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The Straits Times Estd. 1845 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1979 30 CENTS M.C.(P) No. 142/1/79

SPLIT IN LDP WIDENS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SPLIT IN LDP WIDENS Bloc formed to oust Ohira TOKYO, Wednesday THE Japanese political crisis deepened today when leading members of the ruling party formed a bloc to throw Prime Minister Masayoshi Ohira out of office. The dispute within the ranks of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party over whether Mr

Seoul Govt sacks Chief Secretary [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Seoul Govt sacks Chief Secretary SEOUL, Wednesday THE South Korean Government said today it has sacked Chief Presidential Secretary Kirn Kae-Won, now being questioned in connection with the assassination of President Park 1 Chung-Hee. The martial law command, set up hours after Mr Park was shot by his intelligence chief,

Khmer groups join to fight Viets [ARTICLE]

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Khmer groups join to fight Viets SA KEO (Thailand) Wednesday IHE non-communist Khmer Serei rebels have joined forces with the communist Khmer Rouge guerillas of the ousted Pol Pot regime to fight the Vietnamese forces in Kampuchea. The leader of the new "liberation front" said at an organising rally yesterday

WOMAN STUNS COURT [ARTICLE]

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WOMAN STUNS COURT BEIJING, Wed. In a development unprecedented in China, a 34-year-old dissident, accused of libelling her former commune leader by claiming that he raped her, astonished the court by revealing intimate details of his body, sources said today. The trial of Miss Fu Yueha on Oct 17 was

Hoveyda buried [ARTICLE]

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Hoveyda buried TEHERAN, Wed. The body of executed former premier Amir Abbas Hoveyda lay un- claimed in Teheran's morgue i for three months and was finally buried in France, the newspaper Bamdad reported yesterday. Hoveyda, who was the Shah's premier for 13 years, was executed on April 7. UPI

Rebels seek ransom [ARTICLE]

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Rebels seek ransom MANILA, Wed. Muslim rebels who kidnapped a South Korean construction supervisor in the southern Philippines have demanded a 200,000-peso i5J58,600) ransom, authorities said today. Governor Arsenio Quibranza of Lanao Del Sur province said the ransom demand by elements of the secessionist Moro National Liberation Front (MNI-F) was

BRUNEI SCRAPS ITS SECURITY AGENCY [ARTICLE]

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BRUNEI SCRAPS ITS SECURITY AGENCY BANDAR BERI BEGAWAN, Wad. THE Brunei Government has disbanded its powerful Security and Intelligence Agency set up four years ago to keep an eye on political dissidents, both inside and outside the sultanate. The government did not j give any reasons for the move, but

79 feared dead as DC-10 crashes at airport [ARTICLE]

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79 feared dead as DC-10 crashes at airport MEXICO CITY, Wed. A Western Alrlnes DC-It jet crashed at the airport here today moments before landIng and ploughed Into two buildings. First reports say 79 of the 81 people aboard were feared dead. Rescae •fflcials said they rwceed It people. They

Admission rules: Call to tertiary bodies [ARTICLE]

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Admission rules: Call to tertiary bodies GEORGE JOSEPH By SINGAPORE'S tertiary institutions should consider changing their admission requirements so that more workers can enrol for part-time courses to better themselves, suggests the acting Social Affairs Minister, Dr Ahmad Mattar. This will benefit the many workers who have displayed a potential

Iran protests [ARTICLE]

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Iran protests TEHERAN, Wed. Iran has "of'icialy protested" against the presence ol the former Shah of Iran in the United States for medical treatment, Foreign Minister Ibrahim Yp.zdi said here today. AFP.

No coin issue [ARTICLE]

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No coin issue BONN, Wed. West Germany has decided not to issue a new five-mark (5J6.00) silver coin because its silver content has become too valuable. Finance Ministry officials said today. Reuter.

LATEST HOOT KIAM ROAD FIRE [ARTICLE]

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LATEST HOOT KIAM ROAD FIRE FIREMEN were early this morning called oat to fight a Maze which broke eat on the third floor of a three-storey Nhophouae In Hoot Kiam Road, barely a stone's threw from Times House. Ne one wa« Injured.

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The weather UP TO 1P.M. TODAY: Scattered showers around mid-day. TEMP. (C) op to a.m. tomorrow: SI max.; 24 rain. SUNSET today: 6.2*p.m.; SUNRISE tomorrow: a.m.

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US to encourage 'constitutional' posture [ARTICLE]

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US to encourage 'constitutional' posture WASHINGTON, Wednesday THE Carter administration has instructed the American ambassador in South Korea to encourage the Korean army to continue the "constitutional" posture it has taken since the death of President Park. Administration officials said yesterday that Ambassador William Gleysteen had been asked to express

'NZ will be guided by Asean views' [ARTICLE]

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'NZ will be guided by Asean views' MANILA, Wed. New Zealand would be guided to a large extent by the views of Asean on how to react to any deterioration of the regional situation because of the Indochina conflict, Deputy Prime Minister Brian Talboys said here today. In a taped

Moved by common grief [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Moved by common grief THEIR common emotion was grief. A weep\n% Miss Park KnenHrn, eldest dMgkter of the late President Park Chaag-Hee. is comforted by an elderly woman as she arrives at the Park residence In S«onl yesterday to pay her respects. Miss Park has suffered the dial tragedies of

THAIS FOR BEIJING AIR TALKS [ARTICLE]

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THAIS FOR BEIJING AIR TALKS BANGKOK, Wed. A senior Thai delegation will go to Beijing soon for final talks on a direct air link between Thailand and China, a government spokesman said yesterday. The proposed route will be from the Thai northern capital of Chiang Mai to Beijing via Burma

There's over-accent on men in TV shows' [ARTICLE]

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There's over-accent on men in TV shows' NEW YORK, Wednesday MEN are greatly over-represented in television's dramatic programmes in relation to the actual American population and women, minorities, juveniles and the elderly are under-repre-sented, according to a study of network programming conducted for the Screen Actors Cuild. A report on

Save Energy Month [ARTICLE]

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Save Energy Month TOKYO, Wed. China said yesterday it has decided to launch a nationwide Save Energy Month in November to put an end to waste and conserve energy resources for the sake of China's "socialist modernisation." The official Chinese news agency Xinhua quoted the Workers' Daily as saying in

Hanoi to swap its pilots for $150 m in aid [ARTICLE]

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Hanoi to swap its pilots for $150 m in aid HONGKONG, Wednesday VIETNAM is to send 75 combat pilots to Iraq to strengthen its air force in return for an Iraqi loan of US$7O million (XXXXX.9 million), the South China Morning Post reported today quoting intelligence sources. The Hongkong paper

Aircraft sales to SA: Aussies halt talks [ARTICLE]

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Aircraft sales to SA: Aussies halt talks CANBERRA, Wednesday THE Australian Government has called a halt to discussions on the possible sale of 100 Australian-built Nomad aircraft to South Africa. The Minister for Productivity, Mr lan MacPhee said today that negotiations on the sale, worth up to AJ6O million (SJI44

Hunt on for conman who stole acid [ARTICLE]

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Hunt on for conman who stole acid TOKYO, Wed. Police today were hunting a man who cajoled the president of a Tokyo plating factory into giving him five grams of prussic acid, enough to kill 50 people. Police said a man claiming to be a government official visited company president

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UN report held up by Sino-Soviet war of words [ARTICLE]

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UN report held up by Sino-Soviet war of words UNITED NATIONS, Wednesday THE propaganda war between the Soviet Union and China is delaying completion of the UN Security Council's annual report, according to informed sources. They said a senior Soviet member of the UN Secretariat had at his own initiative

Russians setting up second naval pier in Cuba [ARTICLE]

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Russians setting up second naval pier in Cuba WASHINGTON, Wed. Intensified US surveillance over Cuba has detected that the Soviets have begun building a second naval pier at Cienfuegos Naval Base, administration officials revealed yesterday. The pier construction was first confirmed by Secretary of State Cyrus Vance in a Monday

Attack on embassy by 300 leftists repulsed [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Attack on embassy by 300 leftists repulsed SAN SALVADOR. Wed. About 3M leftists attacked the US embassy yesterday, some firing ?;uns and screaming: 'We will take the embassy!" They said US Marine guards and Salvadoran troops used tear gas to repel the invaders, who climbed the embassy fence but were

A DOUBLE BLOW FOR CARTER'S ELECTION HOPES [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A DOUBLE BLOW FOR CARTER'S ELECTION HOPES WASHINGTON, Wednesday PRESIDENT Carter's hopes of fighting off Senator Edward Kennedy's 1980 election challenge have suffered a double blow with the loss of the support of the mayor of Chicago's and the defection of an administration aide. Mayor Jane Byrne declared in Chicago

Govt suit against police dismissed [ARTICLE]

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Govt suit against police dismissed PHILADELPHIA, Wed. A controversial law suit charging the entire Philadelphia police force with using widespread and systematic brutality" was dismissed by a district court judge yesterday. The suit, the first of its kind, was filed by former attorney general, Mr Griffin Bell on his last

BRITAIN STEPS UP COVERT WAR ON IRA [ARTICLE]

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BRITAIN STEPS UP COVERT WAR ON IRA LONDON, Wed. The British Government has intensified its undercover war against Irish Republican Army guerillas in strife-torn Northern Ireland, Mr Humphrey Atkins, Britain's Northern Ireland Secretary, disclosed last night. But, he said in a rare official reference to covert army and police operations,

Big Mac fails [ARTICLE]

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Big Mac fails MOSCOW, Wed. A proposal to sell Big Mac hamburgers at the 1980 Moscow Olympics has failed to materalise. A McDonalds lawyer negotiating the plan left Moscow yesterday without wrapping up the deal and it appears the plan may be dead. UPI

HK's no El Dorado for one immigrant [ARTICLE]

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HK's no El Dorado for one immigrant HONGKONG, Wed. At least one Illegal Immigrant from among the thousands that have sneaked In this month has found that Hongkong's streets are not paved with gold. Snrnamed Luk, he surrendered to the police today and asked to be sent back to China.

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The watch that lasts a lifetime takes a year to make It takes Rolex craftsmen a year to make each Rolex.They start with a solid block of 18ct gold or surgical stainless steel, and, in 162 separate operations, turn it into a seamless Oyster case. Into this impervious case, they

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Reds bar their leader from elections [ARTICLE]

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Reds bar their leader from elections His support for Indira a likely reason NEW DELHI, Wednesday IN AN unprecedented development, pro-Sovi-et Indian Communist Party chairman Shripad Amrit Dange has been denied permission by his own party to contest the forthcoming Indian elections to be held in early January. Reports said

A million Muslim pilgrims converge on Mecca [ARTICLE]

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A million Muslim pilgrims converge on Mecca BEIRUT, Wed. About one million Muslim pilgrims converged on Mecca's Mount Arafat yesterday to climax a four-day annual ritual. Despite recent oil price hikes that increased air fares, the official Saudi Press Agency said a record number made the pilgrimage. A total of

Mandy's reply gets into book of quotations [ARTICLE]

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Mandy's reply gets into book of quotations LONDON, Wed. You don't have to be dead these days to get into a book of quotations, and Mandy Rice-Da vies has made it into a classic. Mandy, a pretty blonde who now lives in Israel, was one of the much-photograph-ed call girls

Swiss asylum for Czech tennis star [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Swiss asylum for Czech tennis star CZECH tennis star Hana Strachonova, 18, sparkles for the camera after she was granted asylum in Switzerland on Tuesday. Hana, who is ranked No. 4 in Czechoslovakia, has been living in Zurich for a while before deciding to defect. AP picture.

Begin minister: We should talk with the PLO if... [ARTICLE]

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Begin minister: We should talk with the PLO if... JERUSALEM, Wednesday A LEADING member of Prime Minister Menachem Begins cabinet says Israel should talk with the Palestine Liberation Organisation if it abandons its declared aim of destroying the Jewish state. Interior Minister Josef Burg, 70, who doubles as the chief

New, safer channels for ships in Hormuz [ARTICLE]

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New, safer channels for ships in Hormuz MUSCAT, Wed. All vessels plying the Golf Straits jf Hormuz must use new channels north of the present ones from next Monday, Oman's Foreign Ministry Lnder-Secretary, Yoaof Al-Alawl, said in an Interview today. He said the new passages, which fall within Oman's territorial

In other words... [ARTICLE]

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In other words... It didn't look like a biscuit box, did it? I have always felt thai it might Composer Noel Coward's comments on the Taj Mahal quoted in the Oxford Dictionary of Quotations.

Men break up women's march [ARTICLE]

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Men break up women's march TEHERAN, Wed. A big crowd of men, some armed with knives, dispersed several hundred women who marched through central Teheran yesterday to back demands for equal rights with men. The women, dressed mainly in Western clothes, chanted "equality o( men and women must be carried

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Asia worse off now than after '73 squeeze [ARTICLE]

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Asia worse off now than after '73 squeeze TOKYO, Wednesday THIS year's series of oil price hikes by the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries is hitting the economies of Asian developing countries harder than the 1973 oil squeeze, the Bank of Japan said in a report today. Virtually all the

Workers tell Hua: We disapprove of support for Thatcher [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Workers tell Hua: We disapprove of support for Thatcher LONDON, Wednesday CHINESE Chairman Hua Guofeng paid his respects today to Karl Marx, the father of communism, and was told by grave diggers that they disapprove of his support for British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Waving banners of greeting, members of

No grand tippers but still popular [ARTICLE]

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No grand tippers but still popular LONDON, Wed. Chairman Hua Guofeng and his Chinese communist entourage may not be the biggest tippers ever seen around Claridge's elegant hotel. But they are winning friends anyway. Unlike most of Claridge's patrons who bestow generous tips even for small services, staff members say

Bokassa's children [ARTICLE]

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Bokassa's children BERNE, Wed. Switzerland said yesterday it has given special identity cards to 20 children of deposed Emperor Bokassa who are attending Swiss schools. "They have been issued with special diplomatic identity cards and will be allowed to remain in Switzerland," a Foreign Ministry spokesman said. But we have

Thais third [ARTICLE]

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Thais third BANGKOK, Wed. Thailand has replaced Indonesia as the world's third largest producer of tin, a United Nations report said today. AFP

'Britain in for worst slump in five years' [ARTICLE]

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'Britain in for worst slump in five years' LONDON, Wednesday BRITAIN is heading for the worst economic recession in five years, the Confederation of British Industry warned today. "Immediate prospects are gloomy and the future is worrying," the CBI said, pointing out that business confidence had "slumped" over the past

Getting paid to be a housewife [ARTICLE]

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Getting paid to be a housewife BERNE, Wed. Women in Switzerland would get the right to cash payments from their husbands for staying home as housewives under a proposed law announced by the government here today. This would be in addition to housekeeping expenses from the nusband and would be

Quicker reading [ARTICLE]

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Quicker reading BEIJING, Wed. CUu'i If tilt tiwiffM, <ac Pe*ptet Dally, wifibe printed In Hf rtfg tram t— if ww M Out pe*pfe the Brittak r*l*ay <■»■ read It mwe qnlrkly, a ■pakeamaa far (kepaper mil today. Tie dally, «rgaa *f the CMatM Cwnnubt Party, In at preaeat teat to

Poles snap up cars fished out of river [ARTICLE]

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Poles snap up cars fished out of river WARSAW, Wed. Slxty-oae cars have been fished oat of the River Vistula aad sold to eager PoUsh hidden. many of whom paid way above the showroom price, the aew»paper Sktwo Powsaeeue reported today. The can, Potokl Flats aad Yugoslav Zastavas, weat dowu

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Green light for freer travel from West to East Germany [ARTICLE]

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Green light for freer travel from West to East Germany BONN, Wednesday EAST AND WEST Germany yesterday announced two landmark agreements that officials said would allow freer travel between the two countries especially by those from the West. The agreements abolished individual dues paid at border points by drivers of

WORLD BRIEFS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WORLD BRIEFS SWEDISH security police have "taken charge" of a Soviet technician who has asked for political asylum, the newspaper Expressen reported yesterday. It said police were hiding and protecting him until he decided freely whether he would meet a Soviet embassy representative. The refugee, 36, asked for asylum last

Troops kill 200, say reports [ARTICLE]

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Troops kill 200, say reports NDJAMENA, Wed. Cameroun para-comman-dos massacred at least two hundred people, including all children over five years, and the men and women of five villages in a "clean-up campaign" in north Cameroun, according to reports here today. Witnesses who fled the area told AFP the para-comman-dos

Press blamed for minister's suicide [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Press blamed for minister's suicide PARIS.Wad. OUTRAGED politicians today blamed press accusations for the suicide of France's Labour Minister, Robert Boulin, whose body was found in a forest yesterday an event that has unleashed a political storm. Newspaper articles had accused Mr Boulin of involvement in a dubious property deal

In other words... [ARTICLE]

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In other words... I PREFER death to suspicion even though the truth is clear. Robert Boulin in one of his suicide letters.

Hunger strike by dissidents [ARTICLE]

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Hunger strike by dissidents MOSCOW. Wed. About 200 prisoners in Soviet labour camps and prisons refused food yesterday in an unofficial "Political Prisoners Day" protest, Moscow dissidents said. Details of the protest, which has taken place each year since 1974, were given at a press conference by the unofficial "Helsinki"

Zimbabwe talks: One up for Britain [ARTICLE]

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Zimbabwe talks: One up for Britain LONDON, Wed. Britain's hopes of getting agreement at the Zimbabwe peace talks improved yesterday when its Commonwealth partners side-stepped guerilla pressure on them to take a hard line on British proposals to rule the country directly before inde- pendence. After a two-and-a-half hour meeting,

Politicians are the least trusted [ARTICLE]

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Politicians are the least trusted TOKYO, Wed. Lew I than two out of 111 Japanese trade unionists trust politicians, and even fortune tellers Inspire more faith than some, according to a nurvej published today. A survey made last July by a private body formed by three big laponr union organisation*

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SMOOTH FLOWING WITH OPENING OF NEW ROAD [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SMOOTH FLOWING WITH OPENING OF NEW ROAD THE cnee heavily congested Boklt Timafc/ Seraag«*n and Rorhor Canal Road areas kave now been transformed Into smooth flawing thmnghfares tkaaka to the opening of the new Bukh Ttmah iUad Northern Carriageway. The 549-metre raad, bnllt at rat of $2.1 million and stretching

Reminder to report change of address [ARTICLE]

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Reminder to report change of address SINGAPOREANS are reminded to report any change of address within two weeks. A Home Affairs Minister statement yesterday said the penalty for not doing so is a jail term of up to five years or a fine of up to $5,000, or both. Report

Supervisory management course [ARTICLE]

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Supervisory management course A 10-SESSION supervisory management course for supervisors and those aspiring for supervisory posts will be held by the University of Singapore extramural studies department from Tuesday. Classes to be conducted by Mr Henry Meyer will be held at the Bukit Timah joint campus Nissen Hut 8A on

On business English [ARTICLE]

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On business English YMCA will conduct a threemonth course on Business English at its Orchard Road premises on Wednesdays from Nov 7. Fee (or members is $30 and $35 for others.

'Greater say in decision making for workers' call [ARTICLE]

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'Greater say in decision making for workers' call THE National Productivity Board chairman, Dr Lee Chiaw Meng, has called for greater industrial democracy and greater opportunities for workers to be involved in making decisions and exercising judgement and initiative. This is because a new breed of workers here, who will

Telecoms open house [ARTICLE]

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Telecoms open house TELECOMS will hold an open house at Geylang Telephone Exchange at 40, Lorong 41, Geylang on Nov 3 and 4 from 9 a.m. to 6 p m each day. Among the exhibits to be displayed at this open house are antique telephones and live electronic telephone switching

Chua's date [ARTICLE]

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Chua's date THE Minister for Home Affairs. Mr Chua Sian Chin. will attend the Vigilante Corps annual dinner and dance at Neptune Theatre Restaurant tomorrow at 7.30 p.m.

Dubbing in Mandarin: Public is not keen [ARTICLE]

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Dubbing in Mandarin: Public is not keen LEONG WENG KAM By PUBLIC reaction to the RTS invitation for views on its move to dub dialect television drama serials in Mandarin has come thick and fast and is overwhelmingly against the exercise. More than 100 letters were sent in by viewers,

'Eighties will see higher health, safety norms' [ARTICLE]

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'Eighties will see higher health, safety norms STRINGENT safety and health enforcement at work places, better protection and realistic forms of compensation will be essential features for the worker in the 80s. They must match the levels of a better educated, higher skilled workforce of the 80s, the Senior Parliamentary

Dental clinics open to adults too [ARTICLE]

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Dental clinics open to adults too THE Health Ministry has extended the facilities at two school dental centres to adults requiring dental treatment. The School Dental Centre at Pegu Road and the Institute of Health School Dental Centre have been accordingly re-designated Pegu Road Dental Centre and Institute of Health

Youth Ship Nite [ARTICLE]

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Youth Ship Nite SINGAPORE participants of the Ship for South-east Asian Youth Programme (1975), plan to hold a Youth Ship Nile (or all former participants in December. For more details contact Francis Han at tel XXXXX9 during lunchtime.

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LIGHTING FOR Ml Park Complex from 2 p.m. 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. on week SKIM DISPLAY an j to 10 p.m. On till Sunday. j days and 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. illustrated talk by Mr J. COLOUR PHOTO- on weekends and public B. Harris, a specialist on GRAPHIC

No-string guarantees to banks to finance exports [ARTICLE]

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No-string guarantees to banks to finance exports rHE Export Credit Insurance Corporation of Singapore will give unconditional guarantees to banks for financing exports at preferental interest rates from today. rhe aim is to make Singapore exporters more competitive in foreign markets, says a statement from the government-backed ECICS. (Tnder the

Piano concert [ARTICLE]

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Piano concert THE Ministy of Culture will present a concert. Duo Fourhand Piano, by Bracha Eden and Alexander Tamir at the DBS auditorium, Shenton Way, on Nov 5 at 8 p.m.

Wealth of facts on our fast vanishing poor [ARTICLE]

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Wealth of facts on our fast vanishing poor THE Singaporean family which earns less than $200 a month still exists although it is fast becoming extinct. latest official figures from a survey said such families make up only 1.3 per cent of our society by May last year down from

HOLBROOKE LEAVES AFTER ASEAN TOUR [ARTICLE]

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HOLBROOKE LEAV ES AFTER ASEAN TOUR THE American Secretary of State for East Asia and the Pacific, Mr Richard Holbrooke, left for home yesterday after a one-day visit to the Republic Mr Holbrooke, who has been on a fact-find-ing tour of Asean for the past few days, arrived from Koala

Mum is the last word in happiness [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mum is the last word in happiness SIT MENG CHUE By BITTEN by the travel bag, Mrs Wlnnifred Payne, 58, left her Tamplnea home for "greeaer pasture*" In Arizona, Catted States, shortly after World War Two. The Tamplaes she knew before she em* barked on her adveatare was on* of

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Straits Times Crossword ACROSS tacked (9) 4 Irresponsible movement? (5) 1 Diffusion o( big doctor and lit- 5 Agency to detect rather lefttle sister (7). heavyweight? (9) 5 Purple dog needed to restore 6 Marriage for Jack? (5) pillows, perhaps (5 2) 7 Book of medicine, as for 9 Crisp

THE EARLY BIRDS CATCH THE KUSU LAUNCHES [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE EARLY BIRDS CATCH THE KUSU LAUNCHES A RIVER M humanity flewed Mcnm tke sea yesterday morning to Kara Island a«nie of the tortoise and the This line of tor falthfnl hegaa at Clifford Pier at the break sf the holiday dawn. Many rot up early to beat the rash.

Pioneer class in Mandarin for 20 Poly staff [ARTICLE]

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Pioneer class in Mandarin for 20 Poly staff Mandarin classes began on Monday for 20 members of the Singapore Polytechnic's academic and non-academic staff. Most of them were Chinese, but also in the group were Indians, Malays, an American, a Briton and a Burmese. So far, 40 of the institute's

Young grads [ARTICLE]

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Young grads PEOPLES Action Party Kirn Ket Branch Committee will hold a kindegarten graduation ceremony at Pei Dao Secondary School on Nov 10 a 7.30 p.m. Minister for Communications, Mr OgTeng Cheong, who is also MP for Kirn Keat, will attend.

Technical centre coining up, too Preparing the ground for Cummins' diesel factory [ARTICLE]

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Technical centre coining up, too Preparing the ground for Cummins' diesel factory PAUL JANSEN By Our Jurong Reporter CUMMINS South Asia will break ground in Jurong next year for its $12 million diesel plant and technical centre. The factory and technical centre will be built on five hectares of land

Navy ball [ARTICLE]

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Navy ball THE Republic of Singapore Navy will hold a New Year's Eve ball at the Oasis Theatre Nightclub on Dec 31.

Seminar on non-formal education [ARTICLE]

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Seminar on non-formal education A SEMINAR on Non-for-mal Education will take place at the Singapore Science Centre on Friday at 9.30 a.m. It is organised by the Science Centre, the National Museum, Botanic Gardens. Coralarium, Fort Siloso, Surrender Chamber, Maritime Museum, Jurong Bird Park, Singapore Zoological Gardens and the Van

Girl pipers wanted [ARTICLE]

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Girl pipers wanted THE Queenstown community centre is recruiting members for its girl pipers' group. Application forms and details are available at the centre, tel XXXXX0.

At Ghim Moh [ARTICLE]

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At Ghim Moh GHIM MOH community centre will organise courses on beauty cultue and skin care, tailoring for men, tai chi chuan, swimming for children (elementary, intermediate, special), western cooking and art for children next month. Those interested should ring call XXXXX0 between 3 p.m. and 9 p.m.

Dutch editors due for study visit [ARTICLE]

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Dutch editors due for study visit THREE Dutch newspaper editors will arrive today to study Singapore's economic development. Messrs Jacob De Jong, 53, Barend Maaskant, 61, and Abraham Jan Oosterwik, 42, will be accompanied by Mr Johannes Starrenburg. Mr Starrenburg is the deputy public relations manager of the Nedlloyd Group,

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Grow is meant for parents [ARTICLE]

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Grow is meant for parents I'MH Education Ministry publication, Grow, is meant for parents and teacheis. not school children, its managing editor Miss lisa Sharp said yesterday. >he said the ministry had sent order forms for the January issue to teachers and parents via the schools. But because parents thus

On managing libraries [ARTICLE]

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On managing libraries THE University of Singapore Kxiramual Studies Department will start an eijjhi i«m ture course in the organis;ition and management of small libraries from tomorrow at the Bukit Timah joint campus N:ssen Hut SA. Classes, to be held on JYiday evenings, will be led hy Mrs Mary Tan.

HARD BARGAINING FOR WAGE PACT [ARTICLE]

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HARD BARGAINING FOR WAGE PACT HARD bargaining lies ahead for the managements of 11 local banks and the Singapore Bank Employees' Union in their efforts to draw up a master collective agreement, New Nation reported yesterday. This is because the pay proposals of both parties are at variance. The group

'High skill Japan industries won't shift here yet' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'High skill Japan industries won't shift here yet' LEE KIM CHEW By HIGH technology industries are unlikely to move out of Japan to Singapore in the foreseeable future, a visiting Japanese executive said yesterday. Mr Kazuo Otani, a director and general manager of Toshiba's medical equipment division, said this yesterday

Teochew opera [ARTICLE]

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Teochew opera TEOCHEW opera fans will be treated to a Chinese classic, The Three Smiles, at the Victoria Theatre from Nov 15 to 18, from 7.45 p.m. nightly. The opera is held in conjunction with the 67th anniversay of the Er Woo Amateur Musical and Dramatic Association. •Free tickets are

CC tour [ARTICLE]

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CC tour BOON Lay community centre youth group will bold a fiveday tour of Genting Highlands, Penang, Ipob and Cameron Highlands nest month. Interested members can tel XXXXX5 or XXXXX941.

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Chettiar Temple being rebuilt [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Chettiar Temple being rebuilt K.S. SIDHU By THE 12«->f»r-old Chettiar Temple la Tank Bead to being rebuilt at a c«* «f $2 mllll*a. Work to expected to be eempletea in tw* yean. Tke aew temple will have a huge reception and wedding hall to cater to Slagapwea— a temple trustee

'Institute can be high quality research centre' [ARTICLE]

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'Institute can be high quality research centre' THE Institute of South-east Asian Studies in Singapore could become a centre for advanced high quality research in this region, according to its 1978-79 annual report It has already made a good beginning, judging by its growing scholarly and research standing and credibility

On analysing a balance sheet [ARTICLE]

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On analysing a balance sheet A FINANCIAL analysis course on the meanings and implications of various items of a balance sheet and profit and loss statement to enable a person to evaluate the worth of a business, will be held at the National Museum Theatrette from tomorrow. The six-lecture course,

CC tour [ARTICLE]

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CC tour MOUNTBATTEN community centre is organising a tour of the city on Saturday from 9 p.m. The fee is $6 per person. For details, telephone XXXXX7.

Lightning kills man on prawn catching trip [ARTICLE]

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Lightning kills man on prawn catching trip A HARI RAYA Haji holiday prawn-catching trip ended in tragedy when one of the nine people was killed by lightning yesterday afternoon. Last night police identified the dead man as Mr Gui Tai Choon. 29, of Starlight Road, off Rangoon Road. They were

UN Day buffet [ARTICLE]

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UN Day buffet THE United Nations Association of Singapore will hold a special buffet to mark UN Day at the Holiday Inn on Nov 17 I at 6.% p.m. Details are available from Mr Peter Koh at tel XXXXX36 or Miss Aw Siaw Peng at XXXXX07.

Give blood [ARTICLE]

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Give blood THE Mobile Blood Bank will be stationed at the Kampung Eunos community centre on Sunday from 10a.m. to 4.30 p.m.

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Hotels can act against those who ask for tips [ARTICLE]

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Hotels can act against those who ask for tips MANAGEMENTS of hotels and restaurants which levy a service charge wiU get a free hand to take action against workers who ask for tips from next May, New Nation reported yesterday. This is one of many tough measures the government has

'Don't be ashamed of Singapore English' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Don't be ashamed of Singapore English' IRENE NGOO By SINGAPOREANS must shed their inhibitions when speaking English. Although they may not speak the Queen's English, their standard is nothing to be ashamed of, said a visiting British external examiner of English language, speech and drama, Mr Paul Gotch. "Singapore English

Learn how to deal with people [ARTICLE]

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Learn how to deal with people EXECUTIVES and administrators who wish to learn how to deal with people in organisation can enrol in an eight-lecture course on organisational behaviour which will start today. The course, held by the University of Singapore's Extramural Studies Department, will be led by Dr Lawrence

Brahms night [ARTICLE]

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Brahms night THE Goethe-Institut (Singapore branch) will present a concert by the Brahms Quartet and Stephan Blaumer (Viola) at the National Museum Art Gallery on Nov 7 at 8 p.m. Admission is free.

Applications to be VAOs under review [ARTICLE]

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Applications to be VAOs under review THE Muslim Counselling Services of the Singapore Narcotics Association will review and assess applications for volunteer aftercare officers this month. The recruitment campaign, which has set a target of 2.000 volunteers, was launched in mosques here last Friday. It aims at recruiting aftercare officers

Malay opera [ARTICLE]

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Malay opera A TRADITIONAL Malay opera, Bangsawan Puten Gunung Ledang. will be held at Victoria Theatre on Saturday and Sunday at 8 p.m. It is presented by the Ministry ol Culture and RTS.

Traders told of China's potential areas [ARTICLE]

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Traders told of China's potential areas VAST potential exists in China for local businessmen and industrialists to set up either factories or joint ventures in the food, textile and light industries, electrical and electronic components and service industries. The president of the I Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry,

Call for boost to Asean tourism [ARTICLE]

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Call for boost to Asean tourism DELEGATES from the tourist industry in Singapore and Malaysia have called on their governments to make air travel in Asean more popular by devising attractive fare packages. This call as made among other requests from 120 representatives who attended two days of talks on

Villa will reopen on holidays, Sundays [ARTICLE]

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Villa will reopen on holidays, Sundays THE Singable Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry has decided to reopen the Sun Vat Sen Villa in Tai Gin Road, off Balestier Road, on public holidays and Sundays to visitors. According to a Chinese daily, the chamber has also decided to sell drinks

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The 80,000th refugee will fly out this week [ARTICLE]

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The 80,000th refugee will fly out this week KUALA LUMPUR, Wed THE 80,000 th Vietnamese refugee to leave Malaysia for resettlement will be flown out of the country later this week, a refugee official said today. Mr Dennis McNamara, deputy regional represen- j lative for the United Nations High Commissioner

Three parties to vie for Manicka seat [ARTICLE]

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Three parties to vie for Manicka seat M. G. G. PILLAI By Our correspondent in Kuala Lumpur AT least three political parties are expected to field candidates on nomination day, Nov 15, for the Pelabohan Kelang (Port Klang) by-election caused by the death of the Transport Minister, Tan Sri V.

2,511 teachers promoted [ARTICLE]

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2,511 teachers promoted KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. A total of 2,511 teachers have become headmasters and senior assistants as a result of the Education Ministry's school regrading exercise. The exercise, aimed at improving the administration of education at school level, involved 764 secondary and 4,333 primary schools. NST.

Tortoises protected [ARTICLE]

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Tortoises protected KUALA TRENGGANU, Wed. The Trengganu Government has gazetted three tortoise breeding areas in Pasir Temir, Lubok Kawah and Petasih along the Trengganu River as prohibited areas. A spokesman of the Game Department here said yesterday the move was aimed at preserving the animals from extinction. NST.

'No cause yet for alarm' [ARTICLE]

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No cause yet for alarm' KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. The situation in Kampuchea has not reached a stage that calls for an alarmist response from Malaysia, Defence Minister Datuk Amar Haji Taib Mahmud said here today. But he assured the public that the government was watching the situation in Indochina closely

'Finland not aware of arms sale offer' [ARTICLE]

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'Finland not aware of arms sale offer' HELSINKI, Wed. Finnish authorities responded cautiously today to reports that Finland may be planning to sell weapons to Malaysia. Malaysian Defence Minister Datuk Abdul Taib Mahmud said in Kuala Lumpur yesterday that a weapons sale deal was proposed by Finnish Foreign Trade Minister

Gunboats [ARTICLE]

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Gunboats The Finnish Defence Ministry also said it knew nothing about the offer. Finland makes small arms including assault rifles, but a greater attraction in Malaysian eyes would probably be the gunboats produced by Finland's Waertsilae Oy company. These are built for rapid, easy travel in the broken and shallow

EXPO OF THE LATEST IN ARMS [ARTICLE]

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EXPO OF THE LATEST IN ARMS KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. The latest in military hardware, including missile guidance and computer systems, will be on display for Asian buyers here next year. Called "The Asian Defence Expo 80", the exhibition will feature products of over 150 international producers of military equipment, a

Security meet [ARTICLE]

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Security meet IPOH. Wed A joint meeting of the state security committees of Perlis, Kedah, Penang and Perak will be held here next month to co-> rdinate efforts against the communist terrorists. NST.

Gambling plans spoilt by armed robbery [ARTICLE]

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Gambling plans spoilt by armed robbery K. LUMPUR, Wad. A CONTRACTOR and two friends decided to watch a gambling scene on TV before leaving for the casino on Genting Highlands last night. But three robbers walked in and took $32,000 in cash and valuables. The three robbers, two armed with

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Tour man loses dispute over draft [ARTICLE]

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Tour man loses dispute over draft A TRAVEL agent lost his dispute with a Hongkong finance rompany in the I High Court over the right to a $60,000 bank draft which the agent bought in Singapore. The Chief Justice, Mr Wee Chong Jin, rejected the claim of the travel agent,

Kolam Ayer hopes to 'jog in' $50,000 [ARTICLE]

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Kolam Ayer hopes to 'jog in' $50,000 THE Kolam Ayer constituency will hold a jogathon next* March to collect funds for its community centre, the MP for Kolam Ayer, Mr Sidek bin Saniff, said yesterday. He said the jogathon is expected to bring in $50,000 to the centre's fund. The

Telecoms on services for next decade [ARTICLE]

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Telecoms on services for next decade ALICE WONG By A SERIES of telecommunications services planned for the next decade by Telecoms teleview, telemetering and teleconferencing will be made available to people at a price they can afford. The general manager of Telecoms, Mr Goh Seng Kirn said this at an

S'pore may be model for others: US report [ARTICLE]

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S'pore may be model for others: US report SINGAPORE'S economic strategy, which is being studied by other Asian countres for its investment attraction, may be a model for other countries in South-east Asia. This is one of the conclusions drawn by the American Embassy in its half yearly Economic Trends

YMCA photo course [ARTICLE]

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YMCA photo course THE Young Men's Christian Association will conduct a sixweek intensive course on photograghy for beginners on Tuesdays from 7.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m. and Saturdays from 2.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m. commencing Tuesday, Nov 6. Further information can be obtained from the reception counter of the YMCA

TAIWAN'S STEEL CORP SETS UP OFFICE HERE [ARTICLE]

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TAIWAN'S STEEL CORP SETS UP OFFICE HERE CHINA Steel Corporation has established a representative office here, its second overseas office after New York. Mr David C. I. Wu, the company's assistant vicepresident (commercial) and marketing manager, said this follows Taiwan's recognition of Asean countries as important mar- kets for its

Muslim converts hear sermon in English [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Muslim converts hear sermon in English SOME six to nevei thousand Muslim converts celebrated Harl Kaya Hajl yesterday and beard a sermon In English the tint time It was read this way la Singapore. The sermon, by Imam Syed Hamas Alatas, was to members of a congregation at Alkaff M«Hqoe

11-lecture course on marketing [ARTICLE]

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11-lecture course on marketing AN 11-lecture course on the fundamentals of marketing, to be held by the University of Singapore Extramural Studies Department, will start at the Bukit Timah joint campus new lecture theatre 4 on Nov 8. The course, to be conducted by Mr Tan Teck Huat, aims to

On art [ARTICLE]

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On art PEOPLES Association will hold an eight-session course in Mandarin on art appreciation at Kampung Glam community centre on Thursdays from Nov 15 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

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The Straits Times THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1979 MATTAR'S WAY [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1979 MATTAR'S WAY THE attention given to skills development and retraining of workers to prepare them to cope with the advent of higher technology industries has never been greater than now. Employers have to play a more dynamic role in this process by encouraging

STRICTLY NO TIPPING [ARTICLE]

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STRICTLY NO TIPPING FINALLY we have a campaign with which Singaporeans will only be too happy to comply. Although intended primarily to promote Singapore as a tourist attraction, the drive against tipping by government and the catering industry is a welcome boon to locals as well. It is not yet

Moving up the industrial ladder [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Moving up the industrial ladder DR LEE CHIAW MENG Productivity: Boost should come from labour, capital and technology By ONE of the challenges of Singapore's new industrial policy is the need to increase productivity. In his background paper, "The Second Phase of Industrialisation and its Implications on Productivity for Workers

BY THE BY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BY THE BY "Please tell me when I'm having fun, I don't want to miss anything."

US elections and the ad men [ARTICLE]

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US elections and the ad men NEW YORK: Like American beers, presidential candidates these days are all pretty much the same heavily watered for blandness, and too much gas. This homogenizing of candidates results because the American presidential election has turned into an advertising campaign, complete with market-test studies aimed

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Do something before somebody gets hurt DKiviM. tnrougn uironf Kerubut (off Ctiua Chi Kang Road) every morn ing is like manoeuvring your way through crateis. Heavy rain and the in crease in heavy traffic has brought on this haz ardous road condition. Despite its lurking dan gers, motorists still resori

Difference in charges was omitted [LETTER]

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Difference in charges was omitted THANK you for publishing our reply to "Subscriber" (ST. Oct 23) However, I must draw your attention to a typographical omission which, regrettably, has changed the meaning of my reply. The reply as published stated: "in the latter case, he has to pay the extra

People want to be more convinced [LETTER]

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People want to be more convinced Test samples of tap water from homes THE Public Utilities Board has said that our tap water is safe ro drink, and that tests are carried out daily to ensure this (ST, Oct 25). But has the board considered that the water travels a

I feel I have no choice but to boil tap water [LETTER]

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I feel I have no choice but to boil tap water T^i^^Kctricity^^M PUB: No) need > to boil > drinking kWaterJ Straits Times, Oct 27. I REFER to your report, "PUB: No need to boil drinking water" (ST, Oct 25). I have been residing on a 9th floor flat at

In high-rise flats the water is full of sediment [LETTER]

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In high-rise flats the water is full of sediment THE Public Utilities Board assures us that it is unnecessary to boil water as it is perfectly safe for drinking straight from the tap (ST. Oct 25). This may be true for water from taps in homes that are not more

PA: We ensure undesirable films not shown [LETTER]

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PA: We ensure undesirable films not shown I REFER to the complaint, "Film shows that run counter to PA's worthwhile objectives" (ST, Oct 9). On checking we have found that the films mentioned by "Ear-shatted Resident were not screened by the Mountbatten Community Centre but by one of the seventh

Charge a flat fare [LETTER]

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Charge a flat fare WITH reference to the letter by "Pay and Pay" (ST, Oct 16), I would like to make a few comments. Daily commuting has given me a chance to observe SBS conductors and commuters alike. Nonpaying children often occupy seats, even during the peak hours. The tolerance

Four more buses being added to Service 143 [LETTER]

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Four more buses being added to Service 143 I REFER to the letter by "Commuter" requesting for more buses to be added to Services 30 and 143 (ST, Oct 13). The operating fleet of Service 143 has recently been strengthened by two buses, bringing the total to 18 buses operating

Unreasonable to charge same fee for all flats [LETTER]

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Unreasonable to charge same fee for all flats WHEREAS all private developers and the Housing Board base their maintenance fees on the selling prices or the floor area, it is surprising to note that the HUDC intends to increase its maintenance fees from $50 to $65 for all categories of

Risky trying to cross this road [LETTER]

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Risky trying to cross this road WOULD the authorities please consider building a pedestrian bridge in front of Block 32, Chai Chee Avenue, for the benefit of residents and workers as well as children who will be attending the Tamasek Primary School next January. At present, it is very risky

Trying to bridge the years [LETTER]

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Trying to bridge the years I AM most anxious to contact an Indian friend of mine and his family who I hope still Uve in Singapore. I shall be spending a few days on holiday in Singapore early next January and, if possible, would like to meet Mr Lnchman Singh

It's nonsense to say the elderly don't enjoy Mandarin films [LETTER]

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It's nonsense to say the elderly don't enjoy Mandarin films IT IS nonsense to say that the older generation of Chinese TV viewers does not understand nor enjoy programmes shown in Mandarin. How about those popular programmes Justice Pao and Love Lingers On just to mention two? I and members

Unnecessary wait at traffic lights [LETTER]

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Unnecessary wait at traffic lights WOULD the Traffic Police and PWD look into the unnecessary wait by motorists at the traffic lights at the junction of Lorong 1 Geylang and Boon Keng Road each morning? While the lights allow traffic from Boon Keng Road to turn right into Lorong 1,

How to establish 'roots' in one's culture [LETTER]

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How to establish 'roots' in one's culture I REFER to the letters, "Hearts must be won over not only minds," by Mr Kong Siong Kwong and "Don't carry language campaign to extremes," by "Aries" with regard to the "Promote the Use of Mandarin" campaign (ST, Oct 3). The views of

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RUBBER [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER THE TOKYO rubber market yesterday closed 0.1 to 0.9 yen lower in moderate trading, except December which was 1.2 yen higher, dealers said. The market ruled firmer until early afternoon following higher overseas advices overnight and the fall of the yen against the US dollar. But towards the close

TIN [ARTICLE]

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TIN THE LONDON market on Tuesday saw tin rising £40 for cash and E25 for Three Months Standard and up £40 for cash and £20 for Three Months High Grade. Dealers said the metal remained steady despite a general dip in the metal on currency fluctuations. Sources said this pointed

Gold [ARTICLE]

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Gold THE Hongkong international gold price yesterday closed at the day's high Ol US$3BOOO 381.00 an ounce on short-cover-ing towards the close, dealers said. The price eased in the moming on long-liquidation, with activity slowed around midsession, before the short-cover-ing towards the close. Operators are cautious ahead of today's US

Money and exchages [ARTICLE]

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Money and exchages THE HONGKONG foreign exchange yesterday saw the yen firming to a late 237.50/70 against the US dollar from an early 238.45/55 and an overnight 238.10/20 close in New York in active afternoon trading, on news the former Japanese IMF director urged the Japanese government to adopt a

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H'kong [ARTICLE]

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H'kong HONGKONG, Wed. The market closed firmer yesterday as (ear of a possible increase in local prime interest rate diminished slightly with the strength of the Hongkong dollar in Tuesday's London foreign exchange market, dealers said. Trading volume increased moderately with dealers attributing it to switching of investment funds back

Tokyo [ARTICLE]

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Tokyo TOKYO, Wed. Share prices closed higher in moderate trading yesterday, led by petroleums, minings, chemicals and trading firms on the strength of the rise by Wall Street, although late profit-tak-ing pared early gains, dealers said. The Nikkei Dow-Jones average rose 37.55 to 6,444.13 points with volume amounting to 300

All-Ordinaries index at record high [ARTICLE]

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All-Ordinaries index at record high SYDNEY, Wed. Situation stocks underpinned a market buoyed by gains in heavyweight energy stocks, dealers said. No trades were posted for Ansett while Bell shares rose $5 to $13.00 on a relatively light turnover. The All Ordinaries index closed 5.12 points up at 692.89 points,

New York closes higher [ARTICLE]

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New York closes higher NEW YORK, Tues. Stocks pushed broadly higher in moderate trading, in the best rally in five weeks. The action was in marked contrast to Thursday's when Wall Street passed the 50th anniversary of the great crash without a tremor. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 14

Amsterdam share prices end on mixed note [ARTICLE]

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Amsterdam share prices end on mixed note AMSTERDAM, Tues. Share prices closed mixed with Akzo unchanged and Hoogovens up 0.10 guilder in otherwise lower Dutch internationals, dealers said. Investment funds were higher except for Rorento which lost 0.40 after its half yearly report yesterday, while KLM put on one, Amev

London share prices ease move lower [ARTICLE]

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London share prices ease move lower LONDON, Tues. Prices turned lower in active trading after a firm opening, dealers said. Selling developed following the CBI industrial trends survey, which was seen as depressing, dealers added. At 3 pm, the FT index was down 6.2 at 440.6. Industrial leaders were mainly

Selected Indices [ARTICLE]

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Selected Indices FINANCIAL TIMEB INDUBTRIALB Tuesday unav Monday 44*8 Week Ago 4620 DOW JONEB AVERAGE INDUSTRIALS Tuesday unav Monday 806 82 Week ago 808.83 H.K.HANG SENG Wednesday 674.18 Tuesday 062.22 Week ago 857.80 SYDNEY INDUSTRIALS Wednesday 545.92 Tuesday 542.93 Week ago 541.55 ALL ORDINARIES Wednesday 692.88 Tuesday .687.77 Week ago

Consplant transfer delayed [ARTICLE]

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Consplant transfer delayed CONSOLIDATED Plantations Ltd plans for the transfer of its domicile to Malaysia have been delayed by the recent withdrawal of exchange controls in Britain. In an announcement on Tuesday, the company said the UK move which became effective from Oct 24 has made it necessary to amend,

M. Credit gives up plan for stake in JC-MPH [ARTICLE]

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M. Credit gives up plan for stake in JC-MPH MALAYAN Credit has abandoned its plan to secure a 20 per cent interest in the Jack Chia MPH group. The surprise decision was made on Tuesday following the ruling of the Securities Industry Council (SIC) that the property group will be

Kulim (M) expects to double its earnings [ARTICLE]

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Kulim (M) expects to double its earnings The Company was incorporated in July, 1975 and commenced trading in November,l97s. Earnings per share are annualised for the period of operations. Earnings per share are adjusted for changes in the issued capital of the Company. The results for 1978 were affected by

PAN-ELECTRIC RIGHTS ISSUE [ARTICLE]

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PAN-ELECTRIC RIGHTS ISSUE FOLLOWING its improved interim results which saw pre-tax profits recovering to $948,000. Pan-Electric Industries is now proposing a rights issue of $15.9 million convertible unsecured loan stock. In an announcement, the company said the loan stock expiring in 1987 will be issued at par on the basis

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mJ jkM Lm PUBUC UTILITIES \*\j BOARD SENOKO POWER STATION INVITATION TO TEMDER The Public Utilities Boord invites tenders tor the construction and completion ot the following items ot work tor the third stage development of Senoko Power Station in the Republic of Singapore Circulating Water Conduit*, Pumphouae, Intaka and

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NOTICE OF REMOVAL CHYEKENGHIN CO.(PTE) LTD. with effect from NOVEMBER 1st 1979 we will be located at 192, WATERLOO STREET, SINGAPORE 0718. TEL: XXXXX31-6 LINES CABLE :"CHYKENINCO" TELEX. CKH RSXXXXX NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, I, Martinus Petrus Maria Castenmiller of No. 4, Joan Road, Singapore, have applied for

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An established public Company based on the East Coast of Sabah is looking for DRESSERS who have the following qualifications and experience: a) At least with trained Assistant Nurse qualification OR a recognised estate dresser's qualification OR equivalent. b) At least 4 years experience as a Dresser. c) Must be

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LEMBAGA PELABUHAN KELANG KENYATAAN TAWARAN NO. qooiio/t* turn) Taw^ren adalan dipeiews daripada Penfrmmig- Pemborong dkMam bMang Kajunitsraan Awam yang berosttar dengan LPK Jslsni Kelas 'AY atau JKR dalam Kales 'A' iKepete I Pecahan Kepale 2) Sana berpengalaman dalam Marine PMng' (bukti mart drojnfukkan) untuk 'Pemfatnaen dan penyiapen oermaga Dolphin di

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Manager (PERISHABLE GOODS DIVISION) This Wholesale and Retail Organisation in Sabah, with Head Office in Kota Kmabalu, requires a responsible Executive with sound practical purchasing, costing and selling experience in Meat and associated chilled/frozen items. The successful applicant will have had a minimum of four years experience in this field

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THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1976 NOTICE UNDER SECTION 141 In accordance with the provision* of Section 141 of the Local Government Act. 1976. notice I* hereby given that the Valuation U»t of Dlatrlct Council Muar Selatan for the areaa of Bandar Maharanl. Parit Jawa. Bukit Bakrl. Buklt Paalr. Pagoh. Panchor.

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AT YOUR SERVICE RATES SECTION INDEX < Telephone Service: XXXXX22 j-J- Vf 1 m^ mim^ lm^^ m^^ Mondov Fridoy 830 o m bOO p rr> Ordmory 70 CUp«U p« ~ord (rm! $10 W I FOR SALE SHOPPING GUIDE "_1 lKn«Centre 900 am -500pm (Mm S4<mi Sondoy Jms VII TRAVEL RESTAURANTS

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II EMPLOYMENT FOREIGN CONSTRUCTION FIRM requires Female Clerks. Interested applicants please apply The Advertiser. P.O. Box 9. Spore 9150 GENERAL CLERK Possessing GCE 'O' level certificate with some knowledge of book-keeping, required by Jurong factory Able to type 30 wpm neatly and accurately. Apply P.O. Box 2729. Spore 9047. GENERAL

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oe PERSONAL ASSISTANT Distinction In English CA 1 level and Maths °O' level Experience: 3 years and above Female aged 21 -30 years Salary $750 pm Conversant In Mandarin Only those currently drawing $800 and above will be considered. Apply in confidence in own hand writing, with full resume, current

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II EMPLOYMENT 31 Situations Vacant Secretarial and Clerical SANKVO INTERNATIONAL (S) PTE LTD. nMJSJeTI STOCK CONTROL/ COSTING CLERK ,n,l.i Accountant nsitiie (or siock control poeUnp 'ostlMK expecled lo do montnlj stork reconciliation i mi complte stock balance Must MM typing pplj in own handwriting KHIiiK penonal details ex|>ei led mom

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An Invitation lo REWARDING AND SATISFYING SALES CAREER (Part-time/ Full-time) I Open tn the RIGHT PERSONS who nil work independently (for ■oatM preferably over age 25) CaN XXXXXS tor an interview A progressive organisation requires FEMALE SALES REPRESENTATIVES c I'leasanl personality c Matured. Independent and creative c Preferably with class

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II EMPLOYMENT GOLDEN OPPORTUNITIES Well eeteMished orger salion invites male and female applicants for the following positions: (A) PROMOTIONAL EXECUTIVES (20 vacancies) Minimum Secondary 4 education (B) PROMOTIONAL OFFICERS (40 vacancies) Minimum Secondary 2 education, any stream > Ability to communicate in Eatllsh or Mandarin and other dla- lects. Those

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SALESGIRLS warned by exclusive Boutique In Orchard Road area Hotel with experience and speak Japanese Pleaee call ■MM SALESGIRLS WANTED URGENTLY by ladles' fashion house al G2S, Queensway Shopping Centre. Interested, please call XXXXX0. SALESGIRLS WANTED FOR a Jewellery Shop Experience 1 preferable. Apply personally G6 Shaw Centre. Scotts Road.

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II EMPLOYMENT A rn#te>l working factory r#^uir#s 3 TRAINEE SPINNERS c Preferably VITB certificate holders 2 HANOYMEN November 3rd to eae Mr. Tan al: BLOCK A. 603 KAPO FACTORY BUILDING. SO PL A VF AIR ROAD, SINGAPORE 1336 i Applications are invited for: (1) T.V. TECHNICIANS (2) TRAINEE TECHNICIANS Requirements:

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requires ASSISTANT FITTERS/ FITTERS c National Trade Certificate Grade 111 In one of the following trades: maintenance fillings, bench fittings or tool and die. plus 1 to 2 years experience In the relevant trade OR 3 to 5 years practical experience In one of the following trades: maintenance fittings, bench

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II EMPLOYMENT TRAINEE ELECTRICIAN CUM Clerk-of-Works required by an Engineering firm Applicants should have completed N.S and have 1 2 years' working experience. If interested, please call XXXXX62 A REPUTABLE AIRCONDITIONING Company requires Alrcondltlon- Ing Mechanics. With/without I experience. Interested applicants please contact Tel: XXXXX65 (5 lines) TONG BROTHERS GROUP

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DESPATCH RIOER REOUIRED v nil own motorbike (.'all persi n.illy at 11-301. 11th floor. Merlin 1 Plaza. tel XXXXX13 I AN ESTABLISHED MANUFACTUR- INQ Company In Jurong requires a Despatch Clerk who possess a i motorbike, completed Sec 2 education Age 18 -24 Interest- t ed please write to: The

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II EMPLOYMENT :haritable organisation Msuiresi ii Driver (lj Handler <> <ennel Assistant For posts <!i md (3). driving advantageous. ipeak and write KnitlisM Intel•sted applicants ring XXXXX39 :LASS 3 LORRY Driver required Preferably staying around I -'lemenli and Jurnng ami* <":il jersonally 58. Tanjonit Penjuru j'pore 2260 Tel XXXXX79 Bus

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II EMPLOYMENT 31 Situations Vacant General EXPERIENCED DELIVERY PERSONNEL r.Miulrf.l r>> furniture compan] Musi possess class 111 driving llrenre and at>l«' 10 s|K-ak KiiKlish Aif abov.- B v than Vl.'i<) per month Telephone 4682*07 FACTORY IN JURONG r.>(juir.-s PRODUCTION WORKERS (1 week morning. 1 week afternoon shift) Male/PemaJe at/fajoperday c

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Wf^JA aM LADIES ANO HOUSEWIVES do you know you can be one of our top Beauty Adviiors In Menard Full ir. iming and Incentives provided Why don't you call at: B78. Golden Mile Towers. Beach Road. Tel. 29T3974. FURNITURE FIRM REQUIRES (111 r.ese Lorry Driver cum Delivery. For appointment. Call

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II EMPLOYMENT HOTEL MMAMAR (S) LTD requires MALE/FEMALE CLEANERS Interested applicants, please apply personally from 10am 3pm or write lo THE HOUSEKEEPING DEPARTMENT IST FLR 401, HAVELOCK ROAO SINGAPORE 0318 Immediate vacancies COMPANY DRIVER a Able to speak simple Knullsh I 2 years of driving expfrienre. preferably as a I

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w •^Starting pay $XXXXX 5 days work weekM I* No shift work M A* No scope work Hi w increment Good Promotional^ 1 arranged transport^! A* Chance to win ITTK colour tv set, m radiosJ^ INTERESTED? Plaase come and apply personally at The Personnel Dept. ITT SINGAPORE PTE. LTD. 3rd

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II EMPLOYMENT Qj Electrolux BE THE FIRST to ioin the Singapore plant of the worldwide and established Swedish household appliances manufacturer. FEMALE PRODUCTION OPERATORS Ws otter c Free uniform Including laundry c Monthly pay c 5-day week c No shift work c No scope work c Paid annual leave, compassionate

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Due lo our rapid expansion, applicants are invited to fill the following positions immediately A) TRAINEE ASSISTANT UNIT MANAGERS (MALE/FEMALE) c No experience required as training will be provided c Minimum GCE O' level, preferably with an 'A' level c Age around 20 to 27 years c Successful candidates will

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II EMPLOYMENT Leading Hotel haa vacancy for the poet el a FRONT OFFICE DUTY MANAGER Candidates should c Have at least 2 years experience In front office operations. a Be conversant with current travel and tourism news. c Possess a pleasant personality, tact and diplomacy In handling dl.'flcult situations. c

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(FfN) FRASER A NEAVE (S) PTE LTD requires MALE FACTORY WORKERS Requirements: a Candidates should be above the age of 16. a No experience Is necessary. c Must be prepared to work on 2 rotating shifts. c Non-Singapore Citizens may apply Those Interested are invited to come personally for an

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II EMPLOYMENT I 1 SHOWA c PLASTICS I (S) PTE LTD jfthas Immediate vacancies jj I( A) PRODUCTION OPERATORS (MALE/ I FEMALE) I 5(B) SPRAY PAIN- t TERS(MALE) i otnpleted National M. V Service Sr •a Preferably with relevant* i 3 working experience. C i£* Able to communicate mjk ft

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Urgently require the fnlliiwiiiK ports A MALE PRODUCTION SUPERVISORS a Degree In Physic or Diploma In Electronic/ Mechanical Kngineerlngor a OCt A 1 level with 1-2 years working experience In a related field B. MALE ASSISTANT SUP€ R VISOft S/LE ADMEN a ITC In Mechanical Engineering or GCE 'O' level

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II EMPLOYMENT 31 Situations Vacant t) General Eapenenced FA ArtiaU and viauahsers tor a dynamic ad agency immediata amploymanl Phua X I more F A Arlivi-. lo join tlieir ex panilii Dent We're l<H,kmn for men (ldua.li *ho i an produce 1 1 artwork under the idlines in siiuri true

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II EMPLOYMENT PROPERTY MANAGEMENT (PRIVATE) LIMITED Wo #f inviting sppMCeSttoos toe ttt# J^^k lonowing poaittona- bbbb^^bbbT (1) CLERK/TYPIST 5 OCE level passes. In- _^^^^V < Hiding Kngllsli Ability to type Is essential (2) OFFICE BOY JB A Completed Primary 6 educa- Hi <> bbT^^bb. lion .bbbbNbbbF Must understand and speak

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-•sflS i i z 3 s s CQUJ QQ(C 111 STOCKKEEPER/OfIOER RECEIVER SKEGA FAR EAST PTE. LTD a subsidiary to a renowned Swedish rubber manufacturer requires a Stockkeeper/Order Re Successful applicant ahouM meet completed National Service OCE -O1O 1 level some experience In stockkeeping possess Initiative and drive good In

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II EMPLOYMENT SIEMENS SlummAQ, I QttMW,OM oftke 10 largest electronic coatpaaleslai the world with over 300,000 employee* {•rapidly expanding ml Singapore BBBBbB^ JbbW^B^ f^ jTO^UpTo Confirmation •Cash Awards Free Ref reshment/Snacks •Subsidised •Many Other Benefits »S 5 SMimnno We are fast expanding and urgently require: PRODUCTION OPERATORS (Male Female) We

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SECURITY GUARDS CUM FIREMEN i THE JOB Involves the maintenance of security as well as pro1 viding general assistance towards all aspects of fire protection/fighting in (he I company's premises REQUIREMENTS j Candidates must be between the ages of 22-35 years Previous experience in uniformed service especially security work would

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II EMPLOYMENT g) Tutorial YONG LEE LEE CO. PTE LTD. I 23 Leng Kee Road FEMALE TUTOR REQUIRED la Singapore 0315 teach French to lady executive Tel S34**4 Twice a week. 1 1/2 hours each. requires: during office hours. Tel: XXXXX83 MALE/FEMALE I with good .V.S" p., and I 32

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111 VEHICLES BOATS USED VEHICLES FOR Sale We CAR FINANCE NEW .mil used at have all types of commercial It high valuation! CompeUUTt private vehicles available Im- Interest rat* per annum Please mediately for sale Hire purchase ring XXXXX1 for further detail*. ?J,u? UranC arran able DATSUN 120Y REGISTERED XXXXX1

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111 VEHICLES A BOATS 45 Vehicles For Sale I lAN HUP SENG MOTOR TRADING 163. GoMhlll Pleia Thomson Road. S pore 1110 Tel XXXXX79 XXXXX17, 254*703 t97t Dalmn IeWI I .irntiii IHOO A/C I"! t»U 111 «M C 1177 coi ieoo 1575 I 00 MX II A 8 Run .•4

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NOV 1974 MERCEDES 230 6 2 U»|teri PAKr illglble Alrrond well maintained Tax 6 months I >l 2.XXXXXT NOV 1974 MITSUBISHI i mcer EL caswiu II TV' XXXXX41 OCT 19T1. FIAT u'a with new m i.nrt spon rims, casOood i onditi. n $11,500 H4<ll J. T 11/3. PEUGEOT XH Ist

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11l VEHICLES BOATS A BEAUTIFUL JAPANESE car from 1974 onwards, preferably alrcond required. Call Simon XXXXX33/ XXXXX45 residence A BANK EXECUTIVE requires any good condition vehicle, preferably with alrcond. 1973 upwards XXXXX16/ XXXXX30 A COMPANY/PRIVATE/ Scrap used vehicle wanted. Immediate payment. No PARF acceptable. Tel: XXXXX87 Francis AGOOOOFFER tor ell

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IV ACCOMMODATION PROPERTIES •Apartments with modern amenities for immediate occupation. •Convenient transportation. Easy instalments available! LUCKY REALTY CO. LTD. 15th Fl Far East Shopping Centre, Orchard Road, Singapore 0923 Tel: XXXXX1 1. 371 195. XXXXX58 Tenure ol land 60 years leasehold 1 3 1977 Lot No 1128 238J P T

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OIST. 11, WATTEN ESTATE double-storey Hnkhouse. Newly painted. Near American School Immediate occupation. $2,200 L.J. Realty XXXXX2/ XXXXX4 DIST. 17 TANAH MERAH Besar, 4 bedrooms, furnished, semi-de-tached In pleasant quiet surroundings for lease from December 1979 at S7SO monthly. Call: XXXXX49 OIST. 21. CLEMENTI PARK, singlestorey semi-detached. 3 bedrooms, servant's,

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IV ACCOMMODATION PROPERTIES SUMMER HOME ASSOCIATES (Household Neme In Reel Estate) c DIST. 10 NAMLY (MOVE Tastefully designed singlestorey detached with 3 bedrooms, spill-level, living/ dining/ patios and matured garden veil lurnlshed S3JOO. c OIST 10 CAMELLIA TERRACE/ PANOAN VALLEY Exquisitely furnished unit with 3 bedrooms and separate study, spacious

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DIST. 10, BACHELOR APARTMENT for rent Convenient location. All facilities available Immediate occupation. $1,000 p.m. unfurnished. Ring Hilltop XXXXX61 DIST. 10. BALMORAL PARK, 3 bedrooms, spacious living/ dining, servant's amenities available partially furnished $2,500. Holland Housing XXXXX04. DIST 10. COSY 3-BEDROOMED apartment, panoramic view, furnished Rental $2,000 with facilities. Principals

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IV ACCOMMODATIONS PROPERTIES TASTEFULLY FURNISHED AIR- CONDITIONED room, access to all facilities Ideal for respectable single/ couple/ foreigner Call: 64.17!* 52 Accommodation Wanted a) Houses LONG ESTABLISHED Worldwide Shipping /Trading Company REQUIRES Several Houses and Apartment. c In Residential location popular with expatriates. Budget Range From: $1,000 $4,000 PLEASE CALL

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LERS. I BUYERS AND SELLERS. I .ft me bring you u>«ell.-r Ist your offers requlreim n! with me Llm 495M3/XXXXX2 CASHEW ESTATE ltvi I Tlmali. 9 miles. 2 units ea Brand new Read' <. ipa iot Kaclng North bu >4*» v) ft $240,000 3.600 sq ft 1.3. 0)0 vail 5U277/2566M2

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IV ACCOMMODATION PROPERTIES 54 Properties For Sale b) Flats ACE OFFERS: Huuhlnla Terrace (Pandan Valley) terrace apartment with swimming pool, tennis/ squash courts 4 bedrooms, servant's $330.0M> $375,000 (with private garden (all XXXXX22 ACE OFFERS: 1-ulura. (dlst 9) apartment with swimming pool, 4 bedrooms, servants $480,000 (all XXXXX22 ACE OFFERS:

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MARYLAND PARK. 12th floor 2.000 sq ft facing sea 3 rooms carpeted $268,000 Call XXXXX7/ XXXXX42 MIMOSA PARK newly completed luxurious apartment, split-level living dining. 4 bedrooms, serI •Tamil s parquet floor iiik Furnished $!80.000ono Regent XXXXX55 NEWTON HEIGHTS luxurious studio and double-storey malso.mpletlon end 1980 Tel -ihtwtu c) Land

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IV ACCOMMODATION PROPERTIES 57 Godowns Vacant/ 59 Office Space Wanted I Wanted J" 1 MULTI-NATIONAL TRADING ff COMPANY requires approxlmale-r-/-\rs I r ACC lv l^ ooo sqft to accommodate r"LJn LLMuC warehouse and office Ideally together Will however consider separate locations If within dlsUPPER PAYA LEBAR tance of 3 miles

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V SERVICES BUSINESS MASTRON ELECTRICAL SERVICE. specialises in Residential. Commercial Industrial. Electrical Installation For more Information call XXXXX4 74 Beauty Culture CARRIE MOOEL AGENCY. Basic modelling course commencing on 1/11/79. Every Tuesday Thursday. 6 7.30 p.m. 3rd Floor, Ming Court Hotel Te1:CXXXXX7/ XXXXX03 MBM SINGAPORE SCHOOL OF MODELLING Basic and

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WELL KNOWN NAME Brands of cosmetics/toiletries well dlstrlbI uted axe offered for transfer to reputable companies at reasonable stocks and debtor price. Cur- rent company holding above agencies phasing out consumer parties please write to ST. Box i AXXXXX ONE STOCK LOT of long sleeves shirts for sale Interested please

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VI EDUCATION TRAINING THE FIRST DRIVING Centre ROY qualified experienced Instructors available. Reasonable charges Fetch/ send arrangeable XXXXX37. 102 Education ACCOUNTING, TYPEWRITING. SHORTHAND, Bookkeeping New sessions commence each month Singapore Commercial School 15A Mackenzie Road. (XXXXX7/ XXXXX8) or 768 G. Upper Serangoon Road XXXXX0 BEGINNERS BOOK KEEPING Starting 6/11/79 Tuesday

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ite GIRLS! m'jz are becoming tiaras' to get yo v need bene> Qualifications Tne London Oamoer ot Commerce and inOusfy P"vaie Secretary 5 Certificate >s recognised •nte< nationally as one 01 tne I'gnest Quai<>>cat>ons obtainable This examination is tr>e only Pf >vate Secretarial E«amination supervised by tne Ministry ol Education

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VI EDUCATION TRAINING SPECIAL BOOK-KEEPING <l!f K mners) Saturday 2 30 500 pm Preparing for LCCI (1980) Commencing 3rd November 1973 Queensway Commercial Training Centre 208 Queensway Shop ping Centre Tel XXXXX6/XXXXX2 STAMFORD CENTRE WHY QO ABROAD? CAREERS IN COMPUTER PROGRAMMING THROUGH CITY GUILDS DIPLOMA Train in the largest and

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Eiperwnced Language Teachers offer tuition In English. Japa-nt"-e Mandarin for foreigners Tel XXXXX5/XXXXX4/XXXXX84 Eipertenced Bilingual Teachers specialised in Malhs. Science. Technical subjects for all levels Tel XXXXX2/ XXXXX53 'XXXXX0. Japanese. English. Thai. French, Malay. Mandarin Conversation hy Language Experts Home/ Centre. Success guaranteed Tel XXXXX6/448U47 XXXXX64/XXXXX5 ENGLISH TUTOR NEEDED for

IX OBITUARIES

142 Deaths [OBITUARY]

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142 Deaths FUNERAL OF THE late Cyril Wee Cheng Kiat Is on Ist November. "79. Leaving residence at 1.45 p.m.

144 In Memoriam [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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144 In Memoriam In mamory ol TOHHONGJOO Departed: 1st November 1976. Always rimimkid by oil* and daughter, paranla, bfolh«r« in tart, tiatars-in-law and brc>ttwra-in-Imr. MOM. LIM GUEK NEO DEPARTED: 1-11-7* "GONE ARE THE DAYS, BUT YOUR MEMORY ALWAYS STAYS" ALWAYS REMEMBERED BY YOUR LOVING CHILDREN GRANDCHILDREN. In Loving M#fnory of

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VII TRAVEL ft RESTAURANTS Japan/Korea Extrmajanu 10 tap $I*3l/ only Igjr V*l T»yr>-mt*>-KMT*vnmu* KWI-KwOwl Baßßl'Ml Mo-KjinmoßMlßilM HtaKtv Mmlknuan/HonafcongTour I Ph*pp<n— Happy HoMa^T] 8 days $1420 6 days $914 Itwwrary inckjdvt SunMooo Lal«iTr*««uf* Bag-Oj Paftw>)«n Manila Wand Oc— n Pmn Sung Oynatt, ViMjgf we t tn i,| j~fcii,iini,a 1 Aaai AM

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VII TRAVEL RESTAURANTS CAMERON HICMLANOB weekend tour only $65 depart Friday night y v. Including lunrh TKS XXXXX21 TA '/"^a^ CITKENTER TOURS 2D/3N OKNTINC, S9O, ,79 Qgg ffObIDAYS (New Casino Hotel) 2D/3N FRASERS HILL »90 tcIMK: TAIWAN t/12/14 DAYS 2D/3N CAMERON $65 A/C SIS2O/SIS4O/S1"*! C-f'nT X i» PEN/ PANGKOR/ Taipei/

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VII TRAVEL RESTAURANTS NAM HO TRAVEL Service (Singapore) Pt« LU) STPB Lie No: 140 West Malaysia Tour (Inclusive Oentlng/ Cameron Highlands) by deluxe alrcondltloned coach seven days S$lM/-. six days SSI7S/-. departure every Sunday. Monday. Tuesday. During School holidays departure dally. Oentlng/ Cameron Highlands four days Ssl4o/-. GentIng Highlands four

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b^bwlJ .^bb! JET THE SIA GIANT 747 SUPER B ALOHA SPECIAL Hawaii /San FranciscoUSA 10 days 5J2390 KLS249O 4/11 18/11.2/12. 17/2. 16/3. WEST COAST PANORAMA USA/Canada/Mexico/ Hongkong 17 days $3290 KLJ3390 4/11. 18/n. 2/12. 17/2,16/3. THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE All USA/Canada/Mexico/ Hongkong 28 days XXXXX0 KLJSO9O 18/11.2/12 SCHOOL HOLIDAY SPECIAL! All-West

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VII TRAVEL RESTAURANTS -¥^i Uf I tfPtJi.^lfr Sanuk in litMljlill Thailand s days i nights in Bangkok/ Pattaya for $599 Departing c\tr\ VCcdncsday Saturday. I hiirdttailsull >i>ur irjvel jj(rnior Tel: 92 121 Ext 24 Mr- P i,... SCHOOL HOLIDAYS TOW 8 days Kuala Lumpur/ Fraser's 4aCL aCKUKfIDKL Hill/ Penang/ Langkawl/

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ier with copies of all relevant certificates ials should be addressed to: e Personnel I.R. Manager, )STEK MALAYSIA SDN. BHD., yan Lepas Free Trade Zone, LAU PINANG. nvelope labelled "PROJECT ENGINEER" QUIPMENT TECHNICIAN" to reach him 1 January 21, 1980. ted candidates will be invited for interview. M REMOVAL >

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llRELLI Pircin lcci. P proudly announces the appointment of £E Eastern fra IB Agencies lite as the Sole Distributor of Pirelli tyres for Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei, effective 1st. November 1979 We take this opportunity to thank Societa Commissionaria for their past services. KEMAYAN OIL PALM BERHAD (INCORPORATED IN MALAYSIA)

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GOVERNMENT OF MALAYSIA NOTICE OF PREQUALIFICATION OF CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS FOR The Reconstruction and Improvement of Urban Roads in Alor Star, Kedah. A. NOTICE OF PREQUALIFICATION The Government of Malaysia intends to invite tenders in early 1980 for foreign as well as Malaysian Class A registered Contractors for the work of

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IN THE HIGH COURT IN MALAYA AT PENANG COMPANIES (WINDING UP) NO 5 OF 1979 In the matter of Lim Cheng Chuan Realty Sdn. Bhd. And In the matter of the Companies Act, 1965. ADVERTISEMENT OF PETITION NOTICE is hereby given that a petition for the winding-up of the above-named

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ANNOUNCEMENT ON FEASIBILITY STUDIES The Government is going to commission feasibility studies cum detailed Engineering design and costing for 102 Mini Hydro projects in three regions in Malaysia One consulting firm will be selected for each region. Consulting firms interested to be considered for pre qualifications are invited to write

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Grimsby earn place in last 8 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Grimsby earn place in last 8 Brolly's goals upset Everton's stars LONDON, Wed. Two goals from Scotsman Mike Brolly earned Third Division Grimsby Town an upset 2-1 victory over First Division Everton yesterday and a place in the quarter-finals of the English League Cup. Brian Kidd had given Everton an

Borg and Connors in second round [ARTICLE]

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Borg and Connors in second round TOKYO, Wed. THE world's greatest crowd-pullers in tennis, Bjorn Borg, of Sweden, and American Jimmy Connors, advanced into the second round, but third-seeded Roscoe Tanner, of the United States, was eliminated in the opening round of the world super tournament here yesterday. Borg, four-time

TOP-SEED MAYER TRIUMPHS [ARTICLE]

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TOP-SEED MAYER TRIUMPHS COLOGNE, Wed. Topseeded Gene Mayer, of the United States, beat South African Kevin Curren 6-2, 6-4 in the first round of the European Open indoor tennis championships here yesterday. In another match, Chilean Jaime Fillol, president of the Association of Tennis Professionals, was beaten 6-4, 7-6 by

Cup hosts [ARTICLE]

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Cup hosts MEXICO CITY, Wed. Mexico will host the elimination round of the North American Zone Davis Cup tennis tournament against Venezuela from Dec. 7-9. AP.

Illegal payments probe on second athletics meet [ARTICLE]

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Illegal payments probe on second athletics meet LONDON, Wed. A second British track and field meet Is under Investigation ever alleged Illegal payment* te competitor*. The secretary ef the British Amateur Athletic Beard, David Shaw, commenting en a newspaper report that cash payments totalling CB,a«» (s»,tls) were made to a

BRIEFS [ARTICLE]

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BRIEFS MOSCOW, Wed. Skaters Oleg Protopopov and his wife Lyudmila Belousova, who defected in Switzerland last month, were condemned yesterday as greedy, money-grab-bing has-beens, who gave up their Soviet motherland for the chance of a Mercedes limousine. The official verdict on the former Olympic and world champions came in an

Soviets condemn skating defectors [ARTICLE]

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Soviets condemn skating defectors WINTER GAMES Almost 400 competitors and 200 officials from 18 countries have so far entered the second winter Olympic Games for disabled people in Geilo, Norway, secretary-general Roar Antonsen, of the organising committee, said yesterday in The Games, set for Feb. 1-7, will feature competitions in

Red Hari may prove too good for rivals [ARTICLE]

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Red Hari may prove too good for rivals RACING ...with FAIRWAY RED HARI, who has just been demoted to Class 2, may prove too good for his rivals in the Division 1, 1,700 metres race in Penang on Sunday. The Red God six-year- ■bVhblhb^hb^hb^hbV old has come right again after

THE TOP 10 [ARTICLE]

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THE TOP 10 Red Hari Alp't Wanderer Quiet Snort The Unsung Heroes Mineral Trader Crettida Suzanna One Two Three The Pe*ta Green Valley

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SICC protest holds up Changi's claim [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SICC protest holds up Changi's claim ERNEST FRIDA SGA ruling sought on a putting incident By CHANGI edged out Singapore Island Country Club IVi-IV4 in the playoff for the Handicap League title at Sentosa yesterday, but they will have to wait for a Singapore Golf Association ruling to know whether

Taiwan protest name change [ARTICLE]

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Taiwan protest name change TAIPEH, Wed THE Olympic Committee of Taiwan have decided to lodge a stern protest with the International Olympic Committee against a recent resolution calling on Taiwan to use a new flag, anthem and name, a committee official said yesterday. The decision was made on Tuesday, following

Sharma has fans on edge in Test [ARTICLE]

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Sharma has fans on edge in Test CALCUTTA, Wed. India drew the fifth cricket Test against Australia here today and go into the final Test at Bombay oneup in the series. The match kept a roaring crowd of 80,000 at the Eden Garden on the edge as fortunes fluctuated. Set

SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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SCOREBOARD AUSTRALIA lit INNS: 442 INDIA Ist INNS: Ml AUSTRALIA Zac INNS: (•vcnlght 81-5) HlMltca b Ghavri 29 YalUp lbw KapU Dcv 4 Barter st Kirmani bDoshi 6 Hagbea not out 64 Whatman c Vengsarkar bDoshi 4 Darllag c Gavaskar b Yadav 7 YanUey c Rao b Yadav 12 Wright

NSW selectors hand Gilmour a severe blow [ARTICLE]

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NSW selectors hand Gilmour a severe blow SYDNEY, Wed. The New South Wales' Sheffield Shield team selectors last night probably ended the international career of Australian Test all-rounder Gary Gilmour; The 28-year-old Gilmour, who has played in 15 Test matches, was dropped from the NSW team to meet Victoria in

Postponed [ARTICLE]

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Postponed SEOUL, Wed. A title bout between World Boxing Commission flyweight champion Park Chan-Hee, of South Korea, and Mexican challenger Guty Espadas, originally scheduled for Nov. 25 In Seoul, has been postponed to Dec. 16, it was reported here today. AFP.

US take lead [ARTICLE]

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US take lead NEW YORK, Wed. The United States' equestrian team, led by Melanie Smith and Michael Matz. took the lead last night in the international jumping competition at the National Horse Snow. The American pair scored 28 points, followed by Britain (9), Canada (8), Australia (4), and Switzerland (3).

Lucy is in the dark about this award [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Lucy is in the dark about this award SINGAPORE tenpin bowler Lucy Low became the first Asian to be voted the "Sportswoman" of the World Cup tournament, which ended in Bangkok recently but she still doesn't know why. Said Lucy, who returned from Bangkok last Sunday: "l don't really know

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Wong waits for Lady Luck to smile on him [ARTICLE]

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Wong waits for Lady Luck to smile on him SHUKOR RAHMAN By KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. W.»n X Hung Nung, 21, the Selangor star, feeb that it is about time Lady Lurk smiled upon him The midfielder, who works as bank clerk has had his share of bad luck for the

Passport to report [ARTICLE]

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Passport to report ROME. Wed. The European 'nion sr.id •■cs'erday IBM TOO r— rpapers, ■em agencies, television and radio stations ha«l ?sked for accreditation tc report the European soccer championships in Italy in June. UPI.

San Antonio defeated [ARTICLE]

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San Antonio defeated NEW YORK Wed. Phoenix defeated San Antonio 142-109 in a National Basketball Association match yesterday. Other results: Denver 121 New York Knicks 112, Cleveland 124 Houston 112, Los Angsles 111 Chicago 106. Reuter.

HILTON'S BID LOOKS TOUGHER [ARTICLE]

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HILTON'S BID LOOKS TOUGHER HILTON HOTEL'S bid for a hat-trick against Hotel Oberoi Imperial in the Food and Drinks Allied Workers Union soccer final at the Jalan Besar Stadium (7) appears to be a tough assignment. Unlike in previous years, Oberoi have strengthened their side with the inclusion of Singapore's

Skipper Samad may take on additional role [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Skipper Samad may take on additional role JOE DORAI Coach Jitta wants him as trainer of King's Cup team By SINGAPORE soccei captain, Samad Alapi tchay, may be asked to assume an additional role as trainer of the Republic's squad to the King's Cup competition in Bangkok from Nov. 20-Dec.

Edged out [ARTICLE]

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Edged out PARIS, Wed. Paris SG edged out Angers 2-1 in the French soccer First Division. Other results: Nice 3 Brest 0, Bordeaux 3 Monaco 1, Bastia 2 Laval 1, Lille 1 Marseilles 1, Metz 0 Nantes 0, Lyons 3 Sochaux 1, Strasbourg 1 St Etienne 0, Nimes 4 Nancy

FAM take tough stand on inactive referees [ARTICLE]

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FAM take tough stand on inactive referees R. G. RAJ By KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. It is going to take more than just a certificate to referee Malaysia Cup soccer matches next season. The Football Association of Malaysia Referees' Board have decided that national referees, who have been inactive in their

Jubilee give Tampines tough time [ARTICLE]

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Jubilee give Tampines tough time C HANOI CSC 1 TIONG BAHRI I TAMPINES ROVERS 4 JUBILEE 2 (faUflmeM) JUBILEE, the National Football League Division Three champions, covered themselves with glory last night, though beaten, in their President's Cup soccer match against Div One giants Tampines Rovers at the Jalan Besar

Four players upset MARA official by switching clubs [ARTICLE]

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Four players upset MARA official by switching clubs P'NG HONG KWANG By KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. Four MARA soccer players are courting trouble for agreeing to be guest players with other Selangor t£ams in the FAM Cup knockout competition starting on Friday. Three of them Ramli Junit, Marzuki Ismaun and Khalid

Asia may run five-leg table tennis circuit [ARTICLE]

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Asia may run five-leg table tennis circuit MALAYSIA may become part of an Asian table tennis Grand Prix circuit if a proposal before the Asian Table Tennis Federation is accepted. The matter is likely to be discussed at the next ATTF meeting during the Asian championships in Calcutta next February.

Five teams accept invitation [ARTICLE]

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Five teams accept invitation BANGKOK. Wed. Five countries have confirmed participation in the 12th King's Cup soccer tournament starting on Nov. 21, the chairman of the King's Cup tournament committee said today. Col. Chai Disayadej said China, South Korea, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia have accepted the invitation, while North Korea

Soccer draw [ARTICLE]

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Soccer draw ROME, Wed The draw for the European Nations' soccer championship finals will be held here on Jan. 16. The eight finalists will play at four sites Rome, Turin, Milan and Naples from June 11-22, with the final in Rome on June 22. UPI

Gottfried triumphs [ARTICLE]

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Gottfried triumphs PARIS, Wed. Brian Gottfried, of the United States, defeated Italy's A. Zugarelli 7-5, 4-6, 6-2 in the first round of a Grand Prix tennis tournament here yesterday In another match, J I. Haillet beat C. Freyss 2-6. 6-4, 7-5. -AFP.

TODAY'S EVENTS [ARTICLE]

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TODAY'S EVENTS BADMINTON SBA mea'i ionlor later-clah Leagar: lountbatten CC v SAFRA, SAFSA v Special Constabulary, Shell v Singapore Swimming Cub (SBA Hal], 7.30). BILUAKDS Singapore Billiards Association four-ball individual championship (Raton* Saloon. 6 45) HOCKEY SHA water kMek-aat tearwneat: SCC v Police (Padang, 5.15). RLGBY PrfeMUy: Sembawang Tigers v

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Martins' speed and stamina beat Kang [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Martins' speed and stamina beat Kang PATRICK BASTIANS Singapore's Nirmala shocks Honey By NIGERIA'S ace, Okanlawan Martins, stole the show again in the Anchor Singapore Open squash championships when he used his tremendous speed and staying power to outlast Singapore's game Kang Gee Bah 9-6, 9-7, 9-0 in their secondround

Indoor hockey [ARTICLE]

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Indoor hockey KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. Kuala Lumpur schools seven boys' and five girls' will compete in an indoor hockey tournament at the Kuala Lumpur Sports Centre in Kampung Pandan from Monday. NST

Roberts beats 80 others at Warren [ARTICLE]

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Roberts beats 80 others at Warren BARRY ROBERTS beat 80 other players to post the best overall gross score of five-over-par y4 in the Warren monthly medal competition yesterday. C. T. Lam returned the best gross score of 76 in the A Division, while Ricky Lam registered the best net

Puan, Sum in semi-finals [ARTICLE]

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Puan, Sum in semi-finals ALAN PUAN entered the semi-finals of the senior fourhall event in this year's Singapore Billiards Association championships when he beat Chenc Cheng 800 300-189 at the Katong Billiards Saloon last night. Sum Yee Sins also Qualified when he beat Charlie Tan XXXXX4 Tonight. Lav Weng Yew

Hanif holds fort back home ... [ARTICLE]

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Hanif holds fort back home lI ANIF GUL, 32, the oldest of the four Pakistani brothers and squash players, has decided to stay home and mind the women folk. Rahim and Fahim are competing in the Anchor Open, while Jamshed, 14, Is currently on tour of Holland and West Germany

NICK SHOTS [ARTICLE]

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NICK SHOTS Lancelot Ayorlnde wna cast in the rale of a mother hen one mornIng when the Nigerian team finished training at the Kallang Complex. Cinched Ayorlnde: "Where are these boys? Where are these boys?" as he rushed around the complex, trying to group them together for the trip to

Singapore Open squash results [ARTICLE]

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Singapore Open squash results RESULTS of secoundround matches in the Anchor Singapore Open squash championships played at the Kallang Complex yesterday: Men: Atlas Khan (Pak) bt A. Shriram (In) 94), 92, 9-7; T. Afolabi (Nigeria) bt G. Ramanan (Sin) 94), 9-2, 9-7; S. Sakamoto (Jpn) bt Desmond Hill (Sin) 9-7,

Pakistan too [ARTICLE]

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Pakistan too HOCKEY giants Pakistan have joined the Europeans they have laid an Astroturf pitch at the Hockey Club of Karachi to prepare for the Champions Trophy tournament from Jan 3-11.

Nair is Jack-of-all-trades behind squash scene [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Nair is Jack-of-all-trades behind squash scene IF and when the Singapore Squash Rackets Association decide to advertise for a new secretary, they will realise that the InvaluaMe services rendered by Harry Nair, 42, an official who has played the roles of a cab driver and entertainer to foreign entrants In

Colorado beaten [ARTICLE]

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Colorado beaten NEW YORK, Wed. Atlanta beat Colorado 3-1 in a National Ice Hockey League match yesterday. Other results: Montreal 2 Washington 2. St. Louis 2 Edmonton -1. Los Angeles 4 Boston 4 Reuter.

Martins plays alone to polish strokes [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Martins plays alone to polish strokes OKANLAWAN Martins, 27, an accountant, says he has bad to play on his own most of the time to reach where he is as Nigeria's Numero Uno (No. 1) in squash, reports PATRICK BASTIANS. With little high pressure matches in Lagos, where he lives,

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S. Africa accused of killing 20 in invasion [ARTICLE]

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S. Africa accused of killing 20 in invasion LONDON, Wed ANGOLA today accused South Africa of killing 20 people, 18 of them civilians, in a raid by helicopter-borne troops into southern territory. Angola radio said the South Africans destroyed road bridges and a railway tunnel north of the border with

Saved by 7 bunnies [ARTICLE]

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Saved by 7 bunnies LOGRONO (Spain), Wed. A Spanish farm worker who ate highly poisonous toadstools was saved by a local remedy drawn from the raw brains and stomachs of seven rabbits, hospital sources said today. Mr Antonio Del Rio was taken seriously ill after mistakenly eating the toadstools last

'Block march' [ARTICLE]

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'Block march' NEW DELHI. Wed. The Indian para-military border security force was ordered today to stop some 8,000 non-Bengali Muslims stranded in Banfladesh from crossing into ndia in their attempt to march to Pakistan. Reuter.

Radar 'pistol' in use to track down speeding motorists [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Radar 'pistol' in use to track down speeding motorists POLICE, armed with a pistol-like radar speed recorder the Portable Klectronlc Traffic Analyser "shot It oat with speeding motorists along I pper Thomson Road yesterday The operation, which began about 9 a.m., rounded up about ten driven for speeding. Their particular*

Drumbeats that came too soon [ARTICLE]

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Drumbeats that came too soon LOME (Togo), Wed. Outside an ultra-modern hall, African drummers and dancers began happily celebrating the signing of a major trade and aid pact between the European Common Market and 57 developing countries. But inside their meeting rooms, negotiators were still bargaining desperately to remove a

Collision at sea [ARTICLE]

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Collision at sea COPENHAGEN. Wed. Crew members and scientists, seven of them women, Jumped from the blazing Soviet polar exploration ship OlenicK when it collided with another Soviet vessel in a narrow and stormy stretcH of sea off Denmark today. One member of the crew of the vessel died. UPI.

Chinese get pay hike [ARTICLE]

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Chinese get pay hike TOKYO, Wed. China today announced pay increases for 40 per cent of its 100 million workers and higher prices for meat, fish, eggs and other non-staple foods. The official Xinhua news agency said the pay increases, effective in November, would be the third since the fall

Duce's wife [ARTICLE]

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Duce's wife PREDAPPIO (Italy), Wed. Rachele Mussolini, the servant girl who married the most powerful man in Italy, will be buried tomorrow beside the body of her Fascist dictator husband, Benito Mussolini. She died yesterday at the age of 89. UPI.

Dow Jones [ARTICLE]

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Dow Jones NEW YORK, Wed. The Dow Jones industrial average, which soared 15.19 points yesterday, was off 1.10 points to 822.69 around 11 a.m. today on the New York Stock Exchange. UPI.

Late CLASSIFIED DEATHS [ARTICLE]

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Late CLASSIFIED DEATHS QERTRUDE CLARE ASHNESS. mother of Pauline, received Ood's perfect healing 31 Oct TO Lying In slat* at .Saint Ignatius Funeral Parlour Strvice 3.00 pm I Nov 79 Saint Ignatius Church. Kings Road, then to Mount Vernon Crematorium No wreaths please All donations to Mount Alvernla Hospital. Khoo

'Revamp entire US nuclear industry' [ARTICLE]

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'Revamp entire US nuclear industry' WASHINGTON, Wed. The entire United States nuclear industry needs revamping to make it safer, according to President Jimmy Carter's special commission on the Three-Mile Island nuclear accident. The report on the worst nuclear power accident in US history, issued last night, criticised both government agencies

Oil: Senate vote against Carter [ARTICLE]

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Oil: Senate vote against Carter WASHINGTON, Wednesday THE Senate has voted to strip President Jimmy Carter of his unilateral authority to impose import quotas or extra fees on imported oil. By a 70-23 vote, the Senate approved legislation yesterday that requires Mr Carter to seek congressional approval before implementing any

Miners killed [ARTICLE]

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Miners killed WARSAW, Wed. Two coal miners were kiled and 20 trapped underground today In a colliery fire, the Polish news agency. Pap, reported today. Four men were rescued from the pit in the town of Czechowice-Dziedzice, south of here. Pap said. Reuter.

'Russians building up Afghan bases' [ARTICLE]

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'Russians building up Afghan bases' NEW YORK, Wad THE Soviet Union is building army and air bases in Afghanistan near the Iranian border as a forward area for penetration of South-west Asia, according to European intelligence sources. The primary objective of the Russians seems to be to build up positions

Asean-Japan ministers' meeting next week [ARTICLE]

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Asean-Japan ministers' meeting next week MANILA, Wed. The Economic Ministers of Japan and the Asean countries are to meet in Tokyo next week to discuss major issues affecting their relations. Deputy Trade Minister Vicente Valdepenas said in a published report that the talks were a continuation of negotiations being held

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DON'T BE SHY! [ARTICLE]

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DON'T BE SHY! IF YOU ran speak Mandarin and are about to use dialect again, stop yeanelf and start In Mandarin. Hie other person may know Mandarin bat may also be shy. Be the Initiator:

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Fables Lifetime error THE people of Old China often used the character "Da" as "Tai" (A), and the character "Hang" Of) was read in the same tone as "Hang" W.). Therefore, "Da Hang Shan" (Affili) was also read as "Tai Hang Shan" tictrt.il)). There was once a rich man who

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Simplified characters THE above word can be read in two ways. Read as jian it means among, in or while. Read as jian, it means to divide or separate or intermittent. It has been reduced to seven strokes from its regular form, in brackets, of 12. Here are some common

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PICK of the DAY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PICK of the DAY DANA LAM By THURSDAY evenings' programmes are getting more entertaining between 7 and about 10 at night. But there's sure going to be one big hassle this time for while the much publicised and looked-forward-to Cantonese drama serial The Kingdom and The Beauty starts at 9.05

German film festival [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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German film festival TWO MORE German films will be screened at the four-day Youth In German Film festival which begins today. Besides the four films already scheduled, "Alice In The Cities" and "Paule Paulander" will be shown at the RELC auditorium at 30, Orange Grove Road on Sunday at 2

Sunday movie at the Hilton [ARTICLE]

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Sunday movie at the Hilton IF YOU'RE at a loss on Sundays next month, the Hilton Movie-House, by the rooftop poolside, will probably have just the celluloid diversion you're looking for. "Audrey Rose" is on Nov 4. This film tells of a young girl who becomes the tormented subject of

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TV and Radio SINGAPORE 5 3.00 PM Opening and Star Performance 7.00 Candid Camera High Stakes 7.25 Cultural Diary 3.35 Over The Rainbow (Mandarin The Famfy (Part 1) Drama Serial, repeat) 8.50 Sports Magazme 4.25 Intermission 9.00 WKRP In Cincinnati 6.00 Opening and The Human Body .JJ5 S W V"

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Rough trip on oil drums [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Rough trip on oil drums GERALDINE TANG By THREE Singapore youths set sail a week ago on their first bigadventure to go round the island on a makeshift raft of eight oil drums and wooden poles, held together with ropes. The trio of ex-national servicemen Chia Shee Jin, Ang Chuan

Leading role for Teresa [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Leading role for Teresa Popular Hongkong singer, Teresa Carpio, will be making her debut as an actress in sunny California early this month. This petite songstress whom critics billed as the "little girl with the big voice" will be playing the leading lady in he American debut of the musical,

Evening with Brahms and Blaumer [ARTICLE]

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Evening with Brahms and Blaumer LING POON WAH By Good news for chamber music lovers. Five German musicians, the Brahms Qnartett Hamburg and a viola player Stephen Blaumer, .will perform at the National Mum- urn Art Gallery on Nov 7 at 8 p.m. They will play Brahms' qnlatett GMajor, op

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