXXX45 (days). HOUSE REMOVAL/ TRANSPORTATION Service Day/ Night. Reasonable charges. Workers provided. Tel: XXXXX97 Specialise In Piano. SPECIALISE IN HOUBEHOLD, office, factory removals. Lorries, cranes for hire. Dumping, carton boxes supply. Call C.D.T. XXXXX67/ (630 words)
    • Page 25 Advertisements Column 6 [Advertisements]
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      50 Office Equipment/ 50 Office Equipment/ 50 Office Equipment/ Supplies Supplies Supplies Kangaroo b RAND I J B MlOO I WE ARE AN OFFICE EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER IN SINGAPORE AND WE REQUIRE SOLE AGENTS TO PROMOTE OUR RANGE OF PRODUCTS IN THE REGION OF SINGAPORE, MALAYSIA BRUNEI, etc. INTERESTED PARTIES, PLEASE (555 words)
    • Page 25 Advertisements Column 7 [Advertisements]
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      55 Commercial Vessels: Sale/Charter TUG BOATS/ BARGES of various sizes for sale/ charter. Tel: XXXXX02/ XXXXX60. Telex: RS3S237CML. 1972 PONTOON, TONNAGE 212.83 M/T. Measurement 100 x 30 x 8. Tel: XXXXX12/ XXXXX00. 56 Commercial Vessels Wanted REQUIRED TO PURCHASE/ Charter Barge 180' x 50' x 10' and above. Offers to: (547 words)
    • Page 25 Advertisements Column 8 [Advertisements]
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      60 Business Opportunities FRESH VEGETABLES seafood, provision supplies dally. Interested tel: XXXXX52. Mr. Wee. 62 Other Products/ Services f SELF-APPUCABLK INSTANT WHITK ANT KXTERMINATION Do II by your-trir Rfd Sral Anti Termite Chetniral Compound ObulruMt from PO GI'AN COMPANY l S3, Chulla So**t. Spore 0104 I>l WliW \l 65 Situations (348 words)
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      Hr FOB SALE: "TAYLOH'B Voyage fir*, |l^B Round the World by the US f n JIL 1 Frigate Columbia, 1842" and Ji^m^J CtM other rare books. Discover mW^ I?VW them at No 14 Antiques. J £71 FOR SALE BEI,OW cost: bou- fg^ j/ufl tlque dresses In beautifully B^^^Ma^^^ |V"2 assorted (409 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant a) Protessional Executive Female Project Coordinator required by Children* Horn* for a small office Bookkeeping to final accounts typing essential Working hours flexible. Salary terms negotiable. Pise write with curriculum vitae to: Children* Aid Society, 503, Clementi Rd (2159) EXPERIENCED GRAPHIC ARTIST. Salary negotiable. Write to: JI (242 words)
  • Page 26 Advertisements
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial d) Secretarial Clerical Clerical r YAMAZAKI CONSTRUCTION (S) PTE. LTD Looking for ambitious and self-motivated person to join us as PERSONNEL OFFICER The person we are looking for will be responsible for the formulation and implementation of company's procedures and personnel policies. (711 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical NUTRI-METICS An International Cosmetic Company requires GENERAL SALES CLERK We require a Female who poasaaaaa the following pra-raqui-aitas: a Must be a Singapore citizen a With at least 2 years working experience Knowledge of typing a Be hardworking and prepared to work overtime a (257 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical sharp] We have an immediate va- I cancy for a FEMALE CLERK TYPIST m our Representative Office. REQUIREMENTS: Minimum OCE 'O' Level I Certificate with credit m English Be able to type accurately with a minimum speed of 40 w.p.m. Be able to handle (406 words)
    • Page 26 Advertisements Column 4 [Advertisements]
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      66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical JmSL |Areitt\bu\vbrking?] PERMANENT JOBS: PABX OPERATOR Town, $500 above MALE TELEX OPERATOR Town, 3 shifts, $650 CALL: XXXXX25 TEMPORARY JOBS: SECRETARIES Bukit Timah, no shorthand required TYPISTS Shenton Way CALL: XXXXX65 V^mbT^^HhHHHHbjsß W BjbV.» iUkI Ikl *Km An established manufacturer m Jurong requires: FEMALE (393 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical A newly established trading Company requires a GENERAL CLERK Requirements: Completed secondary 4 c Clerical working experience an advantage a Typing speed 45 wpm a Bilingual a Able to start work immediately Interested parties, please call personally at: 11-C, Mackenzie Road Singapore 0922 (Opposite (537 words)
    • Page 26 Advertisements Column 6 [Advertisements]
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      66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical EXPERIENCED TELEX OPERATOR CUM ACCOUNTS CLERK required c Good knowledge of operating telex machine c Able to keep full set of Accounts Please apply with full personal particulars and salary expected to: S.T. BOX AXXXXX, 390 Kirn Seng Road Singapore 0923. Leading Security Printing (610 words)
    • Page 26 Advertisements Column 7 [Advertisements]
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      66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical INSURANCE BROKERS REQUIRES Female Typist cum Accounts Clerk. Speaks English/ Mandarin. Apply stating salary expected, contact telephone: 31C, Hongkong Street. Singapore 0105. JURONG COMPANY REQUIRES An Experienced Shipping Clerk. Familiar with all aspects of Import/ Export works. Applicants must stay In Jurong or nearby (690 words)
    • Page 26 Advertisements Column 8 [Advertisements]
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant c) Sales c) Sales BOLTER SIMON (PTE) LTD m line with its expansion programme invites applications from aggressive experienced sales personnel for the following positions:--(A) CATERING CONSUMER DEPT (i) SALES EXECUTIVE (ii) SALES REPRESENTATIVE (B) ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPT (i) TECHNICAL SALES REPRESENTATIVES (C) HARDWARE (677 words)
  • Page 27 Advertisements
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      66 Situations Vacant c) Sales HARDWORKING SALESMEN/GIRLS required If you are: energetic ambitious looking for a career In sales between 19 to 30 years willing to learn If you can: work Irregular hours start working Immediately If you: possess Initiative possess drive want to develop your self confidence Then we (418 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant c) Sales An established Narrow Fabric Manufacturer m Upper Pays Lebar /MacPherson require*:1. ASSISTANT to Sale* Oept c Age above 20 years old. c OCE level with good command of English. c Preferably with shorthand, typing and operate telex machine. c Able to converse In Mandarin. c (591 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant c) Sales "wanted 2ND INCOME PEOPLE who are Intelligent, aggressive, mature to market an unusual Intangible product. Complete details will be given In an Interview but we will tell you this much now, 2nd Income earnings averaging $100-$2OO PER WEEK Those with at least 3 0' level (682 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant c) Sales SINGAPORE'S LARGEST LIFE Insurance Company requires ambitious full/part-time Agents. Training provided. Call G Colin: XXXXX1/XXXXX73 MALE AND FEMALE Sales Executives wanted. Basic pay and high commission. Interested please contact XXXXX37/ 8. REQUIRED URGENTLY ENGLISH speaking Salesgirls. Interested call personally 41/43 High Street, Singapore 0617. SALESGIRL (389 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant Technical t) Technical to work on cutter suction dredge* I At least 5 years' experience m dredges or slml-l lar equipment Experience In hydraulic systems Age 30 to 45 years old for overseas assignments I Apply In writing stating full particulars and salary I (523 words)
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      TOM* IVAN ENGINEERING CO. requires: 4 MECHANICAL OR I ELECTRICAL 4 4 DRAUGHTSMEN 4 II With 1 to 2 experience to A T work In petroleum refinery T fin Jurong (not m Islands). f. 4 Good salary commensurate 4 T with experience. t Please submit applications f 4 with qualifications, (445 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant Technical Owner of a complex require*: EXPERIENCED AIRCONOITION A REFRIGERATION MECHANIC to work on 2 to 3 rotating shifta. Please call: XXXXX77 for interview Wall established Developer Firm requires: ASSISTANT SITE FOREMAN Preferably with I—2 years' experience m supervision of architectural work of luxurious apartments. Write with (404 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant g) Production g) Production W GENERAL Xt& ELECTRIC jB 11 Consumer Electronics Re Ltd J|| OPERATORS^ m& Minimum Pay flk $14.34 m Jsg||^Requlrements: j|j»| Singaporean or Malaysian |||l Age: 16 and above |g§ Increment after confirmation (3 months) $§5| NWC wage Sew •No shift (588 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant g) Production USA Hermetic Motor Operation Re Ltd has immediate vacancies FEMALE MACHINE OPERATORS 2nd shift 3.25pm to 11.50pm Requirements 18 years above Primary education Singapore citizen Singapore permanent residents Interview m person between Monday to Friday (8.30 am to 4 00pm) Bus to our factory from (271 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant g) Production g) Production g) Production g) Production BE OUR PIONEERSI MATTEL Electronics Asia Ltd, a U.S. Multinational producer and distributor of home video games and other consumer electronic products, is expanding its manufacturing operations to Singapore. Our (430 words)
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      TRAVENOL LABORATORIES PTE LTD We are a multi-national company specialising In the manufacture of medical products. Our company Is now embarking on an expansion programme. We Invite applications for the position of: FEMALE OPERATORS Requirements: Applicants should be 16 to 40 years old and completed Primary education We offer: 5-day (189 words)
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      Owing to our expansion program, a large watch manufacturing company m Marsiling estate has vacancies for: FEMALE PRODUCTION OPERATORS We offer: No shift work Working hours 8 am to 4.45 pm 26 off days Free transport Free uniform Free medical benefits We also welcome Malaysians to apply. Interested applicants please (104 words)
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      Data Heads Manufacturer of Magnetic Recording Heads for the Computer Industry has vacancy for a MALE LINE; LEADER for our support shift (4.30pm to 1 1 .OOpcn) If you think the time is Just what you want and you have at least 2 years line leader/supervision experience, then why not (171 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant g) Production Singatronics 1 (S) Pte Ltd 1 YOU CAN BE ONE OF THE 100 GIRLS TO QUALIFY Meet the grade with us at Singatronics as 5-day work week Good starting salary Transport allowance Attendance allowance Norn icroscopic work Free medical attention Call personally at: SINGATRONICS IS) (351 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant g) Production An established international company manufacturing high quality watchcaeee urgently require*: MACHINE SET-UP MEN c Experience In setting up turning machines Preferably with technical education Able t<> read blueprints Willing to work on permanent 3rd shift Benefits: Attractive starting salary with high confirmation adjustment Free transport (429 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous I) Miscellaneous NATIONAL IRON STEEL MILLS LTD invites applicants for the following positions: A. EUECTRICIANS c NTC 3 m Electrical Fitting and Installation OR 3 years relevant experience c Able to work shifts B. FITTERS c NTC 3 m General Welding OR (684 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous I) Miscellaneous 1 United Overseas Land Group of Companies requires: Waiters/Waitresses Sf. Accounts Cterk Cook Personnel Clerk Kitchen Porters Office Boy Security Guards Artisan Houseman Carpenter Electricians Attractive salaries and fringe benefits will be offered to successful candidates. Interested applicants please apply (415 words)
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      A Wall Established Company has vacancies for (A)COMPUTER OPERATOR QCE 'O' level. Minimum two years experience. (B)SALES REPRESENTATIVE Several years sales experience In Building Materials or Industrial Products preferred, and Technical background an advantage. Ability to communicate with Developers, Architects and Building Engineers. Passed QCE 'C level with credit m (352 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous TOBUTSU SINGAPORE (M A F) PTE LTD An established Japeneee Firm dealing m faetemers, carbide and diamond cutting tooto requiree for immediate emptoy--1) ACCOUNTS ASSISTANT c Completed GCE 'O' level Age 24 years and below, c Basic knowledge of Book-keeping, a Working experience an advantage (445 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous CENTURY PARK SHERATON SINGAPORE requires SECURITY OFFICERS Completed Secondary education WAITERS/ WAITRESSES ROOM STEWARDESSES Mare applicants should have completed NS Please call personally at: The Personnel Department CENTURY PARK SHERATON SINGAPORE ■L Nastim Hill Singapore 1025 ±^r Large European Furniture manufacturer urgently requiree: 1) CLERK/ (373 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant Miscellaneous Vacancies for QC OPERATORS Gross Income $450 per month STOREHANDS Gross Income #420 per month Requirements: c Male Singaporean or Malaysian c Age 16-24 years old c Minimum Secondary 2 level c GCE 'O' level for QC Operator post c Completed NS preferably We offer: Normal (463 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous PLAY ft SAY WITH PADDY AND PIP Internationally established Organisation with registered offices throughout the Far East Countries has Immediate vacancies for several enthusiastic and personable Ladles and Gentlemen to Join the Company as: MANAGEMENT TRAINEES m the newly established AUDIO VISUAL AIDS DIVISION No (454 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous HOLLANDSE CLUB requires A) ACCOUNTS CLERK c OCE O' Level. c Some accounting background. c Salary negotiable. c Food allowance and Incentives. B) TECHNICIAN c Oood knowledge of servicing kitchen equipment. c Must be qualified In Electrical Fittings and Installation Work. c Salary negotiable. c (537 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous BUKIT TIMAH SHOPPING CENTRE urgently requires SECURITY GUARDS c Male Singaporeans c Shift duties c Able to speak/write English Interested applicants, please call personally at: Suite 701, 8 th Floor, Bukit Timah Shopping Centre 170, Upper Bukit Timah Road, Spore 2158 Tel: XXXXX5, XXXXX7 GENERAL (554 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous MALE DRIVER GENERAL WORKER Required Must possess class 3 driving licence. Interested call at 179J Union Bldg 9-th Floor Tras Street Spore 0207. Required FEMALE SCHOOL LEAVERS for packing at Jurong site. Interested applicants, please call MM at No. 18 Howard Road Singapore 1336 for (777 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous GRASS CUTTERS REQUIRED. Call personally: Blk. 123. 03-84 Bukit Merah Lane I. Tel. XXXXX11. after office hours: XXXXX19 LEGAL FIRM REQUIRES a Despatched Clerk Able to read write simple English. Interview call Miss Lim XXXXX31. OFFICE BOY/ GIRL required. Apply m writing to: 1704, Jalan (555 words)
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      74 Vehicle Financing/ Insurance ■pi EASY LOANS FOR NEW AND USED CARS Up to 90% loans Low interest rates 4-year repayment Prompt service ft UNITED OVERSEAS FINANCE Tel: XXXXX82 (11 lines) XXXXX24 XXXXX13 XXXXX33 I KAH HUA CREDIT. Good terms for new and used car hire purchase Tel: XXXXX55, XXXXX57. (568 words)
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      76 Vehicles For Sale i c) Ford END 1978 CORTINA 16 GL Aircond, radio cassette, new paint, tyres (PARF). Reasonable offer. XXXXX2 1977 FORD CORTINA Ghla Manual Aircond, radio/ cassette, new tax/tyres/palntwork. Beautiful condition. $8,700 0.n.0 XXXXX94. 1978 CORTINA 2000 Ghla, automatic. Excellent condition. New tax, PARF eligible $14,500 negotiable. (793 words)
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      76 Vehicles For Sale Mitsubishi ALMOST 1982 COLT Supershlft 1400 OLX, 5-door. 1 company owner, aircond. radio/cassette, power windows, original metallic paint Beautiful condition. XXXXX61. 1978 SIGMA 2000 c.c. Alrcon, sports rims, 1 company owner. 5-speed 100% well maintained Non PARF $11,500 0.n.0. Loan $8,000 or exchange scrap car XXXXX48 (808 words)
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      76 Vehicles For Sale I) Others END 1977 VOLVO 264, fully automatic, alrcondltloner, central locking and side mirrors. One private owner, metallic silver colour $32,800 0.n.0. View: 86. Jalan Pemlmpln. CITROEN 1861 CX Athena, silver metallic, alrcon, radio/cassette, road tax till July '83. 22.740 km. To view and test drive, (583 words)
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      76 Vehicles For Sale m) Commercial Vehicles 1979 SUZUKI VAN. Just passed Inspection. Selling $7,000. Call XXXXX71/XXXXX39, 9.00 am to 5.00pm. 1980 DATSUN 120Y Van. Ist owner, aircond, cassette, beautiful condition. $9,000 0.n.0. XXXXX95. 1980 DATSUN 120Y blind van, with alrcon, one owner. For $9,200. Tel: XXXXX38. 1980 TOYOTA COROLLA (771 words)
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      78 Scrap Vehicles WANTED SCRAP 985 $5,700, 1600 $7,600, 2000 $12,500, 2300 $27 500 XXXXX57/ XXXXX40 (night XXXXX61 Kwok) 4200 C.C. SCRAP Cars for immediate Scrap Price negotiable. Call: XXXXX40. REQUIRED SCRAP CARB from 1001 c.c. 2000 c.c. Tel: XXXXX33. 85 Housing Loans Attractive rates for fixed deposits saving accounts (596 words)
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      86 Accommodation Vacant a) Houses DIST. 11, BEAUTIFUL DOUBLESTOREY bungalow, situated In the vicinity of Raffles Park on high ground, overlooking lush green surroundings with 4 bedrooms, study, servant's, and big matured garden. Separate living/ dining areas. Total area 13,500 sq.ft. with brand new built-in pool for $7,500 only. Holland (847 words)
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      86 Accommodation Vacant a) Houses DIST. 11, HILLCREBT PARK, 2storey bungalow, 4 bedrooms with attached bathrooms, fully furnished, $3,200. SBS Realty Services: XXXXX22. OIST. 10, OFF HOLLAND Road, renovated single-storey semidetached with 3 bedrooms, nice quiet location, for only $2,500. Holland Housing: 235-7404 OIST. 13 BENNETT ESTATE beautifully renovated single-storey (795 words)
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      86 Accommodation 86 Accommodation 86 Accommodation Vacant Vacant Vacant b) Apartments b) Apartments b) Apartments WawT ¥;\J*- k fl <-' Bill-. FBjjJ^^"* 1 'THT "^~wtifNßKoQF^^m n txt usivt apartment block >~T I i?'- flaHErtS I located m prestigeous Bukit Timah 7 ,L.(, g||—^^g^M^yTTK Amtrc 10 minutes drive to shopping ■npjBPJMr^^BJ (622 words)
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      DIST. 11 N«ar Goldhill Square New luxurious coodmmium with swimming pool. a 5 mlns to Central Business District. 3or 4 bedrooms (carpeted). a Spacious living/ dining. a Fully airconditioned. a Near supermarkets/ shopping centres. Only 10 units Ml Furnished/ unfurnished arrangoabto. RENT: $3,000 $3,500 p.m. (Maintenance inclusive). VANDA REALTY PTE. (259 words)
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      FABER GARDEN DIST. 5 $2,800 NEW TOWNHOUBES DIST. 10 $4,300 HOLLAND COURT DIST. 10 $2,800 ROBIN COURT $5,000 CAIRNHILL PLAZA DIST. 9 $4,500 ELIZABETH TOWER DIST. 9 $6,000 SHERWOOD TOWER DIST. 21 $2,500 CALL: XXXXX3 (PRINCIPALS ONLY) c Diatrict 10, Terrace apartment with spacious centralised alrcond living/ dining areas. 4 (404 words)
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      86 Accommodation Vacant b) Apmrtments DIBT. 10 CASABELLA A brand new condominium project which enjoys its own exclusive garden and terrace facilities. Swimming pool and other recreational amenities. 3/4 bedroom* available for rental immediately. For further detail*, contact: LAND ALE PTE LTD TEL: XXXXX0 DIBT. 9, CHEN YUAN PENTHOUBE, 4 (755 words)
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      86 Accommodation Vacant b) Apartments OUEENSWAY TOWER. ATTRACTIVE 3-btdroomtd apartment. Furnished ROOD Kirn I, ln Mansion (Jalan Arnap). Furnished, $2,300. Pacific Mansion Furnish ed $1,900. New Century Realty ■ma RIVER VALLEY $1,350. Spottl.swoode Park $1,400 to $1,700. St. Patricks View $2,800 Hong Ltoni Garden $2,600 Dlst. 9 Kirn Ma Court (848 words)
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      86 Accommodation Vacant b) Apartments DIST. 11, CENTRALLY LOCATED fully furnished 3-bedroomed apartment with telephone and alrcondltloner. Please call XXXXX11 DIST. 10, PANDAN VALLEY Poinsettia Block, high floor, beautifully furnished, 4 bedrooms, aircond, TV, recreational facilities, $4,000 negotiable D.Y.P XXXXX23. DIST. 15 KINGS MANSION 3-bed-roomed, fully furnished, located between beach (782 words)
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      86 Accommodation Vacant b) Apartments SELETAR MIMOSA COURT, 2-bed-roomed condominium, $1,300. Balestler Ruby Plaza, 3-bed-roomed $1,650 unfurnished. Roltery XXXXX6/ 7. SPOTTISWOODE PARK, (CONVENIENT to Shen ton Way) Brand new apartment. 1 separate bedroom. $1,000. Chelsea Homes: XXXXX15. TAMAN SERASI, NEARBY Orchard Road, 3-bedroomed apartment, fully furnished, available 1.2.1983. Interested contact (787 words)
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      86 Accommodation Vacant c) Rooms ROOM TO LET at any area Please contact Ricky, XXXXX16. 87 Accommodation Wanted a) Houses HUGE AMERICAN/JAPANESE CORPORATION urgently requires: TERRACE/SEMI-DETACHED/ BUNGALOW/APARTMENT m d15t .9, 10 .11 and 15 Furnished/unfurnished. Flexible budget. Owners, please contact: G.E. Housing Agency: XXXXX38 A WELL ESTABLISHED American Company urgently (583 words)
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      89 Properties For Sale 89 Properties For Sale a) Houses a) Houses mBURJPQUwU p§§ ESTATE k^Vi 3500 OFFICES M^SSM WORLDW'OE I $'000 LOCATION DIST 460 Eaat Coaat Pk 15 475 SeletarGdn 28 510 Coral Pk 20 600 Badofcvilla 16 600 Richardt Pk 19 995 JlnSenang 14 1050 Dunaamßd 11 1300 (322 words)
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      a Diat. 1024, Coronation Road Waat, brand new doublestorey detached, 5 bedrooms/ attached bathrooms, freehold. $1.33 million 0.n.0. a Diat. 16, naar Bedok Boya School, double-storey link detached, split-level, 3 bedrooms, 5,500 sq.ft. $715,000 0.n.0. c Diat. 17, naar Jalan Mariam, double-storey semi-detach-ed, fully carpeted, furnished, swimming pool. $520,000 0.n.0. (472 words)
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      89 Properties For Sale a) Houses DIST. 10 OFF SIXTH Avenue, 3 year-old beautifully designed 2 1/2-storey bungalow, approx. 8,600 sq.ft. 5-bedroomed/ servant's, central alrcond, Indoor fountain/ spiral staircase. Tenanted at $8,000. Price $1.45 million. Hongswee Housing, XXXXX11. DIST. 10, VICTORIA PARK singlestorey bungalow. 22,000 sq.ft. 3 rooms, 2 bathrooms, (395 words)
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      89 Properties For Sale a) Houses DIST. 11, BUNGALOW, DOUBLESTOREY. Four bedrooms, study. Modern architecture. Marble flooring. Selling: $1.5 million. XXXXX13/XXXXX65. DIST. 16 JALAN REMIS, renovated double-storey semi-detached. 3,500 sq.ft Freehold. $610,000 negotiable. Patron: XXXXX05/ XXXXX19. DIST. 19 (RICHARD'S AVENUE) well renovated 4-bedroomed double-storey semi-detached. 3,700 sq.ft. freehold. 5 years (349 words)
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      89 Properties For Sale a) Houses DIST. 10 WHITE HOUSE Park mod- em design bungalow with balcony all round swimming pool $2.4 million Lindtrac Agency XXXXX79 DIST. 28 SINGLE-STOREY TERRACE, 3 bedrooms, 1,700 sq ft 999 years. Vacant possession. $270,000. J C: XXXXX31 SELETAR GARDEN 2-STOREY building. Completion end of (352 words)
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      89 Properties For Sale b) Private Apartments CHOICE APARTMENTS FOR INVESTMENT a Nawton Heights, 1,290 sq.ft. $510,000 a Crystal Tower, 3,200 sq.ft. $750,000 a Cairnhill Plaza, 2,820 sq.ft. $800,000 a Futura, 2,900 sq.ft $980,000 a Lucky Tower, 2,800 sq.ft. $1 million Beverly Hills, 4,100 sq.ft. $1.9 million LIBERTY HOUSING PTE (279 words)
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      89 Properties For Sale 89 Properties For Sale 89 Properties For Sale b) Private Apartments b) Private Apartments b) Private Apartments NEWS FLASH Phase One Sold Out Phase Two-Few Units Left! Villa Delle Rose. Luxurious homes m a quiet and beautifully landscaped environment. Villa Delle Rose consists of putting green, (557 words)
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      Foraigrwr* •liflibl* Only $200 p.a.f. Pandan VaUcy Panthouaa with roof garden. 4,500 sq.ft. 4 bedrooms with attached bathrooms. $900,000. VILL ANELLE XXXXX61 OS LAND PTE LTD Novana Villa cosy walk-up apartment, Thomson Road. Spaclous llvlng/dining areas and well equipped kitchen, balconies. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, covered carpark and security. Good (498 words)
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      89 Properties For Sale 89 Properties For Sale b) Private Apartments b) Private Apartments ©etog Court Modern Condominium on Balmeg Hill Apartments and Stepped Houses Beautifully designed Panoramic sea-view Next to Haw Par Villa Easy access to City Jurong Tennis Court, Swimming Pool Club House Freehold Land Up to 80% (778 words)
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      JALAN JINTAN, KIMBIA COURT, Blk. A, high floor 2-bedroomed apartment. Servant's room. Beautifully renovated $380,000 XXXXX92 (no agents). LEEDON HEIGHT HIGH floor, phase 1. Completion mid '83. Area 1,700 sq.ft. 3 bedrooms, price $590,000. Don Associates XXXXX41/ 2. NIM PARK (BELETAR Hills). Groundfloor 2-bedroomed condo apartment with private garden. $360,000 (589 words)
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      89 Properties For Sale c) HDB/HUDC Apartments MARINE CRESCENT 4-roomed $109,000 (negotiable). Telok Blangah 3-roomed $58,000. 4roomed $109,000 (negotiable). Zlon Road (Covent Garden t 3roomed $80,000. XXXXX13. 3-ROOMED HDB IMPROVED flat, Toa Payoh, built-in wardrobes and kitchen cabinets, partly furnished with alrcon, ceramic flooring, future MRT, $65,000 0.n.0. Tel: XXXXX11. (669 words)
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      90 Properties Wanted 90 Properties Wanted 90 Properties Wanted I DEVELOPMENT I I SITES WANTED I HOUSE AND APARTMENT wanted by our clients for Investment or occupation. Flexible budget. Owners call RTP, XXXXX69/ XXXXX47. LOOKING FOR A medium size terrace house around Jurong Town vicinity. Budget around $300,000. Owners please (1502 words)
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      92 Warehouses/ Storage Spaces DIST. 215«, OFF 11 miles Upper Buklt Tlmah Road, Industrial vacant land for rent 50,000 sq.ft 10 cents ojt.t Sin Hua Hln Housing Agency: XXXXX61/2, XXXXX57/ 8. FACTORY ANO WAREHOUSE For rent at Jurong Food Zone area, building area 20,000 sq ft. Interested please call XXXXX76. (560 words)
  • Page 33 Advertisements
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      91 Factory Spaces 91 Factory Spaces 91 Factory Spaces 91 Factory Spaces 91 factory Spaces 91 Factory Spaces Vacant/Wanted Vacant/Wanted Vacant/Wanted Vacant/Wanted Vacant/Wanted Vacant/Wanted .SHflWßntlM CITIMAC INDUSTRIAL LUMHLbX Y^^B| ,^l^^s^+ OnUfinUUlfl Modern factory with up to date fTjL t*«c.^. 'WAREHOUSE TdsO^lY^^'l^XZ 5« ytocaledal cttftwov.o Xt^lV^^Lv^'i j giSBB 1 ILSM fI^CW* (506 words)
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      93 Office Spaces 93 Office Spaces 93 Office Spaces A; JV«jif«l *»> Rental b) Rental ■I OFFICE TO LET CENTRAL BUILDING HAVELOCK ROAD LOCALITY 300 sq.ft. to 800 sq.ft. Second Floor With Window Includes: New building curtain wall; Central aircon; 120 tenant neighbours; Good maintenance; Clean toilets. BEST PRICE SPECIAL (1446 words)
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      93 Office Spaces 93 Office Spaces 93 Office Spaces 93 Office Spaces b) Rental b) Rental b) Rental b) Rental mjgsss^ssssMam H" GOLDHILL ~^^^B k SQUARE- Free 100% woollen carpeting Hlpittfcfcw^ I Letting Office: Ml H 2^2 5651.252 5173, Free vertical louvred blinds 252 5287 INTERNATIONAL PLAZA (Next to the (635 words)
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      94 Shop Spaces a) Sale PEACE CENTRE. 039. 556 sq.ft. $1,000 p.s.f. Vacant. Phone: XXXXX45. SHOP AT TAMPINES Road, near Airport, about 1,800 sq ft $390,000 Interested call Mr Leong XXXXX04. b) Rental FAR EAST PLAZA N*xt to Hyatt Hotel Prime Shop Spaces of various sizes suitable for all kinds (68 words)
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      93 Office Spaces 93 Office Spaces 93 Office Spaces 93 Office Spaces b) Rental b) Rental b) Rental b) Rental X BUILDING I Smil 'j m *M Top level off ice space X S*«it« Jfj Competitive Rental Rates E* SSii«««*' Don't miss this opportunity to ■B w establish your company (580 words)
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      94 Shop Spaces b) Rental PRIME LOCATION SHOP SPACES FOR RENT ORCHARD PLAZA Shops 225 to 377 sq.ft. RUBY SHOPPING PLAZA Shops 182 to 264 sq.ft. FAR EAST SHOPPING CENTRE Shop 261 sq.ft. Ideal lor boutique*, hairdretiing •alons, florists, truck »hop«, textile •howroomt, *tc. TEL: XXXXX11 JaiaW MU» Ng/ Catherine (375 words)
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      93 Office*Spacfl» 93 Office Spaces 93 Office Spaces 93 Office Spaces 93 Office Spaces b) Rental b) Rental b) Rental b) Rental b) Rental \/^4>T f iiiiizninuiiiimiiKiiiiiiitKiiis J^mmmrngmmmmmaTamawd/ I -mm t^^^^-^jl^^^^^Jnwr \V 9 mil 'illMaßJs^ ■^■bthjlLm S^B^F^^fc^siLi "^bbbbb ■mbP' _^m Vl\\Vl\ XXXXX0 people pass this building every day A unique (533 words)
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      fOO Air Travel i i GATEWAY TRAVEL FOR economical and reliable airfares tours worldwide. Call at:- 68, Robinson Road, Singapore 0104. Tel: XXXXX39/XXXXX30. TA 411. MAS TRAVEL CHARTERS. Tel: XXXXX55 opposite Cathay Cinema, XXXXX77 beside Ming Court Hotel Specialist Student Business Travel. TA 175 ORIENT EXPRESS PTE LTD, 411 Far (120 words)
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      102 Tours 102 Tours 102 Tours Four for the Price tiflwq HUS Free Flight to/fratn Indonesia Yes, the Pearl of Scandinavia is offering 2 free crfises for every four persons travelling on full cruise sharing same >n B Kon cabin. For fly-cruise packages, the 3rd 4th* persons need only pay (328 words)
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      102 Tourt 102 Tours 102 Tours J^fc^WNERS HOLIDAYS M t" \^_^bßblb^^ A reliable way to travel V***] 1«* 10 DAYS *-V",J ALL JAPAN HOUMtfS «<f' I NOlrVSs2s99^>Ss22o3^ D k f 1 HIGHLIGHTS: First class hotels. All meals provided (50% Chinese meals). Services of a professional tour manager. SV Extension to (542 words)
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      Twin cities of Hong Kong J&Macaii^ C?^bt '^r Imperial Banquet All Girls Revue from Crazy-Horse Daparfura: Every Saturday I 7 days $1625 Reliance Trawl Agenda* He. Ltd. Suite XXXXX220 Merzaimne Fir Spore Shopping Centre 190 Clemenceau Avenue Singapore 0923 ARCHIPELAGO SPECIALS Tal: XXXXX62/5, XXXXX38/9, XXXXX30/ XXXXX29 G3B, LUCKY PLAZA, ORCHARD (436 words)
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      102 Tours NAM HO TRAVEL SERVICE (t) PTE. LTD. Hut 1 OHlci: Gl4-16-18, Pearl's Centre, Eu Tong Sen Street, (Yangtze Theatre) Singapore 0105. Tel: XXXXX33 (7 lines) Irwct OHlci: 1 1 9, People's Park Complex, Ground Floor, New Bridge Road, Singapore 0105. Tel: 91 1661/91 1662 XXXXX3/XXXXX2/XXXXX6 XXXXX8/XXXXX63 TA 140 (570 words)
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      102 Tours TAO33 _j mm iHjy _i q. sSSH flail 00 gf.-!°<s to O O C iff ii.yrs 5 t- m 4>£l- ra ■fi o5c»~ ■S s*< co c P g is o j" 5 o>:k P 2 ?«8g* o to *^i"j£ m Illffll W 3 <])£.(- CO ib C (175 words)
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      102 Tours 102 Tours m^^k\ Ki rn Travel Service Re. lid. myiim M G326, Merlin Plaza. Tel: XXXXX42 (7 lines). ta 3O9 MiaM/Laki Tab 5 Days $499 Dep: Mon BKK/Pittiyi/Cklingmi 5 Days $731 1 Days $851 Dep: Sun, Mon. JKT/BMiing/Puicik 5 Days $639 Dep: Wed, Sat. Mmlii/Bigiis/QloMipo 6 Days $1085 (558 words)
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      110 Computer COMPUTER PROGRAMMING COURSES SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR STUDENTS, SCHOOL LEAVERS ft OTHERS Intensive Course: Mon. Fri. 9a.m. 12p.m. or 12p.m. 3p.m. or 3p.m. 6p.m. Normal Course: Mon/ Tues/ Wed/ Thurs/ Fri. 7p.m. 10p.m., Sat. 12p.m. 3p.m. 3p.m. 6p.m. Sun. 12p.m. 3p.m. or 3p.m. 6p.m. Basic Programming (Ele/ Inter/ Ad (555 words)
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      110 Computer 110 Computer TMC has the training facilities, study materials and the experienced and qualified lecturers to assist you m pursuing a career m computer. APPLY NOW! COURSES AVAILABLE NCC Training Library for Systems Analysis Part-time Basic/Cobol Programming Part-time (Weekend) Basic/Cobol Programming (for School Leavers) Full-time C&G 746 Basic (995 words)
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      112 Commercial CLIFFORD BRANCH sth fir Blk 162, Bt. Merah Town Ctr Tel: XXXXX90/XXXXX92 SHORTHAND (THEORY) •Mon-Frl 9.30- 10.30 am 7/2 •Mon/Frl 8.30- 10 00pm 7/2 Mon-Frl 3.00- 4.00pm 7/2 •Frl 7 00- 8.30pm 11/2 Sun 3.30- 5.00pm 13/2 SHORTHAND SPEED 50-70 wpm Wed 7.00- 8.30pm Frl 7.00- 8.30pm 60-90wpm (744 words)
  • OBITUARIES
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      141 Deaths MRS P.S. NAIR (K.U. DAKSHAYANI) AGED 53 YRS Pataad away peacefully on 13.1.83 m Medurai leaving behind. Huabend: P.S. Nalr Sons: Rajan, Jayakumar Daughters: VIJI. Ramanl Son-in-Law: Subramanlam Grand Daughter Madhurl Alma Shanti Pooja will be held on 28.1.83 at 7.00 pm at Si»an Temple Orchard Road. Relatives (236 words)
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      141 Deaths BHAH BANBILAL BHOGIL AL Doopoot Sympathy ond Hoartfolt Condoloncos to Iho Boroavod Family From: iMR MRS N.C. PATEL (Sincere Family Friondehip of Ouortor Century) (26 words)
    • 143 Acknowledgements [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      143 Acknowledgements THE FAMILY OF THE LATE ROSA TOH KIM KEOW Express thoir heartfelt thanks to all Iha doctor*, sisters a nurses of Gleneagles Hospital, prioats members ol Church of Sta. Peter a. Paul, colleagues, friends and relatives for thoir assistance, prayora, moaaagos of condolence, wreaths, donations, night visita, attendance (103 words)
    • 144 In Memoriam [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      144 In Memoriam She lives on m our minds THE MEMORY OF KEE CHOOI EONG DEPARTED 24.1.1981. Death it sweet-suffer no more And liberation to olornol root m Nirvana (Nibbana) FROM HUSBAND TANG CHOY EAN And DAUGHTER JULIE. In Loving Memory of MISS V. BABY SAROO J A DEPARTED 24.1.78 (169 words)
  • BIG SWEEP [Articles]
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    BIG SWEEP FIRST: XXXXX SECOND: XXXXX THIRD: XXXXX STARTERS: XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX. CONSOLATIONS: XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX. (30 words)
  • Wilson shows class to land a fine double [Articles]
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    Wilson shows class to land a fine double TONTO FAIRWAY By land IPOH, Sun. Visiting Perth jockey Johnny Wilson showed astute judgement to land a splendid double on Jade Mountain and lisa Greene here today. Wilson rode Jade Mountain to a fine victory m Race 6 a Class 6 Div (2543 words)
  • Two jockeys suspended [Articles]
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    Two jockeys suspended IPOH, Sun. Jockeys Ariffin Man and Asuwadi Nawi were suspended for their respective offences over the weekend. Ariffin was suspended two race days for inconsiderate riding on Jadilah m Race 8 today while Asuwadi got three days for failing to nde Kita Punya out with his normal (1266 words)
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      112 Commercial 112 Commercial BE A PROFESSIONAL SECRETARY! To be a IST CLASS SECRETARY, you need to develop secretarial skills, technological skills m office equipment and systems, poise and a personality to go with it. You will get all of these and MORE! at SBTC's SECRETARIAL TRAINING DIVISION. Consider what (647 words)
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  • Connors snubs French [Articles]
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    • AFP
    Connors snubs French PARIS, Sun. American Jimmy Connors, the world No. 1 tennis player, announced yesterday he had no Intention of playing m the French Open c hampionships here this year. Connors said during the current Masters tournament m New York that he would not compete m the tournament, which (214 words)
  • Lendl masters Connors in the semi-finals [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • REUTER, AFP
    Lendl masters Connors in the semi-finals Easy for McEnroe as Vilas changes strategy NEW YORK, Sun. An awesome display of power tennis gave holder Ivan Lendl, of Czechoslovakia, a crushing 6-3, 6-1 victory over Jimmy Connors m the semi-finals of the Grand Prix Masters championship here yesterday. Lendl, 22, now (421 words)
  • Conspiracy suit shocks players [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Conspiracy suit shocks players NEW YORK, Sun. The International Tennis Federation, the Association of Tennis Professionals and the men's International Professional Tennis Council have been charged m a court suit with taking part m a conspiracy to monopolise men's international championship tournaments. The charge was made m an antimonopoly suit (267 words)
  • Hana triumphs in Central Trust [Articles]
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    • AP
    Hana triumphs in Central Trust CINCINNATI, Sun. Hana Mandlikova, of Czechoslovakia, overpowered Billie Jean King 6-4, 6-3 last night to win the women's title m the US$lOO,OOO ($206,000) Central Trust tennis championships. Gene Tanner survived Roscoe Tanner's powerful serve to take the men's title 7-6, 7-6. Hana, 20, lost serve (121 words)
  • BRIEFS
    • Aiping wins [Articles]
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      Aiping wins BADMINTON Unseeded Han Aiping, of China, beat eighth-seeded Kirsten Larsen, of Denmark, 11-2, 11-4 m Yokohama yesterday to win the women's singles crown of the Japan Open championships. In the mixed doubles final, second-seeded Thomas Kihlstrom, of Sweden, and Nora Perry, of England, beat topseeded Martin Dew and (57 words)
    • Coetzee held [Articles]
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      Coetzee held BOXING South African Gerrie Coetzee, needing a victory to qualify for a third attempt at the world heavyweight championship, was held to an upset 10-round draw by American Pinklon Thomas m Atlantic City on Saturday. One judge gave Coetzee, 27, a slight edge on points, but the other (74 words)
    • Jamshed out [Articles]
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      • AGENCIES
      Jamshed out SQUASH England's John Cornish scored an upset win over seeded Pakistani Jamshed Gul m the first round of the English under-23 championships at Wembley on Saturday. Cornish, an England junior international, beat Jamshed 95, 3-9, 9-7, 9-4. Top seeded Chris Dittmar, of Australia, beat England's Andrew Foley 9-2, (53 words)
  • John fights hard to stay in lead [Articles]
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    • REUTER, AFP
    John fights hard to stay in lead PALM SPRINGS, Sun. John Fought clung to his lead m the fourth round of the UXXXXX,000 ($772,500) Bob Hope Desert Golf Classic yesterday after running into trouble on the last nine holes. 1 He shot a two-under-par 70 for a total of 269. (213 words)
  • Decision deferred [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Decision deferred LOS ANGELES, Sun. OLYMPIC chiefs yesterday deferred taking controversial decisions on admitting professional J soccer and tennis players j and whether to include j baseball and board sailing m next year's Los Angeles Games. Proposals to allow j professionals to play m the Los Angeles soccer i tournament (175 words)
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  • Fans riot at Derby [Articles]
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    • AFP
    Fans riot at Derby DERBY, San. Police yesterday arrested about <W football fans after fighting broke oat In and around Second Division club Derby County's Baseball ground where Leeds United were the visitors. Police said one Leeds supporter was In hospital with serious head Injuries, after being attacked by Derby (172 words)
  • Clough loses magic [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • REUTER
    Clough loses magic Forest's hopes vanish as Brian's concoction fails LONDON, Sun. Brian dough's reputation as the sorcerer of English soccer is m jeopardy. His magic spells have suddenly stopped working at Nottingham Forest. Humbled by Second Division Derby County m a Football Association Cup match two weeks ago and (525 words)
  • First Division details [Articles]
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    • AP
    First Division details Liverpool 1 Birmingham I (1-t). Liverpool scored their 13th straight home victory, but had to fight hard to subdue gutsy Birmingham. Liverpool led after only eight minutes through Phil Neal and then held on. 31,986. Man ltd 2 Forest (M). Manchester United defeated defensive-minded Forest for the (416 words)
  • Pele in row over funeral [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Pele in row over funeral SAO PAOLO. Sun. Pele, considered the greatest footballer of all time, is at the centre of a row here over his refusal to attend the funeral of his former Brazilian international team-mate Garrtncha. Garrlncha, the legendary winger of the 1958 and 1962 World Cap finals, (162 words)
  • $43,000 FIFA fine for errant twelve [Articles]
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    • AGENCIES
    $43,000 FIFA fine for errant twelve ZURICH, Sun. UEFA, the European Football Union, fined seven national soccer associations and five clubs a total of 43,500 Swiss francs ($43,000) for a variety of offences m matches towards the end of last year. At a disciplinary committee meeting here on Friday, UEFA (347 words)
  • Results, tables [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Results, tables ENGLISH ONE Aston Villa 1 Manchester City 1, Brighton 2 Luton 4, Coventry 0 Swansea 0, Liverpool 1 Birmingham 0, Manchester United 2 Nottingham Forest 0, Norwich 0 Everton 1, Notts County 1 Arsenal 0, Stoke 1 Ipswich 0, Tottenham 1 Sunderalnd 1, Watford 2 Southampton 0, West (1335 words)
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  • Suria plans to follow if Pathma returns home [Articles]
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    Suria plans to follow if Pathma returns home JOHORE BARU, Sun. Pahang midfielder Rajagopal Suriamurthi will follow salt if compatriot Thamblah Pathmanathan returns to Singapore for good. Suriamurthi, who, like Pathmanathan, was lured to Pahang w^th lucrative Job offers last April, said here yesterday: "I will have no reason to (127 words)
  • Christie sent off in Cairnhill victory [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • JONATHAN CHOO
    Christie sent off in Cairnhill victory JOE DOR AI NFL DIVISION ONE ..By JURONG JINX STRIKES AGAIN NEWLY-PROMOTED •Cairnhill Football Club scored a shock "double first" when they beat favourites Changi Constituency 2-1 at the Jalan Besar Stadium last night. Cairnhill 's victory over the title-favourites was the first upset (519 words)
  • Two-goal Raffick revels in the rain [Articles]
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    Two-goal Raffick revels in the rain LEONARD KING NFL DIVISION THREE RAFFICK AHMAD made playing on a wet pitch look easy when he scored twice m Bedok Youth's convincing 3-1 win over Boon Lay Wanderers at the Bedok Sports Complex yesterday. Despite a heavy downpour, Bedok took to the field (163 words)
  • Where the better team did not win [Articles]
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    Where the better team did not win J. RAJENDRAN NFL DIVISION TWO MANY of the 150-odd people at the Queens town Athletic Centre yesterday must have left with the feeling that Commonwealth Palace's 1-0 win over Brickworks was not entirely a fair result. Their sympathies must have been for Brickworks (263 words)
  • Edged out [Articles]
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    Edged out KUALA LUMPUR, Sun. Selangor beat Perak 1-0 m a Malaysia Cup soccer match here tonight. At the Larkin Stadium, hosts Johore drew 2-2 with Pahang. (27 words)
  • Rain blurs the aim of shooters [Articles]
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    Rain blurs the aim of shooters PETER SIOW By! THE qualifying mark for the skeet event of the South-east Asia Games remained beyond the reach of local shooters over the weekend at Rifle Range Road. The failure of the shooters to hit the 176 mark out of a possible 200 (381 words)
  • Barnes scores close triumph [Articles]
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    Barnes scores close triumph ALAN BARNES sailed to a close victory m the international 505 class of the Singapore Yachting Association regatta off Changi last weekend (writes Peter Slow). Barnes was able to confirm overall victory only after yesterday's back-to-back victories, which helped him to get the better of arch-rival (189 words)
  • Singapore pin hopes on ace Kah Soon and five others [Articles]
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    Singapore pin hopes on ace Kah Soon and five others PETER SIOW HO KAH SOON will lead Singapore's charge m the Kent Gold Cup Asian windsurfing championship m Hongkong from Feb 24-26. In the selection races off the East Coast Sailing Centime over the weekend, Kah Soon smothered his challengers (242 words)
  • UTA stay ahead in junior tourney [Articles]
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    UTA stay ahead in junior tourney UTA French Airlines maintained their lead m the junior team tennis tournament yesterday despite the rain that prevented a few matches from being completed. With only a match m hand m the round-robin competition, UTA have a total of 174 games, followed by Robertson (194 words)
  • Kathleen fails to turn up tor trials [Articles]
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    Kathleen fails to turn up tor trials LEONARD KING By NATIONAL bowling champion Kathleen Tan has turned down the chance to represent Singapore at May's South-east Asia Games m the Republic. The southpaw housewife, despite a number of appeals from the Singapore Tenpin Bowling Congress, failed to join the 21 (321 words)
  • TODAY'S EVENTS [Articles]
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    TODAY'S EVENTS SOCCER SBHFL Dlv 2: United Motor Works v F&N (Jalan Besar), S.A.E. v F.E Levingston (Geylang), Mobil v Hilton International (Fairer Park AC), CIAS v Galax (Queenstown). Wv. S: Rheem v Inchcape (Farrer Park), Mandarin v Malayan Breweries (Farrer Park), ShangriLa v General Motors (Tanglin 2), Indosuez v (58 words)
  • SCOREBOARD [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    SCOREBOARD ENGLAND Tavare c Lillee b Rackemann 20 Botham b Lillee 19 Gower c Marsh b Rackemann 6 Lamb c sub Macleay b Lillee 94 Randall not out 51 Gould b Hogg 3 Jesty not out 1 Extras 19 Total (for 5 wkts) 213 Wkto fell at: 32, 50, 66, (133 words)
  • Mudassar boosts Pakistani score [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Mudassar boosts Pakistani score LAHORE, Sun. Opener Mudassar Nazar was just one run away from his third century of the series as Pakistan reached 224 for five m their first innings on the opening day of the Fifth cricket Test against India here today. India, down 3-0 m the six-Test (159 words)
  • SCOREBOARD [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    SCOREBOARD PAKISTAN Ist Lutings Mohstn c Srikkanth b Kapil 1 Mudaaaar not out 99 Majld c Kirmani b Kapil 0 Mlandad c Viswanath b Maninder 85 Zaheer c Kirmani b Kapil 13 Sallm b Maninder 6 Imran not out 13 Extra 1 Total (for 5 wkts) 224 Wkts fell at: (69 words)
  • Australians bounce back [Articles]
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    • AFP
    Australians bounce back MELBOURNE, Sun A WORLD record crowd for a one-day cricket game of 84,153 watched Australia recover dramatically to defeat England by five wickets Tiere today. England were put m to bat and managed a respectable 213 for five, mainly on Allan Lamb's brilliant knock of 94. The (264 words)
  • Uphill task for Windies rebels [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Uphill task for Windies rebels CAPE TOWN, Sun. The rebel West Indian cricketers face an uphill struggle to save the four-day match against a South African XI here. The rebels chasing the Springboks' first-in-nings total of 449 were 157 for seven at the close of the second day and m (235 words)
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  • Where you can still find our nature reserves [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Where you can still find our nature reserves GRACE CHNG By RAPED urbanisation of Singapore has not left us without any nature reserves. The Singapore branch of the Malayan Nature Society has compiled a directory of all the nature reserves here. From time to time it will expand the directory (551 words)
  • Joint arms buying 'a possibility' [Articles]
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    • REUTER, AFP
    Joint arms buying 'a possibility' BANGKOK, Sun. Armed forces of Asean are expected to study the possibility of joint arms I buying to cut costs and j rationalise their military needs, according to Thai- i land's navy chief, Adm Somboon Chuapibul. Adm Somboon told re- j porters yesterday on re- (172 words)
  • '1,600 troops and civilians arrested in Tanzania' [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    '1,600 troops and civilians arrested in Tanzania' LUSAKA, Sunday MORE than 600 soldiers and about 1,000 civilians have been arrested m neighbouring Tanzania after the discovery of a planned mutiny earlier this month, the Sunday Times of Zambia reported today. It said five prominent politicians, members of President Julius Nyerere's (271 words)
  • Di 'bored, lonely and near to tears' [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Di 'bored, lonely and near to tears' LONDON, San. Princess Diana, wife of the h«tr to the British t j.-e, is bored, lonely and near to tears much of the time, a British newspaper reported today, quoting people close to her. "The princess is left alone for much of the (120 words)
  • Fines to aid birth control [Articles]
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    • AP
    Fines to aid birth control ZHONGTAN (China), Sun. Every baby over the quota will cost peasant families 4,000 yuan (about 554,000), authorities m Zhongtan commune warned m a birth-planning poster seen m the town yesterday The notice m this town on the Pearl River, about 100 km from Guangdong, also (65 words)
  • Kremlin watcher has new mission [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Kremlin watcher has new mission NEW DELHI, Sun. LIKE some venerable Hindu man of faith seeking to end his days as a recluse, renowned Kremlinologist Victor Zorza has given up a life centred on international affairs to live m a remote Himalayan village. But not to die. His ambition, m (483 words)
  • Dentists ready to take case to court [Articles]
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    Dentists ready to take case to court BENG TAN By Our Medical Reporter THE Singapore Dental Association will take the Labour Ministry to court should the ministry insist that dental clinics be registered as factories under the Factories Act 1973. And if any member is directed to do so by (535 words)
  • Rebels kill clergyman [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Rebels kill clergyman LONDON, Sun. Kurdish guerillas killed a clergyman, Mullah Aziz Jangali, last Wednesday near Iran's northwestern town of Salmas. Teheran Radio said today. The radio said Mullah Jangali was the leader of the Council of the Clergies m the town of Salmas. The Iranian opposition Mujahideen organisation said (69 words)
  • New Sinai oil city [Articles]
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    • SPA
    New Sinai oil city CAIRO, Sun. A modern petroleum city will be ready m a few days time near the eastern Suez Gulf coast m Sinai facing a new offshore oilfield, an Egyptian newspaper reported yesterday. Akhbar Al-Yom, published here, said seven productive oil wells had been found offshore. SPA (50 words)
  • Jakarta visit [Articles]
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    • AP
    Jakarta visit JAKARTA, Sun. Australian Defence Minister lan Sinclair arrived here today for a seven-day official visit at the invitation of his counterpart, Gen. Mohammad Jusuf. AP (27 words)
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  • SECTION TWO
    • Masthead [Title Section]
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      SECTION TWO (2 words)
    • Ballot-box office successes [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Ballot-box office successes When does a god become a chief minister? Answer: When he's an Indian film star. MINU THAROOR examines the recent political victory of a box-office draw and tells us why some actors can get laughed off the political platform. TOMORROW: An Indian actress abroad speaks of her (1293 words)
    • Hurray for chocolates [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Hurray for chocolates Chocolate is thought of as delicious, fattening and a seductive dessert. But it has its positive qualities and not mainly as an aphrodisiac, as was popularly believed for centuries. JANE E. BRODY of The New York Times reports just how good (or bad) chocolate is, m the (1365 words)
    • Tragedy of chance [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • THE GUARDIAN
      Tragedy of chance Christine Khor "Why wasn't my husband still one of those handsome, young lawyers?" asked Nanci Rossi m her book, just published to help others m the same boat. The reason? As a law student wanting to earn some money, he was exposed to asbestos, which led to (1599 words)
    • LEISURE 1
      • Mahler's poignant farewells [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Mahler's poignant farewells TONY HUNG on recnnrd By GUSTAV MAHLER (the subject of Y.L. Goh's first article m this column) is, for me, the greatest composer of the last 100 years, and Dm Lied von der Erde (The Song of the Earth) his greatest work. If personal misfortune contributed, as (915 words)
    • LEISURE 2
      • Fei Xiang's labour of love [Articles + Illustrations]
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        • NIK KASMANI
        Fei Xiang's labour of love TEO LIAN HUAY reviews the Fei Xiang show, which was held over three nights at the National Theatre last week. FEI Xiang is tall, fair and handsome. He's also hardworking. But, oh dear, he labours too much. The Taiwanese singer staged his first one-man concert (437 words)
      • Quintet's not so unwanted after all [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Quintet's not so unwanted after all KANNAN CHANDRAN Malay heavy-metal group, The Unwanted, is becoming verv much wanted reports. The Unwanted appears m tonight's Muzika '82 on Channel 5 at 7.50 p.m. WHILE the international rock scene has been over-shadowed by the widespread advances of New Wave music, the local (588 words)
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      APPOINTMENTS -N I The Polyoiefln Company 1 (Singapore) Pte. Ltd, The Polyolefin Company (S) Pte Ltd is one of the downstream companies m the Petrochemical Complex being built on Pulau Ayer Merbau (about 30 minutes by our ferry from Pasir Panjang) and will produce two kinds of essential plastic materials (868 words)
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      Round-up of •ESEBl^^^^^^^^^^^BHHHßßHl dZCHHP 4 300 PM Ooeninf followed by On the Waterfront In today's programme she paints a pine tree, Rocksmith Flyers, Mario's Mad Hatters and Reyno 5.58 AM National Anthem Gabriel Panayi of Guy's KAn hv vnriptv ssssus arssjss: ssrSA^s^s^ I YlVjlvJy T \Ji I^l 7 355 Samaithaal (1661 words)
  • SECTION THREE
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      SECTION THREE (2 words)
    • Bilingual
      • A legacy to the write path [Articles + Illustrations]
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        • LIM SENG TIONG
        A legacy to the write path CHONG WING HONG talks to a Malaysian novelist who was here for the International Chinese Writers' Forum and uncovers the moving story of a poor boy fulfilling his father's dream to be a writer. 4 Till today, I do not know how much I (896 words)
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      • Symbol of luck [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Symbol of luck THIS Qing dynasty jade flower holder stands 16.7 cm high, 11cm wide, and 3.6 cm deep. Inscribed below the fish's mouth are the words: "Made during the Qianlong Reign" (1736-1795). Two carps are mounted on a wooden base, which is carved to resemble waves. On the back (209 words)
      • Chinese without tears [Articles]
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        Chinese without tears DIE diedie=father; dad; daddy; papa dienlang=father and mother; parents > to. fulao elders (of a country or district) {l fu-mu=father and mother; parents fuqlh=father 'm foj^= paternal line; the father's side of the family fo-3dbng=father and elder brothers; head of a family a v m f uquanzKl (60 words)
      • Let's Learn Mandarin [Articles]
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        Let's Learn Mandarin THIS programme is compiled by Redlffusi on and broadcast daily m Teochew, Hokkien and Cantonese over both Rediffusion and SBC's Radio Three and Four Radio Three: Mon-Snn: 9.15 a.m. Radio Four: Mon Sat: 9.4S p.m.. The English notes are provided by us. Lesson 174 Medical service VOCABULARY: (322 words)
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      • Fun with Chinese Characters [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Fun with Chinese Characters It takes three desperate characters to represent father: X- Is a raised hand wielding a rod I incorporates much raising of hand with rod. includes 2L poised like a snake, ready to strike. All of them exemplify the saying: "It is easier to rule a nation (53 words)
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        Terus berkarya utk santapan rohani Oleh ZAKARIA BUANG APAKAH harapan masa depan kesusasteraan Melayu baru di Singapura? Dapatkah penulisan kreatif dalam bahasa Melayu terus subur di tengah-tenqah masyarakat Melayu sibuk mengejar kemajuan dalam bidang-bi-dang lain? Masalah mi lebih mencabar dengan hakikat bahawa bahasa Melayu itu sendiri kini diambil sebagai bahasa (870 words)
      • Kindling literary flame [Articles]
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        Kindling literary flame YAAKUB RASHID WHAT is the future of the new Malay literature m Singapore? Can creative Malay writing hold its own and grow m the midst of a Malay society intent on advancing m other fields? This problem has become more challenging m view of the fact that (634 words)
      • RAJA LEKUK [Articles + Illustrations]
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        • AUSAN
        RAJA LEKUK Huron A.R. Story by 42a) Rahmat then walked side by side with him on his right Malik looked to his left and saw dance hostesses dancing with their partners who had most certainly paid good money for the dance. "All of them are beautiful, these Kelantanese belles," Malik (167 words)
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