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The Straits Times, 7 May 1983

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The Straits Times Estd. 1845 SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1983 40 CENTS M.C.(P) No. 65/1/83

Upgrade or be phased out [ARTICLE]

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Upgrade or be phased out IRENE NGOO HDB advises office, workshop and shop tenants affected by rent rises By Our Housing Correspondent TENANTS of HDB shops, offices and workshops affected by rent increases will have to revamp and upgrade their businesses if they are to remain viable and competitive. An

Satellite to home TV [ARTICLE]

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Satellite to home TV WASHINGTON, Fri. Australian newspaper publisher Rupert Murdoch has signed an agreement with Satellite Business Systems (SBS) to lease satellite space for a satellite-to-home television service. A spokesman for SBS said the five-year agreement for more than US$75 million (XXXXX.5 million) will provide the firm with five

More hungry [ARTICLE]

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More hungry ANKARA, Fri. The head of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) said yesterday the number of countries suffering acute food shortages rose from 19 to 24 during the past year. FAO director-general Edouard Saouma said about 100 million refugees around the world were also m need

A love affair-with books [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A love affair-with books JUNE TAN By Our Education Reporter PROJECT Care m Da Qiao Primary School involves falling m love m an open library! An acronym for Creating A Reading Environment, it seeks to get pupils to first of all faU In love with reading. And this Is to

Sterilisation [ARTICLE]

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Sterilisation BEIJING, Fri. In a bid to stem a population explosion bigger than the national average, authorities m Guangdong have decided to launch a massive sterilisation campaign over the next two months, the Guangdong Yangcheng Evening News reported m its latest edition seen here yesterday. AFP

Crash dive jetliner pulls up at last minute [ARTICLE]

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Crash dive jetliner pulls up at last minute NEW YORK, Fri. AN Eastern Airlines Lockheed L-1011 jumbo jet with 172 people aboard lost power on all three engines yesterday and narrowly avoided plunging into the Atlantic Ocean. The plane plunged 3,660 m to below 1,220 m before the crew could

Fakes! [ARTICLE]

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Fakes! Hitler's diaries BONN, Frl. The West German government announced today that it had examined three volumes of diaries said to have been written by Adolf Hitler and found them to be forgeries. The Interior Ministry, which made the announcement, said it based Its conclusion on an examination of the

Cracks in warships [ARTICLE]

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Cracks in warships LONDON, Fri. The British navy's six Type-21 frigates have developed hairline cracks m their aluminium upper decks, the Defence Ministry said last night. A spokesman said the problem was not serious, but each of the 2,800-tonne warships would be taken out of service m turn for repairs

Israel accepts in principle pullout plan [ARTICLE]

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Israel accepts in principle pullout plan JERUSALEM, Fri THE Israeli government announced today that it accepted m principle an American-arranged plan to withdraw foreign forces from Lebanon but was seeking clarifications from the United States on security matters. Spokesman Dan Meridor, speaking after a special Cabinet meeting lasting nearly seven

Cosmos-1459 [ARTICLE]

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Cosmos-1459 MOSCOW, Fri. The Soviet Union today launched space satellite Cosmos-1459, the official Tass news agency announced. It said the equipment was functioning normally. UPI

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MORE VIOLENCE IN FRANCE [ARTICLE]

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MORE VIOLENCE IN FRANCE PARIS, Fri. Demonstrators fought running street battles with police m Paris and Rennes today after protest marches by students and tradesmen turned violent. Clouds of teargas wafted through the streets of the Latin quarter m the capital as nelmeted protesters armed with petrol bombs, clubs and

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HOME [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HOME Best attendance WITH the drop-out rate of students cut by more than half, Basic Education for Skills Training (Best) officials are now more confident of improving the programme further. Figures show nearly 70 per cent of the 7,380 workers who enrolled m January will take the June examination. This

COMMENT [ARTICLE]

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COMMENT THE STRAITS TIMES SAYS: THE Urban Redevelopment AuthoritySingapore Institute of Planners' call for ideas on revitalising Boat Quay opens exciting prospects for the preservation of other areas of historical and cultural importance m Singapore. One group, to its great credit, has already submitted its proposals on what can and

TIMES BUSINESS [ARTICLE]

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TIMES BUSINESS RUBBER TRADERS URGED TO MANAGE OWN AFFAIRS IT IS time local rubber traders consider running their own day-to-day affairs instead of looking to the government to do it. Speaking at a dinner following the annual general meeting of the Rubber Association of Singapore yesterday, Trade Development Board chairman

BACKGROUND [ARTICLE]

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BACKGROUND RENT OR AID? A REVIEW of the American/Philippines military bases agreement has begun. The Philippines is holding out for payment of $3.2 billion rental for American use of the Subic Bay and Clark Air Base facilities. The Americans, however, would like to treat any payment to the Philippines as

SPORTS [ARTICLE]

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SPORTS 2 on bowling mission SPORTSWOMAN of the Year Adelene Wee and meritorious winner Ronnie Ng will represent Singapore at the Asian Cup bowling championships m Pattaya, Thailand, from June 18-26. Among those taking part m the tournament, which will bring together the top man and woman bowler from 16

AROUND THE WORLD [ARTICLE]

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AROUND THE WORLD China's man for Seoul CHINA'S civil aviation director will lea^ for Seoul today to discuss the return of a Cmnese plane, which was hijacked to South Korea on Thursday with 105 passengers and crew on board. An official spokesman said Korea had agreed to let Mr Shen

ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY [ARTICLE]

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ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY Japan's pledge JAPAN will try to find ways to increase its imports from Malaysia and give Malaysians, particularly bumiputra companies, a bigger share of Japanese sub-contracts m Malaysia. Visiting Finance Minister Noburu Takeshita made this pledge to his Malaysian counterpart Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah yesterday. Tengku Razaleigh told

SECTION 2 [ARTICLE]

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SECTION 2 No small potato WE T^IKE for granted the potato because it lacks colour. But it is a versatile ingredient for main and side dishes. TAN LEE LENG says if you know the four main varieties, you can get the most from this humble staple. She lets you m

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China's civil aviation director due in Seoul [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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China's civil aviation director due in Seoul He will try to obtain release of plane hijacked to South Korea BEIJING, Fri. THE Director-General of the Civil Aviation Administration of China will leave for Seoul tomorrow to discuss the return of a Chinese aircraft hijacked to South Korea yesterday with 105

No consensus on Taiwan's ADB status [ARTICLE]

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No consensus on Taiwan's ADB status ABBY TAN By Our Manila Reporter MANILA, Friday GOVERNORS of the Asian Development Bank failed to agree on the issue of Taiwan retaining its membership while almost all were m favour of China coming m, bank president Masao Fujioka said today. Speaking to journalists

Exports higher, say HK officials [ARTICLE]

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Exports higher, say HK officials HONGKONG, Fri. With the recovery of the US economy, Hongkong's exports are starting to move up sharply, government officials said yesterday. Exports to the US, the colony's biggest market, were 9 per cent higher m real terms and 19 per cent higher before deducting inflation

Prem finalising list of coalition Cabinet members [ARTICLE]

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Prem finalising list of coalition Cabinet members NANCY CHNG By Our Bangkok Correspondent BANGKOK, Fri. Thai Prime Minister Prem Tinsulanonda is finalising his Cabinet list, and an announcement of the formation of the new government can be expected this weekend, sources said today. Gen Prem has approached the Social Action

32 drown in Borneo riverboat accident [ARTICLE]

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32 drown in Borneo riverboat accident JAKARTA, Fri. At least 32 people were drowned when an overloaded Borneo river boat struck a floating log and sank, reports said today. The vessel, Setia Bndi, was carrying at least 152 passengers and crew, and one tonne of cargo, as it sailed down

Son Sann for Australia and NZ [ARTICLE]

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Son Sann for Australia and NZ BANGKOK, Fri. The Prime Minister of the Democratic Kampuchean government, Mr Son Sann, leaves here today on a private but politically important visit to Australia and New Zealand. Embassy sources said it was not immediately clear whether Mr Son Sann would meet foreign ministers

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Shifting sub search [ARTICLE]

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Shifting sub search THE SWEDISH Navy shifted its nine-day search for foreign submarines from the east coast to the west yesterday after more sightings of "periscopes and other indications of submarines", the Defence Ministry said m Stockholm. Prime Minister Olof Palme said yesterday he was "extremely dissatisfied" with Thursday's Soviet

Fewer jobless in US [ARTICLE]

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Fewer jobless in US THE RATE of civilian unemployment m the United States dipped slightly to 10.2 per cent last month, as a business recovery created some 360,000 jobs, the Labour Department said yesterday. It was the second decline m as many months and 0.6 per cent below December's high

Striking a warning [ARTICLE]

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Striking a warning WARNING STRIKES by thousands of public workers halted public transport for up to three hours m many West German cities yesterday morning, forcing many people to walk to work. Some 100,000 workers were expected to take part m the public service, transport and traffic union's temporary strike

More oil price cuts [ARTICLE]

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More oil price cuts CRUDE OIL prices will continue to decline m inflation-adjusted terms until 1985 before rising through the rest of the decade, a United States government report issued m Washington predicted yesterday. The report prepared by the Energy Information Administration forecasted that oil prices would fall to a

US 'heal rift' mission [ARTICLE]

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US 'heal rift' mission WASHINGTON, Fri. US Commerce Secretary Malcolm Baldrige will lead a delegation to Japan and China from May 16-26 m an effort to ease trade frictions with those countries, the government said today. Mr Baldrige has called the mission "another step towards improving our trading relations with

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Rival militia groups clash in Lebanon [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Rival militia groups clash in Lebanon BEIRUT, Friday PRESIDENT Amin Gemayel ordered Lebanese forces on alert today and demanded that Syria stop instigating the heaviest fighting m three months between rival militias, official news reports said. Fighting between rightist Christians trading artillery and rocket fire with Syrian-backed Muslim leftists subsided

Moscow blasts expulsion of envoys [ARTICLE]

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Moscow blasts expulsion of envoys MOSCOW, Fri. The Soviet Union today angrily assailed the crackdown on communists m Iran, charging that Islamic authorities were adopting the repressive measures of the ousted Shah of Iran and contributing to a USinspired anti-Soviet campaign. An editorial m Prayda denounced the expulsion of 18

S. Africa's coloureds to get limited role [ARTICLE]

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S. Africa's coloureds to get limited role JOHANNESBURG, Fri. POLITICAL power m South Africa will remain firmly m white hands, m terms of a new draft constitution which will allow coloureds and Asians limited participation m the central government. The South Africa constitution bill, tabled m Parliament yesterday is the

CONGRESSMEN OPPOSE AID TO PRETORIA [ARTICLE]

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CONGRESSMEN OPPOSE AID TO PRETORIA WASHINGTON, Fri. A Congressional subcommittee voted yesterday to prohibit the United States from supporting loans by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to South Africa because of the Pretoria government's racial policies. The United States last year backed a US$l.l billion (about $2.2 billion) IMF loan

Herzog is Israel's sixth President [ARTICLE]

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Herzog is Israel's sixth President JERUSALEM, Fri. Mr Chaim Herzog was installed as Israel's sixth president here yesterday In a colourful ceremony that was attended by US Secretary of State George Shnltz. Guarded by a special detachment, Mr Herzog entered the Israeli Knesset Chamber along with retiring president Yitzhak Navon

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US bid to curb high-tech leaks [ARTICLE]

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US bid to curb high-tech leaks Applicants for visas will now be screened thoroughly WASHINGTON, Friday THE United States is tightening up its system for granting visas to stem a flow of strategic technology to the Soviet Union, a senior State Department official said yesterday. Under-Secretary of State William Schneider

Reagan retracts 'approval' offer [ARTICLE]

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Reagan retracts 'approval' offer PHOENIX (Arizona), Fri. President Ronald Reagan yesterday retracted a remark that he could approve Soviet leader Yuri Andropov's latest proposal on European missiles if it was genuine and not propaganda. He told a radio interviewer a few minutes after he made the remark that he should

Detonated [ARTICLE]

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Detonated YUCCA FLAT (Nevada), Fri. US scientists yesterday detonated a nuclear weapon 390 m below the surface which had a yield of less than 20 kilotonnes, an equivalent of 20,000 tonnes of TOT. UPI

Call for grain pact talks with Soviets [ARTICLE]

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Call for grain pact talks with Soviets WASHINGTON, Fri. The Senate Finance Committee yesterday approved a resolution to reinforce President Reagan's offer last month to negotiate a new, expanded grain trade agreement with the Soviet Union. The present accord, m its sixth year, expires on Sept 30. Moscow has not

House panel okays $394b defence bill [ARTICLE]

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House panel okays $394 b defence bill WASHINGTON, Friday A BILL that would authorise spending US$lBB billion (XXXXX billion) on defence m fiscal 1984 was approved yesterday by the Armed Services Committee of the US House of Representatives. The bill gives President Ronald Reagan all the mafbr weapons programmes he

Turkey says 'no' to US [ARTICLE]

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Turkey says 'no' to US ANKARA, Fri. Turkey has refused the United States per- mission to build 11 relay transmitters m Turkey to strengthen broadcasts beamed at the Soviet Union, informed sources reported yesterday. The sources said Turkey re- J fused the US request because it would strain Turko-Soviet relations

Connors' wife gets temporary custody [ARTICLE]

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Connors' wife gets temporary custody MIAMI, Fri. The wife of tennis star Jimmy Connors was yesterday granted temporary custody of their three-year-old son, Brett, by a judge who said the couple should try to work out an amicable divorce settlement over the next month. Connors was given limited visiting rights,

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Solid poll showing boosts Tory hopes [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Solid poll showing boosts Tory hopes LONDON, Fri. A solid Conservative showing m local elections provided encouragement for Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, reportedly considering a call for parliamentary balloting as early as next month. Jokingly dubbed the "largest opinion poll m the world," yesterday's elections for some 13,000 local government

Paris burns with anger [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Paris burns with anger Fire bombs and tempers explode m protest march picture. PARIS, Fri. Violent protests by students and businessmen erupted throughout France yesterday, highlighting widespread anger with the socialist government's policies on education and the economy. Scores of people here were injured as demonstrators hurled molotov cocktails, bottles

What the window man saw... [ARTICLE]

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What the window man saw... ...spies a-calling at Soviet building LONDON, Frl. A storm window installer said yesterday that he spied on the Soviet trade delegation here for 18 months, gathering Information that led to the expulsion of at least two Soviet agents. Mr Bill Graham, 45, said m an

One-way ticket out [ARTICLE]

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One-way ticket out Troublesome Poles get the nudge WARSAW, Fri. Polish authorities are encouraging thousands of people they regard as potential political troublemakers to leave the country under an unspoken arrangement with more than a halfdozen western countries, western diplomats here say. Although travel restrictions introduced under martial law make

Homing pigeons fly by the nose [ARTICLE]

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Homing pigeons fly by the nose MUNICH, Fri. West German scientists say they have conducted experiments confirming a theory that homing pigeons navigate by sense of smell. Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Physiological Behaviour at Seewiesen, Bavaria, said yesterday their experiments showed that homing pigeons could return to

European labour ministers' dilemma [ARTICLE]

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European labour ministers' dilemma PARIS, Fri. Labour Ministers from 20 European countries have been unable to agree on whether cutting the work week would create jobs. A communique issued yesterday at the end of a three-day meeting on solving unemployment said labour and management should negotiate the ways of reducing

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Soviet trawler leaves minus two [ARTICLE]

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Soviet trawler leaves minus two THE Soviet fishing trawler Let Elksm left Singapore on Thursday at 7.12 p.m. minus two Russian crewmen warded at the Singapore General Hospital for suspected methyl alcohol poisoning. A source from the trawler's shipping agent, Singapore Soviet Shipping Company, said that nine of the 11

Big drop in Best class drop-out rate [ARTICLE]

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Big drop in Best class drop-out rate WITH the drop-out rate of students cut by more than half, Basic Education for Skills Training (Best) officials are now more confident of improving the programme further. Figures released yesterday showed that nearly 70 per cent of the 7,380 workers who enrolled for

Ministry takes comic tapes off shelves [ARTICLE]

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Ministry takes comic tapes off shelves THE Culture Ministry has disallowed the distribution here of cassette tapes featuring comedian Richard Pryor because of his crude and vulgar language. Checks were made among some Orchard Road shops, and a number of tapes by the black US comedian who has acted m

Rain but it's not enough to fill our reservoirs [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Rain but it's not enough to fill our reservoirs Let Every Drop Count WATER consumption from 8 a.m. Thursday to 8 a.m. Friday was 785,300 cubic metres, higher than the 766,200 cubic metres used the previous day. Prom May S to 5, the average daily consumption was 775,416 cubic metres,

No tall ships allowed here [ARTICLE]

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No tall ships allowed here SHIPS taller than 25 metres from the waterline are banned from sailing under the cable car system m Keppel Harbour from Tuesday at 8 a.m. to May 30 at midnight, the Port of Singapore Authority said yesterday. The ban will ensure that such ships would

Old man helping police with probe [ARTICLE]

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Old man helping police with probe AN OLD man who reported to police that he was robbed by a teenaged couple last week, is now helping police m their investigations into an alleged molesting incident. This follows fresh information given to the police that a girl was molested before the

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Nakasone leaves after successful 3-day visit [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Nakasone leaves after successful 3-day visit JOHN TAN Singapore, Japan agree on a broad spectrum of issues By JAPANESE Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasonj* left yesterday for Manila, the next stop on his tour of Asean and Brunei, after spending three days m Singapore. He met Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew

Marcos on why ties are vital [ARTICLE]

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Marcos on why ties are vital ON HIS arrival m Manila yesterday, Mr Nakasone was told by President Ferdinand Marcos that the Philippines' ties with Japan were "important for the growth of Japan into the great economic power that it is today, important to our own growth as a free

Sincerity a mark of Abe's motto [ARTICLE]

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Sincerity a mark of Abe's motto EVANGELINE GAMBOA By .JAPANESE Foreign Minister Shintaro Abe was running a tight schedule but he exuded an air of serenity which could have been influenced by his motto: Seishin seii sincere of mind, sincere of intention. "It is said that the world of politics

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m Certificate Course m PUBLIC RELATIONS The Institute of Public Relations of Singapore will conduct 20 two-hour lectures on the Principles and Practice of Public Relations, beginning May 31 1983. The IPRS Certificate will be awarded to students who successfully complete the final examinations. The course is intended for newly-appointed

Doctor Ideal [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Doctor Ideal BENG TAN By Medical Reporter Has good bedside manner Handles patients well Has a cool head Is up-to-date m knowledge Is clinically competent Is responsible Is a team worker THESE seven qualities listed on the right are what the Health Ministry look for when it assesses government doctors.

Soldier died after iron piece pierced his throat [ARTICLE]

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Soldier died after iron piece pierced his throat THE State Coroner recorded a verdict of misadventure on a nonparticipating soldier who died after a piece of iron pierced his throat during the full dress rehearsal of the SAF Display at West Coast Park. Private Edward Rangasamy, 18, was sitting on

Poster wins top prize in Mexico [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Poster wins top prize in Mexico A POSTER showing five Singaporean children holding lanterns during the mooncake festival so charmed judges at the 14th annual travel poster contest of the Pacific Area Travel Association m Mexico last month that they awarded it the grand prize. A Singapore Tonrist Promotion Board

Air ambulance service soon [ARTICLE]

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Air ambulance service soon KHNG EU MENG By AN AIR ambulance service, long a dream of people working m remote parts of South-east Asia, will soon be a reality. From July 1, two jets and a helicopter will take to the skies whenever an emergency call is received from any

Would you like to be Miss Singapore? [ARTICLE]

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Would you like to be Miss Singapore? THE Singapore Women's Association is inviting women to enter the Miss Singapore/Miss International 1983 contest. Women interested m taking part must be between 17 and 22 years old. The closing date for entries is May 20 and preliminary rounds will be on May

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A tender system for hawker licences likely [ARTICLE]

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A tender system for hawker licences likely GRACE CHNG By THE government is likely to introduce a tender system for hawker licences next year. This is because most street hawkers will already be resettled by then. An official of the Environment Ministry said it was unlikely that new hawker licences

New passbook to speed up HDB payments [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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New passbook to speed up HDB payments Scheme will be put into effect if pilot project is successful A NEW passbook, which will speed up payment of monthly Housing Board rents, flat instalments and other HDB charges for some 400,000 HDB households and tenants, will be introduced if a month-long

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Hunting trip death [ARTICLE]

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Hunting trip death THE boss of a feedmill was fatally shot m the head during a hunting trip m Johore last Oct 31, a coroner heard yesterday. State Coroner Seng Kwang Boon, who heard the evidence of one witness who was at the shooting scene, noted that it could not

Lure of bird call [ARTICLE]

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Lure of bird call THE chirping of a bird lured a thief to steal it; later the same sound led to Its recovery by the owner, a magistrate heard yesterday. The bird, a $250 Chinese thrush, was stolen from its owner, Mr Andrew Tan Thiam Yew, by Tan Swee Liang,

$14,250 damages [ARTICLE]

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$14,250 damages THE High Court yesterday awarded $14,250 damages and costs to an 11-year-old schoolboy, Wong Chee Yong, who fractured his leg m a traffic accident about three-and-a-half years ago. Mr Justice Lai found the driver, Mr Sim Hock Leong, 34, a storekeeper, wholly liable for the accident along Jalan

Army chief's visit [ARTICLE]

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Army chief's visit THE Australian Army's Chief of the General Staff, Lieu tenant-General S i r Phillip Bennett, is m Singapore on the last leg of an official visit to several countries m the region. He will pay a courtesy call on the Minister of State (Defence), Da Yeo Ning

Why the great demand for shops and offices [ARTICLE]

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Why the great demand for shops and offices THE demand for Housing Board shops and offices was unusually high m the past three years because of a lack of such facilities m the private sector. A total of 6,992 units comprising 4,241 shops, 455 offices and 2,296 workshops were tendered

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VISIT BY JAPAN'S PRIME MINISTER AS MAY DAY CELEBRATIONS CONTINUE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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VISIT BY JAPAN'S PRIME MINISTER AS MAY DAY CELEBRATIONS CONTINUE JAPAN'S Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone arrived m Singapore for a three-day visit on Wednesday. He was given a big welcome at the Istana where he met President Devan Nair, the First Lady and Mr Lee Kuan Yew and Mrs Lee.

Lessons from the fifties [ARTICLE]

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Lessons from the fifties THE PM LOOKS BACK TO THE DAYS OF THE TROUBLE-MAKING UNIONS PRIME MINISTER Lee Kuan Yew looked back when he spoke at the May Day rally on Sunday then forward. Back to union mass meetings m the 1950s and the last May Day rally he addressed

Use more hotel part-timers [ARTICLE]

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Use more hotel part-timers SINGAPORE has been advised to make more use of part-time hotel workers. The advice came this week from a Japanese hotel chief who is here to suggest ways to raise productivity m Singa- pore's hotel industry. He said that part-time hotel workers m Japan were employed

COURTESY NOT JUST A SMILE [ARTICLE]

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COURTESY NOT JUST A SMILE THIS year's courtesy campaign will be held m July. A 28-minute film will be telecast daring the campaign with the message that courtesy means more than just smiling.

Bosses who give a good deal [ARTICLE]

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Bosses who give a good deal COMPANIES give their workers more benefits than they are required to by law, according to a survey carried out by the Singapore National Employers' Federation. Companies are only required by law to give annual leave, sick leave, maternity and retrenchment leave. But most give

IN SHORT [ARTICLE]

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IN SHORT THE FIRST of eight "Big Top" Boeing 747 aircraft ordered by Singapore Airlines took off from Changi Airport on Thursday on its first flight to Tokyo and Los Angeles. The other seven new Boeings will be delivered by 1986. They will cost a total of $2,400 million. SENTOSA*S

HDB shop rents up [ARTICLE]

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HDB shop rents up TENANTS of more than half the Housing Board's 15,333 shops, workshops and offices will pay higher rents from Aug 1. But the new rents will still be lower than market rates, says the board. The increases will range from about $500 to more than $2,000 a

$16m of heroin is seized [ARTICLE]

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$16m of heroin is seized TWO Singaporeans are being hunted by police m connection with the seizure m Hongkong of more than $16 million worth of heroin. The heroin weighing 141 kilos arrived from Thailand by trawler. NEARLY 8 kg of the "soft" drug hashish worth $127,000 was taken from

Beware! Don't be left behind [ARTICLE]

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Beware! Don't be left behind MESSAGE AS NTUC CENTRE IS OPENED OLD-FASHIONED valve radios and charcoal irons have been replaced by modern transistor radios and electric irons. In the same way, workers with oldfashioned skills should guard against being replaced by others with modern skills. The advice was given on

THE SMELL OF SUCCESS [ARTICLE]

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THE SMELL OF SUCCESS THE computer firm Tandon which took over the Chai Ghee Road site of the bankrupt Rollei camera company has celebrated its success by giving production workers a 10 per cent pay rise. Workers have also been given a bottle of perfume. Last year Tandon produced $130

The next step for Best pupils [ARTICLE]

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The next step for Best pupils NG WENG HOONG By WHAT opportunities are there for workers who have completed the Best programme's top Module 4 course? The question will be answered next week at an exhibition showing skills training courses that are available. It will be held at the Bukit

COURSES FOR A BRIGHT FUTURE [ARTICLE]

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COURSES FOR A BRIGHT FUTURE THE following courses are available for Module 4 Best students: Air conditioning and refrigeration mechanics. Boiler and pipe fitting and servicing. Dressmaking. Furniture making. Welding. Heavy duty diesel mechanics. Maintenance fitting. Marine fitting. Marine steelwork. Men's tailoring. Metal machining. Motor vehicle mechanics. Plumbing and pipe

Vietnam troops 'trick' [ARTICLE]

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Vietnam troops 'trick' DID 1,500 LEAVE CAMBODIA? VIETNAM'S annoucement that it is withdrawing 15,000 of its 180,000 soldiers that invaded Cambodia four years ago seems to have been a trick. Journalists who were invited by the Vietnamese to see 1,500 of the soldiers leave Cambodia this week never saw them

World wise [ARTICLE]

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World wise THE fleet of American B-52 bombers stationed on the island of Guam m the Pacific Ocean is to be replaced over the next six months by a more modern version of the airplane. The fleet is part of America's contribution to defence m the Pacific region. The present

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Son Sann given 3,000 rifles: Sihanouk [ARTICLE]

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Son Sann given 3,000 rifles: Sihanouk TAN LIAN CHOO KUALA LUMPUR, Fri CAMBODIA'S Prince Norodom Sihanouk today confirmed that Singapore has given 3,000 automatic assault rifles to the resistance movement led by nationalist Son Sann. Prince Sihanouk is President of Democratic Kampuchea (DX), a coalition government which groups three resistance

Killer bolt [ARTICLE]

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Killer bolt SEGAMAT, Fri. A woman, Lee Siew Huat, 38, was killed by a bolt of lightning m a rubber plantation at Lubuk Batu here yesterday. Her body was found by villagers. NST

Japan pledges to buy more from Malaysia [ARTICLE]

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Japan pledges to buy more from Malaysia KUALA LUMPUR, Friday JAPAN will try to find ways to increase its imports from Malaysia and give locals a greater share of Japanese sub-contracts m Malaysia. Japanese Finance Minister Noburu Takeshita made the pledge at a meeting with his Malaysian counterpart Tengku Razaleigh

Step-by-step plan for an independent Palestine [ARTICLE]

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Step-by-step plan for an independent Palestine TAN LIAN CHOO By Our Diplomatic Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. The Asian Conference on Palestine closed here today after recommending a step-by-step plan of action by the United Nations Security Council for the creation of an independent and sovereign state of Palestine. The four-day

Committees to check drug abuse in the force [ARTICLE]

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Committees to check drug abuse in the force KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. Police have set up committees at federal, state and district levels to check on drag abase among members of the force. These committees were set up recently following the launching of the nation-wide antidrug campaign by the Prime Minister.

Council agrees to ban Muslims from casinos [ARTICLE]

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Council agrees to ban Muslims from casinos KUANTAN, Fri. THE Pahang Religious Council has agreed to ban Muslims from gambling m the casino at Genting Highlands, it was announced yesterday. Mentri Besar Datuk Mohamed Najib bin Tun Razak said the Sultan of Pahang will soon announce when the ban will

Mokhtar's appeal [ARTICLE]

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Mokhtar's appeal KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. Former Culture, Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Mokhtar Hashim's appeal against his death sentence for the murder of Datuk Mohamed Taha Talib will begin m the Federal Court on June 7. The appeal by village headman Rahmat Satiman, 54, who was also convicted and sentenced

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Car rental firms to re-appeal against tax rule [ARTICLE]

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Car rental firms to re-appeal against tax rule CAR rental companies intend to re-appeal against a recent tax ruling abolishing tax deductions on SZ cars hired for more than 183 days m a year. The new appeal will be made through the National Association of Travel Agents Singapore (Natas). The

Court orders seizure of $1 mil worth of soap powder [ARTICLE]

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Court orders seizure of $1 mil worth of soap powder A $1 million consignment of detergent powder was seized under a court order by officials representing a large American detergent company yesterday. The detergent, In packets bearing several brand names, was said to be destined for the Middle East when

One-way telephones to beat the punters [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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One-way telephones to beat the punters S. KUMAR TELECOMS STUDIES PROPOSAL By TELECOMS is studying a police proposal to have some public telephones and coinafons converted so that only outgoing calls can be made. Sources said this suggestion was made during a recent meeting between Telecoms officials and the police

Ghazali looked like my husband, says Hoe [ARTICLE]

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Ghazali looked like my husband, says Hoe BEN DAVIDSON MAUREEN CHUA By and ADRIAN lim, 41, his wife Tan Mvi Choo, 28, and Hoe Kan Hong, 27, are charged with the murder of Agnes Ng Slew Heok, nine, and Ghazali bin Marznki, 11, m 1981. Lim and Tan also face

82 Thai workers stage walk-out [ARTICLE]

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82 Thai workers stage walk-out WORK at a construction site .near the junction of Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 and Jalan Hwi Yoh was disrupted yesterday when 82 Thai workers staged a walk-out following a misunderstanding over income tax deductions. The workers stormed out after learning that money m their

On civil defence [ARTICLE]

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On civil defence A CIVIL defence d c m o ns tration-cum-launching ceremony be held at the open space fronting Chong Boon community centre m Ang Mo Kio on Sunday at 10.30 a.m. The MP for Chong Boon, Mr S. Chandra Das, will attend the function.

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Keeping abreast of the latest in speed info LILLIAN CHEW The curtains will be raised next week for Informatics '83 a weeklong computer-based event organised by the government. Computer buyers will be able to see the latest gadgetry on display. Professionals can attend a software conference and students can visit

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The Straits Times says... A great boost to preservation [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times says... A great boost to preservation A BIG step forward has been taken when an official body normally associated with the destruction of old buildings and places to make way for ultra-modern high-rise blocks and complexes initiates a move to stimulate public interest m the preservation of

T.F. Hwang takes you down memory lane [ARTICLE]

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T.F. Hwang takes you down memory lane TRANCE TALK DO YOU believe m trances and speaking-in-tongues? It's all sheer mumbo jumbo, poohpooh the cynics. It's real, insist the amateur practitioners though many of them may seriously object to the word trance, as being applicable to their inner experience. Mumbo jumbo

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Maggie may... or may not [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Maggie may... or may not All Britain is agog over the prospect of a June election 4 IF she (Mrs Thatcher) does decide to postpone the election and 'to continue to keep her options open, she will be accused by the opposition of fearing an electoral reverse m a June

How Andropov and the bishops caught Reagan unawares [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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How Andropov and the bishops caught Reagan unawares IT DOES no good to talk about the unfair advantage that totalitarian regimes have over practising democracies. Mr Yuri Andropov made a clever offer on Wednesday to count warheads, instead of missile launchers, at the renewed Euro-missile negotiations m Geneva m two

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We must think safety at all times [LETTER]

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We must think safety at all times "ROAD RUNNER," who wrote the letter "It's time for another safety campaign" (ST, April 29), made a commendable call for another intensive road safety campaign. However, I feel that such campaigns should not be aimed at achieving road safety alone. Safety campaigns should

Residents want another market [LETTER]

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Residents want another market ANG Mo Kio is a big housing estate. We are staying right m its centre. It has five theatres, four supermarkets and emporiums, two hawker centres and only one small market. Most residents like us go to this market even though the vegetables, fish, meat and

Allow this concession [LETTER]

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Allow this concession I REFER to the letter "Modern hospital has old clothes for patient" by "Patient" (ST, May 3), and would like to suggest that government hospitals be more flexible and allow "C" and "B 2" Class patients to wear their own clothes, if they so desire. This concession

Do something to manage 'shuttle' service seating [LETTER]

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Do something to manage 'shuttle' service seating THE Singapore Airlines reply "On average, each 'shuttle' was only 61 pc full" (ST, April 30), to my letter "Traveller speaks up after 18 air shuttles" (ST, April 26), is unsatisfactory. Statistics should not be used to say "61 per cent on average"

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Lifeguards do check swimmers [LETTER]

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Lifeguards do check swimmers WE refer to the letter "Why are there no checks at the pools?" by C. Lim. (ST, April 18). Rules and regulations on the use of swimming pools are displayed at all Singapore Sports Council swimming complexes. Our lifeguards, besides looking after the safety of swimmers,

20-cent coupons will make motorists happy [LETTER]

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20-cent coupons will make motorists happy I HAVE on many occasions been exasperated over the fact that I have to use a 40-cent coupon to park for a m re 10 to 20 minutes m a Housing Board or Urban Redevelopment Authority car park. A cinema-goer who uses these car

Man unhappy over loss of house [LETTER]

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Man unhappy over loss of house I REFER to the report "Why land prices have remained buoyant" on the speech by National Development Minister Teh Cheang Wan. (Sunday Times, May 1). I have just lost a house because of a road widening scheme. The difference between the current market value

Lifeguards don't act, rain shelters are too small [LETTER]

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Lifeguards don't act, rain shelters are too small I WOULD like to comment on the Singapore Sports Council's reply "It's normal to find shells at this time" (ST, April 27) to the letter "Improve the lagoon" by "Lagooner." (ST, April 18). Three days before the publication of the letter, the

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Rental or aid? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Rental or aid? ABBY TAN U.S. MILITARY BASES IN THE PHILIPPINES The Region with Our' Manila reporter j The military assistance given by US is not enough, says President Marcos. The bases are not m the Philippines' interests. Philippines has no enemies, and being geographically removed from the Asian mainland,

Computer translation is here to stay [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Computer translation is here to stay ANDREW POLLACK By m New York COMPUTER researchers tell about an early computerised language translation system that was tested by having it translate sentences from English into Russian and then back into English. In went the statement "The spirit is willing, but the flesh

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Dunlop profits [ARTICLE]

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Dunlop profits DUNLOP Estates Bhd has reported after-tax profits of M 57.78 million (M 511.25 million) on turnover of M 595.67 million (M 5109.35 million) for the year ended Dec 31, 1982. Directors have recommended a final dividend of 10 per cent, less tax, payable on June 24. Directors said

Duta incurs losses [ARTICLE]

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Duta incurs losses DUTA Consolidated Bhd has reported group losses of M 54.94 million (Ms 2 million losses for the 12 months to Oct 31, 1981) on turnover of Msll million (M 515.56 million) for the 14 months ended Dec 31, 1982.

Federal pretax profits [ARTICLE]

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Federal pretax profits FEDERAL Flour Mills Bhd has reported group pretax profits of M 521.2 million (Ms7.B million on turnover of M 5377.54 million (M 5148.3 million) for the year ended Dec 31, 1982. A final dividend of 10 per cent, less tax, has been recommended payable on June 28.

Acceptances received [ARTICLE]

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Acceptances received MALAYA Glass Factory Bhd said that at the close of its recent rights issue on April 26, acceptances received amounted to 7.88 million shares. Excess applications were received m respect of a further 398,535 shares. The total acceptances and excess applications represent 98.55 per cent of the total

New aluminium bottle [ARTICLE]

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New aluminium bottle PURCHASE (New York), Fri. Pepsico Inc said it is test marketing a new packaging product that has features of both cans and bottles. Pepsi said its "aluminium bottle" can be resealed like a bottle and can be chilled quickly and recycled like a can. The company said

$132 in Eurobond [ARTICLE]

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$132 in Eurobond LONDON, Fri. Finance for Industry is raising £40 million (Ssl32 million) through a seven-year Eurobond, with £20 million launched as an initial tranche, lead manager SG Warburg and Co Ltd said. The issue carries a 10 V 2 per cent coupon and 95 V 2 per cent

FDIC Bill passed [ARTICLE]

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FDIC Bill passed WASHINGTON, Fri. Congress passed and sent to the president a Bill which provides that issuance of net worth certificates under a Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation programme would not constitute a default. Last year, FDIC began providing capital assistance to financially troubled thrift institutions m exchange for obligations

Immediate imports [ARTICLE]

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Immediate imports NEW DELHI, Fri. India's rubber goods manufacturers have urged the government to arrange immediate imports of natural rubber to curb steep domestic price rises, trade sources said. The price of natural rubber on the domestic market has jumped to 20,000 rupees (554,410) a tonne this month from about

Record car sales [ARTICLE]

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Record car sales LONDON, Fri. British car sales m the first four months of 1983 were a record 642,000, up 16.6 per cent on last year, a spokesman for the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders said. The previous peak for this period of the year was 638,000 m 1979,

Rumasa group losses [ARTICLE]

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Rumasa group losses MADRID, Fri. The Rumasa group holding company m Spain, which was expropriated by the Spanish government two months ago, has been losing money at an annual rate of 57 billion (SsBB2 million), it was revealed.

World leaders urged to seek balanced policies [ARTICLE]

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World leaders urged to seek balanced policies FRANKFURT, Fri. World leaders meeting soon m Williamsburg, Virginia, should emphasise the need for balanced policies m fighting inflation. Mr Karl Otto Pohl, president of the Bundesbank, the West German central bank, said this meant continuing efforts "to reduce budget deficits rather than

Rubber traders urged to manage own affairs [ARTICLE]

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Rubber traders urged to manage own affairs CONRAD RAJ By IT IS time that local rubber traders consider running their own day-to-day affairs instead of looking to the government to do it. Speaking at a dinner following the annual general meeting of the Rubber Association of Singapore yesterday, Trade Development

Esso Malaysia reports lower after-tax profits [ARTICLE]

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Esso Malaysia reports lower after-tax profits ESSO Malaysia Bhd, which was recently m the news over a possible restructuring of its equity, has turned m lower earnings for 1982. For the year ended Dec 31, 1982, after-tax profits from petroleum and ammonia operations fell 14 per cent to M 558.3

Mexican economy begins to show signs of recovery [ARTICLE]

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Mexican economy begins to show signs of recovery MEXICO CITY, Fri. Mexico has reported some major improvements m the performance of its bruised economy, confirming that the government of President Miguel de la Madrid is fulfilling the target of its economic stabilisation programme with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Mr

Chrysler able to pay back some loans [ARTICLE]

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Chrysler able to pay back some loans DETROIT, Fri. Chrysler Corp announced yesterday it will pay off US$4OO million (SsB4o million), or one-third of its outstanding federal loan guarantees, m June. "This is a great day for everyone associated with Chrysler," company chairman Lee lacocca told shareholders at the annual

High & Low to remain prudent and frugal [ARTICLE]

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High Low to remain prudent and frugal HIGHLANDS Lowlands says it is looking forward to better commodity prices, but cautions that the upturn is likely to be slow and difficult. High Low chairman Dr Syed Mahmood bin Syed Hussain noted m his latest annual statement that "prudence and frugality would

Exports of pepper down [ARTICLE]

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Exports of pepper down KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. Sarawak pepper exports fell to 25,010 tonnes m 1982 from 28,696 tonnes m 1981 and 30,709 tonnes m 1980, the Pepper Marketing Board said. It gave no reasons for the lower exports. Last December, The East Malaysian state exported 1,814 tonnes of pepper,

GE Life experiences remarkable progress [ARTICLE]

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GE Life experiences remarkable progress GREAT Eastern Life Assurance Company, which celebrates its 75th anniversary this year, has experienced a 100-fold increase m its paid-up capital to $13.8 million from only $138,010 m 1917. This was disclosed by chairman Tan Sri Tan Chin Tuan m his annual statement to shareholders

Federal Cables hopes to gain from recovery [ARTICLE]

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Federal Cables hopes to gain from recovery FEDERAL Cables, Wires Metal Manufacturing Bhd expects its performance to be better m the current year, barring the unforeseen. This is because the government's policy of encouraging supplies to be produced m Malaysia will boost demand for the group's products, chairman, Tan Sri

Thomson suffers heavy group losses [ARTICLE]

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Thomson suffers heavy group losses PARIS, Fri. Thomson, the French state-owned electronics group, suffered net consolidated losses of 2.2 billion francs (XXXXX million) last year, far heavier than had been expected. The group, which took over Telefunken, the German electronics company to strengthen its European consumer electronics base, had predicted

CI Hldgs agrees to acquire tap maker [ARTICLE]

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CI Hldgs agrees to acquire tap maker CI HOLDINGS Bhd, a relative newcomer to the stock market, is beefing up its building materials operations by baying a tap manufacturer. At the same time, It is acquiring an office building m Kuala Lumpur as its headquarters. C I Holdings said m

P & O expects better results in second half [ARTICLE]

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P O expects better results in second half LONDON, Fri. Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Co PLC (P&O) expects a much better second half after a bad start to 1983, managing director Oliver Brooks said. He said the sale of 22 ships last year would help results but that 1983

Ford attempts to enter European diesel car market [ARTICLE]

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Ford attempts to enter European diesel car market LONDON, Fri. Ford is attempting to break into the European market for diesel-powered cars with a £140 million (Ss44B million) development programme. When production of the 1.6-litre engine begins m September at the company's main British production centre, Dagenham will become the

Spain to nationalise electrical utilities body [ARTICLE]

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Spain to nationalise electrical utilities body MADRID, Fri. The Spanish government has reached accord with the country's main private electrical utilities for the takeover of the high-ten-sion power grid, the only nationalisation project m the Socialist Party s election programme. The agreement between Mr Carlos Solchaga, the Industry and Energy

Market Highlights

Share prices end narrowly mixed [ARTICLE]

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Share prices end narrowly mixed SINGAPORE: Share prices closed narrowly mixed on late profit-tak-ing after a higher opening m active, selective trading. Intraco rose 16 cents to $4.20, Malayan Cement 5 cents to $7.95, Metro 50 cents to $10.60 and ICB 30 cents to $7.55 while on the decline, F&N,

SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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SCOREBOARD Up Down unch Industrials 48 60 25 Finance 6 10 Hotels 4 4 4 Properties 8 4 0 Plantations 14 3 1 Mining 1 2 1 Deb/Loans 5 2 2

ST INDUSTRIALS INDEX COMPONENTS [ARTICLE]

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ST INDUSTRIALS INDEX COMPONENTS BousteadBhd -1 C ft C -5 CCM -4 Cold Storage Dunloplnd -2 Esso -70 F&N -10 Gentings +4 Guinness Gnthrie Bhd Haw Par +2 Inchcape Bhd -2 MTC -15 NBT -2 Nat Iron -5 PMC -5 Pan Elec +1 Perils Plant Prlma +5 Robinson's -4 Rothmans

Singapore closing prices [ARTICLE]

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Singapore closing prices Adjusted for scrip/rights. N Tax-exempted dividend. ABN traded m lots of II shares each, with the price quoted m dollars. All shares quoted have a par value of $1, unless otherwise specified. SECTION ONE INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL Gr's Net 1 9H1 Last Div P/E Vol Day High Low

Shares easier on profit-taking [ARTICLE]

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Shares easier on profit-taking THE local stock market rose to an all-time high m early morning trading yesterday as investors continued to lend their buying support. But profit-taking m the afternoon brought shares to a slightly easier finish. The Straits Times Industrial Index, a widely-fol-.lowed market borometer, shot to a

KLSE slightly lower [ARTICLE]

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KLSE slightly lower HEAVY profit-taking on the Kuala Lumpur stock market yesterday took the steam out of an early rally and caused it to close mixed to slightly easier. Market observers said that some investors turned cautious m the afternoon and resorted to selling ahead of the weekend. Prices opened

Unit trusts [ARTICLE]

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Unit trusts SINGAPORE UNIT TRUST (Managers' prices (or May 9) ASIA UNIT TRUST (Managers' prices (or May 9) Mai Invest Fund 2.95 3.13xd Mai Prog Fund 1.61 1.71 Mai Security Fund 1.70 1.80 Mai Berjaya Fund 1.26 1.34xd Mai Equity Fund 0.94 1.00 ARBUTHNOT SECURITIES ASIA (Managers' prices for May

KL SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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KL SCOREBOARD Up Down unch Industrials 48 47 16 Finance 4 4 2 Hotels 1 1 Properties 5 3 Oil Palms 5 2 1 Tins 2 2 4 Rubbers 10 2 Rubbers 0 0 0 Deb/Loans 0 0 1

BUSINESS DONE-SINGAPORE [ARTICLE]

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BUSINESS DONE-SINGAPORE BID and offer prices officially listed and business m and reported to the Stock Exchange of Singapore yesterday with the number of shares traded shown m brackets m lots of 1,000 units unless otherwise specified. All Times Settlement Contracts are quoted after the word "sett". Big Board deals

BUSINESS DONE-KUALA LUMPUR [ARTICLE]

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BUSINESS DONE-KUALA LUMPUR BID and offer prices officially listed and business m and reported to the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange yesterday, with the number of shares traded shown m brackets m lots of 1,000 units unless otherwise specified. INDUSTRIALS Alcom (3.148) (69) 3.06 (41) 3.00 (24) 3.04 (35) 3.08 (49)

Money and exchanges [ARTICLE]

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Money and exchanges THE US dollar opened at 2.0935 45 against the Singapore unit yesterday. It traded to close at the day's low of 2.0905/15. Trading was moderate with some buying support for the Singapore dollar against the Amerian unit. It remained steady against major currencies m spite of lower

Discount [ARTICLE]

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Discount RANGE of prices offered by discount houses on May 6: Overnight: 3 Call deposits: 2 3 Closing Buying Selling 3-month Treasury bills 2W 2K 3-month Bank bills 714 7^ 3 months CD 7Vfe 7 6 months CD V/k 7 .Source: National Disconnt Co.

Money market [ARTICLE]

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Money market Closing interbMk rates for Singapore dollars on May t: Offer Bid Overnight 6 3 '4 6 '/a 1 month 7' 4 7'/« 2 months 7 1 7 3 months 7W 7 Overnight mode 6 3/ i

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PRIME LENDING RATE I THE average rate at which major Singapore banks are currently prepared to lend to their best customers is 9.M per cent.

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I Superfine Persian I Design Rugs ff (double-knotted) §1 90 cm x 152 cm (3'xs') I USUAL PRICE $1 ,950 I NOW SALE PRICE 950 dti W rienta Carpet Palace Re Ltd wJal\lsiV 163-H Singapore Handicraft Centre I HlvllHlfl Tanglin Road Singapore 1024 Tel: XXXXX59 I Open: Mondays Saturdays 1

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737H66 I V XIANG MAN LOU RESTAURANT jfjjg;**. Blk 231, #oi-79, Bain Street, mumwtt Grd F r Bras Basah Compfey, Singapore 0718. Tel: XXXXX85/XXXXX70 J ||L jmMMI 'M IM L JM'f r'^yflßHßffifc BRAS BAS.AH RD iz[-To-)<r~ 10pm 3am gb*S Q REASONABLE PRICES 2 r5 2 Ilifl FROM $4 -$lO PER

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tTt* 3" *P JmTSU!aAS«&V!IWSE The Ultimate Hong Kong Restaurant Specialities: Seafood Sharkfins Abalone Open: 1 1 30 am 3.00pm, 6.00pm 1 1 30pm For Reservation Call: XXXXX40/XXXXX88 Hotel Asia, 37, Scotts Road, J V Singapore 092? We serve Eastern Western Food TRY OUR AIR FLOWN FILLET STEAK $18.00 MF inclufint

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RATEjfc Ordinary J 1 .00 per word (Mm 1 5.00) $18.00 per col. cm Semi-Displov (Mm. $54.00 Straits Times) $18.50 per col. cm. (Mm. $55.50 Sunday Times) $22.50 per col. cm. Display (Mm. $67.50 Straits Times) $23.12 per col. cm. (Mm $69.36 Sunday Times) Box Charges:ss.oo (collected) $10.00 (posted) TELEPHONE

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CLASSIFICATION GROUP A Entertainment Food guide B Personal Services Merchandise C Business To Business D Employment E Vehicles Boats F Accommodation Properties G Travel Guide H Education Instruction I Announcements J Obituaries

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31 Tailoring Basic Fashion Design Certificate Course Advanced Fashion Design Diploma Course Fashion Design Rapid Accomplished Course All courses are conducted by fashion designer Miss Sic S.P. who graduated from Australia and Hong Kong Fashion Design Colleges 33 Babysitting DAYTIME BABYSITTING, AGE 2 to 4 years old. Contact Mrs. Tan,

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36 House Renova- 36 House Renovation/Repair/Decor tion/Repair/Decor -DON'T MISS" THIS OPPORTUNITY V^ Showroom Renovation T^ y on CERAMIC TILES V L, ,J Best Prices for best tiles jKLJS JR/ Call or visit Pj, jf JL Islln fAA «^e] \l WK****. G-32, Ground Floor, j f Parklane Shopping Mall, I J**

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53 Computer Products/Services SPECIALLY DESIGNED COMPUTER TABLES for sale. Suitable for most micro-computers. Enquire at XXXXX33/8. 32K RAM DRAGON 32 and Spectrum, high resolution colour graphics and sound. Phone Sum XXXXX67. 54 Book-keeping/ Secretarial/ Answering/ Translation Services 24 HOURS ANSWERING ($3O), tel: XXXXX88. Telex ($5). After office ($l5). Corporate subscribers

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55 Commercial Vessels: 55 Commercial Vessels: Sale/Charter Sale/Charter W AVAILABLE FOR SALE! I 39M LANDING CRAFT I I Built 1975 with a h.p of 730 I I Interested please phone: 1 I XXXXX81 I 60 Business 60 Business Opportunities Opportunities ■v:i Due to our expansion and diversification, we :■s•: wish

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66 Situations Vacant a) Professional Executive Due to expansion, an I established Switchboard I Manufacturing Company m Jurong has the folI lowing vacancies: 1. ENGINEERING MANAGER I Diploma/Degree m ElecI trical Engineering with I minimum 3 years' experience m design of I switchboards and conI trol circuits. 2. TECHNICAL/ MARKETING

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66 Situations Vacant a) Professional Executive A well established construction firm requires: PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS Interested applicants please write with full resume, indication of salary expected and contact telephone number to: S.T. Box AXXXXX, 390, Kirn Seng Road, Singapore 0923. THOMSON MEDICAL CENTRE has vacancies for the following posts: LOCUM PHARMACIST

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial d) Secretarial Clerical Clerical I A well established company m Jurong invites suitably qualified candidates to fill m the following immediate vacancies:ACCOUNTS CLERK Female Singaporean. Age preferably below 22 years. c GCE *O' level with ability to type. Preferably with experience In

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66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical Wa invita you to join us as: (A) CONFIDENTIAL SECRETARY Preferably GCE 'A' level. a Possess private secretary and bookkeeping intermediate certificates. a Must be bilingual and able to translate from English to Mandarin and vise versa. a Pleasant personality with ability to work

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66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical I A Shipping Company m- I vites applications for the I posts of: CLERK/TYPIST Minimum GCE "O" Level certificate Typing ability 35 to 40 wpm Must be pleasant and willing to learn STORE KEEPER Minimum GCE "O" level certificate Have at least Ito 2

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66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical Challenging positions for: GIRL FRIDAY cum ACCOUNTS ASSISTANT c Full 'O' level certificate, credits m Maths and English. c 'A' level preferred. c Bookkeeping experience. c Typing 40 wpm. c Mandarin. Hokkien and Cantonese speaking. c Energetic and rugged. c Interested m dealing with

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66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical An international 4 manufacturing company requires GCE 'O' level with credit m English Bilingual m English Mandarin Ability to type i Relevant working i experience preferred Interested applicants, please submit resume giving details of qualifications, experience, age and contact telephone number together with a

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66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical An expanding bank raquiraa TELEPHONE OPERATORS c Minimum GCE 'O' Level with at least a pass m English. c Pleasant voice. c No experience required as on-the-job training will be given, however, preference will be given to those with previous experience. An attractive commencing

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66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical A local wall aatabllahad company raquiraa 1) GENERAL CLERKS a With or without related experience, c Able to start immediately. 2) ACCOUNTS CLERKS c LCCI Intermediate, c Preferably with experience but not essential. 3) TYPISTS c Able to type 30 to 45 w.p.m. Remuneration:Attractlve

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66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical School leavers please apply personally fonFEMALE GENERAL CLERK Minimum education Secondary 4. c No experience required, training will be given. c Good prospect for the correct applicant. Please bring along I.C. and personal resume. Interview time, 11.00 a.m. 1.00 p.m. on 7th May 1983

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66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical SECRETARY Required Requirements:--e Minimum GCE 'O' level with combined typing skill c Knowledge of shorthand will be an advantage Dutles:- Perform general secretary duties involving sales and manufacturing activities. Please call or write to MAID PTE LTD 27 Tuas Avenue 2 Spore 2263 Tel:

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66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical RECEPTIONIST/ CLERK required GCE 'O 1 level. Ability to type. Good spoken English. Please send applications with full details, expected salary and contact telephone number to: S.T. BOX AXXXXX 390 Kirn Seng Road Singapore 0923. Required urgently A) FEMALE GENERAL CLERK/ TYPIST B) OFFICE

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66 Situations Vacant d) Secretarial Clerical SMALL TRADING FIRM requires Typist/ Receptionist. Good prospects for future Secretarial training. Candidate must be fluent In English and able to type well. Call: XXXXX81. URGENTLY REQUIRED CHINESE Female General Clerk with experience m clerical work, correspondence and typing. Write to 35 Selegie Road,

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant c) Sales c) Sales GKN MILLS PTE LTD A multi-national company engaged m the manufacturing and sales of building A construction materials and a division of The GKN Group Of Companies require the services of: SALES ENGINEER This Is a senior position for our

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ROAD EXPRESS The leading overnight trucking company between Singapore and West Malaysia urgently requires SALES EXECUTIVES to promote our express road transportation service between Singapore Malaysia c must possess car c minimum starting salary $1,000 p.m. (basic) c car allowance fringe benefits Candidates with previous sales experience m the service

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant c) Sales c) Sales c) Sales If you're hot off the mark m WINTERWEAR Assistant supervisors salary up to $1,375 Sales co-ordinators salary up to $1,295 We're offering a hot new career m winterwear. From apres ski to funfurs you will

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant c) Sales c) Sales c) Sales Would you like to get it together as a FASHION COORDINATOR Step into a high-flying career with fashions from around the world. Design, sketches, fabric <^~7 f research, display co-ordination, advice on f .^\^r~ fashion

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant c) Sates c) Sales c) Sales If you don't stand still for flw STATIONERY I] Sales co-ordinators salary up to $1,295. _f3_V We'd like to offer you a specialist career m our new W'^B Stationery Department handling everything from 'w*^^ designer

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66 Situations Vacant c) Sates THE HANDLING SPECIALIST? Every company that handles products need him to improve productivity and increase profit. A Handling Specialist is professionally trained m many fields of business operations. If you are interested m becoming a Handling Specialist, you must be employed now and be above

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68 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant ~e) Sales c) Sales c) Sales If you think you'd click m our PHOTO STUDIO We'd like to offer you a unique career. One ij which could be the beginning of something ml big. We want someone to be Jill (or

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66 Situations Vacant S) Technical (HDB PREFAB PROJECT) we are a leading construction company from France and have vacancy for the posts of: A) SITE CLERK-OF-WORK (Woodlands/ Marsiling Avenue) GCE 'A' Level with technical knowledge Possess initiative General clerical duties and must be physically fit B) INVENTORY CLERK (Bukit Batok

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant Technical Technical I SENIOR TEST I TECHNICIAN Bw Requirements J yffl «ITC or NTC 2in Electronic Engineering i l »1 »1 -2 years experience m trouble-shooting g» jm digital electronics jK Responsibilities fm Sffi To lead a team of Test Technicians and Opera- Sn

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■tc\ I a leading producer of I wire mesh seeks a: Qualifications: GCE 'O' level with credit m Maths Passed the Part 1 ~> Examination of the Institute of Management Services, U.K. Those without the required qualifications but have 2or more years of relevant experience may Jg^ apply The successful

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66 Situations Vacant t) Technical I We are a group of large i international companies manufacturing steel products for the building industry. Due to continued expansion, we have a vacancy for an m GCE O' level M Minimum 2 years' 3 experience m quantity surveying with some fl experience m

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166 Situations Vacant Technical International construction company invites suitably qualified applicants for the position of: M&E FOREMAN Polytechnic Graduates or at least GCE 'A' level Minimum 3 years' supervisory experience m building construction Age 25 years' old and above Interested applicants, please apply m own handwriting with I details of

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66 Situations Vacant t) Technical Established Electronic Company requires TECHNICIANS (3) Completed N.S. Minimum qualification Secondary 4. Training provided. Possess class 3 driving licence. i Interested please contact XXXXX55 Junior Structural Draftsmen required to work with senior draftsmen on preparatiijn of structure drawings. Interested and with drafting experience please call

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66 Situations Vacant Technical A promising furniture company requires male/female full and parttime: (A) INTERIOR DESIGNERS (B) FURNITURE DRAUGHTSMEN Please apply with contact phone to: S.T. BOX AXXXXX 390, KIM SENG ROAD SINGAPORE 0923 Architect's firm requires INTERMEDIATE DRAUGHTSMAN Please submit full resume, to: WONG LEE ARCHITECTS Blk 123, Bkt.

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66 Situations Vacant g) Production k ASTEC J I INTERNATIONAL J SS^S) PTE LTD M Bflr A subsidiary of a^Srs 1 J* British multinational t£ c corporation urgently requires Only 2 rotating shifts Earn up to Additional Benefits: a) Minimum confirmation increment of $19/--b) Air-conditioned working environment c) Comprehensive training

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant g) Production g) Production g) Production 11 The Management of fit GM Singapore Pte Ltd r gr cordially invites female Singapore citizens, •Jp ■3jP seeking employment as Sr PRODUCTION OPERATORS J& on: Saturday, May 7, 1983 at: 9.00 am and 2.00

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Garment manufacturing company requires (A) FEMALE PRODUCTION SUPERVISORS Experienced m sewing. Training provided. (B) FEMALE COMPUTER EMBROIDERY OPERATORS Knowledge of English. Minimum seccondary 2to 3 education. c Training provided. (C) FEMALE QC PACKERS Able to write simple English. (D) DRIVERS (Chinese male) Possess class 3 driving licence. Interested, please call

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requires urgently A) PROCESS OPERATORS Male c Secondary education and above. Willing to perform shift work. c Exclusive on-the-job training provided. B) FACTORY WORKERS c Physically fit. c 16 years and above. We offer: High starting pay, shift allowance and overtime rates. Recreational activities squash, badminton, etc. Security. Upgrading opportunities.

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66 Situations Vacant h) Domestic PART-TIME AMAH required for washing. Ironing and some cleaning. Mornings only. Liveout. Apply personally at 3, Adam Park, Spore 1128. PART-TIME HOUSE MAID above 30 years old required for general housework from 9am. to lpm. daily. Katong area. Call XXXXX18 REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY, GENERAL Amah, 9am

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66 Situations Vacant 66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous I) Miscellaneous ADD-ON MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS PTE. LTD. Due to rapid expansion, the Add-On Group of Companies invites applications for the following positions: 1. COMPANY SECRETARIAL ASSISTANT (REF. NO: 4/83) Candidates must have several years of secretarial experience either m a fairly large

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66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous Egapore national printers (pte) ltd We are a well established commercial printing firm m Singapore, m line with our development programme, we wish to invite applications for the following tions:COMPUGRAPHIC KEYBOARD OPERATORS Possess Secondary 4 education preferably with GCE '0' level passes m English Mathematics.

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66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous Established Company m Jurong requires immediately: SITE SUPERVISOR c Minimum 2 years' site construction experience c Poly Diploma or equivalent c Possess driving licence c Completed N.S. c Able to take Land Survey MARINE CARPENTERS c 3to 5 years' working experience c Able to read

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66 'Situations Vacant i) Miscellaneous AJNeff BANK This well established offshore bank is seeking a person of high calibre for the following position: MESSENGER DUTIES: The successful applicant will be involved with: Attending to the receiving and despatching of mails Delivery of cheques and other items as required Miscellaneous office

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66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous A well established company dealing m interior decoration supplies requires FEMALE GENERAL CLERK c G.C.E. 'O' level c Able to type c Bilingual preferred SALES REPRESENTATIVES c Preferably with sales experience c Good contact with architects/designers an advantage c Male applicants must have completed National

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66 Situations Vacant I) •Miscellaneous BELL CAFE requires: PLEASANT WAITRESSES To work m the night from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. a "Salary $550 to $700. a Unlform^and transport provided. Attractive fringe bene fits provided Interested please call personally at: BELL CAFE #04-33, 4 TH STOREY ORCHARD PLAZA ORCHARD ROAD

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66 Situations Vacant I) Miscellaneous REGENCY SERVICES NEED Male Cleaners for Immediate employment. 1. Window Cleaner, salary $350. 2. General Cleaner, $300. Call personally at: Far East Plaza, basement carpark, Scotts Road, Singapore 0922, Tel: TXXXXX6 Mr. Raja from 9.00 am to 6.00pm, SUCCESSFUL RESTAURANT IN Sydney requires experience cook

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70 Pleasure Boats: Sale/Wanted/Hire sMfmTr ~iTirasaiic: PANWIN 20 BRAND NEW PANWIN 200 Half cabin cruiser C/w Evlnrude or Suzuki 140, trailer, 5/ST fuel tank and canopy. Down payment $5,000/Also available various kind of speed boat and fishing boat. Sea try can be arranged. JOHORE BOATS FIBREGLASS PRODUCT XXXXX58/XXXXX85 Mike/Miss Chua

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74 Vehicle financing/ Insurance ssastssss WE CAN HELP YOU OWN A NEW CAR up to 90% financing attractive interest rates:--12 months 6% flat 24 months 6VM flat 36 months 6V£% flat 48 months 7% flat (Instalments payable m advance) prompt attention to your needs. WEI MING MOTOR PTE LTD No.

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LATE 1977 DATSUN 100A. New paint, passed Inspection, full accessotles, $11,300. Down payment $2,000. XXXXX65. MID 1978 DATSUN 120Y GL with aircon, radio/cassette, mechanically well maintained. Asking $14,700 0.n.0. Contact XXXXX98. MID 1981 DATSUN 120 Y. 1 private owner. Aircond, sports rims, tuff-koted, showroom condition. $19,350. XXXXX36. MID 1977, DATSUN

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1978 FORD CORTINA I.6GL. Aircon, radio, cassette, selling $11,800. Loan $9,000. Contact XXXXX81/2 Mr Ang 1978 FORD CORTINA 1.6 GL. Private owner, PARF. Aircond., radio cassette. $11,700. Tel: XXXXX00. 1979 FORD CORTINA Statlonwagon 1600. Company regd., aircond, accident free, showroom condition. $12,700. Tel: XXXXX87. 1980 FORD CORTINA 1.6 Teresa. Beautiful

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r®-| The Promise of Service delivered ai^p Our New SERVICE CENTRE MOBIL SERVICE STATION 263 Thomson Rd Singapore 1130 Tel: 252-3874 We Specialise m mazoa SINGAPORE USED CAR (PTE) LTD. Committed m providing the most Efficient Service SHOWROOM G1 &G2 Novena Vilie Thomson Rd Tel: 253-8877 COMPANY REGISTERED DECEMBER 1978

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76 Vehicles For Sale h) Mercedes Q PLATE MERCEDES FOR SALE 3 month free after sales maintenance 1976, Mercedes 230.6 Automatic, white, $21,500 1976, Mercedes 230.6 Automatic, brown, $22,000 1976, Mercedes 230.6 Manual, brown, $21,000 o 1976, Mercedes 230.6 Automatic, brown, $21,500 1976, Mercedes 230.6 Automatic, blue, $22,500 1976, Mercedes

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76 Vehicles For Sale i) Mitsubishi '75 SPORTY GALANT 2000, 5-speed, sports rims, aircon, radio/ cassette, $9,500. Tel: XXXXX86. '78 JULY MITSUBISHI Galant Lamda. Asking $17,600. Call XXXXX04. j) Toyota Buy your PEUGEOT and TALBOT from RELIANCE MOTORS where service is simply excellent and trie cars are the latest models.

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76 Vehicles For Sale J) Toyota 1979 TOYOTA STARLET. 2 owners, radio/cassette, tax Dec. Selling $13,950 0.n.0. Contact XXXXX44. 1979 TOYOTA CORONA 1600 c.c. Atrcon, sports rims. $XXXXX. Jalan Toa Payoh Caltex Station. 1979 TOYOTA CELICA Metallic silver, EX plate. 25,000 Jc.m. $18,500. Tel: XXXXX02. '80 TOYOTA DX 2-door, radio/

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76 Vehicles For Sale 76 Vehicles For Sale 76 Vehicles For Sale I) Others 0 Others i) Others DAIHATSU Charmant 1300 cc /\/itl i 0 LC 4-Speed $25,371 ARF' fe e t)U i -a^^HHPP^^ LES-Speed $26,771 ARF' .is tr *l2^^^BF^^l LslfiJ Sin Tien Seng pteL d Head Office Kallang Centre:

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DEC. 1977 CITROEN CX2400 Pallas. Excellent condition. $16,000 0.n.0. XXXXX43. LATE '78 MINI New paint, tyres and battery. Cassette and sports rims. $10,000 0.n.0. Tel. XXXXX02. SUZUKI 800, 8,000 km only. In very good oondition. $14,000. Call: XXXXX93. WELL MAINTAINED 1981 'Suzuki 600, Ist owner, PARF eligible, $11,500 0.n.0. Call

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76 Vehicles For Sale n) Motor Cycles/ Scooters NEW VESPA SELLING lowest price, free Shoe! helmet. RZI2S $830 3/83 GLI4S $630Daytona 250 $1,100 FCB2SON $930 many RXK $600 FRDI2SLC RXIIS RXIOO GTO AX Vespa $560. 403, Balestler Road. ALMOST 1982 YAMAHA RXSIIS, comphrehensive insurance, original condition, 80% new. XXXXX0. Contact

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78 Scrap Vehicles 2000 C.C. SCRAP Cars required urgently. Cash payment, high price guaranteed. Tel: Mr. Lee, XXXXX81. FOR SALE, SCRAP CAR 1600/ 2300 cc including ROY transfer. Mr. Beng XXXXX57 (Night XXXXX61) SCRAP WANTED. 985 1600 2000 cc. Cash payment. XXXXX86 XXXXX67. (Office hours: XXXXX35). WANTED SCRAP CAR for

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86 Accommodation 86 Accommodation 86 Accommodation Vacant Vacant Vacant a) Houses a) Houses a) Houses world leader m air conditioning and heating technology fl I FREE SERVICE WHEN YOU RENT A CARRIER AIR-CONDITIONER. BEAUTIFUL DETACHED BUNGALOW double storey, split-level, sunset view, quiet, fully furnished. $4,500. XXXXX50/ XXXXX52/ XXXXX51. BUKIT TIMAH

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86 Accommodation Vacant b) Apartments c^Ardmore^ OPEN HOUSE Long or short lease c Luxurious apartments to let with exclusive Country Club membership Just off Orchard Road and Scotts Road 3-bedrooms; large lounge; ample parking c Furnished or unfurnished Rental from $5,375 per month including service charge Visit our show flat,

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86 Accommodation Vacant b) Apartments KINGS MANSION, 24TH floor, 3 bedrooms, unobstructed sea view, high security, close to supermarket and shopping centre. Unfurnished $2,500, furnished $3,000. Contact owner Johnson Ng XXXXX94/XXXXX81. fl RIDGEWOOD HONG LEONG, SHERWOOD Towers, Orchid Apartment l/2/3-bedroomed. Price $1,800 to $3,800. Other properties available. Ring Timothy XXXXX38/9

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86 Accommodation Vacant b) Apartments LION TOWER opposite Goldhill Square. Easy access to Orchard Road. 3 bedrooms, servant's. Furnished $2,500. City Real Estate XXXXX91. MICHEL APARTMENT Tanglin district, new furnishings, luxurious, alrconditloned 1-bedroom flat. All ntbdern conveniences. Spore XXXXX82. UPPER THOMSON, GREEN Meadows, lower maisonette, 3 alrconditioned bedrooms, fully furnished

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87 Accommodation Wanted a) Houses A BANK DIRECTOR requires houses/apartments m dist. 5, 9, 10, 11, 21 for expatriate staff. Budget $2,000 $20,000. Owners call General Properties XXXXX13/ XXXXX75. A GROUP OF Foreign Company Executives are looking for accommodation, different budgets.if your property is available, please call: 235-7404. b) Apartments

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89 Properties For Sale a) Houses DIST 12 ST. MICHAEL'S Road brand new double-storey corner terrace. 3,000 sq.ft. 3 bedrooms/ servant's. Split-level. Freehold. Completion Nov '83. $575,000. Swansea Homes XXXXX11 (Sat/ Sun). DIST. 21 ENG KONG Gardens approx. 3,400 sq.ft. 2 storey corner terrace 3 bedrooms/servant parquet/ terrazzo, freehold/vacant possession.

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89 Properties For Sale '89 Properties For Sale 89 Properties For Sale 89 Properties For Sale b) Private Apartments b) Private Apartments b) Private Apartments b) Private Apartments MEADOWS. The Ult[mate Condominium" k <&/^Open the door to a world of its own with a gold key. EXCLUSIVE 28 *W $5?.

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OBITUARIES

141 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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141 Deaths MR. JAMES ANG passed away peacefully on 5.5.83 leaving behind: Wives Liang Fong Bee Kang Kwee Cheng Sons Edmond Jeffrey Daughters Patricia Cynthia Diana Adopted-Son Tony Liang Tian Chung Son-in-law Koh Wee Kiat Daughters-in-law Kathleen Low Jennie Lim Grandsons Roy Adam Cortege will leave 129-B, Kampong Java Road

141 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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141 Deaths MDM. RATRAMPA GOVINDAS AM Y Passed away peacefully on 6.5.83 leaving behind son Muniandy, daughter Indranl, daughter-in-law Mohana, son-in-law Thanabal, 2 grand-daughters M. Uma Shankari, T. Sangeetha, relatives and friends to mourn her loss. Hears* leaving Apt. Blfc. 246 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 #09-1171, Singapore 2056 on

143 Acknowledgements [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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143 Acknowledgements The family of the late Mr. Chan Chin Koon wish to thank all relatives, friends, colleagues, business associates, pastor Chan Feffig, deacons and members of the Grace (Singapore Chinese Christian) Church, the committee staff of members of the Chinese Swimming Club and attending doctors for their kind attendance,

141 Deaths 141 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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141 Deaths 141 Deaths GOH YEOW 800 alias GOH WEE CHEE Aged 61 years Departed 5-4-83 to be with his Lord. Leaving behind: WIFE: Tan Ai Keng. Sons: Daughter-In-Law: Tone GohJC. Kirn Agnes Teo David Goh K. Yong Daughters: Sons-In-Law: Barbara Goh Tony Teh Alice Goh Simon Khoong Michelle Goh

144 In Memoriam [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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144 In Memoriam In Loving Memory of My Mother MDM. TAN SOK KIAR (MRS. C X TANG) The Lord called her home 12.55 p.m. Thursday 7th May 1981. A gracious lady, Always a charming smile, Always dignified despite age ailments, Kind to all around, Loved by all who knew her.

144 In Memoriam [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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144 In Memoriam IN CHERISHED MEMORY KATHERINE LYEEN SEQUERAH Called to rest 7th May 1978 Dearest Mum, we miat you Thoughts of you bring tears 5 long years have passed but memories stay fresh and painful. Today and everday m sil«nce we remember Yvonne and Papa. In memory of DOMINI©

145 Requiems [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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145 Requiems The family of the late MR. K. CHELLAPPAN invites all Relatives, Friends A others for 16th day prayers at Siran Temple, Orchard Road on Sunday 8/5/83 at 7.00 p.m. Enquiries: XXXXX68

142 Condolences [OBITUARY]

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142 Condolences The, Management Committee and member* of THE STEDFAST CLUB express their deepest sympathies condolences to the family of the late MR TAN X AH SENG (Ex-Committee member) who passed away on 4/5/83

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SPOTLIGHT IN THE WORLD BADMINTON CHAMPIONSHIPS

Third-round results [ARTICLE]

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Third-round results Men's singles: Morten Frost (Den) bt Philip Sutton (Wai) 15-8, 15-7; Icuk Sugiarto (Ind) bt John Goss (Can) 15-5, 15-0; Luan Jin (Chi) bt Michael Kjeldsen (Den) 15-11, 15-9; Prakash Padukone (I) bt Andy Goode (Eng) 15-5, 15--8; Chen Changjie (Chi) bt Kevin Jolly (Eng) 15-8, 15-6; Liem

Battling Beijing army power to quarter-finals [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Battling Beijing army power to quarter-finals STYLISH Prakash Padnkone, of India, seen above with China's Loan Jin, and m left picture, was quietly confident of taking on the AllEngland champion (right) before their clash m the men's singles quarter-finals

Chinese offer triple treat [ARTICLE]

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Chinese offer triple treat BATTLE ROYALE Han Jian (China) v Jens-Peter Nierhoff (Denmark), Chen Changjie (China) v liem Swie King (Indonesia), Lnan Jin (China) v Prakash Padnkone (India), Morten Frost (Denmark) v Icuk Sugiarto (Indonesia). COPENHAGEN, Fri. The all-conquer-ing Chinese army continued their relentless progress m the world badminton championships

Value of cashing in on craft of coach [ARTICLE]

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Value of cashing in on craft of coach THE Singapore Badminton Association should fully tap the vast expertise of Chinese coach Fu Hanxun, here to train the national South-east Asia Games squad, to further expand the knowledge of local coaches. This call was made by Dr Tan Eng Liang, chairman

Ace Sevvy goes backstage [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ace Sevvy goes backstage VERSAILLES (France), Fri. Richard Boxall, a 22-year-old from England, stole the thunder from Spaniard Severiano Ballesteros (below) on the opening day of the French Open at the La Boulie course here yesterday. Ballesteros, Spain's US Masters champion, had fired a four-under-par 68, which seemed enough to

Hwa Chong go down [ARTICLE]

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Hwa Chong go down RAFFLES Junior College edged out Hwa Chong JC 7-6 (full-time score 1-1) to win the national schools' boys A Division hockey title m the final at the Padang yesterday. Monk's Hill upstaged Raffles Institution 1-0 to take the B boys' crown.

Bundled out [ARTICLE]

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Bundled out NATIONAL University of Singapore (Estate Department) sent Singapore Baggage RC packing with a 3-1 win m a soccer friendly at Dover Road yesterday.

Lethal Leconte lashes Landl [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Lethal Leconte lashes Landl NEW YORK, Fri. Frenchman Henri Leconte (right), who beat Bjorn Borg m the Swede's farewell match, continued his giant-killing act today when he crushed topseeded Ivan Lendl, of Czechoslovakia, 6-2, 6-3 to reach the quarterfinals of the US$3OO,OOO ($630,000) World Championship Tennis Tournament of Champions at

Cracking comeback for unseeded Kathy [ARTICLE]

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Cracking comeback for unseeded Kathy PERUGIA, Italy, Fri. Top-seeded Virginia Ruzici, of Rumania, crashed 7-5, 6-1 against unseeded American Kathy Horvath m the third round of the Italian women's Open tennis championship here yesterday. Kathy, 17, m action again after a four-month lay-off with a back injury, was too good

SPORTS SHORTS [ARTICLE]

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SPORTS SHORTS WORLD Boxing Council heavyweight champion Larry Holmes decided not to disrupt his training programme to attend a Press conference m Las Vegas and got a verbal lashing from his opponent. Third-ranked fellow American Tim Witherspoon, who meets Holmes m a 12-round title bout here on May 20, said:

Barlow's ton-up reminder [ARTICLE]

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Barlow's ton-up reminder LONDON, Fri. Graham Barlow, the forgotten man of Middlesex's English County Championship triumph last summer, took an early opportunity to stake a regular place m the side with a century against Lancashire at Lord's yesterday. The 33-year-old former England player, who appeared m only four championship matches

Running out of time for Games entry [ARTICLE]

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Running out of time for Games entry PETER SlOW LAOS and Vietnam have only two more days to submit their entries if they aim to compete m the South-east Asia Games. If their entries do not reach the office of S.S. Dhillon, secretary-general of the Singapore National Olympic Council, by

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Hff \i i >i r 1 mm iq BOWUNG Carlsberg Stars of Tomorrow championships "J (Kallangßowl, 10 a.m.). CRICKET Saturday M/ league: CSC v SCC (Balestier Rd.), Tanglin Taverners v SRC (Padang), Police v Patrician Society (Thomson Rd.). All at ''">■ 2.30 p.m. SOCCER Clementi intra- con finals: Clementi Palace

Focus on the world table tennis championships

Swedes bow to gulf in class [ARTICLE]

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Swedes bow to gulf in class TOKYO, Fri. China's ping-pong stars won six and lost two men's singles matches as they advanced into the second round of the 37th world table tennis championships here today. The biggest upset came when China's world No. 3, Xie Saike, was beaten by unseeded

What a brave show by Cheong [ARTICLE]

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What a brave show by Cheong JANICE SEAH INTERNATIONAL Cheong Hon Toong bowed oat of the PIA Singapore closed squash championships at Kallang fast night m grand style. Instead of national kingpin Zainal Abidin taking the match unchallenged as everyone had expected, Hon Toong made him sweat for the 9-7,

ALL THE RESULTS [ARTICLE]

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ALL THE RESULTS Men's singles (first rd): F Changmao (Chi) bt R Hijne (Hoi) 21-9, 21--10, 21-9; P Renverse (Fra) w.o. I C Marin (Spa) L H Park (SK) bt E Caetano (Can) 21-10, 21-9, 21-14; J Jiang (Chi) bt M Costantini (Ita) 21-17, 21-16, 21-9; Z Kriston (Hun) bt

Adelene, Ronnie in cup mission [ARTICLE]

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Adelene, Ronnie in cup mission LEONARD KING By SPORTSWOMAN of the Year Adelene Wee and Meritorious Award winner Ronnie Ng will represent Singapore at the 16-nation Asian Cup bowling championships m Pattaya from June 18-26. The Asian Cup, initiated m 1980 by Asian Zone FIQ president Soetopo Jananto, is designed

In a spin over Susan [ARTICLE]

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In a spin over Susan LEONARD KING DEFENDING champion Susan Wong fired her way to the top of the women's graded Masters ladder with a comfortable 1,042 pinfall series m the prequalifying round of the Carlsberg Stars of Tomorrow bowling championships at the Kallang Bowl yesterday. Susan, 23, still using

Hail Chow Siong, the lone raider [ARTICLE]

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Hail Chow Siong, the lone raider J. RAJENDRAN RAFFLES Junior College ran off with the Police Cup, right under the nose of Deputy Commissioner of Police Michael Chai, when they beat Anglo-Chinese JC 4-0 m the final of the national schools' under-20 rugby tournament at the Padang yesterday. Though they

Gwen to pack punch [ARTICLE]

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Gwen to pack punch HAKIKAT RAI GWEN COOKE, the Singapore Recreation Club's dashing forward, was the only new face m the national women's hockey team who entered their final phase of training for the South-east Asia Games at the Farrer Park Athletic Centre yesterday. She will replace Cynthia Lim. "We

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Bundle O'Joy looks good [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Bundle O'Joy looks good EPSOM JEEP By BUNDLE O'JOY is up a class but has a nice drop m weight for his impressive win over the Bukit Timah 1,200 m m early March. He looks good for a second win m Race 5 for Class 3 Div 1 sprinters over

All set for Kentucky Derby [ARTICLE]

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All set for Kentucky Derby LOUISVILLE (Kentucky), Friday A MAXIMUM field of 2i three-year-old colts will tomorrow contest the 109 th running of the Kentucky Derby with Marfa the favourite. If all 21 run, the purse will be worth IS$53l,W# (about SSI.I million). Marfa,