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The Straits Times, 5 September 1981

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  • Masthead [Title Section]
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    The Straits Times Estd. 1845 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1981 35 CENTS M.C.(P) No. 101/1/81 (14 words)
  • 3 KHMER LEADERS SIGN PACT [Articles]
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    3 KHMER LEADERS SIGN PACT LEE KIM CHEW, AHMAD OSMAN and IRENE NGOO As Le Duan flies to Moscow... By U.S. AND ASEAN REACTIONS: Page 13 EDITORIAL: Page 16 THE Kampuchean talks have achieved what Asean hopes they would: agreement to get on with the job of forming a coalition (1059 words)
  • Untitled [Articles + Illustrations]
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  • A good reason to smile [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • LIM SENG TIONG
    A good reason to smile Prince Sihanouk (left) bidding goodbye yesterday to Mr Khleu Samphan after both declared their desire to form a eoaMtlon government with Mr Son Sana (centre) la a tripartite effort against the Vietnamese Farces In Kampuchea. Mr Son Sana has reason to smile. The Prince and (70 words)
  • Opium boy [Articles]
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    • AFP
    Opium boy NEW YORK, Fri A 10monthold Soy Is m critical condition m hospital m Eugene, Oregon, after being fed opium by his parents Scott Brady, 24. and his wife. Linda, 21. confessed giving their son a pellet of opium when they could not keep him quiet. AFP (48 words)
  • The joint statement by the three leaders [Articles]
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    The joint statement by the three leaders HIS Royal Highness fe Sander* Norodom Slhaaoak, Hl> Excellency Mr Soa Saan aad Hit Excellency Mr KMn fliaiaain met 1b Magnanre from Sept 2 liTmi, aad agreed to: o Expreoa the desire to form a caaUtlMi government of Democratic Kampuchea with a view (189 words)
  • Kuriles jolted [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Kuriles jolted MOSCOW PM A strong earth tremor rocked the Soviet Km ile Islands north of Japan last Might causing -.light damage m some villages. Tass reported today Nobody was reported hurt Reuter (33 words)
  • Oil find [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Oil find NEW DELHI, Fri. Indian Petroleum Minister Prakash Chand Sethi today announced the discovery of an offshore oilfield on the continental shelf oft Bombay and said that first tests shewed a daily flow of 1,030 barrels. Reuter (38 words)
  • S. Africans expelled [Articles]
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    • AP
    S. Africans expelled UNITED NATIONS, Fri. The United Nations General Assembly voted 117-22 with six abstentions today to expel the South African delegation from its new emergency special session on Namibia. Earlier, the 154-nation assembly voted 113-24 with six abstentions not to let the South African delegation speak before the (59 words)
  • 22-point jump in ST Index [Articles]
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    22-point jump in ST Index THE decision of the Stock Exchange of Singapore on Thursday to impose immediate settlement on all counters did not seem to have caused any substantial downturn m trading activity yesterday, but the Straits Times Industrials Index took a healthy 22point jump as most counters scored (129 words)
  • The greater hazards of eating out [Articles]
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    The greater hazards of eating out FILOMINA D'CRUZ By EATING out m Singapore has become more hazardous if the latest official figures are anything to go by. Not only has the number of unhygienic food shops fined almost doubled last year, there were already more cases of food poisoning m (406 words)
  • Moscow's 'concern' at emergence of united resistance [Articles]
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    Moscow's 'concern' at emergence of united resistance MOSCOW, Friday VIETNAMESE communist leader Le Duan arrived m Moscow yesterday for talks coinciding with an agreement by Kampuchean resistance leaders on joint action against Hanoi's military involvement m their country. Moscow would be concerned by the emergence of any united resistance to (594 words)
  • Solidarity in defiant mood despite warning [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Solidarity in defiant mood despite warning WARSAW, Friday THE Solidarity free trade union prepared today for its first national congress m a defiant mood despite a warning by the authorities that they would declare a state of emergency if necessary. The warning was given m a speech by party leader (276 words)
  • QUAKE HITS LOS ANGELES [Articles]
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    • AP
    QUAKE HITS LOS ANGELES LOS ANUELES, Fri. A strong earthquake mt'&MiirinK i.i on the Rirhter scale, hit Lm Angeles today (or about IS seconds and wan felt as far as San Diego, 144 km away. There were no Immediate reports of damage or injury. It was the strangest quake to (66 words)
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  • IN SUMMARY...
    • HOME [Articles]
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      HOME 'No toilet in school' IN all her nine years in school, wheelchair-bound Regina Henry could not go to the toilet because they were not built for handicapped people. "Most of the time I had to control very hard until I got home to ease myself." Likewise, the domestic science (561 words)
    • COMMENT [Articles]
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      COMMENT THE STRAITS TIMES SAYS: THE three Kampuchea resistance factions have moved a step forward in their efforts to form a coalition government. Bui for It to succeed, they most pot aside their differences and work towards one goal: regaining control of their country from the Vietnamese. THE momentous decision (307 words)
    • TIMES BUSINESS [Articles]
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      TIMES BUSINESS SES TO ACT ON LATE RETURN OF SCRIP THE Stock Exchange of Singapore (SES) will be taking action against listed companies which delay the return of shares sent to them for registration. It has requested stock-brok-ing firms to furnish details of such defaults. In a statement after trading (255 words)
    • BACKGROUND [Articles]
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      BACKGROUND EGYPT AFTER SADAT President Sadat of Egypt has indicated that he is resigning next year. If Egypt's leader for the past 11 years should go, the country is likely to enter into a period of political uncertainty. At the same time, there may be changes m Egypt's close relations (62 words)
    • SPORTS [Articles]
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      SPORTS .Ads OK for amateurs AMATEUR athletes can now appear with and in advertisements, decides the International Amateur Athletic Federation. But there is one condition that the contracts are handled by national federations and the money paid into trust funds. Still, Singapore athletes are delighted. "With this (money) problem solved, (225 words)
    • AROUND THE WORLD [Articles]
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      AROUND THE WORLD Japan: Pull out troops JAPAN has urged Vietnam to heed world opinion and withdraw its troops from Kampuchea. 'There can be no true stability in South-east Asia" until the situation is resolved, its Premier told an informal US-Japan conference in Tokyo. He savs Japan values highly South (559 words)
    • ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY [Articles]
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      ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY 'Show cause' order THE Agriculture Ministry will ask the reportedly money-losing Majuternak, the National Livestock Authority, to "show cause" why some of its operations should not be closed, says a .lewspaper. Those likely to be axed are the unprofitable dairy programme, under which thousands of cBttle are (214 words)
    • SECTION 2 [Articles]
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      SECTION 2 Armenians come back IN their heyday, they numbered several hundred. Today, there are just over a dozen of them but the Armenians are responsible for two of Singapore's famous symbols Raffles Hotel and the national flower Vanda Miss Joaquim Tomorrow, this small group of people who hail from (437 words)
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  • AROUND THE WORLD
    • 50 Haitian refugees flee camp during clash [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AP
      50 Haitian refugees flee camp during clash FEDERAL riot officers using axe handles to subdue a Haitian daring an outbreak of violence at Krome North ramp In Miami yesterday during which about M Haitians escaped from the refugee camp and fled to the nearby swamps of the Everglades national park. (109 words)
    • Author dies [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Author dies TAMPA (Florida). Frl. Alec Waugh, British author of SO books that included the 1956 best seller Island m the Sun. died yesterday at Tampa General Hospital. He was 83 Waugh had suffered a stroke two weeks ago. UPI. (40 words)
    • Minister sacked in Sri Lanka [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Minister sacked in Sri Lanka COLOMBO, Fri. Sri Lanka's President Junius Jayewardene said today that some members of his ruling United National Party (UNP) had encour- j aged last month's commu- j rial violence and sacked a minister Acting Minister of Regional Development G.V. Punchinilame has also been relieved of (235 words)
    • Ties demand sincerity' [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Ties demand sincerity' JAKARTA, Fri. Aaeaa aad Japan havr bena a symposlam on their futare relations, wttk Vlee-Presldent Adam Malik calling far readjustment of outmoded structures aad c«M»peratl«n. Rronomlr and drvel«pment partnership between Asean aad Japan ooold materialise only through continuing eftorta aad concrete action, Mr Malik said In an (131 words)
    • Pay heed to pullout calls, Suzuki tells Vietnam [Articles]
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      • REUTER, AP, UPI
      Pay heed to pullout calls, Suzuki tells Vietnam TOKYO, Fri JAPANESE Prime Minister Zenko Suzuki today urged Vietnam to heed world opinion and withdraw its troops from Kampuchea, saying "there can be no true stability in Southeast Asia" until the situation is resolved. He said Japan welcomes as a "very (376 words)
    • 27 Aussie meat plants suspended after new case of fraud [Articles + Illustrations]
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      27 Aussie meat plants suspended after new case of fraud THE Australian government today suspended export operations of all independent meat processors m Victoria .*sate, Primary Industry Minister Peter Nixon said. The move follows discovery m the United States of horsemeat m beef exported from a second processor m Victoria, (427 words)
    • New British jetliner [Articles]
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      • AP
      New British jetliner LONDON, Fri. Britain's first new jetliner for more than a decade made its maiden flight yesterday and officials said it went even better than expected. British aerospace has taken orders for 35 of the fuel-effi-cient, 109-seater aircraft, known as the BAE-146, Britain's first plane since the Anglo-French (59 words)
    • Buckley off on urgent mission to Pakistan [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Buckley off on urgent mission to Pakistan i WASHINGTON, Frl. Under-Secretary of State James Buckley has been sent to Pakistan on an urgent, unannounced mission, it was learned yesterday. The State Department press office spokesman said: "We have been dis- cussing a number of matI ters of mutual interest with (133 words)
    • Zia bans men from entering woman's schools, colleges [Articles]
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      • AP
      Zia bans men from entering woman's schools, colleges ISLAMABAD, Fri PRESIDENT M*hammed ZU Ul-Haq, who nan launched a campaign to "Islamlse" Pakistani society, has banned men from eaterlac women's scn«oU, ro0ege8 and other Institutions, a governmentowned newspaper reported yesterday. The Pakistan Time* aaoted North-west Frontier province Education Minister Abdul Hashim (202 words)
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  • AROUND THE WORLD 2
    • Crackdown on extremists sparks off demo in Cairo [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Crackdown on extremists sparks off demo in Cairo EGYPTIAN riot police fired tear gas to disperse thousands of Muslim fundamentalists who marched on Cairo's Coptic cathedral today to protest against the arrest of Muslim militants. Trouble started after Friday prayers at the AlNour Mosque when university students and other Muslim (337 words)
    • Heavy Sighting Hares again in Gulf [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Heavy Sighting Hares again in Gulf BEIRUT, Frl. Iran aad Iraq have reported renewed heavy fighting In the GsJf war aad Baghdad said Its forces had crushed a twepronged IrMlM «(fcnThe Iraqi military high mainland said morr than Iranians were killed la some «f the heaviest fighting since last September, (158 words)
    • Court order to halt digging may pose threat to Begin govt [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER
      Court order to halt digging may pose threat to Begin govt JERUSALEM, Friday THE Israeli Supreme Court today overturned an order issued by Education Minister Zevulun Hammer temporarily suspending archaeological work on the controversial City of David site m old Jerusalem. The decision of the three judges is a serious (287 words)
    • Gangster killed [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Gangster killed CASTELLAMMARE DI STABIA (Italy), Fri. Three young gunmen rushed up to the third floor of a downtown hotel on Wednesday and pumped submachine gun bullets at a well-known Naples gangster and his wife as they lay m bed, police reported. The attack killed Antonio "big jug" Lucarelli, 44, (78 words)
    • Doctor-patient ratios [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Doctor-patient ratios PARIS, Fri. The world's least developed countries have onlyone doctor on average lor 17.000 inhabitants, a report of the Wonkl Health Organisation revealed. The figure for developing countries is one doctor per 2,700 people, and for industrialised nations one per 520. AFP. (44 words)
    • ISRAEL'S FEARS RISE OVER SAUDI AWACS [Articles]
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      • AP
      ISRAEL'S FEARS RISE OVER SAUDI AWACS TEL AVIV, Fri. Israeli experts invited by the US Government to inspect the airborne radar planes destined for Saudi Arabia came away more worried than ever at the threat to Israel's welfare, Foreign Minister Yitzhak Shamir said in an interview published today. The experts (233 words)
    • 20th year [Articles]
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      20th year UNITED NATIONS, Fri. The Non-Aligned movement marked its 20th anniversary yesterday with a ceremony at the UN headquarters. Cuban Foreign Minister Isodoro Malmierca led the ceremony m place of the movement's president, Cuban leader Fidel Castro. ATP. (39 words)
    • WORLD BRIEFS
      • Opec's urgent talks [Articles]
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        • UPI
        Opec's urgent talks OPEC will hold an emergency ministerial meeting late this month to try to unify oil prices which last month's Geneva meeting failed to achieve, the Kuwaiti newspaper, Al Rai al-Aam, said yesterday. The newspaper said contacts, including a visit last week by Kuwaiti Oil Minister Sheikh Ali (69 words)
      • Keeping out arms [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        Keeping out arms ARAB LEAGUE mediators attempting to halt six years of bloodshed m Lebanon said m Beirut yesterday they had decided to stop arms and equipment reaching the country's militias illegally from the sea. The foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Syria, after a meeting chaired by Lebanese (75 words)
      • Seven die in typhoon [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        Seven die in typhoon SEVEN people have died, at least 13 missing and 4,000 made homeless after Typhoon Agnes inundated central and southern Taiwan m what could be the worst natural disaster m memory, the Weather Bureau m Taipeh said yesterday. It said the 800 mm rainfall recorded m some (70 words)
      • Fasting spreads [Articles]
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        Fasting spreads THE RANKS of Thailand's hunger-striking prisoners swelled to at least 56 as five Americans joined 50 other western prisoners to fast to back their demands for better prison conditions, diplomatic sources m Bangkok said yesterday. The hunger strike, launched on Monday by 19 convicted heroin traffickers at Thailand's (59 words)
      • EEC meeting [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        EEC meeting FOREIGN ministers of the 10 European Common Market countries meet near London today to exchange views on South Africa's incursion into Angola, tension m Afghanistan and the Middle East and other key issues. The twice-yearly talks at Brocket Hall aim to set the course of community business over (66 words)
      • Held outside embassy [Articles]
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        • UPI
        Held outside embassy A SOVIET woman accompanied by two children tried to force her way into the French Embassy m Moscow yesterday, but was apprehended by Russian police. French sources said tre woman who was about 40, tried to rush past the Soviet militia who guard the embassy, along with (83 words)
    • CAR BOMB KILLS 20 IN SYRIA [Articles]
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      • AP
      CAR BOMB KILLS 20 IN SYRIA BEIRUT, Fri. A massive blast killed at least 2t people aad wounded i$ when a booby-trap-ped car exploded opposite the Syrian Air Force Command headquarters la Damascus yesterday morning. Travellers arriving here from the Syrian capital said the area was Immediately cordoned off by (175 words)
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  • AROUND THE WORLD 3
    • Reagan faces fight with hawks over defence cuts [Articles]
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      • REUTER, AFP, UPI
      Reagan faces fight with hawks over defence cuts WASHINGTON, Friday AFTER repeated pledges to increase American military might, President Ronald Reagan ironically now faces the task of fighting Cabinet hawks over his plans to balance the federal budget by slashing defence costs. The White House has said that Mr Reagan, (285 words)
    • Sideliners
      • The feet of emancipation [Articles]
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        • AFP
        The feet of emancipation THE emancipation of woanii m China can be ■augtd by the fact that their feet have increased In stew In recent yean on a par with those of the oppos« P sex the Knghshlan gvage China Dally said yesterday m Beijing The newspaper added it was (86 words)
      • Wrath of TV viewers [Articles]
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        • UPI
        Wrath of TV viewers TELEVISION viewers m Hamburg yesterday bombarded a television studio with calls after a news reader ended his news roundup with the words "All lies." A spokesman at North Orman Television's newsroom said the unusual ending to the broadcast was the resul* of a "misunderstanding." The remark (75 words)
      • Jumbos face extinction [Articles]
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        • AFP
        Jumbos face extinction ELEPHANTS could be extinct before the end of the century, a Cambridge University biologist warned on Wednesday m London Dr Stewart Eltringham said m a talk that there were once 23 species of elephants spread throughout the world, but now only two remained the African and the (52 words)
    • 'US youth won't be sent to another Vietnam' [Articles]
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      • AP, UPI
      'US youth won't be sent to another Vietnam' HONOLULU, Fri. To thunderous applause. Secretary of Defence Caspar Weinberger promised the American Legion yesterday that President Ronald Reagan will not send the youth of America into another war like Vietnam. Mr Reagan "will never make such an unpardonable demand on the (230 words)
    • Taking a 'shot'in Honululu [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AFP
      Taking a 'shot'in Honululu AMERICAN Defence Secretary Caspar Weinberger •therwtse known as "Cap the Knife" showing the men of the ttta brfaatry nvUM that their chief Is Jast aa keea-eyei and bandy at wielding a Dragon. Mr Weinberger was visiting the dlvirion'g HonoInU (acuities yesterday, when he test a well-aimed (95 words)
    • Popo the clown dies [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • UPI
      Popo the clown dies OAKLAND (California), Fri. Popo the clown, (left) an International figure honoured m the Circus Hall of Fame of the P.T. Barnun. Museum, died of a heart attack on Wednesday night at his home here, at the age of 81. Popo, whose real name was Count de (243 words)
    • Little known Russian spy agency, but it's the second largest [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Little known Russian spy agency, but it's the second largest A VIRTUALLY unknown Soviet military intelligence agency trains Third World terrorists and maintains an army of 30,000 spysoldiers to work with "sleeper networks" behind Western lines on wartime sabotage and assassination, it was reported yesterday. The agency, known as the (339 words)
    • Diplomat's car bombed [Articles]
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      • AP
      Diplomat's car bombed NEW YORK, Fri. A diplomat's car was fire-bombed early today near the Soviet mission to the United Nations. the second bombing attempt in two days near the mission, police said. No one was injured in the incident and police said they did not know if the car (59 words)
    • French jobless [Articles]
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      • AFP
      French jobless PARIS, Frt. There were 1.834 million people without work in Prance in August, a fall of 0.8 per cent on July, Labour Minister Jean Auroux told a parliamentary social affairs committee here today. AFP. (36 words)
    • 'US duped by Soviet agent for 18 years' [Articles]
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      • AFP
      'US duped by Soviet agent for 18 years' WASHINGTON, Friday vernment was duped for iviet double agent whose tion often landed on the Vhite House. THE United States Go\ some 18 years by a So' KGB-controlled informal President's desk m the W The details of the ruse appeared m a (243 words)
    • McDonnell Douglas to pay $2.7m penalties [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      McDonnell Douglas to pay $2.7 m penalties WASHINGTON, Fri. McDonnell Douglas Corporation has agreed to plead guilty to making illegal payments to foreign officials and to pay US$l.25 million (552.7 million) m civil and criminal penalties, Justice Department sources said yesterday. Under the settlement, which has to be approved by (160 words)
    • KILLED BY TRAIN IN BID TO FREE DOG [Articles]
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      • UPI
      KILLED BY TRAIN IN BID TO FREE DOG PALERMO (Sicily), Fri. Glueppe (uslrmuio, M, was killed by train yesterday as he tried to free Ids dog;, which had a leg trapped la a signal switch, police reported. The accident occurred on the main line between Palermo and Trapanl. Police said (81 words)
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  • AROUND THE WORLD 4
    • Row over Bonn austerity budget settled [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Row over Bonn austerity budget settled CHANCELLOR Helmut Schmidt's coalition government yesterday survived its most serious political crisis since its re-election last year and agreed on an austerity budget for next year. After weeks of wrangling Mr Schmidt's Social Democrats and its tiny partner, the liberal Free Democrats, drew up (315 words)
    • Healey-Benn clash may split Labour [Articles]
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      • NYT
      Healey-Benn clash may split Labour LONDON, Friday THE battle within the Labour Party moved into a new phase this week with the two sides firing their opening guns m the campaign for the deputy leadership. The contest, to be settled at a party convention on Sept 71, has a significance (321 words)
    • Financial Times drops threat to close down [Articles]
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      • AP
      Financial Times drops threat to close down LONDON, Fri. The Financial Times, which had threatened to close down m a dispute with a printing union, said today It will continue publishing. The business daily said it was withdrawing its intention to lock out 580 printing staff employees after agreeing with (205 words)
    • Ex-Manson girl weds millionaire [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AP
      Ex-Manson girl weds millionaire AN UNLIKELY match m an ddusoal setting, Texan miUivnaire Donald Lee Lairare paring for wedding picture with his bride Susan Atkins m women's prison m Prater*, California on Tharso*y. Mr I—laure ate* known aa Flash for his frequent flashing of wads of dollar bills had earlier (133 words)
    • China visit [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      China visit HONGKONG, Fri. The Australian destroyer Swan arrived m Shanghai yesterday for a five-day official visit to China after weathering a violent storm, the Xinhua news agency reported. It is the first Australian warship to visit China. Reuter. (39 words)
    • Bid to kill Pope 'a Red plot' [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Bid to kill Pope 'a Red plot' LONDON, Fri. The attempted assassination of Pope John Paul II on May 13 may have been the result of a communist plot, a report over television claimed last night. Journalist Julian Manyon said on the "TV Eye" programme that Italian Secret Service documents (126 words)
    • Mahathir snub? There's no evidence: Canberra [Articles]
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      Mahathir snub? There's no evidence: Canberra LIM SAY BOON By Our Melbourne Reporter MELBOURNE. Fit 4 The decision by Uie Malaysian Prime Mink ter, Datuk Seri Di Mahathir Mohamad not to attend the coming Commonwealth Hea<j|s of Government mooting m Melbourne has spark ed off speculation hare that a diplomatic (225 words)
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    • Sadat: Respected or loved? [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Sadat: Respected or loved? "I MUST respect him but I do not love him." Thus spoke unprompted a serving Egyptian soldier not long ago, standing m front of a one metre 'wonze-painted head of President Sadat on a yellow plinth twice its size, incongruously placed by the side o( the (1607 words)
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  • FIRST NUS CONVOCATION
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      PRO-CHANCELLOR A. P. Rajah conferring the honorary degree on Dr Yeoh. (11 words)
    • Dr Yeoh's citation [Articles]
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      Dr Yeoh's citation f In a short space of time, he was to gain a reputation as a surgeon who left very little mark of his labours... Those who treasured their looks eagerly sought him as their surgeon for the paradoxical result that they could show no sign of having (200 words)
    • VC tells the new grads: Don't be haughty at work [Articles]
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      VC tells the new grads: Don't be haughty at work KAREN LAU FEARS OVER A TIGHT LABOUR MARKET By GRADUATES of the National University of Singapore have been wanted against being haughty m their working enviroment. They were also told to be on their guard against lacking interest to go (448 words)
    • Singapore, China may team up to make machinery [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Singapore, China may team up to make machinery SINGAPORE is likely to go into co-production of machinery with China very soon, the first commercial representative of the People s Republic of China. Mr Xi Yesheng, said yesterday. He said China would provide the industrial base, energy, natural resources and labour, (255 words)
    • Falling tree kills woman [Articles]
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      Falling tree kills woman A WOMAN died after she was pinned under a tree at Jalan Geok Slang Nng. m Bukit Timah, last night. The woman was walking near the tree when it fell at about 7 p.m. Task Force troopers had to saw off portions of the tree trunk (54 words)
    • New SBC deputy chairman [Articles]
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      New SBC deputy chairman THE Acting President, Dr Yeoh Ghim Seng, has appointed the Permanent Secretary (Culture), Mr Cheng Tong Fatt, as deputy chairman of the Singapore Broadcasting Corporation. Mr Alan Wong Hoi Ping, a lawyer, has been appointed a member of the corporation by the Minister for Culture, Mr (72 words)
    • Romulo: Role for every country in the world [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Romulo: Role for every country in the world WORLD interdependence was the theme of EH* Carlos Romulo's speech yesterday on being conferred the honorary degree of Doctor of Letters. "In an interdependent world, no nation Is indispensable," he said m his speech which was read out by Professor Ooi Jin (275 words)
    • Nothing of the groping of a novice varsity [Articles]
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      Nothing of the groping of a novice varsity IT WAS the first convocation of the National University of Singapore. But as the Vice-chan-cellor of the University, Professor Lim Pin, put it, it certainly was "not the convocation of a novice university groping and trying to find its feet". Three hundred (278 words)
    • Mishap victim dies [Articles]
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      Mishap victim dies MADAM Mary Ang. 66. died m hospital yesterday following an accident involving a van at the Junction of Jalan Jurong Kechil and Jalan Sen Chuan. Eye-witnesses are requested to contact Set. Ismail bin Ishak, of Traffic Investigation Section, at telephone number XXXXX4 ext 772. (47 words)
    • Engineering firm awarded $56,176 [Articles]
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      Engineering firm awarded $56,176 A LOCAL engineering firm, which sued an English engineering company for $125,000 fcr work done and materials supplied m installing five pumphouses for JTC flats m 1976, was awarded $56,176 by the High Court yesterThe $56,176 is based on two bills sent by Fongsoon Enterprises (Pte) (194 words)
    • EGYPT'S DEPUTY PM STARTS VISIT TODAY [Articles]
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      EGYPT'S DEPUTY PM STARTS VISIT TODAY THE KgyptUn Deputy Prime Minister aid Minister for F*retn Affairs, Mr KanuU £mv All, and his wife will arrive m Singapore this after*— for a threeday afflcUl visit. Mr Kamal Haattan All will call Mr Lee Kuan Yew to convey a personal menage from (73 words)
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  • Accommodation snag put paid to project [Articles]
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    Accommodation snag put paid to project A PROJECT for the disa bled which would have created a world-wide impact had to be temporarily shelved because the People's Association could not provide accommodation for the wheelchairbound disabled when it was approached last year. Disclosing this yesterday, Mr Ron-Chandra n Dudley, chairman (255 words)
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    AN educational poster sponsored by Ess* (6 words)
  • The barriers that block the rights of handicapped [Articles]
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    The barriers that block the rights of handicapped EVELYN NG By Socw/ Services Reporter 4 OF c«ane, m this International Year of Disabled Persons, there is much froth and bubble and euphoria far the disabled. They are Invited to parties.. .but, what has the community done or what is the (686 words)
  • Changi Airport lesson for 500 from abroad [Articles]
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    Changi Airport lesson for 500 from abroad THE planning, designing and developing of Changi Airport will serve as a lesson for 500 international engineers, airport planners and architects attending an airport symposium here next year. j- The symposium, International Symposium on Airport Planning and Development, is organised by the Public (213 words)
  • Charged with cheating shops [Articles]
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    Charged with cheating shops A FILIPINO, Roberto Solon, 35, was yesterday charged with 15 courts of using another |Ma~jaVrr American Express card to cheat various shops and jewellers of $7,335 wor*h of goods. Solon was accused of committing the offences at Lucky Plaza, Plaza Singapura and Tanglln Shopping Centre between (72 words)
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  • Two held after being trailed by police [Articles]
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    Two held after being trailed by police THE drivers of two cars, believed to be pirate taxis, were arrested recently after plainckrthes officers from the Traffic Police trailed them from Changi airport The drivers allegedly picked up pajKugert, M-nt them to Wto and accepted payment before they were arrested. police (195 words)
  • Fitness test at stadium [Articles]
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    Fitness test at stadium A NATIONAL Aerobic Fitness Award (Nafa) test will be held at the National Stadium today at 4.30 p.m. Those under 21 must get written permission from their parents or guardians to take the test. Late registration will be accepted between 3 and 4 pm today (49 words)
  • YOUR WEEKEND READING
    • The Sunday Times [Articles]
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      The Sunday Times THE HIDDEN ACCOMPLICE WHAT was it in Henry Scully that made people believe in him so completely that they were willing to part with their money and even, for one, to defer his marital plans to "invest" In Scully's schemes? The SUNDAY TIMES put together a team (253 words)
    • Sunday Nation [Articles]
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      Sunday Nation GOING THATAWAY? THE school holidays are here again and even more of us will be charging across the Causeway in search of Malaysian playgrounds. With the complaints of a New Straits Times reader who was upset by our rude ways still fresh in our minds, what are Singaporean (217 words)
  • Circular blocks for other estates? [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Circular blocks for other estates? BRIDGET TAN By DESIGNS WONT BE SAME AS AMK'S THE Housing Board may introduce noorr rlrrnl»r Mocks In lew estates bat their design* will be dlflereat from ita first la Ang MoKlo. Aa HDB spokesman dlselsscid this yesterday after a balloting ceremoay for the sale (268 words)
  • $111,250 for PC injured in road crash [Articles]
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    $111,250 for PC injured in road crash A HIGH Court judge, del scribing a constable as being from "an achievement-oriented family" whose career prospects have now been dimmed because of road accident injuries, awarded him $111,250 damages and costs. The award for PC Tan Seng Gee, 23, who suffered from (229 words)
  • Youth had no pass in cargo complex [Articles]
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    Youth had no pass in cargo complex HO Boon Lye, 17, was fined $400 yesterday for being found at the Changi Airport cargo complex, a protected place, without a pass on Thursday. He and a 14-year-old boy admitted the charge. The boy's case was transferred to the Juvenile Court. The (143 words)
  • Employed visitor [Articles]
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    Employed visitor I.AKHBIR Singh, 33. was fined $600 after pleading guilty yesterday to employing an Indian national. Balrij Singh. 34. an aeronautical technician, as a security guard at Joo Koon Road from Aug 11 to 26. Balraj held a social visit paa (42 words)
  • Obscene tapes [Articles]
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    Obscene tapes GOH Hoon I.irr. 17. was fined $700 yesterday for having two obscene video tapes entitled Sensation and The Dirty Western at the ground floor of Block 226. Toa Payoh. on Aug 9. He pleaded guilty. (37 words)
  • EX-SATS WORKER GETS 4 MONTHS [Articles]
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    EX-SATS WORKER GETS 4 MONTHS A FORMER Singapore Airport Terminal Services baggage hand was jailed for four months yesterday for stealing $2,565 worth of goods from the airport in July. Among the items Akbar Maideen s o Allapichay, 18, stole was a $2,000 video* cassette recorder which he sold to (143 words)
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      The BMW range of cars begins with the standards of design and engineering that have frantically by others, while our classic, streamlined Whether you're looking for alsoocc family sublime and extends to the ridiculous. made this marque the most prized m the world of bodies have succumbed to only the (228 words)
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    A FIELD toy it tkt prrm m tfce three Khmer leaders get ready to tell thr wirM «T thrtr dwdrr Km c*«per»te jointly against the Vietnamese 1b kamparhea. (28 words)
  • US: Good for Europe votes [Articles]
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    US: Good for Europe votes JOHN EDWARDS By Our Washington Reporter WASHINGTON, Fri. Adminstration officials m Washington today welcomed the announcement by the three Kampuchean resistance leaders that they would conduct negotiations on the formation of a coalition government. A State Department official said that while the department was not (408 words)
  • ROUTINE MATTERS FOR PANEL [Articles]
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    ROUTINE MATTERS FOR PANEL TWENTY-SIX delegates from the Asean countries attended the first Asean Standing Committee meeting at the Shangri-La Hotel yesterday. Foreign Minister, S. Dhanabalan, who was the leader of the Singapore delegation and chairman of the meeting, said it was a "very routine" meeting. The other four delegations (91 words)
  • KL sees tripartite accord as a positive development [Articles]
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    KL sees tripartite accord as a positive development KUALA LUMPUR, Friday MALAYSIA welcomed the tripartite agreement signed m Singapore today by leaders of the anti-Viet-namese Kampuchean resistance groups as "a positive development" towards finding an early political solution to the conflict m the Indochinese state. A Foreign Ministry spokesman said (426 words)
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  • TV programmes must stimulate, says Chok Tong [Articles]
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    TV programmes must stimulate, says Chok Tong HEALTH and Second Minister for Defence Goh Chok Tong has called for television programmes which are balanced, entertaining, informative as well as thought-provok-Having good-quality TV fwogrammes is particulary important as reading is not part of the lifestyle of the average adult Singaporean, he (259 words)
  • Addicts in DRCs up after 4-year decline [Articles]
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    Addicts in DRCs up after 4-year decline THE average monthly admission of drug addicts to rehabilitation centres, which showed a decrease m the last four years, increased m the first six months this year, and this is a cause for alarm, said Mr Baey Lian Peck, president of the Singapore (375 words)
  • Salvage firm exec dies after fall into hatch [Articles]
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    Salvage firm exec dies after fall into hatch AN EXECUTIVE of a salvage firm. Captain Hugh Murray, 51, died after he slipped and fell seven metres down a hatch of a ship anchored off Bedok on Thursday. Police said Capt Murray, salvage manager of Selco (S) Pte Ltd, Pulau Sambulun, (253 words)
  • Registration [Articles]
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    Registration CHILDREN born m 1976 or 1977 can be registered at the Boon Lay Garden education centre for kindergarten education tomorrow from 7.30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Parents should bring along their children's birth certificates and a fee of 18. (40 words)
  • Job Week launched [Articles]
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    Job Week launched ACTING President Dr Yeoh Ghim Seng yesterday launched National Job Week for 10,000 Singapore Scouts Association scouts. At the opening ceremony, representatives from all units, supervised by eight Commissioners, gave a good shine to silverware and a thorough vacuuming to the Istar.a's carpet. The association hopes .'o (65 words)
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    MR Ramli Abdul Hadi, president of the Malay Nlture Association reading the most expensive book at the Book Fair the 476-page The Holy Quran, costing $21,751. (26 words)
  • $21,000 Quran costliest book at fair [Articles]
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    $21,000 Quran costliest book at fair THE most expensive Item on sale at the Book Fair, now on at World Trade Centre, Is a $«1,7al repUca of a hand-written Quran. The two originals a large one for Istanbul Suleymaniye Mosque, and a smaller one for the personal prayers of Sultan (309 words)
  • Sold TV set under hp [Articles]
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    Sold TV set under hp SIN Kok huat, 43. who admitted selling a $2,530 colour television set while still under hire purchase for $1,100 to a friend. was jailed for three months yesterday. The set was then the property of Chong Hup Electronics Co of Upper Pay a Lebar Road. (65 words)
  • Quality PEa must in schools: Mattar [Articles]
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    Quality PE a must in schools: Mattar PHYSICAL Education should make every child physically, mentally and emotionally fit and also develop "personal and social qualities" to help him become a useful citizen, Dr Ahmad Mattar said yesterday. The Acting Minister for Social Affairs was speaking at the opening of the (120 words)
  • DBS recital [Articles]
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    DBS recital ONE o( Singapore's leading baritone singers. Mr Tan Ngiang Kaw, will give a recital at the DBS Auditorium on Sept 24 at 8 p.m. HU recital is organised by the National Theatre Tnut. (35 words)
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  • Reliving memories down Prinsep Street [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Reliving memories down Prinsep Street GILLIAN POW CHONG By PRINSEP Street may not be on every tourist's itinerary, but for Mrs Virginia Wells, 65, it is a must every time she is m Singapore. An Australian, Mrs Wells is now on her sixth visit to Singapore, this time with her (740 words)
  • Singapore scenes [Articles]
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    Singapore scenes PAINTINGS of scenes of old and new Singapore are on display at the National Museum Art Gallery until tomorrow. The exhibition, organised by the Singapore Watercolour Society, is on between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. (37 words)
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      f#|| A grand book exhibition where over 150,000 titles by 1 ,500 publishers m more than 12 languages are featured. Special discounts and gifts will be given to visitors. TODAYS SPECIAL EVENTS 3.00pm 4.30pm Storytelling word games m English, Malay Mandarin 7.00pm 8.30pm Public Lecture by Dr Nancy Larrick Reading (59 words)
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  • The Straits Times SATURDAY,SEPTEMBER 5,1961 STEP FORWARD [Articles]
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    The Straits Times SATURDAY,SEPTEMBER 5,1961 STEP FORWARD THE first -time meeting of leaders of the three principal Kampuchean resistance factions has ended on a positive note. By coming out with a Joint statement which expresses their desire to work together towards a coalition government, they have moved a step forward (390 words)
  • THE OPEN TRACK [Articles]
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    THE OPEN TRACK THE decision of the International Amateur Athletic Federation to remove the shackles of "shamateurism" from track and field athletes is truly momentous. It reflects the pressures of the times and signals the beginning of the end of amateurism m sports, which many leading sports personalities claim has (375 words)
  • T.F. Hwang takes you down memory lane [Articles]
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    T.F. Hwang takes you down memory lane BREAKAWAY ANY breakaway from old entrenched ties, not in tandem with the mood today, merits mention. The recent ending of the 95-year-old "double jurisdiction" problem, affecting the Singapore Catholic community, is a case in point. Until it happened, Catholics here were either under (434 words)
  • Plight of the Amerasian [Articles]
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    Plight of the Amerasian GLENN GARVEN By m Bangkok THEY are the nowhere people. America's massive military involvement m Asia over the past three decades has spawned war's bitterest legacy the abandoned children. Amerasian children here and m other countries are forced to face the harsh realities of growing up (708 words)
  • Leopard unlikely to change spots [Articles]
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    Leopard unlikely to change spots WITHIN two months of the death of Ayatollah Beheshti and 73 members of the Islamic Republican Party by a bomb outrage m the party headquarters, Iran's President Mohammad Ali Rajai and Prime Minister Hojatoleslam Mohammad Javad Bahonar met the same fate m an explosion last (633 words)
  • Gold, diamonds and uranium are the crux of the matter [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Gold, diamonds and uranium are the crux of the matter JOHN DRYSDALE Ayatollah's regime. By Director, Asia Research Pte Ltd. THE Western power* have often been •low to take a hard line towards South Africa over it* apartheid policies because of the country's alleged economic importance. But how important is (1234 words)
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  • FORUM
    • Playing into the hands of crooked broking firms [Letters]
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      Playing into the hands of crooked broking firms EDMUND WEE Measures are needed to control commodities futures trading ey indKS SIOHU it$3 Ki <o<-u\l\vs (if a recently ST, July 17 armed rommoilitips Unking firm THERE have been a number of cases of operators of commodity futures trading companies absconding with (746 words)
    • Scheme that can help HDB save public funds [Letters]
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      Scheme that can help HDB save public funds IT was very heartening to note that the HDB is making efforts to reduce its building costs by providing a rough finish on the floors of all new HDB flats. I would like to suggest another area where savings can be made. (203 words)
    • Figures are so misleading [Letters]
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      Figures are so misleading IN computing per capita consumption, does the PUB consider the total population or only citizens and permanent residents, to arrive at a very inflated figure? Total population must include temporary residents, the two milliom tourists, the few hundred thousand foreign workers and the many new large (71 words)
    • Spinning disc accidents: Don't blame it on the children [Letters]
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      Spinning disc accidents: Don't blame it on the children THE self-righteous comments from Kinos Industries' general manager (ST, Sept 1) on the apparent harmlessness of the spinning discs given away with Kaka snacks are outrageous. He said: "These toys are not dangerous at all if you play with them properly..." (200 words)
    • Roads in these estates are too narrow [Letters]
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      Roads in these estates are too narrow I FIND it strange that the authorities approve the construction of bus shelters which cost quite a substantial sum and yet do not serve to protect "queuers" from the sun and rain. It is a frustrating thing to take a bus to kick (164 words)
    • Motorcycle hazard [Letters]
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      Motorcycle hazard WILL the authorities impose a speed limit along Commonwealth Drive? Motorcyclists are often heard accelerating their bikes to high speed immediately after they enter from Queensway. The sound might be music to their ears but is noise to us. It is unbearable at night and when there's a (91 words)
    • In bad taste [Letters]
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      In bad taste MY colleagues and I are offended by the recent splurge of advertisements of a certain energy drink (XL) on television. While the sight of the panting chest is not objectionable per se, it becomes suggestive when the camera focuses on its heaving and jiggling to the exclusion (87 words)
    • Replies...Replies...Replies...
      • Why we still use needles [Letters]
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        Why we still use needles I REFER to the letter "Spare kids innoculation pain" (ST, Aug 4). The instrument mentioned is a needleless Injector which uses hydraulic pressure to propel the jet of vaccine through the skin into the tissues. In the Maternal and Child Health clinics, intra IT injections (176 words)
      • Rain pipe repaired [Letters]
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        Rain pipe repaired WE would like to thank Mr Augustine Sam (ST, July 23) for bringing our attention to a leaking rain pipe at the void deck of Block 54. Bedok South. Our checks on July 23 showed that one of the bolts on the rain pipe had been removed, (128 words)
      • We need info [Letters]
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        We need info I REFER to the letter "Teachers' untrue remarks hurt my daughter" by Dr K. X Toh(ST, Aug 31). i I feel sorry for what has I happened to Dr Ton's daughMr and shall be grateful if Dr Toh could supply us with the name of school, class (70 words)
      • Within Hmits [Letters]
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        Within Hmits WITH reference to NGK's letter "Piling Pollution" (ST. Aug 8), our inspectors have carried out regular checks on the emission of smoke and the level of noise generated by the piling works. The smoke emission has been within acceptable limits; the piling work has now been completed. KN«. (56 words)
      • It's violist [Letters]
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        It's violist PLEASE refer to the report "Five .more awarded SSO Overseas Scholarships' (ST Aug 24) I wish to point out that Miss I ,\nne Bong Mci Yao is a violist and not violinist, as reported m the article TING NAH MTUBI Awl Manager, SSO (45 words)
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    • 'Show cause' directive turns heat on Majuternak [Articles + Illustrations]
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      'Show cause' directive turns heat on Majuternak MAJUTERNAK, the National Livestock Authority, will be asked to "show cause" to the Agriculture Ministry why a number of its operations should not be closed, the Malay Mail reported today. A paper on its operations has been prepared by the ministry, requiring the (422 words)
    • Suhaimi calls for dissolution of DAP [Articles]
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      Suhaimi calls for dissolution of DAP KOTA BARU, Friday MALAYSIA'S Deputy Education Minister and Umno Youth leader, Datuk Suhaimi Kamaruddin, has called for the dissolution of the Democrat Action Party "if Malaysia was to fully achieve its objective of multi-racial unity," Utusan Malaysia reported yesterday. Datuk Suhaimi stressed that so (265 words)
    • Brunei Sultan visits Sabah [Articles]
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      Brunei Sultan visits Sabah KOTA KINABALU. Fri. The Sultan of Brunei arrived today for a four-day visit to Sabah, aimed at further strengthening ties with Malaysia before its independence at the end of 1983. Brunei has recently been stepping up its efforts to befriend its neighbours, particularly Asean, official sources (52 words)
    • Two Reds killed in Thai border clash [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Two Reds killed in Thai border clash KUANTAN, Fri. Malaysian security forces killed two communist terrorists and recovered a large quantity of firearms m a clash along the ThaiMalaysian border last week, a government spokesman said today. He said the forces clashed with three members of the outlawed Malayan National (116 words)
    • Fake US degrees sold for $64 each' report [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Fake US degrees sold for $64 each' report IPOH, Fri. At least nine Malaysians and about 251 people throughout the world have fallen victims either through ignorance or by choice to an American "decree merchaat" who sells honorary doctorates and other titles at ISs3t (Ss*4.Bs) a piece. This was disclosed (165 words)
    • Execs in blue films for export racket: Paper [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Execs in blue films for export racket: Paper KUALA LUMPUR. Fri. A syndicate of business J executives is producing "Made-in-Malaysia' pornographic movies for export, it was reported today I The National Echo news- paper said young and good-looking Malaysian males and call-girls are i being paid between i US$25O and (266 words)
    • Trade mission [Articles]
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      • AP
      Trade mission KUALA LUMPUR. Fri. Trade and Industry Minister Tengku Ahmad Rithaudoen will lead a mission to Hongkong, Japan and South Korea m November to woo investors to Malaysia, a spokesman for the Malaysian Industrial Development Authority said today. AP. (40 words)
    • 'Thumbs up' for $850m tourist resort for Sabah [Articles]
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      • AFP
      'Thumbs up' for $850 m tourist resort for Sabah KOTA KINABALU, Fri. Plans are afoot to develop a mammoth international tourist resort m Sabah at an estimated cost of US$5OO million (MJBSO million). When ready, it will, be one of the largest resorts and recreation centres m the world. Bechtel (137 words)
    • $345m smelter [Articles]
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      $345 m smelter KCTA KINABALU, FYi Sabah plans to set-up a M 5345 million copper smelter capable of producing 50,000 tonnes of the metal annually, Dr K. G Sikchi, the state's director of investments, said today. Reuter. (37 words)
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    • NEWS BRIEFS
      • Amcol's loss [Articles]
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        Amcol's loss AMCOL Electrical Industries Ltd has announced that for the half year ended June 30, unaudited pretax loss has been reduced 38 per cent to $255,000. Turnover was 11 per cent higher to $2.3 million The company blamed high labour turnover and labour shortage for the continued unsatisfactory results. (77 words)
      • TDM Berhad [Articles]
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        TDM Berhad TDM BERHAD has reported that for the half year to June 30, the group recorded a reversal of fortunes with a pretax loss of MJ939.000 compared to a profit of $551,000 in the previous corresponding period. It said production of fruit bunches dropped from 49,000 to 42,000 tonnes, (69 words)
      • Dunlop results [Articles]
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        Dunlop results DUNLOP Estates Bhd has announced that for the half year ended June 30. unaudited pretax profit has been approximately halved to M$9 .9 million. Trading results have been characterised by lower sales volume, particularly in palm oil products, and by depressed commodity prices. An interim dividend of 8 (61 words)
      • Extramural studies [Articles]
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        Extramural studies THE Department of Extramural Studies, NUS, will hold an eight-lecture course on "Behavioral analysis of employees and the role of management staff" on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the evening beginning Sept 8. The course is meant for supervisory and management personnel and seeks to improve leadership skills and (54 words)
      • Supreme informs [Articles]
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        Supreme informs SUPREME Corporation Bhd has informed the KLSE that at the EGM held on Aug 28, shareholders approved the acquisitions of P. M. Holdings Sdn Bhd. Sumber Realty Sdn Bhd and four parcels of land in Penang, Wilayah Persekutuan and Johore. (42 words)
      • UAC Berhad [Articles]
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        UAC Berhad UAC BERHAD has informed the KLSE that directors expect to maintain the 1960 81 profitability in the 1961/82 financial year. (22 words)
      • Haw Par sale [Articles]
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        Haw Par sale HAW PAR Brothers International has written to the SES to say that the sale of a piece of property in Hongkong at Lockharl Road, which was announced on Sept 4, has been completed. The balance of the proceeds, amounting to HK$92 million, has been utilised to reduce (52 words)
    • International
      • British economy [Articles]
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        • AFP
        British economy LONDON, Fri. Britain is "through the worst" of the recession. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher said today on arrival at Renfrew in Scotland where she was greeted by a few thrown eggs as she visited a factory. She declared: "I would not say the recession is over ...I think (80 words)
      • US dollar [Articles]
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        US dollar NEW YORK. Fri. For the first time since 1973 the US, helped by a healthy dollar and the Reagan administration's free market approach, has not intervened on the foreign exchange market over a three-month period, the New York Federal Reserve bank said. During the six months from February (80 words)
      • Hongkong buy [Articles]
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        Hongkong buy DENVER Colorado, Fri. Solaron Corp of Denver announced it has contracted for the sale of 2.26 million shares of common stock for US$1.15 million ($2 4 million) to Hongkong businessman Kevin S. Hsu, head of Kevin Holding Ltd. The company produces a so-called "integral storage collector", a new (66 words)
    • KL ministerial team to promote investments [Articles]
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      • AFP
      KL ministerial team to promote investments KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. Malaysian Trade and Industry Minister Tengku Ahmad Rithauddeen will lead a 30-member high-powered mission to Hongkong, Japan and South Korea m November to attract foreign investment It will be his first mission abroad since he took over the portfolio from Prime (409 words)
    • SES gets tough over return of shares [Articles]
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      SES gets tough over return of shares LEE YEW MENG BROKING FIRMS' HELP SOUGHT By THE Stock Exchange of Singapore (SES) will take action against listed companies which unduly delay the return of shares sent to them for registration. The SES has requested stock-broking firms to furnish the SES with (544 words)
    • 'Set up Asean-Japan economic body' [Articles]
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      'Set up Asean-Japan economic body' CHAN ol CHEE By ASEAN and Japan should set up a highpowered bilateral economic commission to reduce trade barriers against Asean exports to Japan, says Professor Lim Chong-Yah. The head of the National University of Singa- ore's Economics and tatistics Department said this commission would (394 words)
    • Sugar quotas [Articles]
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      Sugar quotas LONDON, Frt. One million tons may be slashed from world sugar exporters' annual quotas next week in an effort to arrest the sharp drop in market prices, it wajs revealed here today. The International Sugar Organisation (ISO) may call a special meeting of its executive committee in London (68 words)
    • Japan grows by 1.2 pc for second quarter [Articles]
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      Japan grows by 1.2 pc for second quarter TOKYO, Fri. Japan today announced that its economy, backed by strong exports, expanded by 1.2 per cent m real terms m the April to June quarter, putting it on target for about five per cent growth m the current financial year. The (506 words)
    • Malayan Credit's profits 400 pc higher [Articles]
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      Malayan Credit's profits 400 pc higher MALAYAN Credit has turned in a 400 per cent increase in group pretax profits for the financial year ended March 31, 1981 compared to I960. The figure, before extraordinary items, amounts to $4.5 million against $900,000 for the preceding year. After taxation and extraordinary (249 words)
  • MARKET HIGHLIGHTS
    • Shares close sharply higher [Articles]
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      Shares close sharply higher SINUAPOKK: Share prices cloned sharpK higher on short-covering and having support In active trading and the Straits Times Industrials Index rose 22.13 polnte to K2.78. Sentiment was partly Inflamed by yesterday's stock exchange announcement that member firms most clear outstanding contracts and execute all transactions on (426 words)
    • CHIF PRICE CHANGES
      • Rises [Articles]
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        Rises M II Spore Land iri Properties E Sugar. f> M C 1 Leonf Credit Paramount .inting. H Flour vn Keiim )UE J C B C S Raya Magnum Corpn itrail* Trading land A Pen 1080 1110 815 1010 1080 970 422 600 620 290 370 795 MS 61^ 460 (69 words)
      • Falls [Articles]
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        Falls G Oramics lid Plantation* 450 490 -30 -10 (9 words)
      • VOLUME LEADERS [Articles]
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        VOLUME LEADERS !entings lagnum •romet ILInd 'otal turnover: 14. 68m 'otal value: $87 >5m 1.165.QO0 1.057,000 892.000 747.000 (18 words)
      • Indices [Articles]
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        Indices BT Indicator: Industrials: Finance: Hotels: Properties: Minings: Plantations: OCBC: SESInd: 1049.63 640.65 1533.71 1016.77 699. 50 372.38 903.30 648.92 600 29 aep 4 XXXXX1 662.7* 1576 08 1046.55 758.06 372.38 903.78 674.22 633 44 (35 words)
    • ST INDUSTRIALS INDEX COMPONENTS [Articles]
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      ST INDUSTRIALS INDEX COMPONENTS Sawtead Bbd i. l CCM old SWraxr 6 *-12 (.uinnrvs UnUirle Bbd Haw Par *2 -6 NBT Nat Iran PMC •20 •2 -145 SembSMp Shell Sim* Darby Kt Steamship 16 28 hial.p lad So* s 15 -t70 Haine FE Inrhrapr Bad MTC Metal Bex *15 4 (65 words)
    • Singapore closing prices [Articles]
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      Singapore closing prices IMM miAl > <>MMf K< I \l IWtl I*. I I>.> > oapti> Hi \ol iMJ rnOOiHich Law «M Mi Atom 2« '4 5 HM 144 48 JSC lit Allied Choc 152 40N 311 IM B A T 1» M? fii OD 130 Bata 392 22 0 (2254 words)
    • Strong upturn by shares [Articles]
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      Strong upturn by shares THE DECISION by the I Stork Ezehaage of SlagapMT to Impose Immediate ■cttlemeat aa all eaaaten, effective vmtenU), did Ml seen to have United activity to. tfce market. Tradtag elerka were m buy ae ever aid share price movenieats were eqoalJy active. Mii) routcm opeaed at (580 words)
    • Similar close in KL [Articles]
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      Similar close in KL BUYERS again held the I upper hand for the third day this week, taking prices to a steady close at the Kuala Lumpur stock market yesterday. Reflecting the improved conditions, the pace of trading picked up. The continued improvement m sentiment comes after a spate of (429 words)
    • KL SCOREBOARD [Articles]
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      KL SCOREBOARD Industrials Up 77 Down 4 I nrh 5 Finance HoW-K 8 1 Properties <MI Palms Tins rubber* rubbers Deb Leans 7 4 4 9 1 1 (28 words)
    • UNIT TRUSTS [Articles]
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      UNIT TRUSTS SBMOAPOSUS UNIT TBl<BT (Maaatwi' artm tor He, 7) Th« Commerce 2 96 1.11 The Savings Fund 1 72 1.81 S pore Prog Fund 1 36 1.42 Spore Sec Fund 1.93 2 03xd Spore Invest Fund 1.02 1 07 Spore Equity Fund IX 1.32 ABU INITTBIBT (Maaaccn' artea* far (203 words)
    • BUSINESS DONE Singapore [Articles]
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      BUSINESS DONE Singapore BID and offer prices officially listed and business m an reported to the Stock Exchange of Singapore yesterday with the number of shares traded shown m brackets m lots of 1.000 units unless otherwise specined All Times Settlement Contracts are quoted after the word "sett". Big Board (1600 words)
    • OVERSEAS MARKETS
      • Hongkong [Articles]
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        Hongkong HONGKONG: Stocks closed I mixed with blue chips coming under alternate selling pressure yesterday, mainly from overseas, followed by technical upward moves m fairly active trading, dealers said. The Hang Seng index closed 9.91 points up at 1597 54. with a combined turnover of $627.91 million. Interim results from (281 words)
      • Sydney [Articles]
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        Sydney SYDNEY: Oil shares fell I sharply as the All-Ordinaries index slipped 4.7 points to a 14month low of 610.8, dealers said. The oil index slid 26.1 points to 67*7.9, a loss of 61.2 points on the week. AOD proved one of the few oils to hold its ground, closing (278 words)
      • Tokyo [Articles]
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        Tokyo TOKYO: Share prices closed generally easier yesterday, after fluctuating widely through the day. dealers said. The Dow Jones average was down 15 87 to close at 7662 59 points, with a volume totalling 320 million shares. Y«n Amhl Cnaa VI Aathi OtHi m Bank x% at +1 *x' lT (317 words)
      • New York [Articles]
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        New York NEW YORK. Thurs. Concerns about the size of the Budget deficit sent the market spiralling down to its lowest level since June 1980, with losses recorded m almost every sector. The Dow Jones industrial average drifted m a narrow range all morning but lost ground quickly m the (362 words)
      • London [Articles]
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        London LONDON, Fri Share prices closed lower m moderate turnover today with most of the falls occuring m early trading, as the market reacted to sharp falls on Wall Street and a L 24 million rights issue from John Brown, dealers said. At 3pm, the Financial Times index was down (657 words)
      • Selected indices [Articles]
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        Selected indices FINANCIAL TIMES INDUSTRIALS Thursday 568.0 Wednesday 568.3 Week Ago 582.3 DOW JONES AVERAGE INDUSTRIALS Thursday 867.01 Wednesday 884.23 Week Ago 899.08 H.K.HANG SENG i Friday 1597.54 Thursday 1587.63 Week Ago XXXXX4 AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIALS Friday 688.1 Thursday unav Week Ago 701.5 ALL ORDINARIES Friday 610.8 Thursday unav Week Ago (51 words)
      • Amsterdam [Articles]
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        Amsterdam AMSTERDAM, Thurs. Share prices were mixed, with lißllever up 0.80 guilders and KLM up 1.70 m Dutch internationals, dealers said. NetUlayd gained six and Heiackeß lost 1.30 ex its 1.50 dividend. RsHaes was down one In lower investment funds. Kaala gained 0.50 on higher profits and Naik*u put on (271 words)
      • Zurich [Articles]
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        Zurich ZURICH, Thurs. Domestic share prices continued irregular on inflation and interest rate worries, dealers said. Stocks opened slightly higher m response to a weaker US j dollar but lost most of their gains towards the close, they added. Leading industrials which closed generally easier included BBC. Ciba-Geigy bearer and (230 words)
      • Manila [Articles]
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        Manila MANILA: The stock market closed lower yesterday, and i turnover declined to 918,000 pesos from Thursdays 921.000, B and Ut Phil HMga were among losers. Heof Mlninc «M AUu COO A AUu Con. B B>|Ulo Ooid 0W6 B»nru-t Con B 6i BF Ooodrlch II -Qooa 1 unch J LandoU (105 words)
      • Bangkok [Articles]
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        Bangkok BANGKOK: Share prices closed mixed but with losers outnumbering r »ins yesterday, dealers said. BdiU AH* Plbrc Aruuiajr* lnv And TruM Banitok Bank 2M unch Bull Of Ajrudhajn ud B*rll Juckcr Charoonf Thai Wire II Cru TTurt l» C> Corp InlernaUorul International TniSt And ru MX -ia Kama Tower (76 words)
    • Kuala Lumpur [Articles]
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      Kuala Lumpur BID and offer prices officially listed and business In and reported to the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange ye»terday, with the number <A share* traded ihown In brackets In lots o( 1 000 units unless otherwise specified INDISTR1ALK AJeMI (1 MB l.MS) (4) 1.52 (1) 1.60 ACkM(l.tOB2 006) AMD (1931 words)
    • COMMODITIES
      • RUBBER [Articles]
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        RUBBER PRICES m the Singapore rubber market closed slightly caster yesterday. with September RSS One buyers quoted at XXXXX cents per kilo, down two cents on TlaWßdays close, dealers said Morning prices were marked down slightly despite some covering interest, they said Afternoon prices lost some ground on some offerings (696 words)
      • SSR and SMR [Articles]
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        SSR and SMR V IS SSK wd ■A* ss MULB 8MCV ICvml MU) B.y.r. 8.11. r. l U| aiWi 1M.0O 1W00N uupdMI 1(1.00 IM00N llxapJht) M7.00 Mt.OON (I'M prfM) M4 00 24«00S (IMpdKl XXXXX J17 DON llu pJMl J»0O JOT 00N I>U>|«IMI J0100 204 00N Oelotor {Forward Mlkl Bu,.r. g*ll*r> (71 words)
      • CLOSING PRICES [Articles]
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        CLOSING PRICES Rubber: Sept 4 Singapore: Sept: 223.00 cents (down 2.00 cents) Malaysia: Sept: 254.00 cents (down 2.50 cents) Tin: M $35.30 per kilo (unchanged) Official offering: 166 tonnes (down 7 tonnes) (32 words)
      • PRODUCE PRICES [Articles]
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        PRODUCE PRICES CHINESE Pndww Exetaage, nmutfirr, mm etataf prim per 1« M ywtarfey •rMiit all: Bulk fob $122 50 sellers, old drum (m second hand drum) fob $136.50 sellers, new drum fob $141 50 sellers ('•■rm: Mixed (loose) $72.75 buyers. IVpper: Muntok white pepper fob Asta NLW $372 50 sellers. (141 words)
      • GOLD [Articles]
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        GOLD THE KILOBAR market for gold deliverable In Singapore opened at 131.070 and closed at $30,840 yesterday. In the Far East, gold opened at USM44OO XXXXX and was traded lower to $XXXXX 442.00 by lunch time. It re-opened at $440 50 441 50 and moved further down to $XXXXX 440 (184 words)
      • TIN [Articles]
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        TIN THE STRAITS tin price was unchanged at M 35 30 per kilo m Penang yesterday, on an official ottering down seven tonnes to 166 tonnes. The overnight London market was firmer with forward buyers gaining £60 to £8,315 per tonne. LONDON: The afternoon market eased under scattered liquidation to (127 words)
      • PALM OIL [Articles]
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        PALM OIL KUALA LUMPUR: THE Malaysian palm oil market ruled slightly higher on light buying support m quiet trading yesterday, dealers said. In September, central rose $2.50 to M 5877.50 per tonne and south S2 to $880 The refined market turned featureless on reports that Pakistan and India rejected offers. (186 words)
      • COPPER [Articles]
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        COPPER LONDON: Copper prices on Thursday (previous m brackets). Wirebar Spot E934.00 (£925.00); sellers £935.00 (£925.50); Three Month buyers £962.50 £954.50); sellers £963.00 (£955.00). Market taae: Firmer. Sales: 28.150. (29 words)
      • Silver quotes [Articles]
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        Silver quotes 1tan W«* New York 9 30B 306 9 MS 950S Zurich 9.27B 9.27B 9.47S 9.47S rri nan Singapore 9.S5B 9SB 975S 9.75S Clodng prioM in US dollars a troy ounce Smtcc: CnriU Srtae, S'rmt. (36 words)
    • Money and exchanges [Articles]
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      Money and exchanges THE US Sing dollar opened at the days low of $2 1630 fn the Singapore forex market yester day. It rose to $2 1695 on heavy commercial buying before closing lower at $2.1645 55 US dollar deutsrhemark opened at 2.4255 75, slipped to 2 4130 40 before (244 words)
    • NOMINAL RATES [Articles]
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      NOMINAL RATES INTERBANK rates at 3.00 pm Currancwa NomMol rataa Smithsonian Parcantaga l*o»l dollar* U onr nnlt of foreign earUS dollar 2.1645 2.1655 2.8196 -23.23 Sterling pound 3.9925 3 9965 7.3469 -45.66 Australian dollar 2 4880 2 4910 3.4286 -27.43 NZ dollar XXXXX 1.8006 3.4286 -47.47 Canadian dollar XXXXX 1.8090 (352 words)
    • Discount [Articles]
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      Discount RANGE of price* offered by discount houses on Sep 4: Overnight: n Call deposits: 6.; to Vi Gmmbj Botidj Sailiaf 3-month Treasury bills 6'« 8 3-month Bank bills 14'» 14 3 months CD 131/16 12 15/16 6 months CD 13 Wt Saanc: Mktliaal Macaaat (45 words)
    • Money market [Articles]
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      Money market ngaporr dollars on Sep 4: Offer Bid venuRht 30 19 1 month 13 13 2 month* 13' 13'. 3 months 13 13. Overnight mode 13 (27 words)
    • Prime lending rates [Articles]
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      Prime lending rates THE avenge rate »t which major Singapore banks are currently prepared to lend to their beat easterners Is 14.125 per rent. (24 words)
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      CROSS lj m/Bf ROAD TUNNEL II SYDNEY AUSTRALIA AIR SPACE r DEVELOPMENT l| The Commissioner for Main Roads invites interested parties to submit proposals for the development of the air space above Kings Cross Road Tunnel. Situated about 1 .5 km east of the Sydney Central Business District, Kings Cross (640 words)
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  • TIMES BUSINESS
    • Genting expects profits of M$ 104 million [Articles]
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      Genting expects profits of M$ 104 million GENTING Berhad expects to earn group pretax profit!, of MSIIW million m the current v*«r after ite proposed acquisition of Ko Rub- PtMfMfcßi This compares writ* protected KrouPP** I**1 profits of only Ms* mil lion without the acquisition These figures given by Genting (319 words)
    • Banks going public [Articles]
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      Banks going public JAKARTA, Fri. More private banks m Indonesia are going public because of their growing profits and the sound investment climate here, chairman of the state investment trust company, P. T. Danareksa, said here last night. A number of these banks had gained turnovers of more than 100,000 (108 words)
    • BIG THREE' REPORT JUMP IN CAR SALES [Articles]
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      BIG THREE' REPORT JUMP IN CAR SALES DETROIT, Fri. The "Big Three" carmakers today reported steep rises m car sales for last month compared to the depressed levels of August last year, but American Motors Corporation (AMC) reported a 13 per cent decline General Motors Corpora- tion said its new-car (119 words)
    • Seminar to help the retail industry upgrade [Articles]
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      Seminar to help the retail industry upgrade CHAN ol CHEE By THE expansion of the retail industry m Singapore m the past decade, its increasing complexity and rapid environmental changes, has given rise to an awareness for upgrading management skills and improving productivity. For this reason, the Na- tional Productivity (547 words)
    • National trading body to promote M'sian exports [Articles]
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      National trading body to promote M'sian exports A MALAYSIAN trading corporation to promote the country's trading operations worldwide is expected to be incorporated by the end of the year. Styled after the Japanese sogososhas, the Malaysian International Trading Company would have government agencies and private sector companies as members and (486 words)
    • Dr M: Improve infrastructure [Articles]
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      Dr M: Improve infrastructure j DATUK Sen Dr Mahathir Mohamad yesterday i stressed the country needs to upgrade its technij cal infrastructure m order to accelerate its indus- trialisation programmes. The Prime Minister i added that an improved technical infrastructure would be of benefit to all sectors of industry, and (338 words)
    • Oil giants blame US dollar for losses [Articles]
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      Oil giants blame US dollar for losses LONDON, Fri. Two of Europe's leading oil companies reported a sharp deterioration m earnings today and both said the strength of the US dollar was partly to blame. British Petroleum (BP), the world's fifth largest oil company, said its profits m the first (413 words)
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      tones Saturday car mart TOYOTA CARINA <ww«a»-c«»» thr road at $33 752 ARf $24,802 PARF Registration and 6 months road lax included Insuranre excluded BORNEO MOTORS el Aljunled Road XXXXX32 Hunt Timah SJRBJ| East Coaat Road XXXXX 16. XXXXX08 Leng Kee Road XXXXX71 Orchard Road XXXXX33 Toa Payoh XXXXX88 Commercial (1896 words)
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      I OCC 1999 TOYOTA Hiarr Kngmr I food condition Nrw tyr»v batI l»ry .insuranrr road lax 13.000 mart 34KTM lICELLEMT CONDITION HEGIS TtWO 1V73 lltuun pick-up 1300 T«x insuranrr Vlrw 36. Hoot K'am Road XXXXX99 TWO MONTHS OLD IMI .Suiukl Panel Van 900 c r Tip top condition, nrw Ux (918 words)
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      THE MOHEST ATTRACTIVE price 71 Scrap VaMCSM '"r, 1 v. 4000 c c scrap car. Call XXXXX. Ricky Tay (FOR SALE) ABOVE UOOrc 998 C C ron PARF only Im cc both including ROY transfer SUl'IJ 1 lr n *'«<» Tel National paper 2&3lSB7 Collin «XXXXX. Yeo ..^■V aaai a\ (604 words)
    • Page 25 Advertisements Column 4 [Advertisements]
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      HI It Properties J IMPORTANT^ AUCTION 509 511 ST. KILDA ROAD MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA 6,071.2 SQ.M. APPROX (1.5 ACRES approx.) UNIQUE DEVELOPMENT SITE Overlooking Albert Park Lake and backing onto Fawkner Park Suit major high rise office and/or residential development Two titles To be offered separately with the purchaser of Lot (1083 words)
    • Page 25 Advertisements Column 5 [Advertisements]
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      DMT. 11. BUKIT TIMAH 2 1 2 storey semi drlarhed 6 brdrooros furnish.rd. alrron trlr phone, ierr.i//o parquet floor DIST 2999. SEtETAR HILLS 4 Bed roomed Bungalow 3 Bathrooms Spacious Kitchen living Din irse Gardrn Principals ■MM DIST 1887 DOUBLE-STOREY CORNER terrace 4 hrdrooms. large kitchen patio tv rea Furnish (407 words)
  • Page 26 Advertisements
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      1 A*Bk AcCOfYMWOOSItOfi 4b M Accommodation Vacant i*> ■•■•Ma biirauti irnished Rental S3S9O Meng H.-uvng FIStS CNANGI HEIGHTS FURNTSHCD K|>nrtment Available immedlalel\ 1..r king al Mill CniiKimaa. < r 1 oyanf Indus Owi t trial MM Rent (1500 pm Tel MaMonetle lull> furnish- '< MOTH ed SMS9 inrludinc mainte MST (1489 words)
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      jl%\\ C Acconunodation ft Wm\\ C Properties WANTED G»l m DIST 1* BCAUTIFULLV RENOVAT922 Tel XXXXX25 3108 EO I x.uhleMorey ri.rner terrace renue 1 rir shopping ROOMS AT I'pper t avt ..ast CVnUM inemm reslauranu. Road tor rental Couple aorking »upe>nnarkei« srhools. bus41 1<>,; i Vi. tor i "old Approx (1526 words)
    • Page 26 Advertisements Column 3 [Advertisements]
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      jj± C Accommodation A M|| C Properties 3 ROOK HOB FI»T 1,.r s.il.- K'Hkl cm»tswo«tm coimt cmst io tUoti and nmovmlad phrrxon SHling S4H I hroker> Tel 74rjl263aru-r 3pm Ul^r' 00 11 h gh »^KK»*«O HO. ,LAT Mar,,,, CMeMSM Hlh fliK.r. lacing x>-.i I'aiior.iniii view Selling abovp 575.000 ConUrt Kizah (1584 words)
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      jg± C Accommodation A ■Mil LC Proparttet b) Rental people s park complex Jn.l !l.x>r i.irner sq it SI.SS9 p. I. entrance •■i^ nevl to overhead brirtue C3SJB--' CITIPORT CENTRE SUPREME HOUSE w rld Tralr I entre Isl floor 9HO sq ft Selling I Spice tot tne is Medical Ural (938 words)
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      iJklj p Travel Guide jwthou Uolida^s BDAYS XXXXX2 HS22 BANGKOK (Floating market, Wat Arun Pagoda PATTAYA (Coral Island) HONG KONG (Space Museum, Ocean Park, Sung Dynasty Villagei MACAU (optional 15DAYS XXXXX9 CHS24 BANGKOK (Floatingmarket.Templeot the Pawn PATTAYA tßeach Resort, trip to Koh Lam Island; HONG KONG (Ocean Park, Victoria Peak, (543 words)
  • Page 27 Advertisements
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      afaffaa a B a a a aa a B a a a a a a a a a a a B a B a <jaaaß> I CETA BIGGER HELPING OFAM|ERKA. aSß^eT 1^ JtF" ja3*' ll f Check our options: 14 Days /fibr 1 Wesl Coast vs 553.399; ■LV w^k W (1441 words)
    • Page 27 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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      |H Q Education A Instruction to YAMAHA MUSIC SCHOOL New Classes commencing m October 1981 PLAZA SINGAPURA SCHOOL Electone Course Mon 3pm 4pm (Teenagerjl TueiSbm Wed 16 30am (Teenagers) Wed 6pm 7pm Bpm Trtur»6om Fri 6pm. 7pm Bpm Pre-lunior Electone Course Wed Bpm Sun 2pm. 3pm 4pm Classical Guitar Course (1170 words)
    • Page 27 Advertisements Column 3 [Advertisements]
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      Mi Q Education A Instruction ATT SECRETfUUUS SCHOOL OF SECRETARIAL SKILLS Prepores students ror the London Chamber of Commerce Industry ond Pitmons Institute Examination SPECIAL INTENSIVE PART-TIME PRIVATE SERCRETARY'S COURSE commences on 12th October 1981 and ends June 1982 (m time for 1982 LCCI PSC examination). For this course only (1300 words)
  • Page 28 Advertisements
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      j$ H rji i mi bXJbI l* B^s^^^^'i^^^^^Bß MARKETING ryrpi ITI\/P *^B^JL+*mX**»HiAa^*iama^ t AC w w I If t l >r *4C* l V^iHP^^^| Wm—* i UWVCMI VbMbM^ TV tCKMCf OUAOUATI with ae««1 wmblwimc f*>•wMs toy ••JbsMßaWy ol leading niHllinalloitel o*M*«*sw>f co»anwg pnanbAaian and •ooMc »l|l» to eiolelt the ausman (921 words)
    • Page 28 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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      li 4 Emptoyment cfricMi I BTj"|i'>.rrW fSSBBB\ Accounts Clerks GCE O level IBtTTHi lee ■■■■■M Intermediate tt&i^ll|U!|jflfl Book-keeping ■PpHBBIB At least 1-2 years pM44MMMawP working UmmUß experience. General Clerk (Male) GCE O' level/ HjptBi}MoPH Vocational II Pleasant personality and able to communicate well, i Some clerical experience m an engineering (532 words)
    • Page 28 Advertisements Column 3 [Advertisements]
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      9&\\ H Employment Our rapidly expanding com pa *^8 ny fequkee candidataa for tho following poertion: RITE FEMALE 111 E MERCHANDISE PACKinC CLEBK Yourrob COfIIPHnV To assist the Merchandisers In purchasing, sales calculations requires »»»0 preparation of sales reporU. 1. ASSISTANT Minimum OCE -O' level SECDfTARY Proficiency In simple calcu*v«mm (915 words)
    • Page 28 Advertisements Column 4 [Advertisements]
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      lji|| Emptoyment SECRETARY ■■B^'***~"^^B^ Ouatrhcarmna/Eipananoa at least 3to 5 years experience m similar capacity MANPOWER good commence of written munrwnsn and spoken English able to nrtaf IMA crtD tcud ipeak Mandarin and Hokki- IUURIWU rUH I CMP en will be an advantage WORK? a ability to work and correspond independenUy (986 words)
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      ijjl^ Employment A FOREIGN BANK msN&SzM^'^^ la offering employment oppor- M \j* A *I# ACCOUNTS CLERK w. mvita appneationo for the poetot Qiiaajflr aliona i OCI oor a knel rabjeeu ACCOUNTS CLERK Must include Fngll&h It M Holders of OCI CerUficate. o Oood typing ability minimum 3 O levels, prefe (960 words)
  • Page 29 Advertisements
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      ■A H EMpioyintiit —^^j. W BBBfsaaaWi^ I •^^•^■^■s^MB^BJ*" TaVSISM VVCH^sW*/ MB M WM l I*^1 1 CORRESPONDENCE CLERKS SSi^ Oood command of English C3SWWBW and able to type Able lo rommence work Immediately -j^^^^ Baaadßa T^^ v m^ mt Oood working hours l i«3OamU)spmi 41 af^**f Baaßßam aft af*l BbHbbbbV (1101 words)
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      tf 11 H t** o STENOBRAPIBW OENERAL CLERKS Minimum v I V O Level L iMi.n. P l Knowledge of typing CJeneral Commercial CorreI A^^nT.""'^^ required Oi>od OCE O level with training will be provided credit In English Please apply m own handwriting Typewriting and shorthand with recent non-returnable speeds (1096 words)
    • Page 29 Advertisements Column 3 [Advertisements]
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      ■4 Emptoyment EXPERIENCED RECEPTIONWT/ FEMALE OENERAL CLERK PtSPtNSSR Wanted by rllmr i. aim. a Apply with telephone number to 21. Bencoolen Street, Singapore Experience nol necessary 0718 Pto*** contoci FEMALE CLERK REOUREO Typ t i ii*ii*a Ing essential Please call person wgH ally at 214, 2nd floor. Plasa ar ajittoto (1570 words)
    • Page 29 Advertisements Column 4 [Advertisements]
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      tjnptoyment \iljj ROBINSONS trquire TfMPORARV/ HITACHI CHEMICAL (S) PERMANENT PTC LTD SALES ASSISTANTS (Prtntod CtrcuH ■oard Matr«i>maie> _liamil*)etur*i m, ,r,, ionrn«n i»«« »»n 20 BoOOk South Road, (MMS) Ctittofdtenife»Mn,h Speculntt C entre raOMlm /urongSup*S*v» Hypermarket Hit* SmgApuu SALES CO- ORDINATORB PV**e *)ppty penon*)lry Minimum OCE A' or 4 OCE T™"'' (976 words)
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      IIA Employment |(YDRIL required to work 6 pm to pm aaiassajai Per day \y M I 1 1 I tTn>/ Salary and wcantlva. \\pr>*j II TTTf/ tntaraatod c*M p*raonaHy at jj |L— 28. OXFORD ROAD. VwV W* ar* laro* w*H —lablianad Awncan company inalgld Mm* Manutodurliif Firm requires manutoctur* o> (1266 words)
  • Page 30 Advertisements
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      ii H[i fiii t 12S SMuatiem Vacant IM MOTOR SALES a SERVICES (PTE) LTD The Compaj y which Is the .naln rot txaxtor tor -B^I«-LLi--iJieja1 the -epalr of CSS buses beluicins to Singapore WBWB»B»BiB^BlaTaT«»| Shu'tle Bus (Pte) Ltd Ammbj ■T^B has vacancies for the j Hkya-VJ following potts which 1 (859 words)
    • Page 30 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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      ♦tllH f iiii I P3583 philips Mad Cimaainri'sOKHHK lor a MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN BbMB^S QuoUWcatiana/E ipononca ft^sWU^Mwl ITC or NTt 2ln M(cllu>lnl1 stream P>ff*JgHßßßaTt*wPaM I c Preference will be given to ■UlSsMaUßai&La BBH those with 2to 3 years' related experience with a working knowledge of electrical. ■WW^vVaaMtll pneumatic and hydraulic equipment (949 words)
    • Page 30 Advertisements Column 3 [Advertisements]
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      |bJl^|| H t*y»oym«it Wanted B fIBVHBBIBBVMBBVBB^^ MALE/ Ft MALI ELECTMCAU aJECHAmc At T"a^ A DRAUGHTSMAN IJM •or a teaawtf cenanWlnf Nrm. Pleasant working conditions DAVHU and good salary Apply w*th cafapavta detetle and st ao» laaaii flmflW^Mm\ isn V^T lr\) WILOtNS "vs3^^ Uraontty raanirad by loadWa »*na p hl T*^ (1018 words)
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      AA Employment EXPEMENCEO SaSDXG OPUS To operate sewing machines. I W^^^ sulby machine and do general handwork Starting pay S2SO. on NATIONAL conrirmsUonlßK F SEMICONDUCTOR^ I Apply m peraen a* UU Immadlatß atcMAi»ocLAV(SE asia) vacancies for WJW LTD. 7^ M ap^e^ 1. MECHANICAL "^FJSEST TECHNICIANS •us 190 from junomo Responsible (1006 words)
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      OTA H Employment M M A wen eetaaeahee' company MvNea applicants far tha 'following /xy*-^ljy\ |•> ITE sukiivisoms f^f i Y^X Pra-naMliWn a Singapore cltisens who have I V *l\ I completed national service \JJ9y J c Relevant working experlV 1 ence of minimum 2 years m V^CArQ^,^ either a (907 words)
  • Page 31 Advertisements
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      i£ H cinfiii i i«*niin> Mar^pnTjafl ApptK-stions are inviied HajaaastaekßaiH from suitably qualified I Ttl I fafe rf I randldam who ar* above IS ■■■P^SpV4 H *»4>*i<a^^| years ot a«e to fill the fol- i ■•VflT |TT*H WELOCNaWAMEL Hv*t*jMsM|s| BE A I ERS ft-«w«ej^'e«*"*4%oaVMejJL^tteiv NTC 23 m Welding, or more (704 words)
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      fill H frnptoywnt A Well Established V \ll# SB 11l II n «g^ I Jl H^L_ ArTwrvCafn rvtmrww enpr 1 •ff aa B a B a B a B a B a B a B a ß n*f^rioo Ana Construction Company ha. vmnciss v■© L Oroup of for th. position (924 words)
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      eetebHeHed Cempeny m Jwona mviiet eapHeetwm lor the follow M a k n>s poemene:I «#BTji**>l 1 FEMALE JUNIOR CLERKS IVtaffi > MALE OCNERAL CLERKS V BtBBBI 3 FEMALE TELEPHONE OPERATOR 4. GENERAL WORKERS/ 1/A1 WELDERS OKOH Lirr DRIVER re^uwe* Interested epoNcenU, pleeae call 1) RESTAURANT HOSTESS MOM TEO. TEL: SSIItSS (1010 words)
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      I r^ 1| 111 l H Enytoywiaiit JRCOUmCS FUIL-TMK FEMALE pi 171 ortUWI Photostat Operators with *ith M °vWI out experience Preferably for thme staying around Clemenli '••"•res land West Coast XXXXX48 after RECEPTIONISTS ZZv reouwko class 3 INSTRUCTORS l»"« Interested please call at DISPPMSFRS 'I'nit 04-04. 4th floor. Ruby (1700 words)
    • Page 31 Advertisements Column 5 [Advertisements]
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      Two voconcies hoy« recently onsen m the Marketing Division of a fast expanding multi-national food and beverage organisation, with a local turnover m excess of $50 million per annum, and these are 1 REGIONAL SALES MANAGER This is a senior appointment, reporting directly to the Marketing Manager. The Regional Soles (483 words)
    • Page 31 Advertisements Column 6 [Advertisements]
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      THE THOfICAL VBtfSR COMPANY KRH AD (Incorporated m Malaysia) Share certificate No IT 07*66 for 1.000 ordinary shares m tha name of Lembaga Urusan dan Tabong Haji has baan raportad lost, destroyed or mislaid. Notice is hereby given hat if within 14 rlavs from the date of publication, no clrnm (148 words)
  • J Obituaries
    • IN MEMORIAM [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      IN MEMORIAM If IN CHERISHED MEMORY OF OUR LOVING AND DEAREST FATHER STEPHEN YEO SWEE KIAT DEPARTED ON STH SEPTEMBER 1980 PA. IHrY WHO IHINK THAT YOU ARr COM Br \l SI NO MORE YOUR FACE THEY SEE WRONG ARE THEYK)R IN OUR HEARTS YOU LIVE AND ALWAYS WILL IN (178 words)
    • 141 Deaths [Obituaries]
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      141 Deaths MUMMY. A.H.O HUGH' OftVE FOMMEH LIEUT COMMANOCM WOT »l MAW. 1*44 n SALVAQC MASTER WITH tCLCO tAIVAOC LMrTED. tart 11 OtED AT HIS NAPMCtT QNf ATLV WtKD SV FAMM.V AMD FMENOS ALL OVER THE WOMLO. T KAMAOANAVAKAM Nrphrw of l>r L Mrs S Kanapathippillai of Ipoh. brother of (98 words)
    • IN LOVING MEMORY OF [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      IN LOVING MEMORY OF MR. THOMAS CHAN MUI KIA Departed 5 9 197S Its 3 years today stnee you've gone away But sweet cherished memories of you m our hearts will forever stay Lewnely rimamaaiad by artfe. dH»dran, iHm. aremdcNMren and lovadanaa. JOHN MANY VICTORIA deserted S4-71 Thou art gone (80 words)
    • 143 AcKnowledgements [Articles + Illustrations]
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      143 AcKnowledgements Tha temay et ma Ma MR. LIM SONG HENG (SUNNY) than* ail ralaWvaa and hianda tor thaw condotancaa and donations \i mada during thaw racant a«r««»s moot Tha tawnUWa of managamant ol irw Singapore Smttala Buddhist Aa■ociation thankt all Ihoaa who at- tended tha last ntea caramony ol (86 words)
    • 144 In Memoriam [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      144 In Memoriam V KAUMUTHU Oapanad 5 1 1 MO A year had passed but memories stay fresh and never forgotten Always remembered by wife hlldren. relatives and friends. (29 words)
    • IN LOVING MEMORY Of [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      IN LOVING MEMORY Of MR FRANCIS TAN KANGKOON Departed Mti lapttmtm HSO Atwav* "Jamembatad by WMa. Chilann And Lavad Onaa. A MS)QU*eMTI MaM# VM DO OftVWl Today. 00 p.m at THE CHURCH OF ST. SCRNAOETTE. Zien Road. Singapore 1024 (39 words)
    • IN LOVING MEMORY of [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      IN LOVING MEMORY of ANTHONY KHOO TENG ENG DEPARTED: S SEPT 1973 He lives forever In the lives of Lhose he touched", onoly WMfflMfM or wire Bwm Heo. cwHe^ait, deughtera-m-«ew. K>na-Wi-MM» and arandcwMdren. (33 words)
    • 145 Requiems [Articles + Illustrations]
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      145 Requiems THE FAMILY OF LATE MR. TARLOACHAN SINGH OREWAL DEPARTED 27/S/S1 WISH TO THANK ALL RELATIVES; FRIENDS FOR THEIR CONDOLENCES, DONATIONS. ATTENDANCE TURING THEIR RECENT BEREAVEMENT. THEY ALSO THANK ALL MEDICAL a NURSING STAFF OF TTSH WO 42 FOR THEM MANAGEMENT DURING HIS ILLNESS PATH DA BHOG WILL BE (60 words)
  • Page 32 Advertisements
    • Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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      GROW WITH THE GIANT... NATIONAL SEMICONDUCTOR PTE. LTD. requires tdf> calibre persons to fill key posts:— PROJECT MANAGER Applicant must possess B.E. or its equivalent with several years working experience m building construction administration, plant and facilities equipment system, planning and control. Candidate's responsibilities will include supporting various Asia Pacific (200 words)
    • Page 32 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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      r#~"\ ISLAND PENINSULAR DEVELOPMENT |f p BERHAD \j__^J NOTICE OF DIVIDEND AND INTERIM REPORT FOR THE 6 MONTHS ENDED 3 1 ST JULY, 1 98 1 ««eu> The Director, announce mot the unaudited result, of the Company and^oT^&oupforttMsUmtMmsend^Sist July. 1981 an> 6 months «nd«d months onciod 21™- 1 31.7.80 Chang. (663 words)
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      TALAM MINES BERHAD NOTICE OF DIVIDEND AND INTERIM REPORT FOR THE 6 MONTHS ENDED 3 1 ST JULY, 1 98 1 The Directors onnoonce thot ttw unaudited results of the Company for the six months ended 3 1st July. 1981 are:— 6 months to 6 months to 31.7.51 3 1.7. (631 words)
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      THE BANKRUPTCY ACT (CHAPTER 18) TAKE NOTICE that Receiving and Adjudication Orders were made against the following debtors on 28th day of August 1861. U Baaknptry N«. 1036/80 Leong Cheng Hoon of 9 Marlene Avenue Singapore 1055 82/81 Wong Peng Hung of 91 E Block 3Lorong7 Toa Payoh Singapore 1231 (179 words)
  • TIMESPORT PAGE ONE
    • Francis moves to City for $3.98 mil [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Francis moves to City for $3.98 mil MANCnEBTfX, Fri. Kaxlaad ctriker Trevor Praacm (above), Britain tint tl million (ti.lla) footballer. yetterdav eamplet4<d Ma at road •evea-flgair traaafer. PrsiMte, n, moved from tia»M Earopeaa rajunatoa* NottlaaVaa ForaoT to Maaeacater aty for OJ mllUoß. He Ik exported to make his dehat at (212 words)
    • Ah Hong surprises to take early lead [Articles]
      • Page 33
      Ah Hong surprises to take early lead ERNEST FRIDA By LIM AH HONG shot a sizzling two-under-par 66 to take the first-round lead m the $10,000 Shell Open golf championship at the Bukit Chermin course yesterday. Ah Hong, 39, an assistant professional with the Singapore Island Country Club, considered a (380 words)
    • FIRST DAY SCORES [Articles]
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      FIRST DAY SCORES liiftsnliMfci Lim Ah Heng 32-34 CJ Bill Funs 32-35 W Chang Chung Fa 36-33. Lim Swee Wan 37^32, Urn Kian Tiong 34-35 7» Samuri Sidek 36-34.«Juraimi Ratim 36-34, Bill Fung 37-33. 71 S. Veilasamy 3437, Chap Han 35-36. Chong Tone Uang 35-36. M Tahar Lsmail 37-3f 7t (207 words)
    • Upside down, but it's right side up [Articles]
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      Upside down, but it's right side up LONDON, Fri. After two sets of fixtures m the English First Division, bemused soccer fans may imagine the League table has been printed upside down m error. For tomorrow, Swansea, who were languishing m the Fourth Division lust five seasons ago, travel to (479 words)
    • ALL the results [Articles]
      • Page 33
      • REUTER
      ALL the results Men's riagk*, tint nmmi: Mike CahilT (US) bt Steve Meister (US) W, 6-3, 6-4 Scott McCain (US) bt Bin Cowan (Can) 7-5, 6-4, 6-2. Viiay Amritrai (I) bt Scott Davis (US) 63, 6-4, 6-2. Tim Mayotte (US) bt Steve Denton (US) 6-3, 6-4, 6-7. 6-3. Matt Doyle (413 words)
    • Untitled [Articles + Illustrations]
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      MCENROE...apoet about the USfMM fine (5 words)
    • A sweet and sour day for McEnroe at US Open [Articles]
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      A sweet and sour day for McEnroe at US Open TOP-SEEDED John McEnroe beat Tim Gullikson 6-3, 6-1, 6-3 to cruise into the third round of the United Open tennis tournament, then complained about fines imposed on him for his tantrums at this year's Wimbledon championships. Mcia»vrto«r c NEW tohk, (289 words)
    • GP offers USsl6m prize [Articles]
      • Page 33
      • AFP, UPI
      GP offers USsl6m prize FLUSHING MEADOW (New York), Fri. The 1982 Grand Prix tennis circuit, faced with stiff opposition from Lamar Hunt's rival World Championship Tennis series, is offering a US$l6 million ($34.5 mln) bait for the game's leading players. The men's International Professional Tennis Council, who manage the world-wide (135 words)
    • BRIEFS
      • Fourth time? [Articles]
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        Fourth time? BOXING: Former world champion Muhammad Ali promised rtirfcM a brief stopover in Hongkong today that he would win the heavyweight crown for a record fourth time (28 words)
      • First defeat [Articles]
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        First defeat BRITISH and Commonwealth welterweight champion Colin Jones suffered the first defeat of hi* career when he was dtoqwittftnl in jthe third round of a dramatic fight against American Curtis Ramsey in I ..Miff vester<1«> (36 words)
      • Not confident [Articles]
        • Page 33
        Not confident SOUTH Korea's Chuk Sul Bae surprised the Argentinian Press by saying he has practically no chance of beating Argentina s Gustavo Ballas for the World Boxing Association s newly-created junior bantamweight title clash in Buenos Aires on Sept 12 (41 words)
      • Bondue's race [Articles]
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        Bondue's race CYCLING: Alain Bondur of France, woo the professional pursuit title- at the world championships in Brno (18 words)
      • Norman leads [Articles]
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        Norman leads OOLP: Australian Greg Nor man. l«d the way with a courat-racord 6*. six under par after the opening day of m IMM hampicnshii. ir HoyUke. England Leading ■core*: M Greg Norman; fl Graham Marsh: Severiano Ballesterc* Bernard (Ullarh er, Brian Barnes; Martin Poxon. Mark James. Guy Hunt, Gary (55 words)
      • Peete cards 64 [Articles]
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        Peete cards 64 CALVIN Peete equalled the lowest round of his professional career when he shot a seven-under-par-64 (or a threestroke lead after the first round of the B. C. Open tournament in Endicott, New York. Leading scores: M Calvin Peete; CJ Denis Watson. Tom Kite. Jay Haas, Dana Quigley. (70 words)
      • Top earner [Articles]
        • Page 33
        Top earner WEST German Bernhard linger leads the European earnings list with K6V461 ($252,043) Top 10 (in C): Bern hard Laneer 64.461, Nick Faldo 44.674. Greg Norman 38.563. Manuel Pinero 36,880. Sandy I.yle 36,400. Sam Torrance 31.279, Eamonn Darcy 25.122. Des Smyth 24.060, Jose-Maria Canizares 22.359. Tony Jacklin 21.819 (49 words)
      • Soviets held [Articles]
        • Page 33
        Soviets held l( K HOCKEY: World (ham pions, the Soviet Union, surprisingly drew 1-1 with Czechoslovakia in the six-nation Canada Cup tournament in Winnipeg (24 words)
      • Top judoka [Articles]
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        Top judoka Jl DO: Japan's Yasuhiro Yamashita won the heavyweight title for the wrond con- secuiive year and in the lightheavyweight category, world champion Tenguiz Khubuluri. of the Soviet Union, successfully' defended his title against Belgian Robert van de Walle at the world championships in Maastricht. Holland. (47 words)
      • Semi-finalists [Articles]
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        Semi-finalists BOWING: East Germany and the Soviet Union, dominant powers in the sport, each put their sixth boat through to today's semi-finals of the men's world championships in Munich. (29 words)
      • Against tour [Articles]
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        Against tour Kl (.BY I MOV Six Democratic Congressmen in Washington have called on the American Rugby TJnion to cancei their invitation to the South African Springboks, scheduled to tour the United States later this month. (36 words)
      • Cash problems [Articles]
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        Cash problems SOCCER: Colombian President Julio Cesar Ayala Turbay said that his country did not have enough money to host the 1986 World Cup tournament. (25 words)
      • Anderlecht 51 [Articles]
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        Anderlecht 51 ANDERLECHT beat Waterschei 5-1 in the Belgian Flrsl Division Other results: FC Bruges 1 Ghent 2. Winterslag 0 SUndard Liege 3. Tongres 4 CS Bruges 2, Lokeren 1 Antwerp 0, FT Liege 3 RWr) Molenbeek 0. Kortrijk 1 Mechelen 1 Lierse 1 Waregem 0 (46 words)
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  • TIMESPORT PAGE TWO
    • Spy is the top bet at Ipoh today [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Spy is the top bet at Ipoh today EPSOM JEEP By IPOH, Fri. Top bet m tomorrow's card here is Spy 111 (late I Tell You) m Race 2. A winner over the Penang 1,400 m m yielding going m May, he ran a splendid fifth m his last start (316 words)
    • Tan can bag another winner [Articles]
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      Tan can bag another winner TIPTOP By APPRENTICE S.B. Tan, who will be riding on his favourite "hunting ground" today, should bring m another winner, Imperial March. Most of Tan's winners were on the Ipoh course. Imperial March, a nine-year-old chestnut New Zealand gelding has had 41 starts to date (275 words)
    • Evita to score maiden win [Articles]
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      Evita to score maiden win TONTO By EVITA, a four-year-old Irish mare by Tyrant, is m striking form and has a bright chance to score her maiden win m Race 7. At the Penang meeting m late March she finished sixth to Love Me Tender m Class 6 Div 3 (175 words)
    • Bright chance for Estarlita [Articles]
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      Bright chance for Estarlita EQUESTRIENNE By LAST-START winner EstarUta has a bright chance m Race 6. An English mare by Spanish Gold, she found the end of a long line last month when she beat a Class 5 Div 5 field over 1,200 m m Penang, despite being slowly away. (196 words)
    • SELECTIONS [Articles]
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      SELECTIONS RACE EPSOM JEEP FAIRWAY RACING ED Ru«hcutt»r S.O. Sensation Diamond Buoy P. Princa S.O. Sensation Chimpanzee Chimpanzoa Han Raya Platinum Touch Fast Tune SO Success Command Park Lane Fast Tune Fast Tuna Park Lane Spy Joy Mah Wang Santana Joy Sugarpie Affirmative Malt Wang Salty Dog Joy Hawaiian Night (128 words)
    • Today's card [Articles]
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      Today's card R4TF 1 2.00 CLASS 6 DIV 5 1,200 m KA^^ X (Ratings 24-5) ($lO,OOO $7,000 to winner) 1 3*7*08 Calmpaaaee (24) 57 Fantastic-Paul smh a +0.5 (1250 m) Checked at 600 m when Bth m 1400 m Tote Board Stakes Pg May 30; best effort this season was (4443 words)
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  • TIMESPORT PAGE THREE
    • Mudlarks [Articles]
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      Mudlarks THESE bones wUI ge weU today If the getif, is wet: Race 1: Chlmpaiee, Pteeeie Pnaee. Race 2: Spy ID, What's The Verdict. Rare t: aUag Taaga, Mak ■ham bn 4: Roy Baad, Ttmak Br4aag, A«afcar». Raw MlraSarl, Zamra«i, PaJtotllM. Raw PaUa4iam, Satnetalag Ta Remember, Pu Kaag Rare 7: (64 words)
    • Leading jockeys [Articles]
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      Leading jockeys Tell AlUa BoaKMiir nammri S.H. Lee West Ahmad E. van Brrnkplen G. van Breakelen Buanjt Daniels Yeah M. Ismail DftvMTaa P.K. Lecag lUdgera Zaflr Heddle Mak KX.ChMg Ist 49 43 36 33 31 30 28 25 24 22 20 19 18 17 16 15 15 15 14 14 (499 words)
    • Square Miss goes well [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Square Miss goes well Do I Surprise, Martak and Sir Jumbo clock the fastest times On th« track ...with TONTO IPOH, Fri Square Miss, with Gerry Donnelly astride, showed good action this morning when she reeled off 600 m m 38.4 sec on the bit. The going was good. The (369 words)
    • Tomorrow's card [Articles]
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      Tomorrow's card RATF 1 2.00 CLASS 6 DIV 11,200 m1 1,200 m KAt i l (Ratings 40-29) ($ll,OOO $7,700 to winner) 1 «K*l Malaysia ID 57 TFJ Jaatar 4mm a D»uf^ls(USom) Waaa 6 t *W9B Aia CaaUk 57 PK Loh-A Rodgers 3 nzgadc -3(1250m) Cheaaa 9 1 **t*o Fall Lark (1758 words)
    • Course record holder Icabana deleted [Articles]
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      Course record holder Icabana deleted AGASAM STABLE'S onetime champion sprinter, Icabana, who m 1979 set up a course record for the Bukit Timah 1,200 m, has been deleted, according the Malayan Racing Association's latest classification list. Icabana's record time of 1:09.4 still stands Another Class 1 horse deleted is Dctinos. (461 words)
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      t Tsingtao. China's No. 1 B&r since 1903. Began at the turn of the century by German master brrwers In China. Tsingtao has come a long way as the leading Chinese beer In International circles. Today. Tsingtao is the only known Chinese beer that is brewed from the most up-to-date (468 words)
  • TIMESPORT PAGE FOUR
    • BAN LIFTED [Articles + Illustrations]
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      BAN LIFTED WILFRED YEO FAS also decide not to take disciplinary action By against the Singapore Malays FC THE Football Associa tion of Singapore have lifted their suspensions on national player? Fandi Ahmad, Syed Mutalib. Hashim Hosri and Malek Aw.ib. The FAS also w 11 not pr> reed with disciplinary (679 words)
    • FOR THE RECORD [Articles]
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      FOR THE RECORD BANNING players have become a popular decision with the Football Association of Singapore. They have been right m most occasions, but they have also been known to go back on them just as easily. This is their record over the past decade. Dee. 2t in?... Coach Majid (400 words)
    • Bahrain manage only a draw [Articles]
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      Bahrain manage only a draw CHAMPIONS Bahrain, despite creating more chances, could manage only a 1-1 draw against China m their Group A match of the Lion City Cup soccer tournament at the National Stadium last night, reports J. RAJENDRAN The Chinese led after 23 minutes through Shen Jianzhong who, (129 words)
    • Spore go down fighting [Articles]
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      Spore go down fighting KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. Singapore, cheered on by more than 30,000 Malaysian fans, put up a plucky fight before going down 0-2 to South Korea m a Merdeka Cup soccer tournament here tonight But Singapore stood proud m defeat. They were promised a trouncing by South Korean (395 words)
    • Singapore prove pundits wrong [Articles]
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      Singapore prove pundits wrong HOO YEW GEE By SINGAPORE'S Thomas Cup badminton squad proved the pundits wrong last night when they made the much-vaunted visiting English team struggle for their 3-2 victory at the Singapore Badminton Hall. And the local hero was national champion Lee Ah Ngo, who defeated England (369 words)
    • Singapore team go sightseeing [Articles]
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      Singapore team go sightseeing PATRICK BASTIANS By KARACHI, Fri. India, seeded above Singapore, at No. 2, m the Asian team squash championship, turned the rest day into one of hard practice while the Singapore camp went sightseeing. To be fair, Singapore's Zainal Abidin, Venkatesan Gopal, Stewart Ballard ana Woon Wai (268 words)
    • NICK SHORTS [Articles]
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      NICK SHORTS KARACHI, Fri. A delegate to the Asian Squash Federation onKress was shocked to discover that foundermembers Dubai's affiliation to the association was cancelled because they had no squash assocatlon. But he was more stunned when a Lebanese delegate told him that Lebanon had no national squash association either. (147 words)
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  • TIMESPORT PAGE FIVE
    • Sporting a new 100k... [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Sporting a new 100k... J. RAJENDRAN ATHLETICS SCENE TO HAVE SPLURGE OF COLOUR By SINGAPORE athletes will soon be sporting a new look. And the next time you see star athlete Heather Merican pounding the track, don't be surprised if the pretty hurdler's running gear is splattered with advertisements and (551 words)
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      • REUTER
      Two likely to reap the biggest rewards Coe: Money from advertising of more benefit than cash prizes WORLD mile record-holder Sebastian Coe, of Britain, yesterday said the decision to allow athletes to earn money from advertising would be of greater benefit than any future move to bring m cash prizes. (347 words)
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    • US gamble on injured stars [Articles]
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      • AP
      US gamble on injured stars ROME. Fri. The United States decided yesterday to risk two of their stars m the World Cup athletic meet despite recent injuries. World record-holder Ed Moses, who has been nursing a thigh strain, has been entered for the 400 metres hurdles and Carl Lewis, who (71 words)
    • WTA boss [Articles]
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      • AFP
      WTA boss KI.USHING MEADOW (New York). Fri. Diane Desfor. vice-president of the Women's Tennis Association, was yesterday elected the organisation's president. AFP. (22 words)
    • IAAF 'no' to banned stars [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      IAAF 'no' to banned stars ROME. Fri. The International Amateur Athletic Federation yesterday rejected an appeal by American discus men s star Ben Plucknett and Commonwealth women's shot put champion Gael Mulhall to be reinstated. Plucknett and Gael were banned from international athletics after positive dope tests at the Pacific (59 words)
    • Indonesian offer for Republic's divers [Articles]
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      Indonesian offer for Republic's divers JANICE SEAH By INDONESIAN diving coach Mokhtar Yasin has invited Singapore divers to train with his country's team m Jakarta. The former Olympic judge was especially impressed with Samuel Leow and Leong Siet Fong, whom he watched at the recent ASEAN Age-Group diving meet, but (219 words)
    • Star Cynthia is injured [Articles]
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      Star Cynthia is injured R. MANORAJ B> SINGAPORE'S exciting centre-forward Cynthia Lim suffered a possible hair-line fracture of the nose during her team's effortless 3-0 win over the President's XI m the Singapore Women's Hockey Association Pesta Sukan quadrangular on the Padang yesterday. Cynthia, essentially an inside-left, played m plact (217 words)
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      BADMINTON Frieadly latemttewU: Singapore v England (SBA. 6). BASKETBALL Pestm Siktn eteaptoMkip: Singapore v Indonesia (7.30). Hongkong v Malaysia (8.45). Both matches at Gay World StadiU "oOLF Keppel Open (Keppel, 8). HOCKEY SWHA quadrangular tournament: S'pore President's XI v Selangor, S'pore national team v India (Padang. 3.30 5). 8HA Dlv. (101 words)
  • Soviet role in Angola close to Afghanistan level: Botha [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • AFP, UPI
    Soviet role in Angola close to Afghanistan level: Bot ha FOREIGN Minister Pik Botha said last night that the Soviet involvement m Marxist -ruled Angola is "approaching a position not much different from the one m Afghanistan He said m the television interview that the Soviets are "preparing for something (499 words)
  • Dow Jones [Articles]
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    Dow Jones NEW YORK, Fri. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks dropped 3.05 to 963 96 m the first half-hour of trading on the New York Stock Exchange today. AP. (32 words)
  • Stomach ful of aches... [Articles]
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    • AFP
    Stomach ful of aches... LAGOS, Fri. A Nigerian surgeon, seeking tht fastest solution to a case of acute tummy ache, removed 87 metal objects from the stomach of a young man admitted to the general hospital here, the Nigerian news agency Nan reported. Nan said the booty included a nail-cutter, (91 words)
  • 'Rocket tests' warning [Articles]
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    'Rocket tests' warning MOSCOW, Fri. The Soviet Union is to test-fire rockets from its territory to equatorial areas of the Pacific Ocean for 19 days this month. A Tass report said today the tests will take place from Sept 7 to 25 and the Soviet Government has requested all governments (74 words)
  • $2 b for ads [Articles]
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    • UPI
    $2 b for ads WASHINGTON. Fri Cigarette advertising hit the US$l billion (Ss2 16 billion mark for the first time since 1979 a 20 per cent increase over last year and it paid off with the sale of a record 622 billion cigarettes, the government announced today. UPI. (48 words)
  • Late CLASSIFIED DEATH [Obituaries]
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    Late CLASSIFIED DEATH OH SEE YEW KOK, of 57-E. Crescent Road. Singapore passed away peacefully 4981 Leaving behind wife Leong Kirn Yoon. son Dr See Beng Teck. daughter Mrs Loh Heng Thye. daughter-in-law, son-in-law, and three grandsons to mourn his loss. (41 words)
  • Rollei a 'special case' [Articles]
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    Rollei a 'special case' WKST German Investments In Singapore and Asean will go on despite the problems of Rollel Rraun.shweig which led to the downfall of Rollel Singapore, Bonn's Kconomics Minister said last night. Mr Otto Gral Lambsdorff, In an interview with Friday Back ground telecast over SBC last night, (206 words)
  • 65 killed in Czech mine disaster [Articles]
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    • UPI
    65 killed in Czech mine disaster PRAGUE, Fri. An explosion m the Pluto coal mine at Zaluzi m northern Bohemia today killed 65 miners m Czechoslovakia's worst mine disaster m 20 years. Forty other miners were rescued after the explosion that occurred m one of five underground mines some five (163 words)
  • Trade pact signed [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Trade pact signed BANGKOK, Fri. Egypt and Thailand have initialled a trade agreement calling tor the exchange of trade missions, Foreign Minister Air Chief Marshal Siddhi Savestila said The agreement was signed today during talks between Air Chief Marshal Siddhi and Egyptian Foreign Minister Kamal Hassan Ali Reuter. (48 words)
  • Bombing of Iran PM's office: Staff arrested [Articles]
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    • AFP, UPI
    Bombing of Iran PM's office: Staff arrested TEHERAN, Friday IN A major crackdown over the bombing last Sunday of the Prime Minister's office which led to the deaths of the President and the Prime Minister, the Iranian government announced yesterday that it had executed 55 leftists and arrested several employees (354 words)
  • Spanish eyes on Gibraltar [Articles]
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    • AP
    Spanish eyes on Gibraltar MADRID, Fri. Socialist leader Felipe Gonzalez said yesterday that Spain should demand sovereignty over the British colony of Gibraltar m return for joining Nato. Spain has made several military and diplomatic attempts to reclaim it, and closed off its border with the British colony m the (53 words)
  • Soviet warship shadowed [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Soviet warship shadowed A SOVIET Kara-claa* guided missile carrier (top) being shadowed by the Canadian destroyer escort HMCS Kootenay, off Canada's west roast In this photograph taken on ThorsOb Wednesday, the Russian cruiser and three other Soviet naval vessels were less than km off the US Pacific coast, sooth of (104 words)
  • French envoy shot dead [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    French envoy shot dead BEIRUT, Fri. The French Ambassador to Lebanon, Mr Louis Delamare, died m hospital after being shot today by unidentified gunmen m Beirut, police said. A French embassy spokesman said the gunmen stopped Mr Delamare's car and pumped six bullets into him at close range, two m (134 words)
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  • SECTION TWO
    • Masthead [Title Section]
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      SECTION TWO (2 words)
    • RETURN OF... THE ARMENIANS [Articles + Illustrations]
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      RETURN OF... THE ARMENIANS CHURCH DOORS OPENS AGAIN RAFT- i* huilt by them, ngapore's national flower, the i.< Miss Joaquim. was named Singapore's oldest church. a as also built by them. mil ihe church, a street takes mi haven't guessed it by now, be Armenians, the tenacious people hailing from (1205 words)
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        Watercress variables Probably every Chinese mother has loviagly boiled watercress soap; bat there are other ways of dealing with this nutritions vegetable. Also find oat about an exciting day-trip to Malacca, on Controspread Pagos 10 and 11 Shorthand samurai Shogaa, the 12-hour TV serial, started a Japan fad In the (84 words)
    • Scream and shriek [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Scream and shriek TODAY MALICE AFORFTHOl UHT (PART THREK) (Ck 5, 11.11 p.m.): The plot thickens. Wicked Dr Bickleigh grows a culture of deadly bacteria and infects some meat sandwiches with the virulent poison. Then, he coolly invites his intended victims. Bournes and Chartford, to tea. Both get violently ill. (486 words)
    • PICK of the DAY [Articles]
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      PICK of the DAY P8 MICKEY And DtuM (Ch S, 1.4S p.m.): Only 20 minutes of cartoons, but what toy! Today, Pluto is bullied by a big dog but all it takes is a little tortoise to drive the bully away. Meanwhile, dumb but lovable Goofy is trying to catch (512 words)
    • What's On This Weekend [Articles]
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      What's On This Weekend EXHIBITIONS S'pore Calligraphy '81 Nat Museum Gallery. 9 a.m. 5.30 p.m. Till Sept 8. Water Colour Paintings: Nat Museum Art Gallery. 10 a.m. 5.30 p.m. Till Sept 6. Anti-Uttering: Kereta Ayer CC. From 3 p.m. Till Sept 14. S'pore And Her People: Display of winning entries (232 words)
    • Tommorrow [Articles]
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      Tommorrow Talk: On The Spot Cre*tJve Writing Session: Open to 16 years old and above. World Trade Centre. 7.30 p.m. 9 p.m. Show Monkey God Fights The Witch: Puppet show in Mandarin and English. World Trade Centre. 2 p.m. 3.30 p.m. and 4 p.m. 5.30 p.m. Concert: Radio Concert: Vic (61 words)
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        Straits Times Crossword ACROSS Scamp wrecked oars a new driver (6) 1 Alarm about note found on 7 Upright person carries a point board (7) m Spain (9) 5 Loose money that is for the 8 State citizen is taking mad dub (7) king up, one I oncludes (7) 10 (263 words)
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        TV and Radio SBC 5 12.45 PM Opening folowed by Sesame 6 35 Famil The Competition Street 7 25 Cultural ar y (English) 1.45 Mkkey and Donald 2.15 Saturday Matinee Buckskin 7.50 Vefas*- Seek And Destory 3.55 ABC Wide World Of Sports 9.00 The Black And White Minstrel Show 4.45 (1094 words)
    • LEISURE
      • Untitled [Articles + Illustrations]
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        In Japan, do m the Japanese d«...Richard Chamberlain tries seppaku (10 words)
      • Shorthand samurai [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Shorthand samurai Shogun, the TV serial, started a Japan fad m the US. The film version opens at the Jade today. PATRICK SHEN thinks it's ah, so 50... I'M the innocent bystander But somehow I got stuck Between a rock and a hard place... Warren Zevon That's probably how Pilot-Major (643 words)
      • television with sylvia toh Snots and bigots in steamy soaps [Articles]
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        television with sylvia toh Snots and bigots in steamy soaps IN SEARCH (or a viable answer to Dallas the television equivalent to a book you can't put down SBC gives us Flamingo R«ad this Monday night over Channel 5. NBC's remake of a 1949 Joan Crawford movie, FR is stuffed (661 words)
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        Luxury m everything but price lamtMßMßMßmmMßmj^Bmmmf^Mamajß^p^p^-^^ N^ CONFERENCE ROOM ■flH?"^ f~ '—ww BBkJ fchw' 208 air-conditioned rooms. bar lounge 24 hrs. Coffee House. I Bar Lounge My Plare. air^E Health Centre. a*W^^ tfl Multi-storey car park. 500 seating capacity Banquet Hall. B w'Jh3PVT^'« a^ 3 different size Conference Rooms. MArf (308 words)
    • BOOKS 1
      • Mixed bag of modest and interesting tales [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Mixed bag of modest and interesting tales Gopal Baratham by FIGMENTS OF EXPERIENCE Times Books International. $6 50 Reviewed by TOH WENG CHOY LIKE most collections of short stories. Figments Of Experience depicts different aspects of human life with varying degrees of intensity Of tne 15 stories m this collection (587 words)
      • Another trial for David Marshall [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Another trial for David Marshall ALEX JOSEY THE DAVID MARSHALL TRIALS Hard Cover. $10.50, Paperback. $7.50; 2b2 pages. Times Books International Reviewed by HUGH MABBETT All the books reviewed today are local titles being launched at the 13th Annual Festival of Books and Book Fair, opening today at the World (1141 words)
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        Ah Congratulations to all NUS Graduates. Let us Jo for you a Portrait of Success In the comfort of our modern, we l-equi >ped. air-conditioned photo studio, we can do group or mdivicual shots with great artistry Our photographer o» 20 years experience will be at your service and at (132 words)
    • BOOKS 2
      • Ah, how this column inspires invective [Articles]
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        Ah, how this column inspires invective Andrew Leslie ODDITIES IN LANGUAGE by Federal Publications 1981. 116 pages. Ss4 80 Reviewed by Dr MALCOLM MURFETT ANDRKW Ijniif to a frrclaace Jaaraaltot, aa aaatrtas; asvelNt Mi J? RBglish f rsm Oxfsrd. He also happens to write oar of the most wMcty road) (842 words)
      • Admirable writers' skills [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Admirable writers' skills MAUREEN GAY PERE CASTOR'S ALBUMS Times Books International. $3 95 $4 25 Stories from Chinese/Malay/lndian Literature Times Books International. $4 95 Reviewed by FOR the first time we have available m Singapore a locally-published English language version of the famous Pere Castor Albums. The 10 books vary (446 words)
      • A talented start [Articles]
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        A talented start DORI SABAPATHY RANGER SATELLITES by Evelyn Lip Macmillan South-east Asia. $39 (nine titles plus cassette i Reviewed by IT IS encouraging to notice the growing interest on the part of publishing firms m children's books written by local authors This series of nine small books is a (333 words)
      • Reckoner with flaws [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Reckoner with flaws ANDREW LESLIE WRITE IT RIGHT: A Reference Grammar for Written English Federal Publications. $3.50 Reviewed by THIS book is the result of a project undertaken by the Civil Service Institute m Singapore. Its primary purpose is to aid civil servants and adminstrations of all kinds by providing (1086 words)
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      Alex Josey the man He's observed Singapore's recent history from the sidelines from vantage points of privilege. He knows, or is known by, anyone who matters at the top. Yet author-journalist Alex Josey describes himself as "a lonely chap, by request as it were". To REBECCA CHUA he admits embodying (1260 words)
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        Q^y^ Capture Merlin^ magic on the fifteenth n^it of the eighji moon. We are celebraring the Mooncake Fesrival m August Moon Cocktail; Enjoy the Grill's a grand way at the Singapore Merlin. We are Mongolian Barbeque, and relive ancient tradigoing all out with lovely surprises for our tions when secret (723 words)
    • to Wat ere. How I learnt love [Articles + Illustrations]
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      to Wat ere. How I learnt love I HATED watercress soup when I was young because I did not know how to appreciate this fresh, biting, pungent, strong-tasting vegetable. I was also aghast when my classmate In England shared her watercress sandwich with me. To me, watercress had always appeared (2258 words)
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      Parrots and d dolphins Singapore's so small and claustrophobic; there's nothing to do, you moan. Why not take a leisurely weekend drive to Malacca and treat the children (and yourself) to something quite unusual? ILSA SHARP reports. WHEN I saw an ad m The Straits Times, August 27, for a (1028 words)
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        Our client a large and well established American manufacturing organization. As a result of expansion, there is a vacancy for a: mnnncEß- DEUEiopmEiiT EncmEEßinc I Responsibilities: Directs engineering and engineering services m the development of consumer electronics and microprocessor based instruments and systems. Responsible for the supervision and direction of (1388 words)
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        I rrice 1 \\/aterhouse Associates Management Consultants m a wide range of services including: executive recruitment, organisation and corporate planning, financial management and accounting, manufacturing, production and project management systems and procedures, market surveys, data processing and computerisation, job evaluation, salary surveys and compensation structuring, as well as management training (1019 words)
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        man on jjp* 1 I theiriOvß... M^ I EB COMMUNICATIONS a subsidiary of A/S ELEKTRISK BUREAU, Norway is an established company developing and manufacturing communication equipment m Singapore m addition to marketing the group's products m ASEAN. Our major customers are the Telecoms Authorities m ASEAN and operators of private (603 words)
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        CITIBANK the local bank that's a global bank We ere one of the world's leading international bank well established m Singapore, end invite applications for the posts of TRAINEE DEALERS/ DEALERS IN FOREIGN EXCHANGE/ MONEY MARKET m our expanding Treasury Department. These positions are exceptionally challenging and will involve managing (567 words)
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        KM Technical Sales Mi Executives for Kodak (Singapore) Pte Ltd Bj Kodak (Singapore) Pte Ltd, established m Singapore for over fifty years has opportunities m its marketing organisation for career -minded Singaporean*. The [jjfjjl company wishes to appoint Sales Ex&cutives for its technical products used m the «as=' photographic and (862 words)
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        Krr \m a clinical l*b*r»Ur> trrhnlriM item Sc\emre lltararmlil gradMtr? tm \m lnlf>r*%U* hmvr »ptit a «> tar HUM? Ui\ll« MpMrattiM tar tkr p«alti«i of I ORTHO DIAGNOSTICS REPRESENTATIVE I THE JOB: The appoint?* will be responsible for promotion of the Ortho H |)iagn<*<tirs product* to hospitals, clinics and laboratory (497 words)
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        1 UNIT MANAGERS AND ASSISTANT UNIT MANAGERS Swensen's is expanding and seeks to appoint experienced and capable persons for their Ice Cream Restaurants. If you are: m your mid -twenties fluent m spoken and written English experienced m the restaurant (or related) industry with a minimum of two years at (428 words)
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        PoT IRON WORKS LA (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD. m con|unction with the VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL TRAINING BOARD invites applications from suitably qualified persons for: APPRENTKESHr TRAMMG M PRECISION METAL MACHNNG QUALIFICATIONS: Singapore Citizens Completed National Service Possess National Trade Certificate. Grade 3 m Metal Machining Successful applicants will be required to attend (453 words)
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        mJ LA^ m PUBUC UTILITIES y^y BORRD Applications arc mvited tor the following posh m ttw Board's Waterworks m Johore A LABOUR OFFICER Salary Seal*: $l 145 ?.160(GroM $1.3762.595) Qualifications 1 o Degree from a recognised university ond b 2 yeors' eiperience m personnel wort, preferably m Government, tocol outhorify, (657 words)
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        A well established manufacturing company invites applications from suitably qualified persons for the following positions:- I DOCUMENTATION CLERK Knowledge of shipping Familiar with negotiation of Letter of I Credit Familiar with legalisation procedures of I Saudi Arabia and Egypt Experience gained m an import/export company TYPIST/GENERAL CLERK GCE 'O' level (489 words)
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        aa? ml A far awjandlin mutti -national company, band m the VS.. and a-wjaaad m tha manufacture of oirfitkJ aquipmant raquiras tha ft Jtownna pacaonnd for m Jurong plant. 1. MACHINISTS (TURNERS) (Ift Pannanant 2nd ahrft) Requirements: Mutt have NTC 2 m Turning At laatt 4-5 y»ars experienca m operating (525 words)
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        Applications are invited from qualified candidates to be stationed m Jakarta, for position of MARKETING/SALES MANAGER Qualifications and Experience: Minimum 5 years experience marketing and sales m industrial chemicals Age between 30-40 Knowledge of Indonesian Malay language is preferable Please submit full resume stating salary expectation and other conditions plus (64 words)
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        a aa a a a a dbo g o a ao o a a o ao o n aa aa o o a nan m o a o° aa Over the last 1 0 years, we at a m a Hewlett Packard Singapore have ■> increased our staff from 62 (645 words)
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        Mobil—^ Mobil Oil Corporation is among the world's ten largest companies. Mobil Oil Singapore Pte Ltd is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mobil Oil Corporation and is one of Singapore's largest manufacturing complexes. To keep pace with its expanding operations m Singapore, Mobil seeks to recruit suitably qualified personnel for the (519 words)
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        We axe a well established manufacturing company with a history that dates back nearly a century. We produce high quality pewter products w'.uch are retailed the world over with our own offices In USA, Australia. Switzerland. Germany, Hong Kong and Malaysia In Singa pore alone our products are being sold (551 words)
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        requires I ACCOUNTANT I Male qualified Accountant prefer I I ably with one/two years post- I I qualifying experience I SALES REPRESENTATIVES I Experienced Sales Representative. I I Male female, to sell I a) Electrical Home Appliances I b) Hardware and Sanitary Prod I ucts I Attractive salary plus commis- (486 words)
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        ■Mt^^ SINGAPORE BUS SERVICE (1978) LTD The Company m conjunction with Vocational Industrial Training Board invites applications from suitably qualified males and females for APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING IN MOTOR VEHICLE MECHANICS Requirements: Singapore Citizen 'Completed or exempted from National Service Completed Secondary 4 or Passed Secondary Two education (English Stream) Age (561 words)
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        ASIACITI COMPUTER SERVICES PTE. LTD. Our subsidiary and assoriated companies have been m the computer systems business m Australia lor over ten years. We are now establishing ASKAN region operations with Singapore as our base. Product lines are essentially micro and mini computer based systems covering general business, public accountancy, (732 words)
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        INTER-CROPS COMMODITIES (S) PTE LTD. We, an international organisation with worldwide subsidiaries trading m Japanese Commodity Future expanding marketing operation m Singapore, invite applications from talented young men and ladies like you to join us as: General Sales Manager or Department Manager (2)* Section Manager (6)* Supervisor (12)* Senior Advisor (780 words)
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        If you go... Paris BT tdn UTA French Airlines flies to Paris for $2,659 return. Travellers flying by UTA can also take advantage of their 'Hello Paris" tour at $47.50 a night. UTA, Ming Court Hotel. Tel: XXXXX66. Budget fares are also available from some travel agents for as low (1876 words)
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        It's a brighter Sunday with Sunday Nation lookinn at v al Pi^^^ttaLHr^Mß^ IwwIYIIIIvI Cm l +i T*T*W wkm ask J A >*.. si ArnkmlEESM m T Wmwm L if I And it's part of the fare m M^^^^A llS^Mt^JI fcfi^ d f a restaurant here. The ""^^^l B. ■PBBltf^^^^~»^^ startling (113 words)
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        We hove voconcies m our expanding Consultancy Finn to* the fotowmg personnel DESIGN OFFICE ErfWMtrin Assistants TechnKKKi Diplomo m Civil Engineering or equivalent and preferably minimum 3 years' design office experience m reinforced or prestressed concrete, or steel work Ardrttctural Assistant* Technician Optoma m Architectural Droughtsmonsh*> or equivalent with mmemum (434 words)
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        UNION CARBIDE SINGAPORE PTE LTD a member of the UNION CARBIDE SINGAPORE GROUP Of COMPANIES have vacancies for the following positions m their new plant located m Jurong: QUALITY ASSURANCE ASSISTANTS The incumbents report to the Quality Aaurance Manager and are responsible for conducting Quality and Process Control checks on (547 words)
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        Applications are invited from citizens/permanent residents of Singapore and citizens of other ASEAN countries for the posts of 1 LEGAL OFFICER Qualifications: A Barrister Solicitor or holder of a recog. nised law degree Duties: To undertake both legal and administrative duties including attendances m court Salary Scale: $1 1 85 (567 words)
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        CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN CUSTOMER ENGINEERING IN IBM BRUNEI Customer Engineers are responsible for the installation and servicing of IBM Products and are a vital part of the IBM support team. These positions require a high degree of communication skills as well as technical proficiency. If you possess a degree m (530 words)
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        lF1?5 rffa?iiff3yff Apple offers you a creative and challenging work environment. Carver opportunittts now opsn at Apple Computer include: Vendor Control Specialist The successful candidate will possess a degree m electronics or mechanical engineering with at least 3 years' experience m electronics and mechanical inspections. Sound knowledge m parts, tools, (561 words)
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        EH KIWI INTERNATIONAL (SEA) PTE LTD Due t«> rapid expansion of our International Company, a new executive position has been created for a:PRODUCTION CONTROLLER Applicants should poetess: a degree or diploma m Mechanical and/or Industrial Engineering must have had at least 4 yrs experience m Plant Preventive maintenance, production planning/control, (503 words)
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        Wheels of progress TATA Engineering Services moves to spacious new premises to serve its clients m over 50 countries even better. TATA Engineering Services (Re) Ltd, The new address is: supplies TATA commercial vehicle TATA Engineering Services (Pte) Ltd. spare parts to over 50 countries. To 37 Jo Koon Circle. (533 words)
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        IN THE MATTKR OK WONG I'KM. TICK AN ADVOCATE AND S4MJC ITOR OP SINGAPORE AND IN THE MATTER OF THK LEGAL PROFESSION ACT (CHAPTER m) AND IN THE MATTER OF THE ADVOCATES AND SOLICITORS (DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS) (RIXES IK3) AND I.N THE MATTER OF A COMPLAINT BY KOBKRT WEE AND LUCIA (312 words)
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