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The Straits Times Estd. 1845 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1981 35 CENTS M.C.(P) No. 101/1/81

COPTERS POUND BETONG CAMPS [ARTICLE]

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COPTERS POUND BETONG CAMPS Border drive against Pulo guerillas BETONG (Thailand), Tuesday THAI and Malaysian helicopter gunships today launched coordinated attacks against positions near the Malaysian border held by separatist guerillas of the Pattani United Liberation Front (Pulo). A Thai Army spokesman said the helicopter gunships bombarded the guerill hideouts

SHARES COUNTINUE UPSURGE [ARTICLE]

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SHARES COUNTINUE UPSURGE PRICES continued on the upsurge at the stock market yesterday and there were gains for most counters traded. The Straits Times Industrial Index was consequently pushed up 6.89 points to another new high of 850.53 The finance sector featured prominently with Malayan Banking soaring 60 cents to

Suspect stuck in chimney [ARTICLE]

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Suspect stuck in chimney TRENTON (New Jersey). Tues A burglar)' suspect who eluded police by climbiiu; down a store chimney has been rescued after six days of bring trapped in the narrow space, police said. Glenn Clark. 25. was freed on Sunday morning after a woman patihy heard his cries

Three temples razed [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Three temples razed KIRK partially destroyed this wooden and zinc structure banning three templM at the junction of Aljuled Way and Aljonled Avenue One last alght. The Ore, which broke out at the rear of the structure shortly after 8 p.m., alse damaged several deities and antique table*. The hirst

10 shot dead [ARTICLE]

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10 shot dead NEW DELHI. Tues. Police shot dead 10 people and wounded nine others after they were attacked by a violent crowd of tribesmen in a south Indian village last night, the Press Trust of India said today, quoting official reports Reuter

Highlands farmers stop veg supplies [ARTICLE]

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Highlands farmers stop veg supplies CHUA LEONG KIAN and CHONG WING HONG By CAMERON Highlands vegetable farmers carried out their threat yesterday and stopiped supplies of their produce to the Singa1 pore market. For the first time in 40 years, the lorry convoy of lettuce, cabbages, tomatoes and celery failed

Schmidt visit [ARTICLE]

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Schmidt visit BONN. Tues West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt will visit Britain for two days from May 11 at the invitation of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, the government said today. Reuter

Walesa's trip [ARTICLE]

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Walesa's trip WARSAW. Tues. The leader of Poland's Solidarity free trade union. Lech Walesa, will visit Japan for one week starling on May 9. the union's Warsaw information service announced today Reuter.

Mein Kampf [ARTICLE]

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Mein Kampf BONN. Tues. The West German Government, acting 36 years after Adolf Hitler's death, announced today it was drawing up legislation to ban his book "Mem Kampf UPI.

US to pay $8 m in crash damages [ARTICLE]

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US to pay $8 m in crash damages WASHINGTON. Tues The United States Navy has accepted liability for the collision earlier this month of one of its nuclear submarines and a Japanese freighter, and said it expects to pay about US$4.2 million SsB 7 million) in damages. The surfacing submarine

Saboteurs knock out the power [ARTICLE]

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Saboteurs knock out the power JOHANNESBURG, Tuesday SABOTEURS blew up two power transformers early today, forcing hundreds of factories in the Indian Ocean city of Durban to remain closed. It was the biggest disruption caused yet by guerillas alleged to be black nationalists in this white-minority i ruled nation. Police

35 HURT AS BLACK YOUTHS AGAIN GO ON RAMPAGE [ARTICLE]

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35 HURT AS BLACK YOUTHS AGAIN GO ON RAMPAGE LONDON, Tues. Hundreds of black youths rampaged through London yesterday, attacking shops, buses, police and passers-by. Officials said 27 bystanders and eight police were injured ana 70 youths were arrested. "The police were kicked ..nd battered," said pub manage- Francis Joyce

Cinema blast [ARTICLE]

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Cinema blast HONGKONG, Tues Police evacuated hundreds of filmgoers from a cinema here last night after a homemade bomb exploded inside the premises, a police spokesman said. The explosion, near a man's toilet, disrupted a show but caused no injuries. Reuter.

2 sacked SIA pilots and flight engineer reinstated [ARTICLE]

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2 sacked SIA pilots and flight engineer reinstated AHMAD OSMAN By SINGAPORE Airlines has reinstated two pilots and a flight engineer who were sacked for supporting an illegal work-to-rule in November last year. First Officers Harry Tan Siak Huat and John Maguire and Flight Engineer Anthony M. D. Voo are

Iranian denial [ARTICLE]

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Iranian denial JAKARTA. Tues Iranian Charge D'Affaires in Jakarta Mahmud Kamiabi Pur today dismissed any knowledge about an underground Indone sian Muslim movement seeking to overthrow President Suharto's government with the help of Iran's religious leader AyatoUah Khomeiny National Security Chief Admiral Sudomo claimed yes terdav that the authorities had

LUFTHANSA 'NO' TO MINI-AIRBUS [ARTICLE]

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LUFTHANSA 'NO TO MINI-AIRBUS PARIS, Tie*. Lufthansa has dropped pUas to buy the new Kurapran A-JJt mini-air bus partly because Its engine to outdated, Leithaaga director Rrlnhardt Abraham was quoted today aa saylnc. He said the CFM-5C engine jointly built by the French Saeema company and General Electric of the

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Suharto tipped to run for fourth term [ARTICLE]

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Suharto tipped to run for fourth term j JAKARTA. Tues. The leader of a semi-official workers' organisation has hinted that it will nominate President Suharto for a fourth term in the 1983 presidential election. Mi Suhardiman. chairman of Soksi an organisation of workers, civil servants, farmers and other groups yesterday

260 die from kala-azar [ARTICLE]

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260 die from kala-azar NEW DELHI. Tues. More than 260 people, mostly children, have died of a tropical fever called kala-azar in the northern Indian state of Bihar in the last two weeks, the Press Trust of India reported yesterday. The disease, which is transmitted by sandflies, was rampant in

Rebels killed [ARTICLE]

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Rebels killed RABAT, Tues. Moroccan forces killed dozens of Polisario front guerillas and destroyed 16 vehicles near Smara in the western Sahara on Sunday, the Moroccan news agency MAP reported yesterday. Reuter

Best deals are in Asean: US embassy report [ARTICLE]

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Best deals are in Asean: US embassy report JAKARTA, Turn. ASEAN, especially Indonesia, offers some of the best opportunities for American business at times of slackening world economy, says an economic report published today by the US embassy here. Noting that US sales to Indonesia last year grew by 58

'Prospects bright for oil earnings' [ARTICLE]

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'Prospects bright for oil earnings' JAKARTA, Tues. Oil exploration is taking place in Indonesia at an unprecedented pace and earning prospects remain bright despite rapid increases in domestic consumption, the US embassy report said today. "As a result of price increases in 1979 and 1980, and increased exploration from 1979,

Full alert after attack on cathedral [ARTICLE]

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Full alert after attack on cathedral MANILA, Tue«. PHILIPPINE army and police forces were placed on full alert today in two southern cities following the killing of 13 people in a grenade attack on a cathedral last Sunday, military officials said. Police regional Commander Alfredo Olano issued the order for

Illegal pistols [ARTICLE]

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Illegal pistols OSAKA, Tues Police have arrested Kenji Seki. a mechanic-tumed-realty broker on suspicion of having made more than 20 illegal pistols copied after the American SW 38 pins Kyodo.

WORLD BRIEFS

No political status [ARTICLE]

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No political status BRITISH PRIME Minister Margaret Thatcher said yesterday she regretted the hunger strike by jailed Irish Republican guerilla Bobby Sands but said he will not get the political prisoner status he has sought. "There is no question of granting political status for someone who is serving a sentence

Two killed in demos [ARTICLE]

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Two killed in demos TWO PEOPLE were killed and 22 injured in demonstrations on Monday night calling for the reopening of Teheran University, closed now for a year, the daily newspaper Kayhan reported yesterday. The paper said about 200 members of the Marxist-Leninist Peykar (Maoist) organisation staged the demonstration and

'Thailand is stable' [ARTICLE]

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'Thailand is stable' THAI FOREIGN Minister Siddhi Savetsila left Bangkok last night on an official visit to the United States and Canada during which he said he would make clear to US leaders Thailand's government was stable. Air Chief Marshal Siddhi said, before boarding a plane for Paris, Thailand needs

Waldheim's appeal [ARTICLE]

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Waldheim's appeal UNITED NATIONS Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim yesterday appealed to parliamentarians from more than 70 countries meeting in Manila to help solve world problems, at what he said was a time of increased international tension. It was increasingly important leaders of national legislatures do their best to help tackle critical

Balloon forced down [ARTICLE]

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Balloon forced down TWO WEST Germans have been detained in East Germany after their hot-air balloon drifted over communist territory and was forced to land by border patrol helicopter, officials reported. The official East German news agency ADN said the pair identified as Ralf Boellmann and Alfred-Johann Derks were taken

Arms cache seized [ARTICLE]

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Arms cache seized A LARGE cache of foreign-made weapons, including automatic rifles, sten guns, grenades and pistols, has been seized by police in Karachi. The Star, a Pakistani newspaper, reported yesterday. The arms are said to have been smuggled into Pakistan recently. A number of arrests have been made, the

Poverty another big enemy: Thai general [ARTICLE]

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Poverty another big enemy: Thai general BANGKOK. Tues. An I army general who helped I crush an abortive military coup this month said rural poverty ranked as an enemy of Thailand alongside the communist threat. Major-General Athit Kamlong-Ek. commander of the First Thai Army Region, told the annual conference of

TALKS TO GOON DESPITE ELECTIONS IN MANILA [ARTICLE]

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TALKS TO GOON DESPITE ELECTIONS IN MANILA ABBY TAN By Our Manila reporter MANILA, Tues. The Asean foreign ministers' meeting here will be held as scheduled in spite of the June 16 presidential elections in the Philippines. The five Asean foreign ministers are due to meet lir two days immediately

9-year-old leads 300 by the horn [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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9-year-old leads 300 by the horn HORN players of both sexes and all ages 3ather outside Lonon's Royal Albert Hall on Saturday where they are taking part in the Second British Horn Festival at the nearby Royal College of Music. Leading some 311 horn players from all over Britain and

Cuba hands over sailors [ARTICLE]

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Cuba hands over sailors HAVANA. Tues. Four US sailors arrested near America's Guantanamo Naval Base in eastern Cuba have been handed over to American authorities, the head of the US Diplomatic Mission said yesterday. A State Department spokesman in Washington said earlier in the day that a Cuban patrol had

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56 workers exposed to N-leak radiation [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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56 workers exposed to N-leak radiation TOKYO. Tuesday THE comptroller of a defective nuclear power plant said today 56 workers were exposed to high levels of radiation in Japan's worst nuclear power plant accident. An estimated 45 tonnes of highly radioactive waste spilled from the storage tanks at the Japan

Mishap shuts N-station [ARTICLE]

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Mishap shuts N-station WASHINGTON, Tues. A nuclear power station in Oregon automatically shut itself down yesterday after an accident in which an electrician suffered arm and chest burns, a plant spokesman said. The electrician was working on a circuit breaker when he was injured, apparently by a short circuit. The

Japan considers loans to China to revive projects [ARTICLE]

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Japan considers loans to China to revive projects TOKYO, Tua«. JAPAN might supply China with a mixed credit of hard and soft loans to help Beijing revive some of the ambitious industrial modernisation protects it suspended last January because of a shortage of cash and energy resources, official sources here

Heritage week [ARTICLE]

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Heritage week WASHINGTON. Tues US President Ronald Reagan signed a proclamation yesterday decUnne the week of May 4 as Asian-Pacific American Heritage Week, the White House announced. AP.

Don't sell airline Canberra told [ARTICLE]

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Don't sell airline Canberra told CANBERRA, Tuesday THE chairman of Trans i Australia Airlines (TAA). Sir Robert Law-Smith, j has argued strongly in favour of the airline continuing as a go.ernmentowned domestic carrier. Earlier this month. Transport Minister Ralph Hunt said the government had decided to seU off I TAA

'Govt proposes 7pc car export cut' [ARTICLE]

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'Govt proposes 7pc car export cut' TOKYO, Taca. The gaveraaieat kaa araaaaai to rtiae* Japaa't IMI car naarto to S b> 1 per reat fran last year's retard I pateato, acearatag to a Jaaaaeae aewaaaaer toaay. Tke Nlkaa Kelsal SaJmbaa aaM that tke ntlahtii at latoraattaa al Traie aad ladastry

Transport strike over pay begins today [ARTICLE]

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Transport strike over pay begins today TOKYO, Tues. Japan today braced itself for three days of chaos on public transport, starting tomorrow, with most personnel likely to be on strike over pay. Traffic is expected to be seriously disrupted on the railways, the subway system, bus services and air services

Tour of S-EA [ARTICLE]

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Tour of S-EA COLOMBO. Tues Sri I^nka Prime Minister Ranasinghe Premadasa will leave here on Friday on a 16-day tour of the Philippines. Indonesia. Malay sia and Thailand, a government spokesman said AP

Chun sacks 37 judges in big reshuffle [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Chun sacks 37 judges in big reshuffle SEOUL, Tim*. PRESIDENT Chun DooHwan today began a shakeup of South Korea's judicial system. It was announced today that 37 judges have been dropped from their posts, while the positions of a large number of the country s other 531 judges are being

Muldoon in Seoul [ARTICLE]

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Muldoon in Seoul SEOUL. Tues New Zealand Prime Minister Robert Muldoon arrived here today at the start of a five-day official visit to this increasingly important market for his country s products. The imbalance of trade is running at about three times in New Zealand's favour. South Korean imports from

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Sihanouk seeking arms aid from US [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sihanouk seeking arms aid from US BEIJING, Tues. Exiled Kampuchean Prince Norodom Sihanouk said today he is trying to get military aid from the Reagan Administration to fight Vietnamese forces occupying his homeland "I am trying to get US aid," the Prince told a news conference. "I am trying to

Pullout call gaming support: Romulo [ARTICLE]

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Pullout call gaming support: Romulo MANILA. Tues. Foreign Minister Carlos Romulo said today Asean's call for the withdrawal of Vietnamese forces from Kampuchea is gaining support. A Ministry announcement quoted Mr Romulo as saying other countries are also supporting the Asean stand on the holding of UN-supervised ejections in Kampuchea.

PLO hits at terrorism -for the first time [ARTICLE]

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PLO hits at terrorism -for the first time DAMASCUS, Tues. The Palestinian National Council (PNC) has condemned terrorism, but said it regarded Israel and the United States as those chiefly guilty of such action. The condemnation came in a political statement i issued by the the PNC, after ending a

$1 billion sale offer to Saudi navy [ARTICLE]

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$1 billion sale offer to Saudi navy WASHINGTON, Tim*. THE Pentagon said yesterday it wants to sell Saudi Arabia US$5O4 million <Ssl billion) worth of design and construction services for a new naval academy being built as part of the Saudi navy's expansion. Unless Congress objects, the services would bring

AGRICULTURE NEEDS BOOST IN WEST ASIA [ARTICLE]

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AGRICULTURE NEEDS BOOST IN WEST ASIA ROME, Tues. Wealthy countries in the West Asia are not spending enough on agricultural investment or giving adequate food aid to their poorer neighbours, the head of the UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) said today FAO's Director General Edouard Saouma, told the Near

'Open hell' flares in Beirut [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Open hell' flares in Beirut LOOKING like Gay Fswkea Might, the flares wrre from shells rxpJndInx aver the Beirut skyUse on Monda> as the embattled city wttaewed Nor «f the wwrst fifthting sine- the rl.il war four years as*. Syrian pearr-beeping farreo In 14-Kan1 4- Kan en blasted crowded apartment

Arab League denies report [ARTICLE]

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Arab League denies report TUNIS. Tues. The Arab League secretariat here today iemed a --eported statement by Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Ahmad AlSibah that Kuwait had asked for an emergency league ■ouncil meeting to discuss the Lebanese crisis A communique said the league had not received any such request

Shahi holds extensive talks with Haig in US [ARTICLE]

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Shahi holds extensive talks with Haig in US WASHINGTON. Tuesday PAKISTANI Foreign Minister Agha Shahi and US Secretary of State Alexander Haig had extensive talks yesterday on the South Asian situation and the supply of US military and economic aid to Pakistan. Mr Shahi. who arrived here on Sunday for

MOSCOW BEEFS UP KABUL DEFENCE [ARTICLE]

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MOSCOW BEEFS UP KABUL DEFENCE NEW DELHI, Tues. More Soviet troops have entered Kabul to counter a new wave of Afghan guerilla attacks one week before the third anniversary of the communist revolution, recent travellers from Afghanistan said today. The travellers were not certain whether the reinforcements were fresh from

Libya's plan for union [ARTICLE]

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Libya's plan for union NOUAKCHOTT. Tues Visiting Übyan leader Muammar Gaddafi conferred here yesterday with Mauritanian Heart al State Mohamed Khouna Ould Haidalla. Radio Nouakchott said. Observers said Libya's proposal for a union between Mauritania and the Saharan Arab Democratic Republic proclaimed by Poltsario guerillas in tin* western Sahara, and

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New plan on MX deployment [ARTICLE]

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New plan on MX deployment WASHINGTON, TdM. U.S. AIR FORCE MOVE TO HELP SAVE $2 BILLION THE United States Air Force has proposed changes in its plan to deploy the MX mobile missile system to save about US$l billion (552.9 billion) and reduce by about 15 per cent the land

Reagan seeks support for economic plan [ARTICLE]

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Reagan seeks support for economic plan WASHINGTON, Tuesday PRESIDENT Reagan, stepping up his workload but remaining out of public view, lobbied by telephone for his economic programme yesterday and invited governors to the White House to make a personal sales pitch. I Three weeks after being wounded in an assassins•ion

ECONOMIC SNIPPETS

Banks raise prime rate [ARTICLE]

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Banks raise prime rate SEVERAL major American bnks. including Bank of America, the nation's largest, raised their prime lending rates today by half a per cent to 17.5 per cent. Banking industry analysts said the move reflected the higher cost of funds banks acquire in the money market. Analysts also

Record $10 b loans by IMF [ARTICLE]

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Record $10 b loans by IMF LENDING by the International Monetary Fund to 35 poor countries, spurred by the high cost of oil and food, jumped to a record US$5.l6 bUlion (5510.7 billion) in the first quarter of the year, according to figures released in Washington on Monday. In the

US economy up by 6.5 pc [ARTICLE]

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US economy up by 6.5 pc THE United States economy grew at a surprisingly robust annual rate of .5 per cent during the first quarter of 1961 and inflation slowed dramatically, the government said in Washington yesterday. The improvement in the GNP, which coincided with the first three months of

'AGNEW PAID $360,000 IN TAXES, FINES' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'AGNEW PAID $360,000 IN TAXES, FINES' WASHINGTON. Tues. Former US Vice-President Spiro Agnew has paid USsl72,oi» (5J360.000) In taxes, penalties and interest on unreported income as part of a deal with tax authorities, the Washington Post said today. It said the disclosure erf the payments made in 1974 by Mr

Car worker does his bit for ailing industry [ARTICLE]

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Car worker does his bit for ailing industry WASHINGTON, TIM. In earwarfcer Ge*rce Keller's opUUa, tie best way U care the ailing IS ear Indmtry Is wttk rebates so hf started bis «wb. Mr Keller, wh« bas worked at tbe K»rd M»tor C* plant la Okto fw IS years. SaM

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BACKGROUND

New Societies Act: Leaving public criticisms to the politicians [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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New Societies Act: Leaving public criticisms to the politicians K. DAS in Kuala Lumpur By IN WHAT appears to be a desperate move to ward off some »n«p— fcable danger, the Malaysian Government has passed legislation severely restricting the freedom of pressure groups to criticise the government. Only politicians, registered

New rulings will affect groups like Aliran [ARTICLE]

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New rulings will affect groups like Aliran KUALA LUMPUR There are more than 14,000 registered societies in Malaysia. Political parties are dominant but recently, societies like the reform movement Aliran have commanded serious attention. It has been alleged that ALJKAN is a political society and attempts have been made to

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Winner of TV quiz show WILL get his prize [ARTICLE]

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Winner of TV quiz show WILL get his prize NATIONAL serviceman I Chan Yew Chee will get the video recorder he won two weeks ago in a television musical quiz after all I The Singapore Broadcasting Corporation is satisfied that he was eligible to participate in a studio game during

Beating the NOL deadline [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Beating the NOL deadline PITTING aad running they came cheered aa by sarroandlng on-look-ers. Their goal waa aot breakiag a tape at the finish liae, hat betting the nooa deadline on the last day af application* far Neptane Orient lines' shares, at the ground flaar af the Development Bank af

Fewer road accidents in first 3 months [ARTICLE]

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Fewer road accidents in first 3 months STRICTER enforcement of traffic laws, more campaigns on road safety and greater cooperation from the public have resulted in a decline in the number of road accidents in the first three months of this year. The road death toll from January to March

Pre-U awards scheme [ARTICLE]

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Pre-U awards scheme THE Straits Times reports errorneously on April 10 tha the People s Association wa. offering 120 awards to pre-uni versity and junior college stu dents under the People' Scholarship Fund Award scheme The Peoples Scholarshii Fund was established under Trust Deed and is not connect ed with

Broker agreed to guarantee, court told [ARTICLE]

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Broker agreed to guarantee, court told THE First National Bank of Chicago, appealing against the High Court's dismissal of its $2,520,196 civil claim against a woman property broker last July, contended yesterday through its counsel that the judgment for her could not be sustained on the evidence given. Madam Tan

Crushed by cargo of maize [ARTICLE]

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Crushed by cargo of maize THE coroner's court recorded a misadventure verdict yesterday on la bourer Ong Chin Tat. 66, who died after 620 kg of maize fell on him. A cargo sling which had a breaking load ol 2250 kg snapped as it was loading the goods from the

Plant opening [ARTICLE]

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Plant opening THE Minister (or Trade and Industry. Mr Goh Chok Tong. will attend the opening ceremony of Metal Box new plant at Woodlands Road on Friday at 4.30 p m

BOSSES CAN USE POSB FOR CPF PAYMENTS [ARTICLE]

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BOSSES CAN USE POSB FOR CPF PAYMENTS EMPLOYERS can now make contributions to their workers' Central Provident Fund accounts through the CPF-POSB Giro Service. By filling in forms available at the CPF Board and at POSB branches, they can have contributions automatically deducted from their POSB accounts every month, and

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DPP drops charges against 3 SIA men [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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DPP drops charges against 3 SIA men BEN DAVIDSON By THREE former Singapore Airlines cockpit crew members, accused of supporting an illegal work-to-rule, walked out of court free yesterday after the prosecution withdrew its charges against them. Beaming with Joy, former First Officers Tan Siak Huat and John Maguire and

WOMAN TOURIST LOSES $14,000 TO ROBBER [ARTICLE]

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WOMAN TOURIST LOSES $14,000 TO ROBBER A MAN weilding a knife held up an Indonesian woman tourist and robbed her of {14.400 in Race Course Road at 2.30 p.m. on Monday Madam Elly Meriati. 39. was crossing the road to the Long Sun Temple when the robber struck. When she

Feathered tenant and her off-spring fly off [ARTICLE]

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Feathered tenant and her off-spring fly off HENRIETTA, a bird that built a nest on the first floor of an Orange Grove flat and hatched triplets, has flown off with two of her off -spring. No one knows whether she flew off because of the death of her third offspring

Quest for 'save energy' logo [ARTICLE]

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Quest for 'save energy' logo THE search is on for a striking logo to "urge people to save energy.' An Energy Conservation Logo Design Competition is being held as part of the nation-wide energy conservation campaign which will be launched on May 14 A $5,000 prize awaits the creator of

$100 m for the civil service to go on-line [ARTICLE]

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$100 m for the civil service to go on-line IT WILL coal the kovenuneat mare than )IM million to computerise the I* ministries, the Civil Service (om poterlsatlon Graap (CSCG) said la a report. The report lacerperates rc<*mmeadatioas to help the civil nervice leapfrog to a higher level af c*mpaler-haaed

Hindu epic [ARTICLE]

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Hindu epic THE Hindu epic Ramayana will be recounted by Mrs Erika Masterson at the National Museum Theatrette on April 28 at 8 p.m Admission is free.

MP to query minister on patent laws [ARTICLE]

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MP to query minister on patent laws BOON Lay Member of Parliament Goh Chee Wee will ask Law Minister E.W. Barker, at Parliament's next sitting, whether he is taking steps to amend the patents law here as they only offer protection to British patents. Singapore's present pat- I ent laws

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Smashed: Hole-indoor gang [ARTICLE]

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Smashed: Hole-in-door gang POLICE are believed to have smashed a gang which made the headlines early this year for their method of breaking into Jurong Town Corporation flats. The members would drill i holes in the door near the latch for one of them to unlock the door Police detained

SMOU to submit dossier on ship incident [ARTICLE]

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SMOU to submit dossier on ship incident PAUL JACOB By THE Singapore Maritime Officers' Union (SMOU) is to submit its dossier on the Cherry Ruby incident to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and National Trades Union Congress this week. It is being done "in the hope that the authorities will

Nine months for CBT of haj money [ARTICLE]

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Nine months for CBT of haj money A JOBLESS man, Sim Hai Shoon, 42, was sentenced to nine months' jail yesterday for criminal breach of trust of $86,400 that belonged to a religious teacher who had booked tickets for Muslims to go on pilgrimage to Mecca. He was found guilty

COURT BRIEFS

Gas cylinder thief fined [ARTICLE]

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Gas cylinder thief fined THE MAN responsible for a spate of gas cylinder thefts from hawker stalls and coffee shops was yesterday jailed for a day and fined $4,000. Ong Leong Chuan, 28, admitted he stole 41 cylinders, worth $2,460, from last October to March this year.

Molested housewife [ARTICLE]

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Molested housewife A COURT prosecutor. saying it was common for "defenceless women" to be mo.estM in Housing Board lifts, yesterday asked for a deterrent sentence on 20-year old Kiev Ka Sin, a first, offender. The magistrate's court fined Kiev, of Pulau Tekong, who admitted molesting a 23-year-old housewife, $2,000.

Took signed cheque [ARTICLE]

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Took signed cheque DESPATCH rider Nor Malik Abdul Kanm. 24. who tried to withdraw $3,000 from a magistrate's bank account, was yesterday fined $900 after he pleaded guilty. Nor, who works in law firm, was arrested at the Malayan Banking B«?rhad branch in People's Park Centre on March 23 when

Used house as a brothel [ARTICLE]

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Used house as a brothel A SUB-TENANT of a house in Jalan Serengam off Sembawang Road, was fined $2,400 by a district judge yesterday for using it as a brothel Anti-vice police officers, who raided the place on April 3, found eight men being entertained by two Thai women, Misses

GIRL, 5, PLUNGES 11 FLOORS TO DEATH [ARTICLE]

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GIRL, 5, PLUNGES 11 FLOORS TO DEATH A FIVE-YEAR-OLD i girl, Ng Chew I'eag, feU to her death <r*m Ike llth fl««r«( her M«ck of flats In Jalan Bakit Menk at I.IS p.m. on MMday. Her matter, Mrs Ng Pah Tta. 18, had left Chew Peag and her nliM-moata »ld

Defence ties with Australia to be expanded [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Defence ties with Australia to be expanded THERE is to be expanded defence relations by way of training and joint exercises between Singapore and Australia under the Five Power defence pact. Outgoing Australian High Commissioner Mr Geoffrey Price (above), who was at the Paya Lebar Airport before leaving to assume

Display of Italian gifts [ARTICLE]

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Display of Italian gifts REPRESENTATIVES from 12 member companies of an Italian consortium called the Florence Gift Pool will be in Singapore to meet their local counterparts from Saturday to next Wednesday. The consortium is made up of 20 handicraft factories dealing in Alabaster gift ware. wax, ceramics, wood, mpial

Outstanding VC members [ARTICLE]

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Outstanding VC members MR CHAN CHEE SENG. Senior Parliamentary Secretary (Social Af fail's land Member of Parliament for Jalan Besar. will present awards to out standing Vigilante Corps members on Sunday at noon at the Hua Palace Restaurant Thirty people from the regular staff, part-time and volunteer sen ice and

10 shops up drink prices earlier [ARTICLE]

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10 shops up drink prices earlier I COFFEE shops in Orj chard and Bras Basah i roads and High and Hill streets visiteof yesterday charged 10 cents more for a bottle of Pepsi Cola with I ice three days before the increase takes effect. Prices of Pepsi Cola j and

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`Hei Mun' turns singer — and finds money good [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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`Hei Mun' turns singer and finds money good TAN BAN HU AT By i \KOI ibm Yae LJac tMk a t»i mmtk rraati roavlag to Ststnaarr. Now t*e to a JUfetv ■tgat star at a toraJ aatchtriaa. I Mt praf c*> stoaal .tf^er," s*r aaU at a mom r— terrace

New video laws being drawn up [ARTICLE]

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New video laws being drawn up THE Attorney-Generals Chambers is finalising details of a new legislation to control the sale and distribution of video tapes in Singapore. SBC reported last night it would be tabled at the next sitting of Parliament for approval. A Culture Ministry official was reported to

Just 10 minutes to freedom for those stuck in HDB lifts [ARTICLE]

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Just 10 minutes to freedom for those stuck in HDB lifts GOH LEE KHUAN By IF YOU are trapped in a lift in a Housing Board block between floors, DON'T scream. Just relax instead. Thanks to a $5,000 marvel known as the Automatic Rescue Device (ARD). your "freedom" is assured

38 to attend Skal clubs' meeting [ARTICLE]

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38 to attend Skal clubs' meeting THE International Association of Seal Clubs, often called "the United Nations of the travel industry", will hold its second Asian Area Presidents' Meeting on April 28 and 29. The presidents of 38 Asian Area Skal club*, will exchange views and discus how to give

Three places to give blood [ARTICLE]

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Three places to give blood THE PUBLIC can donate blood at the Shangri-la Hotel's car park today from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. On April 27, the mobile blood bank will be at the Institute of Education. Paterson Road, from 10 am to 3.30 p.m. The Blood Donation Centre at

NPCC drill contest [ARTICLE]

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NPCC drill contest THE finals (A the National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC) annual drill competition will be held on Saturday at 430 pm at the Police Academy Parade grounds. Thomson Road The Deputy Commis sioner of Police. Mr Michael Chai will be guest -of honour

Get the brightest into aviation: Teng Cheong [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Get the brightest into aviation: Teng Cheong SOME of the brightest students should be encouraged to join the aviation industry to keep up the industry s high standards, Communications Minister Ong Teng Cheong said yesterday. He felt it was necessary to keep injecting fresh blood and new ideas into It.

Drug course for leaders [ARTICLE]

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Drug course for leaders ADULT leaders from the Singapore Girl Guide and Scout Associations will attend a course. The Anti-Drug Badge Scheme, on April 26 from 9 a.m. to 5 30 p.m. at Guide House. The president o( the Singapore Anti-Narcotics Association. Mr Baey Lian Peck, will officiate at the

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Cholera probe after five warded [ARTICLE]

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Cholera probe after five warded PUBLIC health inspectors were yesterday investigating a cholera outbreak after five confirmed cases and two carriers were warded in Middleton Hospital within a week. The five are believed to have contracted the disease from different sources. A Ministry of Environment spokesman said the five patients

English as she is writ in Singapore [ARTICLE]

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English as she is writ in Singapore MAY HO By 4 RATHER depreniigly, the average rate of non-«taiidardisms for the texts prod need by undergraduates in the NUS Is 48.8 per l.Mt words. the most standard undergraduate text had a rate of non-fttandardlsnui of M.s a per I,IN words. y

Travel fair opening [ARTICLE]

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Travel fair opening THB chairman of the Singapore Tourist Promotion Board. Mr Tan I Tons, will officiate the opening of Travel '81 the Third International Travel Fair at the World Trade Centre tomorrow at 10 45 a.m. Sponsored by the National Association of Travel Agents in Singapore, the fair will

RC grooms youngsters [ARTICLE]

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RC grooms youngsters A RESIDENTS' Committee for the young has been set up in Potong Pasir to groom second generation leaders for the main RC. It was set up by the Potong Pasir Zone A RC about two weeks ago the first r.C for the young to be set up.

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ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY

Harmful drug found in herbal medicine [ARTICLE]

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Harmful drug found in herbal medicine KUALA LUMPUR. Tues A Chinese herbal medicine, used as an aphro disiac for men. has been found to come partly from a drug which can upset the hormonal balance and cause impotency The Health Ministry said on Sunday the medicine, Qiangli Kuben-Su. which comes

No increases says govt [ARTICLE]

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No increases says govt KIALA LUMPUR. Tues. There anil be no more price increase* in petrol al least (or the near future. Finance Illnlslir Tengku Razaleigh Haauah did on Sunday No more increases were expected and even if the Opec countries should decide on another hike, the government would not

Youth tour [ARTICLE]

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Youth tour KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. A tt-member Malaynan youth drtefation from Perak, Pahaag and N**n SetnbUu left here jrecterday tor a week-long study tour of Indonesia to stady various averts of youth activities there, a Ministry of Culture. Youth and Sports «pnfc»»».» (aid today.

PM to launch urea project on Saturday [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PM to launch urea project on Saturday KUALA LUMPUR, Turn. PRIME Minister Datuk Hussein Onn will perform his third public function since recently undergoing a coronary bypass operation by launching the Asean Bintulu fertiliser project here on Saturday. Coming hard on the heels of his launching the National Unit Trust

8 years for kidnapper whose victim died [ARTICLE]

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8 years for kidnapper whose victim died IPOH. Tues A kidnap- I i per whose victim died after he left him gagged and tied to a tree was jailed for eight years yesterday Abdul Wahab bin Aziz. a farmer, pleaded guilty to committing culpable homicide by causing the death of

Starting on right note [ARTICLE]

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Starting on right note MALAYSIAN Prime i Minister Dmtak Hnaaein Onn flashes a smile m be hands aver $11 to Natioaa.l Halt Trait chairman Ton Ismail AU in Koala Lampv o* MoatUy. Oa Us right Is j Datak Serl Dr Mahathir Mohamad. Tke $11 Is the minimum allowed far the

Harun's chest pains [ARTICLE]

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Harun's chest pains Xl ALA 1.1 MM K. Tact. Farmer SrlMMr State Chief Mlnlnirr Dttak H*rn« Idrta wma admitted v Ike r«r— ry care unit at the OMMitU HwpiUU kere after r*mpUlalmg rkeat |Mi*a, It ni leftraetf Udmy. bwraicd ■•■rrei ■»ld tkftt ke was Klvm tTMttnmt and wvM U the

75 pc of mines resume full operation [ARTICLE]

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75 pc of mines resume full operation KUALA LUMPUR, Tues MORE than 75 per cent of all gravel pump mines in the country have resumea full productive operation. Most of the rest are expected to do so within the next two or three weeks. Primary Industries Minister Datuk Paul Leong

Silat festival [ARTICLE]

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Silat festival KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. The First Asean Suat Festival aimed at popularising the Malay martial art will be held here on May 9, a spokesman (or the organisers said. AFP

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BRAZILIAN TRADE MISSION TO VISIT SINGAPORE The Embassy of Brazil takes pleasure m informing the Singapore business community that a high ranking and wide scoped Brazilian Trade Mission shall be visiting Singapore on May sth and 6th, 1 98 1 The Mission, which is made up of both Government officials

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Bringing Up Father By Bill Kavanagh Hal Camp OORORISOorcFapPKJ, AfiKTWEP«VERTDMUW?v; HOW U3HG WIU. A HNJF- AH TA*E THE ]Wj\ NJMTte BUT JiGGS WILL SO AUNTIE OH SREHP IT IN<E 0V THE I HOUR- 1 1 LON6 gOUTE BeGIAPIDPCK'jOOLIP WORE TUAEWHW US' J SHORT BDUTE'A. ,\Y Blondle By Chic Young -On€v

The Straits Times WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1981

FOILED PLOT [ARTICLE]

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FOILED PLOT REVELATIONS of plots against President Suharto are not new but the latest disclosure of plans by an extremist Muslim group to overthrow the Indonesian Government also unveiled a rather tenuous link between the plotters and a foreign source none other than Ayatollah Khomeiny. Tied up with the recent

THE PAY-OFF [ARTICLE]

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THE PAY-OFF LIKE road users everywhere, Singaporeans have grumbled about the increasingly punitive measures for transgressing traffic rules. Some may even have decried the strict enforcement by the authorities in bringing the guilty to book. Certainly there have been many who have questioned whether motorists should be compelled to wear

Big Two move to guard vital interests [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Big Two move to guard vital interests JOSEPH HARSCH Oil supply and Soviet system at stake By 6 IT WILL not be easy for Mr Haig to get Arab cooperation for his antiSoviet coalition as long as he refrains from poshing Israel towards withdrawal from occupied Arab territory It is

World's granary is full but will the hungry be fed? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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World's granary is full but will the hungry be fed? TOM HENEGHAN in Vienna By THE world could easily feed its 460 million hungry people if only it could find a way to get the food to them, according to a major international research project here which has been studying

Don't go along with 'send' [ARTICLE]

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Don't go along with 'send' ANDREW LESLIE Oddities in Language By SOME time ago I wrote a column on "bring", "(etch" and "take", trying to explain the different ways in which these words are used. There is another common verb which really belongs to this group, and which is often

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Road, opposite the Chinese High School ;H* I HjßWfr -Ss Viewing from the BukitTimah flyover, its "sxl I lirfTHWl 11 jT^TbTTI immaculate architecture presents a |f^*' h^r^jtmf i^MgTfcg pleasing frontage enhanced by luxurious ..<^Uj^|s^ h^UhL Encircling the estate are multicoloured *--jL« JLj^L QviJt foliage and shrubbery and vast open acres

FORUM

Danger from above in SBS bus [LETTER]

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Danger from above in SBS bus WHILE travnl— t as inn:, service tit, VleUrla Slmi April IS at akaat l.li a.a».. I t* kil M ikr hrmd ■> a Metal traaklac cwver afcMi »m iMf mmt M cm wMe «*at ha* 1 4r»pa*< «fl tfc* ceUtaf. Ttecw Bewty Mwalr**] ■•<■•

FALLING AT RAFFLES' FEET [LETTER]

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FALLING AT RAFFLES' FEET THE evening of Feb 2 was a wet night. Crossing at Empress Place in front of the statue of Sir Stamford Raffles. I fell into a drain where the grill was missing. I suffered a serious leg injury resulting in extreme pain for two weeks, medical

Husband not seeking new pasture [LETTER + ILLUSTRATION]

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Husband not seeking new pasture I REFER to the letter, "That return to school teaching duties it's not a shame" by K.Y. Phua (ST. April 10) in which he mentioned that he was "amused by one unsuccessful applicant whose wife wrote to the Forum extolling her husband's involvement in ECA,

The 50,000 who never returned [LETTER]

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The 50,000 who never returned YOUR feaure, "Man who's out b heal Death Railway Wxjnds (ST, March 18), may throw some light oi the mysterious inductiot of Singapore workers in 19*3 by the Japanese atthorities for "overseas assignments I lost a ousin in this manner, a strapping youth who had

More repeating `O' level exam this year [LETTER]

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More repeating `O' level exam this year IT HAS Always been the ministry's policy to post repeat students back to their previous schools. The re are, however, schools that do not have sufficient places at Secondary 4 to take back all their repeat students. Under the existing policy, students who

NO NEED FOR LICENCE IF IT'S ALL IN THE FAMILY [LETTER]

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NO NEED FOR LICENCE IF IT'S ALL IN THE FAMILY I REFER to the letter "Can family member help an L driver'" (ST. April 11) by "Still Learning." A person who wishes to be a professional driving instructor is reauired to possess a driving instructor's licence. It is an offence

Difference lies in trunk and feeder services [LETTER]

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Difference lies in trunk and feeder services 1 WISH to thank Mr Har ish Pillay for his letter "The fare sums that do not add up right" (ST. Feb 27). From Mr Pillay's calculation of the fares for services 203. 213 and 216. it does appear at first sight that

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TIMES CITY DESK

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES .THE laat in—mil ready ask* al ihr clom at tailmi oa the Sio. k Varhaafft at Tltipwi )WMiih) com fartd wttfc tfcr Mil Hi ik;i pnm. •lofrta* «ttii tfcr MM Ufk aad to* Al)willorm(i i^tewti ••CTIOK 4MB —Ml III I tOMIWntl Ml m m* Ml m IM MMClMt

SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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SCOREBOARD Closing tone Firm Turnover Official figures supplied by the Stock Exchange ol Singapore including odd lots Ready' totalled 18.503.000 units valued at K1.47t.000 Industrials accounted for 12.019.000 finance 1. 165.000. hotels 714.000. proper tin 1.576.000. debentures, loans and bonds 403.000. plantations 1.542.000. minings 1.084.000 "Settlement" contracts totalled 40.000 units

UNIT TRUSTS [ARTICLE]

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UNIT TRUSTS n» Commm* 1M 4 14 m» Savtafi Fund 2.17 2 ipor* Prof Fund 1U 171 i'poreSec Fund 2 25 2« por* urvnt Fund 2 45 2 57 "parr Equity Fund 1» 1.(7 uuiwinur <mii|in' prtan l«r «-r B) tallavc«Fu>d 3» 4 13xd tol Pro» Fu«l 2 58 2

BUSINESS DONE (Singapore) [ARTICLE]

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BUSINESS DONE (Singapore) BID ud <a*r pnn« Mci M*} wJMa and tl lIHIB to v naaUld I* d» Slock Earaaaf* of *»tl|iTi y«airroat wtta la* avatarr of atom tradrd Aon I* bracam la lab of 1 HO uatts imttm Mlwulal aycci (tod All Tl— SutIUMW Oaatractt. ■rr oawM* aH»r Ikr

KUALA LUMPUR [ARTICLE]

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KUALA LUMPUR BID *ad oMtr pnm «*h*-uy itawd 4t>4 hnd.ii in ud repamd v tk* Kuala iMfK Suck r»rUMi tmirrfcy «llk Or .Mtar of ttam irafcd *m la anraali la M> 4 JJJ- 4MB (1MB) (1) 1)1 4 Chat il ME I (1) 111 (1) lit HMD (2«78 IMS) (27)

CHIEF PRICE CHANGES

Rises [ARTICLE]

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Rises HI M H.nk.n, P*fi M.i. Public Tulil* Malakoff m Su«.r. Hrg. Ck» C M C «porr Laod Mrlro Midi, lou.tf.d ipor« Glass rows A City I H S Mate 5T0 HO 910 380 S15 M6 430 USO 408 1430 1230 1300 M0 358 420 530 TO so 45 45

Falls [ARTICLE]

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Falls ■M Vttm Loaa 875 Aabauidor MO Goodwood Park 2100 Boualradro 450 -70 28

Most active stocks [ARTICLE]

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Most active stocks Sim Urn 1 '32 000 P»hang 1.M9.000 Sim* Darby 713 000 Federal Cabin 6SOOOO Total turnover 18.54 m Total value: 181 76m

Indices [ARTICLE]

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Indices B.T Indicator Industrials Finance: Hotels: Properties: Minings: flanutums OCBC: SESInd: XXXXXXXXXX58 69 XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX4 XXXXX6 1336 70 XXXXX1 848.88 859J7 400.41 400 SE 1020 98 1023 30 XXXXX 8477* XXXXX 832.41

OVERSEAS MARKETS

H'KONG [ARTICLE]

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H'KONG HONGKONG: Stocks closed quietly easier in selective trading yesterday, following the Easter holidays, with the Hang Seng index losing 7 90 points to close the day at 1352 94. dealers said. Operators were generally reserved with some US banks raising primes to 17-1 2 per cent and on indications

TOKYO [ARTICLE]

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TOKYO TOKYO: Prices closed higher yesterday, after selective buying in blue chips, led by autce and eleotricals. but steels and some other large capitals fell on profit-taking, dealers said. The Dow Jones average rose 12.65 to 7497.36 points, in fairly I active trading, with a volume of 580 million shares

SYDNEY [ARTICLE]

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SYDNEY SYDNEY. Tues Share* dosed firmer v traders reacted t» the recent stroag per Iwwi.n k«« on the London »nd Wall Street markets, dealen aid. Leading miacrs. laderpfcv ned by firmer fold prices. hnM the resurfencr which st» the All-Ordinaries M« add f.C points to TMX although oils and industrials

NEW YORK [ARTICLE]

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NEW YORK NEW YORK. Mod. The stock market rallied in the afternoon to close at an eightyear bit* loUowtaf signs of an easing ki inflationary pressure* in the economy The Dow-Jones industrial average rose 10 potats and advances kw decisMS eight to s:* million lHt Thurada> The gain by the

LONDON [ARTICLE]

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LONDON LONDON. Tan. Equities eland cuter today with last weak's record levels attracting soate profit taking and at 3pm teftaieUTlMiWam down UmM at Mi having jrw^mn was botctMt a •rw"llu(s above the days ion Falls on the day ranged to around ftp among Irartlai ■mm but government bond* reae at

Selected indices [ARTICLE]

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Selected indices FINANCIAL TIMES INDUSTRIALS Monday Friday Week Afo M 6« DOW JONES AVERAGE INDUSTRIALS Monday Friday Week Ago M 3.16 H.K.HANG SENG Tue»day 1302.94 Monday Week Afo XXXXX1 AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIALS Tueaday 753 Monday Week Afo 741.1 ALL ORDINARIES Tueiday 7382 Monday Week A(o 718 i

COMMODITIES

TIN MARKETS [ARTICLE]

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TIN MARKETS THE STRAITS tin price gained another 15 cents to $30.30 per kilo in Penang yesterday, on an official offering up 24 tonnes to 145 tonnes. LONDON: The metal exchange was closed on Monday. NEW YORK: Spot tin was quoted at 611.00 to 620.00 US cents per Ib on

RUBBER [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES in the Singapore rubber market closed slightly easier yesterday, with May RSS One buyers quoted at 238.50 cents per kilo, down 1.00 cent on last Thursday's close, dealers said. Morning prices were marked down slightly on stale bull liquidation and some profit-taking. Afternoon levels fluctuated around lunchtime prices

SSR and SMR [ARTICLE]

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SSR and SMR ■>K .■>■ iSRSO HKM K .MK Cl iMRL MRS ■«h If i il uapalkti (I U«p»U«l 11 ton palWu i>«Si Mar iCarraal Mlkl totyn s.ll,r. Ill SO 2l>50 220S0N Mar n«oo mooN KIU 2MWN I'NQ UNO 24*50 290 SON Z»SO 241 SON S5 MM ,Fot..rd Mia I

GOLD [ARTICLE]

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GOLD THE KILOBAR market (or gold deliverable In Singapore opened >l 533.3 M and rloaed at SB.MO yesterday In the Far East, gold opened ai i:SW» 50 «*JO and was traded higher to UM 50 «0 00 but lUpped lower to MB 00 «t 00 on news of Saudi Arabia

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES Rubber April 21 Singapore: May: 238.50 cents (down 1.00 cent) Malaysia: May: 260.00 cents (down 1.50 cent*) Tin: M 530.30 per kilo (up 15 cents) Official offering: 146 tonnes (up 24 tonnes)

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES CHINESE Prsdaee Kxrhaatr. Slagapare, mm clawing prices per IM kg >nlerda> funil all: Bulk fob 1115 00 srll en, old drum (in second hand drum fob SUB 00 seller* new drum fob 1134 00 sellers Cesra: Mlied (loose) »«2 00 buyers Pefswr: Mumok white pepper lob Ana NLW

Silver quotes [ARTICLE]

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Silver quotes Mm Itm New York 11 HB 11 MB 11 73S 11 MS Zurich rlowd 11 106 ■■Iomo 11 DK Tm Mm Singapore 11 50B 11 JOB 11 70S U5OS Cloumi pnm in US dolla n a troy ounce tam: Cnm Smtm,. 8'pw».

ST index still going up [ARTICLE]

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ST index still going up SHARE prleea raattaaetl to advaace at the Singapore stock exchaage yesteraay. There was keea latoreat In all aerton, partlralarly the flaaace aertor. Prices aprird atlghU) higher from sveralghl levels la the maraiag, hat the ip■arge was thwarted later whea pram-taken, stepped la. Hawever, tke halllsh

Kuala Lumpur [ARTICLE]

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Kuala Lumpur SUSTAINED buying support continued to push shaie prices higher on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange yesterday. Opening levels were hijher and prices were dealt i firmly until towards he j close when profit-taring reduced margins slightly However, the closing one i was firm. Trading was active *ith I

Money and exchanges [ARTICLE]

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Money and exchanges THE US Sing dolla opened at mi» In quiet tr»dtagin the Sing.pore lorn market yesrruay II gained a little, reaching the day's high of 52.128 aetorr wing but held nndy at around the $2 1210 20 level. Newi that the US ml GNP grew at a 6.5

NOMINAL RATES [ARTICLE]

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NOMINAL RATES ASIAN currency deposit interbank rates as at close on Apr 21. Closing Asian dollar certificates of deposit for prime names on Apr 21: INTERBANK rates at 3.00 pm CWMOM Mommal r«M SnMttooman PwcanUe* qwtod irMMrdi) (eraMHMrtty chang. LaeaJ (Ullar* tow malt faretga earraaey: US dollar 2.1210 2.1220 2.8196

Discount [ARTICLE]

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Discount RANGE of prices offered by disrount houses on Apr 21 Overnight l'r to 6 Cat] deposits C. I Clotiaf Barix S»llm 3- month Treasury bills »H 3-month Bank bills 9 3 months CD 9 9 months CD 10 8wm: MltllMl Dbnm Ciapi

Money market [ARTICLE]

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Money market Closing interbank rates for Singapore dollars on Apr 21 OB>r Ovimlghl 1 month 2 months 3 months Ov*rni*ht 1 89 16 9 9 3 16 mode 87 9 V 1

Prime lending rates [ARTICLE]

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Prime lending rates THE average rate at which ma)ar Singapore hanks are currently prepared to lead to their host easterners Is IZ.BS per cent.

MWE's registrar given strict orders [ARTICLE]

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MWE's registrar given strict orders MWE'S registrar had been give* strict orders to regiater all appUcatioas for transfers without delay. MWE chairman X X Sharma dtarlosed last week He was reptrtag *o aßtga tions that some shareholders found it difficult to rag Mar their shares This group of sharehokJ ers

Commendable rise in Keck Seng's profit [ARTICLE]

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Commendable rise in Keck Seng's profit AS expected, plantation based Keck Seng (Malaysia) Bhd has done better than its directors had forecast late last year. The group has reported operating pre-tax profits of M 514.2 million for the full year to December MO. up 12 59 per cent from the

Exchange receives MUI's . reply on acquisition [ARTICLE]

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Exchange receives MUI's reply on acquisition MALAYAN United Industrie* (MUI) has told the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange that the consideration of MJIOO million (or the acquisition of Union Holdings was baaed on a valuation report which had estimated the market value of Oriental Plaza at that amount. The 22-storey Oriental

It's OUB, not UOB [ARTICLE]

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It's OUB, not UOB TBE •ae-fer-flve righto law at C per share ni pr»p»ifd ay Overseas balsa Baafc aa4 act tar I altos Overseas Baak a* afcewa la taMe wMea weml la The Stnlts law yeatetaajr.

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RATES OF INTEREST ON S$ FIXED DEPOSnS* n^t A 3 mm U 4 sHsnT •asfoopa IHr I (loop a. 1 Rates are s jbiect to changp wtnout notice Your deposits are on a roll-over basis, that is, principal plus interest will be renewed on maturity for the same period at

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Citibank Interest Rates Effective 22nd April 1981 Fixed Deposits 1 month 81/2% Da8 1 /2%Da (Minimum deposit $10,000) w/«wv 2 months 9% D a (Minimum deposit $2,500) '"r o 3 months 9 pa (Minimum deposit $2,500) 6 months 93/ 4 Da (Minimum deposit s2,soo) w K' a 12 months 111/4%

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Datsun The Economy Champion IPOH, Sun. DATSUN cars once again proved to be the economy champions of NATIONAL ECONOMY RUNS. In the 1981 NATIONAL ECONOMY RALLY which started at midnight this morning and finished in Ipoh by lunch time, DATSUN cars obtained one of the best figures returned in the

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'VJvertisenx'nt j Motor Journalists Do Well In Economy Run This gold opportunity came when the country's most reported team, KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN TEAM DATSUN entered the 1981 RPMC NATIONAL ECONOMY RALLY. Shahriza Hussein, 38, Managing Editor of AUTO INTERNATIONAL and his Technical Editor, Robert Rowlands, 35, drove a DATSUN PULSAR

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Shahriza Hussein (right) Managing Editor of AUTO INTERNATIONAL with his Technical Editor, Robert Rowlands. to adapt to unusual driving conditions quickly and effectively. Initially, when the two were named as official members of KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN TEAM DATSUN entry in the 1981 RPMC NATIONAL ECONOMY run, the opposition was baffled

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AT YOUR SERVICE RATES SECTION INDEX _"tt TekDhone Ser,.ce 2M4422 PERSONAL SERVICES Monday Frtdov 830 o rri 500 p m OdVKKv kJFRPH ANDI^F §7 /A I H 111 l\ I IB /AA^I COUNTER SERVICE so't^*>,'T^x IV ACCOMMODATION I PROPERTIES l l ____l_____t| I^^^^on S2"-^,r tZXtttZZTi™ Z ANNOUNCEMENTS. PERSONAL 1 Upper

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MMAVtU-S BXST SCLLCtt Wi| nn piano U In town Now available from Songs Piano House 3370*15 XXXXX27 XXXXX14 Compulune International XXXXX84 or Mun Kal Piano Cv XXXXX(3 452M7» ONE KAWAI OROAN in excellent condition 12 100 on v Tel Mrs Yeo XXXXX32 before 5 pm or XXXXX4 after 7 JO

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I Persofiel Services Merchendise ii Rosenthal «^V Studiom 7. The Orchard W i 290, Orchard Rd f M Tel: XXXXX43 As from Ist May 1981. w* are at: k Smop No 20. IP Groundtloor. M| Shopping Centre 1 90. Celemenceou Aye.(0923) ■P ;__^^p^^^ Weservr ij&i. v Eastern A Western Food

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13 Stampe A Coma I j i fOR SALE Singapore new definitives stamps 1 c ship, mint al 309. Colombo Court XXXXX59 14 For Sale Others CHEAP PORTABLE ELECTRIC manual typewriters. $18 4340. Olympla 18 "c manual typewriters, colour televisions, speakers XXXXX53/4 KEPPEL CLUB TRANSFERABLE Membership Tel XXXXX90 between noon

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1 v.v- i I Personal Services WerclwndUe i c I WE PAY MMH prices for your old gold ornaments, silver and pawn shop receipts etc Please call XXXXX74' XXXXX57/ XXXXX81 59. Victoria Street. Spore 0718 26 Where To Eat EXCELLENT VEGETARIAN FOOD Km service, airconditione] I Easy parking 10am to

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DRESSMAKING ELEMENTARY DRESSMAKING Duration 5 Months a Tue Frl2 00 5 00pm b Tue rri 645 9 45pm I Thu64s 845pm d Saturday 200 6 00pm FASHION DESIGNING COURSE a Wednesday 645 9 45pm b Saturday 2.00 500pm Please enrol now at The AMociolod School ol Dreeemektne 4 Art 401/

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I Person* Services t Merchandise 40 Aircon/Refrigerator AMCONDITIONCRS. REFRIOERATOR4 FOR repairs and re-spray Day and Night service Greenleaf Airconditloning Services. Tel XXXXX40 XXXXX17 AMCONOmONERS REFRIGERA TOR 4. ELECTRICAL Plumbing and Repair Trade-In, rental in .stalmenl. for sale Hong Slang Engineering Tel XXXXX36 AIR CURTAINS/ AIRCONS FOR sale at reasonable price

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41 TV/ Sound System AERIALS INSTALLATION REPAIR all kinds of colour T V on the spot Reasonable charges Day Night Service XXXXX23 if nobody in please phone XXXXX75 TechnlI ral Servicing Video fixing to T V COLOUR T.V. Model Sharp Liny- iron. 2 years old Expat leaving. I selling SSB9Oo

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V Business Products. Services 1 Jt. Opportunities YEO MANAGEMENT SERVICES offers efficient reliable services at reasonable cost for in* following ■oekkeeprng. ■vsinas* Regwlrelion. Company Registration Compeny Secretarial. End ol Yeei Accounts. Income Tai Return. SHI! Recruitment Trademark Registration. Answering Service 1 Mailing Addrem 10. Eest Coest Road Singapore IS4S Tel:

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GOOD ILLUMMATEO ADVERTISE ment hoarding f« tout at cor nrr (if New Bridge Hoad Smith street opposite People's Park Complex Interested please phone XXXXX2S XXXXX*3 IMPORTED MLX GARMENTS SoHino ch«*p Dnaa mo Skirt «4O P»nl» MO ■mm «m Or STOCK LOTS AT SPECIAL PRICES Hmiml nmm i FOR VIEWING LARGE

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JH m SrttNNiorni Vscanl gUr+CaVC/r-f w ASSOCIATION FOR EDOCATrONALLV .ÜBNORMAL CHILDREN BfWMeM gxeppMCgMtsMlS IwV TEACHERS Preferably trained and experlenred in teaching I young and or Mandlraprvd children Ptaaae apply to M. ARTHUR ROAD SINGAPORE 1543 Setery wts wWwaVat t wsakMaaaVgaMsf wseWMomaßßsWngspfvt Paraamial far the taVeaHwg UNIT MANAGERS SUPERVISORS N you

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SB by Trading Company at Mar pherson Aljunied Roads knowledge of Accounts and abilitt to work IndependenUy Call A Fast (Jrowlng Construction Company requires: tIPIRai.MCS.LI a CFFICbTNT SECRETARY Age above B years Pfaaar write In with full details and contact telephone number le THE MANAGING DIRECTOR ZCNCCON (PTE) LTD «1

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SSSwk-w*. SECRETARY o Age J4 plus, mature In outlook c Oood OCE results with Maine maucs c M SO wpm typing ÜBM eelertrte) c SO 100 wpm shorthand o Ability to use OKI telex machin* Tke ees»s>e»> otters innsm •JJTES. UcUn,' ToJa-" inn rim s. opwacorH.. pn-e writs j ery%soXw7Tiiia>

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AN INTERNATIONAL TRADING COMPANY ACCOUNTANT I LADIES c Accounting Auditing/ Costo Administration c Documentation c Telephone Enquiries He/ She should have at least 3 years experience In Import/ Export documentation and be fluent In English, spoken and written Apply m Enawsn slallna peet oawaiwjawa, ealery eaßwesaw aad reosniaßss aaasatart slsed

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>m- m A, -a* -a-si-Sw j a— -a •■ptidtfiQ mgHiufacluring COn>pMiy ifl wNsVOfIQ rIAM tfTlmediate vacancy for RECEPTIONIST/ TYPIST c Pass in OCE XT level c Able lo type accurately c Hardworking, possess initiative and able to work IndependenUy c 1 to 2 years relevant working experience c Salary $300

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CNMCM FEMALE CLERK requlr- ed to do research work ty Real Estate Company Speaks md writ* fluent English CAM: i XXXXX0 CLERKS WTTH SOME work nf ci perience required by legal firm and engineering firm Minimum OCE O level Age abc»e It Interested appllranu please rail XXXXX68 CLERK /TYPISTS. MCimnMT

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Hbmlsr-ml fl ISP^ CARPMERarrERNATIONAL CORPORATION Facirlc ForEsolOrnco requires a CONFIDENTIAL SECRETARY W. hevo on ImmsdMils opening tor I .cp.iHdQnHlllcritory Applicants must be In possession of st least a O.C.E O' level Or tlflcste with an excellent command of English and proficiency In shorthand and typing At least 2 year's practical

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FOR WORK call! XXXXX39 Poeitions Vacant SECRETARIES s CLERK/TYPISTS (Jurong assignment) HOSTESSES OENERAL/ ACCOUNT* CLERK required by s Real Estate firm interested parties, please state Road. Singapore o*3l OENERAL CLERK CUM Typist re- quired Knowledge or Mandarin Preferably staying around Ang Mo Klo or Thomson area Please apply In writing

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1 A II Employment iA WItRNAIIUNAL OROUP OF AOVERTKNNQ AND PROMOTIONAL AOENCKS HA* VACANCIES FOR THE FOU.OWMO POSmONS 1. MCgVTIONMT/TELEPNONE OPSRATOR c Ability to handle the PMBX switchboard a Proficiency in English and at least one other language o OCE O' level certificate c At least 2 years working experience

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LEOAL FMM REOUWeIS 1 1 1 Typist. (2) Oeneral Clerk Please rontacl telephone 231M00 between Sam to 1200 pm today for an interview LEOAL FIRM REOUSW* Experienced Conveyancing Clerk Sa.perlence Please apply In own handwriting staling full particulars together with a nonreturnable photograph and con tact telephone number to 50-61.

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R EflMlSySßswett 1^ nt Situation* Vacant 3*<r*tmri*J ft Clerical T POST OFFICE SAVMQSBANK Invites Applications from Mas* and Fwmafct CLERICAL ASSIST ANT capore ilwni between Singapore Cambridge OCE >> kwl Certificate with at least credit in J iub)ecu 1 of huh must be in Enfluh and Mathematics Mslr candidates must

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Immediate vacancy at our Seletar Office Production Control Clerk GC.E O level: Pleasant personality. Some experience m clerical line in timekeeping in an engineering or motor firm with some technical knowledge. Preferably residing around district 1232. 1953. 1955 2056 We work only 5 DAY WEEK and PROVIDE a) Ad|ustment of

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it tnipioyiimit ill A I I T RtCKMRfD URGENTLY EIPERI Men Female Accounts Clerk Tel M7S3 i Mrs Ylkl for inter I STENOGRAPHERS >r»t«i«>i| artti (ipMiwM m togai I Interested apply with full parti pholofraph salary expected and contact telephone number to THE ADVERTttCR tIH FLOOR. ACS IWOWC 2MMTRIROAD Off

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«HH»n Iwmmion M IwibMMi 1) ACCOUNTS CLCHK/ TYPIST I) CLERK TYPIST Knowledge of Shorthand an advanla*> i) nusmpm asds 4) ATTENDANTS 5) COOKS t) OAROCNCP. '»>'■»'■ for po.ti (1) (1) ■MUM tan working tipimwcl *pp«c.nn pi.lwaMi should to ro»iainf HI lmm»im or Noo Apply with full particulars Including telephone number,

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II Emptoyßwn |jj| i A STRONG ESTABLISHED Direct Ftunf uin luwTun A STRONG ESTABLISHED Dim 1 sales company requires Sales Representatives in our latest Broducls Training provided lonlhly income »600 and above Call XXXXX76 for Interview lodfty or tomorrow ATTRACTIVE SALARY FOR temporary Sales Promoters (1 p m to 9

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rCMALe SALE* AaSfSTANT. *f«* above 19 required by Fashion Shop in Orchard Rd area Secondary education with fluent English and Mandarin Two shifts, prepared to work on Sunday. Public Holiday Interview callßlKM Interior Dasign 1 hMMHM Company naniraa Ih. la»l»lng pwww* MiiwaoHatah; 1) SALES MANAGER 2) SALES EXECUTIVE Successful candidates

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II Employment ill I- Bl I MENARD COSMETIC* URGENTLY requires Beauty Advisors No ex??rlence is nroevwry as SAlfs rainlnf is provided Outstandln( candidates will be sent to Japan for advanced training Please call at lit. Ist floor. Pearls Centre, Tel XXXXX17 Margaret. Ham 9pm MOTORCAR SPARC PARTS Sales Representative required

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SALES MCPftf SCNTATIVtS roouirod to K»« ow OftKa Suppboa Dmaion Preferably with motor cycle Training will be provided Basic salary, transport allowance and commission THE SALES MANAGER 27. GOLDMLL PLA2A. SMOAMMEIIM. Mm JS/«/ti SALES REPRESENTATIVE PNEUMATIC PftOOUCTS Experienced Pneumatic Representative required or Engineer with Pneumatics knowledge Excellent opportunity for applicant

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II Employnient fjjl X 1) MACHINISTS Wages depending on expenenre 2) GENERAL FITTERS Wages him as above Free transportation and t-shirts after probation salary adjustment after 3 months probation Besides 13th month payment will be entitled to profit bonus. Incentive bonus plus N We" recommendation Annual leave, sick leave. medical

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WILL ESTAaUISHf D manufac tunng company requires a Malr Plant Technician Minimum I I Level ••,tn Chemistry recent returnable photograph and telephone number if an) Hut A XXXXX 1 Ne» Industrial Road Spore 1»M A iM Mtablrahod otoctromc mamifacttKor urtontty raqMroa TECHNICIAN I Mate) i ompleted National Serv icr mdary

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ITT Situations Vacant d) TecMmlcmi Hfluupor Srsfaa l.imilr<l part uf uv Ha. far (.ruup .n ,'r- jppUalion. !ri«n aepaataT unu IKHNHIW i «r>d>d*iro mvii possass and ITH Trart. i al» an* i-oanpi. y—t\ enprrwnre w aurt-.- pf"<lj. "ii 1 or aavMlUgeoys PW«»» apply givint ■sSj of penonal pant, v \»r\

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INCOM SINGAPORE An American mutii naWan SM CO^ B 4*P#Af llasM *^nfft#O>asM# vacancaM tar tha raatew1) DIE SERVICE TECHNICIAN Technical 4 VITB with minimum 2-2 years tool and die maintenance of high speed pro gressive dies and tool making experience 2) PRECISION MACHINIST (Turner) Technical 4 VITB with minimum 2

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JTT AJ-ara*. W*. Ealarjliahad invites applications for the post of SHIFT TECHNICIANS HI HI irenre 4 NTC 2 or J Some background In Mechanical Engineering v referred years' experience In Electrical engineering required to maintain Plant equipment L Machineries Please apply to THE PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 10 Tvaaßoad *«oe£ln*a>m«E*la»a 4 enclose

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TAIYO YUDEN requires PRODUCTION CONTROLLER Olplami m Electrical/Elec tramc Enalmmna or it> H. Mat*. alO till ■ti •ipMWKa be m ajvamaaji but not Ml aa tramrto, rtxpiimd lilnlH mWHii altar a part— «< >«j^t T ho## who nivf prwtouwy appliad noad net raappiy. MECHANICS Fining Aa» »0 and atave Cm»lili<

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II Employment MA DRAUGHTSMAN with minimum I .rs experience urgentl) required Plea.ie appl> In wntlnfl \latlng personal drUlls quailf nations experience salary pe.ted and rontact lelepMunr number to 8-324 Merlin Plaza Heach Road Spore 071* W* HAVE immediate vacancies mcians i Elerirical InsUllatlon) Interested applicants please contact 4M3&37 or call

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Production A Memitactunng concern m Juror* Km iMMdma vacancy far OC IMSPtCTCHI (FEMALf) oil- a level would be j advantageous for those frnm Scienc- stream a Willing tn learn and widen scope In related fields No experience required, will frovide on-the-job training Minimum height i6m Attendance bonus, meal subsidy. transport

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II Emptoyitw-t fjjl f/KIC Eu«op£ AsiaSECuritv VANL'PAOURINGPTEITD manufacturer of TRELOCK Bicycle Locks requirtt MALE PRODUCTION OPERATORS Must have completed exempted from N S 5-DAY WEEK NO SHIFT WORK Plus Adjustment of salary on confirmation after 3 months Productivity Incentive Bonus Annual Wage Supplement Free transport at designated pick-up points Free

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S2» requires day or permanent nightshirt Female Production Operators Miftiiy nijlit tß Siturday ■■hi lOOOimto 7 18am 5 Day awt Met Sfcrtt piMMi J4 00 per iMt >^\ For mtetvews^Vp" V please call j ~fi personally tXinQ.ng your \l^ identity card to \T BEOOK COMMUNITY CENTRE 581 Block 17 Bert*

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II Employment j fjjl I HITACHI KOKI(S) PTELTD reqtarM MALE/FEMALE PRODUCTION OPERATORS Age between 17 and 2S At least Sec 2 education completed NS Willing to work on shifu WEOFFCR: transport facility I Free uniforms Paid annual/marrlafe/ slck/compasslonate leave 13th month pay Attendance bonus Shift allowance Medlcal/hospitallsatlon benefits Good opportunities

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SUMITOMO (S.M.M.S.) requires FEMALE GENERAL CLERK Singapore ciujen. age below 25 years <;<K O level with credits in English ii Mathematics Typing 40wpm I Pleasant perv>naluy 4 appearance Be willing to ihoulder responsibilities L initiative Attractive seiofy win be eMeeee. MALE PRODUCTION OPERATORS You can earn at lea«l $320 p.m.

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nim+oymmn Ai m SituatKHr* Vacant l[ MITSUBOtHt 1 SINGAPORE I B Due to continuing |l •stpamion. we il raqoir* PRODUCTION I I OPERATORS I > Earn up to $400 II per month Starting salary 5 $XXXXX par day j > On confirmation $XXXXX00 per j month Shift allowance j provided

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L *c trie interesting things you do to mahs a TV set a radio, etc H L ike the oa mes and social outings our Recreation Club organise tor you JOIN US AS A STARTING SALARY up to $283 AFTER 2 MONTHS, up to $305 Y*u*vi fMrsons DenWafJfl i •>•

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H TAMURA ELECTRONeCS FEMALE OPERATORS Age I* to M Primary education Singapore clUsens %v*s*ssr »-day week No shin Noscope work Attendance allowance Lunch allowance Pleasant working environment Transport and others Pto*** 4*BS aaw**SfcßWf SBT BSBSevi*w wiik *n* p»m*»*p» (inn i sl»i nan 1 s*> list to **•> Apr* tMrl. Tbsmc

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An C*ts«sssaKad Mawwnicliartng C*ni*m»» Iswpsaa ajp w m W»* >oao»wn vacar.es—: 1) ASSISTANT DEPARTMENTAL HEAD a Holder of Singapore Polytechnic Diploma In Chemical Processing Technology, specialising In Food Technology Minimum 2- 3 years proven experience In Pood Processing a Matured, Initiative and resourceful 2) TRAINEE TECHNICIAN (MALE) Age below 25

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■nip, m As a raauM ol increaasws) boaifseee. a I*smlwmj and we*l *w4abtassvad Cnganwarvng Cosivpany a«sswwaj aiwacU** salary and waeawßta Kas Hvs Fa*n*sfw*j vs>cam.**: 1) MECHANICS Applicants should preferably possess a Certificate In Electrical or Mechanical from any recognised Institute Those who do not posses thr sbove qualifications but with

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LZ —\H HOLLANDSE CLUB IWlMWtMrlwicMto A) STEWARDS/ STEWARDESSES (wMfc/wmtmit •xpartenea). Attractive salary food allowance and Incentives Malaysians are welcomed B) JAQA (Prwsscsiofy Wkn) Must have experience and have been working In the Police force Must be robust. (1/7 tall and with pleasant appearance Salary negotiable Ms******) awr—a, please apply psm—Usc

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3 ix II ElltfittmMevt Ul^ il ft NANDO CUT! COCKTML bounce requires Lounge Hostesses No experience necessary v training provided Accommodation and work permit •••liable for Mulmyslans Attractive Mule >al< arles/com mlulon ottered with inri(r Income around lI.MO' I 52.000 monthly Please telephone [XXXXX82 (office hours) for appointment or rail

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rjtf'i a) Situations Vacant I) MaUlHlllllßl Ir^'pif'rTK Ibs. vhotb. has vacancies for A ■LCCTVaCIAM Bason amss A trade rerutVaU with a few years of relevant working experience Preference will be given to appllraiiu with some knowledge of Air > ond!U<>nlnt and Plumbing Must be prepared to work 34 hours shirt

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Nestle An International Food and Bcveraae Company Invites sulLab'y qualified candidates for the following posts in IU afflllsted Manufacturing Company In Jurong TECHNICIAN a candidates should possess ITC In TOchknlc engineering or NTC 3 In maintenance fitting a i 5 years experience In maintenance of food processing machlnes or related

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_'T !i*l HOTEL requires 1 Telephone Operator! Sirs at 2 Commu Cooks 88BSJ8 3 Kitchen Maid KIU-hen I 4 Wash-up Maids BBBBJB 5 Toilet Attendant I c femaiei saeaoe 6 Junior Housekeeper i Female) Sanaa ••••at Free Meals Free Uniforms Medical BeneflU (Sick. Hoi pilalisatlon Leave etc i Paid Annual

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Corfjitjtotjl OWMDerMVWiMOUtSPTt I a* HO requires urgently 1) NIGHTCLUB WAITRESSES 2) COFFEEHOUSE WAITERS/ WAITRESSES. 3) SOUND ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN (MrOHT CLUB) Interested applicants please call personally with relevant documents at PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT COCKPIT HOTEL 6/7. Oxkry Rlaa/ r9f%OAQ HOkatO Itwgapora OsBS SINGAPORE BWIMMWIO CLUB 1) CHANGING ROOM ATTENDANTS (SECURITY) (MALE ONLY)

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injn urvantty roqwree more SECURITY GUARDS To foen the Sactirtty DagasrtriMMit. The candidate* should be above ID years old. completed or performing part-time National Service and be able to read and write simple English For the successful candidates, we can offer an Interestlng and a challenging career with the Organisation

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PtaLM require! GENERAL WORKERS (Masa/ f 6FHSSS) suiting Salary $360 p.m. Increase to $400 after 1 month's probation: Upon confirmation Must be willing to work on 3 routing shifts Transport and other fringe beneflU provided Pleaae call ooraonoav liNim Sam Spjn. wean Hondo), to PrMarsat TX PERSOSBNBt DEPARTMENT »S, Taoo

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littl MALI MBMCMOnM WANTED Candida!*! null Ditt pt»l Sec 2 or equivalent, able lo speak English and at least 17 years old Interested applicants to apply personally from 22nd to 251h April. 18*1 during office hours at The Personnel Dept. 11th Floor SIA Bldg. 77 Robinson Road WMOMI DWVfa. for

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SHE ARES BrVESTMATION S SECURITY SERVICE 4SJA BERANOOON ROAO SBMAPOaf SPI ajaakai PATROL OFFICERS o Must possess valid qualified class 2 driving licence and own a motorcycle or scooter c Able to speak Malay will be an added advantage o Enjoy checking Security Ouards from one place to another a

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FOR SALE Walk-up Hal. of I Orchard Road 3 bedrooms 1.400 sq.ft Unfurnished Vacant possession 0 Paler sen Tower. 4 bedrooms, high floor, vacant posses EnewMoe: CONTMENTAL APPRAISAL CO. PTE. LTD TEL:M3S7M FULLY FURNMMED LUXURIOUS split-level apartment al Pearlbank on high rioor ror urgent sale 2.000 sq rt 1490.000 Tel

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IV Accommodatron A Properties A d) Foreign Properties TORONTO SkvaarwM Second building of a condominium projei fc due ror completion In January IM2 First building successrully com pletea and sold A 2 Bed/ 2 Baths apartment on 1,682 sq ft for only C 5106,700 Selling out soon The Vantaas A

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A FWMMOLD 1 STOREY hulMlng comprising I shop cum aftan 1 1880 sq n i and 2 units of apart menu 1400 sq ft each i at Joo Chlat Road for salr The rntirr block v for the prut of $780,000 Also avallablr offkr unit at Sim l.lm Tc.wrr SIS

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IX OBITUARIES

Untitled [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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Was called by the Lord to Eternal Rest Peacefully at home at 7a.m. on 21st April 1961. Laavtno BaMnd Ua Ta Maan Mas Laaa Balovad WMa: Judith Bana: Allan. Alex, Alfred DiiMlilai. Sherln BMaar Mary i Klnattum Veedu i BraOiaia Joseph L Dominic (India) CM Simon Singapore Blasar Qenova <

123 Acknowledgements [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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123 Acknowledgements FAMB.T OF TM late Philip VausUn wish to extend their sincere thanks to the Vlncentlan of Olph Slglap their friends and relatives for their condolence and donations during their recent bereavement TMFAMLVOFTMILATI MOM. QOH S Al HONG for MMfc kind rmdilinpii, don«i tilanet f«iid»t»d durtna MMtr r»- TW

120 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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120 Deaths sused5 used away peacefully on 1/4/81. leaving behind ■to Koh Al Jee IM On( Pang Chjre Ong Kok Chung Ong Kok Ann C««|i km nc B, IMlat Hk Mm. f wn MM on M/4/S1 al •bout 1 OOptn tar Mar Ka<k «m Tanpto. (WllKinDl ItKpkom numbar 4tXXXXX) I*

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124 In Memoriam M LOVaa MtMOMY of Mr Tan Chye Boon departed 22nd April 19TO Sadly missed by daughters, sons-in-law and grandchildren ■MMwrlLm Laer AiMjaas (Baaa Aiwa) One year today we have to part with you whom we love so Intensely You loved us in a way no one else

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§an MARLEX PLASTIC |N[)USTRY n SDN.BHD. We are an established plastic company and are presently embarking on a large new pioneer project manufacturing Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene (BOPP) Film for the Malaysian Market catering for the food, cigarette, tapes, pharmaceutical and other industries for packaging purposes and we need urgently top-calibre

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SI/BORDtNATE COIKTB HNGAPORE N*. «1» <f 1M BEPCO (8E ASIA) PTE LID Mat ■ON AH LEI Ntt t TOP LUN MOTOR COMPANY DllnlMl NOTICE OP ADVEBTBEMENT To: Hon Ah Leung trading M Hup Llan Motor Company No. 279, Race Course Road. Singapore 0821. TAKE NOTICE thai an action hai been

TIMESPORT PAGE ONE

German team-mates on collision course [ARTICLE]

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German team-mates on collision course MOKE Hfwi M pM«* SS, 94 Md St. PARIS, Tues Soccer ■tart Karl-Heinz Rum aMahnjr awl Uli Stielike. team-mates in West Germany's European i hiwiai— hi|i surreal last year, took poised for an totfICMMM showdown in Paris on May 27 For if both play to

Fashanu's lifeline `kills' Ipswich [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Fashanu's lifeline `kills' Ipswich Villa four points ahead in championship race 6Tte only w»y we cm win the title m Is If Aston Villa do what we have done give It away. It to not In oar hands any more. We remain hopeful bat, deep down, I don't think they

Results, tables [ARTICLE]

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Results, tables Annul 1 Cryiul Palace 2. Brighton 2 Leicester 1. Manchester City 3 Everton 1. Norwich 1 Ipswich 0. Nottingham Forest 1 Wolver hampton 0. Southampton 1 Tottenham 1. State 1 Aston VUli 1. West Bromwirh 2 Suodniud 1. P W D L F A Pt Aston Villa MS

Mehta loses top position after appeal [ARTICLE]

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Mehta loses top position after appeal NAIROBI, Ti*m. KENYAN Shekhar Mehta, who was yesterday declared the winner of the Safari motor rally, appeared to have victory snatched from him today when the rally committee decided to award Finland's Rauno Aaltonen first place. Aaltonen lodged an appeal immediately after the finish

Holland [ARTICLE]

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Holland CANNES, Tues. Holland beat Italy on penalties in the final of the Cannes international youth soccer tournament here in France yesterday. The Dutch scored from four of their penalty kicks to Italy's three after the match ended in a 0-0 draw. It was the second year running Italy had

Zico's 498th goal in vain [ARTICLE]

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Zico's 498th goal in vain RIO DE JANEIRO. Tues Brazilian soccer ace Zico celebrated his 500 th game with Rio club Flamengo by netting his 498 th goal as a professional But the Brazilian international's goal was in vain Flamengo lost 1-3 in Sunday's National Cup quarterfinal UPI

BRIEFS [ARTICLE]

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BRIEFS MONTE CARLO. Tue». The final of the Monte Carlo Open tennis tournament was postponed indefinitely yesterday after American star Jimmy Connors refused to continue indoors against Argentinian Guillermo Vilas following a rain storm Connors and Vilas were tied 5-5 in the first set when rain drove them from the

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i^2SJHH3 Earn As You Learn MM Apprenticeship Trrm commences PGTC 27 juh 1981 RCTC i Au|u« 1981 Th» EOB offm 4 iht unnint le.d.n. to th* award of CRAFTSMAN CERTIFICATE by the Rollei(.ovrrnmtnt Tramini Ontir and Priilips-Govrmmrnt Training Centre upon successful completion of the fnur year apprenticeship In addition, an

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1 1 ii _______T~ Apple Computer II lIIIIIP k Expanding -M To Singapore! The personal computer market is projected to generate a worldwide $5 billion industry by 1985 Within the last five years Apple Computer has already become the leader in this new industry of the future During fiscal 1980

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UNION CARBIDE SINGAPORE GROUP OF COMPANIES invites applications for the following positions in their Data Processing Department Systems Analyst The incumbent is expected to have: Minimum of 2 Principal Subject passes at GCE 'A' Level At least 2 years working experience in Programming and Systems Analysis Ability to write good

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OIETHELM ACCOUNTANT 5528.000 annually The Marketing Division of Diethelm Singapore Pte. Ltd. is looking for an ACCOUNTANT (B Ace or equivalent) He/She will be required to efficiently discharge the financial functions of a Diethelm joint venture company. These include financial evaluation of new business/products, tax planning, budget planning, capital structure,

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NOTICE OF <)t ABTEKLV SESSION OF THE HOTELS UCENBING BOARD, SINGAPORE I Notice Is hereby given 1 that the Hotels Licensing Board will commence Its next Quarterly Session at Court No. S. Subordinate Courts Complex. Upper Cross Street. Singapore, on Wednesday, 3rd June 1961 at 10 30 am to consider

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HITACHI P>lfiUdii (S) Pte Ud,C^J| 7 A alXmarketing company A^ of Hitachi electric home Ay II appliances require J hardworking and JJ energetic personnel for: &m I (In charge of planning and execution of II I marketing strategies and sales promotion)! I OCE "A' Level or University Graduate II Maximum

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©PUBUC UTILITIES BORRO We invite oppfccotiom tor the following appointments A ENGINEER B CHEMIST C TECHNICAL OFFICER (LABORATORY) D TECHNICAL OFFICER E SUPERINTENDENT (MECHANICAL) TRAINEE F FINANCE ASSISTANT QUALIFICATIONS MINIMUM COMMENCING SALARY (excluding NS increment!) A An Engineering degree acceptable for membership of the Institution of Engineers, Singapore, ond recognised

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MATERIALS ENGINEER needed for our Material! Applicalien Centre in Jurong. The Centre which is our moteools lobora- 1 tory is responsible tor providing technical services m the chemical, material and process areas to the eight GE offikated manufacturing plants operotmg in Singapore The Job: The successful candidate will provide technical

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I SLECMA Q3 THE SINGAPORE LIFT ANO ESCALATOR CONTRACTORS ANO MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (SLECMA) IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE VOCATIONAL ANO INDUSTRIAL TRAINING BOARD (VITB) INVITE APPLICATIONS FOR THE SLECMA/YITI L IFT ANO ESCALATOR MECHANICS APPRENTICESHIP SCHEME The Scheme: Duration: 3 years Training: The apprenticeship scheme comprises 6 months of fu#-time training

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NOTICE This is to notify that Mr. K. Dasaratttaraj holder of I.C. No XXXXX90/ C is no longer in our employment effective from 15th April, 1981. He has no further authority to represent our companies in any capacity and/or collect cash on our behalf with immediate effect. Yong ioon San

TIMESPORT PAGE TWO

Seko clocks record time in marathon [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Seko clocks record time in marathon BOSTON, Tues Toshihiko Seko. of Japan, pulled away in the last 6 4 kilometres yesterday to win the Boston marathon in a record time of 2 hrs 9 mm and X sec. Americans Craig Virgin and four-time winner Bill Rodgers finished second and third

China make clean sweep of honours [ARTICLE]

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China make clean sweep of honours NOVI SAO, Tow« SPORT starts today m page CHINA made a clean sweep of the team titles at the world table tennis championships, winning both the men's Swaythling Cup and the women's Corbillon Cup here in Yugoslavia tonight. The Chinese women trounced South Korea

Results. final placings [ARTICLE]

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Results. final placings Mmt ■wwyfMßt CMKale* M Malaysia l-l. (Wales flrsl) Alan Griffith* bt Lee Kin Kee 18-21. 23 17. 21-5. Nigel Thomas bt Tay Kee 22- II 19. David Weteroan lost to Urn Chug Leong 19-21. 1821. Griffiths I* Tay Kee 21 19. 21 13, Weinman bt Lee Kien

Chinese praise team [ARTICLE]

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Chinese praise team BEIJIN, Tues. A spokesman of the Chinese Table Tennis Federation today hailed the victory of the Chinese teams at the world championships in Novi Sad, Yugolsavia. The spokesman said that the mens' team had prepared diligently for their clash with Hungary, who won in the 1979 world

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j 4—l Jjf^r^ Paris I in the Golden WorldofMAS j§ Now, to a golden network of 58 destinations across 3 continents, MAS adds Paris. Blazing new &&1 golden trails to offer you the only direct flight from Kuala Lumpur. Depart on our wide-bodied jets J^Tf 0 every Thursday evening via

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It starts simply, and then it's down hill SPORTS COMMENT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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It starts simply, and then it's down hill SPORTS COMMENT WILFRED YEO H THE person writing a book on How To Lose Your First Million will surely give vivid instances of how the grass was not so green where the horses galloped. I fall short of the millionaire class by

Scarlet Camillia puts up brilliant workout [ARTICLE]

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Scarlet Camillia puts up brilliant workout FAIRWAY By IPOH. Tues. Watch out for newcomer Scarlet Camillia when the two-year-old makes his debut here over the weekend. The son of So Vain was unplaced in his only start in New Zealand, but showed up brilliantly on the track here this morning

Imbalance throws racing schedule into a tailspin [ARTICLE]

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Imbalance throws racing schedule into a tailspin EPSOM JEEP By IPOH, Tues. The present imbalance in the number of horses in the various classes has thrown the racing schedule into a tailspin Faced with the bleak prospect of poor entries for one of their biggest meetings of the season, the

STC to absorb that increase [ARTICLE]

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STC to absorb that increase CONRAD RAJ By THE bet is that there will be smiles on punters' faces at the Singapore Turf Club's decision to absorb the five per cent increase in duty on bets from 10 to 15 per cent. The increase, implemented at the beginning of this

Junie sets three national records [ARTICLE]

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Junie sets three national records SINGAPORES Junie Sng put on an outstanding show to establish three national records at the Sanya Samaki swimming meet in Chiengir.ai on Monday. Her first mark came only five minutes after another Singapore swimmer had broken the record. Mavis Ec did 1 mm 07.7 sec.

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United confirm match in June [ARTICLE]

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Organisers agree to Bakri's inclusion [ARTICLE]

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Organisers agree to Bakri's inclusion P'NG HONG KWANG By MALAVBIA west tmwm U a M Me»t to S«ath karea. •Mm* hßmaVßg 14 t> tax- flnt nuk-h af 'ke Uanukmrat BMtSafcM. KUWArT. Tuw. Bakri Ibni's last-minute Inclusion in the Malaysian soccer squad for the preWorkl Cup Asia Group Three qualifying tournament

Golfers forego junior tourney [ARTICLE]

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Golfers forego junior tourney BERNARD PEREIRA By i SINGAPORE will not take part in the Asian iunior golf championship in Bangkok next month. The decision to forego the tournament was made by the Singapore Golf Association because of the unavailability of players. The SGA selectors Justice Wee Chong Jin. Lee

Bava's boys steamroll Bukit Merah [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Bava's boys steamroll Bukit Merah HAKIK AT RAI By I "IF any of our rivals harbour hopes of victory, they'll have to draw first blood from these boys!" boomed Natahar Bava, the Anglo-Chinese School coach as his team rolled to an easy 78-0 victory against Bukit Merah Secondary in an

Anderson and ACS score upset wins [ARTICLE]

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Anderson and ACS score upset wins UPSETS ruled the day in the Baals of the aattaaal schools' aadtr 14 bora aad firi* tanata ai»|iinisai|i at tfc Kallang Centre yesterday Aaflo-CMaca* palled all a shock 1-1 win over champions St Patrick's to win the boys' title, whtte newcomers Audei an aan

Sum 'sews' up [ARTICLE]

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Sum 'sews' up SUM YEE SING beat So Poo Saa beat J«0-», while Richard Yap overcame Willam Ho JK- in the Singapore national three-ball caspjnaahfr at Ka long Saloon last Bight

Fox looks best bet in tourney [ARTICLE]

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Fox looks best bet in tourney WILFRED YEO By THOMAS FOX, a Singapore Airlines flight steward, appears the best local bet to emulate Tony Una's historic 1979 Mas- j ters' triumph in the Intercontinental Airlines bowling tournament at the Kallang Bowl from today until Sunday. Fox, 27, came close to

Harper, University to make debuts [ARTICLE]

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Harper, University to make debuts HARPER Valley and National University will make their debuts in the Singapore Badminton Association's senior men's inter-club knock-out tournament, which starts at GuiUemard Road tonight (7.30), reports BERNARD PKEKJJtV While signs indicate a fairly subdued entrance by university, they spell an explosive challenge from the

TODAY'S EVENTS [ARTICLE]

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TODAY'S EVENTS BADMINTON Sealer latrr-rlib ki*rk-*nt Uaraaneat (SB Hall, 7 30) ■ays'/Oars*' user- It seaxlItaato (Delta Sports Complex. MUJAMW NalUaal laroe-aall cftaaatoaaWa* (Ka tons Saloon, 7). NETBALL N. 11...1 eehaeaV rasmihaiMa ftaab (National Stadium runway courts. 4) RUGBY Nattoaal iraeili' mmttt-lt aaser laaraaawaai (SAJC, 4). SOt'CKR SBHFI. aeator kaeek-Mt toinumi:

Shi still reigns as the top-scorer [ARTICLE]

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Shi still reigns as the top-scorer JAMES SHI still reigns as the Open division's top scorer at Tenpin in the Columbia 300 bowling tournament with his magnificent 968-pinfall (average 242) series, but there were new leaders in (our other centres as the competition entered its third week, reports WILFRED YEO.

Ahmad saves Keppel [ARTICLE]

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Ahmad saves Keppel PETER SIOW By I A HAT-TRICK by Ahmad Wijaya helped Keppel Shipyard to steer clear of troubled waters in a Singapore Business Houses Football league Junior knock-out match at Farrer Park yesterday. The 60-minute match, which saw Keppel trailing twice, had looked like ending in a stalemate

Singapore back to full strength [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Singapore back to full strength JOE DOR AI Malek retains his place against Kedah By SINGAPORE, after fielding their reserves in the Last two Malaysia Cup-ties, will be back to full strength when they face Kedah at the National Stadium on Sunday (7 pm). Singapore managercoach Jita Singh will field

Kasmani's miss sends UMW through [ARTICLE]

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Kasmani's miss sends UMW through WHILE Kasmani Saiva, captain of Oberoi Imperial Hotel, was down on the ground weeping for a minute, United Motor Wo. ks goalkeeper Yahaya Mansor was being chaired by his team-mates. It was a case of the victor and the vanquished at the Jalan Besar Stadium

Phua out of squad [ARTICLE]

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Phua out of squad THE Medan-bound Singapore Intermediate soccer squad suffered a big shock last night when their stopper Phua Ching Loon withdrew on the instructions of the Armed Forces. Phua was due to leave this afternoon with 17 others for the Mara Halim competition, but Forces made him withdraw

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This is what they stop to look at... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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This is what they stop to look at... IJC.HTS tear* m tke w»vf« aa tke dty gl«ws la Ike ortiiw It b ■Iskt-ttme mmw rigkt •at af a, p— temri. SpreUraJar la tke ward, »«d taa ma*) aia«atlati aa tkr aewly•prnrd E»at Caast Parkway vUdart are rurflßß It hard U

Court 'no' to Dawe [ARTICLE]

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Court 'no' to Dawe WASHINGTON. Tues. The US Supreme Court yesterday refused to block the extradition to Hong- kong of businessman Amos Dawe. who faces charges of business fraud. The court, without comment, left intact an extradition order signed by a federal magistrate in San Franriaco and upheld by two

Marcos' son to wed Belgian [ARTICLE]

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Marcos' son to wed Belgian BRUSSELS. Tues Domi■uqur Mtsson Peltnr 24. a Belgian, it to marry the son of FUtptao President Ferdinand Marcos in London later this year The couple met in New York Mis MlaKm-Peltxer has made aevvral trips to the FUWw to nee her fiance. Ferdinand Marcos Jr.

1987 target set for Japan's defence build-up [ARTICLE]

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1987 target set for Japan's defence build-up TOKYO, Tuesday PRIME Minister Zenko Suzuki has decided that Japan should achieve targets in its general defence build-up programme by 1987, even though it could mean increasing military expenditures above the traditional level of 1 per cent of gross national product, officials said