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The Straits Times, 23 December 1979

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The Sunday Times The Sunday Times No. 2274 DECEMBER 23, 1979 35 CENTS M.C.(P) No. 1 43/1 /79

Joy at four... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Joy at four... NANCY BYRAMJI By SARAH DATSON WAI YEE, four, used to scan the clouds to see whore Rather Christmas was" 7 She had a tpfffali reason for doing this. Sarah, the only child of a manufacturers' representative Mr Jesse Datson and his Chinese wife, had yearned all year

.and happiness at 102 [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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...and happiness at 102 THREE generations separate Madam Lim Ah Lah from her 13-year-old music teacher, but that did not seem to bother her. How could a mere matter of age stand in the way of true love...for music. And the St Andrew's schoolboy, Chew Yuen Long, was only too

Income tax soon for China's 960 million [ARTICLE]

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Income tax soon for China's 960 million BEIJING, Sat CHINA'S 960 million people will soon pay income tax, the first since the communist takeover in 1949, foreign investment chief Rong Yiren said yesterday. The taxation plan, to be announced early n<>xt year, will coincide with taxation of foreign firms engaged

Indira sued [ARTICLE]

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Indira sued NEW DELHI. Sal. The Indian Government today riled a suit for the recovery of about 1 I million rupees (SM00.000) from formei Prime Minister Indira Candhi for the use of air force planes during her 1977 general election tour. AKP

40-cent flat rate for CBD parking [ARTICLE]

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40-cent flat rate for CBD parking LEONG WENG K AM By PARKING fees in all URA and HDB car parks in the Central Business District will be revised to a flat rate of 40 cents for every half-hour from next year. The revision will benefit most motorists those who park

ASEAN IS THE KEY [ARTICLE]

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ASEAN IS THE KEY MILTON CHASE By 'American and Chinese commitments to Thailand will deter invasion' ASEAN is the key in persuading Hanoi to seek a political settlement in Kampuchea while American and Chinese commitments to Thailand should dissuade Vietnam from invading Thailand. This was stated by Mr Roger Sullivan,

Hanoi tells Asean: Accept the situation [ARTICLE]

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Hanoi tells Asean: Accept the situation 'EVENTS IRREVERSIBLE* THEN A CALL FOR FRIENDSHIP BANGKOK, Saturday VIETNAM has called on Asean to accept the situation in Kampuchea and develop its relations with Hanoi. I A radio Hanoi commentary, monitored here yesterday said: "We have said clearly more than once that we

Hon leaves today for visit to China [ARTICLE]

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Hon leaves today for visit to China FINANCE Minister Hon Sui Sen leaves today for an 11-day visit to China at the invitation of Chinese Foreign Trade Minister Li Qiang. Mr Hon, who is accompanied by his wife, heads a delegation which includes the Senior Minister of State lor Education,

Algeria raises oil price [ARTICLE]

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Algeria raises oil price ALGIERS, Sat. Algeria last night announced an increase in the price of its oil to US$3O a barrel. The announcement, reported by the official Algerian news agency Aps, was made byEnergy Minister Belkacem Nabi on his return from the unsuccessful Opec price-fixing conference in Caracas. Reuter.

5 Reds killed [ARTICLE]

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5 Reds killed SUNGEI PETANI. Sat. Malaysian troops have recently killed five guerillas, wound ed 24 more and captured 11 others along the Thai-Malay sian border, Brigadier-General Osman Zain said here today Reuter.

TWO MORE QUIT CHARAN GOVT [ARTICLE]

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TWO MORE QUIT CHARAN GOVT NEW DELHI, Sat. Twa mare ministers today resigned (mm Premier (ha ran Singh's caretaker governmrat, lew than tw* weeks hetare ladia elecfe a new parliament. Bath Petroleum Minister Bala Pajr.or and Mrs Satyavaai Muthu, Minister far Sacial Welfare, belang U the All-India Anna DravMa Munetra

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Exports lead to gifts shortage in E. Germany [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Exports lead to gifts shortage in E. Germany THIS year the East German state is saying "Happy Christmas" to the West somewhat louder than at home. The reason is that, for the state, the West is sort of a Santa Claus ready to give desirable hard currency for cer- I

Little cash. so teachers go without wages [ARTICLE]

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Little cash. so teachers go without wages CHICAGO, Sat. Chicago's 48,-600 teachers and other school employees are without pay over Christmas because of a financial crisis in the city's public school system, second largest in the United States. The Chicago Board of Education had only US$B.7 million (5518.9 million) in

Close range training [ARTICLE]

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Close range training THAI troops usin^ sticks to practise bayonet fighting at a military camp in Aranyaprathet near the Kampuchean border on Friday. Intelligence reports, quoted by official US sources, have said Vietnamese forces in western Kampuchea are poised to launch a final offensive this month against remnants of the

Skyhawks: Villages yield new lead [ARTICLE]

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Skyhawks: Villages yield new lead ABBY TAN By Our Manila Correspondent. Saturday THE search for the three missing Republic of Singapore Air Force Skyhawks in north Philippines has found a new lead two remote villages reported bearing explosions on Wednesday. Lieutenant Colonel Alan Sabsevitz, spokesman of the US Clark Air

Soviets massing for invasion? [ARTICLE]

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Soviets massing for invasion? WASHINGTON, Saturday THE Soviet Union has moved three army divisions to its border with Afghanistan and has recently sent at least 1,500 combat troops into the country, the US State Department said yesterday. Reflecting a recent, high-level decision to publicise Moscow's military role in Afghanistan's civil

POLICE CHIEF SHOT [ARTICLE]

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POLICE CHIEF SHOT NEW DELHI, Sat. The chief of Afghanistan's secret police »«s critically wounded in hLs office last Monday and his assailant arrested, a reliable sourer in Kabul said today. Assadullah Amin, nephew of Marxist President Haflzullah Amin, was shot In the chest by a man who had come

Crash blamed on airiine [ARTICLE]

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Crash blamed on airiine WASHINGTON. Sat. The DC-10 airliner crash in Chicago last May was primarily caused by a 40-cm crack in the engine mounting resulting from improper maintenance, the US National Transportation Safety Board ruled today The decision puts major blame for the accident, the worst in US aviation

Chinese kids find new use for dad's condoms [ARTICLE]

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Chinese kids find new use for dad's condoms BEIJING. Sat. Con- I doms are being used as toys by children in China, 'who blow them up and play with them like balloons, to the despair of authorities in charge of family planning programmes in the countryside. The Guangming Daily today

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Carter's call for UN sanctions worsens crisis [ARTICLE]

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Carter's call for UN sanctions worsens crisis WASHINGTON, Sat. The confrontation between the United States and Iran escalated yesterday when President Jimmy Carter called on the United Nations to impose worldwide economic sanctions against Iran. Mr Carter, in a nationally televised statement, announced that he wis isking for an early

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Bishop Abel Muaorewa, Zimbabwe's outgoing Prime Minister (left) leaving the table after signing the ceasefire agreement In London on Friday to formally end seven years of bosh war. The deputy of Ms delegation, Dr S. Mondawaraka (second from left), shakes hands with Patriotic Front leader Joshua Nkomo while the front's

Iran moves deposits in London to Tokyo, Paris [ARTICLE]

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Iran moves deposits in London to Tokyo, Paris TOKYO, Sat. The Iranian central bank has told the London branches of major Japanese commercial banks to transfer all its yen deposits with them to Tokyo and its dollar deposits to Paris, Japanese banking sources said here today. The Iranian bank did

Students: We aren't afraid [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Students: We aren't afraid TKHKRAN, Sat. Students holding 5* American hostages at the IS Embassy in Teheran said today that Iran was not afraid of economic sanctions. A spokeswoman said the students did not intend to issue an official statement on President Carter's request to the UN yesterday for economic

Libya, PLO pledge to end row [ARTICLE]

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Libya, PLO pledge to end row DAMASCUS, Sat. Libya and the Palestine Liberation Organisation have given undertakings to Syrian President Hafez Assad to end a fierce dispute which erupted three weeks ago, reliable sources said here last I night. Mr Assad is mediating in the quarrel, sparked off when Libyan

Two ride off with 40 tonnes of bubbly [ARTICLE]

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Two ride off with 40 tonnes of bubbly REIMS, Sat. Two drivers will have a merry Christmas, with 25,000 stolen bottles of champagne. Using false papers and false number plates they turned up at the depot of the Piper Heidseick company in this eastern French town and took 40 tonnes

Zimbabwe embargo lifted [ARTICLE]

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Zimbabwe embargo lifted UNITED NATIONS, Sat. The security council today lifted its 13-year-old economic embargo against Zimbabwe, which has resumed legal colonial status under a British governor while preparing tot' independence. The council approved a resolution which called upon UN members "to terminate the measures taken against southern Zimbabwe." The

Attack on Mugabe's old home [ARTICLE]

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Attack on Mugabe's old home SAMSBIRY, Sat. Two young nephews of Mr Robert Mugabe were Injured h*re today when his former home was attacked by three black gunmen armed with automatic weapons. The attack took plarr In a crowded street In Hlghfield near Salisbury. The small two-bed-room bungalow where Mr

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Wager over LA quake [ARTICLE]

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Wager over LA quake A BETTING parlour in Las Vegas has accepted a US$5,OOO (SJ10.850) bet from a Virginia man that Los Angeles will be destroyed by an earthquake with over one million deaths next year. It set odds of 70-1. Reuter.

Rands that ran out [ARTICLE]

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Rands that ran out SOUTH AFRICA has run out of krugerrands, the one-ounce gold coins I sought by collectors and hoarders, says the Chamber of Mines in Johannesburg. The chamber, which markets the coins worldwide through its selling organisation Intergola says the demand has been so heavy that new orders

Shanghai's largest [ARTICLE]

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Shanghai's largest CONSTRUCTION has started in Shanghai on China's largest tourist hotel, a 25-storey building i that will have 600 rooms, 11 restaurants and shops, Xinhua news agency reported in Beijing yesterday. Reuter.

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A rush to help ... [ARTICLE]

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A rush to help THE scene at the Hwa Chong Junior College yesterday was enough to convince any cynic that there are Singaporeans plenty of them who care for the less unfortunate. As early as 8.45 a.m., donors came into the school with gifts for the Kampuchean refugees, though collection

No more dialects in basic training for VC [ARTICLE]

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No more dialects in basic training for VC MANDARIN has now replaced dialects used in basic training for Chinese stream Vigilante Corps members, said the Senior Parliamentary secretary, Mr Chor Yeok Eng. And he told those in the passing-out parade of the 23rd intake Vigilante Corps yesterday to use Mandarin

Best package contest [ARTICLE]

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Best package contest THE Packaging Council ot the Singapore Manufacturers' Association is organising a packaging design competition. Contestants may enter one or more designs for one or both products soap and ice cream lollipop. Entries close on Jan 15. For details and forms, contact the SMA, Suite 118. World Trade

Social night [ARTICLE]

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Social night CAIRNHILL community centre's youth group will organise a social night Goodbye 79 Hello Won Dec 31 at 7 30 p.m. For details, call *****37

Plan to set up a diamond exchange here [ARTICLE]

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Plan to set up a diamond exchange here SINGAPORE diamond dealers are planning to set up a diamond exchange in the Republic next year and train artisans in the handling of gems Mr Moshe Schnitzer, 58, president of the World Federation of Diamond Bourses, said steps had been taken to

Club urged to provide mobile play van [ARTICLE]

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Club urged to provide mobile play van THE Singapore V's Men International was yesterday urged to consider providing a mobile play van equipped with educational toys, film and slide projectors for children in housing estates. The regional director of V's Men Clubs of Southeast Asia region, Mr Iv Hon Leung

Warning to eating shop owners [ARTICLE]

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Warning to eating shop owners THE Ministry of the Environment is to step up enforcement action against eating shop operators who place tables and chairs or other items on five-foot ways and public places. A ministry statement said yesterday this is to prevent obstruction and inconvenience to passerby s. The

Speech class [ARTICLE]

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Speech class THE University of Singapore's Extramural Studies Department will conduct a 10-lecture course on Effective Communication Through Public Sneaking in Nlssen Hut 10A, Joint Campus, every Wednesday between 6.30 p.m. and 9.30 p.m., from Jan 9.

ROY exempts 12 used cars from $10,000 surcharge [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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ROY exempts 12 used cars from $10,000 surcharge S.M. MUTHU By THE Registry *f Vehicles has waived the UMM sorclwrge for 12 rtN-ondltioned vehicles that have been sent U ROY (or road worthiness tests the first such exemption far Inip*rted vehicle* since the surcharge was slapped on Monday. A spokesman

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The bloody murders of the four siblings topped the horror list [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The bloody murders of the four siblings topped the horror list SINGAPORE had its fair share of crime in the past decade. There were violent and bloody gang clashes, murders, shootings and even a million-dollar robbery. But for sheer brutality, nothing surpassed the bloody murder of the four siblings in

They asked family for $800,000... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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They asked family for $800,000... THE first kidnap victim of this decade was millionaire Tan Han Seng, abducted on Nov 12, Ma He was kidnapped from his Sommervllle Road bungalow, off I'pper Serangoon Road, by a three-man gang which demanded a $BM,«M ransom. He was released five days later at

Gangland loses 'chief priest' [ARTICLE]

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Gangland loses 'chief priest' ON THE secret society front, police had a major breakthrough in May 1975, when they nipped in the bud one of the biggest underworld recruitment exercises with the arrest of a gangland "chief priest" and several triad society members. The operation forestalled several gangland initiation ceremonies

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The night police shot 'most wanted' Lim [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The night police shot 'most wanted' Lim ALTHOUGH there were no gunmen in the seventies like the notorious criminals of the *****, who were ruthless kidnappers, armed with machine and sub-machine guns, this decade had its share of gunmen. There were many shooting dramas in Singapore since the turn of

When chit fund bubble burst with a big bang [ARTICLE]

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When chit fund bubble burst with a big bang THE Commercial Crime Division of the CID had a series of successes during the i seventies.. They brought to book scores of fly-by-night operators who swindled innocent people out of millions of dollars. However, the major breakthrough was against chit fund

Mimi Wong's execution was a grim 'first' [ARTICLE]

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Mimi Wong's execution was a grim 'first' THE decade saw first when former cabaret queen Mimi Wong Weng Sin. 34, went to the gallows on the morning of July 27, 1973. and became the first woman to be executed after Singapore became independant. She was hanged for the murder of

The criminal who came back from Macau with brand new face [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The criminal who came back from Macau with brand new face They waited in ambush and at about 8.30 p.m. finally saw the pair walking into the police dragnet. Police opened fire and killed Lim, but Chua managed to escape through the crow. Even after the shooting, police were not

Million-dollar haul from a busy bank [ARTICLE]

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Million-dollar haul from a busy bank N.G. Kutty E3 THE robbery of the decade must surely be the the million-dollar haul which took place at the Chartered Bank in busy Battery Road on the morning of Oct 30, 1970. Police investigations revealed that three men had been eyeing the bank

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Sober look at past year amid Yuletide hope [ARTICLE]

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Sober look at past year amid Yuletide hope i AMID the spirit of Christmas, the ghost of global reality rears its ominous head to remind us that the Yuletide message of "Peace on earth and goodwill to all men" is still a dream. But all dreams can come true. On

SPORT ON TV [ARTICLE]

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SPORT ON TV BIG LEAGUE SOCCER (Today, Ch 5, 11.45 a.m.): Two big clashes this weekend Nottingham Forest vs Liverpool, and Sheffield United vs Oxford United. In the first match, both sides played excellent football and in the second match, it was an exciting game in a Third i Division

Stay up and let the stars brighten your evening [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Stay up and let the stars brighten your evening STAY up tomorrow night for midnight and watch The Christmas Special 79 on Channel 5 at 11.45 p.m., with plenty of singing stars, songs and items to brighten up your evening. There's the dynamic lady, Anita Sarawak, in song and dance;

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PICK OF THE TV FILMS JOHN DE SOUZA in Excellent Good Fair Poor ITS the Christmas season, but all our letters to "Santa Claus Esq., care of the North Pole" have come to nought. He's brought lots of toys for all the children, and has blatantly forgotten us adults, at

SPOTLIGHT ON CHINESE PROGRAMMES [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SPOTLIGHT ON CHINESE PROGRAMMES LEONG WENG KAM El ALL PK»H.K\MMKS ON CHANNEL 8: TODAY: LOVE IN THE SI NSKT (3.30 p.m.): Jia Na leaves her homo again without telling her husband, Bao Lo, wfiue she has gone. This angers Bao Lo and he suspcdl she is mwtinß her former boyfriend

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Don't sensationalise, Dr Ow tells papers [ARTICLE]

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Don't sensationalise, Dr Ow tells papers THE three major i newspapers in Singapore generally operate with the national Intent! at heart but sometimes lapse into sensationalism either because they need to increase cirrotation or because of poor news judgment, or worse, ulterior motives. This was the observation made yesterday by

'Nanyang daily's constant striving for quality' [ARTICLE]

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'Nanyang daily's constant striving for quality' NANYANG Siang Pau is constantly I seeking to upgrade editorial quality and content, the chairman of the j Chinese daily, Mr Lien Ying Chow, said yesterday. In his speech at the commissioning of Nanyang's new Goss Urbanite printing press, he said the paper will

Failed to deliver rare birds: Wee is ordered to pay $6,150 [ARTICLE]

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Failed to deliver rare birds: Wee is ordered to pay $6,150 BUSINESSMAN Christopher Wee Boon Keng, known here for his unsuccessful attempt to set up a Playboy Club, was ordered to pay $6,150 (U552,500) and costs, by a district court on Friday for failing to deliver a consignment of rare

-TWO COIN THIEVES FINED [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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-TWO COIN THIEVES FINED TWO men who stole $65 from two coinaphones on Friday were fined $1,600 by a court yesterday. Ng Cheon •Chuan and Sim Kirn San, both 26, "ripped off" a coinaphone outside a shop in Blair Plain and another in a restaurant at Tanjong Pagar Complex. Magistrate

Youth put on probation [ARTICLE]

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Youth put on probation A YOUTH was yesterday placed on 18-month probation by a magistrate after tie pleaded guilty to having a knife at Balestier Road last month. Magistrate Jeffrey Chan also ordered that Koh Kwee BOM, 19. remain indoors between 9.30 p.m. and 6 a.m. everyday. Kwee Boon's mother

Stole Merlions [ARTICLE]

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Stole Merlions CONSTRUCTION worker Sub- J ramaniam Arumugam, 23, was yesterday tailed a day and fined {900 for stealing a bedsheet and two Merlion souvenirs from PIEU Supermarket in Boon lay Place on Friday at 12.15 p.m. He pleaded guilty.

M-cycle thefts spree: Eight plead guilty [ARTICLE]

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M-cycle thefts spree: Eight plead guilty EIGHT motorcycle thieves involved in a series of such thefts in the past nine months pleaded guilty in a magistrate's court yesterday. Motorcycles stolen from various parts of Singapore were stripped of their parts and discarded into swamps and dustbins. Magistrate Peter Lim postponed

CBT charges dropped [ARTICLE]

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CBT charges dropped A MERCHANT. Mr Gwee Tiong Kwee, was acquitted by a magistrate yesterday after the prosecution withdrew all six counts of criminal breach of trust against him involving six machines valued at J7 466 Mr Gwee, 45, was allegedly entrusted with teabreak dispenser machines belonging to Credit Corpo-ation

Two years for heroin [ARTICLE]

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Two years for heroin SARUAN bin Ibiahim, a machine operator, vtas jailed two years by a district court judge yesterday lor possessing three straws containing 0.12 g of heroin on Nov 30. Saruan. 24, who pleaded guilty, had two similar previous convictions. The court heard that a customs officer found

Grapple hook attack by love-lorn man [ARTICLE]

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Grapple hook attack by love-lorn man A MAN, spurned by his heart-throb whom he found out to be married, attacked her one day with a grappling hook and then tried to kill himself. A magistrate's court yesterday heard that Jek Kok Piew, 29, and Madam Salmah Idris. 32, were colleagues

Youth stole cashew nuts [ARTICLE]

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Youth stole cashew nuts TAN CHOR HUNG, 16, was yesterday placed on one year's probation after he pleaded guilty to stealing one packet of cashew nuts from NTUC supermarket in Havelock Roao on Nov 23 at 4.40 p.m. He pleaded guilty.

Fined $1,200 [ARTICLE]

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Fined $1,200 TAN Ah Ti. 35 was fined $1,200 when he pleaded guilty to indecently exposing himself to i three schoolgirls at a bus stop in front of Thomson Secondary School on Oct 30.

HDB CLERK FINED FOR LYING ON OATH [ARTICLE]

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HDB CLERK FINED FOR LYING ON OATH WONG YOKE VING, a search clerk of the Housing Board, who bought a flat in Whampoa Drive in 1973 under the Home Ownership for the Staff Scheme, made a false declaration to the Commissioner of Oaths that her husband and her did not

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A directory of law firms for public soon [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A directory of law firms for public soon RONNIE WAI By A LAW firms diiectorv legal services will be pub The information will, howrvor. be limited to the areas of work, the size and the names of the firms. This was confirmed by the I.aw Society spokesman in an interview

Modern Noah's Ark sails into port [ARTICLE]

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Modern Noah's Ark sails into port J. D. INDRAN By THE Indian ship, Vlshvft Mahima, which sailed in last week, is a modern-day NmUTs Ark, with tigers, Uoiik, dags, elephants and lots of other animals aboard. The floating meaagrrir Is part of the Apollo irous of India, wWeh will perform

Say goodbye to cheap air fares to Europe MINIMUM $1,900 FOR RETURN TICKET [ARTICLE]

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Say goodbye to cheap air fares to Europe MINIMUM $1,900 FOR RETURN TICKET JANIE KHOO By IT IS goodbye to cheap air fares for travellers flying from here to cities in Europe from Jan 1 as 13 airlines have fixed the minimum return fare at $1,920. This minimum fare was

Brussels for SIA and Jakarta for BA [ARTICLE]

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Brussels for SIA and Jakarta for BA EDMUND TEO By Our London reporter SINGAPORE and Britain have agreed to include Brussels as an intermediate point for SIA flights from Singapore to London, and Jakarta as a beyond point for British Airways services to the Republic. The agreement, which took immediate

200 tour men to attend first Natas meeting in April [ARTICLE]

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200 tour men to attend first Natas meeting in April NEARLY 200 travel agents here will attend the first annual general meeting of the newly- formed National AssociaI tion of Travel Agents Singapore (Natas) in April, 1960. Natas comprises members from the two former travel bodies, namely the Travel Agents

For children [ARTICLE]

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For children MR Tan Soo Khoon, MP for Alexandra, will attend a children's Christmas party organised by the constituency's Residents Committee Zone A at Mci Chin Primary School, today at 2 p.m.

PORK PRICES UP [ARTICLE]

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PORK PRICES UP i THE prices of pork went up again last week while I other commodities remained stable. Lean pork, which went up by 20 cents from Dec 4, now costs about $3.80, twee bak $3.40, streaky $3.20 and pork fat around $1.40 per 605 g. These i prices

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Meaning of Christmas [ARTICLE]

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Meaning of Christmas IT HAS become almost fashionable at this time of the year to place the cynic's cap upon one's head and carp about the meaninglessness of the modern Christmas. The scoffers repeatedly tell one and all that everyone, but everyone, observes the birthday of Christ, but so few

100 years ago

Blooms for showtime [ARTICLE]

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Blooms for showtime WE have received a very interesting schedule of prizes for a flower show to be held on the last two days of December in the Botanical Gardens at Singapore, of which some of our readers will remember Mr. H.J. Murton is the Curator. Flower shows in India

Visiting dramatists [ARTICLE]

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Visiting dramatists WE are requested to state that the Parsee Dramatic Company of Bombay who have been already patronised by several British authorities in India and British Burma will give a series of Dramatic and Operatic performances in the Town Hall commencing from to-morrow; the programme we hear is very

They deserve praise [ARTICLE]

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They deserve praise THE deserving and popular Mutual Improvement Society gave a very successful dramatic and musical entertainment in the Town Hall, last night. The Members of the Society deserve praise and encouragement for their public spirit. Straits Times, Dec 30, 1879.

Weather rain or sun [ARTICLE]

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Weather rain or sun THE weather is variable, but hopes are entertained that it will favour us tomorrow on the occasion of the usual New Year's day sports which promise to be attractive, and the programmes of which we reproduce just to snow old residents at home that we are

Just how muck of S'pore the Seventies can you remember? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Just how muck of S 'pore the Seventies can you remember? NANCY BYRAMJI (THE Seventies have been a decade of exciting years in the history I of sovereign Singapore. So many things have happened to shape our lives and direct our future. Not all of them can be considered earth-shattering,

Can you recall these major events? [ARTICLE]

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Can you recall these major events? CHARLES FRASER: London By WE apologise to readers for the mix-up In the article MEET THE PEOPLE BEHIND THOSE CLASSROOM BOOKS which appeared in the Sunday Times of Dec 1« on Page 16. Many of the lines in the feature were transposed oat of

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13th month pay: Govt forks out $61 m [ARTICLE]

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13th month pay: Govt forks out $61 m NEARLY $61 million was paid out to 87,000 civil servants for their 13th month "bonus" last Thursday and Friday. This is the government's largest 13th month payment since it was introduced for civil servants in 1972. Sources yesterday attributed the $8 million

Query for Goh [ARTICLE]

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Query for Goh AT the next parliament sitting the MP for Telok Blangah. Mr Rohan Karais, will ask the Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister, Or Goh Keng Swee, if the university uill consider holding a two- to three-month intensive management course for senior executives, similar to the Harvard Business

A SHARP DROP IN DOGS HIT BY VIRUS [ARTICLE]

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A SHARP DROP IN DOGS HIT BY VIRUS THE canine virus disease, which killed over 50 dogs a few months ago, appears to have died down. A spokesman for the Ministry of National Development said: "We have not kept actual figures of this disease because it's not a notifiable disease

'Change of heart in school towards art is vital' [ARTICLE]

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'Change of heart in school towards art is vital' THE arts in Singapore appear to have a bright future but the attitude of schools towards the subject needs to be changed. This was the opinion of educationist Chia Wai Hon. head of the Institute of Education's School of Curriculum Planning.

Facelift for two post offices [ARTICLE]

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Facelift for two post offices I THE Circuit Road and the Simpang Bedok post offices I will be temporarily closed for a two-month renovation period from Dec 31. A mobile post office will operate in Ihe compound of MacPherson community centre in Circuit Road from Mondays to Fridays between 2

Simon's grasp of situation sees him through [ARTICLE]

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Simon's grasp of situation sees him through THE name of the game Is Deat /rl me and Simon Yong, 23, Is not about to, not when he has already got a hold of h. 1.-ad, girl and bottle. loosing his grip on Mivs Wee Ah klam, 21, and the bottle

Museum films [ARTICLE]

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Museum films THE National Museum will screen two colour films Korean Architecture and Traditional Musical Instruments of Korea, at its premises on Wednesday at 8 p.m.

RC dinner [ARTICLE]

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RC dinner MR Yeo Toon Chia. MP tor Ang Mo Km. will attend a buffet dinner organised by the Ang Mo Kio Residents Committee Zone G at Ang Mo Kio Secondary School on Dec 29 at 7.30 p.m.

'Modernise but keep roots like Japan' [ARTICLE]

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'Modernise but keep roots like Japan' I SINGAPORE can learn from Japan on how to modernise without losing its cultural or moral roots, the Senior Minister of State (Education), Dr Tony Tan, said. Moral education and cultural development must be carried out withi in and without the school, he said

Various faiths can help draft moral syllabus' [ARTICLE]

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Various faiths can help draft moral syllabus' THE various religious faiths in Singapore could help draw up a course for moral education, the Acting Minister for Social Affairs, Dr Ahmad Mattar. said yesterday. Speaking at the Parlia- I ment of Religions organised by the Ramakrishna Mission j at the Conference

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Modern drama with holes in story [ARTICLE]

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Modern drama with holes in story CHUA LEONG KIAN reviews Wild Goose on the Wing MORE than 40 of authoress Qiong Yao's books have been made into films and The Wild Goose on the Wing is one of them, now showing at Golden City and Galaxy. I .in Chin Hsia

Letting the love for classical music seep in [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Letting the love for classical music seep in TERRY LIM ■3 b^mbumbml SPEAKING of turkeys, mistletoe and carols, I am reminded of the Church's influence on the his.orv of serious music. Music as an art began in the Church, and to this day the great composers rarely fail to recognise

A Christmas favourite — St Cecilia's [ARTICLE]

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A Christmas favourite St Cecilia's Deck the halls vith boughs of h011y... Fa-la-la, la-la, la-la-la-1a.. "Tis the season to be j011y... Fa-la-la.la-la,la-la-la-1a... HOLLY might do the trick for some. But to me Christmas is just not complete without the sound of carols wafting through the air. And somehow, a carol

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Turn-out pays 54 years later [ARTICLE]

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Turn-out pays 54 years later WHILE the rest of colonial Singapore prepared for the Christmas holidays 54 years ago, 13 men were hard at. work In the Command Pay Offlrr to make part of the celebrations possible. They had u» make up the wage packets of scores of employees so

Gun-runners using boats made in Sabah, says admiral [ARTICLE]

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Gun-runners using boats made in Sabah, says admiral MANILA, Saturday THE Philippines has accused Sabah of allowing Filipino Muslim rebels to acquire about 100 motor boats for arms and ammunition smuggling since 1972. The accusation came yesterday from Rear Admiral Romulo Espaldon, the Philippines southern military commander, who in the

THAILAND CAN DEFEND ITSELF' [ARTICLE]

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THAILAND CAN DEFEND ITSELF' PORT DICKSON, Sat. Thailand is capable of safeguarding its sovereignty and there is no possibility of Malaysia and Thailand getting drawn into the Indochina conflict. Defence Minister Amar Taib Mahmud said today. However, Malaysia viewed the situation in Indochina with great concern. Malaysia would help Thailand

Court escape an uphill task for youth [ARTICLE]

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Court escape an uphill task for youth KUALA LUMPUR, Sat. A young detainee made a futile attempt to escape from the law yesterday with all the drama of a detective film. He broke away from his escorts and scrambled down a hill in Jalan Duta here near the court buildings

Senator calls for takeover of oil firms if... [ARTICLE]

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Senator calls for takeover of oil firms if... KUALA LUMPUR, Sat. A senator yesterday urged the government to nationalise the five foreign oil companies in Malaysia if the diesel and kerosene shortage persists. Raja Datuk Nong Chik told the Senate that the shortage of the fuels continue despite government subsidies.

1,807 Viets flown out [ARTICLE]

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1,807 Viets flown out KUALA LUMPUR, Sat. A total of 1,807 Vietnamese refugees were flown out to the United States, Canada and Australia, the Malaysian Red Crescent Society said yesterday. On Dec 4 there were 35,198 Vietnamese refugees in Malaysia, the society said. AP.

$2m fire loss [ARTICLE]

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$2m fire loss PETAI.ING JAVA, Sat. Fire badly damaged a godown here this morning, causing an estimated loss of {2 million A series of blasts were heard at the height of the blaze. The intense heat also caused the building to cave in partially. NST.

YIP guest [ARTICLE]

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YIP guest THE Health Minister, Dr Toh Chin Chye. will be the guest of j honour at a children's Christ- mas party at Kampung Kapor community centre on Christmas at 7.30 p.m.

Don't forget the reservists' contributions, bosses told [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Don't forget the reservists' contributions, bosses told THE Senior Parliamentary Secretary (Defence), Mr Phua Bah Lee, last night urged employers to give due recognition to reservists for their contributions to the country when considering them for advancement. Making the call at the r opening of the SAF Reservists' Association's Christmas

SNUJ TO HOLD PHOTO NEWS CONTEST [ARTICLE]

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SNUJ TO HOLD PHOTO NEWS CONTEST THE Singapore National Union of Journalists will hold a Photo News Contest 1960 for the top pictures published in the media between Jan 1 to Dec 31, 1979. This is part of the Asean Photo News Exhibition to be held in the five Asean

Builders' guide to energy saving out [ARTICLE]

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Builders' guide to energy saving out THE Building Control I Division and the Public Works Department have published a handbook to guide architects and engineers on energy saving in buildings and building services. This is to help them when they hand in their plans and estimates to meet energy saving

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140 Acknowledgements [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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140 Acknowledgements Th« Family o! th. Late Mdm Mary Chan wnh« to «pr*w th«ir unctn thank* to thur r*lahv«. Iriendl. butin«ti Aisooatei for their hind kKM and wr»alht during their r«c«nt b*r«av«m«nl TAN EXPRESSES THEIR SINCERE I THANKS TO RELATIVEB. DOC I TORS AND MOST NURSING STAFF I WO 6

144 In Memonam

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In loving memory of MR. M JACOB RICHARD (reived tuchw) depart Ml 2] 12 7« Because he cleaves to me In love. I will deliver him. I will protect him. Because he knows my name PSALMS 91:14 Deeply mined by loved onea. IN LOVING MEMORY of Koh Yew Liang who

IN LOVING MEMORY OF [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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IN LOVING MEMORY OF 23.12.7 C THERESA OH HOCK NEO lor Thou art wilh im, thy rod and thy atari th., comfort mo." RtmtmlMftd with lovt by husband I daughtara, •on-in-law, ■Him. brottwr-in law brothar. ■>■!« in law.

IN LOVING MEMORY [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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IN LOVING MEMORY LLIM KIM TECK DEPARTED 23 12 ALWAYS REMEMBERED BY I LOVED ONES 1 In avar loving memory ot our dearMl dad. CHEW KEOW BOCK who departed on 23rd December 1976 Fondly remembered and sadly miaaed by oil* Wee Sum Choo, •oni Chin* EddM. Sonny, daught*ri Row*. Janal.

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KEEGAN TO QUIT HAMBURG IN JUNE [ARTICLE]

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KEEGAN TO QUIT HAMBURG IN JUNE HAMBURG, Sat. England striker Kevin Keegan will quit West Germany's top football club, Hamburg, at the end of June, Hamburg manager Gnenther Netzer said here yesterday. Netzer said: "He wanted to discover a new horizon and learn a new language, but he is not

WBC sets new ruling for boxers knocked out [ARTICLE]

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WBC sets new ruling for boxers knocked out MEXKX) CITY, Sat. The World Boxing Council said here yesterday that any boxer knocked out during a WBC fight must now have a compulsory 60-day rest with no contact training during the first 30 days. It also decreed a rest of 180

Tsk, tsk, where is sport heading? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Tsk, tsk, where is sport heading? G. SEOW is worried. He takes a look at local sports reports over the past few weeks and he shakes his head in pity. Tsk. tsk, he says. •If what you sports reporters say is true, I worry about what the Singapore athlete will

Brighton ward off relegation worries [ARTICLE]

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Brighton ward off relegation worries LONDON, Sat. Peter Ward scored a hat-trick to give relegation-threatened Brighton a useful 3-1 victory at Wolverhampton in the English First Division last night. Ward missed an open goal in the 18th minute, but made no mistake in the 36th, 44th and 70th minutes for

Boost for England fans [ARTICLE]

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Boost for England fans LONDON, Sat. A new ban on Scottish supporters travelling to the heart of English football, Wembley, may provide a boost to ticket sales by England supporters. England hope to be able to reward their most loyal followers as a direct result of the ban, announced yesterday.

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Teh adds three more winners to his list [ARTICLE]

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Teh adds three more winners to his list RACING. ..with FAIRWAY EH CHOON BENG virtually clinched the trainer's championship this oason when he sent out three more winners in Penang yesterday. Taffy 'homas rode two of the winners Sunburnt and Patron. Sunburnt got off the nark in Race Three with

THE WEEK'S SPORT [ARTICLE]

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THE WEEK'S SPORT TODAY LOCAL Bawnag Charity bow] (Jurong towl) U*U Singapore Island Country lub v Royal Perak Golf Club Bukit Course. 745). Keppel Club I hampionship I Keppel. 7). Seletar I landicap championship (Seletar. I). Swwer Friendly PKNS Selan[or v Toa Payoh United (National kadfesa, 7.301: Tiong Bahru Con-

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Best of Pesta Cup line-up JINGLE BELL READY TO SOUND OUT [ARTICLE]

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Best of Pesta Cup line-up JINGLE BELL READY TO SOUND OUT Racing... with FAIRWAY JINGLE BELL m should chime in time for Christmas when he lines up for the Penang Pesta Cup in Race Six (4.0) in Penang today. The Polyfoto four-year-old has come right again after a lapse. At

TODAY'S CARD [ARTICLE]

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SELECTIONS [ARTICLE]

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Impressive Peak of Perfection hits best form [ARTICLE]

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Impressive Peak of Perfection hits best form LONE RANGER By PEAK OF PERFECTION VII seems to he peaking Just In time for the Penaag Pesta Cap In Race Six today. The foar-year-old Australian gelding by Bargees Point has been on board in all his four starts since July this year.

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Jaya harbours no grudge against PSA [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Jaya harbours no grudge against PSA ERNEST FRIDA Hi SINGAPORE'S top woman distance runner, Kandasamy Jayamani, harbours no ill-feeling against the Port of Singapore Authority for deducting her pay and taking away her annual leave after she represented the Republic at international meets. Jayamani. a temporary clerk with the Asian

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Iraqis stamp their class [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Iraqis stamp their class JOE DORAI By M \(.MI X I.M IRAQ! How else ran one describe the Iraqis for the way they bounced back from one goal down at halftimc to beat Australia 3-1 to win the Lion City Cup soccer final before more than M,Nt fans at the

A SWEET-SOUR DECADE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A SWEET-SOUR DECADE GODFREY ROBERT By WE were still raving about Patricia Chan's golden glitter at Rangoon's swimming pool after the fifth Southeast Asia Peninsular Games at the turn of the sixties. And as we prepare to welcome the eighties, the picture has taken a dramatic transformation sports bodies and

Toa Payoh sign on Johore's Lee [ARTICLE]

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Toa Payoh sign on Johore's Lee TO A PAYOH UNITED officials succeeded in their last-minute bid for goalkeeper William Lee, of Johore, for tonight's match against Selangor's PKNS at the National Stadium (7.30), reports •l OK DORAI. Lee, who played for Johore in the Malaysia «.'up last year, has decided

Sporting era of politics, drugs and achievements... [ARTICLE]

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Sporting era of politics, drugs and achievements... JON HENDERSON By LONDON, Sat. The sporting year of 1979 was typical of the decade it ended with the level of athletic achievement continuing to surge upwards against a background of mounting political and commercial involvement. The seventies were a restless, exciting and,

Singapore A sink under Thai pressure [ARTICLE]

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Singapore A sink under Thai pressure PATRICK BASTIANS By THAILAND, reportedly the most skilful side in the Lion City Cup soccer competition, ran rings round Singapore, beating the Republic's A team 4-1 for third place at the National Stadium yestei day. The margin of victory would have been greater had

Radin Mas win [ARTICLE]

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Radin Mas win RADIN MAS beat Bukit Timah 5-4 in the inter-constituenry soccer tournament at Jalan Besar stadium yesterday

Fighting defeat [ARTICLE]

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Fighting defeat HONGKONG. Sat. Singapore staged a gallant fight before succumbing to Thailand 5-0 in the Hongkong badminton invitational tournament here today. Results (Thai names first): Sirisriro Patama Jittariyakul Suleeporn bl Leone Kay Sine Tay Hoe See 15-5. 15-9; I.ucnKpetcharaporn Udom bt Wong Shoon Keal 17-14. 15-10. Chansiaorasmee Sawai bt

MAN UTD WADE THROUGH FOREST [ARTICLE]

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MAN UTD WADE THROUGH FOREST LONDON, Sat. The disintegrating world of European Club soccer champions Nottingham Forest continued to crumble today as they plunged to a 3-0 defeat at Manchester United in the English First Division. It was the fifth defeat in six league games for Forest, and haying led

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The 'unknown' who gave us our very first bestseller [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The 'unknown' who gave us our very first bestseller CATHERINE I LIM'S "Little Ironies" burst upon an unsuspecting Singapore audience in 1978. The stunning result was a i rush to the bookshops that sent the slim 112-page volume into a quick reprint and chalked up a record for the first

Into the 80s, and good wishes to all budding poets [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Into the 80s, and good wishes to all budding poets write, read, hear and learn; not everyone can be an winner, nor everyone a poet. But let us be proud that in our very midst are so very many individuals who have the urge to express, the need to share,

Five super LPs to keep you in Xmas cheer... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Five super LPs to keep you in Xmas cheer. CHRISTMAS FAVOURITES: VARIOUS ARTISTES (Poly dor): Polygram Records have very cleverly come up with a compilation of some of the most well-known and commonly sung Christmas tunes. This album, in an attractive cover with a surprise pop-up Christmas scene, is guaranteed

Have a swinging Christmas [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Have a swinging Christmas THE SINGERS UNLIMITED: CHRISTMAS (MPS): Forget that this is a quartet. They sing enough for a choir, and with swing. The Singers Unlimited bring a subtle difference to Christmas with this 1972 album. The arrangements are timeless as are most of the songs. The traditional carols

Sweet voices of purity [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Sweet voices of purity VIENNA CHOIR BOYS/ OSSIAN ELLIS, harp: A CEREMONY OF CAROLS (RCA): Classical music has its share of nowelling composers and performers. A particularly delightful Christmas celebration this year comes in the form of a joint recording by the Vienna Boys Choir (now known as the Vienna

i nese are tne evergreens that have withstood the ravages of time [ARTICLE]

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i nese are tne evergreens that have withstood the ravages of time AT the end of each year, I usually select one car from each price group which I feel gives the best all round value for money. Some happiness, much gnashing of teeth and a (air amount of controversy

The five top cars of the decade [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The five top cars of the decade JAGUAR XJ6. unsurpassed refinement PEUGEOT 5*4. comfortable, ragged and reliable CITROEN GS. still ahead of its time ALFASUD. the definitive small car FIAT 127. four million sold

A budget-watcher's festive-fare guide [ARTICLE]

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A budget-watcher's festive-fare guide IF YOU have loads of money to spare and woilld like to see Christmas in at one of our glamorous hotels, skip this column. But if you're an a budget... and would still like to celebrate Christmas Eve or Christmas Day itself with a traditional festive

If it is going to be a very quiet Xmas at home... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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If it is going to be a very quiet Xmas at home... ...AND YOU WANT A STYLISH STANDBY DISH YOU CAN COOK AND KEEP, TRY THIS RECIPE THAT'S DIFFERENT YOU ARE stuffed with all this talk of stuffed turkey and would like something Just a little different this Christmas. Maybe

CHRISTMAS EATING OUT – AND WHERE YOU CAN DOIT WITHOUT GOING BROKE... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CHRISTMAS EATING OUT AND WHERE YOU CAN DOIT WITHOUT GOING BROKE... We move on to River Valley Road to the BEEFEATER RESTAURANT, the only pub in Singapore. For Christmas Eve dinner, it offers Cream of Asparagus Soup, Roast Turkey, whole cranberry sauce, chestnuts, baked ham, chipolata sausages, home-made Christmas pudding

Shopping baskets have been shrinking in the Seventies [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Shopping baskets have been shrinking in the Seventies Imagine buying a whole week's meals for your small family for just $30 By NANCY BYRAMJI AT THE start of the decade, if you were earning half the salary you earn today, you I would be laughing. You could have bought all

Some things are cheaper now than six years ago but 1970 prices have become just a memory [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Some things are cheaper now than six years ago but 1970 prices have become just a memory A $30 FOOD budget that would have bought you all your meals for a week (above), could not even have stretched to cover all the items in the picture on the left today.

dish in the next decade [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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dish in the next decade ALTHOUGH food is a bit more expensive today than in 1973, we must consider the higher inflation of that year. Taking into account food costs and salaries of 1973, a more realistic equivalent shopping basket then would nave been what Kelly ended up with in

Exit the Seventies, the Sad Seventies? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Exit the Seventies, the Sad Seventies? But all in all, what a tragedy the year has been, when we think of mankind as a whole. As the year reaches a close and we look back on It, we cannot bat look on It with great sadness. Ironically, the year has

We had the Rock and Roll Fifties and the Swinging Sixties... this . decade started with a bang and is ending with a whimper of futility [ARTICLE]

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We had the Rock and Roll Fifties and the Swinging Sixties. this decade started with a bang and is ending with a whimper of futility millions were dying; and while the GNP rose by leaps and bounds for many in some societies, the lot of the poor worsened. You don't

CHRISTMAS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CHRISTMAS "Christmas", the festival of Christ's birth, combines the Greek "Chrlstos" (Christ) with the Latin "missa" (mass). Angelic announcement of Christ's birth was made to shepherds gazing their flocks in the open evidently not In winter. Originating from sun-worship, Christmas was Instituted to supplant the Satnrnalian rites culminating In the

Here's the Vietnamese refugees' Christmas gift to Singaporeans [ARTICLE]

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Here's the Vietnamese refugees' Christmas gift to Singaporeans I VISITED the Hawkins Road refugee camp at Sembawang early this month. The first time I was there was more than a year ago. Children still play along the dusty roads and grassy fields around the 19 double-storey houses where they and

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NATION BECOMES THE RIG BUILDER TO THE WORLD IN JUST 10 YEARS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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NATION BECOMES THE RIG BUILDER TO THE WORLD IN JUST 10 YEARS SINGAPORE shipyards have delivered more Ih.m 55 rtg> tfl customers all over Ihe world and repaired countless others since building the first one in 1969. These i i«s can lx> found operating in offshore areas stretching from the

Singapore ranks third and will keep growing [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Singapore ranks third and will keep growing SINGAPORE'S oil industry and allied services will grow with the demand and search for crude oil around the world. Oil companies here refined a record 683,000 barrels of crude oil each day last year 15 per cent more than the 1977 throughput figure.

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More capacity from joint venture refining company [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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More capacity from joint venture refining company SINGAPORE Refining Company is expanding its refinery capacity from 70,000 to 170,000 barrels a day and installing new ancillary facilities. The total cost of the refinery expansion is about $185 million and is expected to be completed by the end of next year.

Demand for talent and specialists [ARTICLE]

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Demand for talent and specialists TODAY'S oil industry demands more than ever before, the special skills and experience of engineers and managers, Never has there been a greater concentration of these talents than now in the construction and maintenance side, where small and medium companies have done well Jardine Offshore

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Crude oil carrier is made into a multi-product ship [ARTICLE]

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Crude oil carrier is made into a multi-product ship THE 124,000-tonne crude oil tanker Esso Orient recently left Singapore's Sembawang Shipyard after being converted into a multi-petroleum products carrier. The converted ship, with 48,000 tonnes segregated ballast capacity, conforms to the latest Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organisation (IMCO) regulations, and is

Jurong base has all the needs of oil firms [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Jurong base has all the needs of oil firms SINGAPORE is the nerve centre of oil exploration activities in South-east Asia, and Jurong Marine Base is its most important logistics and supply base. The Jurong Marine Base is fully-owned and managed by the Jurong Town Corporation, a statutory board. The

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Refineries impose safety measures without any compromise [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Refineries impose safety measures without any compromise OIL, whatever form it is in, is very combustible because of its unique composition. This means any fire accidents in refineries can become a catastrophe. The oil industry therefore has very comprehensive safety measures in all operations. These begin at the design stage.

Fight against pollution on land and in water [ARTICLE]

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Fight against pollution on land and in water OIL companies in Singapore are now paying increased attention to safety in their refineries and pollution control. Pollution from oil industry generally affects the air because of combustion and evaporation, and the water because of transportation. What makes it undesirable is its

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