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The Straits Times Estd. 1845 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1984 40 CENTS M.C. (P) No. 62/1/84

Umno-Pas debate is off [ARTICLE]

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Umno-Pas debate is off Neither party has the right to decide on issue of infidels, say Rulers Z Only the Council of Rulers acting on the advice of the National Fatwa (religious ruling) Council can make such a deci- m sion. The Keeper of the Rulers' Seal, Datuk Ahmad Zainal

Prem defends baht action [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Prem defends baht action NANCY CHNG By Bangkok Correspondent BANGKOK, Thurs. Prime Minister Prem Tinsulanonda, locked in a confrontation with his top military men over a devaluation of the baht, today defended his action as necessary for Thailand's future economic security Returning to work after a month-long absence due to

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SOMARE ORDERS USE OF TROOPS [ARTICLE]

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SOMARE ORDERS USE OF TROOPS PORT MORESBY, Than. Prime Minister Michael Somare tonight ordered the use of troops to stop Illegal crossings across Papua New Guinea's border with Indonesia's Irian Java province following reports of clashes between separatist rebels and Indonesian forces. Renter. SEE BACK PAGE

Former newsman tipped to be PAP candidate [ARTICLE]

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Former newsman tipped to be PAP candidate THE People's Action Party is likely to field a former journalist as its new election candidate in Jalan Kayu. Key grassroots leaders in the constituency have already been introduced to the new face likely to be included in the PAP's election line-up. He

Each zone of Singapore River to keep its character [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Each zone of Singapore River to keep its character SAM RAN By PLANS are being drawn up to redevelop the area along the Singapore River to enhance its unique character. A study is being done on how to revitalise the river and riyerbanks to attract Singaporeans and tourists alike. For

Rocky road ahead for Reagan bid to cut deficit [ARTICLE]

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Rocky road ahead for Reagan bid to cut deficit LIAK TENG KIAT By Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON, Thurs. After a brief pause to savour the euphoria of his overwhelming electoral victory, President Ronald Reagan today faced the reality of possibly major difficulties in achieving his goal of reducing the massive US

ST Index 11 pts down [ARTICLE]

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ST Index 11 pts down THE big win by Ronald Reagan at the US presidential elections and lower prime rates failed to improve local market sentiment yesterday. Instead, local stocks drifted lower in line with the heavy overnight fall of 11 points on Wall Street. The Straits Times Industrial Index

A well-deserved verdict, says PM in his message [ARTICLE]

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A well-deserved verdict, says PM in his message THE Prime Minister has sent his congratulations to Mr Ronald Reagan on his victory In Tuesday's presidential elections. "My warmest congratulations on your stupendous victory/' Mr Lee's message began. "It is a well-deserved verdict on a fear-year record of outstanding leadership which

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Home [ARTICLE]

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Home Quiet- working MPs JUST because debates in Parliament are tame doesn't mean that MPs have an easy time. People's Action Party elections candidate BrigadierGeneral (Reservist) Lee Hsien Loong believes that there is more to an MP's job than meets the eye. In a speech he made at the PAP's

Around the world [ARTICLE]

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Around the world Running for history PRESIDENT Ronald Reagan has the unique opportunity to shape American foreign policy in the next four years, former* US Secretary of State Dr Henry Kissinger has said. He argued that Mr Reagan's second term meant he could "could run for nistory since he would

Comment [ARTICLE]

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Comment THE STRAITS TIMES SAYS: THE task force on female participation in the labour force has come up with a set of recommendations which are bold and comprehensive. Its approach is sober and realistic. Most of its recommendations are implementable, given the right posh. The crux of the problem is

Background [ARTICLE]

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Background GRIM GRIMETHORPE (JRIMETHORPE a grimy mining village in south Yorkshire, has been battered by the nine-month-old mineworkers' strike. It has had to depend on the borough council, dominated by the opposition Labour Party, which has been sending almost $50,000 a week to the village in direct aid. But the

Timesdollar [ARTICLE]

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Timesdollar LOCAL ADVERTISING AT VIRTUAL STANDSTILL THERE has been virtually no growth at all in total advertising expenditure for the first nine months of this year compared with the same period last year, says the latest Survey Re search Singapore advertising expenditure ADEX report. And next year, say two advertising

Timesport [ARTICLE]

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Timesport Italians dominate ITALIAN clubs' massive investments in imported football talent paid off in Wednesday night's European club matches. Frenchman Michel Platini scored two goals against Swiss side Grasshoppers to make sure his Ju vent us side won their tie in the European Cup competition; Brazilian Roberto Falcao scored the

Asean: Across the Causeway [ARTICLE]

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Asean: Across the Causeway Full accountability AU. spending by government departments, agencies and statutory bodies will be accountable to the government, the Prime Minister, Datuk Sen Dr Mahathir Mohamad, said. This was because the government wanted to know whether spending had been made with all care. Dr Mahathir also said

Around Asean [ARTICLE]

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Around Asean Team to study trade INDONESIAN President Suharto has ordered the formation of a coordinating team to increase Indonesia's trade with Eastern Europe. The team, to be lead by the Coordinating Minister for Econo^ my, Finance and Industry, Prof Ali. Wardhana, will study which commodities could be exported to

Section Two [ARTICLE]

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Section Two In record time THE contract was to build 15,000 Housing Board flats in seven years, or in 20 per cent less than the time ordinarily needed. The plan was to complete 2,750 of the flats a year using industrialised methods meaning that part of the work usually done

Section Three [ARTICLE]

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Section Three In the flesh ACTOR Ke Junxiong is a gentleman in real life, despite his silver screen reputation of being an illtempered and heartless lover and chauvinistic husband. Here for a charity show, he speaks to KOH SEEW TIN about his career, first as an actor and then as

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Former fisherman builds submarine [ARTICLE]

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Former fisherman builds submarine AS SUBMARINES go, Polaris and Trident and Victor-class leviathans are just not Ned Jago's cap of tea. So the 47-year-old former fisherman built his own submarine in his backyard at "Honiton in Britain. At just under three metres in length, the 1.5 metre high battery-driven sub

Taxpayers in NZ hit by tough Budget [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Taxpayers in NZ hit by tough Budget Up income tax and duty on cigarettes and alcohol WELLINGTON, Thurs. 6 NEW Zealand, once one of the world's richest countries on a per capita basis, is presently an economic disaster rone. We have laboured under an overvalued exchange rate, an out of

Threats force firm to close plants [ARTICLE]

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Threats force firm to close plants Peter Hazelhurst By Tokyo Correspondent TOKYO, Thurs. Confronted with the threat of extortioners, Japan's third largest maker of sweets has closed down its production plants and will dismiss all part-time workers this week. A spokesman for the Morinaga confectionery company said sales had fallen

Directors forgo bonus, execs take salary cut [ARTICLE]

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Directors forgo bonus, execs take salary cut Fuji Bank's $103 million forex loss NEW YORK, Thurs. THE directors of Fuji Bank have agreed to forgo their annual bonuses after learning yesterday that the bank had lost about US$4B million (XXXXX. 2 million) through unauthorised foreign exchange trading by its chief

World briefs

125 missing [ARTICLE]

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125 missing ABOUT 12S schoolchildren were missing on Wednesday after a rope bridge collapsed over a swollen stream in a mountain region of the southern state of Kerala, the Press Trust of India reported. The United News of India said at least 14 children died in the stream. Police said

Dramatic victory [ARTICLE]

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Dramatic victory AUSTRIA, in a dramatic match during which one of its players collapsed, leaving his partner to play alone, defeated the United States on the second last deal of the 64-board quarter-final of the World Bridge Olympiad in Seattle on Wednesday. The US led by a small margin through

No cover-up [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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No cover-up BRITISH DEFENCE Minister Michael Heseltine denied in London on Wednesday there was a government cover-up over the sinking of the Argentine warship General Belgrano (above) in the 1982 Falklands War. He was testifying before a parliamentary foreign affairs committee on the day a national newspaper revealed that a

'Hundreds executed' [ARTICLE]

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'Hundreds executed' GOVERNMENT FORCES in southern Chad have carried out hundreds of summary executions in the past two months, killing prisoners in custody and shooting unarmed civilians at random, Amnesty International said in London yesterday. The worldwide human rights organisation said the killings in the central African nation had been

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Reagan's unusual and historic chance [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Reagan's unusual and historic chance LILLIAN CHEW He can shape US foreign policy, says Kissinger By Washington Correspondent Reagan's second term 4 Reagan has pretty well convinced the people of •or country that everything is OK. That It is OK to have confrontation far (our yean with the Soviet I

Reagan, Chernenko exchange messages of conciliation [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Reagan, Chernenko exchange messages of conciliation sfsf MOSCOW, Thursday THE top Soviet leadership in the Kremlin wasted no time in seeking better relations with the newly reelected administration of President Ronald Reagan. A day after Mr Reagan's landslide win over Democrat Walter Mondale, the Kremlin offered its conciliatory gesture in

In brief

Record turnout [ARTICLE]

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Record turnout THE TURNOUT for Tuesday's election, in which more than 89 million ballots were cast, was a record for a US presidential contest, according to preliminary figures from election officials. Prior to the election, the Census Bureau estimated that 174 million people were eligible, which means the turnout v

Goldwater's next head [ARTICLE]

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Goldwater's next head REPUBLICAN SENATOR Barry Goldwater, a staunch supporter of the US military, is in line to become head of the Senate Armed Services Committee next year. The present chairman, Texan John Tower, is retiring from the Senate and Mr Goldwater is next in seniority. Mr Goldwater 's office

Spot-on poll [ARTICLE]

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Spot-on poll THE AMERICAN public opinion polls were all correct in predicting a landslide victory for Mr Reagan, but only one, the Gallup Poll, guessed the exact margin: 18 per cent. Spokesmen for the Roper Institute, which predicted a 10-point victory, and the Louis Harris Poll, which predicted a 12-point

For a united Korea [ARTICLE]

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For a united Korea MR REAGAN said on Wednesday that the US supported moves towards the reunification of North and South Korea. Mr Reagan said Washington had encouraged recent discussions between the communist North and pro-US South aimed at producing a combined Korean team to compete in the Olympic Games

Japan's hope [ARTICLE]

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Japan's hope JAPANESE FOREIGN Minister Shintaro Abe expressed hope yesterday that Mr Reagan would show "positive leadership" in his second administration to reopen disarmament talks with the Soviet Union, solve regional conflicts and keep the world economic recovery on track. Speaking at the Foreign Correspondents Club. Mr Abe said US-

Malaysia's congrats [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Malaysia's congrats THE MALAYSIAN government yesterday congratulated Mr Ronald Reagan on his re-election, describing him as one American leader who realises the importance and potential of this region strategically as well as economically. Foreign Minister Tengku Ahmad Rithauddeen said in a statement that Mr Reagan's overwhelming victory was testimony to

Obstacle removed [ARTICLE]

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Obstacle removed LIAK TENG KIAT THE REAGAN landslide removed from office one of the key congressional obstacles to the administration's policy on Nicaragua. Democrat Clarence Long, chairman of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Foreign Operations, lost his bid for a seventh term in the House. By

Vietnamese rebuke [ARTICLE]

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Vietnamese rebuke MR REAGAN'S election victory did not mean that most Americans love or have confidence in him, the Vietnamese Communist Party newspaper Nhan Dan said yesterday. 'The American people had no freedom of choice," Nhan Dan said in an editorial. Mr Reagan's re-election meant that mankind must be vigilant

Presidential hopefuls for '88 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Presidential hopefuls for '88 WASHINGTON, Thurs. Voting stations for the US presidential election had not yet closed on Tuesday when New York mayor Edward Koch told a group of visiting dignitaries: "I'm sure the next election will begin tomorrow." They had, in fact, begun long before, with a gallery of

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Mondale knew it was 'tough race' from the beginning [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mondale knew it was 'tough race' from the beginning PETER BARNARD By Straits Times Correspondent covering the US Elections 4 FROM the very beginning of my campaign for the nomination, I seemed to have trouble convincing young Americans and others whom I had the vision for the future that I

What Asian papers say [ARTICLE]

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What Asian papers say 4 AS FAR as South-east Asia is concerned we urge the new Reagan administration to take a more dynamic and flexible approach to our region and give more than just a pat on the back to Asean. The United States' reliance on a strategic triangle, anchored

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Ustinov too ill to attend parade [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ustinov too ill to attend parade MOSCOW, Thurs. Defence Minister Dmitri Ustinov, who has not been seen in public for six weeks, failed to attend the annual Red Square military parade yesterday because of illness. Soviet officials said. Marshal Ustinov, 76, has been absent from public view since Sept Si

Senator invited for trip into space [ARTICLE]

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Senator invited for trip into space WASHINGTON, Thurs. Republican Senator Jake Garn of Utah has been invited to go along on a future space shuttle mission, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa) announced yesterday. Sen Garn, a former United States Navy pilot with more than 10,000 flight hours, has

Bomb attack [ARTICLE]

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Bomb attack COLOMBO, Thurs. Separatist guerillas yesterday hurled bombs at an army convoy in Jaffna but security forces fired back, wounding at least two guerillas, police said today. Reuter

Don't give Managua MiGs, warns US [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Don't give Managua MiGs, warns US WASHINGTON, Thurs THE Reagan administration has warned Moscow not to supply advanced warplanes to Nicaragua. It says it is watching to see if a Soviet freighter has delivered MiG-21s to the port of Corinto. President Ronald Reagan said the planes would make Managua a

I'm not involved in Flick affair: Kohl [ARTICLE]

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I'm not involved in Flick affair: Kohl BONN, Thurs CHANCELLOR Helmut Kohl yesterday denied any wrongdoing in the Flick political payoffs scandal but acknowledged that he received cash-stuffed envelopes from the company on three occasions. Chancellor Kohl also firmly rejected allegations that he had any influence on a West German

Man sees Reagan film 57 times [ARTICLE]

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Man sees Reagan film 57 times MONTREAL, Thurs. A Montreal cinema usher is claiming a new world record for watching boring 01ms he sat through 57 consecutive showings of the old Ronald Reagan feature, Bedtime for Bonze. The 1952 film featured Mr Reagan as a psychology professor and convict's son

Dutch Parliament says 'yes' to pornography [ARTICLE]

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Dutch Parliament says 'yes' to pornography AMSTERDAM, Thurs. The Dutch Parliament's Lower House voted on Tuesday to legalise the production and sale of pornography, making the measure virtually certain of reaching the statute book. The move, proposed by the government, will sfill outlaw the sale of pornography to underlies and

Police patrol towns hit by violence [ARTICLE]

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Police patrol towns hit by violence JOHANNESBURG. Thurs. Police today patrolled Black townships where an anti-apartheid strike had triggered off the worst racial violence in two months of protests against the White minority government of South Africa. Hundreds of thousands of Blacks yesterday ended the two-day strike, which left 23

Price and pay freeze under fire [ARTICLE]

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Price and pay freeze under fire JERUSALEM, Thursday ISRAEL'S three-month wage and price freeze came under growing criticism yesterday, with several ministers in the coalition government warning that it could lead to a serious deterioration in the balance of payments. Since the scheme began this week, the Bank of Israel

Smuggled relics [ARTICLE]

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Smuggled relics ISLAMABAD, Thurs. Customs officials said they seized archaeological relics that were being smuggled from Afghanistan into Pakistan by truck yesterday, the official Associated Press of Pakistan news agency reported. The news agency said the relics hidden in drums labelled "medicinal herb" included 79 gold and silver goblets, bowls,

Where a fortune is spent on cosmetics [ARTICLE]

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Where a fortune is spent on cosmetics MANAMA, Thars. Wkile women la many Arab countries are using the veil to cover their faces, the women in Bahrain are spending heavily on cosmetics to highlight theirs. The Image of the traditional Arab female cracks In the mirrors of beauty-conscious women here

Israeli pullout talks begin [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Israeli pullout talks begin Heavy security as delegates arrive BEIRUT, Thurs. Israel and Lebanon started talks today on a withdrawal of Israeli troops from south Lebanon, 29 months after Israel invaded Lebanon. Israeli and Lebanese military officers met at the headquarters of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (Unifil)

Libya planted mines Egypt has evidence [ARTICLE]

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Libya planted mines Egypt has evidence NEW YORK, Thursday EGYPTIAN intelligence has evidence that Libya planted mines in the Red Sea because Egypt refused to annul the 1979 Camp David Agreement with Israel, the newsletter Mideast Report said. In a recent interview, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak told the influential Kuwaiti

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Jakarta to step up Soviet bloc trade [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Jakarta to step up Soviet bloc trade Suharto orders formation of team to boost ties JAKARTA, Thurs. PRESIDENT Suharto has ordered the formation of a coordinating team to help boost Indonesia's economic and trade relations with Eastern Europe, Information Minister Harmoko said yesterday. Following a Cabinet meeting, Mr Harmoko said

Marcos declares emergency in typhoon-hit areas [ARTICLE]

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Marcos declares emergency in typhoon-hit areas MANILA, Thurs PRESIDENT Ferdinand Marcos today declared a state of emergency in six central Philippine provinces ravaged by typhoon Agnes. The head of the US Catholic Relief Services (CRS) said he expected the death toll to exceed 1,000. Mr Marcos' directive covers the provinces

Bangkok sends fresh troops to take back hill [ARTICLE]

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Bangkok sends fresh troops to take back hill BANGKOK, Thurs. Fresh Thai troops were sent today to retake a Vietnamese-occupied hill 2,000 metres inside Thailand as the two sides continued pounding each other with artillery fire. An army spokesman said air strikes would also be used against the Vietnamese in

Court orders: Free editor [ARTICLE]

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Court orders: Free editor MANILA, Thurs. The Philippine Supreme Court today ordered the release of a detained journalist who reported last year that the assassination of former senator Benigno Aquino was the result of a nigh-level military conspiracy. The court, in a surprise ruling, directed the immediate release of Rommel

Brunei to join EC-Asean pact [ARTICLE]

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Brunei to join EC-Asean pact BRUSSELS, Thurs. The European Community (EC) wants Brunei to join the cooperation agreement it has with Asean, a diplomatic source said here yesterday. Brunei joined Asean on Jan 7, to become its sixth member. Brunei has formally requested that the EC broaden the agreement to

Jailed spy pleads for clemency [ARTICLE]

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Jailed spy pleads for clemency JAKARTA, Thurs. A former Indonesian naval officer sentenced to 10 years' jail for selling secret information to the Soviet Union has pleaded for clemency to President Suharto, Antara news agency said yesterday. Johannes Batista Susdaryanto, 49, sentenced on Aug 22 by a military court, made

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All spending must be accounted for [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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All spending must be accounted for Stricter check on use of funds Mahathir KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. All spending by government departments, agencies and statutory bodies will now be accountable to the government. Announcing this. Prime Minister Datuk Sen Dr Mahathir Mohamad said the directive was issued because the government wanted

30 veteran Pas officials quit party [ARTICLE]

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30 veteran Pas officials quit party They're against 'extremist tendencies' of some leaders ALOR STAR. Thurs. Pas state assemblyman Said Yassin led 30 veteran Pas leaders in quitting the party en bloc yesterday to demonstrate their outrage against the extremist tendencies of some of the party leaders. The defection was

Asean states need more time to 'think Asean' Rithauddeen [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Asean states need more time to 'think Asean' Rithauddeen KUALA LUMPUR, Thursday IT WILL take time for Asean countries to "think Asean" and come out with more substantive economic cooperation, Foreign Affairs Minister Tengku Ahmad Rithauddeen said today This was because many sectors of Asean economies were competing with one

Drugs seized [ARTICLE]

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Drugs seized ALOR STAR, Thurs. Kedah and Perlis police seized 7.7 kg of raw opium and 850 gm of heroin and detained three men at Jitra, 20 km from here, last Tuesday. The drugs were recovered from a car which the three men, aged between 32 and 57, were travelling

Three give up [ARTICLE]

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Three give up KUCHING, Thurs. Three communist terrorists surrendered to the security forces while another was captured in Sarawak this year, Deputy Defence Minister Datuk Abang Abu Bakar Datu Bandar Abang Ha ii Mustapha disclosed this here today. Bernama

KL to act against subversive comic publishers [ARTICLE]

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KL to act against subversive comic publishers KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. THE government may use the Internal Security Act on publishers of subversive comic books if the situation gets beyond control. The Deputy Home Affairs Minister, Mr Radzi Sheikh Ahmad, has said that the government takes a serious view of the

Minister spells out role of sports programmes [ARTICLE]

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Minister spells out role of sports programmes SERDANG, Thurs. Sports programmes should help promote realisation of individual abilities and not the Mea of winning or losing, Culture, Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Dr Snlaimaa Haji Daud said today. He said at the opening of the Asean unlversiiles sports seminar here

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Communication is the key to a better future [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Communication is the key to a better future PAP biennial ordinary conference Present tough policies convincingly, says candidate EFFECTIVE communication between the government and the people is the key towards a better future for Singapore, Mr Yeo Cheow Tong told the PAP biennial conference. The party's election candidate for Hong

Three ways for mothers to rejoin labour force [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Three ways for mothers to rejoin labour force DR DIXIE Tan, the new PAP election candidate in Ulu Pandan, has suggested three ways for mothers to rejoin the labour force. First, they could be retrained. Second, share-a-job schemes could be introduced. Third, the neighbourhood wateh concept could be adapted for

More to an MP's job than meets the eye [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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More to an MP's job than meets the eye It's not just debates and speeches, says Hsien Loong TAME debates in Parliament do not mean that MPs are having an easy time. Debates aside, Brigadier-General (Reservist) Lee Hsien Loong believes that there is more in an MP's job than meets

The cup of tea that changed my life — Mah [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The cup of tea that changed my life Mah POLITICS and tea obviously can mix for Mr Mah Bow Tan, the PAP's new election candidate likely to stand in Potong Pasir. Reflecting on his entry into politics in his speech at the party's biennial conference, Mr Mah recalled one afternoon

Kaki Bukit MP to meet the people [ARTICLE]

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Kaki Bukit MP to meet the people THE MP for Kaki Bukit. Mr Saidi Shariff, will hold meet-the-people sessions every Tuesday and Friday nights. The Tuesday sessions will be held in the Eunos Education Centre at Block 616. Bedok Reservoir Road for residents of Blocks 601 to 603 and Blocks

Materials manager took $1.2 m in bribes [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Materials manager took $1.2 m in bribes NANCY LOH He withdrew business from those who didn't give 'commission' By ABOUT $12 million this is the amount a manager yesterday admitted taking in bribes from two suppliers over a seven-year period. And to get his way, Penu Mohan Singh, 46, had

September tourists hit new record [ARTICLE]

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September tourists hit new record Disabled get duties on ministry committees SEPTEMBER was a good month for tourists. It brought 239,438 visitors a new record for the month that was a healthy 4.1 per cent jump over arrivals in the same period last year. This number brings total tourist arrivals

Singapore will upgrade relations with Malaysia [ARTICLE]

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Singapore will upgrade relations with Malaysia SINGAPORE and Malaysia will upgrade their bilateral relations, Mr Eugene Yap, the Parliamentary Secretary (Labour), said yesterday. Mr Yap led a six-mem-ber delegation of MPs on a three-day goodwill visit to Malaysia. They returned home last evening. He said the visit had helped strengthen

Charged again with use of gun [ARTICLE]

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Charged again with use of gun A MAN, Ng Choon Kiat, 37, was charged again yesterday with using a revolver at a flat in Ang Mo Kio on April 1. Ng also faces another nine counts of robbery involving cash and valuables totalling $233,673, while he was armed with a

Open verdict on man found dead [ARTICLE]

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Open verdict on man found dead A CORONER recorded an open verdict on Wednesday on a 75-year-old man who was found dead at the foot of his block of flats hours after giving some money to his daughter and telling her his life was meaningless. Mr Toh Yui Ching was

Third suspect of burglary gang arrested [ARTICLE]

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Third suspect of burglary gang arrested A THIRD suspect of a five-man burglary gang that specialised in stealing from warehouses and godowns was arrested early yesterday. Detectives from Tanglin police station picked up the suspect at a house in Mohammed Sultan Road in a predawn swoop. Police investigations began after

Donate blood [ARTICLE]

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Donate blood GROUP blood donation sessions will be held on Monday at Jurong Vocational Institute from 9.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. and at the Nanyang Technological Institute from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

'Asia and Nato forging closer ties' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Asia and Nato forging closer ties' ALAN JOHN IRENE HOE The Singapore Lecture 1984 Stories by and ASIA and the Western Alliance are becoming increasingly important to each other as their economies become more closely linked and their strategic and political concerns intermingle. The Western countries are "increasingly reliant on

A salute to South-east Asia [ARTICLE]

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A salute to South-east Asia EXCERPTS 4 In more recent years, Sooth-east Asia has had to contend with a new chapter of conflict in Indochina unquestionably one of the bloodiest confrontations the world has known since the last great war and the addition of three new states to the so-called

Genuine Detente? [ARTICLE]

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Genuine Detente? 4 The Warsaw Pact countries continue to refer to the need for detente. The (Western) Allies, for their part, put the focus on the necessity of establishing genuine detente. The new phase in East-West relations which may now be emerging will almost certainly revolve around each side striving

Asean as a model of cooperation [ARTICLE]

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Asean as a model of cooperation 4 For the states of South-east Asia, the closeness of economic integration and political harmonLsation, such as has occurred, albeit imperfectly, in Western Europe, belongs to a distant future. It has leng been recognised by the leaders of Sooth-east Asia, however, that cooperation and

A man who speaks with aplomb on anything [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A man who speaks with aplomb on anything HE LOST the second last page of his speech Treatv Organisation to comment on his apprehension about^a rope shown by the suecess of the Green party in West Germany and tne radicalisation of the !5 ?S\ Ihift1 hift wdmeo oi int? smii

Man caught in ambush at car park [ARTICLE]

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Man caught in ambush at car park POLICE have ambushed a man believed to be behind venj. cles in P«PU lar car public car parks because of raided a flat in Kim Tian Place where some suspected Sth^.S worth $4,000, were recovered.

Taxi-drivers raise funds for temple [ARTICLE]

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Taxi-drivers raise funds for temple MORF than 200 taxidrivers at the Upper Thomson Road radio taxi This was to raise funds for #HSH The drive was flagged off by the abbot the RPVrrend Sek In Sit.

Target: 1,000 trained in child care [ARTICLE]

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Target: 1,000 trained in child care TONG YOKE THO Report from the Task Force on Female Participation in the Labour Force By SINGAPORE will need about 1,000 trained childcare professionals if the expected demand for 22,000 places in childcare centres by 1990 is to be met. These vacancies for professional

Childcare centres have to offer good service first [ARTICLE]

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Childcare centres have to offer good service first SERVICE in the childcare centres must meet a certain standard if working women are to be persuaded to send their children there. They also should have flexible hours, be housed in convenient locations and charge reasonable fees, said the task force report

Recommended staff-child ratio [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Recommended staff-child ratio Babies (2-18 months) 1:5 Toddlers (19 mths 3 years) 1:8 Nursery (3-4 yrs) 1:15 Kindergarten (4 6 yrs) 1:25

Singing the women back to work [ARTICLE]

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Singing the women back to work A CATCHY jtagle has been composed to woo women back to work. The sang, sung by Anita Sarawak, is the first of eight to be launched under a project to attract women back to the workforce. The organisers the National University of Singapore, the

Anti-climb fences along parkway to prevent accidents [ARTICLE]

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Anti-climb fences along parkway to prevent accidents ILENE ALESHIRE By ANTI-CLIMB fences are to be erected at one or more places along the East Coast Parkway central divider to stop pedestrians from crossing the road. The fencing, which costs about $60 a metre, is already in use below pedestrian overhead

Police are seeking man's help in murder [ARTICLE]

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Police are seeking man's help in murder POLICE are looking for a man whom they believe can help with Investigations into the murder of Interior designer Miss lim Kwee Huang. Miss Lira, 19, was found dead at the foot of Block 82, Kallang Bahru, last Friday at about 3 p.m.

Carriageway to open [ARTICLE]

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Carriageway to open THE Public Works Department has built a second carriageway for Jalan Bahar between Choa Chu Kang Road and Lorong Tawas. It can be used from 10 a.m. tomorrow.

Out — secret of magic trick that lasted 10 years [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Out secret of magic trick that lasted 10 years PAUL WEE By FOR 10 years, Rohaizat Kassim lived with a ball bearing in his nose, but he did not breathe a word about it to anyone. His freak little "secret" finally came out after doctors removed the tiny ball from

Creditors act to wind up Medical Digest [ARTICLE]

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Creditors act to wind up Medical Digest Monthly magazine ran out of money CREDITORS are taking action to wind up the husband-and-wife partnership of an ailing medical magazine. The four-year-old monthly Medical Digest, which publishes an English and Chinese edition, ran out of money and stopped publication in June. Since

A suite called James Michener [ARTICLE]

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A suite called James Michener FEW CM '/'aim to have a room named aiter then James Michener is on? who can. He is the 10th writer to have a Raffles Hotel suite named after him. Suite 114 in the hotel's Writer's Wing is now known as the James A. Michener

Monorail because of rain [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Monorail because of rain THE Sentosa monorail stalled on Tuesday with 42 passengers aboard when rain caused an electrical short-circuit of the system. It was the second time the monorail had stalled because of rain. A Sentosa Development Corporation spokesman said all the passengers were rescued from the stranded cars

Director 'would have known of bucketting' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Director 'would have known of bucketting' CHARMAINE CHAN The Broadview Commodities Case By The charges THE charges are: Loh Shak Maw, 45, managing director of the then Broadview Commodities Pte Ltd, faces 28 abetment-by-eons piracy-to-cheat charges, allegedly committed between December 1981 and August 1182, Involving $6.41 million. The prosecution is

Shangri-La's 'smile' wins an award [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Shangri-La's 'smile' wins an award sfsf SHANGRI-LA Hotel staff have good reason to be proud of their "smile". Their magazine, Smile, won the overall best inhouse newsletter award. The competition, organised by the National Productivity Board, drew 108 entries from various companies. Its aim is to encourage the production of

Tax expert Awther and son die in crash [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Tax expert Awther and son die in crash PAUL WEE By A TAXATION and corporate consultant, Mr Awther Singh, and hit. son Nirmal died in a road accident in West Malaysia yesterday. They were* on their way to Kuala Lumpur, where Mr Awther was a parttime lecturer at the university,

Police act on false alarms [ARTICLE]

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Police act on false alarms NG WENG HOONG Security firms may be asked for deposits By POLICE are calling for action because 99 out of every 100 burglar alarm calls this year have been false alerts. They want security firms to deposit $500 for every 50 alarm systems they instal.

Burnt SBS buses: Arson suspected [ARTICLE]

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Burnt SBS buses: Arson suspected POLICE have questioned several people following two cases of suspected arson in Singapore Bus Service depots in September. Five double-decker buses were burnt and another damaged. Two buses were destroyed and another damaged at the Ang Mo Kio depot on Sept 11, while the others

Two dead identified [ARTICLE]

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Two dead identified POLICE have identified a man and a woman who were found dead in separate places last Saturday. Police said yesterday that the man, found dead in the dilapidated quarters of Kaki Bukit Secondary School, was Mr Yee Suck Woon, a 34- -year-old odd-job worker. Police do not

Anson Road cave-in stretch repaired [ARTICLE]

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Anson Road cave-in stretch repaired The stretch of Anson Road which subsided on Thursday has been repaired and was open to traffic again yesterday. The road sank after a retaining wall around the excavations at the Hong Leong Plaza building site collapsed. It was men closed to traffic. The cave-In

Association's donation [ARTICLE]

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Association's donation THE Khoh's Clan Association donated $2,000 to the Community Chest at its 32nd anniversary dinner at the Hokkien Huay Kuan in Telok Ayer Street on Wednesday. The Minister for the Environment and MP for Telok Ayer, Mr Ong Pang Boon, attended the function.

Singapore team visits MRT plant in Japan [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Singapore team visits MRT plant in Japan SINGAPORE officials have been looking at the Japanese plant where the Mass Rapid Transit trains will be produced. A team of seven MRT Corporation board members who went to Kobe and Osaka last month also looked at how subway systems work in the

Switch-on for traffic signals [ARTICLE]

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Switch-on for traffic signals TRAFFIC signals installed at the junction of Kallang Pudding and Tannery roads will operate from 10 a.m. today. The Public Works Department, in a statement, also said it had started resurfacing the Pan Island Expressway between Upper Serangoon Road and Thomson Work is being carried out

FairPrice sells fresh pork [ARTICLE]

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FairPrice sells fresh pork FRESH pork is now sold at two NTUC FairPrice supermarkets in Portchester Avenue, Serangoon Garden Estate, and Block 202, Hougang Street 21. The general manager of NTUC FarPrice Cooperative, Mr Lim Ho Seng, said yesterday that its two outlets started selling the meat last week. Busii

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A time of protest and smoke bombs [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A time of protest and smoke bombs CEPHAH TAN Kebun Baru By THIS Sunday morning will not be very quiet at Kebun Baru constituency. Twenty demonstrators waving their fists and carrying placards will take to the streets in rowdy protest. Residents and the MP for Kebun Baru, Mr Lim Boon

Chok Tong on walkabout [ARTICLE]

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Chok Tong on walkabout River Valley and Queenstown MR GOH CHOK TONG, the Minister of Defence and Second Health Minister, will visit River Valley and Queenstown constituencies in a ministerial walkabout on Sunday. Mr Goh will visit Margaret Drive RC centre, and hold dialogue sessions with offi- cials at Angullia

What pupils can do during the holidays [ARTICLE]

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What pupils can do during the holidays National Exhibition: Go on a guided tour of the exhibition on Nov 20 and Dec 3. Register at Geylang Serai CC and River Valley CC for free tickets before Monday. Outdoor drawing: Lessons for an eightsession course will be conducted at the Chinese,

Interested in signing up for these activities? [ARTICLE]

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Interested in signing up for these activities? Photography contost: Together We Work Better is the theme. Prints can be in colour or monochrome. Entry forms are available at Bukit Merah branch library and Bukit Merah CC. Closing date is Nov 30. Dondang Sayang night: This will be held at the

Housewives in world of dolls [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Housewives in world of dolls IT IS a beautiful world of sweet smiling creatures, little pink hearts and dollhouses. And dachshunds come with ears larger than an elephant's. They are the result of a project by a group of Dutch housewives who had met faithfully every week for the past

When celebrities take backstage [ARTICLE]

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When celebrities take backstage Katong THIS is one show local celebrities such as comedians Wang Sa, Pai Yuen and Chen Kian Pun will be relegated to second billing. Instead, the stars will be a group of unknowns 60 children aged 10 to 18. They are students from the Katong Special

Turning point in life for clerk [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Turning point in life for clerk AUGUSTINE LOW By WINNING is not everything. But it sore can make a world of difference. For a long time, Mr Zulkifli Abdullah, 25, a clerk from Bakit Merah, was known as a veteran of singing contests who was good, bat not quite op

Community work started with soccer [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Community work started with soccer Pasir Panjang EIGHT years ago, Mr Sirat Othman formed a football club in Commonwealth Avenue to encourage the boys there to kick around and make friends. That move was to spark off his interest in community work. For he soon found that he liked interacting

What's happening where [ARTICLE]

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What's happening where Talks/shows Income Tax: Accountant Tarn Kuek Soi will speak in Mandarin on how to submit income tax returns at Tanah Merah CC tonight at 8 p.m. Photos: Winning works of the recent National RC Photo Competition can be viewed at the Margaret Drive RC Centre at Block

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The Straits Times says Mining our mother lode [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times says Mining our mother lode 392,000 this is the number of non-working women in Singapore. Such a rich source of domestic labour would be a godsend to our labour-strapped economy if not for one hitch these women are unable to take up jobs because of housework and

Crucial battle over the role of Islam [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Crucial battle over the role of Islam ISMAIL KASSIM The differences between Umno and Pas over the role of Islam in Malaysia have sharpened in recent months. Mainly because of fear that it might exacerbate the situation, the proposed live television debate between the rival parties, scheduled for Sunday night,

Umno's answer to Pas [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Umno's answer to Pas WHEN Umno needed someone to symbolise its commitment to Islam, Trengganu Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Haji Wan Mokhtar Ahmad was the unanimous choice of party leaders and the rank-and-file. By electing him one of the three party vicepresidents at the annual general assembly iast May, they

A grossly overblown business [ARTICLE]

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A grossly overblown business Russell Baker NEW YORK In groping for words to describe the way Americans choose a president, I gravitate towards such excesses as preposterous, obscene, idiotic, grotesque and monstrous. We are talking of a process that lasts three to four years, costs hundreds of millions of dollars

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Talentime judges get poor marks [LETTER + ILLUSTRATION]

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Talentime judges get poor marks The jend ef Talentime 1984 bat only the beginning of the controversy over the Judging of the contestants.

This is no way to spot talent [LETTER]

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This is no way to spot talent I .AM very disappointed with the results of this year's Talentime. We all saw that the judges were not consistent in picking the winner. One had even placed the eventual winner in eighth position. I could see members of the studio audience looking

Solo verdict questioned [LETTER]

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Solo verdict questioned MY family enjoyed the Talentime final last Sunday. We were, however, really disappointed with the verdicts as far as the finalists from the solo section were concerned. A case in point was Connie Chew. She received good points from most of the judges but one gave her

Composers better [LETTER]

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Composers better I HAVE been prompted to write this letter alter viewing last Sunday's final of Talentime 1964. The judges were worlds apart. The same contestant received different points from different judges. The Singapore Broadcasting Corporation should consider inviting composers to be the judges rather than singers and producers. As

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No delay in efforts to fight blaze [LETTER]

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No delay in efforts to fight blaze I REFER to the report "Low water pressure hampers control of fire". (ST, Oct 15). There was no delay in controlling the fire. The first two fire appliances arrived at the scene five minutes after the call was received. The building was on

Heavy vehicles cause pollution [LETTER]

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Heavy vehicles cause pollution I HAVE noticed that there has been a marked increase in the level of air pollution in Singapore. I have tried to find out the cause on my own and have found that heavy trucks, lorries, taxis and private buses are the worst culprits. As vehicles

Let's unite to stop ourselves from being harassed [LETTER]

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Let's unite to stop ourselves from being harassed WOMEN should not continue to blatantly accept the harassment of women by some men, whether mental or physical. Unless we start to show that we won't stand for it, don't expect these men to stop. Let's not give excuses like "Oh that's

Police should raise driving age [LETTER]

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Police should raise driving age THE Traffic Police are implementing more stringent testing procedures for learner drivers and motorcyclists to curb the high accident rate among new motorists and motorcyclists. The statistics they gave indicate to me that lack of maturity rather than driving or riding skill has contributed to

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Growing fraternity of computer pals [ARTICLE]

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Town in 'Scargill country' battered by walkout [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Town in 'Scargill country' battered by walkout R. W. APPLE Jr 9-month-old miners' strike leaves trail of unpaid rent and violence By GRIMETHORPE, England It does not look like a battleground, this stern and sprawling village set amid the soft hills of South Yorkshire. There is not even that much

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Singapore barometer [ARTICLE]

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Singapore barometer Up Down Unch Industrials 10 97 11 i Fmonce 0 16 1 Hotels 3 7 3 Properties 2 11 1 Plantations 2 6 3 Mining 0 3 I Deb/Loans 2 6 2 Total 19 146 22

Reagan's victory fails to boost share prices [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Reagan's victory fails to boost share prices INDICES Highs Lows Straits Times Business Times Industrial Composite 1983/34 High 1071.91 (8/2/84) 983.06 (8/2/84) 1983/.14 Low 712.29 (5/1/83) 684 88 (4/1/83) All time High 1071.91 (8/2/84) 983.06 (8/2/84) All-time Low 74 75(17/9/64) 550.78 (12/8/82)

K. Lumpur barometer [ARTICLE]

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K. Lumpur barometer Up Down Unch Industrials 21 72 22 Finance 2 8 3 Hotels 0 I 0 Properties 0 9 3 Oil palms 1 5 1 Tins 0 2 3 Rubbers 2 9 2 Deb/Loans 0 1 2 Total 26 107 37

KLSE closes easier [ARTICLE]

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KLSE closes easier THE Xuala Lumpur stock market drifted downwards yesterday with share prices closing on an easier note. Trading generally remained on the quiet side as investors preferred to remain on the sidelines. The widely-followed 30-counter New Straits Times Industrial Ordinary Share Index fell 7.32 points to 1270.97. Reflecting

ST Industrial Index components [ARTICLE]

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Rises [ARTICLE]

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Rises SMti* 306 +24 Kuto SHta 476 +6 Seafan 225 +5 UAC 314 +4 MGb» 262 +4 Metal Boi Spore 242 +4 P Petal*. 50c 138 +4 Gumnns 472 2 TfKtart 264 +2 Cora Plant 50c 260+2 Grand Central 244 +2 Until* 232 +2 Rei-onf Bhd 50c 158 2 LIM

Falls [ARTICLE]

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Falls 11 -Fbi- 790 -180 CCM 450 -30 C Properties 360 -24 Suifei Be- 770 -20 Kentm*, Spore 430 -20 Metro Mdp 2% -20 Spore Land 286 -18 Federal Flour 280 -18 DBS 575 -15 ICB 540 -15 103 Corpn 50c 160 -14 Gentinp 492 -13 ShanpUa 240 -13 J

Indices [ARTICLE]

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Indices Nov 7 Nov 8 BT Composite 737 48 726.72 BT Indicator XXXXX08 XXXXX52 BT 08/OS 347 395 ST Industrials XXXXX 826.26 SI Finance 2436.70 2418.94 ST Hotels 893.48 890.10 ST Properties 510 41 501.38 SI Minings 353.68 353.04 ST Plantations 2540 98 2539.37 OCBC XXXXX XXXXX OUb Composite 419.88

Most active [ARTICLE]

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Most active TDM 820,000 Pan El 585.000 Pahcng Inv 468,000 Prorr.et 346,000 Consplant 296,000

Dumping of electrical goods criticised [ARTICLE]

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Dumping of electrical goods criticised SOME manufacturers of electrical and home appliances have been criticised for dumping non-guaranteed goods in Singapore through the "back door". The chairman of Me Home Appliances Manufacturers and Importers Association, Mr Toh Shung Chee, said these manufacturers sold their surplus goods to nonagents here. These

Papers beat TV to take top place [ARTICLE]

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Papers beat TV to take top place MORE adults in Singapore read the newspapers dally than watch television. Radio listeners take a distant third place, followed by Rediffnsion fans. And cinema-goers take fifth place, revealed media research company, Survey Research Singapore, In their presentation yesterday of media trends between July

Sir Michael expected to be new Dunlop chief [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sir Michael expected to be new Dunlop chief TERESA OOI By London Reporter LONDON One of Britain's best known industrialists, Sir Michael Edwardes, is expected to take over the reins of Dunlop, the ailing rubber, tyre and engineering group. A spokesman from Dunlop s London headquarters in fashionable Mayfair told

Credit analysts expect further drop in US banks' prime [ARTICLE]

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Credit analysts expect further drop in US banks' prime NEW YORK Competitive pressures could force US banks to lower their prime lending rate another quarter of a point following Wednesday's cat, credit market analysts said. Citibank, Chase Manhattan Bank and First National Bank of Chicago lowered their prime to 11

No increase in total advertising expenditure [ARTICLE]

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No increase in total advertising expenditure Report says $219 m spent in first nine months this year is 5 pc less than previously THERE has been virtually no growth at all in total advertising expenditure for the first nine months of this year, compared with the same period last year,

Business done in Singapore [ARTICLE]

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Business done in Singapore READERS should be aware of the limitations of this information. Not every transaction, nor every price dealt 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

Business done in Kuala Lumpur [ARTICLE]

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Business done in Kuala Lumpur INDUSTRIALS Ajinomoto (3 60S) Alcom (1 306 1 3 IS) (35) 1 32 43) 1 31 (5) 1 30 Antoh (I 488 1 495) (5! 1 49 (2) 43 A Choc (2 606 2 6IS) (5) 2 58 1 1 2 59 i7) 2 60

How your stocks performed [ARTICLE]

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How your stocks performed 1984 Last Yield Vol Day High Low Company Sale Change (000) High Low SECTION ONE INDUSTRIAL ft COMMERCIAL 310 198 Acma 198 -3 37 2 201 198 308 117 Akom 117 -2 4.2 16 118 117 312 218 Aiied Choc 230+1 27 232 229 198 129

Commodities, Finance

RUBBER [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER FOB in bales RAS MRELB Noon Close Noon Close Int 1 RSS Prompt XXXXX- 171 ?5N 171.25— 172.25N unq unq Intl RSS Nov 171 50 172 00 172.00 173 00 190 00 191 00 191.00 192.00 Int 1 RSS Dec 173.00—XXXXX XXXXX-XXXXX int 2 RSS Nov 163 00— 164

Produce market [ARTICLE]

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Produce market Noon dour. Source Produce h change A 1 Super 190 pncn i 100 k[ A- 1 Special 187 COCOnUt looiuamloo% <-»**l 2nd grade 230 Oil l/Uo, ti {odown ftrtwlld Bulk FOB 195 OO sellers' cU2._Bce 5% 227 Ok) drum FOB XXXXX (sellers) SM-WORE 10% 222 tew drum FO6

KL Tin [ARTICLE]

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KL Tin THE Kuala Lumpur Tin Market's price yesterday gained another cent to M529.27 per kilo. The market was mainly boosted by sustained buying support from the buffer stock manager and there was continued Japanese and local interest. Turnover fell to 186 tonnes from 200 tonnes on Wednesday with no

Copper [ARTICLE]

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Copper Ctosjnt prices Copp«r £/fome Tim Spot 1086.50-1087.00 (1080.00-1080.50) 3 months 1108.50—1109.00 (1104.00 1104 50) Market tone: Steadier Sales: 18,850 tonnes

Silver Aluminium [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Silver Aluminium sfs Closiit prices Sllv#r US$/teo» oz Thvs Wed Singapore 7 70—7 75 7 62—7 67 Wtd Tuts New York 7 75—7.80 7.55—7.60 Source: Credit Suisse. S'pore Closinf prices Aluminium E/tonm Thurs Spot 899.50-900.50 (911 00 —911 50) 3 months 924.00—924.50 (936.00-936.50) Market tone: Barely steady Sales: 22,075 tonnes

Gold Market [ARTICLE]

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Gold Market Thurs Wed Singapore 348.00—348.50 346.00—346.50 Hongkong 348.00 348.40 346.35—346.75 Wed Tues New York 350.25—350.75 345.00 345.50 London 346.75—347.25 345.60—346.10

Palm Oil [ARTICLE]

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Palm Oil MALAYSIAN crude palm oil prices ended firmer on continued covering, with sentiment aided by higher Chicago soyabean futures. Activity slackened as most buyers were reserved at the high levels. PALM dosnc prices Crude Ms/tome palm oi Nov 1242.50 (south north) 1245 (central) Refined palm oi US$/tomes RBOpalm Nov

Gold [ARTICLE]

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Gold THE KILOBAR market traded between 5523,992 and 5524,155 yesterday. The Far East gold market opened at UXXXXX.00/8.50 and remained quiet in featureless trading. It closed the first session at UXXXXX.00/ 8.50. The market reopened in the afternoon at UXXXXX.80/8.30 and eased gradually to a day's low of UXXXXX.60/8.10 as

Forex [ARTICLE]

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Forex THE Singapore dollar yesterday rose marginally against the US unit, opening at 552.1495/15. It was narrowly traded and fluctuated between 552.1472 and 552.1505 to close at 552.1475/85. The US dollar closed higher from New York levels against most major currencies on short covering in fairly active trading. Against the

OVerseas markets

INDICES [ARTICLE]

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INDICES _l I I I I I J I I L- I Hongkong Hans Seng Thursday 1052.65 (1046.03) Week ago 1029.26 M P Australian Al-Ordinaries ~?*v* Thursday 779.1 (777.7) Week ago 754.5 Australian Industrials Thursday 1124.3 (1124.7) Weekafco 1105.0 i Financial fines Industrials Wednesday 894.1 (901.0) Week ago 888.0 Dow

Hongkong [ARTICLE]

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Hongkong MS Chante Associated HoteK 0 418 -0 02 Bonk Ot East Asm 21 90 -0 1 Cheung Kong 830 -0 05 CNno Light 16 00 +0 7 Cross Horb Tunnel F E Consortium 036 +0 01 IFor East Exch Ph 004 unch G I Cemenr 6 50 Great Eagle

Sydney [ARTICLE]

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Sydney ICI 220 unch Leighton 160 -3 Lend Lease 550 10 Mage»on Pet Aust 235 unch Mayne Ntckless 362 unch MetaK Explor N L 50+5 Mideast 33S unch Mot 290 3 Myer 1 83 +1 Not Aust Bonk 368 5 News Corp 934 unch North Bh 244+3 North Bh Ctg

Tokyo [ARTICLE]

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Tokyo Nm I Vw Chance Apnomoto 1 100 -10 Akoi 524 -1 Amodo 1090 -10 Asoh. Chem 563 -8 Asohi Gloss 808 -4 Bonk Tk 480 -I Bndgestone 559 -12 Canon 1490 -30 Casio Computer 1620 +20 Citizen 583 -3 D Nip Print 1000 -40 D Nippon Screen Dow. 630

New York [ARTICLE]

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New York m»l IBS Change oa Cp Alcoa 37* Guff Res 13* A_e_ Chem Cp 34% -IM Hewtett Pock 37% Afe-Chalmers 8* -ill Bos. Modi 125* -I Am Tel Tel 18* unch Int) Harvester 7% Amax Inc iS Intl Tel Tel 28* Amr Corp 32% John Jhsn 35* Bethlehem Stl

London [ARTICLE]

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London Nn 7 Pence Change INDUSTRIALS ASed-Lyons 163 -1 Ass. Dairies 146 -2 BTR PLC 520 -2 Babcocks 139 unch Barclays 539 -5 Beechams 368 -3 HCC 235 +2 Blue Circle 468 +5 BOC Group 265 -3 BooH 204 -1 Bowater 179 -1 BATS 273 -2 Britannia 76 -2 BP

FOREIGN EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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FOREIGN EXCHANGE Interbank Over the Foreign Local dollars to Foreign currency foreign currency Australian dollar 1.8565 1.8584 5 46-5 34 Canadian dollar 1.6368— 1 6382 6 16 6 07 Sterling pound 2.7337— 2 7371 3 69-3 60 US dollar 2.1475-2 1485 4.68— 4 64 Austrian schilling 10 4111 10 4210

Unit Trusts [ARTICLE]

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Unit Trusts Managers' prices for Nov9 Singapore Unit Trust The Commerce 2.55—2.71 The Savings Fund 1.70 1 80 Spore Prog Fund 1 09—1 15 Spore Set Fund 1 64-1 74 Spore Invest Fund 1.06 1 12 Spore Equity Fund 113 1-20 Asia Unit Trust Mai Invest Fund 2.35—2 50 Mai

SIMEX FUTURES

Gold [ARTICLE]

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Gold THE December contract opened 14 ticks higher at UXXXXX.90. Trading in gold was quiet, between a narrow range of UXXXXX.60 and UXXXXX.50. (In USS per Troy ounce) Open High Low Sett Est Val Dee 349.90 350.50 349.60 350.50 216 Feb 86 356.20 35

Deutschemark [ARTICLE]

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Deutschemark THE firmness of the dollar after the victory of President Ronald Reagan caused the December Deutschemark to slide 22 ticks to open at 0.3425. Trading was quiet as participants were uncertain of the US dollar's trend. (US dollar/ Deutschemark) Open High Lew Sett Est Vel Dee 0.3425/ 0.3431 0.3420

Eurodollar — 3-month deposit [ARTICLE]

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Eurodollar 3-month deposit THE December Eurodollar opened easier at 90.04. Higher Federal Funds rates brought Eurodollar prices lower. Trading in the Eurodollar pit was very quiet with heavy trading by US institutions. (100 implied interest rate) Open High Low Sett Est Vol Dec 90.04 90.04 89.95 90.01 832 90.00 M«r

Japanese Yen [ARTICLE]

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Japanese Yen THE December Japanese yen opened at 0.XXXXX5 and traded within a narrow range of 15 ticks. Trading was quiet before the December contract settled at the day's low of 0.XXXXX6. Open High Low Sett Est Vol Dec 4175 4181 4166 4166 91

Container schedules [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Container schedules Receipt of Export FCL Ship (Voyage) Arr HK Container (42W) 10/11 (0200) Anson (XXXXXN) 10/11 (0700) E Forward (03W) 10/11 (0700) E Pioneer (104E) 10/11 (0700) Adrian MS (8423) 10/11 (0730) Takanll (2288) 10/11 (0800) L Seedevi (28W) 10/11 (0900) Sov Accord (45A) 10/11(1000) Wan Lie (414A) 11/11

Ships in port [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ships in port Vessel Berth Arr Dep Keppel Wharves Builder 111 22 a'side 9/11 Bulat 19 a'side 9/11 EdoMaru 18 a'side 9/11 Fair Rainbow 23/4 a'side 9/11 Helmut Hermann 35/6 aside 9/11 Jacek Malczewski 31/2 a'side 9/11 Kota Berkat 47 a'side 9/11 Straits Pride 20W a'side 9/11 Donam No 7

More ships bought [ARTICLE]

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More ships bought LONDON China has consolidated its new international shipbreaking industry with the purchase of three more large ships, IJoyds List has reported. Chinese oreakers recently bought their first two very large crude carriers (VLCC) for scrapping. Now, according to the Lloyds' report, they &re believed to have paid

Merger move dropped by disc companies [ARTICLE]

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Merger move dropped by disc companies NEW YORK Warner Communications Inc and the two European companies that own Polygram Records Inc said on Tuesday that they have dropped plans to merge their recorded-music operations. The companies said they were dropping the bid because of the prospect of a protracted court

Baht devaluation brings down the price of maize [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Baht devaluation brings down the price of maize MARA FERNANDEZ By THANKS to the Thai baht devaluation, maim from Thailand will be cheaper. So, too, holidays In Thailand bat not necessarily Thai rice. The three are the most Important Thai S redacts on which iagaporeaas spend money. The baht was

Fewer cases of tax evasion last year [ARTICLE]

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Fewer cases of tax evasion last year Drop of 43 pc in back taxes and penalties THE Inland Revenue Department's fraud squad dealt with fewer cases of tax evasion last year than in 1982. Last year, it recovered $33.3 million in back taxes and penalties after investigating 21 cases. This

Data General's portable computer [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Data General's portable computer ANOTHER portable computer was launched yesterday, this time by Data General Singapore. The Data General One, with a liquid crystal display screen and a keyboard, is about the size of a briefcase and weighs about 4.5 kg. It has a 128 KB memory and also a

QAF plans to put trading activities under Ben Sunshine [ARTICLE]

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QAF plans to put trading activities under Ben Sunshine S. KUMAR By QAF LTD has gone straight to work about a week after taking over operations of Ben Co. Plans are underway to merge the trading activities and the refrigeration facility in Pandan Loop under its subsidiary, Ben Sunshine Dairies

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70 Situations Vacant: Secretarial/ Clerical E3 Singatronics A well-established electronic manufacturing company invites suitably qualified candidates to apply for the posts of: 1 Accounts Clerk LCC Intermediate 1 year experience in Accounting 2. Clerk 3. Receptionist < Applicants should have a pleasant personality Ability to type Age 17 to 25

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70 Situation* Vacant: Secretarial/ Clerical fisT TECHCO (PTE) LTD I No. 11 S#noko AvonuHs Woodlands East Ind Est Singapore 2775 I has immediate vacancies for: I FEMALE TELEPHONE OPERATOR/ RECEPTIONIST I Age above 18 years. I e Pleasant personality and I good telephone manners. I e Able to speak fluent

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A well established group of companies require urgently: 1. SECRETARY e Female, with experience. 2. FEMALE ACCOUNTS CLERK Preferably with experience in book-keeping. 3. FEMALE STORE CLERK Knowledge of store procedures preferred but not essential. 4. RECEPTIONIST CUM GENERAL CLERK Experience not required, s Fresh school leavers are welcome Interested,

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International Japanese Manufacturer of Writing Instruments and Related stationery scheduled to establish an office in Singapore invites applications forADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Requirement*: General book-keeping and accounting knowledge Ability to operate and handle IBM PC (enhanced business model) independently Perform general office administration Bsnsfits: Attractive starting salary and AWS 5-day week Medical

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ACOUNTS AOMIN SUPERVISOR required by |ean« factory in Marsiling Ability to keep full .set o! aCcounts up to Baiani e Sheet, P&L. fiinillliir tllh import export procedures, negotiation uf i.c payroll and assist In personnel general (actor) administration Only energetic individuals that can work independently need apply with photo staling

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Leading European Multinational requires a TEMPORARY CLERK/TYPIST tor about 3 month* a Good typing ipeesi witn aesameg Please contact: Mr Tan, at XXXXX11 axt 412 Magazine publisher subsidiary of international company require* BOOKKEEPER e i(( intermediate Bookkeeping or a Level Commerce e 2 years experience in keepIng fuli set of

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70 Situations Vacant: Secretarial/ Clerical SECRETARY/ GIRL FRIDAY reijuirfil argent!] Female, with experience tactful, resourcefulness and initiative Secretarial kn.>»leil(<e. übihu to work nulependentlj and bookkeeping knowledge up lo balance sheet I] General rierk (Anfl Mo Kio Blanch] Fx[>erie!U'e not requireil. but preferably School leavers ire welcome Attractive remuneration awaits the

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70 Situations Vacant: Secretarial/ Clerical URGENTLY REQUIRED TYPIST CUM TELEPHONE OPERATOR Preferably Malay Interested please call: XXXXX79 FOR IRIS PANG Urgently required. OFFICE CLERKS Language of Chinese preferable. General office routine Interested applicant*, please send hill resume to: THE ADVERTISER BLK 28, SIN MING DRIVE -01-187 SINGAPORE 2057. Urgent! Urgent!

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70 Situations Vacant: Secretarial/ Clerical CHINESE CLERK/TYPIST required for German Company at (list 0511 Experience not necessary fall :«XXXXX CHINESE FEMALE CLERKS/ Typists required Typing 30-40 wpm. Call XXXXX81 (-06-03 Colombo Court) CLERK WITH KNOWLEDGE of typing and bookkeeping required by contracting firm. Please call XXXXX22 for an appointment. DATA

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71 Situations Vacant: 71 Situations Vacant: Sales Sales GASr\(S)PTE.LTD I ELBA. FABER DIVISION f We are a dynamic and aggressive company dealing in market leading elec- trical and electronics household appliances. I We are looking for an equally enthusiastic and aggressive person to join our sales I force. Job requirements:

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International Japanese Manufacturer of Writing Instruments and Related Stationery scheduled to establish an office in Singapore invites applications for:SALES SPECIALISTS (TRADE) Requirements: Good contacts with stationery wholesalers, retailers and/or departmental store, supermarket buyers. SALES SPECIALIST (END USER) Requirements: Direct selling experience to offices, schools and institutional purchasers. Benefits: Basic salary

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71 Situations Vacant: Sales BRITISH AMERICAN REGIONAL SUBSIDIARY requires SALES ENGINEER for its line of engineered products. Candidates should have working experience with rotating equipment and are already in sales or have an inclination towards sales. Additional experience in oil refineries/ petrochemical plants and/or a technical qualification in Mechanical Engineering

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71 Situations Vacant: 1 Sales CROWN ALLIANCE MARKETING ODI PTE.LTD. u l rl require* t h MALE FEMALE SALES EXECUTIVES e preferably experience in yoi building materials e own transport VA attractive salary and com- va mission tiv Interested applicants, please write Se< in with full resume to P e<

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'1 Situations Vacant: Sales RAH COVENTRY otters pot] the portunity to enbance your iittd your lifestyle by showing Is lovely jewelry to .our ends It's fun and profitable prior experience is necessary u set your own hours you set jr goals Tel: XXXXX6 1 CANCIES FOR STUDENTS m cation as

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72 Situations Vacant: 72 Situations Vacant: Technical Technical WMsAMn ft V^kk in for an Interview M on SATURDAY eK^ \PiOth November 1984 > from 9am -2pm Sheetmetal Fabricators Completed GCE 'O' level with 2 years experience in sheetmetal fabrication work or possess NTC 3 in Sheetmetal Fabrication with 1 year

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72 Situations Vacant: 72 Situations Vacant: 72 Situations Vacant: 72 Situations Vacant: 72 Situations Vacant: 72 Situations Vacant: 73 Situations Vacant: 73 Situations Vacant. 73 Situations Vacant: 73 Situations Vacant: Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Production Production Production Production i'i':l aw l|:j:): i r-r 1 Wywy Private Limited >:*

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TECHNICAL CO-ORDINATOR v\> specialise In CCTV, Intercom. Automatic Control (lutes Doors Due to the rapid expansion ol our business we need a dynamic Male with pleasant personality preferably possessing a Polytechnic Diploma or Trade Certificate and many years of working experience in the construction field With electronics and electrical knowledge.

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requires lor their building projects BUILDING ENGINEERS e Age above 28. e Degree in B.Sc. (Building) or Civil Engineering. e To assist the construction manager in site management and co-ordinating subcontractors services. e Ability to supervise and motivate a team of works supervisors. Attractive salary will be commensurate with qualifications

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An established electrical engineering company urgently requires:SITE SUPERVISOR e Minimum 5 years' experience or relevant experience in similiar field. e VITB Trade 2or 3 Certificate will be an advantage. Interested applicants please call MR. LIEW ALEX at XXXXX52/ XXXXX59 for interview Architect's office requires CLERK— OF— WORKS e Min. academic

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ARCHITECTURAL DRAUGHTSMAN WITH 2 years experience required urgently. Salary nenotiable Please telephone: XXXXX7" ELECTRICAL SHOP REQUIRES Electricians. Interested applicants, please call personally at 195 Serangoon Road Tel: 29:«()35. 73 Situations Vacant: Production A well established U.S. based multi- national manufacturing and construction company requires a PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR Diploma in Mechanical,

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<& HITACHI »y^«nr^r"'"^mi^ Hitachi Electronic Devices (S) Pte Ltd ■■■—WE ARE aaaVEXPANDING* Due to rapid expansion, our multi-million Colour Television Picture Tubes Manufacturing Company in Jurong has the vacancies for keen and dynamic men who seek rapid advancement and job satisfaction for the following positions: All applicants must: be physically

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MALAYAN 1 PXJ^W BREWERIES i liilHIW (SPORE) PTE LTD I Ss NEW STARTING I SALARY I $426 1 Requirements. Completed p im.iry e<lui,-!ii;)n 9 Age Inflow 4 3 years m Willing to work on 3 rotating Mutts g NEW STARTING I $449 1 Requirements g Secondary education M Aye Ix'low

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74 Situations Vacant: 74 Situations Vacant: 74 Situations Vacant: 74 Situations Vacant: 74 Situations Vacant: 74 Situations Vacant: 74 Situations Vacant: 74 Situations Vacant: 74 Situations Vacant: 74 Sitcstio«.» Vacant: Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Miscellaneous a^a^a^a^a^a^a^a^B^a^a^al international Japanese Manu- rewarding career with Dynasty alll j

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PUinf and inundation contrai j lor require. 1 experienced I s JCB EXCAVATOR OPERATOR for current work* j wi .Salary SJIIM per BOMB on 13 I months, awes time after 44 hours a per week 1 a Applicants will be required to i undertake trial Call KIN SUN CONSTRUCTION PTE

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Ik ■tj«]Ot'M JJi B SIME DARBY 8 EDIBLE K i PRODUCTS LTD fi j J requires immediately Jj Ik ki t 2 GCE O Le^e wM H H credit in Science Jl M subjects w Ik Training will be IJ provided Ik Willing to perform shi (> fi jj duties

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74 Situations Vacant: Miscellaneous REQUIRED (1) KINDERGARTEN hera Assistant Chinese ..i > Musi nave i B Pie- j i ItOOl I Vriirii \\f i pOSI I I (b) I i onaattted Christian (e) Ability ..> phi> ntanfi Write in la The I Principal Galilee Kindergarten, Ml Pandan Garden. S*pore 2380

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74 Situations Vacant: Miscellaneous TRAVEL AGENCV REQUIRES Des[>ui( h ilerks with own motorcycle Salary plus allowance. $6»Xi Contact Mary XUiL^iJ REQUIRED DRIVERS with class 4 licence Please contact Mil in Tun tel XXXXX&! Qr^P vehicles 81 Vehicles For Hire SUNRISE CAR RENTALS Available Now Brand New Nissan Cabstar 1 9

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U-U iSvJ ABOUT 23 YEARS ago, the 215th m^*~__ m Jaguar rolled out of its assembj|iJ%Df Ic* bly plant in England. Today, JL JdLJBi this completely rebuilt limouLJ f W iL-3 sine is for sale here after (7?t i^r^ /I\ Tr^ years of careful and sparing I I\V IDI/ V

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s^*s PUBUC UTUIIES I 2~S BOHBD I f 979 Mercedes Born 280$ Automatic Saloon )l I Car with aircondition and radio /cassette tor I sale by tender. I I Tender forms are obtainable at Transport I Division, 73 MacKenzie Road, Singapore 0922. I For details telephone XXXXX76. 1 FEBRUARY '83

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1973, MERCEDES 230. Private owner. Aircond, radio, casaette. $7,000 0.n.0. Tel: XXXXX81. 1978 MERCEDES 280S, fully auto, 1 private owner, alrcond, cassette, sports rims, tel: XXXXX35. 1978 MERCEDES 200, auto, 1 company owner, aircond, cassette, tel: XXXXX74. 1979 MERCEDES 200 Auto, 2 private owners, showroom condition, tax till April '85.

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85 For Sale: Alfa/ 85 For Sale: Alfa/ 85 For Sale: Alfa/ Peugeot/ Volvo Peugeot/ Volvo Peugeot/ Volvo l2nd VOLVO Showroom at Upper Bukit Timah. Now you can view the whole range of Volvo ears at our 2nd Volvo Showroom at Hock Soon Industrial Complex (near Courts) 230, Upper Bukit

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1982 NISSAN SUNNY 1.3. one owner, air-cond, excellent condition. Tel: XXXXX30 1983 NISSAN SUNNY 13 5-speed. One private owner. Aircond., radio cassette. $21,500. XXXXX81. '83 NISSAN SUNNY 1300. 5-speed. 1 owner, aircon, radio cassette. $22,800 0.n.0. Tel: XXXXX41. '83 NISSAN PULSAR, new tax. one owner, selling $20,800 0.n.0. Tel: XXXXX06.

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Auto 1 owner air-con., power window centre locking showroom condition Tel: XXXXX63. 78 TOYOTA STARLET 2nd private owner, aircond. radio cassette, tip top condition. $11,800. Tel: XXXXX40 Steven Vap. •80 TOYOTA COROLLA 1.3 Aircon., sports-rim high power radio cassette PARF excellent condition Tel: XXXXX28. '80 TOYOTA STARLET air-con., sports-nm radio

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92 For Sale: Mazda 1975 MAZDA 323. S-dOOT Bin OB radio caaaette i! j ak!-, paaeed Inspection beautiful condition Asking Bgjm Can loan $7.000. Tel M5885 1983 MAZDA 929 Limited Automata) EW pljte radio cassette road lax till March '85 Selling $31,000 On/0 Tel XXXXX4! (office hours) MAZDA 1000. 8-SEATER

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93 For Sale: Honda 79 HONDA ACCORD r MOB PARI sports rim: asst tie ew eIU idition $1"! MO 0 no I AUGUST 1983 HONDA Wt manua EX powei beaul il rtitioi [VI 280H430 DECEMBER 1961 HONDA Q Sun rOOf S dOOt 1 nwner Tel 444Ai>-; MARCH 1983 HONDA A<

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94 For Sale: Other Makes JAGUAR E i»pe 1961 modal. 215th coroptetelj rebuilt t>m loi yean Needa .i j little work t. bring iu> t<> Otters invited XJ6 28 1970 model, manual, i Mil BVtntl !W- tli'vxl lotuilUon Si7.soo. 420G 4.2 1963 model, nu'than- ajrj sound Ntcda recoodt--1 oninfl Any

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95 For Sale: 95 For Sale: Commercial Commercial Vehicles Vehicles DAIHATSU GETS YOUR BUSINESS MOWW Tipper /Gf^wilf Double Cab PJH n Tien Seng i Hea d Ottice Kallang Centre XXXXX66 bSbSBBBBBB Jurong Centre XXXXX11 QAIWATSU Sin Ming Centre XXXXX66 Whampoa West Showroom XXXXX66 Hamilton Showroom XXXXX11 FREE AIR-CON I With

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1983 DATSUN C2O van. One owner. Tax new. Sports rims, showroom condition. Phone: XXXXX33 1983. DEC. SUZUKI. 10', petrol, wooden lorry. 1 owner. Very good condition. $9,800 0.n.0. Tel: XXXXX05 6. ALMOST '81 TOYOTA Liteace Van 1300 cc. One owner, showroom condition. $8,500. XXXXX14 ALMOST 81 TOYOTA Htace Van 1600

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97 Vehicles Wanted CASH PAYMENT FOR any model. PARK. iion-I'ARK and any c.c. PARK scrap vehicles. Q registered vehicles, or any model commercial vans/pickups, or all models non-HARK 13MW 320. 520. 728, non-PAHF Mercedes 200. 230. 250 280. 23. Lorong Biawak, Spore 1335. Tel: XXXXX17/XXXXX07. Mr Urn. (7.00a. m 10.UOp.in.)

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106 Accommodation 106 Accommodation 106 Accommodation Available: Houses Available: Houses Available: Houses DHDB PROPERTIES TO LET Tenders are invited for the lettings of the following unfurnished residential properties:Tender Deposit A) CHIP BEE GARDENS Payable (Off Holland Road) Double-storey Terrace Corner (3 bedrooms) at 131 Jalan Kuning $1,090.00 B) LLOYD LEAS

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DIST. 5 FABER PARK Luxuriously furnished, 2-ston bungalow with pool, 4 bedroon plus study and servant's. Buil up 4,000 plu sq.ft. and land art of 4.000 sq.ft. Ideal for tt» «eni ■iMcutim. NEO PROPERTIES PTE LTD 293-2222/3/4. CHESTNUT CRESCENT. Rer negotiable. Comfortable bungs low with large garden, beautif' view and

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fsfsf Sft I DIST 1750, SINGLE-STOREY DE•ji I TACHED bungalow with huge garden compound. 3 plus I bed:s: rooms, partially furnished, availit able in Dec 1984 Rental: $1.50U gi Contact: Mr K.H Tan. XXXXX74 j£ DIST. 10 DOUBLE-STOREY SEMI--5? DETACHED, 3 bedrooms. 2 bathB rooms, spacious living dining matured garden.

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DIST 5 JALAN MAS Kilning BeautifuUj |.i > I irt tail f urn (abed, Z-slorej terra bouse bed i tomi, servant s room Ifi XXXXX00 77M81S DOUBLE-STOREY BUNGALOW IN Stgiap Plain 4 bedroomt St-rv-ant's i.arK'- living garden Fur- nished Call Dwnei XXXXX22 ext ■EUROPEAN TASTE BUNGALOW Furnished 4 bedrooms Mature

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SWIMMING POOL 24-HOUR SECURITY A OTHER FACILITIES DIST 10 RIDGE WOOD CONDOMINIUM K uhio Rite $3,200 Liholiho Ri»e I l)^dr<n $3,000 DIST 11 HILLCREST ARCADIA rem rated i- uiUI il roomed imrtmeni n sot DIST 11 ESPANA Lane i beaul Iful lied ed apartment sa.soo DIST 28 MIMOSA PARK bedroonu

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107 Accommodation 107 Accommodation 107 Accommodation Available: Available: Available: Apartments Apartments Apartments It 's not only how well you live, it's where you live. Y^^£)it/tmd x •Ideauy located, -^W^% f \x& just 5 minutes \J AJ^%/ /jJ'm<^^\ walk from the i tM£?ls-/-t/j Jr\ Orchard Road II ISt/ly f f jT

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International Plaza (Dist 2), 2 rooms, high floor, city and sea view. $1,600 e Fairways (dist 4), new studio apt, furnished. $1,800 e Coronation Shopping Plata (Diat 10), 2-roomed maisonette, furnished with aircond. $1300 Jervoi* Garden (Diet 10), small condo new maisonette with swimming pool and small garden. $3,800 Goldhill

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107 Accommodation 107 Accommodation Available: Available: Apartments Apartments IcArdmow G Parl^t OPEN HOUSE I I Long or short lease I Luxurious apartments to let with exclusive I Country Club membership 1 Just off Orchard Road and Scotts Road I 3-bedrooms; large lounge; ample parking Furnished or unfurnished Rental from $4,525

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DIST. 15, OCEAN PARK 3 bedrooms, 1940 sq.ft. (1 unit), $3,100 fully furnished. 3 bedrooms, 2073 sq.ft. (15 units), unfurnished or furnished from $2,300 to $3,400. Ready for immediate occupation. NO AGENTS PLEASE. Please call Angeline/Heidt LEO PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PTE LTD TEL: XXXXX09/ XXXXX00. e Dist. 10, new Carlton Terrace,

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107 Accommodation Available: Apartments ONE MONTH FREE RENTI Expat, relocating. Large furnished new apartment (2800 sq.ft.) Low density. 20 metres off Orchard Road behind Hilton. Takeover my lease and I will pay for the Ist month rental. Please call Mi»s Choo at XXXXX88 TASTEFULLY FURNISHED 3-BEDROOMED APARTMENT WITH FACILITIES. 2

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107 Accommodation Available: Apartments DIST. 11, MIRAMAR MANSION Luxuriously renovated/ tastefully furnished 4-bedroomed Apartment. Pool/ security. $4,500 negotiable Distinctive: XXXXX15/ XXXXX66. XXXXX33 ext. 116 (anytime DIST. 10 BRAND NEW 2/ 3/ 4-bed-roomed executive apartments/ townhouses. Small complex, beautiful layout, good size balcony. swimming pool, tennis, squash. $2,000 $7,500. XXXXX41/ XXXXX34.

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107 Accommodation Available: Apartments DIST. 10, WOOLLERTON PARK lux urious 3-bedroomed apartment plus servant's central aircond. swimming pool. 2.350 sq ft C3£oo inclusive of maintenance XXXXX27 DIST. 10, TAMAN SERASI next to Botanical Gardens* High floor, j beautiful 3- bedroomed apartment. Spacious living/dining room, aircond, fully furnished $1,800. Call Thomas.

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107 Accommodation Available: Apartments DIST. IS, $1,800. BEAUTIFULLY !ur nished 3-bedroomed apartment ■rttb pool securitj Neat Vaohan KittoiiK Jonathan Charles 278-8777 DIST 10. BEAVERTON COURT i limy o| American r«p«—i school, S bedrooms luxurious nc-» condominium M>ooo Palron:«4l2if> XXXXX18 DIST. 10. SOMMERVILLE PARK apartmeni li.WKi sq ft fuli condo facilities

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107 Accommodation Available: Apartments RIDGEWOOD CONDOMINIUM TOWNHOUSE 2800 sq.l bedroon furnlsl ed Avallal U ftenl i M M Cali MH M7I6M RIDGEWOOD CONDOMINIUM KUHIO bed tuiiv furnished, tactile pool Rental 53. 200 Call MB8&M U rISM RIDGEWOOD CONDOMINIUM KAMEHAMEHA Rise Mid bedroom* paxtiallj i fully tur- nished ton labfa 12

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113 For Sale: Houses PHILIPS AVENUE. DIST 19 At j tractne double stores bungalow, relatively ne« Land 11 Joosq.fi S iwmoomi with attached bath- rao in s Marble t loorlni ReaaonaMf offer aecurej vuia I Imesunenta TTYiaw WELLINGTON GARDEN BRAND rir-vi choice unit Intermediate terrace with good facing and >

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113 For Sale: Houses DIST 1545. RIENZI STREET )pt-ra Estate) Single-Store] terrace. 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, renovated 2JDoOsq.fi $395,000 0.n.0 Victor a Morris 3301 133 DiST 19. PARRY SCHOOL VICINITY. Renovated 2-xtorey corner ter- j race Split it-iel living dining 3 j bedrooms, servant's 2.5t» sq.ft $520 000 Viseo XXXXX14

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113 For Sale: Houses FULTON HILL 2-storey terrace, beautifully renovated. 3 rooms, servants, split-level 2.000 sq.ft. Freehold $465,000 OJtt.o XXXXX21. LEEDON PARK. $3,800,000 selling $2,350,000 3-storey modern bungalow Very large building. 15.000 5q ft XXXXX88 (agent). OWNER SELLING NEW doublestorey terrace house Split-level living area 4 bedrooms, Thomson area Tel;

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114 For Sale: Private Apartments DIST. 2057. JALAN PINTAU. double-storey terrace house near Sin Ming Drive for sale. 3 bedrooms. 2 bathrooms, 1 kitchen. 1 living room/ dining room, 1 hall. Staircase and upstairs fully carpeted. Fully reconditioned Land area- 884 sq.ft Price $280,000 0.n.0. Interested, please call XXXXX86, strictly

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107 Accommodation Available: Apartments OIST. 10 NAGA COURT, luxurious apartment In Bukit Timah with swimming pool, sauna Partially furnished Call: XXXXX55 DIST. 12 MINBU VILLA, new apartment 2.300 sq ft.. 3 bedrooms/ servant's, pool/ security, furnished $2000 Homer XXXXX08. DIST. 2880, NIM PARK,/ Mimosa Park, 3/ 4 bedrooms. Fully furnished

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107 Accommodation Available: Apartments $3,300 NEWTON. High floor Spacious, luxuriously furnished. 4 bedrooms. Tel: XXXXX88. 108 Accommodation Available: Rooms FURNISHED ROOM WITH own entrance in bungalow house at 43 Newton Road (opposite Royal Hotel), for singles Airconditioned. bathroom attached. Rental $1,000. For viewing contact Mdm Chin or tel: XXXXX72. 2

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110 Accommodation Wanted: Apartments NEWLY ARRIVED EXPATRIATES urgently need apartments in Orchard/ Newton /Bukit Timah Holland (Pandan Valley, Ridgewood, Leedon Heights) Katong. Owners tel: XXXXX13 /XXXXX57. READY CLIENTS FOR Grangeford/ Shelford Garden (2 bedrooms)/ Kew Lodge/ Elizabeth Heights/ Sherwood Towers. Owners/ agents please call Trillion Properties XXXXX00 AN AMERICAN COUPLE

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113 For Sale: Houses 113 For Sale: Houses 113 For Sale: Houses W Hill-top Luxury Residences 1 1 Elevated locality. Easy Transportation I Situated beside Shangn-la Park and the P^" i I Beautifully designed Spanish-style A A*^T7TpT^------^_ I I double storey split-level sen -detached |<j B I bungalows and terrace

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A COUPLE LEAVING Singapore st-iiinn I in -;r beauttful stores semi itetachad 4 years Id house Binjal Park irtci at bargain price Freehold 1 an area tJBOO sq H BuW -up abou 2JOOO s(, tt loedrooou faclHUe; rVttractive design and lay i< broker>. Direct buyers ran m»« preitnsev on wnttei:

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114 For Sale: Private 114 For Sale: Private 114 For Sale: Private 114 For Sale: Private 114 For Sale: Private 114 For Sale: Private 114 For Sale: Private 114 For Sale: Private 114 For Sale- Private 114 For Sale: Private Apartments Apartments Apartments Apartments Apartments Apartments Apartments Apartments Apartments Apartments

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Yearning for a home with all the trimmings of a vacation spot?>"u. Choose one at Chuan Park x^kt |Cj t s *£^yv^ ~**m*^t*lo -^^uK^y <*l^7>^^^Baaaaan :L^iJV' V4isil^W I I Step into Chuan Park and you're entering vacationland. It's got the widest range r* T 2? of outdoor facilities ever built

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BpMpW. BMIbHI^S^^ w M jpk i M a. L Exciting Lifestyle U--A of the East Coast. A s^^ i«t«r,r. |ffl| GARDENS Life of elegance begins with Anchor r l u oor Gardens 2 splendid blocks of modern y 1 Condominium just along Upper East Coast '■>\~^ f r m f

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SOMMERVILLE APARTMENT, 2.000 sq.ft. High floor. 3 bedrooms with 1 servant's, split-level livingdining. Urgent sale Vacant pos- session. Occidental Real Estate I XXXXX00 XXXXX31 ARANG COURT, UPPER? unit maisonettes 2 bedrooms From $330,000 upwards Immediate occupation. Swimming pool and squash courts. Tel: XXXXX28 BARGAIN! PANDAN VALLEY, panoramic view, 4 bedrooms,

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FAR EAST MANSION Igh :>< foreigner! eii k IMi Umn genuine t>uyer« I 2UBM2 Mdm i detalli N. ,in'-ni x HOTEL PAVILION VICINITY [uiiy fur:.:- I high-rise anartnw ie u I 800 sqft Freehold SCSdi 80l Ca«da i I MUST SELL' GOODRICH Part i.-i..,i 1370,000 negoUabi* See IHM MUST SELL

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114 For Sale: Private Apartments KINGS MANSION. OIST 15 net) I 1 1 Kwi lacing 149 O ii i> Winning* aj XXXXX29 LUCKY TOWER. FUTURA gb I i 000 I v W.OU lade 9S fl "ANDAN VALLEY CONDO ilni 1 Freehold eat $2 pBB I t => PASIR PANJANG/' HONG

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116 For Sale: HDB Apartments DOVER CLOSE EAST. 5 rooiiuil I C Point Block 13, high floor, unob- t structed »ie\« renovated, factng k morning sun $145,000 0.n.0. Call: B6&M K 1 MEI LING STREET BlOCk 182 3- 7 roi imed i improved i. part lallj renovated Price negotiable. Tet

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116 For Sale: 1 HDB Apartments ss ;him moh blk 13, 5-roomed, ii>ih floor ceramic flooring, well ;epl Asking $125,000 neg. XXXXX11. lOLLAND DRIVE. 5 rooms. Blk 21. rerraZßO, parquet $129,000 Tel: XXXXX No agents. MARINE TERRACE 4-ROOMED, Blk 0 Hilly renovated Frice: $78,000; :PF 364,000. Tel: XXXXX06. MARINE CRESCENT

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118 Factory Spaces 118 Factory Spaces your manutaewmg «»Si medium s ,zed I Mus^r^f 1 e^Sy interestedjn Miematively, manut c I discussing **J2X**o these industr ferCHOICExI f FACTORY f SPACE FOR 1 LEASE I Factory Space of various I dimensions at Sims Ave./ I Eunos Road for lease. I Please

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118 Factory Spaces LIGHT INDUSTRIAL/ WAREHOUSE: j Aljumed 900 sij.it Hillview 1000 3000 sq.ft., Macpherson I7ou iiiou sq.ft., Paya I.ehur 1400 I!»<M> It Pemimpln 1200 22.0111) sq ft 29ti-t)ti(il) DIST. 13 MACPHERSON INDUSTRIAL Complex, brand ne«v Imhl industrial factory. 2,700 sq ft. Freehold. Sale. SlfiU p.s I Deans Property XXXXX55.

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119 Warehouses/ 119 Warehouses/ 121 For Rent 121 For Rent: Storage Spaces Storage Spaces Office Spaces Office Spaces I PRIME I ~Lr\t\V> I WAREHOUSE 1 n^^^r-C I FOR SALE OR i r^P\C^ I LEASE AT I Ur l vE *s£ \1 I PAYALEBAR 1 f OB B Modern warehouse for

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121 For Rent: Office Spaces OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE from dm 10 2.00U mi M l.uil Towers. Or-i-tiar-.l To»ers. bar Bast Plaza. Hong Leong Building. Tong Eng Building The Piaza and many OtlMtn RM S3:*) to $6.00 p.s.f. ■Jgaa T XXXXX4 PARKWAY PARADE (DIST 15) outMelt- CBD, brand new office with

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121 For Rent: Office Spaces 1850/ 2100/ 3750 sq.ft.. Peace L'entrt carpeted, built-in cupboards, ulinds. lightings $2 90 psf XXXXX3b 250 SQ.FT. AT Colombo Court with direct entrance. Ideal for small firm. Interested, call XXXXX56 CARPETED 450 SQ.FT. aircon office Free parking. Paya Lebar. Tel: XXXXX33 No agents DIST 7

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123 For Sale: Shop Spaces MING ARCADE, 3RD level. 170 sq.ft.. tenanted $840 p.m.. $130,000 0.n.0. Umwest XXXXX15/ XXXXX47. 124 For Rent: Shop Spaces PRIME LOCATION SHOP SPACES FOR RENT LUCKY PLAZA Shops 205-538 sq.ft. FAR EAST PLAZA Shops 310 620 sq.ft. ORCHARD PLAZA Shops 215 431 sq.ft. FAR EAST

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124 For Rent: 124 For Rent: 124 For Rent: Shop Spaces Shop Spaces Shop Spaces /Jl^B^Lh^bV _^bbw -flat Prime shops of various floor areas for lease or sale w All trades will do well here Book early limited units available Cuppage Plaza Food Street is located at booming Cuppage Road

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GOLDEN MILE TOWER, 250 sq.ft. Immediate rental. $1,050 0.n.0. No agents. Call: XXXXX74. PEOPLE'S PARK CENTRE, 3rd storey, best location, 677 sq.ft. for rental, $6.30 p.s.f. Contact XXXXX41. SHOP AT TEXTILE Centre for rent/ sale. Interested, please contact: XXXXX22. TANGLIN SHOPPING CENTRE #02--27 Ist floor (Phase II). 314 sq.ft. Please

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137 Tours Buy sell through CATS. Travel A- Tour** ComeTxirWithUs 1 6/9 Days from Sil9B/rus»l 6 Days Special from $999 [ia^lSl/Pattaya/Sa^ttn v7Dty>.tmm»B 4 Dsy t from #499 5 Dftys rroni 9945 ll flMia WAAiVanilfMuM aajJ pr UiJI WWnVlnliiviii #049 I Toly«lromsiooi I Evory Thun/FH TEL: XXXXX66 7500A Beach Road #05-301.

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127 Other Real Estate 127 Other Real Estate HIGH CLASS RESIDENTIAL LAND FOR SALE Location Dist 10, beside Queen Astrid Hill on high ground. Area :Approx:6s,ooo sq.ft. Land title Freehold Price :$lOO p.s.f., 0.n.0. Planning approval granted for building 26 units luxury condominium apartments with covered carpark swimming pool. Principal

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137 Tours 137 Tours IHAERE MAI HAEREMAI HAERE MAI (YOU WON'T FIND A WARMER WELCOME ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD) December through to February is the time when New Zeaiand is ready to welcome hondaymakers from all over the world Are you prepared for the New Zealand Summer? Your travel agent

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137 Tours 137 Tours 137 Tours #NAM HO 1 I TRAVEL SERVICE (S) PTE LTD. §5 With us, you'll anjoy th«s» •xtras Ist class hotels Good meals, mostly grand dinners Extensive itinerary coverage Guaranteed flight departures, direct flights e Friendly bilingual guides. So book early to avoid disappointments! g S

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