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The Straits Times, 6 August 1983

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The Straits Times Estd. 1845 SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1983 40 CENTS M.C.(P) No. 65/1/83

POSB keeps tax-free perk [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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POSB keeps tax-free perk CONRAD RAJ LEE KIM CHEW It will remain statutory board, but can accept current accounts and fixed deposits By and THE government has changed its mind about turning the Post Office Savings Bank into a full commercial bank. The POSB will remain a statutory board and

New companies tap funds from HK stock market [ARTICLE]

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New companies tap funds from HK stock market ...as investor confidence returns HONGKONG, Fri. FOR the first time m over a year, the Hongkong stock exchanges are witnessing the flotations of new companies, and significantly all of them reflect revived interest m the manufacturing sector, eclipsed for many reasons by

Girl killed [ARTICLE]

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Girl killed tukyu, rri. a Duuei train" doing 200 km/h struck and killed a 10-year-old girl, police said today. A railway spokesman said it was the first fatal accident m nearly 20 years of the high-speed service. AP

Port safety to be tightened [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Port safety to be tightened ALAN JOHN jLjJJ Oj^^^^Z ■bJba^ajdL '-^Ht '"^i ■y THE Port of Singapore Authority has proposed tough measures for tightening up safety m the Keppel Harbour area to prevent another EMwetok-type tragedy. Maitae Mreeter Capt CMGhMlMfteUlle cable ear lanlry ye«tartay that Ttte prop— als will mean

Injured suspect fails to appear in court [ARTICLE]

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Injured suspect fails to appear in court The Jalil murder HONGKONG, Fri THE court appearance of a Malaysian Chinese, due to be charged with the murder of Malaysian banker Jalil Ibrahim, was put off today because he could not be moved from his hospital bed. Hospital authorities informed police that

S'pore: Through other eyes... [ARTICLE]

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S'pore: Through other eyes Brazil and you Profits and misery MANY Brazilians 9 f *ud It outrageous th»t Citibank should be able to make m moch nwey sat of their misery. "TTie bankers are making the Brazilians conscious of their high Profits," said Senator ardoso. "Profit is more important for

Crowd fired at [ARTICLE]

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Crowd fired at OYARZUN (Spain), Fri. Four assailants opened fire with machine guns into a crowd at a town fiesta m the Basque region today, killing a policeman and injuring three other people, authorities said. No group took immediate responsibility for the killing. UPI

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PRO-SHAH DEMO IN TEHERAN [ARTICLE]

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PRO-SHAH DEMO IN TEHERAN TEHERAN, Frl. Several thousand proShah elements, including > women wearing makeup m defiance of Ayatollah Khomelny's regime, staged a cautions i demonstration today to mark the anniversary of Iran's 1917 monarchist constitution. The demonstrators, all of them visibly middleclass or wealthy, drove their cars towards Teheran's

LIBYAN ALERT [ARTICLE]

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LIBYAN ALERT CAIRO, Frl. Libya has cancelled all military leave In preparation for a general mobilisation of its armed forces, diplomatic sources said today. The move came amid signs of an escalation m Libyan involvement m the war m Chad, the sources UPI SEE PAGE 3

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SIMMARY 2 WORLD NEWS 3,4,6,7 CAUSEWAY 16 EDITORIAL 18 LETTERS IS TIMES BUSINESS 25-28 CLASSIFIEDS 3#-41 RACING 44, 45 SPORTS 42, 43, 46, 47

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HOME [ARTICLE]

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HOME No rise m oil prices THE government has rejected some oil companies' request for an increase m pump petrol prices. This ruling is a reprieve for motorists as several oil companies had petitioned the Trade and Industry Ministry on Tuesday for an increase of 1.5 and 2 cents per

COMMENT [ARTICLE]

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COMMENT THE STRAITS TIMES SAYS: ACCORDING to latest criticism, Singaporeans have no fashion sense. Middleaged men, In particular, dress sloppily and without style. They are Just old stick-in-the-muds, refusing to become dedicated followers of fashion. Even worse, the younger generation now show the same symptoms. A harsh indictment? Look around

SPORTS [ARTICLE]

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SPORTS Whither woman's golf SINGAPORE'S Kee Bee Khim won the Singapore Ladies Open amateur golf championships at the Island Course by a comfortable 15-stroke margin. Indonesian Rike Pane, Japanese Naoko Sato, Kathy Copley of Scotland and Canadian Diane Williams took the other spots. While we can take pride m Bee

TIMES BUSINESS [ARTICLE]

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TIMES BUSINESS STRAITS STEAMSHIP IN THE RED AT HALF-TIME STRAITS Steamship Co's traditional shipping business, hard hit by the recession, has forced the company into the red for the first six months of this year. It incurred a group after-tax loss of $1.4 million against a profit of $7.45 million

BACKGROUND [ARTICLE]

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BACKGROUND LOOKING AT THE HOT SPOTS IN THIS week's Behind the Headlines, John Drysdale examines the background to the civil war m Chad and the reasons why the US is m confrontation with Libya. The writer also looks at the contradiction between the principle of self-determination and territorial integrity m

AROUND THE WORLD [ARTICLE]

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AROUND THE WORLD Hope for the homeless IN A move to solve Egypt's acute housing problem over the next five years, the government has earmarked £4.6 billion (about $12 billion) to improve the lot of the millions who are either homeless or need better accommodation. Housing Ministry officials said the

ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY [ARTICLE]

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ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY Workers questioned POLICE are interviewing 140 striking Malaysian workers and the management of a South Korean factory here following a report that the workers were treated like slaves. The Labour Department is also investigating the report lodged by one of the workers. The workers claimed that they

SECTION 2 [ARTICLE]

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SECTION 2 A reviewer's life THERE was a queue outside a cinema m New York the morning Woody Allen's latest comedy, Zelig, began its season. While waiting for the boxoffice to open, several people m the line killed time by reading and re-reading a review of the film m the

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Greens member sees red [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Greens member sees red PROTESTOR SPLASHES BLOOD ON AMERICAN GENERAL IN PARLIAMENT BONN, Friday A SPLASH of blood, a violent posh from an angry American general, and a Greens member crashing to the ground this was the dramacharged scene m the German Hesse state parliament on Wednesday. During a reception

Soviet-made tanks rolling in [ARTICLE]

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Soviet-made tanks rolling in N'DJAMENA, Fri. Columns of Soviet-manufac-tured T62 and T72 tanks have been seen rolling towards Faya-Largeau, a key oasis town m the north captured by the rebels on June 24 and recaptured by government troops last Saturday, it was reported here. The reports said the tanks, allegedly

US to increase aid to Chad [ARTICLE]

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US to increase aid to Chad Extra $32m to help fight off Libyans, say officials WASHINGTON, Friday THE Reagan administration, worried about the broadening conflict m Chad, has more than doubled American aid to help the government of President Hissene Habre fight off a Libyan-backed insurgency. US officials said yesterday

Four IRA men get life sentence [ARTICLE]

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Four IRA men get life sentence BELFAST, Fri. An Irish guerilla gang leader known as "Little Napoleon" was jailed for life for murder on an informer's evidence yesterday m a Northern Ireland court ringed by police marksmen. Kevin Mulgrew, 27, was sentenced hours after police foiled an apparent attempt to

FEET FEAT [ARTICLE]

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FEET FEAT Doctors re-attach boy's legs BELGRADE, Fri. A Yugoslav boy, who had both feet sliced off by a lawn mower recently, will soon be walking again, according to the doctors who treated him. The Belgrade daily Politika yesterday said Dusan Valentincic's feet were accidentally cut off above the ankles

3 m jobless Britons again [ARTICLE]

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3 m jobless Britons again LONDON, Frl. Unemployment In Britain climbed back above three million last month to reach 3,020,600 or 12.7 per cent of the workforce, the Department of Employment said yesterday. The opposition Labour Party immediately attacked the ruling Con- servatives over the latest figures, condemning the government's

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Egypt struggles to house its people [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Egypt struggles to house its people High priority for cheap homes CAIRO, Fri EGYPT is giving high priority to solving its acute housing problem over the next five years to reduce the millions who are either homeless or need better accommodation. Rating the housing crisis next m importance to boosting

Big war games to begin with landing in Somalia [ARTICLE]

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Big war games to begin with landing in Somalia WASHINGTON, Fri. A Marine landing m Somalia later this month will start the biggest United States military exercise ever held m South-west Asia, the Pentagon said. About 2,800 ITS military personnel will take part m the manoeuvres, dubbed "Eastern Wind 83",

Shultz shakes up team of ME policy makers [ARTICLE]

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Shultz shakes up team of ME policy makers WASHINGTON, Fri. United States Secretary of State George Shultz yesterday announced a major shake-up of his policy team for the Middle East with the nomination of career diplomat Richard Murphy as assistant secretary for the region. Mr Shultz announced that Mr Murphy,

Five die in Upper Volta coup [ARTICLE]

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Five die in Upper Volta coup OUAGADOUGOU (Upper Volta), Fri. A radical captain with ties to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi ousted the government of Jean-Baptiste Ouedraogo m an overnight coup m this west African nation, western diplomats here said today. According to unconfirmed reports, five people, including two soldiers and

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Nepal bans Time [ARTICLE]

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Nepal bans Time NEPAL HAS banned the latest issue of the US magazine Time for publishing what it called an offensive article on the monarchy m the Himalayan kingdom, the commissioner's office said m Kathmandu yesterday. The office said the article, headlined "Rumblings m Shangri-la," m the magazine's Asian edition

Italian PM's first day [ARTICLE]

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Italian PM's first day ITALY'S FIRST Socialist Prime Minister, Mr Bettino Craxi, yesterday got down to the job of trying to implement a promised programme of tough economic measures aimed at bringing down inflation and curtailing the fast-growing public deficit. Mr Craxi chaired the initial meeting of a coalition dominated

Mrs T to go home [ARTICLE]

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Mrs T to go home BRITISH PRIME MINISTER Margaret Thatcher will probably leave hospital today following an operation that saved the sight of her right eye, her surgeon said m London yesterday. Mrs Thatcher, 57, ate a good breakfast yesterday m her darkened room m a private clinic at Windsor,

Air space opened [ARTICLE]

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Air space opened CHINESE COMMERCIAL flew over South Korea-controlled air space for the first time yesterday on flights between Shanghai and the Japanese cities of Osaka and Tokyo under a tripartite aviation agreement reached earlier this year. Until now, all foreign airliners flying between China and Japan had to make

Iranian gain [ARTICLE]

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Iranian gain IRANIAN FORCES have captured Mt Kermand, a strategic point m northern Iraq from which they can control the heights surrounding the Hadj Omran barracks, President Ali Khamenei announced m Teheran yesterday. He said 1,000 Iraqis had died m the attack. Mt Kermand, renamed Mt Hamzeh by the Iranians,

Forty Afghans defect [ARTICLE]

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Forty Afghans defect FORTY AFGHAN soldiers defected to Muslim guerillas after an insurgent attack last month on a military post southwest of Kabul, a guerilla source said m Islamabad. Six government troops were killed m the July 22 attack on the Durrani military post near Maidan Shehr, s of Wardak

Nigeria's crucial poll [ARTICLE]

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Nigeria's crucial poll UP TO 65 million Nigerians spread between the tropical mangrove swamps of the south and the sub-Saharan north of Black Africa's biggest and wealthiest nation vote today m a crucial test of its four-year-old democracy. The authorities have instituted a massive security operation with all police leave

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Marcos limits his absolute powers of arrest [ARTICLE]

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Marcos limits his absolute powers of arrest MANILA, Fri. Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos today limited his absolute arrest powers by abolishing the Presidential Commitment Order (PCO), the presidential palace announced. The controversial PCO or indefinite detention order was replaced by a new mechanism limiting the "preventive detention" of suspected dissidents

Asean officials to meet in Jakarta [ARTICLE]

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Asean officials to meet in Jakarta BANGKOK, Fri. Senior Asean officials will meet m Jakarta from Aug 9 to Aug 11 to examine a report on restructuring the regional grouping and discuss diplomatic support for Cambodia's anti-viet-namese coalition government of Democratic Kampuchea, Thai Foreign Ministry officials said here today. In

Still in the bloom of health at 83 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Still in the bloom of health at 83 QUEEN Elizabeth the Queen Mother waving to well-wishers outside her residence at Clarence House m London on her birthday. She turned 83 on Thursday and still enjoys good health. She had awaken to the strains of a Scottish bagpiper playing on the

Jakarta bans reports on mystery killings [ARTICLE]

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Jakarta bans reports on mystery killings JAKARTA, Fri. The Indonesian government today ordered the country's newspapers to stop reporting on the mystery executions of known and suspected criminals which has claimed hundreds of lives, newspaper editors said. The director-general for press guidance and graphic arts, Mr Sukarno, announced the ban

'Songs of unity' priest wins award [ARTICLE]

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'Songs of unity' priest wins award MANILA, Fri. A Sri Lankan Catholic priest will receive the 1983 Ramon Magsaysay Award, Asia's equivalent of the Nobel Prize, for composing songs which helped to bridge severe religious and ethnic divisions m his soci- ety, the awards board of trustees announced today. The

Singapore plants in free trade zone 'are safe' [ARTICLE]

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Singapore plants in free trade zone 'are safe' BUILDINGS and factories housing Singapore investments m the free trade zone (FTZ) of Sri Lanka are safe and intact, Business Times reported yesterday. This assurance was given on Thursday by a spokesman for the Sri Lankan High Commission m Singapore who said

Now it's illegal to demand separate state [ARTICLE]

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Now it's illegal to demand separate state Sri Lanka constitution amended COLOMBO, Friday SRI Lanka, recovering from the shock of last week's wave of ethnic violence m which 295 people died, today enacted laws prohibiting all demands for a separate Tamil state. Parliament, after a marathon overnight meeting under strict

'Give Tamils asylum' call [ARTICLE]

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'Give Tamils asylum' call GENEVA, Fri. The United Nations office of the High Commissioner for Refugees has urged governments not to expel any Sri Lankan Tamils, it was announced here today. The UN office said no Tamils asking for asylum should be expelled, even if they arrived before the recent

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US has new proof of toxic attack in S-E Asia [ARTICLE]

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US has new proof of toxic attack in S-E Asia WASHINGTON, Fri. The United States yesterday submitted to the United Nations new evidence which, it said, showed use of chemical warfare substances m South-east Asia. The evidence was based on four sets of blood samples from victims of alleged toxin

In other words... [ARTICLE]

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In other words... 6 The word "star" is too loosely used. The roster of TV stars changes from year to year. If a show is on the air, its lead actors are stars. Their status changes when the low is cancelled. I don't want to denigrate a TV personality who

Now for my next trick... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Now for my next trick... IT LOOKS like a mammoth task that requires the effort of some circus strongman. Bat slightiybollt Raymond Baez handles It all m a day's work with his skilful balancing act. The picture (above) shows him palling his regular load of 2.3-kg boxes on Allyn Street

Reagan names ideas panel to boost technology [ARTICLE]

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Reagan names ideas panel to boost technology WASHINGTON, Friday PRESIDENT Ronald Reagan named a 21--member commission yesterday to determine how the United States can compete better m the technological revolution and turn industrial innovations into profits. In announcing the membership of the presidential commission on industrial competitiveness, Mr Reagan said

Bonn to consider research link with Tokyo [ARTICLE]

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Bonn to consider research link with Tokyo BONN, Fri. West German Research Minister Heinz Riesenhuber said yesterday he would examine the possibility of cooperating with Japan m space, nuclear, data processing and bio-technolqgi-cal research during a visit there this month. Mr Riesenhuber also told a news conference a Swiss research

Three held on smuggling charge [ARTICLE]

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Three held on smuggling charge SEATTLE, Fri. Three Japanese businessmen were indicted yesterday on charges of trying to smuggle pirated video game components into the US. The US Customs Service confiscated six suitcases containing about ITSS6MM1 T S$6MM (SSI2B.IM) worth of electronic circuit boards when they were arrested on July

US packing naval muscle into C. America [ARTICLE]

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US packing naval muscle into C. America PETER BARNARD Carrier bound for Caribbean By US Editor WASHINGTON, Friday THE United States increased its military involvement m Central America yesterday m a move that is bound to be seen as the next step towards a blockade. Pentagon officials announced that the

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The Sang gang strikes [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The Sang gang strikes S. KUMAR By THE horror of their experience was still apparent on the faces and m the voices of the people who were attacked by a pack of fearsome boxer dogs on Thursday. Phrases such as "most frightening moment," "nightmare," and "scared stiff" popped up repeatedly

The trail of terror [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The trail of terror Pack of dogs attacks family as they are leaving Kentucky Fried Chicken shop. Father lifts child from attacking dogs while uncle and grandmother use slippers to beat dogs. Father takes child to his car as dogs turn on uncle and grandmother. Father returns with two sticks.

$50 if you let a fierce dog loose [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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$50 if you let a fierce dog loose A PERSON who lets loose a ferocious dog can be fined up to $sf, says the Minor Offences Act. The dog's owner can also be fined up to $5t if his dog causes injury to any person. If the dog had bitten

Show who's boss [ARTICLE]

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Show who's boss WHEN a fierce dog confronts you, do not run. Just stand still and give j commands, like "down", to show who is boss. "The last thing you should do is to run," said Mr F. A. C. Oehlers, president of the Singapore Kennel Club. "The dog's natural

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Reason we put the world first [ARTICLE]

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Reason we put the world first WHENEVER people switch on the television or the radio for the news, they will find that world news is always announced first. In most other countries, this is reversed, said Mr Chin Ham Tong, MP for Aljunied and Senior Parliamentary Secretary (Home Affairs) last

Five accused over Housing Board's interest-free loans [ARTICLE]

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Five accused over Housing Board's interest-free loans FIVE men appeared m court yesterday m connection with the Housing Board's interestfree finance scheme for contractors. In one case, three of them were charged with trying to cheat the HDB and m a separate case two are accused of cheating the board.

The vital factor — Keppel [ARTICLE]

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The vital factor Keppel ALAN JOHN GERRY DE SILVA By AND Cable car tragedy inquiry PLEASE don't overreact. That was Keppel Shipyard's plea to the Commission of Inquiry, m the face of all the recommendations being forwarded. But if it came to a crunch, it was obvious to Keppel who

Keep new safety measures simple, says Tiwari [ARTICLE]

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Keep new safety measures simple, says Tiwari KEEP It simple. According to senior state counsel S. Tiwari, this will make it easy to implement any new safety system for the Keppel Harbour area. He also felt that new measures should not "unduly restrict" the activities of Keppel Shipyard and the

Cable cars must stay... [ARTICLE]

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Cable cars must stay SO say the Sentosa Development Corporation and the Singapore Tourist Promotion Board. Presenting their view, Mr J. Grimberg said both protested at Keppel Shipyard's "peremptory dismissal" of the importance of tourism to Singapore and the extent to which Sentosa and the cable cars had added to

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'No' to petrol price increase [ARTICLE]

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'No' to petrol price increase RONNIE LIM Ministry lowers retail ceiling price for diesel By uur tnergy Lorresponaent THE government has rejected some oil companies' request for an increase m pump petrol prices. The ruling by the Trade and Industry Ministry, which monitors petrol and diesel prices, is a reprieve

'Well done' pat for two Singapore cops [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Well done' pat for two Singapore cops TERESA OOI London insurers honour them for their fight against maritime fraud By London, Friday TWO top Singapore policemen have received the formal thanks of international insurers Lloyd's of London and other British shipping institutions for their work m fighting fraud m the

Doctors back from course in China [ARTICLE]

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Doctors back from course in China TWO Singapore doctors have returned from a three-month course m acupuncture at the Nanking College of Medicine m China. Dr N.K.N. Iyer and Dr Low Tut Choon, anaesthetists from Changi Hospital and Alexandra Hospital respectively, were among a large group of doctors from various

Pay grab armed robber gets jail and cane [ARTICLE]

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Pay grab armed robber gets jail and cane A MAN has been jailed for 18 months and ordered to be given 10 strokes of the cane for armed robbery involving $35,000 m workers' salaries and jewellery worth $2,000. Loh Lam Lee, 29, pleaded guilty to robbing the proprietor of Lek

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When the hammer fell the wrong way... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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When the hammer fell the wrong way... GILLIAN POW CHONG By who attended the auction at Singapura Forum THE hammer fell m more ways than one at the Singapura Forum Hotel yesterday. Three men walked into the hotel, which was m the midst of a lively auction, and smashed the

Hundreds turn up to buy hotel furniture [ARTICLE]

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Hundreds turn up to buy hotel furniture "GOING-going-gone, to you sir." Yet another television set is sold to one of the few hundred buyers who jostled to snap up Singapura Forum Hotel's furniture and equipment which went under the auctioneers hammer yesterday. Within 15 minutes, 39 television sets went, some

A comfortable ride for 1200 [ARTICLE]

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A comfortable ride for 1200 TS ANG SO- YIN Authority also discloses plans for fare structure By WHEN the Mass Rapid Transit System starts running, each train will be able to carry about 4M seated and 8M standing passengers comfortably. These air-conditioned trains will have six coaches each. The Provisional

Height restrictions throughout harbour [ARTICLE]

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Height restrictions throughout harbour PSA acts to prevent another tragedy THE Port of Singapore Authority's wide-ranging recommendations indicate one thing: In helping to prevent another cable car tragedy, it is not taking any chances. Hence, its proposal for a wide height-restricted area m Keppel Harbour and a 52-m height restriction

British mistake an eye-opener, says Teng Cheong [ARTICLE]

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British mistake an eye-opener, says Teng Cheong LABOUR chief Ong Teng Cheong yesterday related how the scrapping of a five-minute break resulted m a month-long strike m a British firm. He presented this "classic case" of non-consulta-tion as an eye-opener for about 200 unionists attending a joint consultation seminar at

Our way to survival... [ARTICLE]

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Our way to survival IS there anything that we can do to keep oar w heads above water and survive? Yes, we can. We can periodically re-examine ourselves and our attitude towards oar business, oar work, the product we manufacture, our education system, our child upbringing and so on. Let

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Companies to give prizes to students [ARTICLE]

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Companies to give prizes to students NG WENG HOONG By ALL the 61 companies which took part m the BEST programme from January to July will give prizes to their top students. Most companies will give a $50 book voucher to the top student only. Some companies like Singapore Oxygen

She never gave up hope [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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She never gave up hope TWENTY-year-old factory operator Peh Sor Tin did not give up hope of continuing her education when she left school m Secondary Two because of financial difficulties. For years, she felt she did not know English enough, especially when she was with friends who knew the

Two on murder charges [ARTICLE]

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Two on murder charges TWO 19-year-old youths have been charged with the three murders at Andrew Road. One of them has been charged with the killing of a couple at Seletar Reservoir on June 30 as well. The first to be taken into custody was Sek Kirn Wah, a national

Campaign to control viral hepatitis B [ARTICLE]

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Campaign to control viral hepatitis B VIRAL hepatitis B is a disease which can lead to liver cancer. In Singapore, each year about 350 people get it, and about 20 die. The government has now started a programme to do three things to try and control the disease: IN THE

Towline slipped more than once [ARTICLE]

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Towline slipped more than once Cable car inquiry THE slipped towline on the tugboat V-7 was the main item discussed this week at the cable car inquiry. The towline had slipped once two weeks before, and slipped again twice on the day of the accident itself. The main criticism was

Book for patients [ARTICLE]

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Book for patients PATIENTS at the Kallang outpatients dispensary will get a book that will list their 111--j nesses and the mcdii cines that they cannot take. It will also show the medicines given i and the next appoint- ment date. If this scheme is a r success, and patients

Dance of joy for National Day [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Dance of joy for National Day THE Republic's 18th birthday is "celebrated" by these 178 girls from Nan Hua Primary School. This formation is one of the five by these students m their item called, "Dance of Joy and Harmony". It will be performed at Jurong Stadium on Aug 9

Riots in Sri Lanka [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Riots in Sri Lanka THE Sri Lanka government has banned three political parties m the country and arrested some people belonging to these parties. This was because of the riots m the country which have killed nearly 300 people and made more than 75,000 homeless. Seventeen factories, which employed more

IN SHORT [ARTICLE]

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IN SHORT MR MICHAEL Liew Kok Pun has resigned as general manager of NTUC Comfort. His place will be taken by Mr Sam Chong Keen, who is the NTUC secretary for co-operatives. EMPLOYERS will take a closer look at house unions, and how they function m Japan, at a seminar

New-look coffeeshops [ARTICLE]

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New-look coffeeshops COFFEESHOPS are getting a new look with more space m front and more hygenic conditions. In the newer HDB estates, each stall has its own cooking and washing area. Older stalls will be allowed to continue, but there will be regular checks to see that they are kept

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Police interview workers and bosses [ARTICLE]

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Police interview workers and bosses 140 at toy factory claim they were treated like slaves KUALA LUMPUR, Friday POLICE are now interviewing 140 striking Malaysian workers and the management of a South Korean factory here following a report that the workers had been treated "like slaves". The Labour Department is

I had to watch my wife's rape 'hell estate' man [ARTICLE]

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I had to watch my wife's rape 'hell estate' man KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. A labourer has alleged that he was forced to watch his wife being raped by four men at the Selanchar Estate m south Pahang. Mr N. Ganesan claimed yesterday that the incident occured a few months after

Inspector tells why he didn't record Sultan's statement [ARTICLE]

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Inspector tells why he didn't record Sultan's statement KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. A POLICE inspector did not record a statement from the Sultan of Johor on an alleged case of impersonation because "he is the Sultan and is above the law", the SesI sions Court here heard today. Inspector Rahime bin

Dr M warns Muslims against group [ARTICLE]

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Dr M warns Muslims against group PETALING JAVA, Fri. I Prime Minister Datuk Seri j Dr Mahathir Mohamad today warned Muslims not to be swayed by a group i calling themselves Ula- j maks or Ustaz and using I Arabic to disseminate j teachings that were not m I line

Colour bar on private vehicles [ARTICLE]

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Colour bar on private vehicles KOTA KINABALU, Fri. The Sabah government wants to see an end to red-coloured private vehi- cles on the roads, The Borneo Bulletin reported j today. This is because most of i its own fleet are being re- j painted blood red to pre- vent abuse

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'Stop talking or I will' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Stop talking or I will' THIS minister thought I,lft people at a dinner wanted to hear him speak. He was none too pleased to find they preferred to listen to one another, Bat this YIP wasn't going to Ignore the conversationalists. He ticked them off. "If yon don't stop talking,

Together we serve [ARTICLE]

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Together we serve TEO LIAN HUAY RCs must have same benefits as other grassroots groups Khoon Choy By RESIDENTS' committees should be given the same benefits enjoyed by other grassroots organisations attached to the community centres. They should enjoy the People's Association training schemes, holiday flats and other facilities at

Lower fares to Australia, but only during high season [ARTICLE]

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Lower fares to Australia, but only during high season SALMA KHALIK By THE new air fares to Australia, to be introduced on Sept 1, are a case of good news and bad news. The good news is that travel to Australia during the high season will cost less. The bad

... and here's one example [ARTICLE]

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and here's one example Leng Kee committee will co-ordinate work of all groups LENG Kee constituency has scored a first by setting up a committee which ensures that the work of its three major grassroots organisations does not overlap. Yesterday, its leaders came m for some praise from the Parliamentary

Dr Tay hails ex-MP of River Valley [ARTICLE]

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Dr Tay hails ex-MP of River Valley THE Minister of State for Education, Dr Tay Eng Soon, yesterday paid tribute to the former MP for River Valley, Dr Tan Eng Liang and past officials of the River Valley community centre for their contributions to community work. Dr Tay was speaking

Police probe into pistol find by resident [ARTICLE]

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Police probe into pistol find by resident POLICE searching for two suspicious-looking men In Marine Drive were taken by surprise when a resident handed them an automatic pistol which he said was found m a pick-up. The incident, which happened on June 2t at about 2 a.m., is still being

Accident victims awarded $169,000 damages [ARTICLE]

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Accident victims awarded $169,000 damages THREE friends, who were injured m a road accident while returning to Singapore from a holiday m Malaysia, were awarded a total of $169,000 m damages by the High Court yesterday m a consent judgment. The trio were travelling m a car driven by a

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The Straits Times says... Putting on the style [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times says Putting on the style YOU see him at the office party, twisting the night away m his platform heels, flared jeans and cutaway shirt revealing the inevitable large gold medallion bouncing just above his midriff bulge. The middle-aged trendy. Perhaps trendy is no longer the word,

T.F. Hwang takes you down memory lane [ARTICLE]

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This & that 'What yellow box?' [ARTICLE]

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This that 'What yellow box?' NANCY CHNG By Beginning this week, an occasional column by staff writers. This first piece is from our Bangkok correspondent. BANGKOK Visitors constantly complain about the city's traffic, sometimes having to wait for more than 21 minutes at a particularly bad junction. Bat Jast they

The pound of flesh: Profits and misery [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The pound of flesh: Profits and misery ANTHONY SAMPSON Many Brazilians are outraged that the Western banks should be making so much money out of their misery. Although the lenders insist that the high returns are necessary in terms of the risks involved, critics argue that these claims are often

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What rape really means [LETTER]

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What rape really means by a victim MOST people still don't understand what being raped means. Which, m itself, is a good thing, because if they did it would be because they understood through experience. If it has happened to you, you hope and you pray that it will never

Dept stores should encourage their shoppers to queue [LETTER]

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Dept stores should encourage their shoppers to queue DEPARTMENT stores should look into the problems of shoppers who queue to make payment on their purchases. I have seen some people nonchalantly walking to the front of the queue and making payment. This problem can be checked if: THE cashiers politely

Give incentives to individuals [LETTER]

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Give incentives to individuals THE government's policy of encouraging research and development work is commendable. To take the effort further, I would like to suggest that the government encourage and give incentives to the very small companies and to individuals for development work. It could, for example, allow income derived

Blind man was trying to sell cashew nuts [LETTER]

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Blind man was trying to sell cashew nuts I HAVE been driven to voice my opinion on the behaviour of certain members of the public by what I saw at a bus stop along Orchard Road. A blind man was trying to sell some cashew nuts. I saw him moving

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The legal position on annual leave [LETTER]

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The legal position on annual leave WE would like to clarify the issues raised by "Concerned" m his letter "The employer cannot turn down application." (ST, June 4). The writer questioned the right of an employer to withdraw approved leave or to reject an application for annual leave after a

Use of public funds could not be justified [LETTER]

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Use of public funds could not be justified I REFER to the letter "Do not scrap this diploma exam" by Miss Grace Yin. (ST, July 26). The Private and Executive Secretary's Diploma (Pesd) examination is an expensive exercise. We cannot afford to continue with it because it incurs a financial

Adequate toilet facilities [LETTER]

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Adequate toilet facilities WE thank your writer "Grateful" for his letter "Inadequate facilities." He wanted us to provide more toilet facilities at the East Coast Park. (ST, July 12). Our Parks and Recreation Department feels that currently there is no need to provide more toilets as there are already seven

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Gaddafi's stake in Chad [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Gaddafi's stake in Chad E2BB THE political ambitions of three men have brought about a new flashpoint this week m the Gulf of Sidra between the United States and Libya. The three men are President Hissene Habre of Chad; his predecessor, Mr Goukouni Oueddei, and the Libyan leader, Colonel Muammar

Jayewardene's big task: Wooing the moderates [ARTICLE]

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Jayewardene's big task: Wooing the moderates IN ONE sense the situation between Libya and Chad, described above, has a common element with the shocking killings that have occurred lately m Sri Lanka. For the origins of the Sri Lankan disturbances, outlined m this column last week, have a strong territorial

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Alcom profits down [ARTICLE]

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Alcom profits down ALUMINIUM Company of Malaysia (Alcom) has announced lower pre-tax profits of M 5616,000 for the six months ended June 30, 1983, compared with $2.02 million previously. Turnover, however, was higher at $37 million against $28.3 million before. An interim dividend of 2.5 per cent less tax has

Central Sugars [ARTICLE]

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Central Sugars TRADING on a settlement basis m the shares of Central Sugars Bhd will be suspended from 10am on Aug 26.

Grand Central [ARTICLE]

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Grand Central HOTEL Grand Central's transfer books and register of members will be closed from Aug 29 to Sept 2 for the preparation of dividend warrants. Duly completed transfers must reach the company by spm on Aug 26 to qualify for the dividend. The dividend, if approved by shareholders, will

Boustead replies [ARTICLE]

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Boustead replies BOUSTEAD Holdings PLC has informed the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange that its proposed acquisition of shares m UAC Bhd is not subject to the approval of shareholders. The terms and price of UAC m respect of the intended increase m Boustead's stake m UAC to 20 per cent

Keck Seng project [ARTICLE]

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Keck Seng project THE Johore state government has approved Keck Seng (M)'s application to build a housing estate at the 405-hectare site m the mukim of Tebrau. A total of 12,874 units will be built, consisting of residential and shopping units. Detailed plans are now under study. Construction work will

Bulldozer purchase [ARTICLE]

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Bulldozer purchase WARSAW, Fri. The US company, Dresser Industries Inc, has signed a US$4O million (5585.6 million) contract to buy Polish-built bulldozers, Polish officials said. The agreement was signed by officials of Dresser of Houston, Texas, and the Polish foreign trade enterprise Bumar, representing the Stalowa Wola steel plant which

Sale of pure titanium [ARTICLE]

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Sale of pure titanium TOKYO, Fri. Sumitomo Metal Industries Ltd has begun selling pure titanium to the US and expects to ship 200 tonnes by end-September. The titanium will be processed into finished products by Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corp, Sumitomo's partner m a joint venture, which will be sold through

Pig disease outbreak [ARTICLE]

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Pig disease outbreak TOKYO, Fri. Japanese Agriculture Ministry officials will meet pig farmers on Aug 23 to discuss ways of stopping an outbreak of Aujeszki's disease which has infected 1,807 pigs since it started m early 1981, the ministry said. Sanitation Department officials said the outbreak is too serious to

LNG venture [ARTICLE]

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LNG venture TOKYO, Fri. Four Japanese trading houses and the Thai LNG Co Ltd have created a joint venture m Thailand to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Japan, a spokesman for the Japanese partners said. The four Japanese companies are Mitsui and Co Ltd, Mitsubishi Corp, Marubeni Corp and

Qinghai has potential [ARTICLE]

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Qinghai has potential BEIJING, Fri. China's sparsely populated north-western province of Qinghai will play a big part m China's economic development drive, the official Chinese press said. Newspapers quoted Communist Party chief Hu Yaobang as telling provincial officials the focus of Chinese capital construction would be shifted to north-west China

Amcol to acquire two companies for $44m [ARTICLE]

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Amcol to acquire two companies for $44m AMCOL Electrical Industries, whose shares have been suspended from trading since late February this year, is proposing a $44.2 million deal to acquire two companies. The company has reached agreement with the vendors to buy the entire equity of San Kei Pte Ltd

UIC expects return to profitability this year [ARTICLE]

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UIC expects return to profitability this year UNITED Industrial Corporation, which went into the red for the 17-month period ended December 1982, has forecast a return to profitability for the current financial year. It said group pre-tax profit for the year ending Dec 31, 1983, is expected to be m

Pepper producer cartel to be launched on Aug 8 [ARTICLE]

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Pepper producer cartel to be launched on Aug 8 A SPICY new producer cartel is to be launched on AugB. Member countries of the International Pepper Community at a recent four-day meeting m Kuala Lumpur decided that from Aug 8, they would set a minimum export price for black pepper

Straits Steamship in the red at half-time [ARTICLE]

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Straits Steamship in the red at half-time AFTER six consecutive years of earnings growth, Straits Steamship Co's traditional shipping business, hard hit by the recession, has forced the company into the red for the first half of this year. Mr Richard Stevens, Steamers' chief executive, is not certain that the

Barge operator to buy Promet's shipyard for $8m [ARTICLE]

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Barge operator to buy Promet's shipyard for $8m RIG building and construction group Promet Bhd has agreed to sell Singapore-based Asia Pacific Shipyard Pte Ltd to one of Singapore's leading tug and barge operators, Chuan Hup Marine Pte Ltd, for $8 million. Its wholly owned subsidiary, Promet Pte Ltd, will

Central Sugars plans bonus and share split [ARTICLE]

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Central Sugars plans bonus and share split CENTRAL Sugars Bhd (CSB) has scored excellent results for the half year ended June 30, 1983, and has proposed a two-for-one bonus issue, a subdivision of its $1 shares into 50 cents shares and a restructuring of its sugar refining operations. In contrast,

Bidder for Kinta Kellas raises stake to 51.28 pc [ARTICLE]

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Bidder for Kinta Kellas raises stake to 51.28 pc THE consortium that is making a general offer for Kinta Kellas Tin Dredging PLC has raised its stake m the company to 51.28 per cent as of Aug 1. The consortium announced that, consequently, the bid is unconditional m all respects.

Canadian Act comes under strong attack [ARTICLE]

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Canadian Act comes under strong attack GENEVA, Fri. The Foreign Investment Review Act (Fira) of Canada has been strongly criticised m a recent disputes report of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (Gatt) which implies that it is protectionist m nature. The complaint against Fira was brought to the

Synthetic Resins (M) expects better results [ARTICLE]

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Synthetic Resins (M) expects better results SYNTHETIC Resins (Malaysia) Bhd is confident of an improvement m the results of its manufacturing activities this year. The company's chairman, Datuk Haii Nik Hassan bin Haji Wan Abdul Rahman, said m his latest annual statement that the improvement m manufacturing and contributions expected

Bata's new products help earnings [ARTICLE]

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Bata's new products help earnings BATA (M) Bhd's introduction of new products has limited its pre-tax earnings decline to only 1.8 per cent to M 53.93 million for the half year ended Jan 30, 1983. In the previous comparable period, Bata achieved pre-tax earnings of $4.01 million. After-tax earnings fell

Green light for Aussie smelter complex likely [ARTICLE]

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Green light for Aussie smelter complex likely SYDNEY, Fri. Despite an expected 25 per cent slump m fixed private capital expenditure m Australia this year, there are firm hopes that a go-ahead will be given shortly for a A51.25 billion (552.34 billion) aluminium smelter-power station complex m Western Australia m

Market Highlights

Share prices close sharply lower [ARTICLE]

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Share prices close sharply lower SINGAPORE: Share prices closed sharply lower yesterday and counters tumbled across the board as Investors lost confidence following Malaysia's decision to make substantial cutbacks of development and operating spending. The 12.91 points drop m transportation index of the Dow Jones Industrial Average was another dampening

SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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SCOREBOARD Up Down ouch Industrials 3 107 5 Finance 1 28 0 Hotels 2 9 0 Properties 0 14 0 Plantations 0 12 2 Mining 0 5 0 Deb/Loans 0 7 3

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Most Active [ARTICLE]

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Most Active DBS Loan 1.000,000 M U I 754,000 Pahang Con 651,000 Keppel 451,000 Public Bank 440.000 Total turnover: 14.05 m Total value: $49.29 m

Falls [ARTICLE]

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Falls Johan Hldgs 635 -105 X T Pau 700 -60 Tong Menu 310 -58 Lien Hoe 660 -50 Lion Corpn 550 -40 Sth Msia Ind 510 -40 Bolton 284 -38 Jacka Int 635 -35 Raleigh 500 -35 MB F Hldgs sOc 348 -32 Metro Hldgs 810 -30 M Cement 800

Rises [ARTICLE]

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Rises C Sugars 1520 +70 Shangri-La 400 +6 S N P L 444+2 Sealion 350 +2 U O I 299+2 BAT 22t 246 +1

Indices [ARTICLE]

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Indices Aug 4 Aug 5 BT Composite: 900.91 883.95 BT Indicator: XXXXX38 XXXXX21 ST Industrials: 938.60 923.77 ST Finance: 2590.43 2549.82 ST Hotels. 985.95 982.03 ST Properties: 744.47 729.03 ST Minings: 255.69 253.64 ST Plantations: 1280.42 1267.42 OCBC: 794.20 777.31 SESInd: 712.40 697.86

ST INDUSTRIALS INDEX COMPONENTS [ARTICLE]

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ST INDUSTRIALS INDEX COMPONENTS Bonsteadßhd -8 Cft C -15 CCM Cold Storage 15 Dnnloplnd Esso -20 Fft N -5 (ientings -12 Guinness -6 Gnthrie Bhd Haw Par -6 Inchrape Bhd -6 MTC NBT 11 Nat Iron -10 PMC -20 Pan Elec -8 Perils Plant 15 Prlma -5 Robinson's -1 Rothmansl

Singapore closing prices [ARTICLE]

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Singapore closing prices All shares quoted have a par valoe of $1, unless otherwise specified. Adjusted for scrip/rights. N Tax-exempted dividend. ABN is traded m lots of II shares each, with the price quoted m dollars. Gr'a Net 1983 Last Y'ld P/E Vol Day High Low Company Sale for- ('000)

High-fliers maul by the bears [ARTICLE]

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High-fliers maul by the bears A SEVERE deterioration m sentiment on the local stock market yesterday resulted m a wide spectrnm of issues suffering double-digit losses. Badly hurt by marauding bears were recent Malay- sian highfliers such as Johan, lien Hoe, Raleigh and SMI. In addition, industrial and plantation-based blue-chips

TURNOVER [ARTICLE]

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TURNOVER Closing tone: Weak. Turnover: Official figures supplied by the Stock Exchange of Singapore including odd lots "Ready" totalled: 12,050,000 units valued at $42,360,000. Industrials accounted for 7,067,000, finance 1,188,000, hotels 338,000, properties 908,000, debentures, loans and bonds 1,226,000, plantations 951,000, mining 372,000. "Settlement" contracts totalled 1,997,000 units valued at

Heavy fall in KL [ARTICLE]

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Heavy fall in KL THE Kuala Lumpur stock market registered its sharpest fall yesterday m almost a year. Reflecting this, the New Straits Times Industrial Index plunged 28.52 points to 1291.97 while the NST Finance Index tumbled 42.26 points to 2382.71. Total turnover rose to 8.75 million units valued at

Unit trusts [ARTICLE]

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Unit trusts MMMfen' prfen for Aag «/8 SmOATOBE UNIT TRUST The Commerce 3.31 3.52 The Saving* Fund 1.88 2.00 Spore Prog Fund 1.49 1.58 Spore Sec. Fund 2.16 2.29xd S'pore Invest Fund 1.08 1.14 S'pore Equity Fund 1.46 1.55 ASIA UNIT TRUST Mai Invest Fund 2.78 2.95 Mai Prog Fund

KL SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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KL SCOREBOARD Up Down Unch Industrials 3 98 2 Finance 10 0 1 Hotels 0 2 0 Properties 0 II 0 Oil Palms 0 5 0 Tins 2 7 1 Rubbers 0 11 1 Deb/Loans 0 2 0

BUSINESS DONE-SINGAPORE [ARTICLE]

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BUSINESS DONE-SINGAPORE BED and offer prices officially listed and business m and reported to the Stock Exchange of Singapore yesterday with the number of shares traded shown m brackets m lots of 1,000 units unless otherwise specified. All Times Settlement Contracts are quoted after the word "sett". Big Board deals

BUSINESS DONE-KUALALUMPUR [ARTICLE]

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BUSINESS DONE-KUALALUMPUR BID and offer prices officially listed and business m and reported to the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange yesterday, with the number of shares traded shown m brackets m lots of 1,000 units unless otherwise specified. INDUSTRIALS AJiMOMto (3.308) Aleam (1) 3.10 (1) 3.08 (1) 3.06 (1) 3.04 (7)

COMMODITIES

Rubber [ARTICLE]

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Rubber RUBBER PRICES m Singapore yesterday closed slightly lower m quiet afternoon trading and August One RSS buyers dosed at 244.00 cents per kilo, down half a cent from Thursday. The morning session was easier on lack of buying support and lower sterling levels after a lower opening. Afternoon prices

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES Rubber: Aug 5 Singapore: August: 244.00 cents (down 0.50 cent) Malaysia: August: 266.75 cents (down 0.75 cent) Tin: M $30.-1 1 per kilo (down 10.00 cents) 170 tonnes (up 44 tonnes)

Palm oil [ARTICLE]

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Palm oil MALAYSIAN crude palm oil prices yesterday fell from the day's highs following lower palm oil futures, to close slightly easier m moderate trading. In July, central fell MsB to Ms9Bo a tonne but south rose Mss to M XXXXX.50 while m Sep, south eased M 52.50 to M

Straits tin [ARTICLE]

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Straits tin THE Straits tin price m Penang yesterday fell 10 cents to M XXXXX a kilo, within the ITC lower range of M 529.15 to MJ32.06. The market's fall, despite higher overnight London advices, was due to sterling weakness against the Malaysian dollar. The buffer stock manager supported at

Produce exchange [ARTICLE]

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Produce exchange PRODUCE Exchange, Singapore, noon closing prices per 100 kg yesterday: Coconut oil: Bulk fob $135.00 sellers, old drum (m second hand drum) fob $148.00 sellers, new drum fob $152.00 sellers. Copra: Mixed (loose) $80 buyers. Pepper: Murttok white pepper fob Asta NLW $355.00 sellers Sarawak white pepper fag

GOLD [ARTICLE]

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GOLD The London morning gold fix was UXXXXX.00 an ounce yesterday. Than Wed Melbourne! 1 469.268 468 528 474.00S 473.25S New York 410 DOB 414 50S 411.00S 415.50S London 413.008 410.758 413.75S 411 258 Zurich XXXXX b 410 OUB 416.00S 413.00S Paris 414.00 413.87 Krl Thiirs Hongkong 406.108 XXXXX8 408.60S

COPPER [ARTICLE]

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COPPER LONDON: Copper prices on Thursday (previous m brackets): Wirebars Spot buyers £1124.00 (£1120.50); sellers £1124.50 (£1121.00); Three Months buyers £1149.50 (£1145.00); sellers £1150.00 (£1145.50). Market tone: Steadier Sales: 23,125 tonnes.

Silver quotes [ARTICLE]

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Silver quotes Than Wed New York 11 668 12.008 12.01S 12.05S Zurich XXXXX 11.768 12.00S 11.81S Fri Than Singapore XXXXX 11 948 11.60S 12.01S Closing prices m US dollars a troy ounce. Source: Credit Sniatie, Spare.

Money and exchanges [ARTICLE]

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Money and exchanges THE US/Sing dollar opened at 552. 1459/70. Trading was quiet, with the range for the day at around the 2.1440/45 level, before closing at 2.1440/50. The US unit continued its firmness with talks of higher US interest rates. It firmed to a new high against major currencies

Discount [ARTICLE]

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Discount RANGE of prices offered by dis count bouses on Aug 5: Overnight: 3 Call deposits: 2 3 C Icing Buying Selling 3-month Treasury bills 2 9/16 2 7/16 3-month Bank bills 713/16 711/16 3 months CD 7H 7W 6 months CD 7H 7H Scarce: N»«on»i Dtecaant Co.

Money market [ARTICLE]

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Money market Closing Interbank rates for Singapore dollars on Aag 5: Offer Bid Overnight 6 4 6 1 month 7 3/16 7 1/16 2 months V't TM 3 months 7H 7' 4 Overnight mode 6'

PRIME LENDING RATE [ARTICLE]

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PRIME LENDING RATE I THE average rate at which major Singapore banks are currency prepared to lend to their I best customers is 9.98 per cent.

OVERSEAS MARKETS

New York [ARTICLE]

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New York WALL STREET stock prices were sharply lower on Thursday m active trading as investors concerns about rising interest rates intensified. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 14.73 to 1183.09. The Transportation Index was off 12.91 to 540.41 and Utilities were down about 1.54 to 128.90 On the

Tokyo [ARTICLE]

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Tokyo SHARE prices yesterday fell sharply on investors' growing concern about rising US interest rates, the yen's fall to a 1983 low and the sharp drop on Wall Street on Thursday. The market average lost a provisional 91.95 to close at 8,946.66. International populars, especially American depositary receipt shares, led

London [ARTICLE]

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London SHARE prices finished easier yesterday but were above the lows, dealers said. At 3pm, the Financial Times Index was down 2.0 points at 721.6 after a fall of 7.6 at 10am. Prices were marked down at the outset reflecting concern over the direction of US interest rates but a

Selected Indices [ARTICLE]

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Selected Indices H.K.HANG SENG Friday 1028.25 Thursday 1022.98 Week Ago 1077.50 AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIALS Friday 826.2 Thursday 824.9 Week Ago 759.0 ALL ORDINARIES Friday 680.9 Thursday 686.2 Week Ago 633.0 FINANCIAL TIMES INDUSTRIALS Thursday 723.6 Wednesday 725.6 Week Ago 688.2 DOW JONES AVERAGE INDUSTRIALS Thursday 1183 09 Wednesday 1197 82 WePk

Sydney [ARTICLE]

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Sydney Cents INDUSTRIALS A C I 160 unch A N I 272 +3 A P M 215 unch Aberfoyle 730 -10 Age 225 +5 Alliance OH 90 -1 Allied Mill 209 +4 Ampol Exp 265 unch Atnpol Pet 157 unch Anz 454 -4 Ashton 158 unch Assoc Pulp Paper B

Bangkok [ARTICLE]

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Bangkok Bahts 1Aokham Thai Asia Fibre 146 unch Ayuthaya Inv And Trust 138 -2 Bangkok Bank 268 unch Bank Of Ayudhaya Ltd 153 unch Bata Shoe Berll Jucker 441 -2 Charoong Thai Wire Firestone First Trust 70.25 +0.5 Ooodyear Industrial Finance Corp 154 unch Jalaprathan Cement 193 -2 Maboonkhnmg 134

Hongkong [ARTICLE]

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Hongkong PRICES yesterday ended steady m moderately active business, and the Hang Seng Index was 5.27 points higher at 1,028.25. The market was steadier following sharp losses on Thursday, resulting mainly from disappointment over the latest Sino-British talks on Hongkong. Leaders ended narrowly mixed with Cheung Konj; easing five cents

Amsterdam [ARTICLE]

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Amsterdam Fl» ABN 392.00 unch Ahold 172.00 +2 Akzo 74.70 +0.5 AMEV 129.00 +2.5 Am fas 85.50 +1 Amrobnk 66.80 +0.5 Bergoss Berk 2790 -0.1 Bols 98.60 +0.5 Borsucer 193.00 1 Boska 47.50 +0.4 Burtet 50.80 +0.2 Caland 34.40 +0.1 Calv 289.50 1 Dell Ml) 74.20 0.2 Elsevler 400.00 12

Zurich [ARTICLE]

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Zurich Francs Actions Sulsses 293^ unch Alusulsse Br 833 +28 Alusulsse Reg 280 +4 Brown Boverl Br 1420 +20 Clba Oelgy Br 2045 +5 Clba Oelgy P C 1665 +5 Clba Gelgy Reg 840 +6 Credit Sulsse Br 2160 +35 Credit Sulsse Reg 405 +3 Elektrowatt Br 2910 +10 Oeorge

Manila [ARTICLE]

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Manila Lire Baxtogl 220 -8 Bel XXXXX -100 Centrale Ord 2235 125 fond Acqua Koinn 147 -2 Frlditma 8140 +50 Flat Ord 3167 unch Oenerall XXXXX0 1100 Glm 3360 m cri Hi Prlv 5085 +35 Invest 2615 -75 Ualrementl Ord 4530U -1000 Italgus 1020 7 Lepetll Ord XXXXX -485 Mediobanca

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66 Situations Vacant a) Professional ft Executive I We arc a marketing- 1 I oriented company I I engaged primarily m I the manufacturing, processing and disI 1 ribution of diary I food products. IWe invite applicaI tions for the post of: EXPORT I MARKETING EXECUTIVE Qualifications: Minimum University Degree

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60 Business 60 Business Opportunities Opportunities CALLING ALL LAUNDRY PERSONNEL An Exhibition and demonstration of Fujicar Laundry machines. (By Fujicar Mfg Co. Ltd Japan). Date: 5, 6 August 1983. Time: 10.00 a.m. 7.00 p.m. Venue: Professional Laundry Pt«. Ltd 85, Admiralty Road Wast, Spore 2775 Transport: Fr»o micro bus service.

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68 Situations Vacant a) Professional ft Executive Large foreign buying agent hat immediate vacancy for ASSISTANT MARKET REPRESENTATIVE Minimum 2 years experience ln quality Inspection of clothings and hardline exports to USA/ Europe. Male or female, age 24 and above. Write and speak fluent English and speak some local dialects.

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial d) Secretarial Clerical Clerical S I VEflfeff^ The Pol y° Jefin Company VhH^KBF (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. m die Billion-dollar Petrochemical Complex being built on Pulau Ayer Merbau (about 30 minutes by our ferry from Pasir Panjang) invites applications for the post of:GENERAL

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HEALTH CENTRE REQUIRES Receptionists, experience not necessary, training will be provided. Interested please call XXXXX80/1

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial d) Secretarial Clerical Clerical CREDIT SUPERVISOR A progressive multi-national company, based m Jurong, engaged m the distribution of petroleum engineering equipment has immediate vacancy for the above appointment. The duties and responsibilities of the Credit Supervisor will be credit evaluations, collections, reporting,

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66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical MESA urgently requires Personnel Assistant Requirements/Duties: Minimum GCE 'A' level and a good school EGA record Preferably with relevant experience Able to type 35 to 40 wpm To handle daily administration duties relating to welfare and services To assist m the preparations of company

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i 66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical We are an established lATA appointed agent R and are inviting applicants to join our Organisation. ACCOUNTS CLERK GCE O level with i credits m Maths and 58 English Possess LCCI Intermediate Bookkeeping c Preferably with some g&m experience, however those without experience

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66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical SUNDSTRQM we are the manufacturer of aircraft components and have vacancies for the position of CLERKS Requirements. c Minimum education of GCE '0' level interested applicants please apply m writing stating qualifications, experience, present and expected salary together with a recent photograph and telephone

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66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical Well Established Trading Company requires urgently 1) SECRETARY 2) FEMALE ACCOUNTS CLERK Requirements c Commercial graduates or equivalent, c With experience and able to work Independently, c Bilingual m both English and Chinese. Interested applicants please apply stating full resume and contact telephone number

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66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical An International Construction Firm has vacancies for 1. ACCOUNTS CONFIDENTIAL CLERKS c GCE O 1 level, c Basic Bookkeeping knowledge, c Good typing speed. 2. MALE STORE CLERKS c Completed N.S. c No working experience considered, c Prepared to do field work. Salary for

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66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical Established Bus Transport Company Dlst 5 require*. JUNIOR SECRETARY c Minimum GCE'O' level c At least 1 year working experience m secretarial work c Good knowledge of typing c Salary not less than $600 Interested, please apply m writing enclosing passport sixe photo indicating

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66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical Well established trading company requires: SECRETARY c Minimum 5 years' working experience. c Ability to handle work Independently. c Preferably bilingual. a Salary will commensurate with experience. Please write giving full details, salary expected to: The Advertiser Crawford P.O. Box 514 Singapore 9119 A

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66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical Wanted by well established Building Construction Company: A) JUNIOR ACCOUNTS CLERK c With at least LCCI Inter, m Book-keeping and credits m Maths and English at GCE O' level B) RECEPTIONIST/ TYPIST C) CLERK/ TYPIST For (B) ft (C) with at least LCCI Inter,

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66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical SANTHOMIKE PTE LTD has vacancies for: EXECUTIVE OFFICER PERSONNEL OFFICER ACCOUNTS CLERKS c GENERAL CLERKS SITE CLERKS TYPISTS RECEPTIONIST Interested candidates please call tel: XXXXX59 for an immediate interview. AN EXPANDING TRADING Company m building materials has vacancy for the position of Female Stock

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant c) Sales c) Sales SOCIETA COMMISSIONARIA Established Swiss Company requires: An Experienced TECHNICAL SALES EXECUTIVE To be based m its PJ office. Minimum requirements: c 3 years' experience m Sales of Industrial Raw Materials/ Equipt/ Machinery, preferably m Plastic Rubber Industries. c Technical/ Commercial

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66 Situations Vacant c) Sales Gillette The local operation of The Gillette Company, worldwide manufacturer* of Blades/Razors, Toiletries and Writing Instruments invites applicants for: SALES REPRESENTATIVES with the following qualifications: Male 22 -30 years of age. Minimum ■O level education. 1-2 years experience In tiHd sales. Conversant In English, Mandarin

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant c) Sales c) Sales SCHMIDT SCIENTIFIC (PTE) LTD (A Member of the Schmidt Group of Companies) invites applicants for the appointment of:MEDICAL LABORATORY EQUIPMENT REPRESENTATIVE THE JOB: To introduce and promote medical equipment to medical laboratories, teaching hospitals and medical faculties. EXPERIENCE: Sales experience

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EQupnttmt Rental A Leasing HERTZ EQUIPMENT RENTAL A LEASING invites suitably qualified persons to fill the following post:SALES REPRESENTATIVES (Construction Equipment Rental) 1) Possess sales and construction experience. 2) Possess own vehicle. Interested applicants, please submit with recent photographs and salary expected to the following address:THE GENERAL MANAGER 184, Pandan

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66 Situations Vacant c) Sales Well established European building products representative office requlres: 1) MANAGER/EXECUTIVES 2) SALES REPRESENTATIVES c Outstanding personality. c Preferably with experience. c Ability to liaise with developers, architects, accountants, designers and their professionals. c Age between 20 30. We offer an attractive remuneration package to match

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66 Situations Vacant c) Sales We are looking for qualified Female Personnel for the following position: SALES COORDINATORS c Possess at least OCE 'O' level Certificate c Must be above 23 to 30 years c Previous PR/ Sales experience would be an added advantage Good salary with attractive incentives will

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66 Situations Vacant c) Sales TEMPORARY MARKET SURVEY Officers required for 2 weeks, experience not essential. Call XXXXX81 SALESGIRLS WANTED preferably with Dept.-store experience. Tel: XXXXX45 i) Technical r mm mSS requires l> For interview, please t> call: XXXXX22 ext 24 or write to: |j 20, Liv Fang Road Jurong

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant I) Technical Technical I If a 5-day work week and further career I I development suit you, come and join us I I as: 1 1 Production Technicians I I NTC 2 or 3 m Electrical/Electronics I Preferably with some practical expe- I rience

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant eaeaaaaaaaameM»meaaamaaMaMaawamaaaamamaaaaamiea% «j,,j^i^^^^^ t jii^ MM j^^ M J>Jt^ H^^^^^g t) Technical t) Technical I SINGAPORE 3§2 GENERAL AVIATION «Sb SERVICE CO PTE LTD We have immediate vacancies f or the fotlowing positions:1. AIRCRAFT FITTERS At least 3 years proven experience m aircraft maintenance and

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meMeammammmammmammamawmameamamamammmmamaem 66 Situations Vacant I f) Technical I SUNOSIRQNO Wefnvrteappßcationsfor: APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING IN PRECISION BURRING i Requirements: A minimum education of Secondary 2 j Male applicants should i have completed or be exempted from National service Benefits: Transport allowance Shift allowance Meal subsidy Medicaf/Dentai benefits Term life insurance Personal Accident

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant t) Technical t) Technical A well established telecommunication company invites suitable candidates to fill the following positions: QA SUPERVISOR Requirements: Diploma m Electronics Engineering with at least 1 year's supervisory experience or ITC m Electronics Engineering with at least 2 years' supervisory experience. Preference

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant Technical t) Technical SELCO (SINGAPORE) PTE LTD (A member of the Pan-Electric Group) DRAUGHTSMAN ITC m Mechanical Engineering Drawing and Design. GCE 'O' level Certificate holders with good grades m Maths and Technical Drawing will also be considered. Completed National Service. No experience required.

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MICALTRONIC INDUSTRIES (PTE) LTD requires (Facility) NTC Grade 2 or ITC In Electrical Engineering Preference will be given to those with PUB Electrical licence Related experience m plant maintenance such as Electrical Installation. Maintenance of equipment is an advantage. nKNNKUIT (Engineering) ITC/Diploma m Mechanical Engineering Preference will be given to

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66 Situations Vacant t Technical f PRIMARY INDUSTRIES ENTERPRISE PTE LTD A progressive meat processing company has immediate post of:TECHNICIANS The Person: c Must possess either a Diploma m Electrical/Electronic Engineering from a recognisedlnstitution or Full C&G Certificate. The Job: Assist the Plant Supervisor m the daily preventive maintenance of

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66 Situations Vacant Technical PHILIPS require* AUTO INSERTION TECHNICIAN (Permanent 3rd shift) Applicants should possess working experience m the maintenance and servicing of auto insertion machines and preferably a Mechanical Trade Certificate. Please call personally for an interview on Bth and 10th to 12th August '83, between Ba.m. sp.m. bringing

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66 Situations Vacant f) Technical ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN Responsibilities:--e Building and testing of electronic, electrical controls for industrial automation projects. Qualifications c ITC/ NTC Certificates or GCE 'O' level from Technical stream with electronic background. For interview, phone AERO SUPPLIES (PTE) LTD 1, KIAN TECK WAY, JURONG SINGAPORE 2262 TEL: XXXXX22,

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66 Situations Vacant Technical An expanding Building Contractor Company requires SITE SUPERVISOR Polytechnic Diploma Of equivalent 2 years building site experience Valid Class 3 driving licence Conversant m English. Mandarin and local dialects Please apply with full personal particulars, qualifications, working experience, current and expected remuneration and contact telephone number

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66 Situations Vacant Technical EXPERIENCED FOREMAN Required by construction comp Interested please write m giving full personal resume, current and expected salary and contact telephone number to: ST. Box AXXXXX 390 Kirn Seng Road. Spore 0923 i German Engineering Company requires I (A) MECHANICAL MACHINE FITTERS (B) ELECTRICIANS (C) ELECTRICAL

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66 Situations Vacant g) Production LU DEL MAR FURNITURE INDUSTRIES (S) PTE LTD WE ARE THE LARGEST MANUFACTURER OF QUALITY KNOCKEO-DOWN FURNITURE IN SOUTH EAST ASIA AND HAVE THE FOLLOWING VACANCIES DUE TO RAPID EXPANSION. Come join ua and grow with usl Do not miss this opportunity ol joining th«

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacam g) Production g) Production g) Production g) Production Secure yourself a bright future Join Automated Assembly as production operators Q.C. inspectors Automated Assembly is a strong organisation backed Generous benefits await you: by Inchcape. We assemble printed circuit

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\^M^ STARTING SALARY UP TO WIS9M $509 J/ljj machine/ 4(7/ production w operators Plus Great Benefits such as: New higher starting salary You can choose from Salary adjustment after any of the following 3 months permanent working Salary reviewed twice a year hours: Shift allowance Attractive benefits 7am 3pm (Ist

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VAUGHAN LITHOGRAPHY COMPANY requires: KORD PRINTING MACHINE OPERATOR for Mack whit* job. Interested applicants, call personally at: 51, GEYLANG LORONG 3, #01-10 (JTC Sims Avenue Industrial Estate) Singapore 1438 or call tel: XXXXX53 to arrange for an Interview. 66 Situations Vacant 1) Miscellaneous DELIVERY ASSISTANT URGENTLY required. Preferably with woodwork

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66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous A progressive trading company dealing m hair-care beauty/electrical products seeks the services of 1) SALES EXECUTIVE Age 25 to 30 years old GCE 'A' level or equivalent. 3to 4 years' experience m hair-care beauty/ electrical products. Must have good relations/ contacts with big departmental stores/salons/

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A newly established Japanese Restaurant requires EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES JAPANESE FOOD COOK ft SUSHI FOOD COOK c Able to perform split shift duties. We offer:--e Free meals and uniforms, c Annual and medical leave, c Attractive salary plus allowance. c Annual increment. 13-month bonus, c Medical benefits. Interested applicants, please apply

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66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous A fast expanding company m Jurong requires a) Production foreman Diploma holder m Chemical Process Engineering or its equivalent 1 to 2 years relevant experience m the plating industry is an advantage Ability to ach ieve set goals through effective control and motivation systems B>Male

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76 Vehicles For Sale b) BMW SZX, HN3H-FLOWAIR FILTERS Featuring exclusive multi-layer gaute filtering element. The X 1 N ii i time purchase, whereas conventional paper element filters must be replaced at regular intervals, usually 10.000 to 20.000 miles. A permanent air filter with proper care under normal use. X

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FEB. 1982 DATSUN 280ZX 2nd owner, 2 tone colour, black and silver, PARF. Asking $53,000. Tel: XXXXX55 LATE 1977 DATSUN 160 J. Private owner. Alrcond, cassette, new paint. $12,000 0.n.0 Jeffrey Phua, XXXXX5 MARCH '83 PULSAR. Excellent condition. Aircon, tuff-kote, hi-fi. $22,000 0.n.0. Tel: XXXXX7/ XXXXX21 Miss Tan MAY '75

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76 Vehicles For Sale c) Ford '82 FORD LASER 15. alrcon. sports rims, showroom condition, one owner, $22,200 Exchange considered. Instalments. XXXXX98, 642, Geylang Road ALMOST 1979 FORD Escort 1.3 GL. Alrcon cassette, well maintained, tax Nov 1983. $11,600 0.n.0. XXXXX00 FIRBT OWNER 1960 nearlng Cortina I.6GL. PARF, alrcon, new

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76 Vehicles For Sale g) Maxda 197S MAZDA JUMBO 1000 CC excellent condition, radio, cassette. Tax, insurance Feb '84. Non-PARF Price $5,900 0.n.0. Tel: XXXXX6 (From 9.30 am to 12.30pm XXXXX19 (after 2pm). 1979 323 1000 c.c. 5-door, no aircon, 2nd owner, fresh metallic grey paint Runs beautifully Passed A

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76 Vehicles For Sale h) Mercedes MERCEDES 200 OCT. 77 while excellent condition. 2 owners, PARF eligible $42,000 0.n.0. Tel: XXXXX57. NON-PARF 1972 OCTOBER Mercedes 200 Passed inspection, $8,800. Phone XXXXX12. 23. Lorong Biawak. Spore 1335 11 MONTHS OLD Mercedes 280S automatic. 1 company owner, m showroom condition. Contact XXXXX55

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76 Vehicles For Sale i) Mitsubishi 1983 MITSUBISHI L3OO 8 seaters passenger van. Aircon, PB registration. Beautiful condition $18.500 XXXXX45. 78 SIGMA, SPORTS rims, cassette, tax and tyres new. Aircond, immaculate condition. $14,500. (all XXXXX53. 1978 COLT LANCER 1400 C.C, sspeed, aircon, hifi, new tyres, tax Feb '84. $13,200 0.n.0.

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SEPT. 1981, SUZUKI SS 80. 1 owner. Aircond cassette. Beautiful condition. Tel: XXXXX00. SEPT. 1975 RENAULT 12 TS. Aircond, radio/ cassette. Selling $4,600. Tel: XXXXX01. 1.3 MORRIS MARINA new tyres, cassette radio. No PARF. $4,000 0.n.0. Tel: XXXXX10, XXXXX04 1970 MGB GT Aircon, radio cassette, wire wheels. $19,000. XXXXX85. 1973

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76 Vehicles For Sale m) Commercial Vehicles 1979 TOYOTA LITEACE van 1300 I One company owner, price $6,600. Tel: XXXXX33. 1980 SUZUKI VAN 800, 1 company owner, tip top condition. Price $6,900 on.o. Tel: XXXXX16. 1980 TOYOTA HILUX pickup New paintwork, selling $5,600 Loan $4,000. Contact XXXXX86 Mr Ang 1982,

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77 Vehicles Wanted A DEALER OFFERS better value for your 1978 and above good used cars Private co acceptable. Appointments call Peter Chong, XXXXX55 XXXXX34. BUSINESSMAN URGENTLY RE- QUIRES secondhand car Private/ Company car. Any model. Phone: XXXXX74 Mr Ong. No dealers please. COMPANY URGENTLY REQUIRES I few units of

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86 Accommodation Vacant a) Houses APARTMENTS AT ORCHARD ROAD Future $5,500 Cairnhill Plaza $4,500 $5,500 Leome Tower $5,000 Grange Height* $4,000 Ridgewood $3,200 $4,200 Hillcreat Arcadia $3,200 $4,000 Pandan Valley $2,800 Orchard Boulevard $2,600 FIRST CLASS DETACHED HOUSES c Faber Park (Pool) $8,000 Parkvale $6,800 Watten Estate $5,000 Clementi Park

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86 Accommodation Vacant a) Houses DIST. 21 VACANT BRAND new Spanish designed semi-detached at Cheng Soon Garden. 4 bedrooms, servant's. Partially furnished. $4,000 p.m. Tel: XXXXX88. FULLY FURNISHED SEMI-DETACH-ED bungalow at Jalan Chelagl. Rental: $1,800. Suitable for airline staff. Tel: XXXXX62. No agents please. GRACIOUS SINGLE-STOREY BUNGALOW In dist. 11.

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86 Accommodation s Vacant a) Houses TANAH MERAH BESAR Off To Avenue. Single-storey semi-d« tached. 3 bedrooms. Fully fui nlshed. $1,200. XXXXX82. TANJONG KATONG double-tore semi-detached, nicely renovate! Selling: $620,000. Interested te Miss Goh XXXXX79 after 1.00 p.m. UPPER THOMSON, 10 miles, coi ncr double-storey seml-detach ed with furniture. $1,700.

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PANDAN VALLEY POINCIANA bedrooms. Spacious living, quie surrounding. Complete facilitie! Partly furnished. $3,500. Hoe Tan XXXXX21 RARE OPPORTUNITY DIST. 1 Fernhill Grove upper maisonett facing pool. 5 minutes to Or chard Road. Glll-Boine Singa pore XXXXX22. SHERWOOD TOWER, 3-BEDROOM ED maisonette, high floor, beau tt fully furnished, full recrea tional

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86 Accommodation Vacant c) Rooms UNFURNISHED ROOM IN Opera Estate, $280 p.m. No cooking, for students/ Chines single working lady. Interested, please call XXXXX0, MdmChua. BEDOK NORTH FURNISHED room m 5-roomed HDB. Working single lady preferred. Contact XXXXX78 CLEAN AIRY ROOM available, very centrally located. Cooking allowed. $400. Singles/ expats

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87 Accommodation Wanted b) Apartments SMALL EXPATRIATE FAMILY requires apartments, houses or HDB flat, any locality, flexible budget Owner please call: XXXXX42 Saturday k Sunday SMALL FAMILY LOOKING for 3/ 4-roomed m Marine Parade, Toa Payoh or Queenstown. Call XXXXX93/4. SMALL FAMILY REQUIRES unfurnished 4-roomed HDB flat. Any location. Flexible

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89 Properties For Sale i a) Houses DIST. 23 UPPER BUKIT Timah (9 Miles) renovated double-storey semi-detached. 3.600 sq.ft. 3 bedrooms .servant's $685,000. Wess Associates XXXXX44 (Saturday/ Sunday i DIST 21 BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVE cosy semi-detached Klsmis 2 1/2-storey. 3620 sq ft. 4 plus 1 bedrooms. $820,000. Freehold vacant possession Swansea

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89 Properties For Sale a) Houses DUST. 5, HONG LEONG doublestorey terrace. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. marble/parquet. $555,000. Villanelle XXXXX81. SINGLE-STOREY TERRACE IN dlst 1545. freehold. $290,000 0.n.0. Call: XXXXX3 Mrs Lim (no brokers please) b) Private Apartments DIST 11 HILLCREST ARCADIA TOWN HOUSE Total area 2.800 sq.ft., 4 bedrooms

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89 Properties For Sale 89 Properties For Sale b) Private Apartments b) Private Apartments NIM PARK SELETAR HILLS Nim Road, Singapore 2880 A 4-storey condominium m a choice garden setting 2-storey maisonettes with wide frontage 90% loan available ONLY A FEW UNITS LEFT! NO RESTRICTION ON FOREIGN OWNERSHIP SHOWHOUSE OPEN

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RIDGEWOOD. TERRACE APARTMENT, area 2,500 sq.ft. with 3 spacious bedrooms, fully furnished, full condominium facilities. Tenanted at $4,500. Selling at $650,000 0.n.0 Fields, XXXXX1 1 SELEGIE CENTRE FOREIGNERS eligible 2 bedrooms with attached bathrooms. 904 sq.ft. Freehold, i Completion end 1984. $270,000. Chelsea Homes XXXXX77 XXXXX88 (Sat/ Sun). SHERWOOD TOWER

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92 Warehouses/ 92 Warehouses/ Storage Spaces Storage Spaces 1[ WAREHOUSE 1* FOR SALE I AT PAYA LEBAR I Modern warehouse for sale by unit. Located at the junction of Macpherson Road/Airport Road with various dimensions and up-to-date facilities. Please contact Mr. Chong of TEL: 7371 195. (SINGAPORE) M 89 Properties

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94 Shop Spaces a) Sale A MODERN AND fully decorated restaurant situated at busy location and surrounding departmental stores. The restaurant can accommodate 800-900 guests. Ideal space for night club and lounge. Owner intends to sell or rent. Interested parties please contact Mr. Chow, XXXXX61, 10.00 a.m. 12.00 noon. GOLDEN

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94 Shop Spaces 94 Shop Spaces 94 Shop Spaces a) Sate a) Sale a) Sale t Centrally located m Orchard Road's shopping ancT tourist area, between Goodwood Park Hotel and Hyatt Hotel while <*"**' _jn- Holiday Inn is just across the road ScH**"" 0 I Site area of 180,000 sq.

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OBITUARIES

141 Deaths 141 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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141 Deaths 141 Deaths MRS. ANG MOH NEE TAN AH PIUM AGE 59 Patted away suddenly on 4 Aug. '83. leaving behind: SONS: DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW: Ang Soon Chye Chua Chwee Neo Ang Soon Hock Ho Sook Wah Ang Soon Huat Lim Swee Eng Ang Soon Bee Ang Soon Ec Ang Soon

143 Acknowledgements 143 Acknowledgements [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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143 Acknowledgements 143 Acknowledgements S. PERUMAL MDM. ACHIAMMAL DEPARTED: 22.7.83 DEPARTED: 7.8.75 The family of the late 8. Perumal Naidu wish to express their thanks and sincere gratitude to all friends and relatives for their kind attendance, assistance, condolences and contributions during their recent bereavement. ATHMA BANTHI POOJA will be

141 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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141 Deaths LIM YOK HWEE AGE 54 Gone to be with th» Lord on S/8/S3 leaving behind wife, two tons and on* daughter. Cortege will leave Singapore Caaket on 7/8/83, 12.30pm for Cremation at Mount Vernon at Ipm. RAMOO RAJAGOPAL NAIDU, agad 60, passad away peacefully on 5.8.83 leaving behind

144 In Memoriam [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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144 In Memoriam IN LOVING MEMORY OF MR. CHATTUKUTTY NAIR Departed 6th August 1962. We often think of the yesteryears When we were together; Fond memories of you linger, Making your absence that more painful for us. Dearly Missed By Wife And Children. In memory of j MR ANG WH

End of Ovett overture [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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End of Ovett overture British 800 m hopes for Olympic champ crash HELSINKI, Fri. Briton Steve Ovett's lingering hopes of competing m the 800 metres at the inaugural World Athletics Championships here, starting on Sunday, were finally dashed yesterday. France's Pierre Dasriaux, one of two technical delegates to the International

CHERUIYOTS OF FIRE! [ARTICLE]

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CHERUIYOTS OF FIRE! Charles and Kipkoech Kenya's twin challenge NAIROBI, Friday KENYA have a history of producing brilliant middle distance runners, and spectators at the World Athletics Championships m Helsinki, starting on Sunday, will have two new and identical stars to watch. Twins Charles and Kipkoech Cheruiyot are so alike

Records far from his mind [ARTICLE]

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Records far from his mind Hakikaf Rai on the local athletics scene EVEN the fit, it seems, have their woes. And sprint sensation Haron Mundir is no exception to the rule. In one short afternoon at the Seiko Inter-Club track and field championships tomorrow, the 21-year-old national serviceman will have

Top clubs in big showdown [ARTICLE]

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Top clubs in big showdown THE climb to the top may prove a lot harder tomorrow for Swift Athletes Association when Singapore's premier track and field dabs get into the grind daring the Seiko Inter-Club meet at the National Stadium. Swift, who have often edged oat their main rivals for

BRIEFS [ARTICLE]

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BRIEFS INDONESIAN A. Luthan beat Filipino V. Mendoza 15-3, 15-3 m the second round of an international Open badminton tournament m Buenos Aires. Other results: I. Robredo (Are) bt R. Sukibno (Indon) 10-15, 15-4, 15-9; A. Pagani (Arg) bt V. Nesi (Ind) 15-5, 15-€; I. Ur Rehman (Pak) bt T.

The East Germans name 62 for Helsinki [ARTICLE]

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The East Germans name 62 for Helsinki BERLIN, Fri. East Germany nominated 62 athletes for the World Athletics Championships m Helsinki, including six Olympic champions and four world recordholders, the state news agency ADN reported yesterday. The six gold-medallists of the 1980 Moscow Olympics are sprinters Marita Koch, Marlies Goehr

No veterans and no surprises in Soviet team [ARTICLE]

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No veterans and no surprises in Soviet team HELSINKI, Fri. The Soviet Union yesterday announced a no-surprise team for the first world Athletics Championships, starting on Sunday. The squad of 120, the second biggest after the United States' 130, include Ludmila Kondratieva, the 100 m champion m Moscow four years

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Bee Khim is queen of the course [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Bee Khim is queen of the course TAY CHENG KHOON S \w mu/f de artief By 4 KNOWING that a fourputt would not prevent me winning is not good for me. There's no pressure and, hence, no urgency to make every stroke count. That's why the Queen Sirikit Cap series

Sutton enjoys first day's sunshine... [ARTICLE]

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Sutton enjoys first day's sunshine... LOS ANGELES, Fri. Hal Sutton takes a onestroke lead into today's second round of the United States Professional Golf Association's Championship after an opening round that left many of the favourites trailing and British Open winner Tom Watson struggling to make the cut. Sutton set

The leaders [ARTICLE]

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The leaders Sevres (American unless stated): 15 Hal Sutton. M Buddy Whitten. Scott Simpson. f7 John Fought, Danny Edwards, Bruce Lietzke. 18 Keith Fergus, Jay Haas, Jim Thorpe, Pat McGowan, Ben Crenshaw. M Jim Simons, Morris Hatalsky, Mike Reid, Allen Miller, Calvin Peete, Jerry Pate, Raymond Floyd. 7i Lee Trevino,

Sensational 65 puts Grady a stroke ahead [ARTICLE]

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Sensational 65 puts Grady a stroke ahead ZANDVOORT (Holland), Fri. Australian Wayne Gradv returned a course record-equalling seven-under-par 65 to take a one-stroke lead m the US$l2O,OOO ($250,800) Dutch Open golf championship at the Kennermer Club here yesterday. «Grady, 26, matched the seven-year-old course record set by Severiano Ballesteros, of

All the scores [ARTICLE]

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All the scores Individual Open section: Right A 223 Kee Bee Khfm 74, 74, 75. 2SB R. Pane 81, 78, 79. 241 N. Sato 81, 78, 81; Kathy Copley 78, 80, 82. 245 Diane Williams 79, 82, 84. 24« Lely Syaharil 78, 86, 82; Rosie Goh 83, 81, 82. 248

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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES THE MINISTRY 0F° SOCIAL AFFAIRS on the occasion of the official opening of the Registries of Civil and Muslim Marriages. From: The Management and Staff of SENG GIAP CONSTRUCTION PTE LTD Bukit Merah Lane I #03-94 Singapore 03 1 5 Tel: XXXXX64/XXXXX52 (Main contractor for the

Racing

What the tipsters say [ARTICLE]

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What the tipsters say RACE EPSOM JEEP RACING ED LUCKY LEO PEDIGREE WENG SOOK 8 Winning Seventeen 7 Donna Quasar 2Kudadin 7 Donna Quasar 7 Donna Quasar 1 2 Kudadin 4 Setiawati 3 Tambun 4 Setiawati 4 Setiawati 7 Donna Quasar 3 Tambun 7 Donna Quasar 2 Kudadin 2 Kudadin

Start the day with Winning Seventeen [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Start the day with Winning Seventeen EPSOM JEEP By WINNING SEVENTEEN can give punters a winning start m a card of nine races at Kuala Lumpur today. This five-year-old has hit his right form after a sequence of nine unplaced runs. He went close last time out over the Kuala

Today's Kuala Lumpur card [ARTICLE]

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Today's Kuala Lumpur card mfsgtmmmm 2.00 class 5 div 2 1,200 m |:f T»j (Ratings: 54-46) MMMHMHi (Stakes: $11,500) 1 *0557 Hunting Eagle 57 (54) Hunting Eagle-Samsuri 3 nzg dl same (1200 m) By First Consul; slow into stride, finishing 7th to At Liberty Div 1 Ipoh 1200 m July

Donna Quasar set to recoup losses [ARTICLE]

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Donna Quasar set to recoup losses PEDIGREE By Our man on the track KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. Donna Quasar, a beaten favourite m her last two starts, looks set to recoup the losses when she takes on a mediocre Class 5 Div 2 field over 1,200 m (Racel). The four-year-old mare,

Yangtze Kiang safe bet [ARTICLE]

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Yangtze Kiang safe bet LUCKY LEO By YANGTZE KIANG IV should account for a moderate Class 5 Div 3 field over 1,600 m (Race 2). This four-year-old New Zealand gelding by Wharf finished an eye-catching second to Eastern Scholar m Class 6 over the Penang 1,700 m last month. He

More Aussie jockeys due [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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More Aussie jockeys due York gives up MR A licence ONK of Perth's leading Jockeys, Mark Sestich, has applied to ride at the Singapore Turf Club (Pesta Sukan Cup) Meeting starting on Aug 20. The Malayan Racing Association Is now considering his application. Sestich is being sponsored by Ipoh trainer

Putera Sandhurst underlines chances [ARTICLE]

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Putera Sandhurst underlines chances ON THE TRACK with PEDIGREE KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. Inderapura Stable's Putera Sandhurst served notice of his chances m Race 7, the Class 3 top division event over 1,900 m on Sunday, with an eye-catching workout here this morning. With apprentice M.C. Liew up, the three-year-old gelding

The top gallops [ARTICLE]

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The top gallops TUESDAY (goud going with some "give' Longevity n 38.8. Instant Recovery (Razmy) 38.8. Mighty Legend 39.8. Fun Kung (Sain) 39. Laugh It Off (Sahab) 38.4. Esc ada (H. Bakri) 40.4. WEDNESDAY (soft): Endless Mani 42.6. Pearl River II (Watson) 43.8. THURSDAY (soft): Saturn II (Johnston) 39.8. Valens

Leading jockeys [ARTICLE]

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Leading jockeys Total No of plarings rides 1st 2nd 3rd 1 Lam 182 31 27 28 2 Lucas 159 31 10 12 3 Tweedle 209 28 28 26 4 Donnelly 231 28 23 20 5 Rahmat 169 27 14 19 6 GwllUam 113 21 11 8 7 Khoo 162 19

Leading trainers [ARTICLE]

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Leading trainers Ist 2nd 3rd Bougoore 43 34 26 Allan 40 22 32 Teh 35 38 29 Samsnri 28 22 16 West 27 23 21 Buang 21 26 15 Lee 20 22 13 G van Brenkelen 19 12 13 Jaafar 19 7 3 PKLeong 18 18 14 E van Breukelen

Leading owners [ARTICLE]

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Leading owners Ist 2nd 3rd Agasam 32 24 21 Auric 13 18 19 Goodman 9 12 19 HTWee 7 17 Inderapura 6 7 6 Triomphe 6 5 3 Memo 6 3 3 Elegance 6 12 Chens 5 9 3 FHChu 5 7 8 Sultan Ilihoo 5 2 3 Golden Era

Poor entries: PTC chief explains [ARTICLE]

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Poor entries: PTC chief explains FAIRWAY By THE Penang Turf Club is "doing locally-based trainers a favour" by staging Class 4 races confined to them, said PTC secretary Lim Pei!g Hunt. "The last meeting catering for Class 4 horses was held at Bukit Tima