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The Straits Times Estd. 1845 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1983 40 CENTS M.C.(P) No. 65/1/83

Deadlock over [ARTICLE]

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Deadlock over M. G. G. PILLAI Acting King signs the Constitutional Bill and govt promises to amend it further next month By Kuala Lumpur Reporter KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. Malaysia's acting King today signed the controversial Constitution (Amendments) Bill m return for a written assurance that it would be amended at

Licence may show if you are _a donor [ARTICLE]

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Licence may show if you are _a donor- BENG TAN By I NEW licences for Singapore drivers and motorcyclists may soon show whether their organs can be used for transplant should they die m a road accident. This will make transplants easier. It will cut down the delay m procedure

Jet engine drops off [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Jet engine drops off 53 die, 19 injured MEDELLIN (Colombia), Thurs. A Colombian cargo jet dropped an engine onto a textile factory yesterday and touched off a massive explosion In the plant before crashing nearby, killing at least 53 people, officials said. The blast roared through at least two other

KL, Jakarta to review trade pact [ARTICLE]

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KL, Jakarta to review trade pact KUALA LUMPUR, Thursday MALAYSIA and Indonesia today agreed to review the performance of the.r 1973 trade agreement following a meeting between Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad and President Suharto here. The two leaders decided to examine the agreement to see whether it

Invincible to come here [ARTICLE]

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Invincible to come here CANBERRA, Thurs. The British aircraft carrier Invincible, which was refused permission to dry dock m Sydney, will now go to Singapore for- propellor shaft repairs. The British decision to send the Invincible to Singapore came as Aus traiian Attorney-CJeneral (_areth Evans today said he was seeking

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MARINES GO ON MAXIMUM ALERT [ARTICLE]

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MARINES GO ON MAXIMUM ALERT BEIRUT, Thurs. US Marines stationed at Beirut Airport went on maximum alert tonight after coining under heavy fire, a Marines spokesman said. He said the marineswere on "condition one" their hightest state of alert. State run Beirut Radio said the Marines opened tank fire on

Golfer who can't drive wins a Mercedes [ARTICLE]

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Golfer who can't drive wins a Mercedes GOLFER Rahmat Dakar is m urgent need of a driver not for the fairways but for the highways. Yesterday, the former caddy won I 'mself a $90,000 Mercedes 190E after scoring a hole-in-one m the first round of the Maruman (lassie at the

NZ quakes [ARTICLE]

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NZ quakes WELLINGTON, Thurs. Windows shattered, power lines were severed and goods clashed from store shelves m a series ot sharp earthquakes that shook the North Island of New Zealand early today. No m Juni^weie reported. UPI

Record 104! [ARTICLE]

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Record 104! THE Straits Times is 104 pages m three parts today, two of them making up a 56-page Section Two. In addition to the regular features, Section Two has 23 pages to help you with the Christmas shopping. They are from Pages 10 to 2. and 36 to 40.

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Home [ARTICLE]

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Home Post-haste Degrees IMAGINE getting a university degree, by correspondence, m one or two months, or even shorter. And imagine that everything you have done from school examinations to leisure reading will help you get that degree. It is all possible at the "American National university", as soon as you

Comment [ARTICLE]

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Comment THE STRAITS TIMES SAYS: THE successful prosecution of the lead singer of a local pop group for lewd remarks made on stage Is a timely reminder that such entertainers have a special responsibility towards young people m their audience. Some of the more avant-garde might argue that a lot

Background [ARTICLE]

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Background BURMA PAYS A PRICE DESPITE Burma's strict puritaniccl policy, which seeks to ensure youths are not "contaminated" by Western influences, the regime has to tolerate some outside influence to ease discontent. The presence of a black market m Rangoon means that a substantial quantity of Western goods manage to

Timesdollar [ARTICLE]

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Timesdollar PROPERTIES STILL SEEKING A PIECE OF THE AUCTION THE AUCTION goes on. More properties will come under the auctioneer's hammer despite reports of poor sales at recent property auctions. Three of the companies will continue with their usual rate of one auction a month while Knight Frank Cheong Hock

Timesport [ARTICLE]

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Timesport The fair from the foul IN not so many words, New Zealand Football Association chairman Charlie Dempsey had made it clear earlier m the week that ne wanted top European referees to control the Olympic qualifying-round tournament m Singapore m April. He claimed Asian referees were unfamiliar with the

Around the world [ARTICLE]

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Around the world Withdrawal only if... PRESIDENT Ronald Reagan, vowing not to allow the US Marines m Lebanon to become a factor m the 1984 US elections, said on Wednesday he foresaw only two situations which would bring about the peace-keeping troops' withdrawal: One, ft the US goal of the

Across the Causeway [ARTICLE]

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Across the Causeway 13,000 can't go home MONSOON rain continued to lash Trengganu yesterday, keeping the major rivers there at or above the danger level and forcing nearly 13,000 people to stay m relief centres. Ahout 500 people were shifted to relief centres from flooded areas m the state on

Section Two [ARTICLE]

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Section Two TV update CHANNEL 3 5.27 Captain Future 5.53 Hari Ini Dalam Sejarah: Today in History 7.10 Azan Maghrib: Prayer Call 7.13 Children's Feature (cont'd) 8.33 Seruan Jumaat: Friday Sermons 8.43 Malay Movie Musang Berjanggut 10.48 Parliament Report 10 58 Renungan: Religious Preaching 11.09 Born to Win He Who

Section Three [ARTICLE]

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Section Three The complete actor FRANKIE Chen Xunqi, Hongkong director, actor, scripwriter, occasional theme song singer and a partner of Always Good Film Company, who also dubs background music for films, was here recently. His mission was to promote his new film, Just For Fun, now showing m local cinemas.

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Knifeman tries to stab Tanaka's challenger [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Knifeman tries to stab Tanaka's challenger NAGAOKA, Thurs. A man brandishing a knife today tried to stab Akiyukl Nosaka, the novelist campaigning against ex-premier Kakeui Tanaka m Japan's general election, police said. Mr Nosaka, dabbed Japan's f>on Quixote because he is running fult tilt at corruption m high places and

China is ready to celebrate Mao's birthday [ARTICLE]

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China is ready to celebrate Mao's birthday BEIJING, Thurs. The People's Daily m a rare move published a full page of photgraphs of Mao Zedong today as China geared up to celebrate the late chairman's 90th birthday later this month. The photographs, dated from 1938-1964, show Mr Mao with leaders

Warship issue is still unresolved [ARTICLE]

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Warship issue is still unresolved LIM SAY BOON By Melbourne Reporter MELBOURNE, Thurs. The Australian government has failed to resolve its differences with the United States over its policy on visiting warships despite nearly a week of talks. Canberra, however, now appears to be laying the groundwork for a backdown

'New plans for NZ troops in Singapore' [ARTICLE]

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'New plans for NZ troops in Singapore' WELLINGTON, Thurs. A government defence review has said that the New Zealand military force based m Singapore will be withdrawn as soon as practical. Defence Minister David Thomson who said this yesterday added that the infantry battalion and support units would remain for

Protesters set free by Ershad as 'a gesture of goodwill' [ARTICLE]

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Protesters set free by Ershad as 'a gesture of goodwill' DHAKA, Thurs. The government has announced the release of all people who were jailed or detained m connection with the anti-government demonstrations here on Nov 22 and 28. The announcement yesterday said that charges against those involved m the demonstrations

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10,500 laid off this month [ARTICLE]

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10,500 laid off this month MANILA, Thurs. About 10,500 workers were laid off m the Philippines m the first 12 days of this month because of raw material shortages m factories and losses suffered by companies, officials said today. About 55,000 workers were expected to be laid off by the

E. German 'expelled from Laos' [ARTICLE]

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E. German 'expelled from Laos' HONGKONG, Thurs. East Germany's military attache has been expelled from Laos m what was believed to be the regime's first such move against a communist-bloc diplomat,' the Far Eastern Economic Review reported today. The Review, quoting diplomatic sources m Bangkok, said Lieutenant Colonel Manfred Audorsch

'Rough road ahead' for Vietnam [ARTICLE]

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'Rough road ahead' for Vietnam BANGKOK, Thurs. Vietnamese Communist Party chief Le Duan has warned that great social and economic difficulties still lie ahead of the country, the Vietnam News Agency said today. "These difficulties stem from small production, from the aftermath of long years of war and from the

Sihanouk arrives from/Paris [ARTICLE]

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Sihanouk arrives from/Paris BEIJING, Thurs. Prince Norodom Sihanouk, president of the anti- Vietnamese Democratic Kampuchea government-in-exile, arrived here from Paris today for talks with the group's other chiefs and Chinese leaders, Xinhua news agency said. The coalition's vicepresident, Mr Khieu Samphan, and Prime Minister, Mr Son Sann, who arrived from

Second Cabinet minister resigns in Philippines [ARTICLE]

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Second Cabinet minister resigns in Philippines MANILA, Thursday EDUCATION Minister Onofre Corpuz resigned today from the Philippines government and criticised what he called a "Mafia" that had thrown a protective shield around President Ferdinand The 56-year-old Educa- I Minister tendered his I resignation Nov 25 and I the Ministry today

Anti-Marcos children [ARTICLE]

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Anti-Marcos children MANILA, Thurs. More than 2,999 children, many of them too young to walk, today paraded m Makati. Manila's "Wall Street", demanding the resignation of President Marcos. They were led by the youngest daughter of slain opposition leader Benigno Aquino, Kristina, 12 and cheered by thousands of office workers.

Kuwaitis hold Shi'ites on suspicion of bombing role [ARTICLE]

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Kuwaitis hold Shi'ites on suspicion of bombing role KUWAIT, Thurs KUWAITI authorities yesterday arrested an undisclosed number of Kuwaiti Shi'ite Muslims suspected of the suicide bombings at the US embassy and five other targets, sources said. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM The m I connection with Monday's I bombing wave killed I four people

Rats killed [ARTICLE]

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Rats killed BEIJING, Thurs. Residents killed 2.27 million rats m Beijing m a campaign that has iust ended, halving the number of rodents m the Chinese capital, the Beijing Daily reported yesterday. AP

Army duel with Druze rebels [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Army duel with Druze rebels BEIRUT, Thurs. Lebanese troops clashed with Syrian-backed Druze rebels south of the US Marine base today, a day after American warships blasted anti-aircraft positions m Syrian-held territory with the largest guns afloat. The daybreak clash by artillery, rockets, mortars and tank fire followed sporadic duels

Reagan's two scenarious for a pullout [ARTICLE]

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Reagan's two scenarious for a pullout If all foreign forces are withdrawn from Lebanon If there is no chance of a solution WASHINGTON, Thursday PRESIDENT Ronald Reagan, vowing not to allow the stationing of US Marines m Lebanon to become a factor m the 1984 American elections, said yesterday there

Last of the mighty ships packs a punch [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Last of the mighty ships packs a punch BEIRUT, Thurs. THE US battleship New Jersey, which fired its guns m anger today for the first time since the Vietnam war, is the only operational battleship m the world. Launched 41 years ago last week, the 45,000-tonne warship has nine 16-inch

Assad 'to be sent to Geneva for treatment' [ARTICLE]

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Assad 'to be sent to Geneva for treatment' CAIRO, Thurs. The Syrian government is planning to send President Hafez Assad to Geneva for "a long period of treatment," an Egyptian magazine said yesterday. The weekly Al Mussawar, which has close connections with the Egyptian government, said Mr Assad "is not

World briefs

Iraqi attacks kill 32 [ARTICLE]

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Iraqi attacks kill 32 MISSILE AND AIR attacks by Iraq against five southern Iranian towns on Wednesday left 32 civilians dead and 304 injured, Radio Teheran said yesterday. According to the radio, Iraqi planes yesterday bombed the town of Nahavand, injuring 60 people. And minutes later, four Iraqi land-to-land missiles

No to Vienna talks [ARTICLE]

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No to Vienna talks THE WARSAW Pact nations have turned down the Nato countries' proposal to resume the Vienna talks on conventional forces m Europe on Jan 26, a Nato spokesman said m Vienna yesterday. According to Mr Wilhelm de Voos, the chief Dutch delegate and Nato spokesman, the Warsaw

Freeze on refunds [ARTICLE]

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Freeze on refunds THE EUROPEAN Parliament sparked off a storm m Strasbourg yesterday by voting to freeze a US$64O million (Ssl.4 billion) budget refund to Britain by the European Community. Parliamentarians voted by 268 to 73 m favour of freezing the British rebate and a smaller West German refund as

Not a cent from US [ARTICLE]

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Not a cent from US THE UNITED States announced m the United Nations on Wednesday that it would not pay a cent to finance the office of the UN special commissioner for the Law of the Sea. The US did not sign the International Convention of The Law of the

Ship and crew held [ARTICLE]

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Ship and crew held NORTH KOREA is holding a Japanese freighter and its four crewmen hostage to demand the return of a North Korean soldier who defected m September by stowing away on the ship, authorities m Tokyo said yesterday. The North Korean government said it would release the 234-tonne

Reuters in the news [ARTICLE]

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Reuters in the news THE DIRECTORS of Reuters announced m London yesterday they will seek a public flotation* of the 132-year-old world news organisation on which some stock analysts put the value of the company at around £1 billion (553.2 billion). The 11-member board of directors, m a statement after

A regal stance at 18 months [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A regal stance at 18 months LONDON, Thurs. Britain's Prince William, 18 months old next week, stepped out to face the world's press yesterday and decided to make a dash for freedom. The tiny prince toddled off to a garden door m the grounds of London's Kensington Palace only to

Spy trial [ARTICLE]

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Spy trial TEHERAN. Thurs. Six men accused of belonging to Iran's outlawed communist Tudeh Party's secret military wing went on trial yesterday charged with spying and aiming to topple the Islamic republic, the national news agency Irna said today. Reuter

23m fewer W. Germans by 2030? [ARTICLE]

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23m fewer W. Germans by 2030? BONN, Thurs. An alarming drop m West Germany's birth rate could reduce the population by one-third over the next half-century, a government commission reported yesterday. For the past 10 years. West Germany has had the lowest birth rate m the world, and a commission

TUC decides not to support printers [ARTICLE]

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TUC decides not to support printers Deep splits m British labour movement LONDON, Thurs. Brit- am's Trades Union Congress (TUC), once a by- word for industrial militancy, was deeply divided today after j its general council drew back from a battle with the Conservative government I over new labour laws.

Soviets launch mysterious 'biological objects' satellite [ARTICLE]

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Soviets launch mysterious 'biological objects' satellite MOSCOW, Thurs. The Soviet Union announced yesterday it had launchj ed a satellite carrying "biological objects," and i an East German report j said it carried two moni keys and 18 rats. Western diplomats and a United States space official said a joint space

Man jailed for life in 'ancient skull' case [ARTICLE]

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Man jailed for life in 'ancient skull' case CHESTER (England), Thurs. A man who killed his wife more than two decades ago was sentenced to life imprisonment here today because of an ancient skull. When a young woman's skull was dug up near his former home this year, Peter Reyn-Bardt,

E.T. film makers stole my idea, writer claims [ARTICLE]

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E.T. film makers stole my idea, writer claims PARIS, Thurs. A French writer of children's stories has accused the producers of the box-office hit film E.T., the Extra-Terres-trial of plagiarism. Former teacher Yvette de Fonclare claims the film's plot-line was stolen from her book, Enfant des Etoiles (Child of the

US seriously – thinking of leaving Unesco say officials [ARTICLE]

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US seriously thinking of leaving Unesco say officials NEW YORK, Thurs. THE Reagan administration is seriously considering withdrawing the United States from Unesco, State Department officials and American delegates to the organisation said yesterday. They said that the proposal is being considered m the State Department and that a recommendation

Soviet ice star charged [ARTICLE]

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Soviet ice star charged STOCKHOLM, Thurs. A Stockholm District Court charged a Soviet star icehockey player yesterday with shoplifting baby's clothes and ladies' wear worth US$lOO (Ss2l2). Officials refused to name the athlete, but sources identified him as 23- year-old Vyacheslav Bykov, a forward of Moscow's CSKA team and a

Tragedy at sea [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Tragedy at sea BATTLING choppy waves, a coast guard boat arrives at the scene of the overturned fishing boat Liberty, at the Manasquan Inlet in Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey, on Monday. One of the fishing boat's crew is dead, two are still missing, while three others are in hospital.

Moscow needs 'incentives' at talks: General [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Moscow needs 'incentives' at talks: General PETER BARNARD By US Editor f SHOULD there be a m conventional attack by the Warsaw Pact now, I would have to request the release of nuclear weapons fairly quickly. This results from the simple fact that we do not have adequate sustainability of

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Problem in chains [ARTICLE]

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Problem in chains A MEXICAN priest, himself a reformed alcoholic, claims to have devised a new therapy for hard drinkers chaining them up to prevent them from slipping out to the bar. Father Ignacio Ortega. Aguilar opened his clinic m the Mexico City workingclass suburb of Ixtapalapa last June. But

Nuclear, not vandal proof [ARTICLE]

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Nuclear, not vandal proof THE Financial Times newspaper said m London on Wednesday that insurance broker Stewart Wrightson has received a letter from a client saying: "I regret to inform you that my bomb-proof, reinforced nuclear survival shelter has been totally pecked by vandals. UPI

Old habits die hard [ARTICLE]

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Old habits die hard SEYMOUR Ernay of Elizabeth, New Jersey got off with a probationary order instead of a jail sentence for passing bad cheques and then paid his US$2,OOO(S$4,OOO) legal fee with another cheque that bounced. But his lawyer said he still had faitlyr^TMTuman Reuter

Lennon mural discovered [ARTICLE]

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Lennon mural discovered WORKERS m the home town of murdered Beatle John Lennon have uncovered murals he painted with a friend m the cellar of a club where the legendary 1960s pop group played. Lenr.on and Stuart Sutcliffe, an early Beatle who died m 1962* before the group took the

'Soviets have an SS-20 airlifter' [ARTICLE]

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'Soviets have an SS-20 airlifter' LONDON, Thurs THE Soviet Union has developed a giant military transport plane that can airlift Soviet SS-29 nuclear missiles, an authoritative reference book said today. The new supersonic giant transporter can also shoot down US cruise missiles, the book said. The prototype four-en- gine Antonov-409

Ford recalls 300.000 cars [ARTICLE]

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Ford recalls 300.000 cars DEARBORN (Michigan). Thurs. The Ford Motor Company said yesterday it was recalling nearly 300,000 cars and lorries for safety changes. Most of the recalls involve Ford's 1984-model cars and light lorries which will undergo modifications m the shoulder-belt systems. The company said another 300.000 vehicles m

Alfonsin orders big change in military command [ARTICLE]

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Alfonsin orders big change in military command BUENOS AIRES, Thurs. New civilian President Raul Alfonsin ordered a major reshuffle m the armed forces command that will force 47 senior officers to retire, his second blow to the military m two days. The announcement came last night, a day after Mr

Bolivian Cabinet quits over strike [ARTICLE]

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Bolivian Cabinet quits over strike LA PAZ, Thurs. The Bolivian Cabinet resigned last night after a 48-hour general strike paralysed the country's economy. Foreign Minister Jose Ortiz Mercado told a press conference the move was intended to allow the formation of a new government and establish a political and economic

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Turf Club hands out bumper $8.2m gift [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Turf Club hands out bumper $8.2 m gift THE Singapore Turf Club gave away $8.2 million yesterday, the largest pay-out it has ever made. The money went to 230 organisations. These included several charitable bodies, schools, community centres, the National University of Singapore, civic organisations, Singapore Symphonia Co Ltd Endowment

Millionaire does his bit for the aged [ARTICLE]

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Millionaire does his bit for the aged HE HAS been a friend to The Little Sisters of the Poor for more than 40 years. From the first time he met Sister Romaine who came to his office for donations for the home of the aged, he has not turned his

Cashless salaries proposal is rejected [ARTICLE]

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Cashless salaries proposal is rejected CONRAD RAJ 'Most workers prefer cash' By THE government has said no to a proposal to change the Employment Act to allow employers to pay their workers only by cheques or through banks. The suggestion was made at a meeting of the National Productivity Council

Man fined $1,000 [ARTICLE]

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Man fined $1,000 A TENANT of a holiday chalet retaliated at being locked out of his bedroom by throwing a lit match into the room through the gap between the door and the floor. Ng Joo Hean, 16, was on Tuesday fined $1,000 for his actions which resulted m a

Charged with theft [ARTICLE]

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Charged with theft A MAN was charged yesterday with theft of 1,000 pieces of Thomson integrated circuits at the premises of Cony Electronics m Jalan Besar Plaza along Kitchener Road on Dec 14. Ng Chye Heng, 35, will be remanded until Dec 22 when his case will be mentioned again.

Watch out for this friendly woman [ARTICLE]

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Watch out for this friendly woman JUDY TAN By POLICE yesterday warned the public to be wary of a woman who befriended yoong girls and then stole their Jewellery. This has happened m Jurong. So far, police said, the woman had stolen !-old chains and jewel cry worth a total

Case to give advice for claims court [ARTICLE]

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Case to give advice for claims court THE Consumers' Association of Singapore is preparing itself for the setting up of a small claims court early next year. It intends to employ a full-time legal officer and a few more complaints officers to help offer advice to complainants. Legal advice will

All hail the tunnel Shield [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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All hail the tunnel Shield GERRY de SUVA Special machine for biggest pipeline to be laid by the Environment Ministry Story by Picture by THE head of the Mass Rapid Transit Authority came to see it and left impressed. A senior Cabinet minister came to a similar conclusion when he,

Another anti-crime operation launched last night [ARTICLE]

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Another anti-crime operation launched last night POLICE last night launched the first m a series of operations to keep crime down during the festive season. Last night's operation was concentrated m the Toa Payoh and Paya Lehar police divisions where divisional men, backed by four task force troops, the Dog

Court told of firm's purchasing policy [ARTICLE]

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Court told of firm's purchasing policy PHILIPS' purchasing staff are not allowed to divulge confidential information, which includes prices and quotations, and accept any gifts from any person or company having dealings with Philips, a district court heard yesterday. Mr Choy Nam Thim, 52, Philips Singapore's purchasing manager, said this

Public urged to be careful during festive season [ARTICLE]

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Public urged to be careful during festive season ROBBERY, housebreaking and theft are on the rise .-nd police are urging the public to help prevent these during the festive season. A Crime Prevention Department statement said yesterday that 1,279 robberies were reported m the first 10 months of this year

HK Carrian probe team leaves for home today [ARTICLE]

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HK Carrian probe team leaves for home today TWO Hongkong police officers are expected to leave for home today after having spent three days here to conduct investigations m connection with the collapsed Carrian group. The two men, a chief inspector and an inspector from the British colony's Commercial Crime

Visitor gets jail and caning for robbery bid [ARTICLE]

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Visitor gets jail and caning for robbery bid A THAI'S visit here since last month will now stretch into a two-year stay m jail. In addition, Anoon Khaengkhan, 22, was also sentenced to 10 strokes of the cane yesterday for an armed robbery attempt on Nov 17 along Clementi Aye

New bus Toa Payoh on Sunday [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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New bus Toa Payoh on Sunday TOA Payoh bus commuters will no longer have to go round m circles before arriving at their destinations. A new bus system with an interchange and feeder services will take over on Sunday. Trunk services will no longer loop around the estate. Instead, passengers

Two MRT contracts worth $96m awarded [ARTICLE]

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Two MRT contracts worth $96 m awarded TWO contracts worth $96.27 million have been awarded for the construction of San Teng and Maxwell Mass Rapid Transit stations and 5.5 km I- of tunnels. A Belgian and local joint venture called Singapore-Belgium Contractors Pte Ltd, bagged the San Teng contract and

Padlocks may be a must for m-cycle insurance [ARTICLE]

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Padlocks may be a must for m-cycle insurance MOTORCYCLISTS may be required to protect their machines with a steel cable padlock before they can take out an antitheft insurance policy for their bikes. A clause may be introduced m the policy requiring the owner to take such a measure to

Muscles on parade [ARTICLE]

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Muscles on parade AMATEUR bodybuilders will have a chance to show their muscles at the Third Mr Sentosa Bodybuilding Championship to be held at Sentosa Swimming lagoon on Sunday at 10 a.m. The contest will include a Miss Physique quest. There will also be a martial arts show and a

Man escapes unhurt [ARTICLE]

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Man escapes unhurt A CAR caught fire along Woodlands Road near the Bukit Panjang police post on Tuesday. The driver, Mr T Sanivel, 61, escaped unhurt A fire engine went to the scene and the fire was put out m 15 minutes

Nissan's report on the car that split into two [ARTICLE]

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Nissan's report on the car that split into two THE Japanese manufacturers of the Nissan Laurel which split into two m a recent accident have supplied some answers on how it could have happened. The splitting was most likely a result of a highspeed collision, not of a defect m

Two pay high price for forgetfulness [ARTICLE]

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Two pay high price for forgetfulness FORGETFULNESS cost two people a total of $7,480 this week when their clutch bags were stolen. Norwegian businessman Mr Ivar Skau, 49, lost $7,150 m local and US currencies, bank books, credit cards and personal items when shopping at the Change Alley Aerial Plaza

A slice of Apple for education [ARTICLE]

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A slice of Apple for education LILLIAN CHEW By APPLE Computer will help Singaporeans develop new methods of learning, using the personal computer as a teacher. The American company announced last night that it was establishing an educational grant programme m Singapore next year No cash will be handed out

Mobil sets pace in wage talks [ARTICLE]

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Mobil sets pace in wage talks IVAN LIM Direct negotiations outside NWC guidelines By A PETROLEUM company has taken the lead m opting for direct negotiations with the union on annual pay increases outside the National Wages Council guidelines. Mobil Oil Singapore Pte Ltd's decision to start yearly negotiations on

Kidney Week nets 273 pledges so far [ARTICLE]

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Kidney Week nets 273 pledges so far UP TILL yesterday evening, 273 people have signed up their organ donation cards pledging their kidneys for transplant. This response is a result of the National Kidney Week, which has seen 10 seminars so far. The National Kidney Foundation's speakers have talked to

The apple caught the judges' eye [ARTICLE]

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The apple caught the judges' eye GILLIAN POW CHONG By IT WAS Mr James Lim's Adam's Apple which caught the judges' eye last night. It was big. red and had a snake draped around it. Horrifying by normal standards unless this novel creation comes m liquid form, as it did

The last picture show [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The last picture show The final curtain falls on Rex it will become a theatre for live shows THE END the two words cinema-goers are most familiar with. Last night when these words appeared after the 9.15 p.m. screening of Jaws 111 at the Rex cinema, if was not just

Last, fortnight's rain still below December average [ARTICLE]

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Last, fortnight's rain still below December average DESPITE rain on most days over the first fortnight of December, the rainfall was below the mont: h s ay c rage o f 279.9 mm. Recorded levels ranged from 42 mm near Singapore Turf Club to 125 mm at Paya Lebar. These

Met service moves office [ARTICLE]

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Met service moves office THE Meteorological Service has shifted its headquarters from Hillcrest Road to Room 035-11, 3rd store y, South-east Finger Pier, Passenger Terminal Building I, Singapore Changi Airport. The new postal address is P.O. E3ox 8, Changi Airport, Singapore 9181, and the general office telephone number is XXXXX93.

Science teacher wins $12,000 award [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Science teacher wins $12,000 award A recognition of his contribution to science education m Singapore THIRTY-SEVEN-YEAR-OLD Scow Cheng Hoe has won the first BP Science Teacher's Award worth $12,000 for his contribution to science education m Singapore. He has been involved m a number of projects as a science and

Painter fined after fire in HDB flat [ARTICLE]

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Painter fined after fire in HDB flat THE bedroom of a Housing Board flat was gutted by fire after a painter left a lighted cigarette inside a cupboard, a district court heard yesterday. Soh Go Sip, 36, had returned to his flat m Bedok on Feb 6 after failing to

In brief

Fire causes $150,000 losses at factory [ARTICLE]

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Fire causes $150,000 losses at factory FIRE DAMAGED a factory at Kallang Place yesterday morning, causing losses estimated at $150,000. The fire was spotted by the watchman at about 6.30 a.m., who saw smoke on the third storey of the seven-storey building. Firemen brought the blaze under control m about

Man pleads not guilty to molest charge [ARTICLE]

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Man pleads not guilty to molest charge A WOMAN claimed yesterday that a man had pretended to be asleep after molesting her on a bus. The woman, an officer m a firm, was testifying against Isham bin Ismail, 24, a hotel employee who is alleged to have outraged her modesty

$1,000 fine for forging medical chit [ARTICLE]

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$1,000 fine for forging medical chit A FINE of $1,000 is the heavy price a man has had to pay for an extra 'day's medical leave after he forged a doctor's certificate. Muhamad Subri bin Othman, 24, had been issued with the medical certificate for April 14 and 15 by

Building materials worth $30,000 stolen [ARTICLE]

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Building materials worth $30,000 stolen ABOUT $3t,OM worth of construction materials was stolen from a Resources Development Corporation worksite at East Coast Parkway, near the Big Splash, earlier this month. Engineer S. K. Yeo, discovered t-he materials missing on Monday at about 10 a.m. The construction materials, including 80 standrail

Instant degrees if the price is right [ARTICLE]

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Instant degrees if the price is right JUNE TAN American National University offers them by post By THE American National University calls it "non-traditional education." For anyone who has been through the grind of 'O' levels, 'A' levels and years of swotting before getting a degree, it certainly is non-traditional,

All that is needed: Read a novel or write poems [ARTICLE]

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All that is needed Read a novel or write poems A STRAITS Times reader who spotted a recent advertisement by the American National University decided to write m, "just for fun." He was told that he needed 120 credits to get a Bachelor's degree, but having evaluated his past experience,

Star newcomer Gori dies after coma [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Star newcomer Gori dies after coma GORI the gorilla is dead less than three months after he arrived to become one of the star attractions at Singapore Zoo. The 23-year-old gorilla, one of a pair donated to the zoo by Prince Rainier of Monaco, died on Monday. Announcing his death

Big turnout expected at rallies for the Prophet [ARTICLE]

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Big turnout expected at rallies for the Prophet UP TO about 20,000 people are expected to attend each of four rallies to be held this month to mark the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad. They will be held at the Toa Payoh Sports Complex on Saturday, the Jurong Sports Complex

Prophesy drove man to take own life [ARTICLE]

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Prophesy drove man to take own life MAGDALENE LUM By THE price of believing fortune-tellers can be high, as a young man must have found out iust before he killed himself. A fortune-teller told this man that he would die young. He would kill himself or be murdered before he

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'Malaysiagaining little from Japanese investment' [ARTICLE]

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'Malaysia gaining little from Japanese investment' KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. Malaysia has not benefited greatly from Japanese investments as most Japanese manufacturers are still using few local products, two University of Malaya economists said here yesterday. Reporting on their joint study of Japanese investment m Malaysia. Chee Peng Lim and Lee

Law studies [ARTICLE]

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Law studies KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. Malaysia's Inspector-General of Police, Tan Sri Haji Mohamad Haniff Omar, left for London yestreday to pursue a twoyear law course a^Buekin^ ham University. AFP

Taib issues 'unity, peace' manifesto [ARTICLE]

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Taib issues 'unity, peace' manifesto KUCHING, Thurs. The National Front m Sarawak yesterday issued a 30--point election manifesto, promising to ensure peace and unity among the people and to redouble efforts m carrying out development programmes. Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud, who is also the state National

More graduates in Sarawak election [ARTICLE]

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More graduates in Sarawak election KUCHING, Thurs. Thirty-four graduates are contesting the state elections later this month compared with 21 m the 1979 polls. The Parti Pesaka Bumiputra Bersatu (PBB) and the Sarawak United People's Party (SUPP), whose candidates are standing under the National Front banner, account for 14. They

Sleep lost over the issue, says Sultan [ARTICLE]

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Sleep lost over the issue, says Sultan KLANG, Thurs. From the time the constitutional amendments issue surfaced, some Rulers "had sleepless nights thinking of the effects on their states and subjects," the Sultan of Selangor said today. According to him, the Rulers were worried that the nation might plunge into

Rivers still at danger levels [ARTICLE]

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Rivers still at danger levels Thousands forced into relief centres KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. Monsoon rain continued to lash Trengganu today, keeping the major rivers there at or above the danger level and forcing nearly 13,000 people to stay m relief centres. About 500 people were shifted to relief centres from

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Cleaning up the act [ARTICLE]

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Cleaning up the act SHAKESPEARE managed well enough without it, and so did George Bernard Shaw, apart from one forgiveable six-letter word m Pygmalion. And Eliza Doolittle's response seems particularly apposite m any debate on whether obscenity has a place m modern entertainment: Not b likely. While the odd mild

Free for all [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Free for all YUKO NAKAMIKADO RIVALRY m the Japane general election this Sunday is expected to be keen, but not so much between the political parties as among factions m the ruling Liberal Democratic Party. While no one expects the LDP to lose its 28-year hold on power, the election

Death comes quick and sudden in N. Ireland [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Death comes quick and sudden in N. Ireland COLIN MCINTYRE THE shooting of a 29-year-old academic and Protestant politician last week brought to 2,340 the number of people who have died m the 14 years of sectarian and political strife between the Protestant proBritish majority and Catholic nationalist minority m

Bird-watchers, beware! [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Bird-watchers, beware! The Art Buchwald column JUST when you thought it was safe to go birdwatching, the Department of Interior has come up with a new idea to spoil your fun. Once again I must warn the reader I am not making this up. Assistant Interior Secretary U. Ray Arnett,

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Which is correct? [LETTER + ILLUSTRATION]

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Which is correct? THIS letter comes witn the best wishes that its contents will be of some contribution to students of F.nglish. As a uni versit. v-educat-ed English lady. I feel obliged to point out the following common (and not so common) errors. The current usage of "because why is

Tell US reason for this price hike [LETTER]

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Tell US reason for this price hike ■THE NTUC Fair Price [Toa Payoh (A) Supermarket was selling a 1368 gm jar of a chocolate jam at $5.40 before this month. The price has now been increased to $6.15. Why is there a sudden increase m the price? Before July this

The increase in TV and radio licence tees

SBC-Text the cause of it all [LETTER]

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SBC-Text the cause of it all I THINK the Singapore Broadcasting Corporation has increased its licence fees because of SBC-Text. Why did it introduce SBC-Text when it knew few would benefit Secondly, won't Channel 12 be a waste of money? Its introduction will cause the electricity bill to rise, and

Higher fees mean SBC must bring better shows [LETTER]

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Higher fees mean SBC must bring better shows THE cost of living here is indeed very high. The Public Utilities Board recently raised its rates; now comes the increase m television (except for black-and-white ones) and radio licence fees. What next? Those who hardly earn $1,000 a month these days,

Only two [LETTER]

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Only two THE Singapore Broadcasting Corporation has said that the reason for the increase is the rising cost of producing higher quality programmes. This could be true for Chinese and English programmes, but definitely not so for Tamil and Malay programmes. Nothing or very little has been done to upgrade

What next? [LETTER]

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What next? CAR taxes were increased earlier this year, then the price of petrol. Soon after, came the upward revision of water tariffs. Next came another hike m hawker rents. Now the increase m licence fees for radio and television sets (except black-and-white ones). What next? STRIPPED BARE Singapore 6316

Impressive sights meet the eye [LETTER + ILLUSTRATION]

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Impressive sights meet the eye RECENTLY, I visited the Treasures of the Qing Palace Exhibition now on at the World Trade Centre. What prompted me to write this letter was the impressive sights that met my eyes, which I feel should not be missed by any other. Besides the masterpieces

Board satisfied with estate's cleanliness [LETTER]

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Board satisfied with estate's cleanliness REPLIES PLEASE refer to the letter "Woes range from long grass to red caterpillars" by "A Resident". (ST, Nov 3). He complained of a decline m the maintenance standards m Braddell View Estate *_th regard to grass cutting, cleanliness of walls, stairs, corridors and rubbish

Extra phone book pages will cost $718,900 [LETTER]

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Extra phone book pages will cost $718,900 WE refer to the letter "Both should have codes" by "Clever". (ST, Nov 17). The writer's suggestion to include information on postal codes m the "Q-Z" volume of the telephone book has been considered. We would like to explain that the telephone book

On the road

Vehicles can only use two lanes [LETTER]

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Vehicles can only use two lanes NO yellow lines are drawn along the stretch of Balestier Road m front of the Singapore Indian Association and Ceylon Sports Club. Car owners park their cars there for free at all hours of the day. This ieaves that part of the road with

No speeding signs are not enough [LETTER]

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No speeding signs are not enough COULD the authorities who constructed Airline Road at the Changi Airport Cargo Complex erect road humps before and after the SIA Headquarters? Some motorists now use this road as a speed circuit, posing a danger to the thousands of workers who cross it daily

This road is like a chameleon [LETTER]

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This road is like a chameleon FOR the past two months or 90 Jaian Limau Manis m Bedok has been transformed to a desert road on dry days and mud track on wet days. And a speed track irrespective of the weather conditions. The cause? Lorries carrying mud and earth

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Jiving to music is not allowed in Burma [ARTICLE]

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Jiving to music is not allowed in Burma FRANCIS DERON By RANGOON "Attention, first warning: It is forbidden to shake the body," a plainclothes policeman announced, directing his megaphone towards a group of young people doing some rock 'n' roll steps. "We shake our bodies because we feel like it,"

A splendid woman, a good wife and an ideal mother [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A splendid woman, a good wife and an ideal mother DONALD FORBES By WARSAW Danuta, the reluctant heroine of Poland's Solidarity saga, stepped into the limelight m Oslo on Saturday when she received this year's Nobel Peace Prize on behalf of her husband Lech Walesa. An unassuming, dark-haired woman, devoted

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Untitled [ARTICLE]

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NEWCOMER Chuan Hup Marine stole the show at the Singapore stock market yesterday with an impressive performance. By the closing bell. 2.42 million of the company's shares had changed hands, closing at $2.73 against the offer price of $2. It was the most heavily traded stock of the day. Meanwhile,

Singapore barometer [ARTICLE]

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Singapore barometer Up Down Unch Industrials 33 58 28 Finance 3 13 7 Hotels 4 4 4 Properties 2 8 4 Plantations 3 7 1 Mining 2 4 0 Deb.'Loans 3 4 3

K. Lumpur barometer [ARTICLE]

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K. Lumpur barometer Up Down Unch Industrials 50 44 22 Finance 3 6 4 Hotels 1 0 1 Properties 4 3 3 Oil Palms 3 0 4 Tins 5 6 1 Rubbers 5 5 8 Deb/Loans 2 1 1

Mixed trading on KLSE [ARTICLE]

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Mixed trading on KLSE SHARE prices on the Kuala Lumpur stock market closed mixed to slightly higher yesterday m reduced volume. Trading was generally centred on selected lower-liners. The market started on a barely steady note and drifted lower m early trading. Thereafter, prices moved listlessly until some late buying

INDICES — Highs & Lows [ARTICLE]

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INDICES Highs Lows Straits Times Business Times Industrial Composite 1983 High 992.62 (25/8/83) 961.35 (5/7/83) 1983 Low XXXXX (5/1/83) 864 88(4/1/83) All-time High 992.62 (25/8/83) 961.35 (5/7/83) All time Low 74.75 (17/9/64) 550.78 (12/8/82)

ST industrials index components [ARTICLE]

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ST industrials index components Boustead BM CtC —5 DuntopM -2 Este -30 Guinness —4 Haw Par —3 •TC 15 Muttj-Pwpost —1 PMC +10 PMiru Prom«t -10 fm0K SimeDartr -2 Robinswi's +13 U M Worts 1 S Tradhf —5 Weames 2 CoM Storage +10 CCM +10 Gentinp -4 PtrfsPbnt +10 Pr

'Restructure your equity' [ARTICLE]

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'Restructure your equity' KUALA LUMPUR Three major cigarette companies in the country have been told to restructure their equity to meet the aims of the New Economic Policy, Deputy Trade and Industry Minister Haji Muhyiddeen Mohamad Yassin told the Senate yesterday. The companies are R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company Sdn

Duty-free shops in JB? [ARTICLE]

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Duty-free shops in JB? KUALA LUMPUR The government is studying the possibility of having duty-free shops In Johor Barn. Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Sabbaruddin Chlk said this move was a follow-up to the steps taken to reduce the number of Malaysians doing their shopping m Singapore. He said these steps

Financial ABC [ARTICLE]

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Financial ABC Currency IN A NARROW sense, currency may be limited to cash, m the form of coins and notes, and bank deposits. In a wider context, currency includes bills of exchange and, perhaps, money and postal orders. What constitutes currency or money depends on how a country wishes to

Ascott opens in high style [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ascott opens in high style IT TOOK a golfer to open the Ascott, a building dedicated, it seems, to horseracing. Named after the wellknown racing event m the UK, Singapore's first custom-built executive apartment complex will have function rooms called Silks and Colours, for example. Despite the heavy drizzle at

Auctioneers still hammer away [ARTICLE]

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Auctioneers still hammer away NORA CHENG Earlier payment, fairer price the buyer didn't even see the property before the sale By THE auction goes on. More properties will come under the auctioneer's hammer despite reports of poor sales at recent property auctions. Three of the companies Times Dollar spoke to

For sale: BA and British Leyland [ARTICLE]

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For sale: BA and British Leyland LONDON Stateowned carmaker British Leyland will be sold off to private enterprise next year and national flag carrier British Airways will follow m early 1985, government ministers said on Monday. Mr Norman Lamont, a junior minister, told the House of Commons: "It used to

Movenpick to open a branch [ARTICLE]

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Movenpick to open a branch SOON, there will be a Movenpick restaurant not only m the tourist area along Scotts Road but also m the Central Business District (CBD). Movenpick will move into the basement of the new Chartered Bank building at Raffles Place. The restaurant is expected to open

Business done in Singapore [ARTICLE]

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Business done in Singapore READERS should be aware of the limitations of this information. Not every transaction, nor every price dealt m at the Singapore and Kuala Lumpur stock exchanges, is necessarily covered m "business done". Further, because all dealings at a particular price are lumped together, the table does

How your stocks performed [ARTICLE]

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How your stocks performed M shares quoted have a par vakie of SI, unless otherwise specified. Adjusted for scrip/rifhts. N Tai-eiernpted dividend. ABN is traded ll lots of 10 shares each, with the price quoted in ddUrs. I'M Last Yield Vol Day ■W 1 Low Con^any Sate Chanfe COM) K|h

Business done in Kuala Lumpur [ARTICLE]

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Business done in Kuala Lumpur INDUSTRIALS Ajlnomate (3 82B) Alcorn (3.00 B) (19) 3.02 (8) 3.00 AMB (3.565) (11) 3.54 (5) 3.52 (3) Antah (2.368 2.375) (43) 2.26 (41) 2.25 (78) 2.24 (7) 2.23 (66) 2.30 (3) 2 29 (43) 2.27 (24) 2.28 (41) 2.31 (11) 232 (44) 2.34 (13)

Commodities

RUBBER [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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RUBBER closin S P rices cents/kilo Singapore Jan XXXXX (S), down 0 50 cents Malaysia Jan 265 50 (M). down 0 50 cents

TIN [ARTICLE]

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TIN Closing prices MS/kilo Straits Tin $29.20 unch Turnover: 97 tonnes, up 6 tonnes

GOLD MARKET [ARTICLE]

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GOLD MARKET GOLD USS/oz Thurs Wed Singapore 388 40—388 80 390.00-391.00 Hongkong 388 30-388 80 390 20 390.70 Wed lues New York 388.00 389 00 390.00 391.00 London 388.50— 389 00 389 25— 389 75

GOLD [ARTICLE]

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GOLD THE KILOBAR market opened at 5526,673 and closed at 5526,768. The Far East market opened at UXXXXX.00 387.50. It eased to the day's low of UXXXXX.90 387.40, before moving up to US$3BB.OO 388.50 and later hitting the day's high of US$3BB.BO-38 '9.30. The market closed at UXXXXX.20 8.70. The

PALM OIL [ARTICLE]

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PALM OIL THE CRUDE palm oil market firmed yesterday, m line with sharply higher palm oil futures. The refined market continued firm m active trading, aided by further Pakistan's purchase of RBD palm oil at higher levels. PALM Closing prices Crude MS/tome palm ol Dec 1480 (south) 1470 (central) Jan

SILVER [ARTICLE]

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SILVER lira C,otin I P"" 0 SILVER IJSS/troy oThurs Wed Singapore 9 24-9 29 9 36-9 41 Wed Tues New York 9.28-9 33 9.36-9 41 Source Credit Suisse. Spore

COPPER [ARTICLE]

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COPPER COPPER Wed Spot XXXXX-XXXXX (994 50-995 50) 3 months 1021.00— 1021 50 (XXXXX0-1021.50) Market tone Barely steady Sales 19.350 tonnes

ALUMINIUM [ARTICLE]

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ALUMINIUM ALUMINIUM t/ tonne Wed Spot XXXXX0-XXXXX0 (1079 00-1079 50) 3 months XXXXX0—XXXXX0 (1107 50-XXXXX0) Market tone: Steady Sales 11.600 tonnes

Rubber [ARTICLE]

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Rubber THE RUBBER marketin Singapore yesterday closed slightly lower with Jan One RSS buyers quoted at 240.25 cents per kilo, down 0.50 cents from Wednesday. Trading was quiet and featureless. Over m Kuala Lumpur, the rubber market closed marginally lower m quiet trading with Jan Int One RSS buyers quoted

Straits Tin [ARTICLE]

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Straits Tin THE Straits Tin price m Penang remained at M 529.20 per kilo, five cents above the International Tin Agreement (ITA)'s floor price of M 529.15. Dealers noted support at this level from the buffer stock manager and local interests, with sentiment aided by sterling's recovery against the ringgit.

RUBBER [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER FOB m bales RAS MRELB (S cents/Wo) (M cents/kilo) Noon Close Noon Close Int 1 RSS prompt 236 25— 237 25N 236.25— 237 25N unq unq IntlßSSJan 240.25— 240 75 240.25—240.75 265.25—265.50 265.50- 266 00N Int. 1 RSS Feb 243.50-244.00 243.50-244.00 Int 2 RSS Jan 233 50-235.50N 233.50— 235.50N

Produce market [ARTICLE]

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Produce market Noon cloMif Gambler 100% 2nd class 283 Special 3% prices J/100 k| FOBNSyv 230.00 (sellers) 100% 3rd class 278 old crop 194 DON yoconui S(WCe; f/cte^ IQ% 26g B 10% new aop {gg 00N Oil 15% 261 C 15% XXXXXN Bulk FOB 192.00 (sellers) 20% 258 020% 184.00N

Overseas markets

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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NEW YORK, Wed Stocks closed moderately lower for the second day running as investors continued to worry about whether interest rates would go up. The Dow Jones industrial average which lost nearly six points on Tuesday fell by another 9.5 to 1247. Selling was widespread with a lot of adjusting

INDICES [ARTICLE]

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INDICES I I I I 1,1 J I L-l Hongkong Hang Seng Thursday 869.88 (874.76) Week ago 873.86 .0. Australian All-Ordinaries ~_t£v* Thursday unav (754.5) u-i-— Week ago 737.0 Australian Industrials Thursday unav (977.9) Week ago 950.4 Financial Times Industrials Wednesday 751.1 (750.6) Week ago 753.6 Dow Jones Industrials Tljrf.W

Hongkong [ARTICLE]

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Hongkong fcc 5 Chant Hender.nL.nd 085 HK Elect 545 -0.05 Associated Hotels 0 93 Jft Elect Warr 8.20 -02 Bank Of East Asia Hk Ou 5050 unch Carrlan Invest Hk Hotel* 1890 -0.1 Cheung Kong 700 -01 HK Land 2925 -0025 China Light 1180 -01 Hk Land Loan 58 50

Sydney [ARTICLE]

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Sydney Dec 15 Cents Change (Aint) A C I 187+2 A N I 285-2 A H M 232 unch Aberfoylr 790 8 Afr 285 unrti Alliance OH 080 -3 Allied Mill 236 unch Ampol Exp 380 +5 Ampol Pet 1TO unch Am 5888 A«htnn 140 1 B H P 13B5

Tokyo [ARTICLE]

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Tokyo Dec 15 Yen Chaise AJtnomoto HBO 22 Akal 559 +37 Amada 955 +12 Asahl Chem 383 +2 Asahl Glass 078 unch Bank Tk 291 unch Brldgestone 593 +9 Canon 1550 +50 Casio Computer 1490 +40 Citizen 853 +15 L> Nip Print 917 +8 D Nippon Screen 1380 +90 Dale!

New York [ARTICLE]

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New York Dec 14 IJSS Chanje Alcoa 44 Allied Chem Cp 52* Allls-Chalmers 18* Am Tel b Tel 83'* -H Amax Inc 25 -H Amr Corp 36 Bethlehem Stl 28H Boeing Co 45* Burroughs Cp 48 -1* Caterpillar Co 47* Chase Manhtn 45 -H Chrysler Cp 27H -1 Citicorp 38V*

London [ARTICLE]

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London Dec 14 Pence Change INDUSTRIALS Allied-Lyons 141 -1 Ass. Dairies 148 -2 BTR PLC 427 -2 Babcocks 158 +1 Barclays 487 +5 Beechams 318 +7 BICC 238 unch Blue Circle 425 -1 BOC Group 276 +12 Boots 184 -2 Bowater 239 -1 BATS 156 unch Britannia 93 -1 BP

Finance

YOUR $ ABROAD [ARTICLE]

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YOUR ABROAD I The following table shows approximately how much of a particular currency local banks will sell you for Sslo United States US$4.67 Japan 1.092 yen cnn Saudi Arabia 16.22 riyals Indonesia 4,599 rupiahs South Korea 3,755 won* Malaysia M$10.94 Ta|wap NT$188 19* Philippines 65.45 pesos* Thailand 107.34 baht

Forex [ARTICLE]

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Forex THE US dollar opened at 552.1335 45 m the Singapore foreign exchange market. Trading was quiet and narrow with rates easing to a low of 2.1330 before closing at the opening level. The US unit was traded mixed against major currencies, amid bullish sentiments. Against the Deutschemark, it opened

Unit trusts [ARTICLE]

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Unit trusts Managers' prices for Dec 16 Singapore Unit Trust The Commerce 3.35—3 56 The Savings Fund 2 Ol 2 13 Spore Prog Fund 1 45—1 54 S pore Sec Fund 2.19—2.32 Spore Invest Fund 118—125 Spore Equity Fund 1 43— 1 52xd Asia Unit Trust Mai Invest Fund 2

DEPOSIT % RATES /0 pa" [ARTICLE]

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DEPOSIT RATES /0 pa" Savings account 6 Autosave 5 < Fued deposit 3 1 month 6 < 3 months 6; i 6 months 6 9 months 6 12 months 6 1 1

LOAN o/ „„ RATESi /opa> [ARTICLE]

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LOAN o/ RATESi /opa> Prime rate 2 8 Personal/Renovation (Flat rates) I 4 years 1 Housing (discounted! Up to 10 years 9' 4 II to 25 years 9 Hire purchase Cars 1 year 5 2 years SV. 3 years 6 4 years 6; i

BUSINESS 0. LOANS /o Pa [ARTICLE]

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BUSINESS 0. LOANS /o Pa- Commercial properties 1 15 years 10 Small Industries Finance Scheme (SIFS) Factory loans 9 Machinery loans 9 Working capital loans 9 Construction Equipment Finance Scheme (CEFS) 10-i MAS rediscount rates for export bills 6' Source DBS Bank

Container schedules [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Container schedules Receipts of export FCL containers and LCL cargo Delivery of FCL import containers LCL containers unpacked at the containers freight station on Dec 15 (2300) Ship (Voyage) Arr Osaka Bay (57/510) 17/12(0700) lakatoi Exp (2) 17/12 (0700) As Pallas (555) 17/12(1100) Khd Repm (44AE83) 17/12 (0800) KansaiP (28A)

Ships in port [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ships in port Vessel Berth Arr Dep Keppe! wharves Adam Mickiewicz 5 aside 16/12 HanKil 3/4 aside 16 12 Itaimbe 31/2 aside 16 12 Larch 35/6 aside 16 12 Ned Auckland 44 aside 16/12 Rakah Brooke 21E aside 16/12 Temburong 20E aside 16/12 Alps Highway 3/4 16 12 16/12 Berlin

USSR signs cargo pact [ARTICLE]

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USSR signs cargo pact BANGLADESH and the Soviet Union have signed an agreement to share equally, m terms of tonnage and freight earnings, the total liner cargo moving between the two countries. Official sources said the USSR has been carrying the entire annual cargo. The agreement will take effect from

Talks on rate increases [ARTICLE]

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Talks on rate increases CONFERENCE shipping lines operating from Europe to the Caribbean and Latin America have started talks with shippers on proposed rate increases for next year. The freight rate increase is scheduled to be implemented from April 1 for services to Mexico and from March 1 for the

Business done in Kuala Lumpur [ARTICLE]

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Business done in Kuala Lumpur From Page 24 kamuntinK (7.108 7.305) KJlllnghali (5 308 5.405) (1) 5.30 X Kampar (5.008 5.505) (1) 5.10 (3) 5.00 Kaohal (8.708 9.005) MMC (2.405) (4) 2.41 (31) 2.39 (5) 2.38(47) 2.40 Pahang C«B (1.678 1.685) (2) 1.66 (37) 1.67 (16) 1.69 (5) 1.70 (142)

Accord reached on sale of subsidiary [ARTICLE]

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Accord reached on sale of subsidiary United Industrial Corporation <a» NEWS at last for patient shareholders of United Industrial Corporation, whose shares were suspended on Nov 21. The company has announced that it has reached agreement m principle to sell its Bovasco subsidiary to Chip Lian Investments. In September, Chip

Hoping for $42m [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Hoping for $42m Keck Seng (Malaysia) KECK SENG (Malaysia) Berhad, the plantation and property group, is proposing to pay for its expansion with a one-for-two bonus issue and one-for-six rights issue. The company turned m marginally lower pre-tax profits for the first halfyear ended June, and hopes to raise $42

Prime land in Sabah coming its way [ARTICLE]

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Prime land in Sabah coming its way Malaysian Mosaics KUALA LUMPUR Hot on the heels of its rights and new share issues, Malaysian Mosaics has announced the injection of a piece of property through a holding company by East Malaysian timber tycoon, Datuk Lav Geok Poh. Datuk Lav is also

Haw Par managing director to resign [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Haw Par managing director to resign HAW PAR Brothers will soon lose one of Its top executives. In a statement released yesterday, the company said group managing director H. D. S. Ellis will resign from the organisation on Dec 31. Mr Ellis Joined the company m July, 1977, as the

Sweet profit next year? [ARTICLE]

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Sweet profit next year? GULA PERAK, the sugar growing and refining company, hopes to make a profit next year. This will be the first since it started operations m 1971. Despite incurring an operating loss of M 54.16 million at half-time, the company directors are confident of a surplus m

At $1.35, it's very tempting [ARTICLE]

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At $1.35, it's very tempting DOREEN SOH L and M group By THE L AND M group's prospectus is out. As expected, the public is offered a new issue of 6.5 million 50-cent shares at $1.35 each. Of these shares, 10 per cent or 650,000 shares will be reserved for

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66 Situations Vacant c) Secretarlal/Clerlcai Plywood, Timber Export Company urgently requires SECRETARY Applicants must: c have GCE 'O' level Certificate, c have knowledge of telex, correspondence and export documentation, c have knowledge of Mandarin and be fluent In English c be independent and have Initiative. GENERAL CLERK Applicants must: c

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant Sales t) Sales Wywy Pte Ltd Franking Machine Division has immediate vacancies for SALES REPRESENTATIVE We offer excellent pay, travel allowance, various fringe benefits, specialised training and career development opportunities that will enable you to move up and keep pace with the growth of

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66 Situations Vacant t) Sales A well established corporation invites applicants for the following post for its famous Japanese battery cells: VAN SALESMEN All applicants should possess the following requirements: c GCE O' le\el or Its equivalent c Clean class 3 driving licence c Able to speak and write m

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66 Situations Vacant f) Sales Well established mini-mart requires: MALE FEMALE SALES ASSISTANTS c Experience Is preferable but not essential. Attractive starting salary and other benefits to the right applicants. Preferance will be given to those living near Chai Chee or Bedok area. Others can also apply. Interested call: XXXXX94

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MEN required for challenging immediate appointments m recently organized Design and Drawing Department. Minimum 3 years' experience m structural or architectural draughting Good mathematical aptitude Able to produce quality presentation drawings Very attractive 1 remuneration and career prospects for successful candidates. For interviews call: XXXXX26 (MR. P.K. GOH) SITE SUPERVISOR,

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66 Situations Vacant g) Technical SANYO INDUSTRIES (S) PTE LTD has immediate vacancies for 1) LINE LEADERS/ ASST. LINE LEADERS (MALE) NTC m Press Tool or Electrical Fitting and Installation or completed Sec. 4 (Technical or Science Stream) Minimum 1 year relevant working experience preferred Permanent morning or afternoon shift

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66 Situations Vacant g) Technical 0 HITACHI CONSUMER PRODUCTS (S) PTE LTD Due to new product development our Audio Department has vacancy for: DESIGN ENGINEER c Fresh NUS graduates m Electrical Engineering or Polytechnic Diploma holders m Electronic/Electrical Engineering, with 3 years relevant experience, c Completed N.S. Only applicants who

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66 Situations Vacant g) Technical Luxor. SINGAPORE PTE LTD We n—4 additional SERVICE TECHNICIANS a With 2mn experience In servicing t'TV Class 3 driving licpnce a Trade Certificate In Electronic Servicing, those without qualifications may also apply Competitive salary will be offered to the right candidates. Intaraatad candidates should submit

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66 Situations Vacant h) Production j*mWmmmmm\ *NEtf* Starting salary and attractive benefits just for you m m m^^^----mmmm--mm a gmmm M Starting $358 XXXXXl $398 Starting $435 $552 You will enjoy: Shift Allowance ($2/- for 2nd shift and $5/- for 3rd shift) Salary increase after 3 months Attendance Awards Life

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66 Situations Vacant h) Production jWW^J^mWmJ MESA Female Operators, we want you! Join us if you are 16 years and above You get: Good starting salary 5-day work weak No shift work Attractive fringe benefits Medical and dental benefits Attendance incentive Basic Education Skill Training (BEST Programme) Lots of recreational

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant 1) Miscellaneous 1) Miscellaneous 1) Miscellaneous fWALK RIGHT IN^l on Saturday for an interview for the posts of:HOUSING HAWKERS PARKING MAINTENANCE LIAISON ENFORCEMENT INSPECTOR OFFICER OFFICER Salary Range: Salary Range: Salary Range: $489 -$1425 $489 $1339 $530 $1339 Requirements: Requirements: Requirements:

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wfIWQKOH CHANGI AIRPORT requires 1) AIRLINE WAITING LOUNGE ATTENDANT c Age 23 to 30 years old c Good command of English c Working hours: 0700 to 0830 (only 1 1/2 hours) 2) CASHIER Working hours: 0700 to 1600 or 1600 to 2245 3) WAITRESS Working hours: 1800 to 2200 (part-time)

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous I) Miscellaneous CAFE OE CORAL *W Hongkong's No 1 Fast Food Chain We are expanding our operations m Singapore To meet our expansion needs, we require matured, highly self-motivated and resourceful persons to fill the following positions: 1. Asst. Manager 2. Management

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I TO A AJC §CJ AMJfy Trans- Island Bus Services (Pte) Ltd requires Assistant Storekeeper Completed Secondary education Minimum 1 year working experience m motor spares and stock control Preferably with Class 3 driving licence Store Clerk GCE 'O' level Ability to type Some working experience m the store will

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66 Situations Vacant 1) Miscellaneous w COACHMAN-INN K» GOOD 9UCCU-MT ST iM_ Prestigious Steakhouse and Restaurant serving French Continental cuisine opening soon In PARKWAY PARADE Seeks candidates to fill the following positions m January '84. Assistant Restaurant Manager Captains Hostesses Cashier Walters/Waitresses Bartender Leading Cook Cooks Commis Cooks Pantry Maids

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66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous BORNEO MOTORS (S) PTE LTD invitea applicanta for the poaition of STORE ASSISTANTS Mm qualification Certificate In basic education. Male candidates must have completed or be exempted from NS. Preferably with working experience m warehousing and automobile spare parts. Interested applicants are to call personally

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66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous tCA-^m-ixnl DE COAAIU^ TRAOtNAMf Our tits! food chill!) requires: 1. Cooks monthly Sssoo& above I to 2 veers experience completed N.S 2. Trainee Junior Cooke monthly Ss43O'Ss47o No experience required as training will be provided 3. General Crew/Caahiers full time Trainings provided 4) Dish Washer

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66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous ®M "THE BEST CONNECTION" Oilfield Manufacturing Pte Ltd, Singapore's leading oilfield machine shop requires: STOREKEEPER c Secondary education, c With knowledge of store works preferred, c Completed National Service. Please call personally at: 68 JOO KOON CIRCLE JURONG SINGAPORE 2262 Or call: XXXXX33 SBS: 252

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'mmm imm m 66 Situations Vacant mmmwsm^mmmsmmmssm^s^mssmmmmmmmmm I) Miscellaneous STOREHANDS PUMP LORRY ATTENDANTS Starting salary $450 Overtime pay and meal allowance Uniforms and safety shoes provided. Good increment for the right parson. Alternate Saturday off Other fringe benefits Applicanta are required lo call personally for interview together with 2 photos

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66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous Japaneae Reetaurent requires DISH WASHER c Salary $600 pm c Male or female Interested applicants please call personally at: #04-06/07 Tanglin Shopping Centre for an interview Katong Sauna Et Maaeage requires Part-time/Full-time Masaeuse Age above 21 years old c High attractive salary c Malaysians are

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66 Situations Vacant MAAmWMmmWmMmmWmMmMmWmMMaMnmmmmMMMMMmmmm*mmm I) Miscellaneous OFFICE BOY REQUIRED URGENTLY. Interested please come personally to. cO2-27, Jalan Sultan Centre. Singapore 0719. (after 10am) ORGAN DEMONSTRATORS WANTED Must be able lo nlay organ. Please write m full particulars and Salary expected to 81 Tai Keng Garden, Spore 1953. PEST CONTROL TECHNICIANS

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l CJ UU cJ__3 Would you believe that this car is a I?) ffll /AX 1 Although it's not m the familiar ff 11 T. V^rOl T U beetle mould, it certainly has all the qualities of a top class Volkswagon. Spot this VW Karmann Ghia for sale at claesification76k

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73 Vehicles Accesso- 73 Vehicles Accessories/Maintenance Ties/Maintenance SEASON GREETING 1 SPECIAL OFFER __.fi m I m M ■t^HHI -^-sp tor*** i a svn B v rr i ft**** \nSmm%m*mWßMD Wg^-M BBMAsBBm* RS-2950 GPX RS-923 X Roadstar ftS-2950 GPX Auto-Reverse Cassette Player with SW/AM/FM Stereo Radio, output-power 14 watts. A pair

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76 Vehicles For Sale c) Ford iOMPANY REGISTRATION, 1980 'ord Cortina 2.0 Ghia Automatt. Aircond, radio cassette, rustiroofed, one owner, director's ar, chauffeur driven, done 48.000 :.m., beautiful condition. $12,900. 'el: XXXXX88 980 COMPANY REGISTERED Ford Jranada 2.8 Ghia Automatic. .Ircon, new tyres, stereo set. 'assed AA test. Tax till

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76 Vehicles For Sale c) Ford •83 LASER 1400 F. I owner, metalli, paint, tax 4 K 4 $22,800. Tel: XXXXX74. f) Honda ALMOST 1979 AUTO HOI. cord 3-door 2nd owner, PARF. Tv May '84 i 'te. etc Accident free Original showroom condition $19,500 0.n.0 Ka.sy payment arrangeable Call Peter

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76 Vehicles For Sale h) Mercedes MERCEDES BENZ 6OO Fully Automsttc (ONE OF THE SELECT FEW IN SINGAPORE) nutne status symbol, is looking lor an enthusiastic Item having lj 46.000 miles and is since new t haulleur driven maintained nl t regardless of cost I Kindly state youi name, address.

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76 Vehicles For Sate I) Mitsubishi 1980 MITSUBISHI SIGMA 1800 OS Private owner, showroom condition Aircond, radio cassette. sports rims, power windows, newtax, t v res $17,380 0 n 0 Tel XXXXX10 1981 MITSUBISHI LANCER I MB OL, 2nd ownet pari- eligible t.iv 8 84. aircond radio cassette, done 29,808

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76 Vehicles For Sale 76 Vehicles For Sale j) Toyota J) Toyota I TEST DRIVE... THE EXCITING NEW CORONA 1.6 PARF $26,800 ARF $34,900 OR SPACIOUS, POWERFUL, ECONOMICAL NEW COROLLA 1.3 DX PARF $21,120 ARF $28,000 GL PARF $23.320 ARF $31.000 VEHITO COMPANY (Sales, Service Parts) Showroom:- 261 Upper Thomson

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76 Vehicles For Sale k) Others SIN THAI HIN TRADING PTE LTD Plot E Fringe Carpark Kampong Java Road Singapore 0923 Telephone: XXXXX11 5 (Opens from 9.00 am 5.30pm) TRADE-IN 8 LOAN ARRANGEABLE 1983 Jaguar 4.2 Auto Aircond Toyota Starlet Aircond Q plate' Toyota Supra 2.8 i Aircond 1962 Nissan

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76 Vehicles For Sale 76 Vehicles For Sale 76 Vehicles For Sale k) Others k) Others k) Others AN OFFER FOR THE FESTIVE SEASON We're offering you a free Clarion AM/FM radio cassette player for every purchase of any of the Charade models. TUfIEIO 5-speed 3DR SDR H m^**mSLmmWM ___n_p

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'69 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE 1200 cc Radio cassette, new sports rims and tyres. Price $7,700 0.n.0 Tel: XXXXX16. •78/79 PORSCHE 924. Sun-roof, metallic Red, expensive hi-fi. loan available $30,000. Contact XXXXX51 Kwek. '79 DATSUN 280Z Sports. Good condition. $39,500. Can loan $35,000 or exchange arrangeable. Tel: XXXXX26 Patrick. '81 PONY 1

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76 Vehicles For Sale i) Commercial Vehicles SCHOOL BUS WITH AWC licence for sale. Asking for $11,000 Contact: XXXXX68. SUBARU KB7 DELIVERY van 1980 Road tax. Beautiful condition. $6,000 0.n.0 Tel: XXXXX23. 1969 DATSUN PICKUP, 1300. long body, good condition. Asking $900. Tel: XXXXX93 1973 NISSAN HOMER 9 ft., steel

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76 Vehicles For Sale 76 Vehicles For Sale 76 Vehicles For Sale I) Commercial Vehicles i) Commercial Vehicles i) Commercial Vehicles |iS B I __-__alJ___K2s_i mm m jJNot* I^^M^ m\ mi ISUZU 2 TONNER, KAD 52 CREW GAB The most versatiletough truck m its class m 9^^m Luxurious and spacious

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Agm ACCOMMODATIONS SSE PROPERTIES ;11 .'""mv""' vi v. ...'...".if" ii.*" ii" TJ" '"C" ilgjl TODAY yj£j __313 m Q_4ft Jh, m WA OHH/ Byui >_f^vj.L Accommodations Are Jjyl __________Gw ,1, 1 1 i— f i r¥* Available In This r^m mMMj^jm^i VQ* Section wGfSiT fTPffT tT mAmmm\^mmmm*BM l^mmm%r^mmmmmJm.-'\i 85 Property

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86 Accommodations Vacant a) Houses DOUBLE-STOREY DETACHED BUNGALOW IN DIST. 10, large j separate living dining. 3 bedrooms, study, servant's room, i well equipped kitchen, close to I International Japanese schools JALAN MUTIARA DIST. 10 DOUBLE-STOREY TERRACE HOUSE, 3 bedrooms, big living cum dining, balcony. $2,200 fully j furnished UNIVERSAL

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q q y\ A Q Speed Qlieen US -built washers and dryers: n 3pL**i Everything about these machines is a little bettei a tittle bigg©, a little strong© rhe a 'uff "agitator has a full 210 ei t'Mn any other forai earn The sturdy washer transmission has only six moving

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A BEAUTIFUL LUXURIOUS singlestorey detached bungalow off Holland Road. 4 bedrooms, servant's room, large mature garden, just renovated, fully furnished $6,500, available immediately. Holland Housing: 469-7979. DIST. 10, AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY, brand new 3-storey townhouse. 3 bedrooms, partially furnished, fully aircond. rental inclusive maintenance. $2,800. Must see to appreciate! Call: XXXXX05/XXXXX81.

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BEAUTIFUL 4-BEDROOMED FURNISHED semi-detached at 18 Mayflower Rise. Large garden. Rental $2,000. Available partially furnished also. Ring: XXXXX69. BINJAI /YARWOOD VICINITY bungalow. 3 bedrooms/servant's. Big mature garden. Pleasant quiet surroundings. $3,800. Chelsea XXXXX11. CHWEE CHIAN GARDEN (Pasir Panjang). Attractive doublestorey corner house. Fully furnished, vacant 15.1.84. $2,000. Owner. XXXXX75 CLEMENTI

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MUST SEEI American School vicinity. 2-storey detached, 4 bedrooms, study, servant's. Large patio, large garden. $4,500. Wess XXXXX44. SAVE MOVE to this nicely landscaped lovely semi-detach-ed m Seletar. 3 bedrooms plus hobby room. $1,400 Admiral: XXXXX22. SWISS CLUB VICINITY newly refurbished double-storey bungalow. 4 bedrooms/ study. Patio overlooking In-ground swimming

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86 Accommodations 86 Accommodations 86 Accommodations Vacant Vacant Vacant b) Apartments b) Apartments b) Apartments Ffiß EfiST PLfiZfi imi. si n I I LUXURIOUS fiPfiRTMEMTS 1 M At the junction of Scotts/Orchard Roads. Next to Hyatt Hotel. I "m Creates a new era m cosy modern living. j|| INDOOR OUTDOOR

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APARTMENTS WITH FULL FACILITIES IN DISTS. 5, 9, 10, 11 21. Hong Leong Condo $2,200. Airview Tower $2,200. Himiko Court $2,200. Balmoral Court $2,200. Clementi Park $2,200. Taman Serasi $2,300. Sommerville Park $2,300. Marbella Court $2,400. Astoria Apt. $2,400. Sherwood Tower $2,500. Hin Seng Condo $3,000. Regent Garden $3,200. Ridgewood

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LUXURIOUS APARTMENTS DISTRICT 9 MOUNT ELIZABETH (near ORCHARD ROAD) •LOCK A; UNIT #05-03 (SALS) PENTHOUSE: UNIT #24-02 (SALE/ RENTAL) TEL XXXXX77-8 i in'ON TOP OF THE WORLD In this PRESTIGEOUS PENTHOUSE with private BUILT-IN SWIMMING POOL. Right m ORCHARD ROAD, 4 bedrooms/ study. spacious living/dining. Panoramic view, exclusively furnished. c

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86 Accommodations 86 Accommodations 86 Accommodations Vacant Vacant Vacant b) Apartments DIST 9, BEVERLY HILLS Top class, elegant apartment m Orchard area 4,100 sq.ft. central aircon. 4 bedrooms, servant's amenities, full condominium facilities. $7,000 inclusive. DIST 9, GRANGE HEIGHTS Near Orchard Rd. 3,400 sq.ft. 4 bedrooms, spacious living/ dining, fully

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b) Apartments GOOD RESIDENTIAL AREA. (Hist 1 1 1 Greener; surroundings Tastefully furnished 3-bedroom-ed apartment with large balcony. Full condo facilities and 24--hour tight security Peaceful and itmosphere Rental $3,800 Tel: XXXXX66. HIGH FLOOR APARTMENTS m Peach Garden block A with beautiful sea view 4 bedrooms. bathrooms Large living/ dining

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b) Apartments DIST 21 PANDAN VALcEY. terrace apartment 4 bedrooms. 1 servants, partially or full) furnished can be arranged Rental $3,800/ $4,300 Allison Enterprises XXXXX28 DIST. 5/ 10, EASY SCCeSS to Jurong industrial Estate, close to Foreign International schools. swimming pool, squash, tennis $2,500 to $5,000 Holland Housing 469-8585 DIST.

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86 Accommodations Vacant b) Apartments dist 9. 3 mins walk to Orchard Road t bedrooms plus 2 bathto.cins tuiiv furnished fully aircond, $_.(H»o Deans Property 2M DIST 9. CENTREPOINT VICINITY newlj renovated apartment 3 bedrooms aircon Carpeted, tastefully furnished BJM Rolf XXXXX11 DIST 9, BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED 3 bedroomed tn^h tow

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86 Accommodations Vacant b) Apartments DIST 9 MENG GARDEN off Kill] ney Road, brand new 3 tied roomed apartment, rental from $3,300 Colliers XXXXX11 DIST. 9 VENUS MANSION luxurious spacious apartment Middle floor, partially furnished, pool/ security. $4,000. XXXXX82/ XXXXX61 DIST. 9 EMERALD MANSION, next to Centrepoint. lully furnished, 3

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86 Accommodations Vacant c) Rooms ROOM FOR FEMALE students working girls nearby NUS Polytechnic Mea's laundry arrangeable XXXXX42 (daytime i XXXXX39 (night) 1 OR 2 big tront rooms for rent at Jalan Seaview Furnished, air cond, carpeted r >o<> per month. cooking allowed Pleaae cull 306.808 Atl. TYPES OF rooms

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87 Accommodations Wanted c) Rooms WORKING SINGIES/ COUPLES/ students require furnished/ unfurnished moms HDB flats, any location considered. Flexible budget XXXXX74 XXXXX73. READY CI lENTS REQUIRE furnished/ unfurnished rooms/ flats In any districts Owners please call XXXXX98/ XXXXX94 READY CLIEN IS REQUIRE rooms flats In any districts. Furnished unfurnished. Owners

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89 Properties For Sale 89 Properties For Sale a) Houses a) Houses JM To be held at Mandarin Court A 4th Floor Mandarin Hotel Orchard Road, Singapore ON TUESDAY, 20TH DECEMBER 1983 AT 2.30 P.M. WAREHOUSE LAND 1) LAND AT NOS 87 &91 LORONG 23 GEYLANG With vacant possession and

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89 Properties For Sale a) Houses 733-8282 (Sat./ Sun.) DIST: BUNGALOW 10 Swettenham Rd $4.5 M 10 Cluny Rd $3.5 M 10 Second Aye $2.2 M 19 Tai Yuan Heights SI.7M 14 Jalan Singa SI.4M 15 Telok Kurau $1.25 M 17 Jalan Mariam $850,000 20 Jalan Pemimpin $750,000 19 Jalan

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89 Properties For Sale a) Houses 21 MAPLE AYE. (1027) 6.200 sq.ft. Freehold Postwar bungalow, existing 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, servant's. $780,000 with mosaic flooring changed, bathrooms modernised, walls treated/ painted and garden relurfed. $889,000 with architect's renovations. 3 bedrooms' study, 3 bathrooms, enlarged dining, living, patto Garden returfed, fencing

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89 Properties For Sale a) Houses SELETAR HILIS ESTATE. Dist 28, extensively and beautifully renovated single storey corner terrace, 3 bedrooms terra/zo flooring, approximately 5.000 sq ft. Peaceful environment $470,000 negotiable XXXXX11 (A) DIST. 11 MERRYN ESTATE 5 bedroomed sprawling Bungalow, 9,480 $1.45 m. (B) Fast Coast well renovated 2-storev

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89 Properties For Sale a) Houses DIST. 16. APOLLO GARDEN, Splitlevel. 3 bedrooms with attached batluooms servant's Marble flooring 1575.000 Ad mci XXXXX66 DIST. 19, DOUBLE STOREY SEMIDETACHED a roomed i seripllt level, elevated land $800,000 0.n.0 View Enterprise Pte Ltd DIST. 17. COSY DOUBLE-STOREY Semi-detached 4 1 bedrooms/ attached

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89 Propwlws For Saia a) Houses OIST. 15 DOUBLE-STOREY DETACHED bungalow for sale. Rooftop Housing: XXXXX23 XXXXX28 DIST. 16, LUCKY HEIGHTS, double-storey semi-detached. 4 1 bedrooms attached bathrooms. $680,000, Hap Seng XXXXX58. DIST 10 MING TECK Park 3,400 sq.lt. 2-storey semi-detached. 3 bedrooms/servant's. Freehold. $740,000. Everton XXXXX36. DIST 15 ELITE

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89 Properties For Sate 89 Properties For Sal© 89 Property For Sale b) Private Apartments b) Private Apartments b) Private Apartments^ A peaceful oasis at prestigious Oxley Rise. Belle Vue Condominiums. i i *j|JP Jf**? l' m *^^o /W*6 l l| B(M^B_9£9_____________:'' iMWmi M***- AMmmmMT 'MmWWmmW I**W^ MMl*\ 33 %M****M

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89 Properties For Sale 89 Properties For Sale b) Private Apartments b) Private Apartments J V THE LUXURIOUS V^^ YJ^On^r-^S^ GARDEN APARTMENT M WJ Mountbatten Road /Arthur Road <m% Urn'- tm%WM*-n-ȴ i ''%mW'i i r Single block luxurious Glass elevators, apartment, built on Recreational facilities an approximate area such as

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89 Properties For Sale 89 Properties For Sale b) Private Apartments b) Private Apartments r—w-~*\ Teresa Apartments Penthouses -i^T' 1 'i WZikn SSA Z, l|Sll ■'-'<■ Frtt'hold *Statutory Land Grant No Restrictions to Foreigners kxias up to 85% of Rirchxse Mcc lX*vdopers. Vat Yuen Hong Co Pte Ltd CTKljjO (A

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89 Properties For Sale 89 Properties For Safe it) Private Apartments b) Private Apartments mmM JmrnW Bmm^M sl^H ______B lfcs_ Condominium at Upper Serangoon 2 3 bedroom apartments from XXXXX,000 onwards. Squash court, landscaped garden, playgrounds, games room, 24 hours security. Foreigners eligible. Lot No: Lot 130 MX XXII Poh

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89 Properties For Sale b) Private Apartments DIST 2775. GARDENIA COURT beautifully dec-orated walkup apartment Area approximately t 700 sq ft .< bedrooma servant's, lilit level full airconditioning, IOW maintenance fees Pool/ •enms facilities $390,000 XXXXX11 FERNHILL COURT, low rise maisonette, built-in 2.500 2.700 sqft. respectively Swimming pool. squash, low

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89 Properties For Sale b) Private Apartments* DIST 15. EXCLUSIVE TOWNHOUSE split-level 4 bedrooms with attached bathrooms, swimming pool Foreigners eligible $660,000 Admer XXXXX66 DIST. 12, CONVENIENT LOCATION 4 bedrooms, attached bathrooms. Terrazzo parquet. 1700 sq.ft. Well maintained $375,000 ono. Hap Seng XXXXX58 DIST 10 TANGLIN HILL Condo approx 2900

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89 Properties For Sale b) Private Apartments HILLCREST ARCADIA, HIGH floor, 4 bedrooms, fully furnished, facing pool.selling $640,000 Mrs. Lim: XXXXX57. MARYLAND PARK, BLK C, D, E, $410,000 upwards Meyer Tower, $500,000 Cheng Hong, Blk 82, $430,000 XXXXX42 (agent). MT. FABER LODGE lower maisonette. 2,280 sq.ft. 3 bedrooms, tenanted. $590,000.

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89 Properties For Sale c) HDB/HVDC Apartments HOLLAND DRIVE 5-ROOMED High floor, central location, unobstructed view, $143,000 neg XXXXX11 HOLLAND CLOSE 3-ROOMED flat Marble hall, parquet rooms Interested please call: Mr. Lim, XXXXX41 after 6p.m. HOLLAND AVENUE, THREE roomed Near market, bus stop, shopping centre. High floor, $55,000/-. I.im XXXXX21

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90 Properties Wented 90 Properties Wented 90 Properties Wented SITES W-NTED A leading development organisation is looking tor development sites m the city area or suburb ot Singapore tor development ot shopping centres or highrise and lowrise condominium, flats, bungalows, semi-detached or terrace houses and tactories as well as warehouses

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91 Factory Spaces 91 Factory Spaces I AUCTION J SB To be held on Thursday 22nd flfl December at 2.00 p.m. at the \&m I Mercury Room (18th flr), Apollo Hotel, I HB Havelock Road, Singapore. ■BB| For particulars and inspection contact Singapore's SeS;* leading Auction Department. rf*. B^^E JMrnAm

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FURNITURE FACTORY SPACE to let at Tanjong Rhu, with or without machinery. Area approx. 1.000 sq.ft. Call XXXXX14. PAYA LEBAR MAIN Road. flatted factory, low floor. 2,541 sq.ft. Reasonable rent. XXXXX41/ 2 (No agents). 92 Warehouses/ Storege Speces WAREHOUSE/FACTORY Dist 1336 MacPherson Road area, Ist floor. 2.000 sq.ft. well partitioned,

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92 Warehouses/ 92 Warehouses/ 92 Warehouses/ Storege Speces Storege Speces Storege Speces Hill It zp-j c_*gSss _______:'»_!**_<ir*_^_^^BMi_r»i--r— _T»»tr i_i»—%i»m»~— W^ Mt tj^BM m M*" ■<MMmWW'm*Mw^y«'MmmM** m »mmmmmmmj> m^wMmmmm* *"~~^___B quants \T y tK-^_ J-___ ______r JV,; V J\?W f 9 M -JMS JT^P M __r" __r TEL: XXXXX78/XXXXX00 T2H i

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b) Rental SHENTON HOUSE OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT Available for immediate occupation Level 24 112 sq.m. Complete with carpet and partitions. Level 25 105 sqm., 110 sq.m. and 136 sq.m. SHOP SPACE FOR RENT Level 2 66 sq.m. to 117 sq.m. Interested please call TEL: XXXXX66 For Mr Steven Ho

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l 93 Office Spaces b) Rental STRAITS TRADING BUILDING Battery Road 3rd storey 2,468 sq It 9th storey 1,090 sqft 9th storey 855 sq ft 10th storey 2,632 sq ft 10th storey 1.094 sqft 14th storey 830 sq ft Rental at: $4.25 psf exclusive For immediate occupation CONTACT: XXXXX2 (No

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92 Warehouses/ 92 Warehouses/ 92 Warehouses/ 92 Warehouses/ Storage Spaces Storage Spaces Storage Spaces Storage Spaces TAT LEE BANK WAREHOUSE 1 V^ AT «l______^ *Js^^ I i m** Mr*' mm MB OBr aWli______^lgiif T— jw>J _fcj*" 1 *'^.i ~-"mmmfMm> B MwW^MMMMT"-' F«_ 'OT, 'mmf*^ I BB^?i_PT»S_il___ Mi _*»!_.■> r "wMMtW

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93 Office Spaces 93 Office Spaces b) Rental b) Rental LIAT TOWERS j ORCHARD BUILDING Next to proposed i Inside CBD MRT station Immediate Just outside CBD occupation Area: 420 3200 Area: 630, 1082 sqft. 1300, 1350 sq.ft. Attractive rental terms y-^fiW Owner: M GOLDVEIN GROUP CONTACT JENNI OR PATRICK

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94 Shop Spaces a) Sale THOMSON HILL SHOPHOUSE With 3 bedr is apartment above Separ it.- entrance Title deeds I- reehold $720,000 Enquiries: J IChen t Assoi late Tel XXXXX34 XXXXX86 BASEMENT SHOPHOUSE AT Rubj Plaia 150 scj M l lsl Bukit rimah Plaza 4losq n $790 psf for sale

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94 Shop Spaces 94 Shop Spaces 94 Shop Spaces b) Rental b) Rental b) Rental SHOP SPACE for Rent or Purchase (at busy North Bridge Road) Ideal for business m: Garment wholesale Electrical wholesale Textile wholesale Hairdressing Snack bar v Rental from $4.00 per sq. ft. (inclusive of service charge)

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