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The Straits Times, 18 February 1984

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  • Masthead [Title Section]
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    The Straits Times Estd. 1845 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1984 40 CENTS M.C. (P) No. 6(2/1/84 (15 words)
  • They are choosing their flats in the night [Articles + Illustrations]
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    They are choosing their flats in the night THIS is a typical daily scene at the Housing Board's sales office. The people are waiting to be called up to choose their flats. What makes this group different from the other HDB crowds is that this picture was taken around 7.30 (110 words)
  • HDB and Case act on the sticky problem [Articles]
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    HDB and Case act on the sticky problem STELLA DANKER JEEVARAJAH YASOTHA By and A MOVE to stop the sale of chewing gum is gathering momentum. Some shopowners said yesterday they were prepared to stick together to put a stop to gum chewing. So did at least one association of (323 words)
  • Thousands flee from Druze [Articles]
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    • AP, UPI, REUTER
    Thousands flee from Druze SIDON (Lebanon), Friday THOUSANDS of fleeing refugees today crossed into Israeli-held territory as Druze Muslim guerillas pressed their advance south from Beirut towards the Israeli defence line at the Awali River. The guerilla advance came after Druze leader Walid Jumblatt yesterday rejected Lebanese President Amin Gemayel's (284 words)
  • Latest
    • US to start pulling out [Articles]
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      • AP
      US to start pulling out WASHINGTON, Frl. President Ronald Reagan today ordered US Marines to begin their pullback from Beirut to navy ships off the Lebanese coast this weekend. White House spokesman Larry Speakes said a contingent of 590 American soldiers will remain. AP rhwH (45 words)
  • $1 million with no interest [Articles]
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    $1 million with no interest WONG AI KWEI By Requirement for investors who want PR FOREIGN investors who want to become permanent residents in Singapore must now deposit at least $1 million in cash with the government free of interest. And if they fail to invest the money in suitable (380 words)
  • Man's 10-hour siege at Sydney hotel [Articles]
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    • UPI, REUTER
    Man's 10-hour siege at Sydney hotel SYDNEY, Fri. A man protesting against the "Asian takeover of Australia," wired himself to gelignite Mid barricaded himself in the jewellery shop of a hotel today, holding police at bay f or If hours before surrendering. A police sposkesman said John Alexander Hay, 74, (250 words)
  • US$ slips further [Articles]
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    US$ slips further THE United States dollar slipped further on the Tokyo Foreign Exchange, finishing at 232.85 yen compared to Thursday's closing of 233.20 yen. This is its lowest closing rate since Dec 30, 1983. After a weak opening at 232.95 yen, down from New York's Thursday close of 233.00/10, (151 words)
  • 14-point drop [Articles]
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    14-point drop THE local stock market yesterday pat on its worst performance since Dec 2, as share prices fell across the board. The Straits Times Industrial Index dropped 14.26 points to 1,037.13 and the Business Times Composite Index was 10.08 points off at 956.17. Investors continued to be concerned about (86 words)
  • Jittery Lebanese seek peace in tranquillisers [Articles]
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    • UPI
    Jittery Lebanese seek peace in tranquillisers BEIRUT, Fri. Lebanese citizens are buying tranquillisers like "hotcakes" to calm thennerves which have been shattered by the endless fighting that is devastating their homeland. Both valium and tranxene, potent and effective calming agents, can be bought legally and inexpensive- ly over the counter (91 words)
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      Israelis move across defence line as Jumblatt rejects the peace plan US feeling helpless over Lebanon: Page 4 Inside 66 pages today SUMMARY 2 WORLD NEWS 3,4,6,7 CAUSEWAY 15 EDITORIAL 18 LETTERS It BACKGROUND 2t TIMES DOLLAR 21-24 CLASSIFIEDS 25-37 RACING 41,41 SPORTS 38,39,42,43 hanged Saa Timpsrtnllnr- Patrp 21 (49 words)
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      1.... -I i\- i„ < _^Kl__J^^^^^^^^^^^J Mr Lee replies 1- 1 to critics of the national school stream CondOS '"crease your add vocabulary Starting a new series grander No p|ace for S? bleedin 9 hearts modem homes S'pore, the Safe Qty Part Two A poem by Paik Choo Meet Eddie (109 words)
  • IN SUMMARY
    • Home [Articles]
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      Home Empty feeling SHOP RENTS have fallen on the average by 20 to 30 per cent in the past few months and in many cases by as much as 50 per cent largely because of an oversupply of retail space, coupled with sluggish business. Many shops, even in the prime (593 words)
    • Comment [Articles]
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      Comment THE STRAITS TIMES SAYS: UNPUNCTUALITY may be a trait among many in Singapore bat there are certain instances when we cannot afford to be late. Attendance in court is one. The lawyer who arrived late in court this week and got into trouble should serve as a warning to (289 words)
    • Background [Articles]
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      Background PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT? MORE and more high-technology companies in Silicon Valley are experimenting with creative management techniques which many executives believe are just as important as technical skills in achieving success. Many of the innovations closely resemble Japanese techniques of worker involvement. The key question is whether such management (68 words)
    • Timesdollar [Articles]
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      Timesdollar HONGKONG BANK'S AUTOPAY TAKES CARE OF YOUR BILLS HONGKONG BANK has taken anothe- step towards the cashless society with its new free "Autopay" service for current account customers. All you have to do is to take a typewritten list of all your regular payments like hire-purchase instalments, rentals, credit (183 words)
    • Timesport [Articles]
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      Timesport Great expectations ITS a possibility that the English First Division will be left with only one representative after the Football Association Cup fifth round tod>iy. While the odds on such an outcome remain considerably lone, short-priced favourites have been tispa tehee with such disrespectful frequency this season that the (293 words)
    • Around the world [Articles]
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      Around the world Qualified cheer JAPAN'S economy is expected to surge ahead and exceed the government's economic targets during the next fiscal year, a spokesman for the Economic Planning Agency said yesterday. But, on a more pessimistic note, eminent economists warned the government that Japan and the newly industrialising countries (561 words)
    • Across the Causeway [Articles]
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      Across the Causeway Slowdown's no excuse THE Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister has called on MPs and government officers to take on the role of motivators in achieving efficiency and higher productivity in the face of the tight economic situation. Datuk Musa Hitam stressed the need to keep a tight rein (201 words)
    • Section Two [Articles]
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      Section Two Zoom with a view PULITZER PRIZE winner for News Photography, Mr Eddie Adams, 50, has travelled the world covering everything from Presidents to girlie magazine models. Regarded today as the grandmaster of photo-journalists, American-born Mr Adams has been through 12 wars and visited nearly every refugee camp in (472 words)
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  • around the WORLD
    • Japan's economy likely to sparkle [Articles]
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      Japan's economy likely to sparkle Peter Hazelhurst By Tokyo Correspondent But it could face 'new wave of protectionism' TOKYO. Fr i Japan's economy is expected to surge ahead ajid exceed the government s economic targets during the next fiscal year, a spokesman for the Economic Planning Agency said today. But (499 words)
    • MPs urge Vietnam not to mount offensive [Articles]
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      MPs urge Vietnam not to mount offensive TAN LIAN CHOO By A RECENT meeting of Asean and European parliamentarians called on Vietnam to refrain from mounting a dry-season offensive this year on Cambodian refugee camps. Tne meeting, which took place on Feb 9 and 10 at Phuket, Thailand, issued a (200 words)
    • Phnom Penh exodus [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AP
      Phnom Penh exodus picture. ABOUT tt per cent of the 2,7* arrivals at Nong Samet refugee camp along theThalCambodlan border are from Phnom Penh. Chief civilian administrator, Mr Touton (right), says that a quarter of them are ethnic Chinese from trading families, fleeing an economic crackdown in the capital.-- AP (50 words)
    • Vietnam urged to respond positively [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Vietnam urged to respond positively JAKARTA, Fri. Indonesia's armed forces chief Gen Benny Murdani apparently asked Vietnam to respond more positively to a joint South-east Asian appeal to withdraw from Cambodia, Foreign Minister Dr Mochtar Kusumaatmadja said today. Gen Murdani flew home last night from a surprise four-day visit to (369 words)
    • Dying panda rescued [Articles]
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      Dying panda rescued HONGKONG, Fri. A group of peasants in south-western China's Sichuan province this week rescued a starving giant panda in the fourth such case in six months, the Xinhua news agency said yesterday. The animal was found lying in a frozen stream in Baoxing county. An estimated 1,000 (67 words)
    • Japanese men's wig firms thrive on shame [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Japanese men's wig firms thrive on shame TOKYO, Fri. Appearance-conscious Japanese men have pushed the country's men's wig industry into a double-digit growth, outstripping that for women's. The men's wig industry became a 60 billion yen (XXXXX.6 million) business last year while sales of women's wigs here shrunk over the (167 words)
    • Owyang expected to leave hospital in a week [Articles]
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      Owyang expected to leave hospital in a week NANCY CHNG By Bangkok Correspondent BANGKOK, Fri. Singapore's Ambassador to Thailand, Chi Owyang, recuperating from pneumonia, is expected to be able to leave hospital in about a week. His doctor, Dr Yong Uahwatanasakul, said Mr Owyang has responded well to treatment but (231 words)
    • Around the region
      • Crackdown on Thai prostitutes [Articles]
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        • UPI
        Crackdown on Thai prostitutes BANGKOK, Fri. Police are urging a crackdown on the approximately 16,000 Thai women working as prostitutes in Europe, the Middle East, Japan and Hongkong, a report said today. The Bangkok Post quoted police as saying the main targets of the proposed crackdown are about 100 employment (112 words)
      • Guerillas kill two Viet soldiers [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        Guerillas kill two Viet soldiers BANGKOK, Fri. Khmer Rouse guerillas killed two Vietnamese soldiers in an attack in central Phnom Penh on Feb 2, a guerilla source said today. He said in a telephone interview that the capital was the fifth Cambodian town where gueril- las had struck in the (70 words)
      • Tokyo TV newsmen won't testify [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        Tokyo TV newsmen won't testify TOKYO, Fri. Three Japanese television newsmen will refuse to testify to a commission probing the murder of Philippine opposition leader Benigno Aquino because this would interfere with press freedom, their editor said today. Mr Tamotsu Kuki, foreign news editor of the Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS), (156 words)
      • Burma to expand militia [Articles]
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        • AFP
        Burma to expand militia RANGOON, Fri. The Burmese governement has announced here that is to expand the militia and to issue, it more weapons with which to battle insurgents and help the militia units hold areas after driving out guerillas. The announcement made on Sunday by Aye Ko, Secretary General (151 words)
    • Moment of grief wins award for cameraman [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • UPI
      Moment of grief wins award for cameraman TURKISH free-lance photographer Mustafa Bozdemir won the World Press Photo 1983 prize in Amsterdam on Thursday for this picture of a woman who had just lost five children tai an earthquake. Mr Bozdemir's photograph, taken on Oct 30 in the eastern Turkish village (115 words)
    • S. Africa, Angola set up pullout team [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      S. Africa, Angola set up pullout team JOHANNESBURG, Frl. South Africa anc Angola have formed a joint commission to monitor a withdrawal of Pretoria's troop, from —therm Angola. Sooth Africa'*, For eign Minister Pit Botha said It was as historic event for the region. The formation of the commission was (106 words)
    • US feeling helpless on Lebanon [Articles]
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      • NYT
      US feeling helpless on Lebanon Government distances itself from crisis WASHINGTON, Fri. The Reagan administration, having set in motion the withdrawal of the Marines from Beirut, also seems to have started to distance itself psychologically from the turmoil in Lebanon. Officials say that there is little the US can do (383 words)
    • Nazi killer 'can stay' [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Nazi killer can stay' SANTIAGO, Fri. Chile has rejected the latest Israeli request that former Nazi Walter Rauff be expelled, the political director of the Chilean Foreign Ministry said here yesterday. The official, Oscar Fuentes. said the dossier on the accused mass killer of Jews during World War II was (63 words)
    • PLO official in Damascus to seek reconciliation [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      PLO official in Damascus to seek reconciliation KUWAIT, Fri. A top Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) official has gone to Damascus to seek a reconciliation between Syria and the PLO's biggest guerilla group, Fatah, the Kuwait newspaper Al-Qabas said today Quoting PLO so urces, It said Mr Farook KiMrnnl, head of (66 words)
    • World briefs
      • Third major tremor [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        Third major tremor AN EARTHQUAKE registering 6.5 on the Richter scale rocked the Hindu Kush mountains in northern Pakistan and Afghanistan on Thursday night but no damage has been reported so far, officials said in Islamabad yesterday. The earthquake, the third major tremor in the region since New Year's Eve, (58 words)
      • Drought haunts Africa [Articles]
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        • UPI
        Drought haunts Africa UNITED NATIONS Secretary-General Javier Perez de Cuellar says a severe drought in Africa threatens more than 150 million people with hunger and malnutrition. The UN chief said on Thursday that his visit last month to the eight West African countries worst hit by the drought "re-con-firmed for (74 words)
      • Exams for managers [Articles]
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        • AFP
        Exams for managers MORE THAN 20,000 factory managers throughout China will have to take state examinations on national economic policies and principles of management in the next 12 months, Xinhua news agency reported yesterday. Zhang Yannfng, Chinese Vice-Minister in charge of the State Economic Commission, disclosed this to an economic (55 words)
      • David's not improving [Articles]
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        • UPI
        David's not improving DAVID, A 12-year-old who left his germ-free bubble home for the first time 10 days ago, was in serious but stable condition yesterday, with gastrointestinal bleeding that was complicating a potentially fatal reaction to a bone marrow transplant. Doctors at Baylor College of Medicine have not deter"" (58 words)
      • Long wait for Tanaka [Articles]
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        • AP
        Long wait for Tanaka THE TOKYO High Court will start hearings in the spring of 1985 at the earliest on former Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka's appeal against his conviction and four-year prison sentence on charges of accepting bribes in the Lockheed payoffs scandal, Kyodo news serv ice reported. The high (95 words)
      • More Punjab clashes [Articles]
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        • UPI
        More Punjab clashes GUNMEN ON the rooftops of the Golden Temple in Amritsar exchanged fire with police for nearly seven hours yesterday, killing at least two people and injuring many others in the fourth day of bloody clashes in Punjab, the Press Trust of India said. Prime Minister Indira Gandhi (78 words)
    • Soviet activist leaves prison for exile [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Soviet activist leaves prison for exile MOSCOW, Fri. Yuri Orlov. a human rights activist, was released from prison after completing a seven-year term, a Western diplomat reported yesterday. Mr Orlov, 59. will now spend five years of internal exile in an undisclosed area. The diplomat said dissident sources had informed (142 words)
    • Embryos mixed to get 'chimaera' [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER, UPI
      Embryos mixed to get 'chimaera' rjrn LONDON, Fri. British scientists have used embryo manipulation to produce M»'n»is that are half sheep and half goat, according to the latest edition of the magazine Nature. Only two of 18 animals born in the experiments at the government's animal research station resembled completely (206 words)
    • Moscow 'may agree to 5-power talks' [Articles]
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      • NYT
      Moscow 'may agree to 5-power talks' Trudeau says Soviets praised his initiative OTTAWA, Fri. Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau says his talks with Mr Konstantin Chernenko, the new Soviet leader, suggested that Moscow might be prepared to accept the Canadian leader's proposal that the five major nuclear powers meet to discuss (405 words)
    • Castro stops in Madrid [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Castro stops in Madrid MADRID, FYi. Cuban tjk er Fidel Castro made his official visit to Western j| rope with a surprise stopm in Madrid for nearly six hJB of talks with Spain's socflH Prime Minister Felipe <H. Castro and Njoaraa^S junta leader Daniel Ort^B arrived in Madrid yeste£&4 aboard (67 words)
    • Man ejected [Articles]
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      • AP
      Man ejected LONDON, Fri. A jfl carrying a concealed cm tried to a barge into a fiH tion at the Royal Societg Arts here yesterday mini before the arrival of Pqß* Charles and was arreX' after a violent struggle police. Scotland Yard red^l ed. AP (45 words)
    • Cyclone to [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Cyclone to MAPUTO, FYi. The dea^ toll from a cyclone that lash ed Mozambique two weeks ago has risen to 175 and could reach 200, governrp* 1 ntficials said yesterdav Reuter (31 words)
    • 'Variety of materiel hurting Nato's air cover [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      'Variety of materiel hurting Nato's air cover WASHINGTON, Fri DEFENCE Secreta -y Caspar Weinberger has told Congress that Western allied air defences were weakened by a failure to share standard equipment. Combat effectiveness suffered because the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation forces lacked the standard and interchangeable equipment to be able (196 words)
    • Spy chief 'put more weight on report' [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Spy chief 'put more weight on report' BONN, Fri. The military counter-intelligence (MAD) report which led to the wrongful dismissal of a top West German general was altered to increase its impact on Defence Minister Manfred Woerner, an inquiry was told yesterday. Col Oskar Schroeder told a parliamentary committee probing (194 words)
    • Women rule for two days in February [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Women rule for two days in February ZAMARRAMALA (Spain), Fri. Each February the women of Zamarramala claim obedience and servility from their menfolk and send them scurrying to the kitchen sink. In a tradition dating back to 1227, the mayor and the male inhabitants of this rural hamlet perched on (104 words)
    • MacLaine vying for Best Actress Oscar [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      MacLaine vying for Best Actress Oscar LOS ANGELES. Fri. The American box office hit Terms of Endearment today collected 11 nominations for this year's Hollywood Oscar awards with the film's female stars Shiriey MacLaine and Debra Winger vying for the Best Actress Award. MacLaine has been nominated four times before (252 words)
    • Alcohol-in-crib tale shocks Mrs Reagan [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Alcohol-in-crib tale shocks Mrs Reagan ST. LOUIS (Missouri), Fri. The First Lady of the United States, Mrs Nancy Reagan, visited a hospital for drug abuse victims and was shocked by an 11-year-old girl who said she began drinking alcohol at an age of two months. Said Mrs Reagan: "I've never (116 words)
    • Gassy aid [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Gassy aid OSAKA (Japan), Fri. Injection of carbon dioxide gas into the liver artery helps doctors to detect small cancerous developments that ordinary ultrasonic wanning devices miss, Kyodo news service reported yesterday. Kyodo quoted Dr Yasuo Matsuda of Otemae hospital in Osaka as saying that the technique could be used (53 words)
    • Ammo haul [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Ammo haul CANBERRA, Fit Australians handed over to the army more than 110,000 dangerous explosive items, Including detonators, hand grenades and high-explosive Dombs, last year. The army said in a statement that most of the explosives were either brought back from conflicts before Vietnam or stolen from military ranges. Reuter (50 words)
    • Before you can say X-ray... [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • UPI
      Before you can say X-ray... DOCTORS looking at a computer screen that shows them a patient's X-ray film less than two seconds after It is developed. Doctors at University of Californuv-San Francisco's Moflett Hospital, the first in the US to total the <ur ken, magnify and mark the Dictore with (53 words)
    • 'US is high-tech imperialist charge [Articles]
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      'US is high-tech imperialist charge British computer company says regulations are designed to keep US ahead LONDON, Fri. The United States appears to be trying to control worldwide trade in high technology, according to an internal report by ICL, the leading British computer company. The report accuses US authorities of (215 words)
    • Envoy denies allegations [Articles]
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      • FT
      Envoy denies allegations Commenting on the ICL claims yesterday, a US Embassy official denied that US export controls were arbitrary although licensing procedures might be lengthy. He confirmed that the US was tightening up on international seminars and conferences, and that an export licence would be needed by someone proposing (101 words)
    • Land fault led to cave-in at underground bomb test site [Articles]
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      • NYT
      Land fault led to cave-in at underground bomb test site LAS VEGAS, Friday UNEXPECTED geological conditions in the Nevada Desert caused ground to collapse at the site of a nuclear test on Wednesday, the manager of the Energy Department's nuclear weapons proving ground said yesterday. 1 He strongly denied Soviet (220 words)
    • Drivers may get a lucky break [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Drivers may get a lucky break WASffINGTON, Fri. Motorists charged with drunken driving over the past six months in the Pierce County area may get a lucky break from the law because the machines police use to test alcohol levels apparently were not properly maintained. A spokesman said yesterday that (122 words)
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  • HOME
    • Only 50 out of 200 places taken up [Articles]
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      Only 50 out of 200 places taken up TAN LIAN CHOO By THE French-Singapore Institute of Electrotechnology, now six months old, is having difficulty attracting Singapore youths into its fold. "Perhaps when it starts a new course soon for building activities, it will attract more applicants.' visiting French Minister for (100 words)
    • French minister hopes more will join institute [Articles + Illustrations]
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      French minister hopes more will join institute in the general context of improved FrenchSingaporean economic and technological relations. But, she said, her government realised the need to further promote here French investments or sales in the fields of telecommunication, mechanical engineering, electronics and aeronautics. French investments in Singapore currently total (225 words)
    • 'Develop poultry industry by helping farmers' [Articles]
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      'Develop poultry industry by helping farmers' THE government-owned Primary Industries Enterprise should muster the financial resources of local farmers in developing the poultry industry here. The call was made by the past president of the Singapore Livestock Farmers' Association, Mr Lai Fee Kwong, last night. He said that since the (171 words)
    • Slashed: Prices of shops for rent or sale [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Slashed: Prices of shops for rent or sale IRENE NGOO By MANY shops, even in the prime Orchard Road area, are up for grabs at half-rents. Some landlords, desperate to fill unoccupied space, are even prepared to let out units "at a loss" or rent-free for a couple of months. (721 words)
    • Rents in Orchard Point reduced [Articles]
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      Rents in Orchard Point reduced SHOP tenants in The Orchard Point have been given up to 54 per cent discount* in their monthly rent as a "compensation" for the low occupancy rate in the complex in Orchard Road. As a result, they have been paying between $34.45 and $fi«.s« per (182 words)
    • Court briefs
      • Reservist cleared of causing man's death [Articles]
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        Reservist cleared of causing man's death A RESERVIST was yesterday cleared of causing another reservist's death by a rash act. The district court held that the prosecution had not proved the degree of rashness in the case against Lim Kok Peng, 23, a delivery clerk, who was accused of causing (124 words)
      • Matt charged with break-ins at hotel [Articles]
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        Matt charged with break-ins at hotel A MAN was charged yesterday with six counts of breaking into six rooms in Mandarin Hotel between July 2 last year and Feb 8 this year where he allegedly stole cash and property totalling $2,519. No plea was taken from Ng Bock Huat, 22. (89 words)
      • Bus conductor fined $500 for molest [Articles]
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        Bus conductor fined $500 for molest A BUS conductor who outraged the modesty of a 23-year-old commuter was fined $500 yesterday. Chiu Ah Baa, 27, touched the woman on her thigh with his hand. Chiu admitted committing the offence while the bus was travelling along Hill View Avenue on Feb (51 words)
    • Hokkien group to build $90 m housing complex [Articles]
      • Page 9
      Hokkien group to build $90 m housing complex THE Hokkien Huay Kuan will develop a $90 million housing complex on a 15--hectare site in Jurong, its vice-chairman. Mr Soon Peng Yam, said yesterday The government will soon approve the plans, he said at a joint meeting of the association's executive (264 words)
    • Police seek relatives [Articles]
      • Page 9
      Police seek relatives POLICE are asking relatives to claim the body of Mr Kesavan Nair Bhaskaran. 61, who was found dead beside a railway track alone North Buona Visia Road on Wednesday. Mr Bhaskaran was last known to be staying at 349-J Upper Bukit Timah Road. The house has already (62 words)
    • $687 m more for nine HDB estates [Articles]
      • Page 9
      $687 m more for nine HDB estates THE Housing Board needs $687 million more to develop nine estates and new towns under its fifth five-year programme for the 1963 84 financial year. According to an HDB's supplemental budget, published in last night's Government Gazette, the original provision ap- proved was (84 words)
    • Town land acquired [Articles]
      • Page 9
      Town land acquired THE government has taken a total of 33,742.9 sq metres of land in town for public purposes in two separate acquisitions gazetted last night. One is for 6,430.6 sq m which will be needed for Mass Rapid Transit road widening and general development. The other, totalling 27,312.9 (57 words)
    • Approval for $7.5 m to improve toilets [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Approval for $7.5 m to improve toilets 'If parents complain, refer them to the ministry' WE are prepared Wto meet them and explain to them and to go into everything. So in that you have our full support. I don't think you'll have many parents (who will complain). But in (564 words)
    • Vets tell court that the dogs are by nature kind [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Vets tell court that the dogs are by nature kind gjhe TWO veterinarians yesterday told the court that boxer dogs are by nature kind, trustworthy and docile. One pointed out that their exuberance and boisterousness are often interpreted as aggressiveness by people. The other veterinarian stressed that had a pack (431 words)
    • Patricians get-together [Articles]
      • Page 9
      Patricians get-together THE Patrician Society of St Patrick's School will be holding an annual dinner and dance on Mar 17 at the Duke Restaurant, Duke Hotel, in Meyer Rdad. All old pupils of St Pats are invited to attend this yearly get-together. Tickets are obtainable from Rosalind at XXXXX29. (49 words)
    • New Year dinner [Articles]
      • Page 9
      New Year dinner MORE than 200 community leaders and social workers of Yio Chu Kang constituency will attend a Lunar New Year dinner tonight at Yio Chu Kang Secondary School. Their MP, Mr Lau Ping Sum, who is also the Political Secretary (Health), will be present. Members of the citizens' (69 words)
    • Man held after stabbing of police inspector [Articles]
      • Page 9
      Man held after stabbing of police inspector PAUL WEE By POLICE have arrested a suspect after an offdoty inspector was wounded when he was attacked by a gang following an argument at an Orchard Road car park early yesterday. Inspector Thomas Chee Tuck Ko, 38, of the Radio Division, was (213 words)
    • Petrochem complex to start up today [Articles + Illustrations]
      • Page 10
      • YAP YEW PIANG
      Petrochem complex to start up today RONNIE LIM Last major piece of equipment arrives in time for launching By Picture bv THE Friday morning tide was just right being the highest this month to allow this 500-tonne gargantuan to be offloaded from a barge. Slowly, like a space capsule inching (469 words)
    • Inquiry board was biased against officer, says counsel [Articles]
      • Page 10
      Inquiry board was biased against officer, says counsel udrnern A WHOLE series of misguided reasons, speculations and imaginary beliefs led a board of inquiry into finding a former probationary police inspector guilty of assault, a lawyer told the High Court yesterday. Mr J B Jeyaretnam, representing the inspector who was (324 words)
    • Mendaki's $31,000 windfall [Articles]
      • Page 10
      Mendaki's $31,000 windfall THE acting Minister for Social Affairs, Dr Ahmad Mattar, yesterday received a donation of $31,000 from the Singapore Society of Accountants on behalf of the Mendaki Foundation. Dr Mattar said the donation was different from others because the members themselves donated the money. "In so doing, members (71 words)
    • Two beat up cabbie after near collision [Articles]
      • Page 10
      Two beat up cabbie after near collision TWO men who beat up a taxi driver after a near road collision were each jailed for a day and fined $4,000 yesterday. Ang Soon Khiam, 22, a driver, and Ang Thian Poh, 28, a newspaper distributor, had used iron pipes to assault (110 words)
    • Brunei denies 'citizen offer' reports [Articles]
      • Page 11
      Brunei denies 'citizen offer reports THE Brunei High Commission has denied reports that the Brunei government will offer citizenship to Pakistanis who arrive in the oiirich country before Its National Day celebrations ob Thursday. The Brunei High Commissioner, Hail Mohd Kasslm Hajl Dand, said on Thursday that there is no (202 words)
    • Computer Board team looks for Aussie partners [Articles]
      • Page 11
      Computer Board team looks for Aussie partners A NATIONAL Computer Board team will leave for Australia today on a nine-day exploration of opportunities. They will visit Australian software houses in search of joint-ventures and technical cooperation in software development. Led by the board's chairman, Mr Philip Yeo, the 12-member team (146 words)
    • Police probe bullets find [Articles]
      • Page 11
      Police probe bullets find TWO BULLETS found during a police antibookmaking operation last Sunday have triggered off a police inquiry. The .38 calibre bullets were found in a cupboard drawer after CTJD detectives raided a house in Recreation Lane, off Upper Serangoon Road. Three suspects, one of them said to (143 words)
    • HDB to open on Sundays too [Articles]
      • Page 11
      HDB to open on Sundays too Longer hours from March to speed up sales THE Housing Board's sales office in Maxwell Road will be open on Sunday from next month to enable more applicants to get their flats sooner under its selection scheme. It is now open from 8.30 a.m. (494 words)
    • Police seek help of four [Articles + Illustrations]
      • Page 11
      Police seek help of four They can assist in probe on armed robbery POLICE are seeking the help of these four men in their investigation into an armed robbery in Lorong 15, Geylang Road on Jan 30. Two are Malaysians. Chau Kin Seng, 25, alias Sei Ngan Chai is from (207 words)
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  • C&C plans to keep leading position in motor vehicles [Articles + Illustrations]
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    C&C plans to keep leading position in motor vehicles While Cycle Carriage is engaged in a major diversification programme, it is also firmly committed to strengthening the Group's leading position within the motor vehicle industry, said C&C Group Managing Director, Mr Chua Boon Unn, yesterday. "The reopening of the Leng (272 words)
  • C&C Industries complex for Mercedes-Benz opens with $6 million facelift [Articles + Illustrations]
    • Page 13
    C&C Industries complex for Mercedes-Benz opens with $6 million facelift Cycle Carriage Company (Industries) Pte Ltd (CCI) has completed a comprehensive upgrading of its Mer-cedes-Benz service facilities at Leng Kee Road at a cost of $6 million, said Mr Chua Tiang Hee, CCI Managing Director, yesterday. Upgrading involved total re-building (1220 words)
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  • across the CAUSEWAY
    • Agong confers title on Prem [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • BERNAMA
      Agong confers title on Prem THAI Prime Minister Prem Tlnsulanonda (right) receiving the Seri Maharaja Mangku Negara (SMN) tram the Yang dl-Pertuan Agong at the Is tana Negara In Koala Lampar on Thursday. The award carries flie title 'Ton". Prime Minister Datnk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad Is on the left. (82 words)
    • 'Officials can help raise productivity' [Articles]
      • Page 15
      • NST
      'Officials can help raise productivity' KUALA LIPIS, Friday THE Deputy Prime Minister yesterday called on Members of Parliament and government officers to motivate the people towards higher productivity in the face of the tight economic situation. Efforts should be made towards develop- ment despite the slowdown, said Datuk Musa Hitam, (312 words)
    • Malaysian round-up
      • Brothers get death [Articles]
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        • NST
        Brothers get death TWO brothers were yesterday sentenced to death by the High Court in Penang for trafficking in 509.8 g of heroin in January 1979. Mr Justice Mohamad Dzaiddin bin Haji AdbuUah found the two, housing broker Kam Bah Kniah, 55, and noodle seller Kam Kong Soon, 52, guilty (64 words)
      • China VIP expected [Articles]
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        • NST
        China VIP expected CHINESE Foreign Minister Wu Xueqian will arrive in Malaysia on Feb 25 for a four-day official visit. Mr Wu will hold talks with his counterpart Tan Sri Ghazali Shafie. NST (33 words)
      • Highway open soon [Articles]
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        • BERNAMA
        Highway open soon RESIDENTS of Sarawak and West Kalimantan will be able to visit each other more frequently in the near future when a 40G-km highway linking Kuching with Pontianak, the provincial capital of west Kalimantan, is completed. Bernama (39 words)
    • Police tactic to lure gunman upsets public [Articles + Illustrations]
      • Page 15
      • NST
      Police tactic to lure gunman upsets public KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. Parents, community leaders and women's organisations are outraged that police used a 13-year-old girl as a decoy to lure a gunman in a raid. Police were reported to have apprehended the man when he opened the door of the shophouse (375 words)
    • Woman reads about robbery — and is robbed [Articles]
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      • NST
      Woman reads about robbery and is robbed IPOH, Fri. The manageress of a Jewellery shop was reading a news report about a $3#§,H« JeweUery grab by two gnnmen In Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday when two men entered her office yesterday. The two well-dressed armed men coolly staged a $4M,Mt robbery (229 words)
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  • S'pore tax policies won't be changed [Articles + Illustrations]
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    S'pore tax policies won't be changed SINGAPORE will not change its tax policies, said Mr Lee Yock Suan, Minister of State for Finance. If taxes are too high, the more we earn, the less money we get to keep. People will then not work as hard as if taxes are (170 words)
  • New POSB service started [Articles]
    • Page 16
    New POSB service started THE Post Office Savings Bank introduced the cheque book account to Singaporeans this week. Instead of carrying cash to pay for big purchases, you can write a cheque. All you need to open a current account is to be at least 18 years old and have (167 words)
  • Shopping with banks' help [Articles]
    • Page 16
    Shopping with banks' help YOU could be shopping without cash, cheques or credit cards in six months' time. Five local banks want to introduce Electronic Funds Transfer at Point of Sale or EFTPOS. You shop with a plas- tic card. When it is keyed in by a salesperson, it will (77 words)
  • First Asian lab to test walking [Articles]
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    First Asian lab to test walking THE Medical Faculty of the National University of Singapore is interested in the way you walk. They are now doing tests on how normal people walk in a "gait laboratory". This is the first and most sophisticated laboratory of its kind in Asia. Patients (76 words)
  • Awards to top people in sports [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Awards to top people in sports SWIMMER Ang Peng Siong and bowler Delia Milne were named Sportsman and Sportswoman of 1983. Bowler Henry Tan won the Coach of the Year award. He was named Sportsman of the Year in 1970 and 1975. Ang Peng Siong, 21, is the world's fastest (140 words)
  • In short [Articles]
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    In short THE Singapore Symphony Orchestra will give free performances at various community centres for one year. The first such concert will be held next month at the Marine Parade community centre. ON Feb 15, 1963, more than 2,000 people turned up at Victoria Memorial Hall to watch programmes being (156 words)
  • Ministry to see if selling sperm is illegal [Articles]
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    Ministry to see if selling sperm is illegal ANYONE can now buy or sell any part from a dead or living body, such as kidneys and livers for transplants, and sperm for artificial insemination. But nobody can buy or sell blood. If convicted, a person is liable to a maximum (125 words)
  • Italian mothers help police fight drug abuse [Articles]
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    Italian mothers help police fight drug abuse ITALIAN mothers in Rome are fighting a war against drags. In 1981, the mothers of PrimavaUe took over a school gymnasium. They stayed there for 66 days until their 24 children, who were drag addicts, stopped taking drags. Now there are more than (184 words)
  • Contest to attract more tourists [Articles]
    • Page 16
    Contest to attract more tourists CAN you get more tourists to come to Singapre? ft you want to help, you can take part in the Tourism Ideas contest organised by the Singapore Tourist Promotion Board and Singapore Airlines. Prizes include double return tickets to Los Angeles, London and Tokyo, and (151 words)
  • Chernenko is elected Soviet chief [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Chernenko is elected Soviet chief MR KONSTANTIN Chernenko succeeded Mr Yuri Andropov as General Secretary of the Soviet Communist* Party. Mr Andropov, 69, died nine days ago in Moscow. He was given a state burial on Tuesday. Mr Chernenko, 72, is the oldest man to become chief of the Sovi-. (111 words)
  • Worldwise [Articles]
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    Worldwise ERIC, a 10-year-old orang utan in a Chicago zoo, gave birth to a baby. The curator of the zoo said this was not the first time a male had turned out to be a female. A VETERAN airline pilot was fired after a sex-change operation to become a woman. (126 words)
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  • The Straits Times says
    • A question of time [Articles]
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      A question of time PUNCTUALITY is one virtue which is in short supply in Singapore. Being late is a common enough practice that we often have to give a margin of allowance for latecomers at meetings, concerts, lectures, cinemas and even dinners. While it is easy to shrug off one's (471 words)
  • T.F.Hwang takes you down memory lane [Articles]
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    T.F.Hwang takes you down memory lane Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them. Shakespeare THIS well-remembered quote commended itself to some old friends when we met last weekend. It came naturally with the topical subjects we were dscussing the recent election by the (534 words)
  • The EEC plays a dithering game [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • FT
    The EEC plays a dithering game TO THE detached observer of international affairs, there has rarely been such a fascinating, such a baffling spectacle as we are now witnessing. It is the spectacle of Europe, collectively trying to make up its mind about its future. Only one thing mars the (1030 words)
  • The trials of Bangkok's one-way traffic system [Articles + Illustrations]
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    The trials of Bangkok's one-way traffic system NANCY CHNG This and that By Bangkok Correspondent BANGKOK There's an old joke among Bangkok residents that if a foreign invasion were attempted on Thailand, it would be doomed to failure because its tanks and trucks would get stuck in Bangkok's infamous jams. (797 words)
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  • FORUM
    • Making bus trips more attractive [Letters + Illustrations]
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      Making bus trips more attractive Ministry o£ Communications replies LAST week we discussed why the way to improve public transportation is not necessarily to have as many taxis as possible on the roads ana to have them charging the lowest possible fares. The answer clearly lies in more efficient users (829 words)
    • Use a strong hand to help [Letters]
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      Use a strong hand to help I REFER to reports of an old woman dying in a fire which broke out months after she had refused to move out of her rickety house. The Ministry of Social Affairs has been reported to have tried to offer her alternative accommodation, and (391 words)
    • Employers' body never had such a rule [Letters]
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      Employers' body never had such a rule I REFER to the report "Unions accuse SNEF of interference". (ST. Feb 1). The report stated that the unions had charged that "SNEF had drawn up rules that are calculated to discourage membercompanies from negotiating individually with trade unions". This is not true. (712 words)
    • Be a good neighbour — join your area's self-help scheme [Letters]
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      Be a good neighbour join your area's self-help scheme I WOULD like to congratulate Queenstown police for responding quickly to a "999" call, and arresting a car thief at 2.45 a.m. on Feb 15 in Ayer Rajah Housing Estate in Dover Road. As housebreakings and car thefts seem common in (155 words)
    • A heavier fine is needed [Letters]
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      A heavier fine is needed I WOULD like to comment on the recent increase in the activities of hell-riders. Although enforcement action is taken by the police to stop this menace, I certainly hope that they are not going to go after the hellriders on their own big motorcycles weekend (84 words)
    • NUS to build 20-room 'hotel' [Letters]
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      NUS to build 20-room 'hotel' ZAINUL ABIDIN RASHEED By $2 m building at Kent Ridge will house visiting academics THE National University of Singapore will build a 20-room "hotel-like" accommodation to house academic visitors from abroad. The facility, as reported in the latest issue of Campus News, will be sited (253 words)
    • Employers' hospital and medical bills go up [Letters]
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      Employers' hospital and medical bills go up EMPLOYERS will now have to pay more for hospital fees and medical treatment incurred by their workers. These increases in medical fees, paid under the Workmen's Compensation Act in addition to compensation, are in line with the recent increase in medical charges announced (235 words)
    • Man accused of having dud cheques [Letters]
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      Man accused of having dud cheques A MAN was charged yesterday with having three counterfeit travellers' cheques totalling US$l,5OO at Orchard Hotel on Dec 31. 1981. No plea was taken from Lee Seng Teow, 43, who is alleged to have had the travellers' cheques purportedly issued by First National City (77 words)
    • Festive gifts [Letters]
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      Festive gifts THE MP for Buona Vista, Professor Ang Kok Peng, will present hong bao and food parcels to 250 senior citizens of Queenstown on Sunday at the PAP Queenstown Branch, Block 96, Margaret Drive, at 10 a.m. (38 words)
    • A shower of rubble [Letters + Illustrations]
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      • ANDREW CHIN
      A shower of rubble Pictures bj BRICKS and rabble thundered down on this pick-up parked outside two Duxton Road shophonses last night. It happened at about 8 p.m. when parts of the three-storey buildings cracked and fell on to the road. The buildings formed part of a row of abandoned (67 words)
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  • BACKGROUND
    • Where employers and workers are one [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • NYT
      Where employers and workers are one ROBERT REINHOLD Creative management techniques in Silicon Valley By in CUPERTINO (California) /The key management challenge is to encourage creativity. You must create an environment in which that happens, and people gc about that in different m ways. s Henry Riggs. vice-presidont for development (834 words)
    • Swiss to decide on shape of the army [Articles]
      • Page 20
      • AP
      Swiss to decide on shape of the army BERN (Switzerland) SWISS military officers, when discussing the armed forces of this neutral country, like to say: "Switzerland has no army, it is an army." The «SMM-man ready reserve force is rated one of the best-trained, most highly motivated armies In the (576 words)
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  • TIMESDOLLAR
    • In the market [Articles + Illustrations]
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      In the market THE Singapore stock market plummetted 14.26 points yesterday. A general wave of selling depressed prices over a broad front. The Straits Times Industrial Index closed at 1037.13 points and The Business Times Composite Index shed 10.08 points to 966.17. Since it last reached a peak as recently (256 words)
    • No hopes of an immediate upturn in prices [Articles + Illustrations]
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      No hopes of an immediate upturn in prices (8 words)
    • INDICES — Highs & Lows [Articles]
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      INDICES Highs Lows Up Down Unch Industrials 11 95 15 Finance 1 11 1 Hotels 1 1 0 Properties 1 8 2 Oil Palms 0 5 4 Tins 2 9 4 Rubbers 3 15 8 Deb/Loans 1 1 1 RSI] Straits fines Business Times Industrial Composite 1983/84 High 1071.91 (8/2/84) (69 words)
    • KLSE ends easier [Articles]
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      KLSE ends easier HEAVY profit-taking on the Kuala Lumpur stock market yesterday caused share prices to finish easier across the board in depressed sentiment. Some stockbrokers attributed the dull conditions to uncertain leads from the New York market. The 30-counter New Straits Times Industrial Share Index fell 16.38 points to (71 words)
    • Chief price changes [Articles]
      • Page 21
      Chief price changes Most Active Faber Merlin 932,000 UOL Warrants 869,000 Gen Corp 844,000 Pan-El 716,000 M Glass 605,000 Total turnover 18.13m Total value: $58. 25m Utd Malacca 710 +55 Sport Land 610 +15 KTPau 990+10 Duff Dev 474 +10 Tat Lee Bar* 460 +10 Tractor* 390 +10 MOass 226 (169 words)
    • ST Industrials Index components [Articles]
      • Page 21
      ST Industrials Index components Im*m--M -10 Grim. -15 MC -8 SanbSNp -1 CIC unch H»hi -3 Pan Qtt +6 Sine Duty -10 mm 2 _*_______> BM A DuntopM -4 MTC unch 7"V T~7^ En* —20 mm%Hmtm —4 pnaNl firm Pub —30 F |H -15 m -3 1 M**"-* -2 S«— (59 words)
    • Fruitful year [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER
      Fruitful year Aussie apple and pear exports facing a THE Australian Apple and Pear Corporation feels it will be a reasonably fruitful year it forecasts a steady future for apple exports for 1984. The figures, at 1.8 million 18-kilo boxes, are the same as those of 1983. These are despite (177 words)
    • Short stops
      • Frankfurt Fair [Articles]
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        Frankfurt Fair A TEAM of 30 representatives from 12 local companies will take part in this year's Frankfurt International Spring Fair from Feb 25t0». Made up mainly of members of the Singapore Manufacturers' Association, the team will display a wide range of products at the fair, such as artificial flowers (53 words)
      • Tips from Sony [Articles]
        • Page 21
        Tips from Sony THE president of the largest Sony colour television plant in Japan, Mr Takao Kanaoka, will discuss ways to improve productivity, problems encountered in the process and how to overcome them. The talk will be held at the National Productivity Board's Cuppage Centre lecture rooms on Wednesday at (55 words)
      • Sorry [Articles]
        • Page 21
        • REUTER
        Sorry HONGKONG Hongkong Telephone shareholders who accepted an offer for their holdings from Cable and Wireless PIC are not entitled to the final dividend for last year or a three-f or-20 bonus issue. Reuter (34 words)
      • Profit up [Articles]
        • Page 21
        • AFP
        Profit up TOKYO Toyota Motor Corp, Japan's top car maker said it made unconsolidated net profit of 100,306 million yen (aboutSs9l3 million) in the first half of the present business year to Dec 31. AFP (35 words)
    • Hong Leong to get KL firm [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Hong Leong to get KL firm HONG Leong Credit Bhd said it is acquiring Malaysia Pacific Land Sdn Bhd (MPL), a property investment company, for Ms9l million through a share exchange. In a statement it said the entire 31.25 million Msl MPL shares will be bought from Malaysia Pacific Insurance (89 words)
    • 'Autopay' your regular bills [Articles]
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      'Autopay' your regular bills Hongkong Bank HONGKONG BANK has taken another step towards the cashless society with its new free "autopay" service for current account customers. All you have to do is to take a type-written list of all your regular payments like hire-pur-chase instalments, rentals, credit card bills and (306 words)
    • Ramada back here from July [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Ramada back here from July NORA CHENG By RAMADA, the world's third largest hotel chain, is back again in Singapore, almost five years after it pulled out of Hotel Royal Ramada. This time, the franchise is with Jack Chia-MPH's Hotel Tai-Pan, which will now be known as Hotel Tai-Pan Ramada. (352 words)
    • Know your company [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Know your company Hong Fok FAB away and long ago, a goldsmith from the Fuklen province left China to find his fortune. Last Monday, that goldsmith died a millionaire property developer, leaving behind a property realm that stretches from commercial and residential projects like Teresa Vllle and Hong Fok Centre (504 words)
    • Nod for sale [Articles]
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      Nod for sale SHAREHOLDERS in United Industrial Corporation have approved the sale of Bovasco N.V. to Chip Lian Investments Pte Ltd. The total price was $39.35 million, which will be paid partly in shares and partly in cash. (38 words)
    • 75 pc stake [Articles]
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      75 pc stake WEARNE Brothers has acquired a 75 per cent interest in Computer Automation Systems and Services (Pte) Ltd, a computer software company. The price was $150,000. (28 words)
    • Interim dividend for shareholders [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Interim dividend for shareholders Hume Industries (Malaysia) HUME Industries (Malaysia) Berhad, which has notched up a 64 per cent increase in pre-tax profit for the six months to December, last, from Msll million to MslB.l million, is offering shareholders a six-cent interim dividend. Profit margins were more generous at Hume, (416 words)
    • Business done in Singapore [Articles]
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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 in at the Singapore and Kuala Lumpur stock exchanges, is necessarily covered in "business done". Further because al dealings at a particular price are grouped together, the table does (3464 words)
    • Business done in Kuala Lumpur [Articles]
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      Business done in Kuala Lumpur INDUSTRIALS Acma (3.00B) Iflianti (3.988) (15) 4.00 Aleom (2.958 2.965) (8) 2.96 (1) 2.98 (4) 2.97 (5) 2.96 Aatak (2.185) (2) 2.22 (7) 2.21 (1C) 2.20 (5) 2.23 (1) 2.19 (1) 2.26 (6) 2.24 (13)2.25(5)2.18 MSB (5.508 5.605) (8) 5.55 (26) 5.50 (19) 5.65(2)5.70(5) 5.60 (2374 words)
    • How your stocks performed [Articles]
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      How your stocks performed M shares quoted have a par value of $1, unless otherwise specified. Adjusted for scrip/rifnts N Tai-eiempted dividend. ABN is traded in lots of 10 shares each, with the price quoted in doiars 1983/84 Last Yield Vol Day High Low Company Sale Change ('000) High Low (2757 words)
    • Commodities
      • RUBBER [Articles + Illustrations]
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        RUBBER Singapore Mar Malaysia Mar Ojrißf pirlcM cents/Mo 243.50 down 0.75 cents 267.50 (M) down 1.50 cents (17 words)
      • TIN [Articles]
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        TIN Closing prices Ms/kilo Straits Tin $29.15 Turnover: 181 tonnes, up 9 tonnes (13 words)
      • GOLD MARKET [Articles]
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        GOLD MARKET GOLD US$/oz Fri Thurs Singapore XXXXX—XXXXX 382.50—383.00 Hongkong 382.20—382.70 382 70 383.20 Thurs Ned New York 383.00—383.50 381 50 382.00 London XXXXX—XXXXX 385.25—385.75 (25 words)
      • GOLD [Articles]
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        GOLD THE LONDON gold fix fell US$l.lO to UXXXXX.00. The Kilobar and Far East Gold market reports were not available. In Hongkong, gold closed slightly lower at UXXXXX.20 70 an ounce after a day of quiet trading. This compared with New York's closing price of UXXXXX.00 50. Most traders closed (111 words)
      • PALM OIL [Articles]
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        PALM OIL THE Malaysian crude palm oil prices rose in line with a limit up close in futures, as Pakistan's purchase and expectations of firmer soyaoean prices triggered interest. PALM Oosinj prices Crude MS/tome paknoi Feb 2020 (south) 2000 (north) 1980 (central) Mar 1900 (north south) RcRMU paknoi US$/tam RBD (119 words)
      • ALUMINIUM [Articles]
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        ALUMINIUM ALUMNUM a ti£' t 9m Spot 1037 00—1038 00 (1044.00—1045.00) 3 months 1062.50-1063.00 (XXXXX0—1069 50) Market tone: Easier Sales 21.900 tonnes (22 words)
      • COPPER [Articles]
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        COPPER Ohm prices COPTER £/tam ■Mi Soot 1006.50-1007 0O (996.00-9%50) 3 months 1024.50 1025 00 (XXXXX0 XXXXX0) Market tone: Barely steady after firmer Sates: 22.850 tonnes (26 words)
      • Rubber [Articles]
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        Rubber THE Singapore rubber market closed slightly lower yesterday with Mar One RSS buyers quoted at 243.50 cents per kilo, down three-quarter cent from Thursday's close. In Koala Lumpur, the Malaysian rubber prices closed at 267.50 cents per kilo for Mar Int One RSS buyers, down 1.50 cent from Thursday. (70 words)
      • Straits Tin [Articles]
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        Straits Tin THE Straits Tin price in Penang remained at the International Tin Agreement's floor level of M529.15 per kilo. The buffer stock manager again took the bulk of the disposals. Turnover rose to 181 tonnes from 172 yesterday, with neither foreign concentrates nor rationing detected. (46 words)
      • SILVER [Articles]
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        SILVER SILVER Ciosini prices USS/troy u Fri Thws Singapore 9.05—9.10 9.07-9.2 Thurs Ntd Ne« York 9 05—910 9.07—912 Source: Credit Suisse. S?v (22 words)
      • Overseas markets [Articles]
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        Ove rseas marke ts NEW YORK, Thurs. Wall Street stock prices closed lower on smaller volume. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, which fell below the important technical support level of 1150 during the day, closed down 3.77 points at 1154.94. Three out of every five shares fell. Volume fell sharply (372 words)
      • INDICES [Articles]
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        INDICE S _l I I I I I J I I t Hongkong Hang Senf Friday 1094.87(1084.06) Week ago 1090.08 Austrafan AI-OrAiaries I B* Friday 750.5 (746.2) ££1 Week ago 747.8 Austraian Industrials Friday 988.3 (984.2) Week ago 984.3 Financial Times Industrials H Thursday 817.9(816.6) Week ago 805.0 Dow Jones (73 words)
      • RUBBER [Articles]
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        RUBBER FOB in bales RAS MRELB (S cents/kio) (M cents/kio) Noon Close Noon Close Int. 1 RSS prompt 237.50— 238.50N 237.50— 238.50N unq una Int. 1 RSS Mar 243.50-244.00 243.50-244.00 273.00-XXXXX 267 50-269 00 Int. 1 RSS Apr 247.50-248.00 247.50-248.00 "'••w^os.uu Int. 2 RSS Mar 235.00—23 7.00N 235.00— 237.00N 259.00-260 (247 words)
      • Hongkong [Articles]
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        Hongkong Fab 17 HM Charge Associated Hotels 0.75 -103 Bank Of East Asia 28.70 17 Oarrlan Invest Cheung Kong 169 -106 China Light 13J0 -11 Cross Harb Tunnel 12.50 +12 F E ConaorUum 166 +104 Far East Each PMlex 0086 +1006 O I Cement XXXXX Oreat Eagle 190 Hang Lung (261 words)
      • Tokyo [Articles]
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        Tokyo Fab 17 Tan Chante Mitsubishi 530 unch Mltsul Co 340 +2 AJ*«— 'Oto > MIUUI ShlpWdg 162 +2 une Mlteul Smelting 500 +34 Asaada 1130 unch Mltsukoahi 361 -4 Ch«m 409 -2 M-SIST UM -i O***" +7 Murate Mfg 3430 +170 !■_*_> J" Nlkko Sec 441 -1 w ton (319 words)
      • Produce market [Articles]
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        Produce market Naandosng Gambler 100% 2nd class 258 A-5% 191. 00N COCOnUt PriC s/100k| FOB NSW 300.00 (sellers) 100% 3rd class 253 8 10% new crop 189.00N Source: Produce Enctange 10% 243 0-20% lS&OON S7.V pnR -> n _nrwc__,,<> -u__ 15% 238 E-25% 185.00N Bulk FOB 208.00 (sellers) Closing prices, (304 words)
      • Sydney [Articles]
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        Sydney Feb 17 Cents Chan.. S__*=r (•.-ii Lelghton l«7 unch (MB* J Le^e 470s Magellan Pet Aust 200 unch A C 1 ISO +1 Mayne Nlckleas ISO unch A N I 296 +3 Metals Explor A P M 220 +1 N L 62 1 Aberfoyle 660S -20 Mideast SO +5 (331 words)
      • New York [Articles]
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        New York Feb 16 IBS Change Alcoa 3BH Allied Chem Cp 48U -1* AUls-Chalmers 14* unch Am Tel ft Tel 16* -46* Amax Inc 34* -M Amr Corp 38* Bethlehem 8U 34K -K Boeing Co 43* Burroughs Cp 46* -U Caterpillar Co 46* Chase Manhtn SI Chrysler Cp 38* Citicorp (230 words)
      • London [Articles]
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        London Fab 16 Pence Change INDUSTRIALS Allied-Lyons 152 +1 Ass. Dairies 148 unch BTR PLC 417 unch Babcocks 170 unch Barclays.... 527 unch Beechams 300 -1 BICC v 260 unch Blue Circ1e 420 +2 BOC Group 277 +1 Boots 172 unch Bowater 260 -1 BATS 191 -1 Britannia 79 unch (550 words)
    • Finance
      • Forex [Articles]
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        Forex THE US dollar opened at 552.1255/65 and trading was fairly active in the Singapore foreign exchange market yesterday. The Singapore unit firmed marginally to close at 552.1250/60. The greenback firmed against major currencies but closed easier. Against the Deutschemark, it opened at 2.6815/25 and closed at 2.7680/90. Against the (85 words)
      • DEPOSIT RATES %p.a. [Articles]
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        DEPOSIT RATES p a. Savings account 6 3 < Autosave 5 Vi Fiied deposit 3 1 month 6 1 3 months 6 6 months 6 3 /< 9 months 7 12 months 7 (31 words)
      • LOAN RATES1 %p.a. [Articles]
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        LOAN RATES1 %p. a. Prime rate 2 B'i Personal/Renovation (Flat rates) I 4 years 7 Housing (discount* Up to 10 years 9>, II to 25 years 9>/ 2 Hire purchase Cars 1 year 5 2 years 5!4 3 years 6 4 years 6'/i (43 words)
      • BUSINESS LOANS % p.a. [Articles]
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        BUSINESS LOANS p.a. 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 (CF.FS) 10 3 /< MAS rediscount rates for export bills 6'/ 2 Source: DBS Bank 1 Mcative rates. 2 For tot customers (53 words)
      • Unit trusts [Articles]
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        Unit trusts Managers' prices for Fab 18 A 20 Singapore Unit Trust The Commerce 3.54—3.76 The Savings Fund 2.12—2.25 Spore Prog Fund 1.53—1.62 S'pore Sec. Fund 2.34—2.48 Spore Invest Fund 1.23—1.30 S'pore Equity Fund 1.49—1.58 Asia Unit Trust Mai Invest Fund 2.99—3.17 Mai Prog Fund 1.51-I.6hd Mai Security Fund 1.61—1.71 (162 words)
      • Container schedules [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Container schedules LCL Receiving Receiving Ship (Voyage) Ait Cargo Time Btock As Pallas (068) 19/2 (0700) FSB 0700-0800 P4 Ratana Bhum (XXXXX9) 19/2 (0700) TA3 0700-0800/ XXXXX900 L3 Strathtife (21W) 19/2 (0700) FSB 0800-0900/1800 1900 S3 Keum Glory (IN/84) 19/2 (0700) TA3 0900-1100/XXXXX900 S2 Tuohe (4W) 19/2 (0700) FSB 0700-0800/1600 (591 words)
      • FOREIGN EXCHANGE [Articles]
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        FOREIGN EXCHANGE Interbank Over the foreign currency Australian dollar 2.0045 2.0076 5.00 4.92 Canadian dollar 1.7038 1.7050 5.92—5.82 NZ dollar 1 4042 1 4066 7.18-7.03 Sterling pound 3.0727 3.0763 3.28-3.23 Austrian schilling 11.2469 11.2552 90.02-88 14 Belgian franc (com) 3.8713 3.8753 261.12— 256 68 Danish kronor 21.7257 21.7415 46.61 45.62 (152 words)
      • Surcharges to be reduced [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        Surcharges to be reduced TOKYO The Indonesia- Japan/ Japan-Indonesia freight conference announced it will reduce bunker surcharges from March 1 because of recent reductions in bunker oil prices. The surcharge for iron and steel goods and tin plate will be reduced to 39.4 per cent from 41.2 per cent and (65 words)
      • Ships in port [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Ships in port Vessel Berth An Dep Vessel Berth Arr Dep Keppsl wharves n--,^r vc_ ifl/9 Longan 306 18/2 20/2 B? nat,d f. aade 8/2 sptemhd Fortune 303 18/2 20/2 Cherry Laiu 28 aside 18/2 Js!_Z__w Hat- 304 18/2 19/2 Debralinall 3/4 aside 18/2 wadashge war. .im jb,. Mrc Gerbera (259 words)
    • Insurance policies and what they do for you [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Insurance policies and what they do for you A YOUNG single's fancy only turns to insurance when he acquires a family and realises that he is a mortal. Insurance, then, is something to provide for his family should he meet an untimely end. When you refer to life insurance, you (823 words)
    • Rumours keep market active [Articles]
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      Rumours keep market active S. Kumar ydfnen Singapore LIKE a sheep without its shepherd, the Singapore stock market has been wandering aimlessly this week. Investors had little to cheer throughout the week. What really kept the market active were rumours of takeovers, mergers, bonus or rights issues. For instance, General (392 words)
    • SELLING SHORT [Articles + Illustrations]
      • Page 24
      SELLING SHORT "Break out the champagne. I won the Memo of the Year Award." (14 words)
    • From the companies desk
      • What it now holds [Articles]
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        What it now holds INTERNATIONAL Wood Products now holds 99.9 per cent of the shares of Haskota Corporation Sdn Bhd Malaysia, following its subscription for a further 179,999 shares in the company. That company, along with another subsidiary, Interwood Engineering Pte Ltd, has subscribed for shares in Haskota Engineering Sdn (75 words)
      • Takeover plans [Articles]
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        Takeover plans GENERAL Corporation Berhad is proposing to acquire the entire equi- ty capitals of Fung Keong Rubber Manufactory Sdn Bhd (Malaya) and Housing Management and Development Sdn Bhd. The FKRM purchase will cost M534.5 million, and will be paid by Ms2o million in cash and by 5.8 million Msl (106 words)
      • Switched [Articles]
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        Switched SIME Darby Bhd has changed its Hongkong branch registrars from Lowe Bingham Mathews to Central Registration Hong Kong Ltd. (20 words)
    • Top five stocks [Articles]
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      Top five stocks THE FOLLOWING is a list of the 5 most actively traded stocks on the Stock Exchange of Singapore this week It gives the turnover in thousands of units, closing prices yesterday and the high and low for 1983/84 Corr-pany Mm Price (J) rtrn Lew (J) CON) Fab (83 words)
    • Two push index to record level [Articles]
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      Two push index to record level K. Lumpur A RECORD-BREAK-ING performance on Wednesday was the highlight of the Kuala Lumpur stock market this week. A spectacular 13.75 goints rise lifted the New traits Times Industrial Index to 1565.96 points. On the week, the New Straits Times Industrial Index closed at (208 words)
  • Page 21 Advertisements
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    • Page 25 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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    • Page 25 Advertisements Column 3 [Advertisements]
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      30 Hairdressing YOU ARE WELCOME to the Snowhite Gent's Indian Hairdressing Salon. Kindly note that our Upper Serangoon/ Hillside Drive junction Indian hairdressing salon now have shifted to the new address which is very convenient to you. It is situated near the NTUC F'alr Price supermarket Hougang Interchange at Blk. (540 words)
    • Page 25 Advertisements Column 4 [Advertisements]
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    • Page 25 Advertisements Column 5 [Advertisements]
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      CLASSIFICATION GROUP A Entertainment ft Food guide B Personal Services A Merchandise C Business To Business D Employment E Vehicles F Accommodations Properties G Travel Guide H Education ft Instruction I Announcements J Obituaries B^L^BBBBBbW^ A music teacher it conducting guitor coursea with ihe inteMion of Bf forming several 4-pi«c« (603 words)
    • Page 25 Advertisements Column 6 [Advertisements]
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      59 Other Services Do you need e CENTRAL MEETING VENUE? If you hold weekly fortnightly meetings, we have just the place for you without those charges and bookings uncertainty Please ring tel: XXXXX04 60 Business Opportunities Large collection of i WHITE, BLACK AND BOUL DER OPALS FOR SALE Specially brought (416 words)
  • Page 26 Advertisements
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      60 Business 60 Business Opportunities Opportunities JOINT VENTURE OPPORTUNITY f INTENSIVE PIGGERY NORTHERN TERRITORY AUSTRALIA I 21 KILOMETERS FROM DARWIN Kxistmg owners are interested in X a Kxpanding to supply growing local market b Expanding to supply live pigs to Singapore r c Expanding to supply frozen pork to Singapore (628 words)
    • Page 26 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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      66 Situations Vacant a) Proiessional/ Executive We are an established architectural firm and due to recent expansion, we invite applications for the following: I ARCHITECTS Qualified architects with at least 3 years' practical experience, good in rendering, presentation and detailing. DRAUGHTSMEN Diploma holder of Singapore Polytechnic or recognised institutions. At (454 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant a) Professional/ Executive FA ARTISTS and/or Vlsuallsers. Min 1-2 years experience In advertising agency. Write stating experience, salary expected contact telephone: Bras Basah P O Box.lM Singapore 9118. b) EDP An expanding Transport Co-operative is seeking qualified candidate for the following post to meet our current and (546 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant e) Secretarial/Clerical e) Secretarial/Clerical W MONSANTO, a major American multiI national corporation engaged in the manu- I facture of a diverse range of agricultural and industrial chemicals/materials, has an immediate vacancy for the following position in its Asia Pacific Regional Head Office in Singapore: (510 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant e) Secretarial/Clerical e) Secretarial/Clerical < I FEMALE CLERK TYPIST/ I I TRAINEE OFFICE I I ADMINISTRATOR MB A n established company in the food^W industry urgently requires: I SECRETARY I fl (Junior) I I GCE 'O' level I I Private Secretarial Certificate I S (542 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant e) Secretarial/Clerical e) Secretarial/ Clerical BMlilJK|»>yjk^t|j|ill[j^!i|Jjg^|jj|iljj>««j A multi-national Organisation invites personnel for the following appointment urgently:CONFIDENTIAL SECRETARY e GCE 'OVA' level e Preferably with some experience Pleasant personality e Ability to handle all administrative duties independently STENOGRAPHER 2to 3 years experience Typing speed 40 (428 words)
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      a^^KciSJ 9HSaTSj^K^Bl^u3B B^BjjfaMfTMMHiBMBBH ■^HsjißßHiaaadjAafltpiH^H LVnTeaVisni^BMSiSHßtrts^ aiC I A progressive financial institu I lion requires: (1) BILL COLLECTORS e A >le to speak English, M indann and Chinese dialects Must be able to deal eftee- lively and tactfully with debtors Some relevant experience in collecting and debt recovery e Integrity and (184 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant e) Secretarial Clerical MK ELECTRIC (S) PTELTD Due to the rapid ex panslon of our opera tlons. we have an immediate vacancy for a PRODUCTION CONTROL CLERK Job Progessing of materials ordered Assist in production materials programming using micro-computer Requirements CCE *0' level with credit in Mathematics (513 words)
  • Page 27 Advertisements
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      66 Situations Vacant Secretarial Cleric* Nedlloyd EAC agencies pte ltd JOIN US NOW FOR A CAREER IN SHIPPING' We j--tf a wen established foreign shipping company and invite applications from school leavers as well as ROD personnel for the positions of: Operations Clerks Documentation Clerk Typists j Abie to type (353 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 1/ e) Secretarial/Clerical requires ACCOUNTS CLERK Requirements GCE 'O' level 2 years' accounting 1 expei ience O) Preferably with LCCI Intermediate Accounting certificate Benefits Free meal and tea Attractive annual wage supplement Applications stating full particulars, telephone number (if any) together with a recent passport size photograph (443 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant e) Secretarial/Clerical AROUND $13,000 P.A. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS FIRM with local and multi-national chants require*: TAX ASSISTANTS At least 2 years' tax experience SECRETARIAL ASSISTANTS At least 2 years' secretarial experience. ACCOUNTS/ AUDIT ASSISTANTS O" and A' level school leavers with LCC Higher Accounting. We offer a total (557 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant e) Secretarial/Clerical Established firm of Public Accountants in Beach Road has vacanvies for 1) AUDIT ASSISTANTS a Accountancy graduates. a ACCA finalists or diploma In Business Studies from Ngee Ann Technical College. 2) EXECUTIVE SECRETARY a GCE A level. a Excellent English. a Shorthand/typing 100/50 wpm a (527 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant e) Secretarial/Clerical SPP LIMITED We invita suitably qualified candidates for the post ACCOUNTS CLERK a Minimum GCE 'O' level, a Ability to type, e Knowledge of Bookkeeping. interested applicants, are requested to submit their applications, giving full details, including salary expectation to THE ACCOUNTANT SPP LIMITED sth (560 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant e) Secretarial/Clerical SEAMEO Regional Language Centre (RELC) invites applications tor the posts of: Candidates should have at least GCE O level qualifications with a credit in English A good typing qualification is necessary Knowledge of Library Work would be advantageous Monthly gross salary range: SS63B XXXXX. Other (630 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant e) Secretarial/Clerical An American Rep Office at Shaw House has an immediate vacancy fora JUNIOR SECRETARY Requirements: e Excellent command ot written and spoken English, e GCE "A" level or O" level with credit in English, e Secretarial cert preferable, e Ability to work independently. e Able (583 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant e) Secretarial/Clerical JIN HOE ROLLING SHUTTERS PTE LTD Requires ACCOUNTS/ PERSONNEL CLERK e Minimum 1 year's relevant experience, e Pleasant personality, with Initiative and drive. RECEPTIONIST/ GENERAL CLERK e O' Level with 1 year's working experience. FACTORY CLERK (MsJe/Female) e 'O' Level with 1 year's working experience. (645 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant e) Secretarial Cleric* A well established firm has an immediate vacancy for a TELEX OPERATOR e Ability to operate telex machines would be an advantage though not a necessity e Training will be provided where necessary Please reply, stating salary expected and contact phone number to: The (608 words)
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      86 Situations Vacant e) Secretarial Clerical I An established company, require* BOOKKEEPERS Applicants should have i e At least GCE O' level e LCCI Intermediate Bookkeeping I e Ability to type, preferred 1 2 years experience in similar position Salary will commensurate with qualifications and experience r Please apply with (595 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant e) Secretarial/Clerical PRIMA LIMITED requires PURCHASING SHIPPING OFFICER Qualifications At least GCE O' Level e Preferably with years' relevant experience Interested person please write *itrv full resume stating qualification, job experience, salary expected it contact telephone number to: Purchasing A Shipping Department Prims Limited 201 Kappa* Rd (522 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant e) Secretarial/Clerical j JUNIOR ACCOUNTS CLERK Knowledge of bookkeeping required tor Immediate employment. Attractive salary plus bonus otit rsd Pl«as t contact XXXXX96 tor intarview. MALF OR FEMALE CLERK/STOREKEEPER required for .'urnlture company at Sungei Kadut Industrial Estate Interested candidate* call: DECOR FURNITURE (PTE) LTD. 12. Sungai (800 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant e) Secretarial/Clerical ADVERTISING AGENCY needs three Clerk/Typists (male/female) Prospects of promotion to advertising executives. Mln. 4Swpm. Preferably with shorthand knowltdge/drlvlng licence. Write: Bras Basah P D. Box 154 Singapore 9118. GRAPHIC COMPANY REQUIRES Typist to operate typesetting machine, with or without experience. Mln qualifications: GCE O' level (898 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant t) Sales t) Sales g) Sales J *WaWaWaWaWkWaWaWa%>JaWaWaWaWaaWaWSal^ HjH^aj Sales Assistants We are looking for bright, energetic, outgoing staff who are interested in an enjoyable job, a solid career with training and good future prospects. I Our outline requirements are: Minimum (1166 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant Sales f) Sates SPECTRUM SUPPLIES AND SERVICES PTE. LTD. We are a fast expanding local company engaged in the marketing of laboratory testing equipment in the Far East. To cope with our expansion we have an immediate vacancy for a: SALES EXECUTIVE/CHEMIST Applicants are (820 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant Sales International Company. World Leader in its market requires: TECHNICAL SALESMAN (Singapore Citizen) e GCE 'OVA 1 level e 3to 5 years experience, preferably in technique and sales lor motor industry e 25 to 30 years of age e Must possess driving licence We Otter: Permanent employment (540 words)
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      66 Situation* Vacant j f) Sales v RENAULT requires aggressive and outgoing Male/Female Sales Representatives Age 24 to 35 Sales experience not necessarily m cars Highly self-motivated by the desire to earn a very high income Possess clean class 3 driving licence 11 you are interested impress us with a (528 words)
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      68 Situations Vacant t) Sales ORCHID FURNITURE requires Hardworking, initiative and pHMMant SALES RECEPTIONIST interested, pleas* call personally M 1 Jalan Anak Buktt, -02-14, Bukit Timah Plaza Singapore 2158 OR Thomson Plaza -03-11 a =03-12, Singapore 2057 POWER FOAM requires SALES EXECUTIVES With experience in carpet. Attractive salary plus commission (577 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant t) Sales Jewellery Retailers require* INDOOR SALESGIRLS e Able to speak at least 2 languages e Pleasant personality e With or without experience Please call personally for interview from lpm to 6pm. TEL: XXXXX70 Mr. Zia Large Tourist Department Store requires experienced INDOOR SALES STAFF Good «alary. (630 words)
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      66 Situation* Vacant 66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant ~^y Technical g) Technical g) Technical* mfWf^k FUJI OIL (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD. I B FUJI OIL (SINGAPORE) PTE LTD is a manufacturer of a H B variety of specialty oils, fats, cocoa butter equivalents B |S and replacers. B We wish (836 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant g) Technical g) Technical A subsidiary of Singapore Aircraft Industries, committed to the development of aerospace technology in Singapore invite you to apply for the positions of: LEADMAN Possess NTC 3 in Welding Minimum 5 years experience in TIG welding Some experience in spot (487 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant g) Technical g) Technical /poi*ytek\ Group of Companies I Dealing in kitchen, laundry boiler equipments, invites applications for the following positions. A PROJECT MANAGER (1 position) Diploma in Electrical /Mechanical Engrg 3 years' experience in food service equipment Knowledge of I mport Export Documentation (560 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant g) Technical TRAVENOL LABORATORIES PTE LTD I i We are a multi-national I company specialising ISi in the manufacture I j of medical products We have moved to our new plant at Woodlands Road and we have vacancies for: MAINTENANCE 1 TECHNICIAN Requirements: if Applicants should possess (485 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant g) Technical g) Technical PHILIPS Internationally renowned for excellence Engineering Assistants These appointments should be of interest to Diploma Holders in Electronic Engineering in their 20's who perhaps have limited experience of I—2 years and are attracted to career development opportunities within a well-structured (517 words)
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      I ORION <jy An international j p manufacturing company I SEEKS If you have completed NS. possess a NTC/ITC with experience in repair and servicing of colour television, contact us today We assure you of excellent growth 1 opportunities and j benefits such as free I clinical attention and I (139 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant g) Technical We have new job I openings for: I Assistant Production Technicians The Job To provide full shift cover on a stage and assist in the operation of the chemical process and the handling of the materials and equipment. Requirements Over 24 years old Secondary education (490 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant g) Technical AEG-TELEFUNKEN We are a leading electrical manufacturer and contractor, engaged in the supply and installation of electrical systems for the prestigious Marina Square Project. We would herewith invite EXPERIENCED applicants for the position of: (1) ELECTRICAL FOREMEN PUB licence as a foreman. Minimum 3 years' (512 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant g) Technical INJECTION MOULDING TECHNICIAN Suitable candidates ehould have: Knowledge of injection moulding small components with multiple cavity moulds, hot runner and sprue less dies. Experience with materials, such as: nylon 66, transparent polyamlde, ABS polypropylene, polystyrene, acrylics and PPO. Knowledge in application of precision measuring and (545 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant g) Technical ASIA CEMENT (S) PTE LTD 2 Refinery Road. S'pore 2282 We have vacancies for TRAINEE MECHANICS e Age below 35 e Preferably those with GCE 'O' Level or NTC 3 Certificate In Maintenance Fitting, sheet metal fabrication, arc welding and metal machining. Those who do (642 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant g) Technical Established Radio Communications Company urgently requires DRAUGHTSWOMAN with 1 years experience in engineering drawings. Please call XXXXX78 for interview. AN INTERNATIONAL OIL service company requires Laboratory Assistants. Requirements GCE O' level (Science stream) or above. Able to work independently on shift duties. Experience preferable but (625 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situation* Vacant h) Production h) Production We're open Today Tomorrow! ■MB MECS PRfl Matsushita Denshl (S) Pte Ltd ||§Hnf 22 Ang Mo Klo industrial Park it Ml Singapore 2056 O R u ■lilJl.w o G I j I- I S TECHNOLOGY t" AUTOMATION IN WAGES Earn (480 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant h) Production TOMV Out- of the largest toys niuiiu^i tMm in the world have ttM I lowing varaiii :<-- MALE/FEMALE OPERATORS 16 years and above Secondary or Primary education No experience required Those waiting for NattOl Service can also appl\ Please rail personal^ with your identity card (447 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant h) Production h) Production h) Production h) Production ./-A. t ■'JL^t-^W «f^lT TUAS AVENUE 4 Western Pacific Computers Pte Ltd 10^0^2 <fcl TUAS CANTEEN 1. Production Operators B u lTe l, TUASDBIVEI Dtritrl 15 Minimum primary 6 education (610 words)
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      ESTABLISHED PRINTING COMPANY requires: Offset Printing Machine Operator At least 3 years experience Female Typist with some knowledge of general accounts Female Bookbinder. General Workers Please apply personally to: Blk 23, Bendemeer Road. aOl -523. S'pore 1233 CONSTRUCTION COMPANY IN Chua Chu Kang area requires Despatch Rider Tel: XXXXX67 (49 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous I) Miscellaneous nil RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT^ CORPORATION (PTE) LTD We are a leading supplier of |g| HI construction materials and a raj contractor in civil engineering ||j 111 We invite qualified candidates for the j|| HI following positions:- B h Preference will be (382 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous I) Miscellaneous i) Miscellaneous A WALK-IN-INTERVIEW k I fe/ Kentucky Fried Cliicken R I 3P Has A Job For You Now! I I PART/FULL TIME I THE CHOICE IS YOURS I I FOR MORE DETAILS. WALK INTO ANY OF (493 words)
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      I COACHMAN-INN ft Prestigious Steakhouse and 0 Continental Restaurant re- Q quires additional staff: A CAPTAINS A WAITERS 1 ?e CASHIERS Km HOSTESSES X Wm BARTENDERS 0 COOKS \m PANTRY MAIDS 5 KITCHEN HELPERS GENERAL CLERKS n (with accounting experi- jo ence). w Attractive salary and benefits. J K Mesl (98 words)
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      If @s> ■|FRAS€R NEAVE If (SINGAPORE) If pte.umiteo If invites applications for Iff the position of. SPORTS LIAISON OFFICER/INDOOR GAMES ASSISTANT (1 year contract) working Hours: Mon. to Fri.: 5.00pm 10.00pm Retired personnel who are active sportsmen are welcome to apply. Requirements: Not more than 60 years of age Physically (271 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 1) Miscellaneous m RESOURCES H DEVELOPMENT I CORPORATION B (PTE) LTD We invite suitable 8 candidates for the R following vacancies: H GCE O' level I Typing speed of I 30 to 35 wpm B Experience is not essential but would B be an advantage. E I (422 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant 1) Miscellaneous A speakers parts manufacturing company urgently requires the following 1. MALE FEMALE MACHINE OPERATORS 2. FEMALE Q. C. CHECKERS 3. DRIVERS a working houri 8.30a.m. to 5.30p.m. wi'h alternate Saturdays off free transport provided REQUIREMENTS For post 1 experience not necessarj but male applicants must (365 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant i) Miscellaneous An engineering firm in Pandan Loop requires 1. RECEPTIONIST cum TYPIST A* r- 1H years old BJtd above Minimum GCE W level Al least 1 year's fxp<-n enre Able to type wpm Plrsranl disposition 2. FITTER At leaat I i stars ex-pt-rii-ncr I« Able lo (523 words)
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      1} ■MOjoajAaaMMMff ti m i A MMBJBs UvS. saMMav ■> vMee turt itARKgTSSPKSCNTATrVES/ •UALfrr control aiapicToas OCX V level e fluent In. oral and written English e tla 2 years' experience In garment field. (preferred) Kuftytooperatetelex.comNNr machine an advantage a Mature, pleasant personall»»i tactful and able to work *gfcpendenUy with (447 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant mj IVJJIiVIIMIwVIIJ A SON. a FOUNDATION ENGINEERING COMPANY urgently requires for construction site: A) 1 DRIVER/MESSENGER (Toyota Pickup) 2 MECHANICAL FITTERS Experience in heavy equipment, dlesel and hydraulic. C) CARPENTERS SEMI-SKILLED LABOURERS t) 1 CRANE OPERATOR Experience in clam-shell operations. Crawler crane(so-100 ton capacity) m construction job (577 words)
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      66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous Urgently require 1. MALE STORE ASSISTANT Completed N.S. Do not require any experience 2. EXPERIENCED MOTOR VEHICLE MECHANICS Preferred experience In repairing Nissan it Mitsubishi Puso heavy duty vehicle 3. WELDERS Must be able to use oxygen k Electric welding equipment Interested please call personally (592 words)
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      86 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant 1) Miscellaneous I) Miscellaneous REQUIRED CLASS 2 Chinese International forwarding company Delivery Boy. Call personally: 3 urgenlly require Lorong 19 Geylang. Tel. XXXXX44 (1) DRIVER van DRIVER REQUIRED. Prefer- With PSA experience. "SL^J&^S^T^ (2) OFFCIEBOY WANTED EXPERIENCED CON- 9* n nspo m>~ TAINER trucks (1299 words)
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      ALFA G.T.V. 2000 Registered June '74. Owned by enthusiast. Must see to appreciate. View: 36, Cheng Soon Garden. Singapore 2159. LAST GT JUNIOR Regd!. 2nd owner. Completely rebuilt. Full accessories. Enthusiasts contact XXXXX98 for appointment. 1977 ALFA GTV 2000 at $15,000 or 1977 Alfetta 1.8 with PARF at $17,800. Both (884 words)
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      Authorised NISSAN Dealer DTfl DELIA MOTOR (ITE) LTD (A member of Ruby Group) Main Office/Showroom:- East Coast Branch: -150/152 MacKenzie Road Paramount Shopping Centre Tel: XXXXX55 Tel: XXXXX55 JUNE 1979 DATSUN 120Y. 2 private owners. Alrcond., radio cassette, sports rims. Tel: XXXXX36. LAUREL 2.0 AUTO 1 owner, PARF, radio-cassette, sports (774 words)
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      Hondm SEPT. 1981 REG. Honda Civic sdoor. Hatchback. Ist Private owner. 1335 c.c, manual. Original metallic green. Alrcon., radio/ cassette, sports rims. Road tax/ Feb 1984. Interested Tel: XXXXX63 Pager Tel: XXXXX3 Peter P.S. Tan. Selling $17,500/-. DOCTOR'S 1978 HONDA Accord. 4 doors. Automatic. 1 owner. Family 2nd car. Alrcon, (727 words)
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      76 Vohicl— For Sak 76 Vehicles For Sate e) Ford e) Ford nwvif X \%/T^v 1/ 1 JAPAN The complete range of at Singapore Used Car Authorised Main Dealer foraTggfra> SINGAPORE USED CAR i i Showroom: \\jT7 G1 G2 Novena ViMe >^^>^ 275 Thomson Road Singapore 1130. Tel: 253-8877 Open (666 words)
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      76 Vehicle* l=or Sale E BMBMRMSMBMBMBMBBBaMBBMBB i) Mitsubishi BEAUTIFUL CONDITION 1981 Lancer 5-speed Alr-ond. radio cassette, original me alhr paintwork, one careful owner Asking $19,000. Tel: XXXXX57 (office). XXXXX37 (Sundays only William MID-1979 MITSUBISK GALANT 1600 GS 5-speed Squire lamps, alrcon. radio eassetu, accident free, passed lnspectk n. Downpayment $3,000 (675 words)
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      76 Vehicles For Sale i) Mitsubishi 197« COtT GALANT SL. airioiul. fiulii' tiLv>eUe. sports runs, new tyres PARK Asking $9,700 Call JJ> 4O>*4 1977 MITSUBISHI LANCER 1400 rif* lax with lull lures-sories. lip top 'ondition. selling $10,800 0 D 0 Te! Jnhti.46B77K.( 1977 MITSUBISHI SIGMA GS sspeed ;ur.\>ii cassette, road (941 words)
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      76 Vehicles For Sale 76 Vehicles For Sale J) Toyota J) Toyota n TEST DRIVE.. TO THE EXCITING NEW to CORONA 1.6 PARF $26,800 ARF $34,900 SPACIOUS. POWERFUL. ECONOMICAL J lx NEW COROLLA 1.3 'K DX PARF $21 770 ARF S2B 650 GL PARF $24. 1 10 ARF 531.790 'x (593 words)
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      76 Vehicles For Sale k) Others 1981 SUZUKI 550, 4-door, new model, air cooler, radio, cassette, new sports tyres, road tax, Insurance up to l/'B5. PARF. passed inspection, beautiful condition. Asking $9,900. Can loan $8,000. Tel: XXXXX18. 1958 JAGUAR XKI9O FHC. Fully restored and overhauled. White paintwork, black Interior. Chrome (767 words)
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      76 Vehicles For Sale 76 Vehicles For Sale k) Others jy Others j DBSFINANCE FOR BETTER FINANCING Faster, friendlier service Money-saving interest rates: 112 months -5% p.a. flat 24 months 5 1 /2% p.a. flat 36 months -6% p.a. flat 48 months 672% p.a. flat (instalments payable in advance) 6 (620 words)
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      76 Vehicles For Sale I) Commercial Vehicle* '79 SEPT DAIHATSU 550 van, i owners, passed Inspection. Con tact: XXXXX33, Ah Soon. m) Motor Cycles/ Scooters GOOD YAMAHA RXKI3S, $520 RXIOO, $280. RDI2SLC, $840 RD3SOLC, $1,300. Kawasaki Z2OO GTOIIO, $260. Honda CGI2S GLI2S, $270. C8350F C8750, $450 Scrambler PE2SO TSIBS KEI2S, (495 words)
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      76 Vehicles For Sale 76 Vehicles For Sale 76 Vehicles For Sale m) Motorcycles/ m) Motorcycles/ m) Motorcycles/ Scooters Scooters Scooters r^i SUPERSONIC Auto-rype naiogen lamp with -f CAP G stainless steel decoration Super Power Scooter in MEpp^ STATE OF ART Brand New Design V Technologically advanced P.G.O. scooters are (527 words)
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      78 Scrap Vehicles ALL TYPES OF Scrap good used cars wanted. Good price offered. XXXXX02/ XXXXX76 Mr. Toh. 1999 C.C. scrap car for immediate sale. $14,500 0.n.0. Call XXXXX22 or XXXXX42 Karthi. .Jgjk, ACCOMMODATIONS |B PROPERTIES 86 Accommodation Vacant a) Houses ATTRACTIVE 2-STOREY TOWNHOUSES FOR RENT At Upper Thomson Road (345 words)
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      86 Accommodation Vacant a) Houses DIST. 10, PRINCE OF Wales Road fully furnished 3-bedroomed semi-detached with aircon throughout, near American School and Coronation Plaza. Quiet, exclusive residential area. XXXXX90. DIST 13, SENNETT ESTATE. Double-storey terrace house, 3 bedrooms bathrooms, large living dining room rubber vinyl tiles flooring, partially furnished, 2 (509 words)
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      86 Accommodation a Vacant a) Houses MING TECK PARK Mxlt. Av-n double-storey corner terrace bedrooms plus 1 Furnished 1 eluding atrooos $l.«0U XXXXX1 XXXXX18 NEWLY PAINTED DOUBI STOREY terrace house aj I M Avenue hully furnished ("he 1 rental Available immediate Tel: XXXXX26 XXXXX31. PARTIALLY FURNISHED TERRA< house in Bamboo (652 words)
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      86 Accommodation Vacant b) Apartments UM FIRST CLASS RESIDENTIAL I itjr, Dlsl in- brana nee tltgl B Boat, Full) i/ith bedrooau tta i B U ed. spill ievei living dining E- >w. imm ,i i $4,200 u> Holland Housing: 46; ■V y FIRST CLASS APARTMENT ed in Dist I- CE (956 words)
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      86 Accommodation 86 Accommodation 86 Accommodation Vacant Vacant Vacant b) Apartments b) Apartments b) Apartments g£ At the junction of Scotts/Orchard Roads. Next to Hyatt Hotel. Creates a new era in cosy modern iving. i||||||ffi»ipTOsJiTWtßElfft!il INDOOR OUTDOOR FACILITIES WM -j 14 000sq ft Hotel style lobby Gymnast jm o Independent (720 words)
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      CIST. 9 TOWNHOUSE BEHIND American Club. 2 bedrooms, fully aireond. Rental $3,200. Tel: XXXXX74. No agents. DIST. 9, EMERALD MANSION next to Centrepoint. Fully furnished. 3 bedrooms, aircon. Contact 293am. No agents. PACIFIC MANSION. FURNISHED apartment with 3 bedrooms, available immediately for rental. Call Jenny: XXXXX03. P <ND»N VALLEY CONDOMINIUM, (475 words)
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      86 Accommodation Vacant c) Rooms Dif.T. IS4S OPERA ESTATE Airconditioned rooms, furnished/ unfurnished to let. Call: XXXXX9. 449i018. OIST 2159 QUIET, FURNISHED room, near Beauty World suitable for single/ couple. Tel: XXXXX4-'). FULLY/ BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED room in Dlst. 10. All facilities provides.. $650 p.m. Interested call 235JC62. FULLY FURNISHED ROOM (534 words)
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      87 Accommodation Wanted a) Houses OIBTS. 9, 10, 11, detached bungalow wanted. 5 bedrooms. Budget $4,000. Call: XXXXX26/ XXXXX26. (No agent). HOUSE WANTED 4 rooms flat near to Marine Parade Road. Monthly rental around $1,200 to $1,400. Tel: XXXXX02 Mary. b) Apartments JAPANESE COMPANY MANAGER arriving requires apartment/ townhouse around (737 words)
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      89 Properties For Sale a) Houses PABIR RIS DOUBLE-STOREY, terrace. 2,700 sq.ft., 3 bedrooms l study, split-level llvlng/dlning marble/parquet. Asking $445 00o' Freehold. Call ERA 466-3366 Joanna/ Irene. BEOOK ROAD. SINGLE-STOREY corner house. 3 bedrooms. Freehold. Area 2,800 sq.ft. For Immediate sale. Vacant possession Tel: XXXXX80, Hlro. WBT. 1087 JALAN (792 words)
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      89 Properties For Sale 89 Properties For Sale 89 Properties For Sale b) Private Apartments b) Private Apartments b) Private Apartments I 9oatf»M> I I .your 'Home Sweet Home I I where values are rising I 8 Opposite Mandarin Hotel of Orchard Road I B SILVER TOWER comprises luxurious apartments|and (778 words)
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      $'000 LOCATION DIST. 380 Thomson Grove 20 365 St. Patrick's View 15 385 Eastern Mansion 15 400 Cltlport Centre 04 420 First Mansion 15 450 Cashew Park 23 450 Hillpark 11 580 Ocean Park 15 585 Katong Garden 15 690 Watten Estate 10 UPLANDS: XXXXX80 DIST. 13, BRADDELL PARK, brand (396 words)
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      OCEAN PARK COLISA Block, 4 units. Balestler Plaza, 4 units. 1 Penthouse at Balmoral Tower. 1 Townhouse at Villa D. Rose. Please contact Steven Lee at: XXXXX11 (No agents). CALROSE GARDEN CONDOMINIUM, brand new maisonette, 3 bedrooms, 1,683 sq.ft. Clubhouse facilities. Freehold. $415,000. Han Boons XXXXX70 till 4.00 p.m. CASHEW (572 words)
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      89 Properties For Sale i b) Private Apartments TOHO GARDEN WALK-UP part ment 3 bedrooms, 1,500 sq ft $375,000 ono. Tel XXXXX06 (Agent) c) HUDC Apartments BRADDELL VIEW. PHASE I HUDC, approx. 1,700 sq.ft 3 bedrooms. 2 halls. Well maintained See to appreciate Interested tei: XXXXX21/XXXXX03 DIST 10 MUST SELL!! (862 words)
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      89 Properties For Sale d) HDB Apartments BEDOK SOUTH 3-ROOMED Blk high floor Terra/.z< throughout $54,00u negotiable I/oan $38,000 53.XXXXX XXXXX1b BLK M 10TH STOREY 3-room flat Terrazzd floonnt; rooms parquet $3fc.o(M [:t-K'/tlable Tei XXXXX08 CLEMENTI AVENUE 5 5-roomed flat, ceramic throughout, par tlall> furnished CVi $118.00u Price CIMUMOojIjO Tel (844 words)
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      90 Properties Wanted 90 Properties Wanted 90 Properties Wanted 1 DEVELOPMENT I SITE WANTS) I I A leading development organisation is looking for I I development sites in the city area or suburb of I I Singapore for development of shopping centres I I or highrise and lowrise condominimum, flats, (588 words)
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      92 Warehouses/ Storage Spaces FOR SALE 1 GALVANIZED COVERED WAREHOUSE Dimension: 30.50M x 12.20m x 6.00m. Available immediately. Price negotiable. Interested please contact: COMEX Mr. S.W. Wong Tel: XXXXX11 93 Office Spaces a) Sate GOLDEN MILE TOWER corner office unit with director's room, telex corner (useful also for other private (426 words)
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      94 Shop Spaces a) Sale DIST 14 GEYLANC ROAD 3-storey shop house. Approx 4,500 sq.ft. Freehold. Only SIM. Swansea XXXXX11 Sat/ Sun. DIST. 1648 CHANGI COMPLEX Ist and 2nd floor, 2000 sq.ft. Interested, please call XXXXX64. DIST 20 DOUBLE-STOREY SHOPHOUSE, 1700 sq.ft. Near Sin Ming Road. Sim Call David, XXXXX21. (554 words)
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      102 Tourt 102 Tourt 102 Tourt 102 Tourt 102 Tourt you Ve never cruised, you've never lived Y^y v I ~^^M V MW^^^^^ I Lm^BH. I Jm\m\ I MMMM%\ I L^B^B^B^B^^^^^k. Bbtß^"'^^^^ I jfl^^^_J World's most distinguished, super-deluxe cruise liner of its kind! if 1 Grand tour combination of land (904 words)
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  • OBITUARIES
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      MR. TAN TIAN HOCK AGED 73 MANAGING DIRECTOR OF T.H. TAN CONSTRUCTION PTE LTD passed away peacefully on Friday 17.2.1984 leaving behind Beloved Wife: MADAM TAY SYE CHOO Sons: James Tan Beng Ouan alias Tay Beng Guan Robert Tan Swee Guan (deceased John Tan Klan Guan Daughters: Sons-in-law: Mary Tan (121 words)
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      Our deepest sympathy to the bereaved family of the late MR. CHEONG EAK CHONG (founder of THE HONG FOK GROUP) Pfrom MITSUBISHI CORPORATION (23 words)
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      Our deepest sympathies and condolences to the family of the late: MR CHEONG EAK CHONG FROM THE PARTNERS AND STAFF OF JONES LANG WOOTTON (24 words)
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      CHAYTENGSWEE AGED 85 pasted away peacefully on 17.2.84 leaving behind wile, 4 sons, 3 daughters, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law and grandchildren. Cortege leaving Singapore Casket Co (Parlour No 302) Lavender Street on Sunday 19.Z84 at 2pm for cremation at Sie Tho Aum, Bright Hill. MADAM MARIAPPAN MUNIAMMAI passed away peacefully on 17.2.84. (91 words)
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      Our Deepest Sympathy and Condolences to the family of the late MR CHEONG EAK CHONG from DIETHELM INDUSTRIES PTE LTD (20 words)
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      With Deepest Sympathy to Mr K.P. Cheong and family on the demise of his beloved father MR CHEONG EAK CHONG rFrom: The Management Staff of METROBILT GROUP AND KIANG CHIN BUILDERS TRADING COMPANY CONDOLENCES To the family of the late MR CHEONG EAK CHONG From The Board of Directors Management (57 words)
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      I With deepeet sympathy to the family of the late MR. CHEONG EAK CHONG who paaaad away on 13th February 1964. From:PHILIP KIN HANG WONG (25 words)
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      WONG JOON AIK Ago: 62 want to bo with Jesus on 17/2/84 leaving behind BELOVED WIFE: TAN NAK CHENG SOU: GEORGE WONG FUT WUI DAUGHTERS SONS-fN-LAW Dolly Peng Teck Marie Thlm Huat Judy Celine GRANDCHILDREN: Christopher Grace Christian Memorial Service tonight at Bpm at 52, Namaau Avenue. Hearse will leave (60 words)
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      Our Deepest Sympathy and Condolences to Mr. Lien Sin Hoa on the demise of hit father-in-law and to the family of the late Mr. Cheong Eak Chong From Management Staff of KYC-JOB CORPORATION PTE LTD. (35 words)
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      CHARLES ANTHONY CHURCH, Aged 56 beloved husband of Kim Church passed away on 16th Fob 1984 in England, in hospital attar short illness. (23 words)
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      Our Dsspett Sympathy and Condolonc— to the family on mi QVfllft Of in#lr Tolfi#f 1119 late MR. CHEONG EAK CHONG Front:PROJECT PILING t CONSTRUCTION PTE LTD (26 words)
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      Our Dsapsst Sympathy and Condolence! to the family on the death of their father, the late MR. CHEONG EAK CHONQ From:TAN EE PING PARTNERS (24 words)
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      Our deepest sympathy to the Directors, Management and Staff of Hong Fok Corporation Limited on the demise of their Chairman, the late Mr. Cheong Eak Chong. from management staff FORM FUNCTION PTE LTD (33 words)
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      Our Deepest Sympathy and condolences to the family of the late MR. CHEONG EAK CHONG F romc Management A Staff of ARABIAN BULK TRADE PTE LTD (26 words)
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      In Loving Memory of AMAH SINGH Departed 21 2.83 A dodtcatod and a beloved father •ho gave us *o much of hkmeH. Alway* ramaiwharad by wife, aon, daughters, sons-in-iaw and grandcMMron. Bho« Cfawony will bo hold at Wiven Road on 19^54 at 9 am. (44 words)
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      In Loving Memory Of MR. K. ABDUL GAFFOOR Departed 18.2.1977 Gone from our lives one so dear, But In our hearts forever near. uwwiij misavo oy roving wire and cMMron. THE FAMILY OF the late Mdm Lucy Loh Chew Kek, thank Rev. Fathers Renkens, Nicholas Chla, relatives, friends for their (57 words)
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      Tim family of tlw late TONY CHANG THENG KWANG DEPARTED: 15 .2.1984 wM to express sincere thank* to ralothrao, frtonde, Management and •latf of Mm Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd tor mate ■iiliUney, cwwdoing ttwar racairt bor o— omont (38 words)
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      Owr atnoar* condeNncaa to the family of the late MR CHEONG EAK CHONG FrwicMR MB HENRY V.«JWO (17 words)
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      In Ewer Loving Memory of LYE ENG KEK who departed on 15th Fob. '84 Deeply missed by Wile: Lee Oi Chee Sons Daughter-in-law Henry Teck Lee Chal Lee Tang Choon Yin Soon Lee Boa Lee Daughters > Helen Janet Grandson Peter Cortege will be leaving Blk. 119, Lorong 1, Toa (61 words)
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      LOK Li YIN Departed 18.2.83 Though our days on earth with you are over. Precious memories of the time we had always linger on. But deep within us, dwell a hope that we will meet again on that beautiful shore. Deeply missed by parents, sister, brothers, grandmother and all loved (107 words)
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      ATHMA BAHTHI POOJA P. BITHAMBARAM KALINGARAYAR (DEPARTED 4/2/84) 16th day prayer will be held at Block 220 #15-665 Lorong 8 Toa Payoh on 18.2.84 night Athma Santhl Poo]a will be held at SI van Temple (next to Perumal Temple) Serangoon Road on 19.2.84 at 10.30 am. Please treat this as (53 words)
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      to the family of the late MR. CHEONG EAK CHONG Founder of The Hong Fok From: QfoU OoM Yield Aae octal— Pf Ltd (23 words)
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      Ouf d##p4st sympathy and condol*nc»to P.B. CHEOMG FAMILY of ttw tote MR CHEONQ EAK CHO»W From: Mr 4 Mr» Lim Khin Sco and Mr*Mr»T«yO«ofcKoon. (24 words)
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      Our deepest sympathies to th« family of the late MR CHEONG EAK CHONG From:HOWHUAIHOON REGISTERED SURVEYOR (16 words)
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      Our sincere condolences to the family of the late Mr. Cheong Eak Chong, founder of the Hong Fok Group from Management and Staff Yong Sheng Electrical Engineering Re Ltd HALG Engineering Company (32 words)
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      Our Deepest Sympathy to the family of the late Mr. Cheong Eak Chong ire/ in Management Staff of Hotel Meridien Singapore Hotel Meridien Changi- Singapore Societe Des Hotels Meridien-Paris (29 words)
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      In loving wmocy ot t I MISS L OK LI YIN Doported 18/2/83 Peacefully sleeping, resting at last The World's weary troubles and trials are past. In silence she suuffered In patience she bore Till God called her home to suffer no more For#Wf r#fn#mto#r#o by Ho ton MM. (49 words)
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      IN LOVING MEMORY Of DOUGLAS A.G. RODRIGUES departed 18th February 1980 We mitt you «w»«y»! Romombfd by Cynthia. Oofconw. (19 words)
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      In lovins momory of JEBUDIAN SH ADR AK departed 18^81 His memory Is as dear today As In the hour he passed away Always ftniwbfd by lamMy no mvn on#s. (30 words)
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      2LT SAMUEL EU O*f»rt*d 18th Ft, «2 ing OfHmra staff of 120 123 Squadron, Banifaawanu Airbasa (16 words)
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      IT A JOHN SIOK Departed 18th Feto *2 Always r—wwibfd by Command ing Offtcert ft atafi of 110 A 123 (20 words)
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      PTE LIEW BEK CHUN Departed 18th fat tS Always fmwnbfd by Command ing Officers staff of 120 A 123 Squadron, Sambawawg Airfc— a (23 words)
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      MR ROBERT FOO JEE LIANG DEPARTED:- 18/2/ 13 "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints PMfen 116:15 Daarly miwd by wif» Lily. MfM:Andriw A G>org» A daughter atari*. (34 words)
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      In Lowing Memory of JAMES LIM HONG GU AN D*part»d IMb February 197S Five long years have passed. But memories st*> fresh and painful. Philip, Yoke Bing Shaun Victor, Christina, D*ms« ft •Mir#iTiy. (33 words)
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  • RACING
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      Versailles Palace a good each- way EPSOM JEEP By VERSAILLES PALACE was hopefully entered for the Tunku Gold Cup but forfeited his chancre of staking a claim for a berth in the classic lineup when he did not fulfil his first-run engagement. Down in Div 2 with a luxury weight (290 words)
    • Tweedie has three good mounts [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Tweedie has three good mounts LUCKY LEO By ALWIN TWEEDIE, back in action after a month's suspension, is the jockey to follow in today's card of eight races. The champion jockey has three good mounts Perak Hero (Race 2). Firecracker O (Race 4) and Glittering Prise (Race 6). Perak Hero, (152 words)
    • Jockey Paquet still in coma [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Jockey Paquet still in coma HONGKONG, Fri. Former French champion jockey Philippe Paquet. in coma after a fall during a track work on Monday, remained in "stable but critical condition" today, the Royal Hong Kong Jockey Club said. Doctors said a brain scan this morning showed no significant change, and (152 words)
    • Mudlarks [Articles]
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      Mudlarks THESE horses have won or done well on a wet track: RACE 1: Wonderful Season, Aerial Post n, Sugar Snap RACE 2: Avantegarde, Right Tempo, Tian Ee RACE S: Petir, Legend Reborn, Nichol Wings, Pamada, Proud Moment m RACE 4: Stall Madam, Firecracker EL, Strategy, Setan El, Si-Jago RACE (90 words)
    • Lam opts to ride Gala Display [Articles]
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      Lam opts to ride Gala Display PEDIGREE By Our man on the track KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. Gala Display 11, winner of his last two starts, gets a dream weight of 51.5 kg (a big drop of 5.5 kg) for going up a class and merits strong support in the last (260 words)
    • Today's KL card [Articles]
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      Today's KL card OODfG P0BBCA8T: GOOD TO TDBUNNQ BMHPHBHH 2.15 CLASS 3 DIV 8 1,200m mi W-X mWE^Vmmm (Ratings: 83-74) mmmmtmmKtLLSiSM (stakes: $i4,500) 1 600*00 Thomson's Tender 57 (83) Tendertoot-K Leong 4egd6 1 No form; finished last but one last week when 14th to Meteorite IV Div 5 1200m good; (4513 words)
    • What the tipsters say [Articles]
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      What the tipsters say RACE EPSOM JEEP LUCKY LEO TONTO PEDIGREE WENG SOOK 2 Dress Well 9 Wonderful Season 12 Sugar Snap 12 Sugar Snap 12 Sugar Snap 1 9 Wonderful Season 7 Chief Of Staff 6 Who Knows 5 Ingyong Wangcher 2 Dress Well 7 Chief Of Staff 12 (348 words)
    • Fortune Maker shows promise [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Fortune Maker shows promise Winding-up gallops by Cup candidates ON THE TRACK with PEDIGREE KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. Tunku Gold Cup "trial" winner Fortune Maker showed further progress here this morning in his winding-up gallop for the first 1984 classic on Sunday. Kept well in check by Sydney jockey Malcolm Johnston, (480 words)
    • Week's top workouts [Articles]
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      Week's top workouts TUESDAY (good going): Tropicano 36.8, Midnight Rider 37.2, Record Harvest 37.3, Scotland Yard 37.6, Superspeed 38, Ontario n 38.6, Gala Display n 39.4, Freedom Fighter H 39.4, Noble Ambition 39.8. WEDNESDAY (good): Sugar Snap 37.1, Legato 37.1, Time To Tell 37.9, Able Monarch 38, Successful Call 38.6, (98 words)
    • Tomorrow's card [Articles]
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      Tomorrow's card mil' JfM 2.00 CLASS 3 DIV 7 1,200m I i'i\ trf (Ratings: Bs-76) IUMJJ--J (St«k«t: $14,500) 1 83**0O Tremeadess Farm SI (85) ProHt-Shanmu-gam 6ag d2 +.5 Lml 8 52OO»» Smekla Joe tU (M) Drum RoU-Allan 5 nzg d5 +1.5 Allan 10 J 60(00 E*g Hut Omi 56 <8S) (1502 words)
  • TIMESPORT
    • Soccer shorts [Articles]
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      • AFP, REUTER
      Soccer shorts MANCHESTER I sited manager Ron Atkinsons £300.000 (,$1.24 million) bid for Steve Archibald, the transfer-listed Tottenham Hotspur striker, was turned down by the north London club. "He would need to step up his offer." said Tottenham manager Keith Burkinshaw. Atkinson, keen to add to his striking force, could (276 words)
    • Hammers of high hope [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AFP
      Hammers of high hope LONDON, FYi. The long-awaited return of Trevor Brooking and captain Billy Bonds to the West Ham line-up for the English Football Association Cup fifthround tie against Birmingham tomorrow, could strengthen their chances. West Ham, despite their appalling crop of injuries, nave refused to buckle. Their only (187 words)
    • Might of minnows is mark of the Cup [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Might of minnows is mark of the Cup English FA Cup fifth round: Birmingham v West Ham, Derby v Norwich, Everton v Shrewsbury, Notts County v Middlesbrough, Oxford v Sheffield Wednesday, Watford v Brighton, West Bromwieh v Plymouth. Scottish FA Cap fourth round: Clyde v Aberdeen, Dundee v Airdrieonians, Dundee (71 words)
    • Fairy-tale football [Articles]
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      • OPA
      Fairy-tale football JASON THOMAS By Story of the dwarfs who transform into giants LONDON, Fri. When it comes to drama and excitement, no sporting competition can quite match the Football Association Cup, the world's oldest soccer tournament. One of the main reasons why the FA Cup attracts so much attention (905 words)
    • Dreaming of a Golden Vision... [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Dreaming of a Golden Vision... MARTIN PALMER By Kick-off LONDON, Fri. It is possible that the English First Division will be left with only one representative after the Football Association Cup fifth round tomorrow. This is the romantic way to examine the eight ties and while the odds on such (652 words)
    • Twin coronation [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Twin coronation 4 It's time an American was Olympic downhill champion. I was so sure I could win. I won for myself and America. To win the Olympics is the greatest achievement for any q skier. 7 Bill Johnson Commoners Johnson and Michela ascend lofty thrones SARAJEVO, Fri. American Bill (454 words)
    • MORE THAN I CAN SAY [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AP
      MORE THAN I CAN SAY LIGHTNING landslide.. .that's East German super-champion Karin Enke's fourmedal achievement at Sarajevo. Which is more than anyone else has reaped. Karin's tally consists of two gold and two silver medals won all in speed skating. AP picture. (42 words)
    • Sour success [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Sour success SARAJEVO, Fri. The pride of achievement that Scott Hamilton felt after winning an Olympic gold medal last night was tempered by the fact that the pressure told on him. The 25-year-old American won the men's figure skating title that for the past four years has seemed to be (336 words)
    • Sweet success [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Sweet success SARAJEVO, Fri. European champion Katarina Witt seized the lead in the Olympic women's figure skating from world title-holder Rosalynn Sumners, of the United States, by winning yesterday's short programme of compulsory moves. Just as she did at the European Championships last month, the 18-year-old East German produced a (241 words)
    • SARAJEVO SNIPPETS [Articles]
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      • AP
      SARAJEVO SNIPPETS JURE FRANKO, the Yugoslav skier who won the first Winter Olympic medal ever for the hosts, has already been given the first badge of superstar status a television commercial. Thursday morning commercials began showing Frank o endorsing Mountain Tea, a Yugoslav product. Two days after he won his (170 words)
    • All arms on deck at Cardiff [Articles]
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      • AFP
      All arms on deck at Cardiff A revitalised Wales face favourites France LONDON, Fri. As the ageing Irish and lacklustre English take to the field at Twickenham tomorrow, the focus of attention in the Five Nations rugby union tournament will be well over 160 kilometres away. Wales, with pride restored (418 words)
    • Asia's turn has come — Etsuko [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Asia's turn has come Etsuko TAY CHENG KHOON By LOOK East for the likely winner of the third leg of the Asian Women's Golf Circuit which ends in Sentosa today. The confident call came from Japanese professional Etsuko Ishizaki who moved into second spot after a one-under-par 71 yesterday the (433 words)
    • Aussie saved by tree iron! [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Aussie saved by tree iron! MELBOURNE, Fri. A remarkable slice of luck allowed David Graham to lead by three strokes after the second round of the A5150,000 ($299,000) Masters golf tournament at Huntingdale here today. He defied high winds and fast greens to card a par 73 for a 142 (244 words)
    • Out for revenge [Articles]
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      • REUTER, AP
      Out for revenge CHRISTCHURCH, Fri. England have a double objective in the three-match series of one-day cricket internationals which start at Lancaster Park here tomorrow. They seek to gain a degree of compensation after losing a Test series to New Zealand for the first time, and aim to wipe out (222 words)
    • Sports shorts [Articles]
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      • REUTER, AFP
      Sports shorts KENYA'S best-selling newspaper, The Nation, saic the proposed England rugbj union tour of South Africa could jeopardise the Los An f>les Olympics and the 198* dinburgh Commonwealth Games. "Just when sports leaders particularly those in the Commonwealth, were thinking that boycotts of both the Commonwealth Games and Olympics (351 words)
    • SECOND-ROUND RESULTS [Articles]
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      SECOND-ROUND RESULTS 145 Debbie Dowling (Brit) 74, 71; Huang YuehChyn (Tai) 72, 73. 14C Etsuko Ishizaki (Jpn) 75, 71; Mieko Ishikawa (Jpn) 70, 76. 147 Cindy Flom (US) 71, 76. 148 Beverly Huke (Brit) 76 r 72; Tiru Fernando (SL) 76, 72. 141 Kazuyo Tamura (Jpn) 75, 74; Denise Lavigne (268 words)
    • Wind-locked [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Wind-locked Gusty weather gets better of gutsy golfers LOS ANGELES, Fri. Seven players struggle*. into a tie for the lead in gusty winds on the opening round of the US$4OO 000 ($848,000) Los Angeles Open golf tournament. Winds above 55 kph sent scores soaring at the Riveria Country Club and (323 words)
    • Lavares pulls further ahead [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Lavares pulls further ahead MANILA, Fri. Local favourite Rudy Lavares fired his second consecutive four-under-par 68 to take an eight-stroke lead on the third day of the US$2l,OOO ($44,730) Philippines Open golf tournament here today. Lavares, with a total score of 206, was two strokes in front yesterday. Compatriots Paterno (153 words)
    • Shell-ed [Articles]
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      Shell-ed SHELL Yellow beat Singapore American Sc.iool 78-63 in the Shell Scheme basketball final at the Gay World Stadium last night. (21 words)
    • Question of secrecy [Articles]
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      Question of secrecy Singapore join the cloak-and-dagger set for Thomas Cup adventure PETER SIOW, who will be reporting for Timesport from Hongkong, previews the big badminton battle SINGAPORE'S Thomas Cup badminton brigade will leave a trail of questions unanswered when they board the plane this morning for the qualifying round (513 words)
    • Suleiman shuttle service to end in Hongkong [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Suleiman shuttle service to end in Hongkong PETER SIOW SULEIMAN ZAINI, the "•Id" man of Singapore's Thomas Cap badminton quest starting on Monday, will use the Hongkong stage for his swansong. After almost two decades of wielding the racket, the 28-year-old flight steward admits he is finally beginning to feel (305 words)
    • SLTA refuse to force tie-breaker [Articles]
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      SLTA refuse to force tie-breaker JANICE SEAH By THE Singapore Lawn Tennis Association have decided not to act on Davis Cup coach Daniel Lim's recommendation that Mahader Hassan be banned from representing the Republic again. In his report on the three-day debacle against the Philippines, Daniel said that Mahader had (273 words)
    • Red Baron sails again [Articles]
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      Red Baron sails again THE Red Baron will do battle from April 1-tt as the lone Singapore challenger in the UftUara China Sea race series a fleet of verseas sailors. The Red Baron, which made Its mark when it finished third in the Singapore Tatler/les most de Cartier competition earlier (112 words)
    • McEnroe proves he's the tops [Articles]
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      • AP
      McEnroe proves he's the tops SYDNEY, Fri. John McEnroe confirmed his undisputed right to the worUrs number one position with a straight sets drubbing of archrival Ivan Lendl to move into the final of the Akai Gold Tennis Challenge. McEnroe, ironically ranked behind Lendl by the ATP computer this year, (141 words)
    • Looking for the missing links [Articles]
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      Looking for the missing links JOE DORAI By MISSING players that's the biggest headache for National Football League Division One clubs Tiong Bahru and Changi Constituency. When defending champions Tiong Bahru lost 2-0 to Tampines Rovers last week, they were without a number of key players. And a below-strength Changi (240 words)
    • Rained off [Articles]
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      Rained off THE Jurong Cup soccer match between Glaxo Chem and Tata Precision at Jurong Stadium yesterday was called off because of rain. In a match on Wednesday, G.E. Housewares beat Jurong Engineering 1-0. SEVEN Singapore Business Houses League games were also rained off yesterday. (45 words)
    • High-flier Connors storms through [Articles]
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      • REUTER, AP
      High-flier Connors storms through LAQUINTA (California), Fri Battling a desert wind storm, topseeded Jimmy Connors crushed fellow American Bob Lutz 6-1, 6-2 yesterday to cruise into the quarter-finals of the UXXXXX,000 ($540,000) La Quinta Classic men's tennis tournament. Also advancing were second seed Yannick Noah, of France, a 6-3, 6-3 (164 words)
    • STANDINGS [Articles]
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      • NST
      STANDINGS NST P W D L F A Pt. Pahang 7 5 1 1 20 9 16 Penang 6 5 1 0 11 4 16 Selangor 9 5 1 3 12 10 16 N San-flan 7 5 0 XXXXX 15 Malacca 7 4 1 2 16 10 13 FT 7 (134 words)
    • Fandi books tour date [Articles]
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      Fan di books tour date JAN VAN DEB VEEN GRONINGEN, Fri. Fandi Ahmad is down with the flu, but the happy news is that he is likely to be in an Asian Selection to play FC Groningen in Singapore when the Dutch First Division club tour the Far East in (225 words)
    • Rashid is FT's saving grace [Articles]
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      • NST
      Rashid is FT's saving grace KUALA TRENGGANU, Fri. Federal Territory's Rashid Hassan snowed why he is regarded as Malaysia's top soccer goalkeeper when he almost single-handedly restricted Trengganu to a goalless draw in a Mala ysia Cup match here today. Trengganu were in command throughout but superb saves by the (136 words)
    • Poh Leong to hold course [Articles]
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      Poh Leong to hold course FORMER Singapore captain Seak Poh Leong, now on a 15-month coaching course in West Germany, is one of the top coaches appointed to conduct courses this year (writes Joe Doral) Poh Leong, who left last April on a West German government scholarship, will handle the (243 words)
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      Todays events ATHLETICS SAAA Ist road relay league (MacRitchie Reservoir, 5 p.m.). GOLF Asian women's circuit (Sentosa, 8 a.m.); Singapore v United Kingdom match-play (SICC, 8 a.m.). NETBALL FEB inter-centre finals. (Delta SC, 2 p. m.). RUGBY SCC Sevens: Schools' competition (10 a.m.); Colleges' competition (2 p.m.). Both at Padang. (99 words)
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  • Homosexual Bill passed [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Homosexual Bill passed SACRAMENTO, Fri. After four failures in the past eight years, a homosexual rights Bill was yesterday passed by the state legislature of California which has a large and politically influential "gay" community. The state Senate voted for the Bill 22-16 despite impassioned denunciations by critics. One Senator, (72 words)
  • Paying for his lot in advance [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Paying for his lot in advance THIS car (right) was well prepared for a long wait for its owner or driver. The car, bearing an SZ number plate, was spotted at the Changi Airport's car park A with 41 parking coupons on its dashboard and both sides of the windows. (104 words)
  • Iran claims capture of two Iraqi positions [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Iran claims capture of two Iraqi positions Baghdad says 14 civilians killed in attack on town by Teheran planes TEHERAN, Fri. Iran said its troops had captured two more Iraqi-held mountain positions in three hours of fierce fighting, including hand-to-hand combat, following a dawn attack today. The Iranian national news (441 words)
  • Fire loss [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Fire loss BEIJING, Fri. China had 36,800 fires in 1983, costing the country more than 202 million yuan (SslB7 million), the Newspaper China's Legal System said today. Reuter (28 words)
  • Laurel stopped from leaving for US after gun was found [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • REUTER
    Laurel stopped from leaving for US after gun was found M ANIL A, Fri. FORMER Senator Salvador Laurel, a close political ally of murdered Philippine opposition leader Benigno Aquino, was stopped from leaving for the United States today after airport police found a gun in his suitcase. Mr Laurel, president (357 words)
  • Singapore wants Asean to tap Asian $ market [Articles]
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    Singapore wants Asean to tap Asian market By ABBY TAN Manila Reporter MANILA, Fri. Singapore has proposed that Asean tap the UXXXXX.3 billion (XXXXX.3 billion) Asian dollar market for industrial projects and trade expansion. It is also strongly supporting the proposal that Asean banks become joint lead managers for loan (249 words)
  • 'Reagan aide quit' report [Articles]
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    • UPI
    'Reagan aide quit' report WASHINGTON, Friday PRESIDENT Ronald Reagan's special ambassador to Central America, Mr Richard Stone, has resigned effective from March 1> The Washington Post reported yesterday. White House spokesman Alison Franklin would neither confirm nor deny the report, saying only that Mr Stone was a "valued member of (164 words)
  • What it should have been [Articles]
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    What it should have been ONE of the cheques that Madam Mah Ah Lian, mother of the man killed at the Asian Aerospace Exhibition at Changi last month, will receive on Monday is from the Singapore Technology Corporation and not the Singapore Technological Institute as reported in yesterday's Straits Times. (107 words)
  • Dow Jones [Articles]
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    • AP
    Dow Jones NEW YORK, Fri. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials fell 0.84 to 1,154.10 in the first half hour of trading in the New York Stock Exchange. AP (30 words)
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      BUSINESS TIMES Singapore's Financial Daily IN TODAY'S ISSUE In today's volatile stock market conditions, no-one who analyses, invests or trades in shares can afford to ignore the technical approach to investment. Watching i the fundamentals alone is not enough. To help its readers with their investment decisions, Business Times today (120 words)
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      Weather UP TO 1 p.m. Fair. TEMP. (C) up to 6 a.m. tomorrow: 91 max., 23 min. SUNSET today: 7.21 p.m.; SUNRISE tomorrow: 7.16 a.m. Adelaide 16/26C Fine Manila 18/33C Fair Amsterdam tC x Melbourne 17/24C Cloudy Bangkok 24/32C Fair Moscow -5/-9C Cloudy Belong 5/-0C Sunny New York 6/9C Cloudy (104 words)
  • SECTION TWO
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      SECTION TWO (2 words)
    • The man who's been to war 12 times [Articles + Illustrations]
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      The man who's been to war 12 times GILLIAN POW CHONG jktnmtrn Meet the 1969 Pulitzer Prize winner for News Photography, Eddie Adams, who with other top-class photographers recently captured life here for A Salute to Singapore, a Times Organisation book project. A perfectionist who has spent more than 30 (1860 words)
    • The boat of no smiles [Articles]
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      The boat of no smiles While on assignment in Thailand in the early XXXXX, Mr Adams jumped aboard a refugee boat which was being towed back to sea. Later, he spotted another boat. On board were about 50 Vietnamese refugees and 20 bodies. This was long before the term "boat (186 words)
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    • OUTLOCK
      • Cockles and mussels alive alive-O [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Cockles and mussels alive alive-O TAN LEE LENG By Seafood is expensive. But imaginative cooking and creative use of small amounts can result in spectacular and satisfying dishes. Here are some tips on how to buy, clean and prepare seafood. SEAFOOD is associated with some of my happiest early memories (1269 words)
      • Recipes [Articles]
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        Recipes Fried sotong in soy sauce 500 g big cuttlefish, cleaned and prepared for cooking 2 tbsp oil for frying 1 big onion, cut into 8 pieces 3 cloves garlic, thinly sliced lengthwise 2 red chillies, deseeded and sliced 2 green chillies, deseeded and sliced 2 tbsp dark soy sauce (353 words)
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    • FEATURES
      • This picture spelt trouble for a general [Articles + Illustrations]
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        This picture spelt trouble for a general At the height of the Tet offensive in February 1968, Brigadier-General Nguyen Ngoc Loan summarily executes a Vietcong suspect. This was the picture which, according to Mr Adams, destroyed the career of Loan, who was also head of South Vietnam's police force. He (55 words)
      • The picture that cost Adams his job [Articles + Illustrations]
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        The picture that cost Adams his job While Mr Adams was on a farm with a group of schoolchildren, he spotted a life-sized papier-mache cow in a barn. "I put it in a field with real cows to test their reaction," he recalled. It was not long before the cows (133 words)
      • A flag for the widow [Articles + Illustrations]
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        A flag for the widow Mr Adams took this picture at Arlington Cemetery in November 1963 as Mrs Jacqueline Kennedy was being handed the flag which had been used to drape the coffin of her assassinated husband, US President John F. Kennedy. Mr Adams contributes cover stories to Parade, a (58 words)
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    • KIDS & THINGS
      • Cities old and new [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Cities old and new Uncle Otak Hi kids, WHAT are cities? They have been with us for a long time. Ancient cities began as villages. These developed into towns and finally became cities. Cities in early Egypt and Central America were mostly small. During King Nebuchadnezzar's time, Babylon was the (406 words)
      • Before you begin [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Before you begin BEFORE you begin, decide on the kind of city you want Singapore to be. If, for example you decide on a low-energy city, then your design will have no cars. Everyone will walk or bicycle around, buildings will be powered by solar energy and so on. If (135 words)
    • Page 4 Advertisements
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        This is Chromacom the modular approach to electronic page make-up and retouching. The operator sits at the Combiskop keyboard with the electronic markerboard beside him. It's being installed at their plant and their operators are Many uses a H training with us right now. So, from 30^ March, you will (606 words)
    • BOOKS
      • Role of the Japanese spy ring in SE-A [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Role of the Japanese spy ring in SE-A F. Klk F. KIKAN (JAPANESE ARMY INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS in SOUTH-EAST ASIA during WORLD WAR TWO) By Lt General Fujiwara iwaichi Translated by Akashi Yoji Heinemann Asia, 1983. Paperback. 338 pp. $20 Reviewed by ILSA SHARP 4 Brave, honourable and intelligent young Japanese (1230 words)
      • Good for nibbling or poring over [Articles + Illustrations]
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        • NEWSWATCH BOOK
        Good for nibbling or poring over THE NEWSWATCH BOOK Edited by V. Gopalakrishnan and Myrna Thomas-Baskaran Published jointly by Margo International Private Ltd and the Singapore Broadcasting Corporation, 1984. 160 pages. $23 Reviewed by IRENE PATES 41 like the first part which contains stories of young people although I found (1095 words)
      • Why sports and festivals were taken out [Articles]
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        Why sports and festivals were taken out ITS a book that's meant to help children. ..and adults... understand the news better. The Nev swatch Book is a direct spin-off from the children's news programme, produced by the Singapore Broadcasting Corporation The idea was broached by Catherine Lim, one of the (464 words)
    • Page 6 Advertisements
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        Big Renovation Clearance I All furniture are clearing at mhr We are sure that you will not ask for^ possible costs in towrr J*,."* «ii wAft^ T^fcW .^j fWMmm^fiifw M Mb &SHm^^**+*~ M mmmmml mm\ 1# i^^^^ j/ Mi" •^BlT^^^^B&h^^^f i# BBi 1/ *^i t ■p<%gg^*^^ HKk 8888 m mm (172 words)
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        BROADWAY BEDOK REGAL MAJESTIC GALA |< LEISURE-DROME KONG CHIAN GOt DEN CITY I X 2nd BIG WEEK! |J GOLDEN SULTAN ODEON-KATONG JURONG DRIVE-IN J} Also TONIGHT MIDNIGHT At 9 BROADWAY BEDOK REGAL MAJESTIC GALA JK[ TOMORROW MORNING SHOW AT BROADWAY BEDOK REGAL MAJESTIC KONG CHIAN 8 (Cash Bookings Onlv/No Free (400 words)
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        ooooooocxxxxxtooooooooooooo 2nd WEEK 8 ORCHARD THEATRE I j TOGETHER, THEY'RE 1 J jSJ I > (j> JSi Jj WDP [POLBV STEREO] 8 BJ. JOHNTRAVOLTA-OLIVIA NEWTONJOHN a Featuring 2 hit songs "Twist Of Fate" j i g "Take A Chance" < gODEON: HURRY! HURRY! LAST DAYS; 8 BROOKE SHIELDS s he (132 words)
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        1 1 Magnificent j i i Color Lab I 1 B spells 1 KODAK E < i pb w Q U Magnificent Color Lab believes in the complete Kodak treatment P i i for your picture; Kodak paper, H Kodak chemicals and Kodak printers. P ifl 3R-250 I I SR-800 (344 words)
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        i Season" Extended!" 2nd week; irADITAT (XXXXX59) 5 SHOWS: I VafmlTJl JL WAJ Ham, 1.45, 4.00,6.30,9.15 I It took the combined talents of 1 4 TOP Directors to bring you H k^l ngfftJij 11 .iM 1 i I 1 a TL#*** Vh^3C3B nXI al B^bk ■BHBaflHMbpSb O '^1 I b^bV (415 words)
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    • LEISURE
      • 60 celebrate with Roman [Articles + Illustrations]
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        60 celebrate with Roman NANCY KOH By "Ooh, his powerful voice! aah, his gorgeous clothes! mmm, his camp artistry!" Just your everyday adoration from Singapore's Roman Tarn fan club. HE loves curry fishhead, the hotter the better. He is a hearty eater. He is a heavy smoker. He drinks his (978 words)
      • French pianist dazzles [Articles + Illustrations]
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        French pianist dazzles SSO FIRST SERIES SUBSCRIPTION CONCERTS Soloist: Bernard Ringeissen Victoria Concert Hall, Feb 10 Reviewed by LUO LIAN PIN INSTEAD of the usual concerto item, two shorter concert works were featured last weekend Mendelssohn's Capriccio Brillante for Piano and Orchestra in B minor 0p.22 and Gershwin's Rhapsody in (443 words)
      • The poet laureate of Motown [Articles]
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        The poet laureate of Motown DUDLEY RANDALL, in the tradition of Chaucer, Tennyson and Masefield, is a poet laureate. Randall, though, is the poet laureate of Detroit. "But those gentlemen who were poet laureates of Britain," said the 70-year-old, "really had a rough job. Me, I got all of Detroit (545 words)
      • Those games we used to play... [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Those games we used to play... LONG KUM THONG By Saturday with... Childhood friends meet, and their memories drift into the past. Into carefree young days and boyish antics now gone forever. A CHILDHOOD friend lent a helping hand in painting my house the other weekend, someone whom I see (804 words)
      • Variety shows to help strengthen Causeway ties [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Variety shows to help strengthen Causeway ties Kannan Chandran Round-up by TV and radio Asean TV ties IN A bid to pioneer strong ties among TV stations in Asean, our Singapore Broadcasting Corporation (SBC) and Radio and TV Malaysia (RTM) have joined forces to create a series of four Malay (495 words)
      • Rich songs, poor writers [Articles]
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        • UPI
        Rich songs, poor writers ROBERT MUSEL By in Cannes, France MOVE over Mozart. Back up Beethoven. Make room for a new generation of composers struggling to earn a living from their talents. More than 7,000 music executives and others involved in writing, recording and distributing the music of today left (569 words)
    • Page 9 Advertisements
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        f "1 A Double Star Attrodion Ik Singapore's Very Own Superstar l m m Kill' B^^^^^B Lk X If- lijQSHsii Jm SB l^i aßs Svs) Introducing SHURE S CK^new line erf Hi-Fi Phono Cartridgres. VISTypeV-MR- 1 1 MLl4oHEf^|^ |K^m|H|^ MIIOHE-lMjtoSßßte^ VlsTypeV-B I zmsM* MLI2OHE te m nrltl VlsTypeV-P- I 1 (196 words)
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        What's on ALICE ARTZT A Concerto in D, Op 35. Resource Centre, Mon- photographs taken by 19Music for Everyone reci- Victoria Concert Hall, Fri, 10 a.m. -5.30 p.m. year-old Wendy Chan. tol. This world-renowned today and tomorrow, 8.15 Till Feb 29. Prices from $XXXXX0 BisAmencan classical guita- p.m. Tickets $4, (396 words)
    • Page 10 Advertisements
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        APPOINTMENTS/NOTICES MBEMMBBPIW Telex Service: CT.UTC STANTS OCMftfti RS EAD f -50-;; Sales Service: I— Mimn Tel: XXXXX11 ext 2724-7 2669 Address: Appointments Notices Section TIMES PUBLISHING BHD Times House 390, Kim Seng Road Singapore 0923 APPOINTMENTS V T Management Consultants Pie Ltd Management Consultants in a wide range of services (988 words)
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        Min. Charges: Straits Times: 5571.25 Sunday Times: 5573.20 Rates: Straits Times: 5523.75 psc. cm. Sunday Times: 5524.40 psc. cm. Box Service: Collected: S$ 5.00 Posted: Sslo.oo [UNITED WORLD COLLEGE OF SOUTH EAST ASIA SINGAPORE The united world College of south East Asia offers a secondary education to boys and girls (798 words)
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        Coopers &LyDr3nU Associates provides a comprehensive range of management consultancy services aimed at helping clients increase the effectiveness and profitability of their organisation. These services include Corporate Development, Organisation Planning, Financial Control and Management Information Systems, Investment Planning and Appraisal, Electronic Data Processing, Manufacturing and Distribution Systems, Executive Selection, Marketing (842 words)
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        APPOINTMENTS RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT f CORPORATION (PTE) LTD I Leading supplier in granite aggregate, sand, bricks, asphalt M premix, ready mixed concrete and a civil engineering m contractor. 1 We invite applications for the following vacancies: jj 1. PLANT ENGINEER I 2. QUALITY CONTROL I OFFICER I 3. BUSINESS ANALYST 4. (528 words)
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        Bourns, Inc. a progressive, multinational, high-tech company and a leader in the field of electronic components, transducer instruments, optics, and transformers has a newly created ground-floor sales management opportunity based in Singapore. Your primary responsibilities will include: Overseeing agent sales activity in Southeast Asia, excluding Japan. Assessing agent districts and (805 words)
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        Credit Manager <es 4020D Salary: Circa $80,000 per annum Our client is a large European bank which has recently established an offshore branch in Singapore with responsibility for tne Asia-Pacific region. It now requires a well experienced and highly motivated individual to fill the position of Credit Manager. The Credit (684 words)
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        We are part of a conglomerate of companies. We are still growing and our expansion plans require aiCONTRACTS MANAGER Candidates should possess a Diploma in Civil/Structural Engineering from a recognised Polytechnic OR a Diploma/ degree in quantity surveying. At least 6 years post graduate experience in tendering, pricing, evaluating, and (354 words)
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        APPOINTMENTS THE LAST WORD IN M SMALL DISK STORAGE Bg E I Maxtor is the leading U.S. high technology company that WBBm >-: shocked the computer industry with 143 Megabyte and 380 iHw Megabyte storage capacity 5' 4-inch Winchester rigid disk drives. BBi| Maxtor is growing fast and here is (709 words)
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        C """^j An established organisation engaged in the manufacture and sales of household and kitchenwares seeks the i services of the following personnel: RETAIL MANAGER The incumbent will be responsible for the efficient operation and f profitability as well as administrative matters of two established retail outlets. To be successful (700 words)
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        I TECHNICAL SALES REPRESENTATIVE I MALAYSIA I B We are a leading distributor of high performance and quality Industrial Fittings and B| B Valves servicing the Instrumentation and Process Control Industries. B B We are seeking a Technical Sales Representative to expand our sales and servia Wt Malaysia based in (992 words)
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        APPOINTMENTS P5 Progressive Manufacturing Firm wishes to P^fl appoint a: II PRODUCT ■I DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVE fll to market a well-known and established I r* brand of consumer products. S: I The successful candidate should be self-motivated. He H 5 should preferably have working experience in the sales fi y* or (687 words)
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        R&D ENGINEERS ?r Put your talents where the rewards are ?7 ¥Ao% HEWLETT fCk J? WEM PACKARD 5< 7^ believes in the policy of acknowledging your *A p» capabilities with the right creative environment to p y work in, the freedom to meet your goals and the r %s incentive (816 words)
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        I SSmSE Engineering I Sembawang Engineering, Singapore, well-known in the engineering and fabrication of oil Wjjjmi I and gas equipment, modules and other marine structures, is expanding its business I U operations in Malaysia and Indonesia. As a result, the following personnel are required: I senior managefMßMHMM I Qualification gP (1080 words)
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        APPOINTMENTS Hi PHILIPS iii'i Working towards a better tomorrow We are very selective about our staff. We v.ant only the right people to be part of our large and established multi-national organisation which is in the forefront of the electronic technology. Our organisation manufactures and exports electrical and electronic equipment (758 words)
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        r^WREER 1 V^ uhihthe PUBLIC UTILITIES BOHRD The PUB is looking for suitably qualified persons to join the Board. The following posts are available. Final year students may also (B) PLANNING OFFICER (C) ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER (D) QUANTITY SURVEYOR (E) EXECUTIVE OFFICER (F) FINANCE ASSISTANT A ENGINEER (Gross Salary $1701-4413 pm) (713 words)
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        COMPUTER GRAPHICS OPPORTUNITIES 1^ jLfffjfffßßL Intergraph Systems (S.E.A.) Pte Ltd is the South East Asia subsaarv c< mK^^^_\^^^^/ "A INTERGRAPH CORPORATION, recognises as the industry leader m CAD/CAM (Computer Aided Designs/Computer Aidec Manufacturers). MAPPING PETROLEUM anc STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING applications. To meet its expansion needs m Singapore suitably qualified personnel are (864 words)
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        lAn International Foundation and Civil I I Engineering Contractor invites applications for I I the following positions to expand its activities I I in Singapore. J| I Senior Engineer I I The position is essentially office-basea and I I requires that the successful candidate seeks I I out enquiries, develops (526 words)
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        APPOINTMENTS CARLEE ELECTRONICS PTE LTD I We are a young and progressive electronics manufacturing concern fl ser\'icmg the Computer. Industry and we offer the following fl opportunities for the right candidates. 8 Production Engineer I A recognised Degree in Production Engineering or Computer fl Sconce H •1 -2 years' relevant (581 words)
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        /i% BANK TELLERS flf B Join POSB for a satisfying career as BANK TELLERS jßf- We offer attractive salary fringe benefits and the opportunity to grow with fl^L_ m The ideal candidate Pieaseappiy in writinq with full personal fl A M m> KjUTeVT Singapore citizen particulars, qualifications, experience fl MA. (586 words)
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        r PHILIPS I FOR A BETTER TOMORROW life are a large multi-national organisation in the forefront of electronic technology. We YYhave in Singapore significant manufacturing as well as marketing activities covering a diversified range of products from consumer electronics and appliances to sophisticated professional equipment and systems. We now seek (756 words)
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        APPOINTMENTS GENERAL OELECTRIC0 ELECTRIC I USA 9 Shaping professional careers I at General Electric 9 What about you? I Ot all the values we seek to foster, personal 9 j excellence is the most important. We have great 9 expectations for what can take place when 9 people :ire challenged (742 words)
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        i SINGAPORE AIRPORT TERMINAL SERVICES SATS, a wholly-owned subsidiary ol SIA. is.in < airline servicing compart) established morethan 35 years ago "Service* is our businessand this we provide as handling agent to no fewer than 27 j scheduled airlines and several ad-hoc operators i operating through Singapore. lo do this, (680 words)
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        J^ BIH^HBiHiIHH DIGITAL EQUIPMENT CORPORATION is the second l argesx computer manu Ay wk\\ K9 BB S3 W^M Bw f^cturer in the world and a multi-national leader in the manufa< tare, .s..</< j i ml li IMM Ttk I■■ I H T*\ I I ancl servicin 9 °f mini-computers. Arising (885 words)
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        REDA PUMP CO. (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD. an affiliate of TRW m :^B Reda Pump Division (U.S.) the world's leading manufacturer of jjK submergible oil well pumps, is expanding its Singapore facility. We are looking for individuals who are seeking a professional JKI challenge and would like to join a team (582 words)
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        APPOINTMENTS Singapore Refining Company Invites suitably qualified and experienced candidates to apply for the following positions:— CLERK (PRODUCTION PLANNING) This job involves the control of the movement of processed feedstock and their apportionment. This Is an Interesting job as the clerk will be required to handle and co-ordinate the documentation (764 words)
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        I Tractors Singapore Limited 1 B A member of the Sime Darby Group I m To cope with our expansion programme in the construction, 9 marine, petroleum and industrial equipment business and the handling of new franchises, Tractors Singapore Limited H and its Division, Associated Tractors Singapore, invite quali--9 fied, (746 words)
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        f DEPUTY GENERAL MANAGER 1 1 up to $120,000 p.a. plus car 1 THE ORGANISATION THE REWARD B We are a major and progressive organisation The above appointment otters excellent career B providing a wide spectrum of financial services prospects as well as a competitive salary I B to industrial (995 words)
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        APPOINTMENTS \M Johorßahai intot naticxvii As«a. Pacific invites applications tor the following positions > SALES EXECUTIVE A female candidate between the age group of 23 and 30 years preferred She will assist the Sales Manager in implementing the hotel's sales and marketing strategies, and must be able to work independently (743 words)
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        BAILIFF'S SALE In The Subordinate Courts Of The Republic Of Singapore Writ of Seizure Sale No. 3329/83 In the Cause of The Chartered Bank Visa Card Centre ..Plaintiff versus 1. Victor FOlsen 2. Joy AOlsen (m.w.) ..Defendants Auction sale of Household furniture, video cassette recorder, TV etc TO BE HELD (198 words)
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        NOTICES f ANNOUNCEMENT 1 we, Mr. and Mrs. Seow Neon Swee of 122A, I I Tanah Merah Besar Lane, Singapore, wish to inform the public that I I we hereby disown our sons: B H Siow Ah Ngiew (Ah Siow) and I 8 Siaw Ah Neo (Peter) I Band request (793 words)
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        COMICS GARFIELD EynmDmrU I WHAT IF THERE WERE NEVER 1 1 f^~ THE PA VINCI KIP6 A LEONARDO PSA VINCI I WOOL P WAVE X_ S 1 f^ V BEEN ORPHANS y 7^ f r^3 TTMATWOOLPj > rJ STAR WARS By Archie Goodwin &Al Williamson WE'RE PPCPPIN'OUT OP *SYo£RSt»ce, k\M^ (291 words)
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        APPOINTMENTS TEXAS /\m^ INSTRUMBNTS SINGAPORE > Invites you to join us in our fast expansion program as: PRODUCT The Job Failure analysis and characterisation of MOS state-of-the-art semiconductor chips for: a) Yield improvements b) Upgrading the hardware and software of test equipment Development of new test techniques Simplication of test (487 words)
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        f PHILIPS I IA/ e are a ar 9 e rnulti-nationa! organisation, Vw manufacturing and exporting electrical and electronic products and equipment to more than 1 20 countries throughout the world We seek the services of mature and dynamic individuals to fill the positions of: INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS The Job: To (632 words)
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        COMICS gf Mr Kj f\i W \s m, J3 v "Viiu />ou sl re\ I it's Always interesting I 2 /fl make tmat g LEAD AN TO SEE MOuJ TME V/ONE-EIGHTHy f EASV J OTHER MALF LIVES j I Jtm AJN >y aW JL -BjT Glut BEETLE BAILEY Bjr m«« (426 words)
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        APPOINTMENT'S iunmm) asonomcf invites applications for the post of: I ENGINEERING I ASSISTANT (Industrial Engineering Department) Requirements: Diploma in Production/Mechanical Engineering or relevant qualification Preferably 1 year working experience in Industrial Engineering Department Knowledge in M-TM 2, Work-Study and jigs fixtures I DOCUMENTATION I CLERK I Requirements: Min GCE 'O' (225 words)
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        II We are a young, growing and caring US- |R gxl based Company manufactunng high-quality IM «l electronic and electro-mechanical com- lEg Km ponents and subsystems. We now have a Ira Bl CHALLENGING OPPORTUNITY for nl an experienced, results-oriented and com- IS mI petent Materials Control Supervisor. l| Bl Reporting (355 words)
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        I UIC COMPUTER SYSTEMS (A Member of the UIC Group of Companies) VH^H B To support our expansion plan to market our 1 B BUSINESS MICRO-COMPUTERS and Ml services to the region, we require energetic and motivated individuals to join our team B F SALES ENGINEERS! I University graduates or (231 words)
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        APPOINTMENTS f PROGRAMMERS f I SYSTEMS ANALYSTS I I COMPUTER CONSULTANTS I We are part of a large firm, with offices worldwide, offering a 9 H wide range of management consultancy services to clients. 9 We wish to recruit a number of staff at both junior and senior 9 levels. (362 words)
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        PHILIPS DOMESTIC APPLIANCES FACTORY T Applications are invited from suitably W qualified young men to fill the vacancy of:- j THE JOB involves:- y negotiation of competitive prices for major component parts from local and oversea suppliers independent correspondence with suppliers attending to suppliers' problems developing of second sourcing updating (288 words)
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        I A multi-national company based in I Singapore invites suitably qualified personnel to apply for the following post SALES/SOFTWARE ENGINEERS Experience Applicants should preferably have several years of sales/applications experience with electronics testing equipment or equivalent. He/she must have pleasant personality and possess good written and spoken communication skills. Qualification (402 words)
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        NOTICES fk\ KUALA LUMPUR JS^L KEPQNG BERHAD (Incorporated in Malaysia) NOTICE OF MEETING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Eleventh Annual General Meeting of the Company will be held at the registered office. Ladang Pinji, Lahat. Perak on Monday. 12th March. 1984 at 12 15 p. m t O r (353 words)
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        ADDENDUM RE: Companies Winding L'p No 25 84 (arrian Services (S) Pte Ltd (S.T. 15.2.84) The above company should read as "Carriar Travel Ser\ j ices (Si Fie Lid The error is regretted. Iher WORLD ta Good Looking Great Reading (40 words)
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        NDUR VEWING AND USTENING GUIDE «tf_ rsßcs i a princely kiss, a broken spell n^oiirzz] inn o»j r_. jb_ Lr L u 5>58 AM National Anthem Summary 2.%i Dailv Sen--1.00 PM Opening and Programme Highlights followed followed by Opening An al 2.31 The Tcp Ten 3.M by Sesame Street The (1728 words)
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