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The Straits Times, 18 April 1980

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  • Masthead [Title Section]
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    The Straits Times Estd. 1845 FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1981 30 CENTS M.C.(P) No. 1 1 1/1/80 (16 words)
  • PREM'S ASEAN TOUR MISSION [Articles]
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    PREM'S ASEAN TOUR MISSION THEH CHONGKHADIKIJ 'Move to open dialogue with Viets' Editor-in-Chief of The Bangkok Post Special to the Straits Times BANGKOK, Thursday PRIME Minister Prem Tinsulanonda is expected to inform Asean leaders during his forthcoming tour of the region that Thailand wants to open a dialogue with Vietnam (950 words)
  • QUOTE [Articles]
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    QUOTE PRESIDENT (trt- er Im stated ta»t onr PaseMaa iiknarlMkMtke capability uf taldag cat mast af ihe Savlet cities la the rveat af a Savlet preemptive strike that destrayea m«st «f oor laad-haaefl missiles. This claim Is Mt wily wr«u factaally; It b lacrailMe. 8uee the S«\1eta waald thea have (113 words)
  • Mother and 2 children in death plunge [Articles]
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    Mother and 2 children in death plunge N. G. KUTTY By A WOMAN and her two children, a three-year-old boy and an eight-month-old girl were found dead at the foot of Block i in Holland Close last night. They are believed to have fallen from the 12th floor. Police spokesman (165 words)
  • Tolbert unit hits back [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Tolbert unit hits back MONROVIA. Thurs. A rounter-insurgenry unit created by former President William Tolbert has killed a member of the military administration that overthrew him last Saturday, military sources said The unit also tried and failed to ambush some soldiers supporting the People's Redemption Council set up after the (65 words)
  • Five-star bunkers [Articles]
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    • AFP
    Five-star bunkers BEIJING. Thurs The lack of Chinese hotels has led the country to establish a system of five star establishments in bunkers, which were built lung ago throughout China for storing food. A report in the Peoples Daily today said the first such hotel had been built in an (73 words)
  • Hanoi forces scale down fighting [Articles]
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    • AFP
    Hanoi forces scale down fighting BANGKOK, Thurs. Vietnamese forces have scaled down their military activities in Kampuchea following mass desertions of their troops. Thai military authorities said today. Thai Supreme Command spokesman Lt-Gen Som Kattapan said at a press conference here that there had been "largescale desertions" among Vietnamese forces. (152 words)
  • China's new Mach II jet [Articles]
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    China's new Mach II jet i BEIJING, Thurs. Reports that China has developed a fighter plane capable of flying at twice the speed of sound appeared today in two Beijing publications the Youth Daily and Aviation Knowledge. No details about the plane were given, nor was it said where the (53 words)
  • Four die [Articles]
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    • UPI
    Four die TEHERAN, Thurs A firing squad today executed four men charged with blowing up oil pipelines In the southern Khuzestan province, bordering Iraq, in the midst of a bitter war of words between the Teheran and Baghdad governments and a continued flow of refugees across the common border. -UPI. (50 words)
  • OUR MAN ON THE SPOT IN BANGKOK [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • AGENCIES
    OUR MAN ON THE SPOT IN BANGKOK THE Straits Times has set up a news bureau in Bangkok, one of the most exciting and important centres of news gathering in the world. Manning the bureau is LEE KIM CHEW (above), our newly-ap-pointed Bangkok reporter. Lee, 33, will be providing comprehensive (142 words)
  • Quit offer by Weizman [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Quit offer by Weizman JERUSALEM. Thurs. Israeli Defence Minister Ezer Weizman, who touched off a political storm yesterday by urging early general elections, will offer his resignation to Prime Minister Menachem Begin this weekend, a close associate of Mr Weizman said today "Mr Weizman realises he may have to pay (93 words)
  • Malaysian holiday [Articles]
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    Malaysian holiday KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. The Yang Dipertuan Agung has won a lucky draw for a week's free holiday in Italy organised by the distributors of Alfa Romeo cars in Malaysia. The draws of 12 winners for a package tour made yesterday in Perak were m to recent purchasers Alfa (53 words)
  • Labour of love with $22,000 to boot [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • AP
    Labour of love with $22,000 to boot FOR carrylag a b*b> fathered by a maa abe fcaa never met, Mrs Elizabeth Kanr (a pseudonym) will be paid I -SUM* (SStt.lM) far Mrs Kane, SI, a moth er af three, waa implanted with the ■perm af a man wbaae wife la (119 words)
  • Zhao takes over daily running of govt [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Zhao takes over daily running of govt BEIJING, Thursday CHINA'S senior Vice-Premier Deng Xiaoping today disclosed that Vice-Premier Zhao Ziyang, promoted to the post yesterday, had been put in charge of the day-to-day running of the Chinese Government. Anwering questions from Italian Journalists before meeting Italian Communist Party secretary-general Enrico (409 words)
  • Door is open, Tibetans told [Articles]
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    • UPI
    Door is open, Tibetans told KATMANDU, Thurs. A high Chinese official has said some 15.000 Tibetan refugees living in Nepal are free to visit their homeland anytime. Rong Ren, a member of the central committee of the Chinese Communist Party and i first political commissar of the People's Liberation Army (71 words)
  • Plot foiled [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Plot foiled SAN JOSE, Thurs Costa Rk-an polire said yesterday they had foiled a plot by i Nicaragu in and Chilean exiles to kill President Rodrigo Odio with dynamite Reuter. (30 words)
  • King wins in Italy [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    King wins in Italy the King, who is also the Sultan of Pahang, was one of them, a spokesman of City Motors said today. The spokesman said the King had been informed about the tour in May, but he was not likely to join th» package trip. The winning ticket (56 words)
  • $13m brollies [Articles]
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    • AFP
    $13m brollies PARIS, Thurs Despite the thunder clouds over East-West relations, a small Swiss firm has won a US$6 million (5513.4 million) order to supply umbrellas and sunshade material to the Soviet Union. Radio Luxembourg reported from Geneva yesterday. AFP. (40 words)
  • Tory govt rapped [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Tory govt rapped LONDON. Thurs A leading group of academic economists today savagely attacked the British Government's economic policy, saying it was creating a recession without paralleTsince the XXXXX. The Cambridge University Economic Policy Group, which has become a chief opponent of the Conservative administration's monetarist economic philosophy, recommended an (68 words)
  • Varsity invite [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Varsity invite BEIJING, Thurs. Gmghua University, one of China's oldest and best-equipped, has sent a letter of invitation to its former teachers and students in Taiwan asking them to come to Beijing for its 69th anniversary celebrations on April 27. Reuter. (41 words)
  • $1.2b losses [Articles]
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    • UPI
    $1.2 b losses BERNE, Thurs. Investors lost 960 million Swiss francs iSJI.2 billion in bank failures in Switzerland between 1971 and the end of 1979, the Federal Banking Commission said today. UPI. (32 words)
  • Iran can't survive Western food embargo [Articles]
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    • REUTER, AFP
    Iran can't survive Western food embargo SAY ECONOMISTS TEHERAN, Thursday IRANIAN economists, commenting on reports that the US is soon expected to announce a ban on food and medicine exports to Iran, said here today that their country "cannot survive" a general food embargo by Western countries. White House officials (451 words)
  • 50 Viet refugees land at Marine Parade [Articles]
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    50 Viet refugees land at Marine Parade A VIETNAMESE flaking trawler with abaat 54 refagees aboard laadnf at the East Caast Parkway beach Bear the Slagapare Teaals Ceatrr late last alght. Shertly after the land lag, pettce tram the nearby Jee Chlat stotUn aad Reserve I nit traepa arrived aad (91 words)
  • Asean ministers meeting opens on Monday [Articles]
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    Asean ministers meeting opens on Monday THE ninth meeting of the Asean economic ministers will be held in Singapore from Monday. The threeday meeting will be attended by delegates from the five Asean countries. The Minister for Trade and Industry, Mr Goh Chok Tong, will lead the Singapore delegation, which (170 words)
  • Italian govt passes test [Articles]
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    • UPI
    Italian govt passes test ROML, Thun. Premier Francesco Cossiga's centreleft coalition government passed its first parliamentary test today by winning a vote oi confidence in the Senate. The Senate vote, 178 in fa your and 127 against, is to be followed by similar baUotini on Sunday in the Chamber ol (52 words)
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  • AROUND THE WORLD
    • Soviet bid to spy on Nato drill foiled [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Soviet bid to spy on Nato drill foiled LONDON, Thurs. Two Soviet bombers attempting to spy on the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation air manoeuvres over Britain were intercepted yesterday, a Royal Air Force spokesman disclosed. He said that on Tuesday, the first day of the Nato exercise, two other Soviet (140 words)
    • 'Iraq, US and Arab allies ganging up against Iran' [Articles]
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      'Iraq, US and Arab allies ganging up against Iran Military operations planned THERE is mounting evidence here that Iraq, with the support of such Arab friends as Jordan, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, and with the discreet encouragement of the United States, is preparing for military operations inside Iran. Jordan's Chief (697 words)
    • GULF STATES WOULD WELCOME BLOCKADE [Articles]
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      • UPI
      GULF STATES WOULD WELCOME BLOCKADE NEW YORK, Thurt THE Persian Gulf states, which produce 40 per cent of the free world's oil, would privately welcome a United States naval blockade against Iran because they fear the Soviet Union is planning to take over their oilfields, a Middle East analyst said (182 words)
    • Bani-Sadr tells of deal with US to arrest Shah [Articles]
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      • REUTER, AP
      Bani-Sadr tells of deal with US to arrest Shah TOKYO. Thurs. Iranian i President Abolhassan Bani-Sadr has admitted tnat there were secret arrangements between Teheran and Washington which provided for the ar- rest of the deposed Shah. The United States unilaterally destroyed the arrangements which concern the visit to Iran (238 words)
    • Bank's plan to start 'silver passbook' for depositors [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Bank's plan to start 'silver passbook' for depositors IN RESPONSE to rising consumer demand for bullion, the First National Bank of Chicago yesterday announced It plans to Introduce a ''silver passbook ac- count," allowing customers '."> buy and sell silver. The bank said the sll- I ver passbook, patterned after (196 words)
    • Hundreds held as Libya cracks down on graft [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Hundreds held as Libya cracks down on graft Bribes TRIPOLI, Thursday THE Libyan authorities have rounded up and imprisoned hundreds of people on corruption charges over the past two months, Western diplomatic and business sources here said today. They said that about 2,000 Libyans had been jailed, mostly after being (285 words)
    • Serbian leader shot dead [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Serbian leader shot dead DL'ESSELDORF. Thurs. Mr Dusan Sedlar, widely regarded as the leader of exiled Serbians in Western Europe and the United States, was shot dead on a Duesseldorf street yesterday, a police spokesman said. He said Mr Sedlar. 71. was hit by three bullets fired at him by (75 words)
    • Boycott of classes [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Boycott of classes CAPE TOWN. Thurs Several thousand coloured and black schoolchildren yesterday boycotted classes in protest against what their leaders called "inferior racist education The unrest, which started on Monday, has spread to several schools in South Africa's Cape Peninsula area despite an assurance by Coloured Relations Minister Marais (59 words)
    • YOUNGEST CHESS GRANDMASTER [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AP
      YOUNGEST CHESS GRANDMASTER SCHOOLBOY Garri Kasparov, who turned 17 on Sunday, became the world's youngest chess grandmaster at the International Chess Tournament In the Armenian capital of Baku recently. He is seen here in deep concentration at the Baku tournament. AP picture. (42 words)
    • 10 killed in militant dashes in Beirut [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      10 killed in militant dashes in Beirut BEIRUT, Thar*. At least II people have been killed and more than M wonnded In flere* street battles between rival Lebanese supporter* of Iraq and Iran. Militants of the proIranlan Shl-lte Mullm Amal militia yesterday exchanged heavy rocket-grenade and machine-gunfire with pro-Iraqi fuunen. (111 words)
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  • AROUND THE WORLD 2
    • Viets block return of refugees [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Viets block return of refugees THAIS STOP ALL REPATRIATION OF KHMERS BANGKOK, Thurs. Viet- i namese forces have blocked Kampuchean refugees from returning to their homeland i from the beginning of this month, forcing the Thai military to stop all repatriation of Kampucheans. A Thai military spokesman said that all (343 words)
    • PLOT TO KILL TOP INDIAN POLITICIANS EXPOSED [Articles]
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      • AFP
      PLOT TO KILL TOP INDIAN POLITICIANS EXPOSED NEW DELHI, Thursday POLICE have unearthed an assassination plot to kill top Indian politicians and claimed smashing it. Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was on the top of the list followed by her controversial younger son Mr San jay Gandhi and her Interior Minister (259 words)
    • Australia urged to remove trade barriers [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Australia urged to remove trade barriers JAKARTA, Thurs. The chairman of the fifth Asean- Australian forum yesterday called on Australia to cut its trade surplus with the South-east Asian countries by removing tariff and non-tariff barriers. Mr Kassim Hussein, the Malaysian delegate acting as chairman of the twoday forum, told (236 words)
    • A poor show by Asian developing countries last year [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      A poor show by Asian developing countries last year MANILA, Thurs. Most Asian developing countries suffered higher inflation, lower food production, wider trade deficits and declining growth rates in 1979, but many still managed a modest increase in per capita income, the Asian Development Bank said today. In its annual (187 words)
    • 'Mandela will not be freed' [Articles]
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      • AFP
      'Mandela will not be freed' JOHANNESBURG, Thurs The South African Government has no intention of freeing jailed nationalist leader Nelson Mandela. Police Minister Louis Le Grange said. His announcement yesterday in Parliament followed an ongoing campaign by the black dally paper, The Post, for the release of the former leader (69 words)
    • CHINESE-AMERICANS OBJECT TO 'RACIST' CHARLIE CHAN [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AFP
      CHINESE-AMERICANS OBJECT TO 'RACIST' CHARLIE CHAN SAN FRANCISCO, i Than. Film detective Charlie Chan has been I accused «f being a racist Asian stereotype by the leaders of the larg- j rat Chinese community Mteide the Orient In Chinatown, San Fran- else*. These Chlnese-Ameri- can leaders want to stop production (146 words)
    • Suharto hits out at graft and love rumours [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Suharto hits out at graft and love rumours JAKARTA, Thursday PRESIDENT Suharto of Indonesia today said rumours accusing his family of corruption and himself of having a love affair with a film star were malicious efforts to overthrow his government. Addressing the army's crack Red Beret corps at Cijantung, near (219 words)
    • Military probes 'massacre of 30 rebels' [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Military probes 'massacre of 30 rebels' MANILA, Thursday THE military command in southern Philippines has ordered an investigation into the reported massacre of about 30 Muslim rebels and sympathisers in the southwestern island of Tawi Tawi nearly two weeks ago. Brigadier General Teofisto Gaurano, acting chief of the southern command (170 words)
    • Death fall [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Death fall PARIS. Thurs A 19-year old iran today leaped to his death from the top of Notre Dame Cathedral, in the 19th suicide since the war. AFP. (28 words)
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  • AROUND THE WORLD 3
    • Drug test nurse dies after experiment [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Drug test nurse dies after experiment WASHINGTON, Thursday A NURSING student died while serving as a paid volunteer in an experimental drug programme last week at the National Institute of Health, an NIH official said today. Miss Bernadette Gillcrist, 23, died last Saturday while taking part in a programme to (226 words)
    • Sacked nun's month-long car live-in protest at cathedral [Articles]
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      • AP
      Sacked nun's month-long car live-in protest at cathedral WINONA (Minnesota), Thurs. A Franciscan nun, who was dismissed from her order, has been living in a car in the parking lot of the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart for more than a month, still wearing her habit and vowing to remain (167 words)
    • Way cleared for resettlement of Cubans [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER, UPI
      Way cleared for resettlement of Cubans HAVANA, Thursday CUBA and Peru have the resettlement abroad people who jammed Li smoothing the way foi Cubans wishing to leave settled a dispute on id of the thousands of Lima's embassy here, 'or the evacuation of re their homeland. Almost 250 people already (299 words)
    • 17th century $200,000 violin? [Articles]
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      • AP
      17th century $200,000 violin? NEW YORK, Thurs. Police said they still don't know whether a violin found in a New York city apartment used by drug addicts is a US$lOO,OOO (XXXXX, 000) 17th century instrument or why its owner hasn't reported it missing. Detective Robert Volpe, an arts expert for (101 words)
    • ECONOMIC SNIPPETS
      • Bid to stop sheep export [Articles]
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        • AFP
        Bid to stop sheep export A NATIONAL campaign to stop the export of live sheep for slaughter overseas is to be launched by the Australian Meat Industries Employees Union. This was announced yesterday by the union's president, Mr Jack Sparks, who said the practice was causing increasing unemployment among members. (51 words)
      • Nissan plant for US [Articles]
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        • UPI
        Nissan plant for US NISSAN Motors, Japan's No 2 car maker, announced yesterday it will invest US$300 million (SJ663 million) to build a plant in the United States that will manufacture •small trucks. Nissan president Takashi Ishlhara told a news conference he hopes Nissan's decision will stop criticism from US (72 words)
      • US$ plunges in Tokyo [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        US$ plunges in Tokyo THE US dollar fell sharply on the Tokyo foreign exchange market yesterday, i closing at 247.80 yen (SJ2.20) i compared with yesterday's close at 252.35 yen. The dollar's plunge, which began immediately after the opening of trading, followed a cut in the prime rate of Chase (69 words)
      • Rupee again devalued [Articles]
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        • AP
        Rupee again devalued THE Indian rupee was devalued yesterday for the second time in a week by about 0.85 per cent against the British pound, the Reserve Bank of India announced. The new middle rate for one pound is 17.95 rupees instead of 17.75 rupees. AP. (46 words)
      • Japan-Asean talks in May [Articles]
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        • AP
        Japan-Asean talks in May JAPANESE business leaders and top officials of Asean will hold a meeting in Osaka on May 28 to discuss ways of profnoting economic relations between Japan and Asean, the Export-Import Bank of Japan announced I yesterday. The meeting is to be sponsored jointly by the bank, (66 words)
      • More tourist revenue [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        More tourist revenue DEVELOPING Asian countries earned almost US$5 billion (S$U.O5 billion) from tourism last year compared with US$4.5 billion in 1978, the Asian Development Bank said in its annual report published yesterday. Reuter (34 words)
    • Friendship that led to $1m inheritance [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Friendship that led to $1m inheritance MELBOURNE, Than. A 38-year-old taxi driver who befriended a rich, elderly woman 15 yean ago has Inherited \tmjm <ssi,»s,aw) from her. A court yesterday rejected a challenge by four nieces to the will of their aunt and rnled that the 87-year-old woman, who died (162 words)
    • New Greek measures to save the Acropolis [Articles]
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      • NYT
      New Greek measures to save the Acropolis ATHENS, Thurs THE Greek government announced new measures yesterday designed to save the 25-century-old Acropolis monuments from decay, including the closing down of nearby industry and a ban on parking in the vicinity. The measures were disclosed after a visit to the temples (159 words)
    • JEWISH MAN, ARAB GIRL GET IRISH KIDNEYS [Articles]
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      • AP
      JEWISH MAN, ARAB GIRL GET IRISH KIDNEYS TEL AVIV, Thursday THE kidneys of an Irish soldier who dies after being wounded in action in southern Lebanon have been transplanted to an Arab girl and a Jewish man. Private Stephen Griffin of the UN peacekeeping troops died yesterday at Rambam Hospital (272 words)
    • Take action against screening death film [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER, AP
      Take action against screening death film SAUDI PRESS URGES RIYADH GOVT SAUDI Arabia's government-con-trolled news media is demanding Saudi economic reprisals against countries that broadcast the film Death Of A Princess. The British-American television film tells the story of Saudi Princess Mashail executed for an adulterous love affair by firing (419 words)
    • GM out of list [Articles]
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      GM out of list NEW YORK, Than. General Motors no longer heads the list of the SM largest US companies, Fortue magailne said today. The car maker has been edged oat of tint place by the oil compaay Exxon. Fortune said the change might be permanent because Exxon led the (73 words)
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  • AROUND THE WORLD 4
    • Kennedy leaning on support [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AP
      Kennedy leaning on support SENATOR Edward Krnnnly, caadlfete fer the Dem*rr»Ur ■•mlutU»a fer the US Pretddeacy, leaM late tke rrewd la tke fereneuri shaking kaaia at a man rally la H*rrtsb«rK, PrusylvaoU, on Weteeaday. At the far right la a eheekei eeai la hit* wife, The PeuaylvaaU Primary la aext (75 words)
    • WHITE RULE COMES TO END AFTER 90 YEARS [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      WHITE RULE COMES TO END AFTER 90 YEARS SALISBURY, Thursday NINE decades of white supremacy in Rhodesia will come to an end at midnight tonight as Britain withdraws from its last, war-torn African colony and the new state of Zimbabwe is born. The lowering of the Union Jack at Salisbury's (368 words)
    • Trade unions boycott Coca-Cola [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Trade unions boycott Coca-Cola GENEVA, Thurs.— Several national trade unions have begun to boycott Coca-Cola to protest against alleged anti-union activities by the firm's agent in Guatemala, the International Union of Food Workers (UITA) announced here today. UITA first urged its branches to take action in January. Since then, the (99 words)
    • Nuclear test [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Nuclear test WASHINGTON, Thurs The United States yesterday staged an underground nuclear test in the Nevada Desert, in its fourth nuclear test ol the year, the Energy Department said AFP (30 words)
    • Uphill try to cure sneeze [Articles]
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      • AP
      Uphill try to cure sneeze PARIS, Thura A 12-YEAR-OLD English girl whe caa't stop sneering and new holds the world record hai* arrived la the French Pyrenees heping the pare, dry air will care I her malady. Trlcia Reay ef SnttonCeldflelds travelled to Perplgaen yesterday and was taken to the (142 words)
    • Zia-Indira surprise talks in Zimbabwe [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AGENCIES
      Zia-Indira surprise talks in Zimbabwe In DAR ES SALAAM, Mrs Gandhi said yesterday that prospects of a Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan would im- S ALISBUR Y, Thur* PRESIDENT Zia al-Haq of Pakistan announced today he will be meeting Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi for the first time to discuss "the (466 words)
    • Russians are baffled by US boycott of Games [Articles]
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      • NYT
      Russians are baffled by US boycott of Games MOSCOW, Thursday THE now all-but-certain American boycott of the Moscow Olympics is a painful setback to the Soviet Government, but the Soviet people, from Moscow to the deserts of Central Asia, seem to have little understanding of the reasons for it. i (250 words)
    • Moscow silent on caviar scandal [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Moscow silent on caviar scandal MOSCOW, Thura THE Soviet Fisheries Ministry today refused all comment on rumours circulating in the capital of a vast, illegal traffic in caviar that is said to involve many high officials. A ministry spokesman said he knew nothing about the rumours, which appear to have (143 words)
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  • No funds. so car loans for govt men shelved [Articles]
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    No funds. so car loans for govt men shelved CAR loans for civil servants have been temporarily shelved as the allocated funds are now exhausted, the Permanent Secretary of the Finance Ministry's budget division, Mr G. E. Bogaars, said yesterday. He denied a New Nation report that such loans had (171 words)
  • Sportsweek for seamen [Articles]
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    Sportsweek for seamen THE Norwegian Ambassador, Mr Per G. Schoyen, will open the International Sportsweek for Seamen 1980 at the Queenstown Athletic Centre tomorrow at 2.30 p.m. The annual event is organised Jointly by the National Maritime Board and the Norwegian Government Seamen's Service. free gifts (46 words)
  • Their wandering days will be over... [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Their wandering days will be over... ByPOONKEENMUN DUCKS will be forbidden to wander about in the open in farms by April 15 next year. The Ministry of National Development sent letters of notification to 12,000 licensed farmers on Wednesday and yesterday to tell them of the move to completely phase (434 words)
  • Iyappa Swami celebrations [Articles]
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    Iyappa Swami celebrations SRI Muneeswaran Temple will celebrate Its first Iyappa Swaml anniversary with a kumbabishegam at its premises today. There will be a poo)a at 7 a.m. and Ruthra Shegam at 3 p.m. A special abisbegam will be held at 4 p.m. followed by a special pooja at 7 (51 words)
  • Salesman found wife strangled [Articles]
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    Salesman found wife strangled A SALESMAN returned to his Sims Avenue home on the afternoon of April 25, 1977 to find his wife strangled and his two-year-old daughter seated beside her. Mr Shahul Hameed. 38, told a coroner's court yesterday that his wife, Slomani, 26, was lying on the floor (113 words)
  • Innovations in printing [Articles]
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    Innovations in printing MACHINES that can produce more than 15,000 printing plates a day at about 18 cents each and push-button control of the entire composing room these are tome of the exciting Innovations awaiting the publishing industry. Managing director of Dataprep (S) Pte Ltd, Mr Holon Wong Snuk Wai, (68 words)
  • Pharmacists urged: Back ministry's decision [Articles]
    • Page 7
    Pharmacists urged: Back ministry's decision Labelling of medicines THE Pharmaceutical Society of Singapore yesterday urged its members to give full support to the Health Ministry's decision to label dispensed medicine. A statement by the society said pharmacists in retail practice in particular should carry out labelling when feasible. The society (359 words)
  • PRINTING FIRM AWARDED $43,500 DAMAGES [Articles]
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    PRINTING FIRM AWARDED $43,500 DAMAGES A FIRM of printers which sued Plessey Singapore Pte Ltd for breach of contract over an old printing machine was awarded $43,500 damages and costs by Mr Justice Kulasekaram in the High Court yesterday. Chin Hong Printing Co had in evidence given by its managing (198 words)
  • 'Genscher visit spurred Asean-EEC ties' [Articles + Illustrations]
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    'Genscher visit spurred AseanEEC ties WEST German Ksrelga Minister Haas Dietrich Genscher'n Impreaslsas sf Singapore, which he vMte<d In im, M him to pash fsr a straager Aseaa-EEC relation ship. His efforts led to the Braaaels aad Kaala Lam par Aaeaa-EEC sammltH late lait year, West German amhawaadT to SUga- (244 words)
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  • SCCCI to find out office space needs [Articles]
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    SCCCI to find out office space needs CHRISTINA RODRIGUES By MORE than 600 Chinese trade, clan and cultural associations will soon be asked how much Space they will need in the Guild House to be built in Telok Ayer Street. The Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry is giving (208 words)
  • Arms charge trial [Articles]
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    Arms charge trial A HX)RMER stan sergeant of the Singapore Navy, Chan Hong Seng, 29. is to stand trial at the High Court after a preliminary Inquiry was held in the magistrate's court yesterday on a charge of possessing two live bullets and a revolver at the East Coast Park (81 words)
  • Two hurt in free for all at basketball —match— [Articles]
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    Two hurt in free for all at basketball —match— TWO mea were hart whea rival faas at a basketball match at the Peepie's flsssrls ttoa feaght It eat darlag a game ea Wedaesday alght. PeUee said the twe lalared were Mr Seh Klaa Seag. team maaager ef the Teag Whye (142 words)
  • Desaru trip [Articles]
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    Desaru trip THE Princess Elizabeth community centre will organise a trip to Desaru beach and Kota Tinggi on April 27. (20 words)
  • Butter fingers of success [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Butter fingers of success MR PHILIP SAUB, tow %—A rtyn to l««k MPredatlagly at hU •wa w*rk. After Hpeadlng 11 a»ys m hto Omnik mythical bird) tatter aealptwe, he received •fllrUi reeegaitiMi by wiudag g*M »ward tar the tatter sculptUc event »t the SaUo Culi■atre »t the Peed A«U M (162 words)
  • Two charged with causing deaths on road [Articles]
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    Two charged with causing deaths on road THREE drivers were charged yesterday two with causing death, and the third with causing injury. Businessman Chan Juay Whee claimed trial to a charge of causing the death of a gardener, cyclist Ahmad bin Haji Ali, at Newton Road on July 15 last (204 words)
  • CPF likely to free funds for public investments' [Articles]
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    CPF likely to free funds for public investments' CENTRAL Provident Fund money, which stood at $7.7 billion at end January, may be released for specified investments, probably in public sector-related projects as well as in equity investments. The point was made by the chairman of the Association of Banks, Singapore, (576 words)
  • Norwegian ship here with 63 refugees [Articles]
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    Norwegian ship here with 63 refugees A NORWEGIAN freighter, Hoegh Target, arrived here yesterday with 63 Vietnamese picked up from the South China Sea. A spokesman for the Norwegian Embassy said Norway would guarantee resettlement of the refugees within the next three months. The boat people, 22 men, 12 women (132 words)
  • 4 papers rule out uniform press time [Articles]
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    4 papers rule out uniform press time FOUR newspaper publish- ers yesterday ruled out the possibility of having a standardised press time as a means of reducing the time vendors have to wait to collect the papers for delivery. The Times Publishing Group, Nanyang Siang Pau, Sin Chew Jit Pon (623 words)
  • 30 BANKS UNDER WINGS OF SWIFT IN 2 YEARS? [Articles]
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    30 BANKS UNDER WINGS OF SWIFT IN 2 YEARS? THE Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (Swift) aims to widen its computerised network in Singapore to at least 30 banks within the next two years. Since April 7, 12 banks, seven in Singapore and five offshore, have been linked to (140 words)
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  • Enter the new-look HDB prefab flats ... [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Enter the new-look HDB prefab flats THIS Is what Singapore's new three and four-room prefabricated flats will look when they are built over the next five years. The building of 25,•M such units using this new labonr-savlng method Is expected to begin In the third quarter of next year. I (202 words)
  • Braniff will halt flights to LA [Articles]
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    Braniff will halt flights to LA BRANIFF Airways will suspend temporarily its twice-weekly flights from Singapore to Los Angeles from May 16 because it cannot get more traffic rights in the region. A statement from the airline yesterday said it could not get the rights to carry passengers from here (151 words)
  • Bottled plants [Articles]
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    Bottled plants MR M.KRISHNA, a retired civil servant, will give a talk-cum-demonstration on methods of growing plants in glass containers (bottle gardens) at the Marine Parade Branch Library on Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. Admission is free. (36 words)
  • Charged with stealing [Articles]
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    Charged with stealing GOVINDARAGU s o Vadivellu, 21, was charged yesterday in a magistrate s court with stealing a motor pick-up from a carpark in Paya Lebar Way between April 7 and 8. The vehicle, worth $9,000, belonged to Mr Wong Shum Lvi He was remanded and the case will (54 words)
  • Times offers study awards to staff [Articles]
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    Times offers study awards to staff THE Times Organisation has set up a scholarship scheme for serving employees tenable at the National University of Singapore. Employees can avail themselves of the scheme, which offers two awards each year, from next year. Confirmed employees with outstanding academic results and good conduct (219 words)
  • Good response to English courses [Articles]
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    Good response to English courses THE Regional Language Centre's specially-designed English language courses to meet the need for professional "job-specific" English have received good response. So far, some 2,500 professionals have attended these courses, which cover selected "job-specific" letters and reports, effective reading techniques, and the elements of style and (66 words)
  • Theft charge [Articles]
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    Theft charge AMRAN bin Buang, 19, was charged in a court yesterday with stealing a gold chain worth $970 from Madam Tomini binti Haji Mohd Hassim at Block C, Bidadan Cemetery quarters, on Wednesday at 8 a.m. He was remanded and the case will be mentioned on April 30. (49 words)
  • Suit over sale of car settled [Articles]
    • Page 9
    Suit over sale of car settled A DAMAGE suit between the chairman and managing director of a private investigation company and Cycle and Carriage (Enterprise) Pte Ltd was settled yesterday, for an undisclosed sum. Mr W.D. Anthony, had sued Cycle and Carriage for allegedly selling him a defective and unroadwor- (95 words)
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    • Nation must not become police state says Suffian [Articles]
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      • NST
      Nation must not become police state says Suffian K. LUMPUR, Thura. MALAYSIA should not be allowed to develop I into a police state, the i Lord President, Tun 1 Mohamed Suffian Hashim, said in the Feder- j al Court today. Parliament and the people would not allow a Savak to (601 words)
    • Ticket to trouble [Articles]
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      Ticket to trouble KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. The Malayan Railway will take disciplinary action against those responsible for double-selling tickets for the Express Rakyat. Its marketing manager (passengers), Mr Zainal Abidin Abdul Talib, told the Star newspaper the matter was being investigated and action was expected soon. (46 words)
    • Pirate tape arrests [Articles]
      • Page 10
      • NST
      Pirate tape arrests KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. Police detained three roadside traders on suspicion of selling pirated cassette tapes at the Chow Kit area last night. A large quantity of imitation tapes as well as electronic equipment was also seized. NST. (40 words)
    • ASEAN MOVE ON USE OF DRIVING LICENCES [Articles]
      • Page 10
      • AFP
      ASEAN MOVE ON USE OF DRIVING LICENCES KUALA LUMPUR, Thin. The Aaeaa Craunlttoe on Transport and Communication which met here today has agreed to raetoiae In prlwdple the ttemmtic driven' licence* of its memher-eMutrles. Ita chairmaa, Datak Haji Mchamed Noor Hassan, said this arrangement was snbfect to approval by the (149 words)
    • 'Look nearby' [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      'Look nearby' KOTA KINABALU, Thurs. Sabah should explore potential markets for its industrial products in southern Philippines and Indonesian Kalimantan, Deputy Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Lew Sip Hon said here today. Reuter. (33 words)
    • No Causeway check if you [Articles]
      • Page 10
      • AFP
      No Causeway check if you fly via Senai KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. Malaysian Airline System passengers travelling from Singapore to East Malaysia via the Senai airport in Johore will soon be exempted from customs checks at the Causeway and the Senai airport. Transport Ministry secretary-general Datuk Haji Mohamed Noor Hassan said (104 words)
    • QUOTE [Articles]
      • Page 10
      QUOTE "We cannot take action because of the lack of proof." A Malaysian Education Ministry spokesman commenting on a call by Wanita Umno to take action against students who go to school without wearing brassierres. (35 words)
    • Bosses told to keep watch on pickets [Articles]
      • Page 10
      • NST
      Bosses told to keep watch on pickets KUALA LUMPUR, Thursday THE Malaysian Employers' Federation has advised its members to keep a "watch" on the proposed nationwide pickets by workers on Mon- day. MEF executive director Mr K. A. Menon said today that they should report to the Registrar of Trade (181 words)
    • Manila sends protest over KL maps [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Manila sends protest over KL maps MANILA. Thurs. The Philippines has formally protested to Malaysia about two officia maps showing the Malaysian continental shelf encroaching on Philippine territory, the Foreign Ministry said. Deputy Foreign Minister Jose Ingles told reporters last night that the protest was made "quietly last month since (190 words)
    • Now prices catch up [Articles]
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      Now prices catch up TANAH RATA, Thurs. Farmers are getting a better price for their tomatoes. The price has gone up to 18 cents per 605g an increase of 13 cents. Only 10 days ago, tomatoes were sold at only four to five cents per 606g due to a glut (57 words)
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  • 70 want to 'home in' here every month [Articles]
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    70 want to 'home in' here every month CHRISTINA RODRIGUES Foreign investors not put off by deposit By APPLICATIONS for permanent residence by foreign investors are understood to average 70 a month since January. Despite the doubling of the requisite cash deposit last year from $250,000 to $500,000 there has (320 words)
  • Turn to i Syariah Court call to Muslim women [Articles]
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    Turn to i Syariah Court call to Muslim women MUSLIM women with marriage problems have been urged to take their complaints to the Syariah Court and not civil courts as the former has the I jurisdiction to make orders according to Muslim law. Miss Asnah binti Ahmad, assistant director of (181 words)
  • Charity drive [Articles]
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    Charity drive THE Upper Serangoon com- munity centre will organise a charity donation drive on Sunday and next Sunday. All items collected from residents will be donated to charitable organisations. Times of collection on both weekends will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (44 words)
  • Applicants swamp HUDC to get ahead [Articles]
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    Applicants swamp HUDC to get ahead PEOPLE hftve teeea ■towunlßg the Hwulag »«d I i-ban Devetopmeat (dnptb> alflee ever Ike part few «Uyg v get »ppUr*U»n Urn* f*r Ite Data. Ite rate «t appUcattoi haa ■■■Metfitace the nOaed Immm oeittag tar apaUeaati (fmn U.m U $M»> was awd, a ma* (151 words)
  • Five months for jewellery snatch thief [Articles]
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    Five months for jewellery snatch thief AN UNEMPLOYED man was sentenced to five months' jail by a court yesterday for stealing a gold chain and pendant worth $3,000 from Madam Chua Kwan on April 2. Madam Chua, 63, housewife, was walking along the corridor of Block 45, Moh Guan Terrace, (78 words)
  • DevaiTs date [Articles]
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    DevaiTs date THE MP for Anson and president of the NTUC, Mr C.V. Devan Nair, will officiate at the pile driving ceremony for the rebuilding of the Sri Ruthra Kaliamman Temple at Depot Road, Telok Blangah New Town, on Sunday at 10 a.m. (43 words)
  • S. Korean official to visit ministry [Articles]
    • Page 11
    S. Korean official to visit ministry A SOUTH Korean official, holding a rank equal to that of a minister, will visit the Environment Ministry today. Mr Park Seung Kyu, an administrator in South Korea's Ministry of Environment, will call on the Minister for the Environment, Mr Lim Kirn San. Before (107 words)
  • Shippers urged not to worsen timber exports by 'misdeeds' [Articles]
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    Shippers urged not to worsen timber exports by 'misdeeds' THE Singapore National Shippers Council has urged shippers not to worsen the decline of timber and timber product exports by "malpractices". A statement by its chairman Mr Sia Yong on Wednesday said there were complaints that shippers had under-declared exports of (413 words)
  • All for plain sailing [Articles]
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    All for plain sailing THE joint working group on cooperation between Asian and Pacific shippers and shipowners meet In Bangkok today and tomorrow. The group will discuss, among others, issues that might form a basis for cooperation between shippers and shipowners in Asia and the Pacific region and also procedures (58 words)
  • YWCA talk [Articles]
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    YWCA talk THE chairman of National Baha Women's Committee. Mrs Shirin Fozdar. will give a public talk on Life After Death at the YWCA in Fort Canning Rise tomorrow at 4 p.m (32 words)
  • Work of art that calls for a closer look [Articles + Illustrations]
    • Page 11
    Work of art that calls for a closer look HIS devotion to microscopic ivory carving has brought not only acclaim for mastering this intricate art, but has also cost Mr Wong Lo Feng the sight of his right eye. Mr Wong, 68, has zealously pursued this taxing art for the (233 words)
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  • Making a surprise clean sweep... [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Making a surprise clean sweep L. VIJAYALAKSHMI Report by POOD hawkers were takea by surprise yesterday when health Inspectors marched in with torches, warning notices and summons tickets to book those who continued to handle food In, unhygienic ways. At the Holland Road Market food centre, the first stallholder was (368 words)
  • Trade team to visit Sri Lanka [Articles]
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    Trade team to visit Sri Lanka THE Singapore Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry will send a 30-member investment and trade mission to Colombo on Wednesday for a five-day visit at the invitation of the Sri Lanka Government. The mission will be led by the vice-president of the SFCCI (88 words)
  • Police told: Don't breed suspicion [Articles]
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    Police told: Don't breed suspicion THE secretiveness of the police at times when dealing with minor offences can cause unnecessary suspicion and inconvenience to the public, the Senior Parliamentary Secretary (Environment), Mr Chor Yeok Eng, said yesterday. Speaking at the graduation parade of the 19th intake of full-time police national (161 words)
  • Sentiments secondary to public interest, says counsel [Articles]
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    Sentiments secondary to public interest, says counsel PRIVATE sentiments are secondary to public interest in the government's acquisition of land. Senior State Counsel Mr Chao Hick Tin said this in the High Court yesterday at the continued hearing of the case of a couple seeking a declaration against the government. (264 words)
  • BANK OF CANTON CLAIM HEARING PUT OFF [Articles]
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    BANK OF CANTON CLAIM HEARING PUT OFF THE HIGH Court has postponed further hearing of the Bank of Canton's civil claim for $401,793 plus interest from Dart Sum Timber (Pte) Ltd to date to be fixed. Yesterday, counsel for both parties saw Mr Jus- tice D'Cotta in chambers j before (150 words)
  • Tanzania VIPs visit Jurong [Articles]
    • Page 13
    Tanzania VIPs visit Jurong TANZANIAN Vice-Presi-dent Aboud Jumbe visited Jurong Town Corporation yesterday at the start of his tour of the estate. He was accompanied by Brigadier Ramadhan Haii, member of the central committee of Chama Cha Mapindduzi and Minister of Planning; Mr C. Y. Mgonja, Minister of Culture and (174 words)
  • Destroyer's visit [Articles]
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    Destroyer's visit AN AUSTRALIAN destroyer is in Singapore on a routine deployment in South-east Asian waters. The destroyer, HMAS Swan, arrived on Tuesday for the first of three "show the flag" visits here. The ships spokesman, Sub-Lieutenant John Rawson, said this was to stress Australia's interest in the region, and (74 words)
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  • Why is MTUC raising such a storm? [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Why is MTUC raising such a storm? ALBERT RAMALINGAM Malaysia's new labour laws By Despite a government warning that it would be illegal, the Malaysian Trades Union Congress says it will go ahead with nationwide picketing by its members on Monday to protest against the recent amendments to the country's (1340 words)
  • The Straits Times FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1980 NEW CHAPTER [Articles]
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    The Straits Times FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1980 NEW CHAPTER TODAY marks the official birth of the new state of Zimbabwe. And with it the end of 90 years of white domination in Rhodesia. It is the culmination of a bitter seven-year bush war which has cost more than 20,000 lives (400 words)
  • LORD LOVE A DUCK [Articles]
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    LORD LOVE A DUCK NINE years ago, the Primary Production Department was studying the idea of high-rise pig and poultry breeding. The rationale was that our tiny island just cannot afford to spare the land for uneconomic subsistence farming. Well, the experts subsequently dropped their plan to house livestock in (385 words)
  • Bilderberg Group: Europe's power behind the scenes? [Articles]
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    Bilderberg Group: Europe's power behind the scenes? JUDBON BENNETT By in Aachen, West Germany AMID the tightest security and secrecy, 100 men and women will be converge on the West German city of Aachen today for a series of meetings which could profoundly influence the troubled tension-filled months ahead. For (468 words)
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    • COPLEY NEWS SERVICE
    One Ph.D too many JOSEPH THESKEN in New York By THE American dream for the academically gifted attaining a doctorate is being shattered. The promised land of a professorship at a prestigious university or a plush jot) in industry has proved to be only a mirage for many a disenchanged (482 words)
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  • FORUM
    • Health Ministry must better lot of young doctors [Letters]
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      Health Ministry must better lot of young doctors THE Permanent Secretary (Health), Dr Andrew Chew, was reported (ST, April 14) to have expressed concern over the "brain drain" of the University of Singapore medical graduates over the past decade when he referred to an increase of only 436 doctors in (362 words)
    • Tears and anger after 150 pc hike [Letters]
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      Tears and anger after 150 pc hike ON APRIL 1, I was at the surgical outpatient clinic of Tan Tock Seng Hospital. Earlier that morning, a considerate nurse had rung to inform me of the rise in outpatient fee from $4 to $10. Not until I was at the clinic (520 words)
    • Allocate more money for health care [Letters]
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      Allocate more money for health care SINCE April 1, it has been very expensive to seek medical treatment at a government clinic or hospital. Let me explain why it is so. A week ago, I brought my child to the General Hospital for his appointed check-up. I paid $10 as (251 words)
    • After-care done in perfunctory way is of little use [Letters]
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      After-care done in perfunctory way is of little use I READ with interest an The patients will not article (ST, March 14) on benefit from the weU-plan-the steps taken by the ned follow-up system if Ministry of Health to im- doctors and nurses perprove the after-care serv- form perfunctory roles (354 words)
    • Skip jabs for those who've had measles [Letters]
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      Skip jabs for those who've had measles WHILE THE vaccination against measles of children of school-going age may be a good thing, those who have had natural measles should be exempted from the jab if proof from a medical practitioner can be furnished. American studies of the measles vaccine have (214 words)
    • Expiry dates scheme under study [Letters]
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      Expiry dates scheme under study PLEASE refer to the article, "Date marking for drugs as well?" (ST. March 21). This ministry is at present looking into the inclusion of expiry dates on labels of medicinal products under separate legislation. I would like to inform your writer that under the Sales (107 words)
    • Labelling of all drugs may be harmful [Letters]
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      Labelling of all drugs may be harmful I WOULD agree with the Permanent Secretary (Health), Dr Andrew Chew, that in general it is beneficial for medicines dispensed to be labelled ana their strength stated (ST, April 16). However, indiscriminate labelling of virtually all medicines may be harmful. One disadvantage in (154 words)
    • Revise hours for visiting [Letters]
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      Revise hours for visiting AT PRESENT, members of the public are allowed to see their relatives and neighbours at noontime and in the evenings only. This may cause inconvenience to wage earners, who have limited leisure hours. I propose that the authorities concerned revise the existing policy, so that our (64 words)
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  • TIMES CITY DESK
    • Share prices close firmer [Articles]
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      Share prices close firmer IN THE midst *f high interest rates and a rise la Singapore's rate of Inflation, the Singapore stock market yesterday drifted thrm-gh another day of sluggish activity. With hath factors aetlag negatively on the market, volatile was agala at a law ebb as investors remaiaed caatttMS. (390 words)
    • Kuala Lumpur [Articles]
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      Kuala Lumpur A SLIGHTLY steadier trend ruled on the Kuala Lumpur stock market yesterday, but traders were still cautious and hesitant. There was a general disinclination to deal as suggested by the low turnover of 1.93 million units worth $6.07 million, compared with the previous day's turnover of 1.89 million (295 words)
    • Money and exchanges [Articles]
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      Money and exchanges FOLLOWING Ike sharp fall of the US dollar In Europe and US mar keti on Wednesday, the US Sing dollar opened sharply lower at S2 2100 30 In the Singapore forex market yesterday The market fluctuated in a range of S3 2100 and C 2240 in hectic (207 words)
    • NOMINAL RATES [Articles]
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      NOMINAL RATES ASIAN currency deposit Interbank rates as at close on April 17: Closing Asian dollar certificates of deposit for prime names: I^SO Source: Merrill Lynch Intera.lion.l (A.i.) A Co. jvdahiv iam di o.w pin. Cunandw Nominal niH SmMtMontan quoted )Mlw d»» (ero— )pwH> j dtllmm U »r •I f (334 words)
    • Discount [Articles]
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      Discount ™?LLZTJ'lr s by "TJTTT^SSK^T CloaiM Buying S«lh.g rreasury bills T. T. J month Bank bills 11 11 3 months CD 12 11. 6 months CD 12 11 tourer: National Diacoual lu (32 words)
    • Money market [Articles]
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      Money market Singapore dollars on April 17: offer Bid Overnight 8 7 I month II 15/1611 13/ i ■.■mm. His 11 15/16 11 13/> I months ll 15 16 1 1 13/ n Overnight mode 10' (36 words)
    • OVERSEAS MARKETS
      • H'kong [Articles]
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        H'kong HONGKONG: Stocks closed generally firmer in active trading yesterday, with turnover well up on Wednesday, the Hang Seng index added 16.44 to 814.71 points, dealers said. Most rises were seen in the morning, prompted by easier local interbank rates, a lowering of US primes and a relatively firm Hongkong (398 words)
      • Tokyo [Articles]
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        Tokyo TOKYO: Share prices closed higher yesterday, on fresh buying in oils, machines and vehicles after a sharp fall on Wednesday, dealers said. The Dow Jones average rose 28.41 to close at 6.796.78 points, with a volume of 360 million shares. The New index closed at 462.48, up 1.19 points. (426 words)
      • Produce prices [Articles]
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        Produce prices ('HINKSK Pn4mt* Kxrhaagr. Singapore, mm elaallg prices per pJcml yesterday: Cmml «il: Bulk $97 sellers, old drum $103 sellers, new drum $107 sellers. Oprm: Mixed (loose) UK Cont $56.00 buyers. Pepper: Muntok ASTA white fob IOCV NLW $315.00 sellers, Sarawak white fob 96'; NLW $300.00 sellers. Sarawak special (116 words)
      • GOLD [Articles]
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        GOLD THE KILOBAR market for gold deliverable in Singapore opened a I $36.5(5 and closed at 136.672 yester day. In the Far East, gold opened at US$5O9 00 512.00 It was then trailed (or the rest o* the day on either side o( $510 00 with the high at $512 (255 words)
      • Seacorp pays 15 per cent [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        Seacorp pays 15 per cent SOUTH East Asia Development Corp Bhd announced an audited group after-tax profit of M$7.(K: million (PvOT million), for the year ended January 31. on a turnover of $2.43 billion ($1 97 billion) The parent company's aftertax profit was $2.13 million ($2.55 million), on a turnover (94 words)
    • COMMODITIES
      • TIN [Articles]
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        TIN THE STRAITS tin price jumped another $23 to $2,346 per picul (equivalent to $38.79 per kilo, up 38 cents) in Penang yesterday, on an official offering down three-quarter tonne to 192 tonnes. The overnight London market was barley steady after firmer with forward buyers gaining £75 to £7,785 per (132 words)
      • Closing prices [Articles]
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        Closing prices Rubber: April 17 Singapore: May: 326.50 cents (down 3.00 cents) Malaysia: May: 329.50 cents (down 2.00 cents) Tin: M 52,346 (up $23) (equivalent to $38.79 per kilo) (up 38 cents) Official offering: 192 tonnes (down 3/4 tonne) (39 words)
      • COPPER [Articles]
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        COPPER LONDON: ."opper prices on Wednesday (previous in brackets) Wirebar Spot £965 (040.50): sellers £966 (£941.50); Three Month buyers 1:986 (£969). sellers £987 (1.969.50) Market laae: Firmer. Sale*: 20.050 tonnes (30 words)
    • RUBBER [Articles]
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      RUBBER PRICES in the Singapore rubber market closed slightly lower yesterday, with May RSS One buyers quoted at 326.50 cents per kilo, down three cents on Wednesday's close, dealers said. Afternoon prices fell further on stale bull selling, trade selling and lower London opening advices. Opening prices were marked up (508 words)
    • SSR and SMR [Articles]
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      SSR and SMR ,IHIN vsK K ..1 I hMK price* v«*t IAS kSH .11 .sK «REL8 MKlA AIK I Mil MH I.I' AIK I" Ml, B AIK V. I I tun pallet I ,IU»,pdl.ll II u«p«IWi> il lonp«ll»l> I.K>,«lkH II lonp.11,0 ,1 <.«p.lkli 1 1 I, m nalkli May II (85 words)
    • Prime lending rates [Articles]
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      Prime lending rates I IH»: ftvenge rate at which major Singapore I I bank* »re rarrently prepared to lend to their best I I cutomera Is ll.» per cent. J (30 words)
    • CHIEF PRICE CHANGES
      • Rises [Articles]
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        Rises Guinneu Slraill Trading Magnum Corpn KAN Nat Iron l.rntinK■ielaogor Dredg High A I 1 JOU 630 ioao 690 610 610 585 &2S 520 312 25 20 15 10 10 10 10 10 8 (34 words)
      • Falls [Articles]
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        Falls »el I orunutk •it\ Propertira Kemp.. Sporr Ulaaa P M HklV"" Kuala Sidim [)ri«ntal llld(> DIE Time. Pub on 755 570 250 472 386 352 308 400 3flO -i -5 -5 -5 -4 -4 -4 -4 -2 -2 (39 words)
      • Most active stocks [Articles]
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        Most active stocks nchcape JOB taw Par 160.0W I55.00C 145.OCC Total turnover 2 Total value: $6 Source: SES 2.34m 71m (20 words)
      • Indices [Articles]
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        Indices B.T Indicator Industrials: Finance: Hotels: Properties: Minings Plantations: X*BC: S.ESInd: Apr id Apr 11 XXXXX3 4101.33 165.33 XXXXX 836.91 836.81 413.01 412 57 327.07 326.68 XXXXX 280.02 XXXXX XXXXX 461.64 462.15 422.92 XXXXX (34 words)
    • CLOSING PRICES Unit trusts [Articles]
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      CLOSING PRICES Unit trusts THE lut trancarird mtdy ulr at thr rtaar or tiiMtom on thr Slock Exrhanfr at Sine* pin ycctnthy ramparrd with the prrvtout da) irim to(*«hrr with m higti «nO low Adjusted (or imp nftttt kM). Closing tone: Mixed. Turnover: Official figures supplied by the Stock Exchange (1687 words)
    • BUSINESS DONE (SINGAPORE) [Articles]
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      BUSINESS DONE (SINGAPORE) BID and offer prices officially listed and business in and reported to the Stock Exchange of Singapore yesterday with the numuer of shares traded shown In brackets In lots of 1.000 units unless otherwise specified All Tunes Settlement Contract* are quoted after the word "sett" Big Board (1259 words)
    • KUALA LUMPUR [Articles]
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      KUALA LUMPUR BID and otter price* officially listed and hi irt nm in and reported to the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange yesterday with the number <X shans traded jhown In brackeu in lot* of 1.000 units unleai otherwise specined ISIMfmUAU* V«»Sl27OBl -f (3668 3 685) call aleaa (2 118 2.125) (1665 words)
    • Duty rates [Articles]
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      Duty rates THE MALAYSIAN Minister of Finance has fixed these rales for the period from April 17. until further notice Rasaer: 324'» cents a kilo. Cspra: MJ936 28 a tonne; Palai kanal: 1955 75 a tonne. Walte pea*rr: M.437 90 a tonne: Macs pepper: 53.019.23 a tonne. The rates of (94 words)
    • Increased costs still plaguing Malayan Flour [Articles]
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      Increased costs still plaguing Malayan Flour MALAYAN Flour Mills (MFM) has turned in another flat performance, plagued as it was last year by increased transport and raw material costs as well as keen competition prevailing in the trade. Consequently, its performance was uninspiring, ending the 1979 financial year with group (473 words)
    • OVERSEAS MARKETS
      • Sydney oil stocks rise [Articles]
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        Sydney oil stocks rise SYDNEY. Thurs. 00 stocks continued to firm in an otherwise mixed market, dealers said. Santos led the rise gaining 20 cents to A57.40. while Woodside Petroleum rose 12 cents to $2 07 on speculation over prospect (or its North West Shelf fields. Stronger base metal prices (291 words)
      • New York sharply lower [Articles]
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        New York sharply lower NEW YORK. Wed. Increasing concern about the severity of a recession undercut an early market rally and stocks ended sharply lower in heavy trading. The Dow Jones industrial average lost 12 points and declines led advances nine to eight as turnover swelled to 40 million shares, (214 words)
      • Zurich barely steady [Articles]
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        Zurich barely steady ZURICH. Wed. Prices closed barely steady In slow turnover with the rebound of the dollar quenching foreign demand and Swiss funds continuing to flow into short-term dollar deposits, dealers said Union Bank and Bank Leu eased along with Credit Suisse rights in banks following a weaker pre-bourse. (263 words)
      • Amsterdam closes higher [Articles]
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        Amsterdam closes higher AMSTERDAM. Wed Share prices closed higher with Unilever climbing 3.50 guilders and Royal Dutch 1.40 in firmer Dutch internationals, dealers said. Ahold (eU 0.30 guilders after a higher opening, before its j pessimistic estimate of 1980 profits Mortgage banks increased early afternoon gains as did NMB. putting (245 words)
      • London market ends firmer [Articles]
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        London market ends firmer LONDON. Wed The market closed higher after relatively quiet trading. Government bonds closed with gains stretching to 3 8 point ahead of tomorrow's tender (or the new long tap stock News that Chase Manhattan Bank had lowered its prime rate to 19-3 4 per cent caused (539 words)
      • Selected Indices [Articles]
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        Selected Indices FINANCIAL TIMES INDUSTRIALS Wednesday 443.1 Tuesday 437.8 Week Ago 431.3 DOW JONES AVERAGE INDUSTRIALS Wednesday 711.25 Tuesday 783 36 Week Ago XXXXX H.K.HANG SENG Thursday XXXXX Wednesday 786 27 Week Ago 785.04 SYDNKY INDUSTRIALS Thursday 801 18 Wednesday 800 36 Week Ago XXXXX ALLORDINAKIKS Thursday XXXXX Wednesday XXXXX (56 words)
    • Conversion of bonds swells paid-up capital of DBS [Articles]
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      Conversion of bonds swells paid-up capital of DBS THE isaaed aad paid-up capital ef the Development Bank ef Singapore (DBS), after a spate of bead coavendeas since the brglnning at this year, steed at $1*7.1 million as on April 1«. Thta will be swelled farther to $18M million after Its (277 words)
    • Guthrie wins $22m Ghana contract [Articles]
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      Guthrie wins $22m Ghana contract OUTHBIE CerperatllM kit wm i|S milllM contract to build —taVar oil palm mill la Oka**. The eeatraet, awarded by Twlfe Oil Palm Plaatatleaa ef Cape Ceaat, a private esmasv ay managed by tie Ceaußeawealtk Deveiepmrnl Cerperatlea (CDC), Is Gethrie's second preject la Ghaam, the first (124 words)
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  • Book News
    • THE FIRST COMPLETELY NEW ENGLISH DICTIONARY IN 45 YEARS [Articles + Illustrations]
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      THE FIRST COMPLETELY NEW ENGLISH DICTIONARY IN 45 YEARS In the earl\ sixties, Collins, the British publishers, decided the time had come to initiate a whole new range of reference works. The first of these were the Collins Spanish Diclionar> and the Collins Robert French Dictionary The next natural development (609 words)
    • New Novels [Articles + Illustrations]
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      New Novels Special Effects. By Harriet Frank Sphere Books. 284 pp. Ok £1.25 This is a novel in the leading tradition of Kinflicks and The Women's Room and has been called a must for every woman, and every man, who believes in the right to survive The author is a (704 words)
    • First K.L. Book Fair [Articles]
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      First K.L. Book Fair The First Kuala Lumpur Book fair opens today at the ground floor, Bukit Bintang Plaza, featuring 64 stalls displaying books and books trade relau J products from the major publishers from Malaysia and overseas. The Bookfair will be declared or«n by the DirectorGeneral of Dewan Bahasa (176 words)
    • 'Kramer' should be read by all [Articles]
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      'Kramer' should be read by all Kramer versus Kramer. By A very Corman. Fonlana. 248 pp. 95p. Kramer versus Kramer has become so strongly identified in the public mind with Dustin Hoffman, Meryl Streep and child star Justin Henry in the motion picture of the same name that one might (113 words)
    • Charming tales for young and older children [Articles]
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      Charming tales for young and older children Learn to Read with Beginner Books are an entertaining series of short hardcover books to delight the child learning to read. Many of them are written and illustrated by the inimitable Dr. Seuss. Dr Seuss's ABC goes through the alphabet in joyous vein. (270 words)
    • Dr. Spock updates his sexist views [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Dr. Spock updates his sexist views Bab> and Child Care.By Dr Benjamin Spock. Star Book- fiMpp. £1 50 This new revision of Dr Spock 's we"-known handbook for parents, the fourth since ihe first edition in 1945, is far morecompre hensive than the original classic It gives practical, iMs> to (403 words)
    • Killer and lover extraordinary [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Killer and lover extraordinary Serpentine. By Thomas Thompson. Jade Books. 659 pp. £1.95 Over a period of severa! months in late 1975 and early 1976, tourists had been found slain, their corpses strangled and stabbed, burned and drowned, from the beaches of Thailand to mountanious Nepal. Police of half a (534 words)
    • INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLERS [Articles]
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      INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLERS HARDBACKS I 1. Life on Earth, David Attenborough (Collins/ BBC Publications, £8.95) (1.48) I 2. Smiley's People. John le Carre (Hodder. £5.95 (2.6) J 3. James Herriot's Yorkshire, with photographs by Derry Brabbs (Michael Joseph, £7.50) O. 15) a 4. Miehelin Guide to France 1960 (Michelin £5.35) I (374 words)
    • An epic novel of World War II [Articles]
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      An epic novel of World War II War and Remembrance. B\> Herman H'ouk. Fonlana This huge new work from the pen of Herman Wouk, Pulitzer prize winner for his The Came Mutin>, is an epic tale of World War 11. It is extraordinarily rich in characterizations and the power and (441 words)
    • Five thrillers that roam from the Golden Triangle to Burning Berlin [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Five thrillers that roam from the Golden Triangle to Burning Berlin The Golden Triangle. ByPaul Bonnecarrere. Star Books. 250 pp. Uk 95p After the French Connection was broken, the Triad heroin traffickers were forced lo find a new and more devious route to the rich markets in the West. From (740 words)
    • BUSHIDO [Articles + Illustrations]
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      BUSHIDO through Thailand, Hong Kong. Singapore and Malaysia to Kobe, Japan. He thought up (he plot en route and wrote the book on his return to England. (27 words)
    • WAR STORY [Articles + Illustrations]
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      WAR STORY War Slor). By Cordon McGill. Sphere Books. 252pp UK £1 Berlin is burning. In Hitler's bunker tension is running high One man, a Prussian general and onetime friend of Bormann. eagerly awaits a signal that will herald the final apocalypse and guarantee his passport to safety, the safely (98 words)
    • Best Sellers List MPH Bookstores In Singapore From January to April 1980 [Articles]
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      Best Sellers List MPH Bookstores In Singapore From January to April 1 980 Position No Of Wwks On tfi« List Title and Author Publisher (9) Memories Of Another Day Nel Harold Robbins (51 The Boat People Penguin Bruce Grant 1 31 Third World Wer Sphere John Hackett/O Others 4 (10) (97 words)
    • A bargain encyclopaedia that should be in every school and home [Articles + Illustrations]
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      A bargain encyclopaedia that should be in every school and home Five large newly published hardcover volumes, averaging 412 pages each, profusely illustrated in colour throughout, written by well-known authorities in their fields, packed with fascinating facts and figures, and offered to the general public at a very special introductory (744 words)
    • The many faces of Singapore [Articles + Illustrations]
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      The many faces of Singapore Singapore. A Photo Essay by Ines and Rolf E. Vtnte. MPH Distributors. 176 pp. A husband and wife team presently resident in Singapore have put together an intriguing word and picture description of the many faces and facets of Singapore. Singapore is a very young (241 words)
    • A tale to bring out the tears [Articles + Illustrations]
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      A tale to bring out the tears Change of Heart. By Sally Mandel. Troubadour Books. 348 pp. 11.10 If you have tears, prepare to shed them when you read the poignant story of Sharlie. a 25-year-old American girl born with a defective heart. After a cardiac attack, she awakens in (177 words)
    • Old Chinese heroic tale retold [Articles]
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      Old Chinese heroic tale retold The Water Margin. By David Weir. Star Books. SOlppUk £1.50 Here is an excellent retelling of some of the epic myths of Lian Chan Po from the famous Chinese Classic Hsuei Hu Chuan Heroic deeds. villainous subterfuges, bloody battles, these are the spell-binding ingredients of (155 words)
    • An epic saga of a lost way of life [Articles + Illustrations]
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      An epic saga of a lost way of life Hanla Yo. By Ruth Beebe Hill. Futura Publications. 834pp UK £2.95 In the closing years of the eighteenth century, as in countless preceding generations the Mahto band of Teton Sioux lived on the American Great Plains, hunting, riding, and following (he (262 words)
    • Disco-movie sensation of the year [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Disco-movie sensation of the year Music Machine. By Bill Sinddart. Sphere Books 150 pp. UK 95p This is the book of (he movie which follows in the tradition of Saturday Night Fever and Grease The Music Machine is the I on don venue for a spectacular disco dancing contest in (403 words)
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      I FOR SALE SHOPPING SUIDE TECHNICS COMPUTERISED organ: Most adeemed computensed electronic organ in the world Prices from $1,974 onwards Also available pianos from (iermany. llritain Japan. USA. Holland. Korea ll.il> .mil China I- or lurther enquiries. please call XXXXX9 Singapore Music School. 72 Jalan Merah Saga. Chip Bee Garden. (539 words)
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      II EMPLOYMENT 31 Situations Vacant b) Secretarial and Clerical JUNIOR CLERK/ TYPISTS required c OCI i > level c Typing sp<-f il 4.S pin c Pleasant personal!!) c Neat handwriting c Experience nol essential Applicants should wnlr in 10 S.T BOX AMISI with recent photograph (nonreturnable) Junior Secretary Junior Secretary (568 words)
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      LEARN TO BE TslspTlCOS Operalon rills*! lvi>-\ Operators < omputer OotTaio^ .lobs guar- I .inteert Registration booklet I $1 0U Koolll «>«. r :ir Bessi Shop plrujOnlrt (Opposite l idoi.Or- h ir.i Raasi LEGAL FIRM REOUMES (1) Ac- Hunts Clerk Ablr lo keep lull set of account- independently Write With (471 words)
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      ■Ba^eßßs sbbb^bbbl Lbbl PIONEER CONCRETE (SI PTE LTD AT JURONG REOUIRES Accountlnii Clerk b) Ckrk For immediate appoint- merit. Good command of X English. v Knowledge of book- H keeping Working experience preferred. 1 Please apply in handwriting giving details of age. qualification, salary required and contact phone number to: (652 words)
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      PUBLIC ACCOUNTING FIRM re quires (A) Audit flerks. preferably with some experience in auditing Miniin ii m quallflcaiii 'iis passed LCC Higher Aclouniing or Foundation stage Exams AlVA l (B» Clerk/Typist, minimum UC'K i > level and able 10 type neatly al 45 w p m Please apply and slate (690 words)
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      TICKETING/RESERVATIONS CLERK required by air-ticketing company. Must be able to commence work immediately Salary 5450 to SSSO commensurates with experience Appointment: TEL 25*1211. ROBERT WEE. Trading company requires: STENO TYPIST/TELEPHONE OPERATOR c Able lo type about 50 to 80 wpm on electric typewriter c Shorthand speed 80 to 100 w.p.m (694 words)
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      CAREER MINDEO77 ■Js .id rxpsUMUna, MarketinK oraantaaUon requires reliable and self motivated Male/ Female lo fill the postl of MarketniK Officers in the Malay Division due to our expansion 30 TRAINEE MARKETING OFFICERS c Above 17 years cil Hi c Minimum Serondury 4 education c Pleasant personality and cheerful disposition (707 words)
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      m Balettier Emporium has vacancies 1 Sales Assistants Male/ Female) 2) Clerk Applicants for (1) must be between the age of 16 and 24. al least possess Sec 2 qualification Applicants lor (2) must be bl-lin-gual and possess GCE. o Level certificate Interested please call personally al Balastier Emporium with (659 words)
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      SALES EXECUTIVES Controls a Instruments Engineering company requires Sales Executive to market a wide range of controls end mOuakneatrans: GCE A' level in Science or diploma In Electrical/ Electronic Engineering Experience: Some experience In sales preferred Must possess Class 2/3 driving licence Applicants without the appropriate qualifications but with experience (571 words)
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      WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESGIRLS Interested |„<r.i*.- apply personally to Bhanpj itou'iu,tie l hi Luck) l'ia/a Orchard Road Well established Trading Company invites applications to fill the following vacancy RETAIL VAN SALESMAN/ SALESGIRL The successful candidate should: c be a Singapore citizen and be between the age of 21 and 30 c (645 words)
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      BRAZER wanted. tied firm in Jurong :.i/erv Only th ■mpleled N 8 need apply Interested, please apply personally at 3-B. Lorong Tukang Lima Singapore 2261. C<VIL ENGINEERING COMPANY urgently requires Land Surveyors 2 yeurs working experience Please contact XXXXX29 /XXXXX30 Mr Yang CLERK-Of-WOMC Minimum 6 Container yard construction. Jurong Apply (619 words)
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      II EMPLOYMENT j; 31 Situations Vacant d) Technical HAVEN AUTOMATION ■nviles appkcaliona lor the poet ot: MACHINISTS/FITTERS I'andttatM bmbbl aaaaaai a mininiutii ot .1 scan marhlm shop experience and be capable of using centre lathes, milling machines and ehaawn tU Marine liliuiK would be ujstajtf Inlerested apohcants please apply working (451 words)
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      rsnf KOOM WAH LITHOGRAPHERS iMUteappllcali a PRINTING APPRENTICES a PROOUCTION PLANNING ASSISTANTS a ESTIMATORS Apply lo: The Personnel Manager KOON WAH LITHOGRAPHERS 10 New Industrial Road 1 Singapore IM3 1 Tei: taasaai USE ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN c 1 rade Certificate Electronic Servicing Certificate Industrial Technician Certificate and with some experience in (389 words)
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      ALE MOIAN a MALAY IToducun Operators requirrd Com iied N m Pref< rmblj wnii ».-hi I expertetKc Attractive saiar> ilerested applicants call tU7I SEMANGAT AVER PTE LTD in Sembewang invites applications lor the position ol BOILERMAN GRADE I Candidates must be al least 18 years of age and possess a (542 words)
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      Urgently required MAINTENANCE LUBRICATORS c uiiiplelrri BM 1 ('duration, prelerahly Hum Technical Stream a Able In work 011 I rot.it iiik shifts a BaJan neeoUaMc a Agr 16 and above Please cell •SM77 lor Interview. Urgently Required EXPERIENCED AIRCRAFT MECHANICS/ ENGINEERS Ltceneeel unlicensed to work .with piston engine aircraft and (406 words)
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      ELECTRONICS B J (SINGAPORE) I has immediate M wcanciet for: J[ M PRODUCTION)! AOPERATORSjI I 16 years and above j Primary education f Malaysian* may alto II ■Ppry I Plsaaa call personalty I with 1.C., 2 photo- M graphs and school I leaving cert if icste to: I THE ADMINISTRATION (313 words)
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      A I .cader in the field of Plasm s Fac lidgii\g requires in its second modern factory(A) PROOUCTION OPERATORS (A) (Male- 1 00 Vacancies) Requirements: GCt 3 (J Levels Prepared to work on 3 Rotating Shifts Wage c SI 60 per hour 8 hours x SI 60- SI2 BOper shift (498 words)
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      FACTORY WORKERS required lor immediate employment Above 16 years old Good starting salary plus bonus c Shift allowance a Incentive allowance Free medical and uniforms provided. Malaysiana are invited to apply PWB.es call personally lo: Mr. Adam Othman. Magnolia Dairies Factory 227, Upper Bukit Timah Road, Bms, Singapore 2 158 (196 words)
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      I^7l JURONG SHIPYARD LTD Where Your Career Is Our Main Concern apply as Hull Trainees Hull Fitters Boiler Trainees Boiler Fitters Pipe Fitters Machinery Fitters Lifters Applicants who have no previous experience may also apply We are prepared to provide the necessary training. Skilled litters and welders will be paid (403 words)
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      I fflJ it- Invlll Hie post cil MACHINE OPERATORS (Famala) Commanemg salary: 833 p in Aga: M Byean Education: Han- completed I'r 6 A K'»»l incrnuve paym. lo SIOO/- per inunlh is paid In addition lo baalC salary In addition *>a provide tna loNowing benefits a conditions ry fully air (612 words)
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      MITSUMI ELECTRONICS (S) PTE LTD urgently ra>quire>» FEMALE PRODUCTION OPERATORS 5-day week No shiH work With eHect Irom IST MAY 1980, we offer rew increaaed wagea and benefits S Age llilo.'lS c Minimum Priinar> t c (•"•••l starting pay c Working in pleasant airrun'lilioned environment Apply personally 10. BLK. 4025, (378 words)
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      II EMPLOYMENT 31 Situations Vacant (SIEMENS! We are a subsidiary of t) Production SIEMENS AG, Germany, one of the I 10 largest electronic ajjajEssssssssssjaajjaesssMßj companies in the I ."if world with over #\NichiosJ 330,000 employees. lbs— J •f^S^j. BMAtftsPiaMMaaaMl Benefits ZIE Cash Awards Free Refreshment/ sP^^J^fP"PJJV Snacks 1 asi 11* (540 words)
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      SINGAPORE KCK (PTE) LTD 2-D, BLOCK 6 FOURTH FLOOR KALLANG PLACE SINGAPORE 1233 FEMALE PRODUCTION OPERATORS WE OFFER: »age u,.ik *ith ii days pa) I c %tlendance allowance saupin c rranaporl allowance SO rents per da) c Working allowance m\ rents i»-r da) c Department illowance 40 cents to si (263 words)
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      rpKice for you START AS AN *Z*ftß OPERATOR pSßSeMsalf IK Tb4 PvrSeMLMt 1 BtSflrtMßf ■Mk 11. M Rw. JTC MM Factory UhaiMn aappmim N ?H Raw Meet 40M •JNJ IN Ui MBttrteJ Part 1 v""" J Company, due to expansion requires the following positions urgently 1) HYSTER DRIVER c Musi (428 words)
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      a leading and lalafc iisiieii company in Jurong is SECURITY WARDENS Requirements: Kelow :i:i wars old Minimum .sec 2 education in English Stream At least I years experl-Ex-PoMea Military per sonnel preterrerl Prepared to work rotating shuts ol il' hours c. ul, Those residing in Jurong will have an advantage (699 words)
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      APPRENTICES WANTED BY an Engineering Company Preferably those iimiik iii Jurong XXXXX.'>.t Hi in s Upper Jurong jo. id A) TELEPHONE OPERATOR/ Typ- I st iHi Chinese Despatch clerk required urgently Interested >lease call personally al Tat i Seng Paper Containers Pte Ltd, 1 19 Kallang Way. Spore 1334 AUTOMARINE (763 words)
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      DESPATCH RIDER REQUIRED Witli wiihoiii luke Salary plus commission Interested i>ie ise rail personally al SOB. Armenian si reel. Spore 0611 DRIVER CUM DESPATCH I lerk required by foreign company Salary SS39O p.m Please telephone ii.ii.lL':: for appointment or apply personally at i^ Second Chin Bee Road Juronf. spore 2261 (649 words)
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      INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATED CO PTE LTD require* CARPARK ATTENDANTS (FEMALE) c willi <ir Aithout esaerteni c Primary 6 educutiun with some relevant experience c With some knowledge ul Maths Attractive s.ii.i r> and fringe ill >>•< offered to the Those interested please call personally during office hours Irom Friday 18th to (619 words)
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      Leading Department SI. re 1 1 SALES ASSISTANTS (MALE/ FEMALE) (2) HOUSE DETECTIVES (3) STORE HANDS Apply penonallj u> The Personnel Manager CORTINA DEPARTMENTAL STORE Colombo Court Singapore 0617 CYCLE a CARRIAGE GROUP we have an MMMMaIe saram > !ur tin- post of OFFICE ATTENDANT Minimum qualification: c p.issrrl Serimdury (522 words)
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      KATRINI INDONESIAN RESTAUbant MaU) hrm.ilr Klti llrn Hrl|K'' \lurr.i> Mrwl ii^M to Maxwrll XXXXX I .imf transport rompan} iiis LABOURERS (daily-rated) The Personnel Department Ith floor. Room E Asia Insurance Building Finlayson Green Singapore 0104 Leading .nrlrrißrit company inwte. applications [ruiii sinnapore iii/cns tv nil the fotknrmg 1 MALE CLERKS (493 words)
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      II EMPLOYMENT 31 Situations Vacant h) General isetan smgapore-tokyo ivpartmenl Stole has immedi ies tor the following I». sit ions A SALES EXECUTIVE (MALE Age 21 years Singapore Citizen Qualification UniwrsiU IV gree Applicants must be exempted or completed National Ser\lie B CLERK (FEMALE) Age 16 2* years Singapore Citizens (520 words)
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      m ORIENTAL EMPORIUM (WOODLANDS) has immediate vacancies for: c Male/Female Sales Assistant* c Assistant Butcher As member of our staff, you will enjoy an attractive salary and many other fringe benefits Applicants should be above 16 years of age Interested, please call personally for an Interview today at: ORIENTAL EMPORIUM (506 words)
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      UNITED OVERSEAS LAND LTD has immediate vacancies foe A) RECEPTIONIST/ CLERK/TYPIST Gross Salary S27S to S3OO p m B) ELECTRICIAN Groaa Salary S4OO p.m C) DRIVER Groaa Salary S2SO to S3OO p.m. D) TEMPORARY SHARE REGISTRATION CLERK Some eiperience in computerised share registration work is preferred For Posl (A): Call (674 words)
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      REQUIRED EXPERIENCED FEMALE ArUal lor dolllK art uork and some kiMnricdfc ol dark roan ii .iiiiit.i and Oeveloplnf IHniM Also required Malr 1- email.Sales Representatives Com Dieted (i< t i> leifi „nd possess OWn trans(Hirl Class I or H llreiue Tel XXXXX4 (or appointment or call personally to 602. 6th (754 words)
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      Train*)*) Building Housekeeper*/ Supervisors Wanted n >ou .ire a Chambermaid no* or have some basic knowledge ol housekeeping. ion i .in have a career wilh an International Contract (.'leaning Company as a Houaekeeper/ Supervisor We provide the neceaaary training. starling salary will be $300 00 per month Generous Increments and (659 words)
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      WANTED DRIVERS Husk wage SM to SIB Apply |M-rMin.ill> lo Bweet Koine Furniture. U, Blk Ili BMN* North Avenue 1 (Near Bel Inter, Mange) WANTED HOSTESSES YOUNG ladies with good appearance required to work al a Japanese Lounge Experience nol necessary as training will be given Working hours 7 30p (586 words)
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      111 VEHICLES BOATS BLUE SPOT CAR Kenlals newly able .ii reasonable rates con la it XXXXX03 XXXXX06 TONG LEE RENT-A-CAR non-air cond aircond cars and Mer(linries phone XXXXX55 XXXXX7 44 Vehicle Accessories/ Maintenance 4-OKSIT CAR number plate for sale. Contact Mr. Ratnam. XXXXX7 (between 8 30am and 12 30pm or (783 words)
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      LATE 1*72 FIAT IL'fi Special Aircond if ry Ko<Kl condition. $11,200 ono Contact XXXXX09 after 10 OCTOBER I»7S FIAT 124 Special Ne .iiroii road lax till September HAHF eligible $12,950 on ii Call James Soil XXXXX66 OCT. I*7S 124 Special. 2nd private owner ainon/ player new tax. tyres, metallic finish (978 words)
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      APRIL 1*79 COMPANY registered on. Auto hardtop Selling XXXXX0 oii o Tel BEAUTIFUL 1*73 MAZDA 100(1 Metallic paint New t>n-^ ..is Sftte Selling $8,650 Tel 4h«'.«>Wi LATE 1*77 MAZDA OS, 1000. 3door excellent condition radio cassette road tax I'ARF $14,200 ono Tel XXXXX9 LATE 1*77 MAZDA 121 1000 cc One (969 words)
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      END 197* COLT l.n».i owner, aircond ..is,elle Tax rif» *HiLl»i 0.n.0 Tel Mi, jan. 1*72 colt Oalanl IMS Hardtop With radio excellent condition lliKiiest offers Ml Km k> JULY I*7* MITSUBISHI .'-door Coupe lbon c unuinal condition, »nii i oncealed am end i pru.,l.- owner OtM JUNE 1977 COLT (,alant (889 words)
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      111 VEHICLES BOATS ia— 45 Vthicl.s For Sal* j j) Toyota 1*74 TOVOTA CORONA MM Air ond sports rims very good condition Selling $1.<.200 ono Tel XXXXX01 I*7*. TOVOTA CORONA MXII Automatic 2nd owner Aircond Heautiiul condition $12,500 firm XXXXX2 I*7* TOVOTA CROWN Deluxe Automatic I company owner. .iircond (.issftte (1607 words)
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      A GOOO OFFER a fa .(ii PAHI ipi an a an] model |ood uaed i .(rI private and c pan) n-n^-irauon welcome t a export document! and we also export youi i »i KONG BENG MOTOR CO 124. Prinaap Slraet Tal 327*7* 327*5* 31*44 ANY MODEL OF olid ll.ind c.irs (888 words)
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      timPK fvidnv nvonpvtipsl fWß^^^^^xinunum IUIKa Jr IUUy ///C7//Cf IfC^ hW^ctuiintdSiuWMis I h^*^^^aam| p rop#H» D«w»*O|)m«rtlCon» u ,rinl> Ou«ni,t v Sur*«yCKt L^L W <^io«'i "•■■)<' i 1 i'««»l<" i V9^m^V9^V^T^^PVAf7ra>f!V^Eßi-f9V9TT7^¥rial We Have Read y Bu y er F r Development site* lor Industrial, Commercial B»wV"rT [aatSl^lO^lj *V# and Residential Developments. MBgJiygtjffyMylpW?^ (1730 words)
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      A BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED APARTMENT WITH SWIMMING POOL NEAR JAPANESE CLUB (OIST. Interior riunprisfs :t BtdfOOma, our study, split-level living/ dinIng Kully aircond Rental $3,000 HILLCREST ARCADIA DIST. 11 Kully furnished ,ip;irlment with antique furniture. 2 bedrooms with balcony S2.MO MARSHON (PTD LTD Tel: XXXXX11 (5 Imea) A BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED apartment (629 words)
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      CAVENACH COURT DISTRICT bedrooms one Kurmshed Rental 12 DISTRICT 10 TAMAN SERASI lii Ihc Mctntt] o[ N.issmi Mansion Bounli alQardeo* Ideal for morning |ogt and evening walks :i bedraomi bathrooan ed iimhk dining liitiiis. low ttoors avail RENTAL: $2,000 FULLY FURNISHED WORLDWIDE CONSTRUCTION REALTY PTE LTD (Leaaing Oapartmanl) TEL XXXXX77 (834 words)
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      times friday properties 51 Accommodation Vacant b) Flats LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED/ PARTIALLY nimistict apartments and penthouse with it* and all types sj H >rt.s facilities available nnmedialelv lints XXXXX18 Luxury Apartment, dial. 11: with approx 3JOO sq ft uu ludmg spuieul entertaining areas and l..rne balroru I'enlralU IcK-aled in exclusive Moik (704 words)
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      NEAR JURONG DRIVE -IN Furnished rooms lor executives Access 10 Indue T V washing mac lime etc- Rent $250 Tel XXXXX57 or .Hue Hours OFF ORCHARO/SCOTTS Koad. 2 lurinshed rooms for foreign single student bachelor $150 and i.ur-conditlonedl pm ConUu chew ;.rXXXXX OXLEV RISE small furnished loom for single female, (723 words)
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      sHsbsbshsbbbshblsbsSssHsl newton court apartment Urgently required By a weM established company CUB—I t st fl MISSCMUA 91 ■Mat taaaaaaaaa^ mmß^ M^ URGENTLY REOUMED HOB 3 lo 4 unfurnished rooms flal al Hedok. Macpherson and Marine Parade Owners please call XXXXX94' XXXXX94 Connie 3 OR 4-ROOMED HUH Flal wanted Ghim Moh/ (874 words)
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      :hin terrace, spore 1750. mule ttorej terrace with .1 bed- >oms 1 nx> sc| it ajSAOO Princllist Inly Tel XXXXX3H ILEMENTI: A BEAUTIFUL IH-lac h d House on the hill approxi lately U. 400 sq It with -I tied ooms and 1 servant's room, pill-level living and dining, par Mil} (809 words)
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      GET YOUR OWN HOME We Can Make It Happen With Our 4 Great Housing Loan Schemes Balloon Payment Scheme Low Start Payment Scheme 95% Financing Scheme Normal Annuity Scheme At Attractive Interest Rates More Schemes and More Flexibility >X< DBS FINANCE LTD G7/107 DBS Building Shenton Way, Singapore 0106 Tel: (798 words)
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      A BEAUTIFUL DIST. 9. Hlllcourt aparunenl witii swimming pool/ 24 hours securtl) service- free hold 2.100 sq It ;i bedrooms servant s. fully aircondmoned/ beautifully furnished. $390,000 Worldwide XXXXX77 A BEAUTIFUL DIST. 9, Grangeford Apartment iyi>e A with swimming pool tennis courts/ scjuash ourts 24 hours security service, 3 bedrooms. (782 words)
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      CONVENIENT LOCALITY. HILL COURT Apartment J bedrooms 2.1 M sq fi Pacing swimmlni pool $380,000 Shangn-I.a rtelnl ty. upper maisonette. 2.000 sq ft Fully furnished. 3 bedrooms Kn quiries Orient Kxprcss PM ltd 411 Far Fast ShoppinK Centre XXXXX88/ 9/ XXXXX82/ 7:Hl:tm DIST 10 BALMORAL PARK hl|(r Iloor commanding magnific (890 words)
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      LUCKY TOWER BLK C Klats available Facilities squash courts, tennis court, swimming pool. PATEPSON TOWER Low and high floors flats FaKUMIM tennis court, swimming pool. Contacl: Mrs Chan XXXXX11/ XXXXX95 LUXURIOUS APARTMENTS WITH WITHOUT SWIMMING POOL FOR SALE c Balmoral Towers c Draycoll Towers c Cairnhlll Plaza c Hillcresl Arcadia (742 words)
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      IOIST 14 VACANT RESIDENTIAL land lor sale An-a approx XXXXX sq fl Approved fOI aparunenl Call Amu Housing wgenci tIMM <ji'js6» OIST 15 EAST COAST Road vi. ,r Btgtap Road i ippri.xiii sq !t freehold Vacant possession Psp s Merlin Housing hk-v;7h OIST.It EXCELLENT SITE sq it of flat land (841 words)
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      We have a number of clients seeking to purchase industrial sites for redeye lopmunt Please contact our Industrial Department should you have suitable j sites for terrace and or flaned factory develop ment BSSSr^^vTV^BSsl DELTA HOUSE. FLATTED 6th floor. 2.959 sq ft fl 1 racing F*N, Immediau Uon ic-i snaM (721 words)
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      times friday properties 59 Office Space Wanted OFFICE SPACE OR shop unit of about 300 to 500 sq fl in disls. 1. 2 or 3 Please lei XXXXX39 WANTED a cubicle for renl in hair-dress-ing salon preferably along Orchard Road. Pis ass conucl Mat Chew at M2M3 WANTED TO RENT (899 words)
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      SHENTON HOUSE No 3. Slwnton Way. Singapore 010*. SHOPS FOR RENT/SALE .shops rental S3 oU|>s! Sale $400 ps I Immediate occupation available rot lurthfi mlotinalion. please contact Mr Hoot Miss Kirn Tet UOIBH. SHOP/FLAT 4-4A Cireenwood Avenue district 11. area 1382 fc 1045 sq ft Vacant possession (360.000/ for both (257 words)
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      PENINSULA SHOPPING COMPLEX !ur Hit Unit 21)1 MUt sq fl Vai .ml possession Phone XXXXX59 RIVER VALLEY: 2 storey shop house urea 1. 800 sq It I'rne 5320.000 Call Supreme XXXXX97/ XXXXX49 SHENTON HOUSE, Ist class and most central location, corner 2 units shop. 1 .772 sq ft at fit- (201 words)
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      V SERVICES BUSINESS We ipscialne in priming visiting cardt. Itttwhf adt. imi.it you mil) Biiii invoicet end all «md at Stationery items Designing. rmbouing vworht also avstljblt hers FOR QUICK CREATIVE. RELIABLE EFFICII NT URGENT PRINTING CALL US TODAY AT MB. 2nd Fl reoptt > •erk C*n»a I Tel XXXXX2 (724 words)
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      A BETTER ANSWERING Service efficient/ courteous/ reliable including office/ mailing address Telex available XXXXX9/ XXXXX8. A BETTER TELEPHONE answering seme c including office/mailing address, typing/secretarial facilities available XXXXX3/3221 16. ATTENTION EXPORTERS IMPORT ER of American made, custom fitted exclusive line bras wishes to sell complete stock at very reasonable prices. (725 words)
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      URGENT DOCUMENTS For sending your office documents. Shipping documents and other documents to Indonesia (All cities in Indonesia) Hongkong and USA/Conodo/ Mexico please leave them over to us. We con despatch them to the required addresses. Contact us. (^X^ > ELTEHA cMek*aticmat '< Siitd 307, Lower Ground Floor Merlin Plaza, (648 words)
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      MARTINA'S SALON 11-A CUmMU Circlr massage/ saunabalh/ bar-l«-r facial No parking problem King (S'pore)73T7TBl/ XXXXX88 ORCHARD SAUNA ET Massagr. Mandarin Hotel. 3rd floor. Massane tewta/ SU-ambath' Facial 7.XXXXX6 XXXXX11 cxl. 750 Spore Opens dally from 10.00 am 1200midmghl RELAX YOURSELF WITH a massage and sauna at Sea View Health Ontre. (332 words)
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      VI EDUCATION TRAINING CHAMPION DRIVING SCHOOL. Test Queenstown. Toa Payoh. Kampong Übl Male/Female Instructors Fetch/send home Tel XXXXX79 LAMBERTS DRIVING SCHOOL. Dual-controlled lialsun 1200 for easy driving 10 Balmoral Road. Tel XXXXX94/XXXXX29 LUCKY DRIVING CENTRE. Highway code, beginners, refresher, hourly driving courses Telephone XXXXX89/XXXXX5 NEPTUNE DRIVING CENTRE. Responsible, courteous, friendly (1346 words)
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      VI EDUCATION TRAINING 102 Education I■> I BBBBnRM'H'Mi aBaBBaBBBSaaaBVaBBaaBaaaaBMaULaI J NEW COURSES IN APRIL l> Supervisory Mgint (4 mtlisi S» start Import Fxpori Cours.a lAM I'l I II 1960 Exams v a Insi 0 M nkeiinnil X X K>l AS. H lAS USA 201 Colombo Court 3357 M/ XXXXX6 trc/wtic* (706 words)
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  • IX OBITUARIES
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      (who passed away on 11/4/80 al the age of 71) wish to express their sincere thanks to relatives, friends and colleagues for their kind attendance, assistance, prayer*, wreaths and massage of condolences during their recent bereavement. Also special thanks to Doctors, Nurses and Staff of Singapore General Hospital (Ward 4) (63 words)
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      142 Deaths MICHELLE TAV MAY Ling, born 24.8 71.. passed away peacefully at 1155pm on 164 80 We love you and will miss you. Daddy, Mummy. May May. Boy Boy and Grandma. pasted away peacefully at 5.45 p.m on Tu«day 15/4/80. aged 83. leaving behind 3 tons, 3 daughter*, 2 (85 words)
    • 144 In Memoriam [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      144 In Memoriam ol 20. Slglap Hill left this world on 18.4.77 "Though you are gone, your memory will always be in our minds." Inserted by beloved husband X Salhappan. sons Kandasamy. Ganapathy. Shanmuganalhan and daughter Anjammal. daughter-in-law I.im Kirn Choo. grandson Subhas and granddaughter Shanli. S SUPPAMAL (48 words)
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      CONSTANTLY REMEMBERED BY WIFE. 3 BONB, 2 DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW, 9 DAUGHTERS. 9 SONS IN I LAW, 35 GRANDCHILDREN, 1 ADOPTED SON, 1 ADOPTED DAUGHTER-IN-LAW, 2 ADOPTED GRANDCHILDREN. MR. LEE LENG CHYE DEPARTED (184.77) (32 words)
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      A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR THE LATE MR. THOMAS JOSEPH WILL BE HELD ON 19TH APRIL 19*4) AT SOO P.M. AT ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL. (23 words)
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      Departed on ii«h April 197* Sadly miiHd but alway* rwiMmmihl by lo**d onaa. In Loving Memory ol MRS. CHAN SWEE ON Ne« Yip A M»h (25 words)
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      T.C. PAUL 19 years today "Eternal rest grant unto our Appa we pray You O Lord." (16 words)
  • TIMESPORT PAGE ONE
    • The 'Louisville Lip' to fight Holmes [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER, AP, UPI
      The 'Louisville Lip' to fight Holmes BEVERLY HILLS, Thurs. Three-time world heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali announced yesterday he will fight World Boxing Council title-holder Larry Holmes on July 11 in Rio de Janiero in a bid for his fourth title. "The next opponent will be Larry Holmes," Ali told a (616 words)
    • Ashe quits competitive tennis for good [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER
      Ashe quits competitive tennis for good SAN FRANCISCO, Thurs. Arthur Ashe, former Wimbledon champion who underwent heart surgery five months ago, yesterday announced his retirement from competitive tennis. The greatest black male player the game has ever seen told reporters: "I won't be entering any more tournaments." Ashe, 36, had (270 words)
    • Easy for Simpson in Japanese tourney [Articles]
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      • AP
      Easy for Simpson in Japanese tourney CHIGASAKI, Japan, Thurs. Top-seeded Russell Simpson, of New Zealand, beat Switzerland's Mackus Gunthardt 6-2, 6-2 in the second round of an international tennis tournament here today. He will meet Japanese pro Jun Kamiwazumi, who eliminated Jeon Chang-Bae, of South Korea, 5-7, 6-1, 6-1. Other (111 words)
    • Tanner, Mayer move into third round [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Tanner, Mayer move into third round FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Thurs. Top-seeded Gene Mayer and Roscoe Tanner, the No. 2 seed, breezed to second-round victories in the UXXXXX,000 ($392,000) Jack Kramer tennis tournament here yesterday. Mayer, the sixth-ranked player in the world, beat unseeded Fritz Buehning 6-2, 7-5 and Tanner defeated Colin (221 words)
    • Tomorrow's card [Articles]
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      Tomorrow's card RATF 1 2.30 CLASS 4, DIV 3-1. 200 M IV/\^rj X ($ll,OOO $7,700 towiniwr) 1 3868 Aapwibon a (Aspiration) PK Leong 656 (-1) Mm 3 2 005 Drunken Flat i Drunken Fist) Ahmad 354 (dr *3) 8F (Whan 2 3 0548 TtwWhMtarlaCMindy) J Breukelen 4 53.5 (dc +1.5)F (878 words)
    • Promising stayers head for big clash [Articles]
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      Promising stayers head for big clash FAIRWAY By PENANG, Thurs. Promising stayers Pegasus II ana Classic Persian head for an interesting clash in the Class 2, Division 2 1,700 metres race (Race 4) here on Saturday. Pegasus n, a colt by Wandering Eyes, showed class last year to win four (396 words)
    • Chen takes early lead [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Chen takes early lead SEOUL, Thurs. Taiwan's Chen Tze Ming shot a four-under-par 68 to take a one-stroke lead after the first round of the Korea Open golf cham pionship here today. Chen, last year's runner-up, opened with a birdie on the 370 metres par-four first, followed by three more (330 words)
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      VIII ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONAL 127 Lost Found GOLDEN COCKER SPANIEL .212 MSfl old. lost in Linden liriw. Raffles Park, on Saturday 29th March. Identification mark: front left buck-tooth Reward $50 for Information resulting In his return Tel XXXXX26 Krom XXXXX0. "Prince, where are you? LOST COCKER SPANIEL, (female) 4 months old (186 words)
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  • TIMESPORT PAGE TWO
    • Marathon goes on for Arsenal and Liverpool [Articles]
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      Marathon goes on for Arsenal and Liverpool JEFF POWELL of the Daily Mail By BIRMINGHAM, Thurs. They may shoot horses, but, for footballers, the marathon goes on and on. By the time Arsenal and Liverpool stagger back to Villa Park for the second replay on Monday, they will be disputing (646 words)
    • Chelsea's promotion bid [Articles]
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      • AP
      Chelsea's promotion bid LONDON, Than. Geoff Hunt has a reputation for fin(string a soccer campaign in style. In INC, he scored three < goals and led England to their famous 4-2 win over West Germany in the World Cap j final at Wembley. Now, Hunt, manager of i England's Second (218 words)
    • BRIEFS [Articles]
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      BRIEFS LOS ANGELES, Thurs. Formula One driver Clay Regazzoni. seriously injured after crashing at the Long Beach Grand Prix on March 30, is expected to leave here for Basle today The 40-year-old Swiss ace. still paralysed from the waist down, will undergo further treatment in Switzerland and remains optimistic that (183 words)
    • Lampard hammers in dramatic decider [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Lampard hammers in dramatic decider JOHN PARSONS West Ham through to second Cup-final in five years By of the Daily Mail LEEDS, Thurs. Frank Lampard yesterday climaxed 14 distinguished years with West Ham by scoring the dramatic goal which took them to their second Football Association Cup final in five (592 words)
    • Bristol City beaten 3-1 [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Bristol City beaten 3-1 LONDON. Thurs. St. Mirren beat Bristol City 3-1 in the Anglo-Scottish Cup final second-leg soccer match here tonight. St. Mirren won 5-1 on aggregate. Other retilU: Be«ttlih ItCMhif Aberdeen 1 Hibernian 1, Celtic 2 Kljnarnock 0 My. Omt: Clyde 0 Mother-well 2, St. Johnstone 0 Hearts (73 words)
    • Narrow win [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Narrow win SHEFFIELD, Thurs. East Germany took a step nearer to the final of the European Under-21 soccer championship when they beat England 2-1 in the first-leg semi-final before 10,000 spectators here at Bramall Lane tonißh. AFP. (37 words)
    • REGAZZONI OPTIMISTIC OF RETURNING TO RACING [Articles]
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      • AGENCIES
      REGAZZONI OPTIMISTIC OF RETURNING TO RACING BASEBALL Pinch-hitter i Yasuhiro Takai smashed a tiebreaking double in the eighth inning to lead the Hankyu Braves to an 8-5 victory over j the Seibu Lions in a Pacific League professional game in Osaka Bemie Williams hit his second home run of the (695 words)
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      An expanding company, part of a well established group desires to recruit a ASSISTANT WORKSHOP MANAGER This is a senior and responsible position and the incumbent can look forward to an excellent career. RespMislbUities: Management of a large vehicle workshop. Preparation of technical reports. QaalWcatUog: Minimum diploma in automotive engineering. (500 words)
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      The expansion programme of an established engineering concern has created the following vacancies 1) WELDING INSTRUCTOR a) Preferably an expatriate with 10 15 years proven experience in the Steelwork and, or related industries. b) He should be thoroughly familiar with all aspects and forms of welding. c) His duties would (504 words)
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  • TIMESPORT PAGE THREE
    • SHA trim under-23 hockey squad [Articles]
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      SHA trim under-23 hockey squad R. JEGATHESAN By AFTER the first phase of training, the Singapore team to the Malaysian Hockey Federation under23 tournament in Johore Bahru has been reduced to 25 from the original 47. The final squad of 18 will be named after tomorrow's and Sunday's training stint (235 words)
    • Pakistanis restricted to one match [Articles]
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      Pakistanis restricted to one match GODFREY ROBERT By PAKISTAN, the world hockey champions, were keen to play two friendly matches in Singapore, but a clash of venue has restricted them to just one. The Jalan Besar Stadium has been booked for the schools' post-second-ary soccer quarter-finals on Thursday, so the (271 words)
    • Spain held [Articles]
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      Spain held GIJON, Thurs. Spain and Czechoslovakia drew 2-2 in a friendly soccer match here yesterday. Reiner. (17 words)
    • Aussie stars to visit Singapore [Articles]
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      Aussie stars to visit Singapore R. MANORAJ Lillee, Marsh and Laird to star in exhibition game By THREE top Australian Test cricketers, Dennis Lillee, Rodney Marsh and Bruce Laird, will visit Singapore from May 3-10. Their trip is being organised by the Singapore Cricket Club, with the full support of (276 words)
    • Lee the champion [Articles]
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      Lee the champion I LEE TECK SENG emerged 1 the A Division boys' champion in Ama Keng School's 26th annual athletic meet at Lam i Chu Kang yesterday. R. Saroja Dcvi was the A Division girls' champion. Otker rhjunptowi (b*ya) B 1 Div. Hon Mao Pong; C Div. i Ng (77 words)
    • Tourneys to decide the top tennis players [Articles]
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      Tourneys to decide the top tennis players BERNARD PEREIRA By WHO are Singapore's top tennis players? The answer will be known when the Singapore Lawn Tennis Association and the Singapore Tennis Centre jointly launch their first series of ranking tournaments next month. The tournaments, the SLTA emphasise, will not replace (264 words)
    • Hyderabad to play SRC, CSC [Articles]
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      Hyderabad to play SRC, CSC HYDERABAD Cricket Club, of India, play two matches in Singapore this weekend, reports R. MANORAJ. They meet a Singapore Recreation Club XI at the Padang and the Ceylon Sports Club at their ground. Hyderabad are in Singapore after failing to find fixtures in Hongkong last (189 words)
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  • TIMESPORT PAGE FOUR
    • Jitta faces midfield problem for Cup-tie [Articles]
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      Jitta faces midfield problem for Cup-tie JOE DORAI Salim, Lim and Au-yeong unlikely to play on Sunday By AFTER five troublefree weeks, Singapore soccer coach Jitta Singh is faced with problems Salim Mom is injured, while LJm Tang Boon and Auyeong Pak Kuan are down with the flu. Midfielder Salims (406 words)
    • MALAYSIA CUP FIXTURES [Articles + Illustrations]
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      MALAYSIA CUP FIXTURES TOMORROW PERLJS v PAHANG (Kugar, 4.X). SUNDAY SINGAPORE v SABAH (National Sudium, 7.30). SARAWAK v TRENGGANU (Jubilee Sudium, 4.30). NEGRI v SELANGOR rotation Padang, 445;. PERAK v JOHORE (Sudium Perak. 7.30) KELANTAN v MALACCA (Kou Bahru. 8). (40 words)
    • Sweeper Isnin banned [Articles]
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      Sweeper Isnin banned ISNIN RAHMAT, the Seraagaaa Gardens ■wee-pec, baa beea saanemiei tar six maatas far mleeeaaaet ia the Natlaaal Faatball League Dtvtatea Twa match agalaet Farrer Park Dyaamaa at Farrer Park aa March laafa, a fiaau later■■Haanl, was fvand guilty at panchlag aa iMiißSit la the slamBefore* toyed Mabarak (141 words)
    • Now Japan keen to play friendly in Republic [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • WONG KW AI CHOW
      Now Japan keen to play friendly in Republic BERNARD PEREIRA By JAPAN are the latest team to show interest in playing a friendly badminton match against Singapore, probably after their participation in next month's world championships in Jakarta. Imakita, the Nippon Badminton Association secretary, has informed Singapore BA president Dr. (358 words)
    • Singapore bid for world tourney [Articles]
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      Singapore bid for world tourney SINGAPORE will host the World Airlines' bowling championships next year if Kallang Bowl manager Victor Tham has his way, reports WILFRED YEO. Tham will be leaving tomorrow for Mexico City, venue of this year's event, to bid for next year's tournament. Said Tham yesterday: "We (190 words)
    • Mobil down [Articles]
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      Mobil down GOH. Tan Company beat Mobil 4-1 in an Anchor Business Houses squash qualifying round match at the FAN complex last night. (23 words)
    • Last day to collect Big Walk tags [Articles]
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      Last day to collect Big Walk tags TODAY to the last day for participants In the New Nation Big Walk on Sunday to collect their number tags at the Singapore Sports Council, National Stadium, between S-7 p.m. The Big Walk, revived after a seven-year lapse, has attracted 4,4*4 entries, starting (57 words)
    • South Korea and Hitachi for matches [Articles]
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      South Korea and Hitachi for matches SOUTH KOREA'S intermediate side and Japan's leading Division One club, Hitachi, have agreed to play friendly soccer matches against Singapore Reserves at the National Stadium, reports JOE DORAI. The Korean national reserve team, including seven players from their pre-Olympic Games squad, will meet the (221 words)
    • Police Lions maintain lead [Articles]
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      Police Lions maintain lead POLICE UONS, last year's champions, defeated Pathology Sports and Recreation Club 4-1 at the Kallang complex last night to m»int«tn their lead at the top of the Singapore Squash Rackets Association's Premier League. In another tie, Singapore Cricket Club overwhelmed Singapore Armed Forces Sports Association M. (50 words)
    • Bowling squad leave [Articles]
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      Bowling squad leave AN 11-member squad from Kallang Bowl left yesterday for the Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress championships at Kuala Lumpur's Federal Bowl. They are Alvin Chng, Rahmat Ahmad, Syed Hassan, Narisa Prateep, Narinas Prateep, Shirley Tan, Lily Curtis. Sophie O'Brien, M. K. Lee, Albert Soh and Richard Wan. Chng, (181 words)
    • Lee's win fails to stop Forces [Articles]
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      Lee's win fails to stop Forces NAVAL petty officer Chin Soon Chye took the first game off national champion Lee Ah Ngo, but eventually ran out of steam to succumb 15-7, 315, 3-15 in the second singles of last night's Singapore Badminton Association's senior inter-club championship final at Guillemard Road, (218 words)
    • TODAY'S EVENTS [Articles]
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      TODAY'S EVENTS BADMINTON Nstlsasl ■BhssaV pat* irr««dir> km 1 tuuU: Hwa Chong v Anglo Chi nese JC; Glris: HCJC v St. Andrew's JC; flteiilsry toys' Udi* piacißg: St. Joseph's v Mt. Vernon (Delta Complex. 2). BASKETBALL National schools' secondary final (Gay World Sudium, 2). GOLF BLUA Lmgie: Keppel v Sembawang (164 words)
    • Selangor take no chances [Articles]
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      Selangor take no chances KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. With team problems gor's Malaysia Cup soccer squad go into centralised training on Saturday. The fact that the defending champions meet Singapore on Saturday week greatly contributed to the decision to book the 18 players into Wisma FAM for a week. The match (269 words)
    • Hwa Chong's Foo rules the court [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Hwa Chong's Foo rules the court PETER SIOW By FOO SOO TONG, calm, cool and majestic, almost single-handedly ruled the court as he led Hwa Chong Junior College to a 116-66 win over Raffles Institution in the national schools' post-secondary boys' basketball final at the Gay World Stadium yesterday. r- (331 words)
    • Soh eyes elusive double [Articles]
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      Soh eyes elusive double By WILFRED YEO ONLY one man LJm Ong Lock stands between Soh Poh San and fame. And, after they meet in the final of the Singapore Billiards Association's junior snooker championships at the Katong Saloon tonight (7), that hurdle could be gone and Soh could become (90 words)
    • HCJC girls are hockey champions [Articles]
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      HCJC girls are hockey champions HWA CHONG emerged winners of the post secondary girls title in the national schools hockey competition, with Catholic Junior College second and Anglo-Chinese Junior third. Hnnna'sry Bsys Grana A: 1 Hwi Yoh 2 SJI; Graap B: 1 SAF Boys School 2 Rangoon Road. Gtrto Gnu (111 words)
    • Back-in-form Khamis captures second leg [Articles]
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      Back-in-f orm Khamis captures second leg KLUANG, Thurs. Defending champion Khamis Kasiron, of Johore, regained his form to win the the Segamat-Kluang leg of the Tour of Johore cycle race today. The 25-year-old Khamis completed the 114-kilo-metre second leg in 2 hrs 53 mins 13.06 sec, finishing ahead of Mokhtar (182 words)
    • SCC beaten [Articles]
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      SCC beaten UNIVERSITY oC Singapore beat Singapore Cricket Club 20 in the SHA Division One League on the Padang yesterday. Morgan scored both goals. (24 words)
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  • New dawn in Zimbabwe [Articles + Illustrations]
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    New dawn in Zimbabwe OUTGOING oatoaUl rulers and the new ones meeting in Salisbury on Wednesday. Prince Charles having a wwd with the Zimbabwe Prime Mlnlster-tlesigmate, Mr Robert Mugabe, while British Governor Lord Soame* and the Salisbury cabinet lock »n. Prince Charles was hi the Zimbabwean capital to hand over (71 words)
  • Sadat agrees to non-stop talks [Articles]
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    • AFP
    Sadat agrees to non-stop talks CAIRO, Thurs. President Anwar Sadat of Egypt yesterday agreed to Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begins proposal of an immediate resumption of non-stop negotiations on Palestinian autonomy, the Middle East News Agency reported yesterday. Mr Begin proposed that the Egyptian, Israeli and United States delegations participating (181 words)
  • Dow Jones [Articles]
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    Dow Jones NEW YORK, Thurs. The Dow Jones averages on the New York Stock Exchange at 11 a.m. today: 30 indus 771.16 off 0.09, 20 trans 242.01 off 0.93. 15 utils 106.73 oft 0.04, 65 stocks 281.88 off 0.34. UPI. (40 words)
  • 144 MOTORISTS BOOKED ON WEDNESDAY [Articles]
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    144 MOTORISTS BOOKED ON WEDNESDAY Police said of the total summonses issued, 104 were for road hogging, 15 for speeding 16 for inconsiderate driving and nine for careless driving. Police said the death toll on the roads remains at 89 so far this year. ONE! hundred and fortyfour motorists were (72 words)
  • Report' order to foreign bank rep offices in HK [Articles]
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    Report' order to foreign bank rep offices in HK RODNEY HOBBON By Our Hongkong reporter THE Commisioner of Banking has told the 118 representative offices of foreign banks in Hongkong to report on their activities to him regularly in an effort to plug the loopholes opened up by the Nugan (260 words)
  • 11 killed in gunbattle [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    11 killed in gunbattle NEW DELHI, Thurs. Seven bandits and four villagers died in a gunbattle during a raid on a wealthy landowner's house at Aligarh in North India on Monday, the Press Trust of India reported yesterday. Five attackers who survived the shooting fled emptyhanded, police told PTI The (72 words)
  • No laws broken, says Nugan Hand director [Articles]
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    No laws broken, says Nugan Hand director THE managing director of the troubled Australian banking group, Nugan Hand, Mr Michael J. Hand, yesterday denied that his group had contravened local banking laws. In a statement telexed to Reuters news agency here, Mr Hand denied that the two Nugan Hand companies (246 words)
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    Late CLASSIFIED CABLE RECEIVED MURALI l>luv '.hi I'.SA MO (9 words)
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    Iran offers to cut oil price hikes says report TOKYO, Thursday THE Iranian authorities, fearful that Japan may actively support President Carter's new sanctions, have offered major concessions on their proposal to raise oil prices, trade sources said today. British Petroleum and 12 Japanese trading and oil companies started negotiations (354 words)
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      BUSINESS TIMES Singapore's Financial Dally Cov*r Ptk* SOt Annuol Subtcnptwn Site For iubscnptKHv call XXXXX11 Ewl 231. TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. It must have been with some indignation that Singapore managers swallowed the expatriates' opinion that they are indecisive. Rubbing a little salt to the wound, Air Lanka has described some SIA (141 words)
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      ■I Their greatest fear It's not fire, not earthquakes, not even cancer. The greatest fear of a Japanese is meeting with a road accident, according to a recent survey. Like Singapore, the country is in the midst of a road safety campaign. From the Eastern bloc Sundown Scene reviews the (380 words)
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      UP TO 1 p.m. TODAY: Showers in several places TEMP. (C) op to S a.m. tomorrow: M max., mln. SUNSET today: S.38 p.m.; SUNRISE tomorrow: CM a.m. GLOBAL weather Amsterdam 1117 C Oar Lm AigtlM 16-31 C Clear Atheaa 12-23C Cloudy Madrid MM Om Bahrain 19-27C Haze Maalla 23-34C Clear (177 words)
  • The Straits Times SECTION 2
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        Bamboo Green LI LIENFUNG By The poet king (part I) Of Hi in Chinese poetry began sometime around the late Tang Dynasty, but even when it became popular among the poets in AD 960, most were merely eloquent phrases with no genuine feeling. TTien came the poet king UYu(t« 937-978) (1188 words)
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        Simplified characters ffif** THE illustrated word is pronounced z/)7, meaning nature or quality. It has been reduced to only eight strokes from its regular form, in brackets, of 15. Here are some common combinations of the word ttH xtngzhi nature; character Affi rtnzlu hostage &Jffi dtfnzhi pawn mm bionzh) deteriorate (74 words)
      • Chinese sayings [Articles]
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        Chinese sayings *Sili§ S*nß(ffiSi»f Vi wei yu er chou mou. It is proper to thatch the roof before it rains. A£*Dttft o R^n sheng ru zhao hi. The human life is m evanescent m the mornIng dew. ZM yti da e'r xih j v xV We should have high aims (57 words)
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      PICK of the DAY JOHN DE SOUZA By FRIDAY night means C«l»<ir»m» night on Ch 8 at 7.55 p.m., bringing you musical variety with songs by well-known and well-tried singers. Tonight, 'there's Li Chuan, Pi Scow Wei, Tze Ling, Fan Chung Yao, Pao Na Na and Theng Meow Hwa. And (585 words)
    • Men behind those evergreens [Articles]
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      Men behind those evergreens MANY of us will immediately recognise famous songs like Love and Marriage, That Old Black Magic, Three Coins in the Fountain, I Got Rhythm and Moon River. But how many of us, apart from lovers of those old, sentimental classics, will know that they were written (425 words)
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        CHORAL CONCERT by MICROSCOPIC IVORY Sing Sheng Philharmonic CARVING WORKS by Society at the Victoria Wong Lo-Feng at the ChiTheatre at 8.15 p.m. Tick- nese chamber of Comets: $2 and $3. merce exhibition hall from CAREERS IN TELE- 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. On till COMS a talk by Miss (276 words)
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        TV and Radio SBC 5 3.00 PM Opeimi folowed by House- 7.30 News and Newsreel (Malay) wives Matinee To Be A Victor 7.55 Celebrity Charades (Mandarin Fin) 815 Xi Olympic Winter Games 5.00 lnterm.ss.on J-g fJtoal Wary (Entfsh) 6.05 Openim fofawed by Animal World iM MJ) H"""" 5 I P8fW (1199 words)
    • LEISURE
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        Past and present, by our writers Singapore: Past and Present Readings from Singapore writers by the Raffles Group Raffles Hotel (Regency Room) Tonight and tomorrow, 7.30 p.m. Tickets $3. Preview by RACHEL BARNES TJN 1867, when a ship made the journey from England in 116 days, it was a speed (521 words)
      • Sellers and Sellers for double fun [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Sellers and Sellers for double fun Prisoner of Zenda Jade, now showing Film review by MARLENE KITTS EVERYBODY is supposed to have a double. Pruener •f Zead* is a royal romp along these lines. In this comic adaptation of Anthony Hope's popular novel of love and intrigue, Peter Sellers of (623 words)
      • How to make a child really enjoy music [Articles]
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        How to make a child really enjoy music Cart Orff'. ideas On Music Education A talk by Leong Yoon Pin National Museum Theatrette Tonight, 8 p.m. Admission free SIXTY Singapore music teachers sent by the government for a course in the Philippines last year are in the lead to spark (350 words)
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    • One man's view of the brave new city [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • COPLEY NEWS SERVICE
      One man's view of the brave new city A PROMINENT Canadian architect and urban planner says downtown redevelopment should be balanced, not just based on creating a jungle of high-rise buildings. Barton Myers, a Toronto-based urban designer, has been fighting the movement in many North American cities to create downtown (768 words)
    • Mammoth task of housing two million [Articles]
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      Mammoth task of housing two million RONNIE WEI By THE government is this British colony's biggest j landlord. It is providing cheap housing tor nearly two million people out of Hongkong s five million population and officials say another million will be living ingovernment housing by 1965! In the past (641 words)
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    • Richand Nixon THE REAL WAR [Articles]
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      Richand Nixon THE REAL WAR TWO decades ago, the United States enjoyed overwhelming strategic nuclear superiority over the Soviet Union. Perhaps then the American people could afford to live in blissful ignorance of the dread facts of superpower conflict and a potential nuclear exchange. Such a conflict, such an exchange, (625 words)
    • US may be left high and dry in race for naval superiority [Articles + Illustrations]
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      US may be left high and dry in race for naval superiority RICHARD NIXON By We need a single policy that clearly specifies for each alliance country the future role and mission of its navy, a strategy for carrying it oat, and a commensurate construction programme for the next II (2067 words)
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        It isn't easy to stand up for yourself, to stop being victimised by other people or even yourself. PULLING YOUR OWN STRINGS shows you how to get rid of the pressures that surround you. If you have an ounce of rebellion left, you can learn to take control of your (112 words)
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    • Shibboleths [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Shibboleths WILLIAM SAFIRE By "Gimme an "O"! Shouts the Ohio State cheerleader, and the fans roar back with an "0". The name of the state is rousingly spelled out and the cheer concludes: "O.H.I.O Ahia!" "Ahia 1 is how you pronounce Ohio if you come from that state, according to (889 words)
    • Hope even though the trip back is not easy [Articles]
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      Hope even though the trip back is not easy PAUL JANBEN By I LOOK deep into their eyes to determine their sincerity. They do not flinch. They see a reporter taking down notes. I see hope. The tales of four Jurong day-release camp inmates are not new. I have heard (563 words)
    • Vogued to death is when... [Articles]
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      Vogued to death is when... "PARENTING" is a good new word. "Mothering" carries a connotation of protection or nurture fathering," or "siring" means causing an offspring to be born, metaphorically extended to a country, cause or invention (Edward Teller is known as the "father of the H-bomb" nobody can be (439 words)
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        From the land of 11amas Incas WHAT would you do if you wanted to open an antique shop, but you're deterred by the escalating prices and the diminishing supplies? Mrs Patti Teo, a former graphic designer, decided to turn to handicrafts instead. "I'm just as interested in handicrafts and am (640 words)
      • MAI IN SINGAI MADE IN NGAPORE [Articles + Illustrations]
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        MAI IN SINGAI MADE IN NGAPORE Thick cushioned sat in Scandinavian i with imported pine wood. From Cheng h consists of a three-seater settee, two ar and side table. Costs $1065 ihioned set in Scandinavian stylo locally assembled rtad pin* wood. From Chong Meng Furniture. This set if a three-seater (71 words)
      • The compulsion to ion to collect [Articles + Illustrations]
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        The compulsion to ion to collect LING POON W AH LING By THE compulsion to coll< as old as man. Indeed, virtually evei has succumbed during i hood to the craze for one of plaything or another some people the Mor the Kresses and more n ly, the Mellons, the (282 words)
      • TWINING'S ENGLISH NGLISH TEAS [Articles]
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        • NYT
        TWINING'S ENGLISH NGLISH TEAS ANDOVER might be the driest spot in England. Although the rain is falling heavily in Hampshire, 65 miles southwest of London, it is bone-dry inside the building where Twining's, tea merchants since 1706, processes, blends and packages its specialty teas. Scents of Lapsang Souchong, Assam, Darjeeling. (984 words)
      • Look for the Singapore label [Articles]
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        Look for the Singapore label THERE is much to be said for our made-in-Singapore products if a visit to the Homemakers '80 (International Housewares and Furnishings Exhibition) and Furnima '80 (International Furniture and Accessories Exhibition) is anything to go by. Most of the designs and workmanship that is displayed, especially (660 words)
      • Extravagant buys to cheer up your day [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Extravagant buys to cheer up your day DRAPE it over your shoulders or wear it as a fashion accessory around your waist. Or get an expert framemaker and turn this into an original decor piece. You can definitely do more than one thing with these attractive Gucci silk scarves. They (450 words)
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        Now whss 2 latest feature- wh* packed models of Electrolux washing machine to choose .from as little as $58.30 per month. WH 55 WH 56 cow wash facility allows economizer reduces water intake complete washing m cold water and electric power spin etmnation cold wash facility spin elimination •1 8 (374 words)
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        Last week, there was a guide to the different kinds of Chinese tea. Today, we take a look at English tea. SANDRA SALMANS talks to Twining's about their teas, how they blend it, and how we should brew it and drink it. Be a social success with ICS Beauty Care (215 words)
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    • SCIENCE OF OUR TIMES
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        Not much for looks but they're helpful SONG MING By ALONGSIDE ducklings and frogs, spiders are being used as powerful insect killers on the rice lands in south China. Experiments in Hunan, a major ricegrowing province, show that, in only six days, the eight-legged spinning creature can kill 80 to (505 words)
      • SCIENCE WATCH [Articles]
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        • NYT
        SCIENCE WATCH A deep look in your eye WHEN an unconscious person is rushed to the emergency room of a hospital, the doctors check for a heartbeat at once, of course, and make certain the patient is breathing. With equal urgency, they look into the eyes, to find other signs (487 words)
      • Thawing out animals [Articles]
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        • UPI
        Thawing out animals TRY to imagine the woolly mammoth, a prehistoric creature extinct for more than 10,000 years, suddenly springing to life again. The idea is fantastic. But Dr Kurt Benirschke, research director of the San Diego Zoo, says it is impossible. He is curator of the world's only "frozen (517 words)
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        FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ,<C\ ABC DRY POWDER TYPE BC DRY POWDER TYPE FOAM &WATER CO2TYPE L~*\ EMERGENCY f\r*m A Jl t=— l fcr-f lighting V/9Ura v V_y SYSTEM Q i&££OSS PIPE CONDUIT CALL POINT aS?nr7 AND BOLT THREADING MACHINE nickel-cadmium I VjJ Portable Thread Cut and Reams BATTERiE? w^^^^^ 6mm to (372 words)
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        ■■■■I Separate tenders are invited for any one or all of the following (1) ERECTION AND COMPLETION of 1 Block of 13-Storey 3/4-Room New Flats with Eating House/Living Quarter, 1 Block of 13-Storey 3/4-Room New Flats with Shops/Living Quarters, 2 Blocks of 4Storey 3/4-Room New Flats with Shops/Living Quarters (Total (793 words)
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        A MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT TENDER NOTICE DRAINAGE DEPARTMENT (I) The Cleansing and Desilting of Bedok Conal from Upper Changi Road to New Upper Changi Rood Ref: TEN (ENV) 08/80/6 Showround: Meet at Bedok Canal (near Upper Changi Rood) on 22 4 80 at 9 30 am Only those contractors (736 words)
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        (lrii REDEVELOPMENT >C3^ AUTHORITY TENDER NOTICE Tenders are invited for: I A) Regular Cleaning of Cuppage Road Rehabilitation Block, Cuppage Road H I B) Regular Cleaning of Hong Lim Shop- I ping Centra, 100 South Bridge Road I Showround will be conducted os follows: I Data Tima Meeting Place I (563 words)
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        SINGAPORE POLICE FORCE TENDER NOTICE Tenders are invited by the Commissioner of Police. Singapore for the supply and delivery of the following item(s) for the Singapore Police Force:RAY BAN SUNGLASSES Tender forms and other particulars may be obtained from the Quartermaster, Singapore Police Force. Hemmant Road, Singapore IS, on payment (463 words)
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        mi j w%m PUBUC UTILITIES P*j BOARD 1) Reinstatement of Road Tranches for Watar Mainlaying lor 1980/1981. 2) Laying and Welding of 1200 mm Diameter Steel Pipeline from Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, along Avenue 3 and Avenue 4 to Yio Chu Kang Road. Site Showround: Meet at iunction of (691 words)
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        #PWD TENDER NOTICE Tenders ore invited from PWD Registered Controctors for the following (A) Supply ond Delivery of 19 mm ond 38 mm Gromte Aggregates to Chongi Airport Contract A Eligibility. Quorry $3,000,000/and above OR Registered quarry Contractors but below the financial cotegory or non-registered Contractors that have the relevant (708 words)
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        PROSPECTUS DATED 17th April 1980 II II mmttmnmiiM 2ML UNITED OVERSEAS LAND LIMITED [INCORPORATED IN THE REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE] ISSUE AT PAR OF $90,000,000 9 PER CENT. UNSECURED LOAN STOCK 1980/87 with REGISTERED SUBSCRIPTION WARRANTS TO SUBSCRIBE FOR ORDINARY SHARES IN THE COMPANY The issue price of the Loan Stock (2073 words)
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        INI UNITED OVERSEAS LAND LIMITED 1 ■H Ha (Incorporated in the Republic of Singapore) PARTICULARS OF THE LOAN STOCK The issue of the Loan Stock has been authorised by an Ordinary Resolution of the Company passed on 15th April 1980 and will be constituted by a Trust Deed ("Trust Deed") (4078 words)
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        Modification of Rights Holders of the Loan Stock may by Special Resolution sanction (inter alia) any modification or compromise of their rights and assent to any modification of the Trust Deed. In addition, such modification, as may be agreed between the Company and the Trustee, may be made to the (1403 words)
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        II II UNITED OVERSEAS LAND LIMITED (Incorporated in the Republic of Singapore) (iii) the whole of the Group's immovable property outside Singapore (or the whole thereof other than current assets); or (iv) the whole of the Group's commercial property in Singapore (or the whole thereof other than current assets); or (1435 words)
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        (D) an offer or invitation made by the Company to holders of its Ordinary Stock whereunder they may acquire Ordinary Shares by way of rights; or (E) an offer or invitation made by the Company or any of its Subsidiaries to holders of Ordinary Stock by way of rights whereunder (1289 words)
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        Consolidated Profit and Loss Accounts of the Group Year ended 31st December NOTE 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 $'000 Profit before taxation 2 2,427 4,046 2,723 8,497 9,528 Taxation 3 820) 850) (1,756) (3,464) (6,0X37) Profit after taxation 1.607 3,196 967 5,033 3,521 Provision for contingencies 700) Amount attributable to (754 words)
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        UN UNITED OVERSEAS LAND LIMITED (Incorporated in the Republic of Singapore) 3. TAXATION The Group's taxation charge does not approximate 40% of reported consolidated profits principally because(a) In 1976, profit from sale of fixed assets was not taxable and capital allowances brought forward from previous year were utilised. (b) In (927 words)
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        (c) The syndicated loan comprises a $1 9.5 million six-year term loan and a $7.5 million overdraft facility The term loan is secured by way of a second fixed and floating charge over all the assets of Hotel Merlin Singapore Limited The outstanding amount at 31st December 1979 of $14,625,000 (979 words)
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        n Straits Steamship Company Limited Incorporated m Smgaport BONUS ISSUE The bonus issue of one share of 50 cents for every five stock units held, to be approved by stockholders at an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Company to be held on 29th May 1980, will be made to stockholders (774 words)
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        UOVKRNMKNT OF THE HKIM RI.IC OK SINUAPORK IMI PLANNING ACT (Cap m, iriKd) 111 l MASTER PLAN RILKS, Mi Nntlcr undrr Rulr 12 Notice is hereby given lh.it the following proposal for alteration to the Master Plan was submitted to the Minister for National Development for approval: RriMlBK o( lot (1249 words)
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        ffillDß NOTICE OF EXHUMATION Notice is hereby given that two isolated Chinese graves near to the Muslim Cemetery at Bukit Permai on State Land Lot 126-257 and 211 Mukim I are affected by development project of Housing and Development Board. The Resettlement Department will exhume the remains for cremation at (1071 words)
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        PUBLIC APOLOGY We the Management and Staff of Charles Horvatk Pte. Ltd., located at 278-B and 138-A, Paya Lebar Road, Singapore, hereby apologise to the Marine and IndmstrUl Sector of Singapore. We have failed the Public by not exhibiting our WILDKN Air Driven Dooblr Diaphragm Pump* at the current ASIA (172 words)
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        A Leading Local Bank invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for the position of DRAUGHTSMAN The Job The successful candidote w* report to the Property Manager ond wi be assisting m the preparation of structural sketches for all development and renovotion projects, (n addition, he is expected to be adept (622 words)
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        We are offering an unique opportunity for ambitious sales oriented Executives with experience in direct selling in the following highly challenging positions: REGIONAL SALES MANAGER AREA MANAGERS (SINGAPORE AND ALL MAJOR CITIES IN MALAYSIA) We are a dynamic Marketing Group established as Wholesalers of high quality fast selling fashion oriented (508 words)
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        MANAGER (BUILDING SERVICES) U.S.S40,000 PER ANNUM (TAX FREE) LOCATION: BAHRAIN PMR 1134 A property development company in Bahrain has retained our services to advise on the appointment of a Manager (Building Services) for a new 20-storey office-cum- residential complex in Bahrain. The Manager (Building Services) will be responsible for the (567 words)
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        ledge of mechanical or electrical engineering will be extremely useful in the performance of this role Citizenship requirements are flexible. This is an interesting opportunity for a top-level person who is keen to prove his capabilities in a developing environment. Our client will provide a generous salary (tax-free) including airconditioned (427 words)
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        NOTICE OP GENERAL LICENSING SESSION OF THfc LIQUORS LICENSING BOARD, SINGAPORE, TO Bfc HELD I'NDER REGULATION (<I) OP THE UQL'OK LICENSING REGULATIONS, ifM A General Licensing Session of the Liquors Licensing Board for Singapore, will be held In Court Nft's, Subordinate Courts, Hutlock Road, Singapore on Tuesday. 3rd June at (477 words)
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      ESN children Step by step to a life of their own IT'S something you think will never happen to you. And when the newborn baby is examined everything seems fine. Fingers and toes all there; respiration and heart normal. Only later around two or three years old do parents slowly (1783 words)
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        1 OFFICIAL OPENING TODAY jfflk Congratulations I i im§m to 6 I JACK'S PLACE C AFETERI A (STEAK HOUSE )SiBEf JACK'S PLACE CAFETERIA 1 3 (STEAK HOUSE) AT NO. 1, BRAS BASAH COMPLEX, BLOCK 231, BAIN STREET (NEXT TO ODEON THEATRE) SPORE 0718, TEL: XXXXX2 ON THEIR OFFICIAL OPENING TODAY (445 words)
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