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The Straits Times, 19 March 1978

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The Sunday Times No. 2182 MARCH 19, 1978 30 CENTS M.C.(P) No. 215/1/78

$50 mil colour TV plant Jurong [ARTICLE]

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$50 mil colour TV plant Jurong HITACHI the giant Japanese electronlcs firm. Is to Invest $50 million here ln the region's first colour television picture tube plant, accordlng to Business Times yesterday. Two Hitachi teams came here last year to study the technical and marketing aspects, while a third Is

GUARD SHOT AS $21,000 IS SAVED [ARTICLE]

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GUARD SHOT AS $21,000 IS SAVED PAUL JANSEN By rpWO CISCO guards who stood their ground in the face of gunfire from two wouldbe robbers, saved the Toa Payoh branch of the Singapore Turf Club its Saturday collection of over $21,000 yesterday afternoon. In the rapid exchange of gunfire, one

IT'S DEATH FOR BHUTTO [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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IT'S DEATH FOR BHUTTO COURT'S VERDICT ON MURDER LAHORE, Saturday ■DEPOSED Prime Minister Zul Ifikar Ali Bhutto was sen- fenced to death today on charges of murder. Bhutto, 50, who was ousted in a military coup last July, remained silent and looked calm as Chief Justice Mustaq Hussain of the

Big cut leaves Thais in the dark [ARTICLE]

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Big cut leaves Thais in the dark DANGKOK. Sat. Triggered by a malfunction in an electricity sub station. Thailand's computer controlled power grid automatically shut down this morning blacking out virtually the entire country, the Thai Industry Minister said. The blackout extended from Chleng Mai. 580 km north of Bangkok

It's killing No. 5 in three days [ARTICLE]

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It's killing No. 5 in three days rE body of an unidentified man, with hU head nearly severed from the trunk, was found under a tree in a cemetary ln Chua Chu Kang Road yesterday. Police believe the dead man, ln hi* late 40s, who had at least eight knife

Girls hide behind wall of silence [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Girls hide behind wall of silence AFTER CHANGI RAPE-MURDER VICTIM FOUND pOLJCE Investigations into the brutal rape-murder of a teenaged girl in Jalan Tiga Ratus have revealed that several other girls in the area had been sexually molested but had not made any report. This came to light yesterday ln

Tornado toll now 28 [ARTICLE]

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Tornado toll now 28 NEW DELHI. Sat. The death toll from the freak tornado that struck the northern outskirts of Delhi yesterday evening has risen to 28. it was reported today. The city mortuary said It had received the bodies of 26 victims, many of whom appeared to have been

Murder charge [ARTICLE]

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Murder charge A 29- YEAR-OLD man was yesterday charged ln a magistrate's court with the murder of a 23-year-old girl in a flat at Block 115, Bukit Merah Central. Chua Teow Tee was alleged to have murdered Ho Slew Cheng between 9 a.m. and noon on March 16. No plea

Hartono bows out to Liem [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Hartono bows out to Liem LONDON. Sat The reign of Indonesia's Rudy Hartono as the world's greatest badminton player came to an end at the AU-Qigland Championships at Wembley today when he was beaten 15-10. 15-3 by compatriot Llem Swle King ln the men's final The eight-time champion who. except

It's a replay [ARTICLE]

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It's a replay LONDON, Sat. League leaders Nottingham Forest were held to a goalless draw by Liverpool at the Wembley stadium here last night. The match went into extra time after the draw but the mandatory hair hour failed to change the scorellne. The match will now be replayed at

Israelis push further in [ARTICLE]

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Israelis push further in TEL AVIV, Sat. Israeli troop* poshed further into southern I«banon today, the military command said, folnjc past their self-imposed limit of 10 km into the country In search of Palestinian juerllla encampments. The new move came with the army movtaf Into the former Palestinian-held vH lace

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The weather IP TO NOON TODAY: Mainly fair, accordini to the Singapore Meteorological Service.

The Sunday Times Worldwide

'Japanese unwilling to tackle surplus problem' [ARTICLE]

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'Japanese unwilling to tackle surplus problem' rnOKYO, Sat. A top X official of the European Economic Community (EEC) yesterday said after three days of talks that the Japanese Government had failed to show any "political willingness" to tackle the consequences of Its huge trade surplus with the EEC. Sir Roy

US-Britain air accord [ARTICLE]

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US-Britain air accord WASHINGTON. Sat. President Carter yesterday announced that the United States and Britain had reached agreement on a wide variety of low tares in air services between the two countries. He said that cheap budget and stand-by fares would be available on scheduled air services between Britain and

SORRY END FOR THIS TANKER [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SORRY END FOR THIS TANKER THE fury of swirlin; waves and 100 kph winds broke this supertanker into two on Friday, and over 30,000 tonnes of crude oil spewed into the sea five kilometres off the Brittanny coast in France. The shattered 220.000 t 'nnp Amoco Cadiz and the 230

Kim's son unable to come out of coma [ARTICLE]

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Kim's son unable to come out of coma rpoKYO, Sat. Kirn J. Chong-11, son of North Korean President Kirn 11-Sung and his presumed heir, has been pronounced unable to recover from a coma following an assassination attempt on him last September, it was reported here today. The Tong-n Ilbo, a

Moro to be tried in 'People's Prison', say Red Brigades [ARTICLE]

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Moro to be tried in 'People's Prison', say Red Brigades ROME, Saturday FORMER Premier Aldo Moro will be tried in the "People's Prison" in which he is held, his kidnappers announced today, accompanying their message with a photograph of Mr. Moro, apparently uninjured, in front of the flag of the

Coal strike: Judge 'no' to request [ARTICLE]

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Coal strike: Judge 'no' to request WASHINGTON, Saturday A FEDERAL Judge yesterday refused to ex- tend a court order to get striking American coal miners back to work, saying In effect that there was no national emergency. The strikers "are not paying attention to what I do anyhow," Judge Aubery

'Canadian daily leaked state secrets' charge [ARTICLE]

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'Canadian daily leaked state secrets' charge OTTAWA, Sat. The Can adlan Government has ordered the prosecution of the Toronto Sun on charges of having violated the State Streets Act. Justice Minister Ron Banford yesterday accused the Sun's publishing company and two top editors of having received and printed on March

Masked man had no foresight [ARTICLE]

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Masked man had no foresight LONDON, Sat—Wouldbe bonk robber Colin Rich. 27. reckoned nobody could see his face. Not with the three stockings and a scarf pulled over it Trouble was, Rich was so heavily masked he could barely see. He stumbled Into desks on bis way to the cashier's

Israeli troops may stay put in Lebanon [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Israeli troops may stay put in Lebanon fNVADING Israeli troops appeared to be settling in for a long slay in southern Lebanon amid a flurry of diplomatic activity to replace them with United Nations peace-keeping forces today. Israeli Minister Ezer Welzman. in a television interview last night, showed little enthusiasm

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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NEW DELHI, Sat. About 800 workers of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's opposition political party were reported jailed last night after a day of political turmoil at Lucknow. north central India. Police used teargas and clubs to disperse Gandhi supporters marching to the Uttar Pradesh state capital building to protest

Gems stolen [ARTICLE]

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Gems stolen MELBOURNE. Sat. Three jewellers were killed and A155.000 (XXXXX,100> worth of uncut diamonds stolen from a jewellery shop in central Melbourne late Friday, police said.— UPl.

Hostile govt officials will be purged: Marcos [ARTICLE]

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Hostile govt officials will be purged: Marcos VIA NIL A, Sat. iTI President Marcos has warned that govenment officials hostile to the objectives and goals of his martial law administration would be purged. "There is no turning back on the cause we have worked out for ourselves. If there are

BRITAIN'S STAKE IN S. AFRICA [ARTICLE]

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BRITAIN'S STAKE IN S. AFRICA CARLISLE. i England) Sat Britain depends far too much on South Africa to be able to have a viable and balanced foreign and economic policy towards Southern Africa, Foreign Secretary David Owen said here last night. He told the local Labour Party that current close

The hazards of living in the Philippines [ARTICLE]

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The hazards of living in the Philippines MANILA, Sat. The Philippines is one of the most disasterprone countries in the world, the Department of National Defence disclosed yesterday. Since 1970. the department's Office for Civil Defence (OCD) monitored various forms of natural calamities which cost the Philippines 4.575 lives and

MUSLIM PARTY SAYS 'YES' TO MYSTICISM 800 Indira backers jailed after march— [ARTICLE]

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MUSLIM PARTY SAYS 'YES' TO MYSTICISM 800 Indira backers jailed after march— JAKARTA, Sat. One of the remaining obstacles for the smooth passage of the new basic state policies being deliberated by the National Congress has been removed when the influential Muslim party PPP agreed to the inclusion of recognition

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TV highlights [ARTICLE]

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TV highlights BAILYNE SUNG BY TODAY ONCE BITTEN THE REAL RISK OF RABIES (Ch. 5 4.30 p.m. Colour): This film traces the scientific background of the terrifying disease and demonstrates what happens in human terms when the disease takes hold. FUTURE COP (Ch. 5 7.55 p.m. Colour): The three lawmen

TWO NEW SERIES START THIS WEEK [ARTICLE]

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TWO NEW SERIES START THIS WEEK THE new legal drama series, The Carnforth Practice, starting tomorrow over Channel 5 at 10.55 p.m. in colour, is about a country lawyer, the younger son of a lord. Called the Honourable Greville Carnforth, he is unconventional and dislikes to be tied down to

SPECIAL EASTER FILM [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SPECIAL EASTER FILM rE FALLEN PETALS", a Mandarin feature romance, will be shown on Friday at 3 p.m. on Ch. 8 in colour as a Easter holiday special for Chinese movie lovers. It is a touching love story of a university graduate who has to go to war after his

SPOTLIGHT ON CHINESE PROGRAMMES [ARTICLE]

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SPOTLIGHT ON CHINESE PROGRAMMES LEONG WENG KAM ly TODAY: MANDARIN DRAMA (8 p.m.): "The Trap" this RTS production tells how a wealthy family Is being blackmailed in connection with a barglrl. Stars include Tan Soo Seng, Yeow Kal Yew. Lee Flng and Teo Hul Hua. LOVE LINGERS ON (9.10 p.m.

SWIMMING TIMES [ARTICLE]

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SWIMMING TIMES TODAY: Sintapm 5.34 a.m. (2.1 m). 8.51 p.m. (2m). Mill Keclil 6.46 p.m. (1.9 m). rirt Dicksm 2.20 p.m. (1.7 m). TOMORROW Sißtatwi 7.20 a.m. (2.1 m), 9.29 p.m. (2.1 m). Sctfli Keckil 5.26 a.m. (1.6 m) 7.43 p.m. (2m). Part DickSM 3.48 a.m. (1.9 m), 3.56 p.m.

Water, water... [ARTICLE]

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Water, water... WATER consumption on Friday was 683.000 cubic metres (150.3 million gallons i 2,000 cubic metres (0.8 million gallon) more than the previous day.

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On vourTV 1I.M AM Opeiiig aid Cattanooga Cats 11.45 Waraa Warni (Malay) 11.15 Sunday Matinee Man In The Middle, starring: Robert Mitchum, France Nuyen, Barry Sullivan, Keenan Wynn 12.45 PM Star Soccer Arsenal vs Birmingham City Derby County vs Everton 2.30 Electric Company (repeat) 3.00 Family Special The Horrible Hoichts

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5.11 Survivors Garlands War 6.00 Liku Hidup 6.30 News in Brief 6.35 The Hageaeyer Special 7.30 News and Newsreel (Malar) 7.55 Future Cap The Mad, Mad Bomber (ft 1) 9.00 Tahitha Paul Coes ;o New York S.30 News aid Newsreel S.55 Soccer Malaysia Cup '71 Singapore vs Malaysia* Armed Forces

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NTUC workers to help raise funds for foundation [ARTICLE]

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NTUC workers to help raise funds for foundation 2,000 TO SELL LUCKY DRAW TICKETS IN AID OF PROJECTS TWO thousand NTUC workers will soon knock on aoors to seek support foi the Singapore Labour Foundation set up by the government last year tc provide rehabilitation for injured workers and to

New aerogramme [ARTICLE]

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New ae rogramme A NEW aerogramme, depicting three aircraft in flight, will be on sale at all post offices from March 31. Special date stamps will be used on that day to mark the new aerogramme. Advance orders are accepted at any post office or by post till Thursday.

Centre set up to train union members as Income organisers [ARTICLE]

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Centre set up to train union members as Income organisers INCOMF, the NTUC insurance cooperative has set up a centre on the 2Sth floor of UIC Building In Shenton Way to train union members as Income organisers. The number of organisers at present Is 685 and Income is planning to

Old Bartleyans' Association officials [ARTICLE]

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Old Bartleyans' Association officials MR. Alan Chua Chye Leong has been elected president of the Old Bartleyans' Association. Other oi finals are- Mr Oeorge Lim Hong Teang— vice-president. Mr. T H Koh—secretary, Mr. K. C. Wong asst. secretary. Mr. Son Chee Seng—treasurer, Mr. Sio Tat Ming—asst treasurer. Mr Hoo Yew

Residents angry at frequent lift failures [ARTICLE]

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Residents angry at frequent lift failures rE frequent lift breakdowns at Block 49 in Whampoa South over the past week have driven residents there to exasperation. Several residents of the 16-storey block rang up Times House yesterday to complain that they were inconvenienced as both lifts sometimes broke down at

Building tools exhibition brings in $25 mil sales [ARTICLE]

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Building tools exhibition brings in $25 mil sales DIRECT sales of about $25 million have resulted from the threeday Singapore International Building Exhibition (Slbex) end the SinKap or c Construction Equipment Exhibition (Conequip) that ended at Hyatt Hotel yesterday. Mr. Phil Ullo, vicepresident of Industrial and Scientific Conference Management of

Ready soon: $1.2 mil Jurong bus terminal [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ready soon: $1.2 mil Jurong bus terminal rIS is the nearlycompletfd Singapore Bus Service Jurong interchanre terminal which will go into operation when the feeder service starts In Juronj next month. The two-storey terminal building, which in situated at tne junction of Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim and Jurong Port Road, Is

BAHRAIN MINISTER FLIES IN [ARTICLE]

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BAHRAIN MINISTER FLIES IN BAHRAIN'S Minister for Finance and National Development, Mr. Ibrahim bin Abdul Karim arrived for a- three-day visit yesterday. He said Bahrain would be sending more monetary and port personnel for training at the Monetary Authority of Singapore and the Port of Singapore Authority. He will call

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Devan blasts myth of 'education for employment only' [ARTICLE]

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Devan blasts myth of 'education for employment only' fFHE NTUC secre- tary-general, Mr. C. V. Devan Nair. yesterday debunked the widely-held notion that the exclusive aim of education is to qualify a person for employment. If this were the exclusive aim of education then robot manutacturers could do just as

Prepare students for working life: Chen [ARTICLE]

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Prepare students for working life: Chen STUDENTS must be educated in the realities of working life well betore they enter the labour market or it would be too late to change their attitude of high expectations, said the Minister of State (Defence), Mr. Bernard Chen, at a seminar at the

KL ready for talks on SIA's request [ARTICLE]

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KL ready for talks on SIA's request LEE KIM CHEW By MALAYSIA has signified its willingness m to discuss with Singapore the substantive issue of allowing Singapore Airlines to fly to three more Malaysian towns, the Permanent Secretary to the Communications Ministry, Mr. Sim Kee Boon, said yesterday. He said

Sentence on dud cheques man put off again [ARTICLE]

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Sentence on dud cheques man put off again AN unemployed man who pleaded guilty to 16 cheating charges, had his sentence postponed again yesterday to April 8. The prosecution submitted a medical certificate to show that Kuan Chaun Slk. 34. who iv on remand, could not attend court for sentence.

Bringing back memories in song and dance [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Bringing back memories in song and dance ITS the way they raise nostalgia Simple dances and genteel fashions reminiscent of 18th Century Castillian Philippines, the bella Filippina. from the slow rhythms of pasto to the frenzied brat of Jota, a Spanish fiesta modified to a Philippine setting and tempered with

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Sinsehs urged to learn from Westerntrained doctors [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sinsehs urged to learn from Westerntrained doctors THE Senior Minister of State for Education, Mr. Chai Chong Vii, last night urged Chinese physicians to emulate the advanced scientific methods used by Western-trained doctors In treating their patients. Western-trained doctors not only made use of physical and chemical reaction In their

Band show [ARTICLE]

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Band show THE Far Eastern Academy band will play at MacRltchle Reservoir Park today from 5.30 p.m. to 6.30 pjn.

HK traders brains behind the big swindle [ARTICLE]

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HK traders brains behind the big swindle J.D. INDRAN By IJONGKONG businessmen are believed to be the masterminds behind the recent swindle involving the issue of false bills of lading for timber in Singapore to overseas consignees. It was learnt yesterday that the Singaporeans Involved In the swindle did not

Donations for fire victims [ARTICLE]

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Donations for fire victims VICTIMS of the rec«nt fire at the vlua«t next to Haw Par Villa, In Paslr PanJang will be getting donation* amounting to $6,230 from three organisations toPaslr Panjang constituency citizens' consultative con mlttee Is donating $3,000, Slang Sal Hock Teck See Turn Chlok Pen Kong Chinese

Hot water from solar heat for flats? [ARTICLE]

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Hot water from solar heat for flats? QINGAPOREANS will be ►J able to take baths in water heated by the sun if an Australian businessman, here to look into the setting up of a factory to build solar energy collectors, achieves his aim. Mr Ron J. Brown, who is a

4 jailed three years each on drug charges [ARTICLE]

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4 jailed three years each on drug charges r)l B drug abusers were each jailed for three yean by a district judge yesterday after they pleaded guilty to separate charges of un- lawful possession and consumption of drugs. In the lirst case, Koh Chin Ser. tt, was jailed three years

JTC flats balloting [ARTICLE]

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JTC flats balloting THE Senior Parliamentary Secretary (Environment) and MP for Bukit Tlmah. Mr. Chor Yeok Eng. will officiate at the balloting of four-room JTC flats at Pandan Garden on Saturday at 10.30 a.m. Sach flat which comes with terazzo and parquet flooring costs $28,000. There are 440 flats In

PARTY HAILS MOVE TO MAKE SBS GO PUBLIC [ARTICLE]

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PARTY HAILS MOVE TO MAKE SBS GO PUBLIC rE United Front has welcomed the move to make Singapore Bus Service into a public company. It descrloes the move as "healthy and welltimed," which would give employees who have served the company for years a share of the cake. Its secretary-general,

17 finalists for S'pore Guitar Festival [ARTICLE]

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17 finalists for S'pore Guitar Festival SEVENTEEN guitarists will take part In the finals of the fifth Singapore Oultar Festival at the Singapore Conference Hall on April 1 at 7.30 p.m. Organised by Yamaha Music school, the competition has four sections classical, non-classi-cal, ensemble and guitar/vocal. For this year* festival,

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ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY

Soccer riot: 23 freed on bail [ARTICLE]

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Soccer riot: 23 freed on bail KUALA TRFNGGAM Sat. Twentythree men who were booked daring last night's soccer riot were released on bail today, police said. The official and players of the Negri Srmbilan soccer team returned home at noon today on a special bus provided by the state government.

Mohamed Yaacob will be Kelantan MB [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mohamed Yaacob will be Kelantan MB KOTA BARU, Sat. •JMIK X chin tan Umno liaison committee has unimimously agreed to appoint Datuk Haji Mohamed Yaacob as the new Mentri Besar of the state. The committee which met today also agreed to leave the appointment of the Deputy Mentrl Besar and

Petronas team for India [ARTICLE]

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Petronas team for India KUALA LUMPUR. Sat. A three-member delegation representing the state oil monopoly Petronas left here today for India on a week-long study tour. The team will visit the headquarters of the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation of India. AFP.

Umno to discuss Malaysia Brunei ties [ARTICLE]

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Umno to discuss Malaysia Brunei ties SUNOAI PETANI, Sat. The executive committee of Umno Malaysia will hold a meetIng soon to discuss the question of restoration of ties between Malaysia and Brunei. The acting president of the movement. Haji Suhalmi Datuk Kamaruddln. said today relations between the two countries should

Singaporean on drug charge refused bail [ARTICLE]

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Singaporean on drug charge refused bail BATU PAHAT, Sat The magistrate's court here today refused bail for three youths, including a Singaporean, who were charged with the possession of five tubes of heroin weighing 12 5 grams. The three. Lee Slk Hal. 26. from Kampung Punggor RenRlt, Aw Beng Sang,

Soda import: Acquittal upheld by High Court [ARTICLE]

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Soda import: Acquittal upheld by High Court K. LUMPUR, Sat rpHE High Court today upheld the acquittal A of Behn Meyer and Co. (Malaysia) by the Klang Session Court last year of a charge of importing $368,068.81 of caustic soda without licence. Mr. Justice Datuk Mohamed Azml also ruled that

Fishermen seek aid against pirates [ARTICLE]

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Fishermen seek aid against pirates KUALA LUMPUR, Sat. Thai pirates are threatening the livelihood of 1,000 Malaysian fishermen near Kota Baru, 35 km north-east of here, the fishermen reported to authorities. A police spokesman said today senior police officials will meet the Thai consul in Kota Baru, Mr. Praphot Narlnthranguara,

ARBITRATION CENTRE [ARTICLE]

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ARBITRATION CENTRE NEW DELHI, Sat. A regional centre for commercial arbitration will start In Koala Lumpur on April 1 to assist Asian countries in settling disputes in international transactions, It was officially learned here today. AFP.

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hyatt's easter carnival Sunday March 26 1 1:30 a.m. 4 p.m. Crazy Clown. Hyatt bunnies. Hundreds of balloons. Bal'-throwing contest. Fish-for-a-prize game. Ring-the-bottle-for-a-prize. An eight-man Bunny Orchestra! Painting Contest. Metro's Lucky Dip for boys and girls. Joy rides on mechanical animals. Swings. Slides. Merry-go-rounds. Continuous cartoon shows. The selection of

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Ken Payne's confessions [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ken Payne's confessions My strategy was to race my horses over the wrong distance, the wrong going and with the wrong draw until the price was right. Then I would organise a coup. I would use steroids, massive doses of 812 and other vitamins and rigorous training to get my

Problem wasn't winning—but keeping the coups secret... [ARTICLE]

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Problem wasn't winning— but keeping the coups secret... Part Four TiHE crucial instruc- tiops came to me on a distinctive piece of royal blue notepaper: "The code Is virtually unbreakable as the frequency changes every 20 seconds on a permutation of an eight-lock timer. Use it immediately!" I recognised the

Killing with kindness [ARTICLE]

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Killing with kindness mHE WHIMS and capX rices of owners have lost me many a race and even more gambles. None more wellintentioned than Tom I ir. pie by who killed a coup with kindness. Tom was a Yorkshire agricultural rep with a dairy round as well, and he had

THE MAN WHO FIXED THE ODDS [ARTICLE]

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THE MAN WHO FIXED THE ODDS With evar 100 hors*« at hto lavish Vorfcahlr* atabtaa, Kan Payna, former window claanar, waa ona 41 Hw top Iralnars on tha aaWng pMa circuit Ha rtotchad up aadi aaaaon dozana of vlnoaia. But Ma pjraajlaat vldonaa wava acorad aoalnst tha booktaa. For Payna

A GAMBLE I WOULD RATHER HAVE LOST [ARTICLE]

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A GAMBLE I WOULD RATHER HAVE LOST JOCKEYS are the gambling trainer's greatest ally and at the same time his Achilles heel. They are not supposed to gamble, and some of them do. The temptations are tremendous and a trainer has no defence. Once, a poor run by a horse

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SUNDAY TIMES CROSSWORD ACROSS DOWN vL B 2"Tf*B« iu m Ji Ponn (S) 2 <8) (6) 10. Conrlnce* (7) 11. h ,4*-|i ™J2JL \«i Exhausted (5) 13 Perfume Thought (4) "nirow» TsTlTonmtid uae (4) 17. 7. Conifer (5) 11. Cuta (7) Deed (3) IS. Certain (4) SO. 12. RkkUea (7)

When a horse has no chance—after the draw is made [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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When a horse has no chance after the draw is made Adapted by Alec Snobel from THE COUP, by Ken Payne, (c) Futura Publications 1978. AM a draw fana1 tic, and every day after the 11 o'clock declarations I would ring up the Press Association or, in later years, tear

VARIATIONS WHERE THE LOGIC IS SO EASILY SEEN [ARTICLE]

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VARIATIONS WHERE THE LOGIC IS SO EASILY SEEN I CONCLUDE my summary of how to begin a game with 1 e4 when you have the White pieces Part of the Sicilian Dt fence was given last week. 83 Sicilian Defence with 2 dsi 1 e4 c 5 2 c 3

LEARN CHESS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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LEARN CHESS Urn Kok Ann with LESSON 97 (For beginners from 6 to 60) Sicilian Defence 9113 8 NeB 9 Bgs f6 10 exf6 exf6 11 Be Be 6 12 d 5 912. 6. ..Nbd7 7 e5 NeB 8 Bgs. 913. 6 Nc6 7d5 NbB Bh3c6 9 Bgs Bd7 10

Chess on TV turns out a big winner [ARTICLE]

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Chess on TV turns out a big winner RUTH GRUBER By I ONDON: "Where's the television set? Where's the television set?" cried a young man as he burst Into a quiet London pub one recent Wednesday night. "I've got to see the match." Other patrons looked up from their beer,

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Hit-man Hackman vs the Organisation at the CINEMA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Hit-man Hackman vs the Organisation at the CINEMA WALTER SEOVY reviews The Domino Principle THE plot has familiar ring about it. A man serving a long stretch In prison is approached by a stranger with an offer he could not refuse His freedom, reunion with his beloved wife, a hide-away

MYSTERY OF CASTING OF FILMS TO BE SHOT IN SINGAPORE [ARTICLE]

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MYSTERY OF CASTING OF FILMS TO BE SHOT IN SINGAPORE A casting agency accused of Jumping onto the Hawaii Flve-O bandwagon, said yesterday that Its recent advertisement lor "locals" to appear In a film was aimed at recruiting people for an American film company and not the television series. Mr.

A great year, hopes high for a repeat [ARTICLE]

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A great year, hopes high for a repeat LOS ANGELES, Sat -1 977 turned out to A he a record year for Hollywood, and America's movie moguls look all set for a repeat performance this year. Science fiction was undoubtedly last year's box office hit theme, with two widely different

Film festival [ARTICLE]

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Film festival KUALA LUMPUR, Sat. —Malaysia will host the seventh Asean Film Festival in Kuala Lumpur this year. —AFP.

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THE LOGOS DUE ON TUESDAY [ARTICLE]

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THE LOGOS DUE ON TUESDAY rE Singapore-register-ed book exhibition ship, Logo:, will be back again alter almost a three-year absence. She will sail in on Tuesday from her last port of call, Calcutta. However, the book exhibition will not be open to the public until Good Friday. It will then

Why are double deckers not popular? ask MP [ARTICLE]

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Why are double deckers not popular? ask MP rE Minister lor National Development and communications, Mr Lim Kirn San, will be asked by Mr. Teo Chong Tee (Changi) whether any study had been carried out to establish the reasons for the unpopularity of double-deckers Other questions to be i asked

Folk dancing [ARTICLE]

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Folk dancing ORCHARD Road YMCA will conduct a folk dancing oourse on April 1. For details, ring XXXXX8.

Chessnuts steal the limelight from 311 others [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Chessnuts steal the limelight from 311 others mHESE two scbool1 boy "chessn uts" stole the limelight from 311 compe.itors when they became the overall champions of the Nescafe National Junior Chess Championship which ended yesterday. Teo Kok Siont (left) of Temasrk Junior College and Dennis Tan of Catholic Junior College,

NPB business course [ARTICLE]

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NPB business course THE National Productivity Board will conduct a course on the basic system analysis and design In small and me-dium-sized business Irom tomorrow to April 5 at 7 p.m. at its town training centre. The course will be held at Hotel Royal-Ramada Fee is $88 for members and

Residents' assn officials [ARTICLE]

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Residents' assn officials MR. P. aovlndaswuny. MP for Araon. hu been nelected president of Windsor Park RaaldenU' AaoclaUon. Other officials are- Mr Robert Lee. vloe-prwldent. Mr. Simon Roiarto. lecret*ry; Mlm Romllnd Khng aast. secretary- Mr. Wong Yip Lung. treasurer; and Mr. K. 8. C. Mallm, Mat. treasurer.

NEW SCHEME BY TWO UNIONS TO HELP WORKERS HIT BY LAY-OFF [ARTICLE]

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NEW SCHEME BY TWO UNIONS TO HELP WORKERS HIT BY LAY-OFF SINGAPORE Industrial Labour Organisation (Silo) and Pioneer Industries Employees Union (PIEU) have launched a retrenchment benefit scheme to help members during difficult periods of unemployment. The two largest Industrial unions have a combined membership of 85,000, accordIng to the

Triple checks to protect drug suspects [ARTICLE]

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Triple checks to protect drug suspects RATIONAL servicemen drug addicts are 11 convicted only after the most stringent tests have proved the suspect guilty. Behind the mass screening and urine m^ m tests is a group of professional chemical analysts and technicians who go through triple checks to ensure no

New shipment of Thai rice for Singapore [ARTICLE]

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New shipment of Thai rice for Singapore BANGKOK, Sat. An agreement has been concluded with Singapore to sell 30,000 tonnes of Thai rice valued at US$ll million (XXXXX million) for April/July shipment, Commerce Ministry sources said here. The agreement was concluded on a government to government basis with the grain

Variety show [ARTICLE]

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Variety show ANSON SILAT Avenue community centre management committee will hold a variety show at the PSA car park on Tuesday at 7.3P pm.

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The Sunday Times SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1978 opinion EEC WORRIES OVER VOTING [ARTICLE]

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The Sunday Times SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1978 opinion EEC WORRIES OVER VOTING pRANCE votes again today in the second ballot of a general election that is crucial not only to the future of the nation will the Centre-Rightists maintain their 20-year-old grip on power or will the various Leftists, backed

At 84 he still has time to look after the aged [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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At 84 he still has time to look after the aged NANCY BYRAMJI By THE Rev. Devasahayam David Chelliah celebrated his 84th birthday last Tuesday. This makes him older than most of the inhabitants of the St. John's Home for the Aged of which he is chairman. At an age

The people with miracle memories [ARTICLE]

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The people with miracle memories MICHAEL PHILLIPS By READ this article, put down the newspaper, and try to recall what you've read. If 50 per cent of the facts have remained in your mind, then you've got an above-average memory. But, compared with the performance of an elite group of

KING WITH A GUN UNDER HIS BED [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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KING WITH A GUN UNDER HIS BED BERNARD COLLING By For 25 years he has survived more assassination attempts than any twentieth century monarch rpHE only king to 1 sleep with a loaded revolver under his pillow and a riile beneath the bed celebrates 25 years on the world's most

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NO SURRENDER-SO IT'S BATTLE TO THE DEATH [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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NO SURRENDER-SO IT'S BATTLE TO THE DEATH I *Jw I Afl MM W f^B i^ 4^b\ 1 B H fc^ H hT^BT *^Bk B IT WAS Nov 10 1968. 1 At 6.05 a.m. the early-mornipg quiet of St Hellers Avenue was broken by the loud, ringing voice of Sgt. Ng

THE PROFESSIONALS [ARTICLE]

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THE PROFESSIONALS THE ST. HELIER'S AVENUE SHOOT-OUT: PART TWO -BY PAKIR SINGH This series presents some of the famous cases handled by the Singapore police. They are selected to show the dedication and painstaking efforts in the investigative field of our men who uphold the law. They are true pro-

THE INSIDE STORY... [ARTICLE]

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THE INSIDE STORY INSIDE the St Heller's Avenue house, the wanted kidnappers Loh Ngut Font (the leader), Tua Teo (his bodyguard) and Teo Boon Lee came to know of the seige at 5.45 in the morning. Teo was immediately overcome by a gnawing, cut fear. His nerves became taut and

THIS HISTORY BOOK WILL LIVE HAPPILY IN HOMES [ARTICLE]

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THIS HISTORY BOOK WILL LIVE HAPPILY IN HOMES Dr. G. M. TURNBULL By C ING APOR E A N S seldom look to the past. Yet It is natural for man to heed the call that beckons from years long gone by a call that sets one off on the

BOOKS [ARTICLE]

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BOOKS Reviewed by Pakir Singh take it upon themselves to tell of a nation's past. With Turnbull, the personalities do not start out vibrantly to hold centre stage: events are not treated with hyperbole so as to

Remember the past—so you'll know just how far you have come [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Remember the past— so you'll know just how far you have come NANCY BYRAMJI By A SYMPATHETIC LOOK BY ONE WHO LIVED HERE FOR 20 YEARS UfHEN Dr. Mary Turnbull joined the British civil service and came East in 1952 "for something exciting to do" little did she dream that

Baggy and breezy [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Baggy and breezy THE baggy look makes even fullsleeved maxi-outnts cool and breezy to lounge around in. Heavy cotton fabrics, especially like the warm, earthy-brown with pink, yellow and green floral print, that mannequin Shirley Tan wears in Picture A, can only make you hot stuff to handle —without losing

Soap yourself slim [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Soap yourself slim WE diet, we starve, we skip or Jog till on the verge of collapse just to shed off a bit of flab to look trimmer. It is no wonde* 1 that crafty entrepreneurs are always on the lookout for new methods of "short-cut slimming" to sell something

my view [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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my view HERE is next week's topic: The figures fur travel show that more and more Singaporeans are spending their holidays out of the country where would yoi go to spend your ideal vacation, and why this particular place? Send all letters to: My View, Sunday Times, Times House, Kirn

A 'cheer, don't jeer' drive for a11... [ARTICLE]

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A 'cheer, don't jeer' drive for a11 IT\HE rise of soccer vio1 lence in Singapore and other parts of the world is causing grave concern to the authorities. In England, for example, travelling fans of football clubs often damage trains In clashes between rival clubi, stadiums have been damaged. The

When ALL fans are banned [ARTICLE]

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When ALL fans are banned LAST week's topic: Soccer violence is on the rise here and in other countries of the world do you have a solution to this ugly S'de of sport on and off the field, other than cramming staaiums with hundreds of policeman? This letter wins the

POLICE NOT WASTED THERE [ARTICLE]

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POLICE NOT WASTED THERE SINGAPORE spectators have to a large extent been "tamed" by the presence of a sizeable ponce contingent at soccer matches. One is inclined to think that this security measure is an economic waste, but, at second glance, is it a waste for a few hundred policemen

No need to fan a flame that will burn bright by itself on the big day [ARTICLE]

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No need to fan a flame that will burn bright by itself on the big day OUTRAGEOUS foul play, the hurling of dangerous missiles, assaults, affrays and other forms of soccer violence are. Indeed, on an increase here and elsewhere, suggesting an appalling lack of sporting spirit on the part

Loud cheer for the good guys [ARTICLE]

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Loud cheer for the good guys VIOLENCE on and off the field has become ball all over the world, from fcng'and to Italy and South America to Singapore. What then are the "cures for this "disease" that terrifies the world of sport? Perhaps the best way to curb crowd violence

Your stars [ARTICLE]

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Your stars ECAMUCOBN l)*c 23 to .l.n 20 THERE could be crisis In home affairs middle of week. It could work up to much argjment and deliberation on Friday. Where money Is Involved you do well: You should have some good news on Tuesday. Responsibilities pile up on you though:

YOUR BIRTHDAY FORECAST [ARTICLE]

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YOUR BIRTHDAY FORECAST IF It's your birthday today. As you ro forward into a new year of life you'll wonder just what lies ahead of you. You could br a little perplexed about your Job and also about the people round you. There's little need to be anxious about the

22 good friends [ARTICLE]

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22 good friends (\SE of the steps which can be taken to prevent the ugly side of sport is to correct the attitude of the players. Another step to prevent soccer violence on the field is to have a "get-together" off the field for the players of the two teams

This wonderful feeling called LOVE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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This wonderful feeling called LOVE OVE a beautiful four letter word. Love a strong emotion. Love a part of men and a part of women. Love a human need that is different from all other human needs. Love is within us. Like erring, to love is human. It is something

ALL THE BIG HITS ROLLED UP IN ONE ALBUM [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ALL THE BIG HITS ROLLED UP IN ONE ALBUM NEXT WEEK: WOMEN'S LOVE BAY CITY ROLLERS: GREATEST HITS (Arista). Let 1., roll on, boys. The teenyboppers are on holiday and relishing every moment of it So give them all the big hits at one go If not as a favour,

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Pakistan's growing trade relations with Singapore [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Pakistan 's growing trade relations with Singapore SINGAPORE is a major and traditional trading partner of Pakistan. It is the leading importer of Pakistan's cotton, cotton yarn, cotton textiles, petroleum products, lice and a host of other items. Singapore's exports to Pakistan mainly consist of crude rubber, timber and plywood,

AN INSIGHT INTO NATION'S CULTURAL HERITAGE [ARTICLE]

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AN INSIGHT INTO NATION'S CULTURAL HERITAGE PAKISTAN Is one of 1 the young nations which has appeared on the world's political map during recent times. Nevertheless, its political as well as cultural history /goes deep into antiquity as Man's activities began here some 450.000 years ago, a remote period of

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1978, the year of nation's economic revival [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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1978, the year of nation's economic revival THE year 1978 has come up with a fresh ray of hope for a country like Pakistan whose economy had been shattered for various reasons during the past live years in spite of a wealth of resources and a colossal man-power. Bedevilled by

PIA launches 8 holiday packages [ARTICLE]

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PIA launches 8 holiday packages PAKISTAN is fast being rtcognued as an important tourist attraction. It otters visitors a wide variety of physical and cultural diversity. Once renowned as the •mixing bowl" of different civilisation and cultures, Pakistan can boast of Innumerable historical wonders, its unspoilt scenic beauty, its busy

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SINGAPORE OPEN GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP Special Feature 1978

Over 200 golfers will pit their wits and skills [ARTICLE]

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Over 200 golfers will pit their wits and skills By A Staff Writer A CRACK field of over 200 golfers from 18 countries will pit their wits and skills in the $106,000 Singapore Open golf championship at the Bukit Course starting on Thursday. The Pro-Am tournament the cur-tain-raiser to the

THE STRONG CONTENDERS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE STRONG CONTENDERS CHI SAN defending champion. NIVAL CUIE HSICNO ARDA MIN NAM

THE BUKIT COURSE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE BUKIT COURSE THE Buk i t Location Course (above) la considered to be one of the best in South-east Asia and seems to be the most popular with members and visitors. Although there have been some hot scores in the past, a score of around 280 (four-under-par) usually Is

Organisers have to fork out additional $25,000 [ARTICLE]

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Organisers have to fork out additional $25,000 By Staff Writer MONEY may be root of all evil but it most certainly makes the golf world go round. It is for this reason that the prize-money offered at all major tour naments around the world has skyrocketed to astronomical figures. The

Local golfers are ready to face foreign challenge [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Local golfers are ready to face foreign challenge By A Staff Writer LOCAL professionals have just completed two months of intensive preparations for the Singapore Open. After following thp professionals for the past two months on the local circuit, I can safely say that our players are ready to face

WILL IT BE ANOTHER ASIAN THIS TIME? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WILL IT BE ANOTHER ASIAN THIS TIME? By A Staff Writer THK Singapore Open golf championships, for more than a decade now has been won by Asians with their counterparts from the United States, Australia, Europe and elsewhere sharing only the minor honours. Several reasons could be attributed to this

Golf has taken a leap forward in Singapore [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Golf has taken a leap forward in Singapore By A Staff Writer JF THE sale of equipments is a good yardstick to assess the popularity of a sport, then golf has definitely taken a great leap forward. Although golf in Singapore is still an expensive game, more and more Singaporeans

Taiwan's Kuo leads in Asian circuit standings [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Taiwan's Kuo leads in Asian circuit standings KUO Chic Hslung of Taiwan leads in the Asian golf circuit standings this year after the fourth leg the Indian Open which was played in Calcutta last week. Though Kuo has yet to win a tournament on the circuit, he has accumulated 54

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A matter of life and death [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A matter of life and death Percy Seneviratne By FROM THE SIDELINES THERE is no more fearsome sight in sport than a mudspattered second-row forward ploughing through the opposing team, dragging two or three opponents with him in his determination to make ground with the ball. This is aggression. This

Isn't it time for tinkering of rules? [ARTICLE]

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Isn 't it time for tinkering of rules? I Welsh met the Irish recently, as one sports journalist wrote: "it is where tempers flare and get lost. "You have only to look at the appalling scar tissue builaing up on the laces ol those two courageous grovellers in the ruck.

Parvin: It's only the beginning [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Parvin: It's only the beginning |T WAS Nov 25, 1977, the greatest day Iran's footballers had ever known. They had just beaten Australia to clinch their first-ever place in the World Cup Finals. At the Aryamehr Stadium on the outskirts of Teheran, the Crown Prince Reza and much of the

IX OBITUARIES

140 Acknowledgements [OBITUARY]

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140 Acknowledgements THE FAMILY OF the late Mr Lam Wing Foo wish to express their tiltCHt thanks U> .ill ralatlW, friends and colleagues for their kind attendance, contributions, condolences and wreaths during IMr recent bereavement

142 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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142 Deaths WEE KIM NEO (WHYE TOW) age 65 passed away peacefully on 18/3/78 leaving behind 3 sons. 4 daughters. 1 daughter-in-law. 3 sons-in-law and 4 grandchildren to mourn her loss Cortege leave* Blk. 229.170-P Lor Toa Payoh to Pentecoet M«tnodm Church thence to Mt. Vemon on 20/3/7* 1.30 pm.

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Classified. Jlds C.A.T.S. 1*35-»+77 VI EDUCATION TRAINING Bethe Indispensable Secretary! "The secretary has proven herself to be indesoensoble and is willing to handle all kinds of situations Mr D F Coonan, managing director of Caterpillar Far East (H X.) at the 3rd Asian Congress of Secretaries attended by 500 delegates

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SELL SEEK through the classifieds. ILOANE COURT HOTEL, 17 3almoral Road. Singapore. Dou)le (bathroom attached) J35 upwards Telephone XXXXX11 -LOYD HOUSE HOTEL, single $25 $30. double $35 $38 Weekly llscount 10%. Tel: XXXXX9. NTS 1 PERSONAL] MAKE A CALL. Make A Friend rtlnu I FC for an Ideal friend ;all

POPULAR WIN BY HARBIN [ARTICLE]

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POPULAR WIN BY HARBIN BLUE PETER By Jockey Au-Yeung scores double on Tonga, Putra Bu ADDS ON FAVOURITE Harbin scored a popular win in Race 4 at Bukit Timah yesterday. Carrying 13,996 win tickets and ridden by apprentice Larry Francis, the five-year-old by Welsh Saint beat Ocean West by 2J

JONES FIRES 66 TO MOVE AHEAD [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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JONES FIRES 66 TO MOVE AHEAD ITU ALA LUMPUR, Sat. Australian Brian Jones recorded a six-under-par 66 today to take a stroke lead into the final round of the Malaysian ORen golf championships at the Royal Selangor Golf Club course. Jones, winner of thi Indian Open In 1972 and 1977

Nicklaus bounces back to share three-way lead [ARTICLE]

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Nicklaus bounces back to share three-way lead TACKSONVILLE, (FloJ rida), Sat. Jack Nicklaus overcame a double-bogey with birdies on two of his last four holes yesterday to battle back into a tie with Ben crenshaw and Lou Graham for the lead in the second round of the world's richest golf

Koh scores easy win [ARTICLE]

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Koh scores easy win PETER SIOW By KOH EX TIAN, one of the favourites for the boys' under- IS title In the Singapore Table Tennis Association Ind 1 v ldual age -group championships, scored an easy 2114, 21-11 win over Tonny Tan at Tanjong Katong yesterday. Koh, the unde r

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f SENIOI APPOINTMENTS (Remuneration $15,000 to $25,000 p.a.) The Singapore Manufacturers' Association seeks suitably quabfied people who are growth oriented and will; ing to participate as members of a team involving in research into production problems and joint ventures, production of publications and public relations Applicants should have a good

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A leading German engineering consulting firm invites applicants from suitably qualified Malaysian citizens for the post of: ELECTRICAL BITE SUPERVISOR to be stationed in Lumut, Perak. Qualification: Possess a Chargeman (Nil Restriction) Certificate issued by the Chief Electrical Inspector. Technical Certificate/ Diploma an advantage Experience: Extensive experience in H.V. and

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Thomson puts Aussies back into contention [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Thomson puts Aussies back into contention BRIDGETOWN, (Barbados), Sat. Australia, bowled out for 250, hit back strongly to grab three West Indies wickets for 71 runs on the first day of the second cricket Test match here yesterday. Only a magnificent 74 by spinner Bruce Yardley, who hit 12 fours

SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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SCOREBOARD AUSTRALIA Ist Inn* Darllnf c Richards b Croft 4 Wood lbw Croft 69 Yallop c Austin b Croft 47 Serjeant c Murray b Parry 4 Simpson c Murray b Croft 9 Cosier lbw Koberts 1 Rlxon lbw Oamer 16 lardley b Oamer 74 Thomson b Gurner 12 Clark b

MIRAFIORI SHOULD COME INTO HIS OWN [ARTICLE]

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MIRAFIORI SHOULD COME INTO HIS OWN BLUE PETER By MIRAFIORI should give racegoers a good start in Race One at Bukit Timah today. The Miuasseh three-year-old put up a creditable showing last week when second to Pendraggon's Charm. With the latter out of the way, he should come into his

Demos mar Cup tie [ARTICLE]

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Demos mar Cup tie NASHVILLE, (Tennessee), Sat. Vitas Geruiaitis and Harold Solomon rallied for singles victories to send the United States into a 3- 0 lead over South Africa last night in the North American Zone Davis Cup tennis match marred by boisterous but non-violent demonstrations. First, the flst-hy OrulaitU

SELECTIONS [ARTICLE]

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SELECTIONS RACE LUC PETER SCRUTINEER Miration Act ma 7 Cherubin Pr«>iH«nt Award If i ration Actreai V Mira«on Prealdrnt Award Actreaa V Arctic Call Lee Tit Seng Eres Tu 2 Arctic Call Everything Nice Swift Valour Rath Itar Park Lane Jimmy the One Arctic Call Everything Nice Brea Tu J

Today's card [ARTICLE]

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Today's card M r TTJWM 2 30 CLASS 6, DIV 1 1200m ■iUayiB ($9,000 $6,300 to winner) 1 8293 Actress VglShaw) Tulloh 4 51 Isame bf) F htwil 1 1 0982 kllrawarl g 1LI Han) Yap 3 58 5 I »2> OF (If III 3 1 8722 Caatana II s

Going Forecast: YIELDING [ARTICLE]

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Going Forecast: YIELDING I.Boom with 53 last week; up 3.5 kg; should be thereabouts. WINNING STREAK II: Back in form: fast third to Park Lane Dlv 4 1.200 m with 55 last week; up three divisions plus 1 kg: I.Boom trip today should suit him: merits support. LIQUIDATOR: Has won

Opening match washed out [ARTICLE]

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Opening match washed out BUENOS AIRES, Sat The start of the fourth hockey World Cup here has been postponed from today to tomorrow because of heavy rains over the past few days, organisers announced yesterday. They said that the only scheduled match for today between defending champions India and Belgium

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1 J SENIOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEER L A large multinational manufacturing company in Kuala Lumpur has a vacancy for an Electrical Engineer. Candidates must have a University Degree in Electrical Engineering with at least four (4) years practical experience, preferably in a manufacturing company. Those possessing N.E.B. certificate will have a

Good response to 'Open badminton' [ARTICLE]

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Good response to 'Open badminton' I I ONDON, Sat. Leading players of Europe and North America agreed here yesterday that badminton should become an open sport within the bounds of the sports ruling body, the International Badminton Federation. The decision at an informal meeting attended by representatives of national badminton

Teng Soon in the final [ARTICLE]

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Teng Soon in the final P. BASTIANS By TJENG TENG SOON, made a dramatic entrance to the final of the Junior badminton individual championships when he demolished Tan Seng Kirn 15-8, 15-5 In the men's semifinals at the Badminton Hall last night. He meets top seed Kamaruddin Musa in the

The goal-rush [ARTICLE]

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The goal-rush JOE DORAI By SINGAPORE coach Sebastian Yap has decided to switch from his cautious 4-3-3 pattern to an attackIng 4-2-4 formation in a bid for a landslide win against Malaysian Armed Forces tonight in their Malaysia Cup match at the National Stadium (7.30). Yap has so far been

Perlis upset Kelantan [ARTICLE]

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Perlis upset Kelantan Chan Beng Soon By 30 metres off a pass from Khalruddln. Centre-back Sallm Mohamad made it 3-1 In the 72nd minute and Bakri rounded up the tally In the 81st minute. Teams: perlto: P. Marlmuthu, Yew Hong Eng. Ibrahim Saad. Sallm Mohamad. Othman Ibrahim, Roell Ramll. Saldin

RI rugby match [ARTICLE]

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RI rugby match RAFFLES Institution Old Boys will meet the Present boys In their annual rugby match at Orange Road at 430 pm today. AU old boys wishing to play are reQuested to turn up at the RI ground.

Singapore 4-0 [ARTICLE]

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Singapore 4-0 SINGAPORE beat Penang 4-0 In a friendly women's soccer match In Penang yesterday. Scorers were Kee Nam Pee. Esah Mydeen. Maimun Wahab and Jacqueline Chan.

DIARY [ARTICLE]

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DIARY BADMINTON Junior Indiv Id v a 1 championship finals (Singapore Badminton Hall 7 pm). RUGBY Raffles Past v Present (Orange Road 4.30 pm). SOCCER Malaysia Cup: north zone Singapore v Armed Forces (National Stadium 7.30 pm); south not: Selangor v Pahang (Merdeka Stadium): PMendlles: Star United v Margining Cosmos

Castrol rally [ARTICLE]

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Castrol rally THE second in ihe series of Castrol motor rallys will be held today at Senonko power station with 60 of the best drivers from Malaysia and Singapore taking part.

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