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The Straits Times, 5 September 1981

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  • Masthead [Title Section]
    The Straits Times Estd. 1845 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1981 35 CENTS M.C.(P) No. 101/1/81  (14 words)
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  • 3 KHMER LEADERS SIGN PACT [Articles]
    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)
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  • Untitled [Articles + Illustrations]
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  • A good reason to smile [Articles + Illustrations]
    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)
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  • Opium boy [Articles]
    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)
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  • The joint statement by the three leaders [Articles]
    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)
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  • Kuriles jolted [Articles]
    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)
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  • Oil find [Articles]
    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)
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  • S. Africans expelled [Articles]
    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)
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  • 22-point jump in ST Index [Articles]
    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)
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  • The greater hazards of eating out [Articles]
    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)
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  • Moscow's 'concern' at emergence of united resistance [Articles]
    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)
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  • Solidarity in defiant mood despite warning [Articles]
    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)
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  • QUAKE HITS LOS ANGELES [Articles]
    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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  • Page 1 Advertisements

    • Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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    • Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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    • Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Advertisements]
      58 pages today New look for the athletes Page 37 Another trial for David Marshall ALEX JOSEY's The David Marshall Trials will be launched today at the 13th Annual Festival of Books and Book Fair opening at the World Trade Centre. REBECCA CHI A Interviews Josey-ln Section Two, Page Six....  (115 words)
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  • IN SUMMARY...

    • HOME [Articles]
      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)
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    • COMMENT [Articles]
      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)
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    • TIMES BUSINESS [Articles]
      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)
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    • BACKGROUND [Articles]
      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)
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    • SPORTS [Articles]
      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)
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    • AROUND THE WORLD [Articles]
      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)
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    • ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY [Articles]
      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)
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    • SECTION 2 [Articles]
      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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  • Page 2 Advertisements

    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      NEWEST MASTERPIECE "Classic UjM"* P itfiJ llMjHgg^3l Value for Money, Second to None It's here now thil piano well worth waiting for. The top seller m the East ft West industrialised countries. No words can describe its touch, precision ft musicality except that you must try it to believe it....  (233 words)
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  • AROUND THE WORLD

    • 50 Haitian refugees flee camp during clash [Articles + Illustrations]
      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)
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    • Author dies [Articles]
      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)
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    • Minister sacked in Sri Lanka [Articles]
      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)
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    • Ties demand sincerity' [Articles]
      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)
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    • Pay heed to pullout calls, Suzuki tells Vietnam [Articles]
      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)
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    • 27 Aussie meat plants suspended after new case of fraud [Articles + Illustrations]
      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)
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    • New British jetliner [Articles]
      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)
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    • Buckley off on urgent mission to Pakistan [Articles]
      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)
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    • Zia bans men from entering woman's schools, colleges [Articles]
      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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  • Page 3 Advertisements

    • Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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    • Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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  • AROUND THE WORLD 2