Berita Yayasan Sabah Vol.4, No.3 (Mei-Jun 1982)

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YAYASAN SABAH


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in Papar for eight years. He is the proud father of two children (one boy and one girl). He plays football and occasionally indulges in fishing. In the last issue of the Berita, we highlighted our Regional Office in Kuala Lumpur, the Administrative Centre of our Peninsular Malaysia branch offices.

The Melaka Office supervises our students in schools in Negeri Sembilan, Johore and Mel~ka.

In this issue we bring you our Regional Offices in Melaka, Kedah and Trengganu.

KEDAH OFFICE

MELAKA OFFICE The Melaka Office is situated at 5656C, Jalan Penghulu Abbas, Bukit Baru, Melaka or about four miles from Melaka town.

are used to house students' (four bunk beds to each room). The other room is a guest room.

The Office is a bungalow consisting of six rooms, and three three upstairs downstairs.

Encik Abdul Ghafar Ibrahim, 32, from Tuaran is the Officer-in-Charge. He is assisted by one Clerk/Typist and an Office boy.

The three rooms downstairs are converted into offices while the two rooms upstairs

Encik Ghafar joined the Foundation in January 1982. Prior to that, he was a teacher

0fficer.in·Charge, Meloka Office, Encik Abdul Ghafur Ibrahim.

The Northern Regional Office is in Kedah, about one mile from Sungei Petani town. It is located at 889L, Taman Intan, Sungei Petani, Kedah.

The two adjoining ground floors will eventually be parti· tioned and used as offices, study room, library and conference room.

The office consists of two adjoining blocks of double storey shophouses. Presently only one block is being used as office space (on the ground floor).

"Plans are in the pipeline to convert the first floors of both shophouses into a hostel for 40 students in transit", said Raja I(amrin.


The East Coast Regional Office is located at 1107 J, Jalan Pejabat, Off Jalan Raya Bunga, Kuala Trengganu. The office is a three-storey shophouse about 12 miles from the airport, fringing the town. It is near the Trengganu State and Federal buildings and only next door to Pejabat RISDA Wilayah Tengah. The office occupies the ground floor while the first floor is presently the students' hostel. "However, it will be converted into the students' dining hall and study room, while the second floor will become the hostel for about 20 students", said Encik Yusof Maidin, the Officer-in-Charge. '{aja Kamrin Raja Harun, the Officer:in-Charge, is from Trengganu. He is assisted by one Clerk/Typist.

The schools under Raja Kamrin's supervision are in Perlis, Pulau Pinang, Perak and Kedah.

Raja Kamrin, 33, has been with the Foundation since 1979. He was formerly a teacher at Tuaran and Sandakan for six years. He then served in the Territorial Army for five years. A family man, Raja Kamrin has three children (one girl and two boys). His wife is from Tambunan. Raja Kamrin's hobbies fishing and martial arts.

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KUALA TRENGGANU OFFICE

According to him, the hostel will be used primarily for students who are not provided with hostel accommodation in schools. Encik Yusof Maidin, 38, is from Perak. He is assisted by one Clerk/Typist and one part-time office boy. Encik Yusof is in his fourth year here. He had served two

years in Malacca, a year in Kuala Lumpur and one and a half years in Sabah. He is a father of three children, (one boy and two girls). His interests are in golf and badminton. Encik Yusofs office is responsible for our students in Kelantan, Pahang and Trengganu.


Our Director, Tan Sri Datuk Ben Stephens has pledged that the Staff of the Foundation will be regular reserve blood donors for the Blood Donors Association in Kota Kinabalu. Tan Sri Datuk Ben Stephens 3aid this during the launching of the Association at the Sabah Foundation mini theatre by the Head of State, TYT Tun Haji Mohd. Adnan Robert. "The Foundation is proud to """""""""""""""''''''''''''''''~''',

be registered as the first organisation in the State to initiate the move," said the Director.

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Setiausaha Kerja, Encik Safari Manon melihat-lihat pe/ajar kita"semasa /awatan.

Pelajar-pelajar kita tidak dilupai semasa cuti penggal pertama. Walaupun mereka tidak balik bercuti dengan keluarga masing-masing, beberapa aktiviti dan program telah dirancangkan untuk mereka supaya cuti mereka itu akan lebih bererti dan berfaed,ah. Program-program cuti ini dirumuskan sebagai suatu pelajaran secara tidak langsung untuk murid-murid sekolah menengah. Kern Kerja dan program pengajaran" cuti penggal pertama telah diadakan di

Kern Kerja ini ialah khas untuk murid-murid tingkatan empat dan telah diadakan di Maktab Durian Daun Melaka dari 12hb - 19hb April. Objektif-objektif kern ini ialah untuk memberi pengetahuan asas tentang sivik dan kewarganegaraan, mengeratkan semangat disiplin, kerjasama, toleransi dan muhibah, mengeratkan semangat bersama dan patriotisme, menggalakkan minat dalam aktiviti-aktiviti kebudayaan, kemasyarakatan dan sukan dan juga untuk

menyedari akan pentingnya bimbingan kerjaya di kalangan pelajar-pelajar Pembukaan telah dirasmikan oleh Ketua Menteri Melaka, YAB, Encik Adib Adam. Kira-kira 230 orang pelajar termasuk wakil-wakil pelajar dari Sarawak, Wilayah Persekutuan dan Melaka turut serta kem itu. Murid-murid ini cliberi kuliah, latihan, ceramah berkenaan dengan konsep integrasi, teknik-teknik menjawab soalan-soalan peperiksaan serta lawatan-lawatan sambil belajar. Projek ini adalah usahasama Yayasan Sabah, Yayasan Sarawak, labatan Pelajaran Melaka dan labatan Rukun Tetangga dan Perpaduan Negara.

Ketuo Menteri Melako, Encik Adib Adam (ketigo dari konon) don Setiausaha Kerja, Encik Safari Manan dengan pe/ajar·pe/ajar kita yang berpakaian kebudayaan.

Sementara itu, murid-murid tingkatan I ,2,3,5 dan 6 menghadiri program pengajaran yang dijalankan serentak di empat pusat, ia itu, di Melaka, Kuala Kubu Setapak, Kuala Lumpur dan Besut.

Dari kiri, Ketua Menteri Me/aka, Encik Adib Adam, Setiausaha Kerja, Encik Safari Manan dan Setiausaha Negeri Me/aka, semasa ketibaan mereka.

Program ;uti ini bertujuan untuk II emberi ulangkaji kepada s( mua murid-murid dalam mal apelajaran mereka yang lemalt, ia itu kebanyakkan Ilmu Hisab dan Sains. Program Uti juga diadakan supaya cuti mereka ini akan lebih terkawal dan bererti memandangl:an ia adalah kearah kemajuan akademik mereka. Di antara lain, murid-murid ini juga melawat tempat· tempat yang menarik perhatian dan mengadakan perlawanan-perlawanan persahabatan dengan rakan-rakan mereka yang setara. Ia adalah juga bertujuan untuk mengenal mereka dengan lebih rapat lagi dan dengan itu dapat melahirkan perasaan muhibah terutama sekali dalam konteks integrasi kebangsaan.


AU REVOIR DIN

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Congratulations

AWANG DAMIT

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Encik Awang joined the Foundation in 1977 as Administrative Assistant in Sandakan. He was later transferred to Kota Kinabalu and promoted to Group Distribution Manager of the Amanah Section. "My years and experience in the army have been very beneficial in shaping my career", he said. While in the army, Awang attended several courses on leadership training, weapon handling, booby trap laying and commando training. Apart from short services with

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Crau~ ~mtMtlOnM~n~~~rl Kinabalu Encik Awang Damit who is also a member of the Local Defence Corps received hi~ third pip recently. Encik Awang Damit, 39, a full fledged Lieutenant has been promoted to the rank of Captain, backdated to July 1, 1979.

Captain Awang joined the Armed Forces in 1968 as a volunteer and was commissioned on July 1, 1973. He resigned from active service in 1976. But that was not the end of his military career. His love for the army persevered when he enlisted as a volunteer in the Local Defence Corps, now known as the Army Reserve Forces imme-

A Spinal Injury Team from Brisbane, Australia, visited the Sabah Foundation Headquarters complex recently. They were briefed on arrival by the Group Public Relations Manager, Mr. Edward Sung Burongoh, who also welcomed

in Kota

(as Liaison emcer) and the Malaysia/Thai border, he was attached to the Malaysian Infantry Brigade for most of his career.

AA.A.I., A.Cl., AM.B.IM., A.M.A.B.E., (all UK.); M.C.E.S., Al.BA. (both Australia); and AlM.A. (U.S.A.). Like a string of awards to his name, these are degrees obtained by Encik Zainuddin Taher Bhoy , Chief Accountant Of Sabah

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He has not looked back ever since. In 1979, he was made Accountant and the following year, Chief Accountant, a post he has held until his decision to become boss of himself. To many, it is inconceivable how such a man with only a basic knowledge of accountancy can rise to such a responsible position. His string of qualifications speak for itself. Encik Zainuddin with initiative, determination and perseverance strove to better himself by pursuing correspondence courses and the above-mentioned degrees have been the outcome of his efforts. He has thus shown that "where there is a will, there is a way" - an example for others to emulate. In the nine years he has been with the Foundation, Encik Zainuddin has seen the tre-

m~M~m~X~nn~lOnOr 1t~ activities. It was only natural that with this growth, the financial involvement also increased and he proved equal to the task of added responsibilities. Of an unassuming nature, Encik Zainuddin worked quietly and efficiently in carrying au t his assignments and duties, and showed a high degree of integrity and

It is also a well known fact that the Army does not ,attract Sabahans, but Encik Awang has shown that he belongs to that rare breed of

the Foundation on May 31, 1982 to strike out in business on his own. Encik Zainuddin joined the Foundation as Assistant Financial Officer on November 10, 1973. He had his early education in Sekolah Dato Jaafar, Johor Bahru and proceeded to New Zealand for a management course, on completion of which he was recruited by the Foundation. Under trying conditions and under a difficl:lt task ,naster, he stuck to his post but under our prest::nt Director, his potenti;U was soon realised, and he was promoted Financial Officer

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in 1976.

involvement.

Congratulations to David and Carolyn Manjaji on becoming the proud parents of a bouncing, 7 pounds 12 ounces baby girl on February 4,1982.

Christened Elvira, she was born at Queen Charlotte Hospital, London, while David was on a one year work-stud)' course in the United Kingdom.

He was commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant by the Yang DiPertuan Agong in July 1973 That he rose from a recruit to a full lieutenant in his short career of less than ten years in the Malaysian Armed Forces, speaks highly of Encik Awang Damit's capabilities.

them on Director. Pix shows Mr Burongoh (right) accepting on behalf of the Sabah Foundation, a book and air rescue bag from the Team's representative, Dr. Vernon Hill.

dedication. As a man, his well-manneredness and generosity has won him many friends and 'Berita Yayasan Sabah' takes this occasion to wish him all the very best of luck for the future and every success in his business


NEW FACES Development Centre in May as office boy. He has worked previously as a blacksmith and welder. He was a former student of the Ukas Vocational School and hails from Papar.

Miss Yong Siew Wan, a typist, joined Yayasan Sabah Shipping Sdn. Bhd. in May. Encik Kamaruddin Ismail, Assistant Vocational Career and Counselling Officer joined the Foundation in May. Encik Kamaruddin was formerly with the Royal Customs and Excise Department for five years.

Assistant Student Welfare Officer, Encik Abdul Aziz Haji Mohd. Nasroh joined the Foundation in May.

Siew Wan, from Inanam, obtained a Secretarial Study Certificate in 1980 from the Kinabalu Commercial College Prior to joining the Foundation, she worked for over a year with the Great Eastern Life Assurance Co.

An ex-student from All Saints, he holds a diploma in Public Administration from IIM.

Encik Abdul Aziz, from Sandakan, is based at our branch office in Kuala Lumpur as Relief Officer.

Mohd. Yusof joined the Foundation as artist of the Child Development Centre in April. A graduate from the Indonesian School of Fine Arts, ASRI, he was previously a full time artist, author of books for children and illustrator. He has also worked in a children's puppet theatre.

Another new member of the staff of Yayasan Sabah Shipping Sdn. Bhd. is Mary Mah NYllk Chau.

Encik Yusof Ismail is from Negeri Sembilan.

A former student of SMK Menggatal, Mary was with Kewangan Bumiputra before jO'ining us.

An ex-La Salleian, he holds a diploma in Public Administration from IIM.

Accounts Clerk, Kok Vun Fah, joined the Group Accounts Section in May.

George, from Papar, was previously an Enforcement Executive in Ko-Nelayan. His responsibilities, inter alia, are to handle the milk distribution operation and provide general aid to schools in Sabah.

Vun Fah from Inanam, was a former All Saints student,

Mohd. Ahmad

Sudud alias Yunus joined the Child

From left. Siruzwat. Yami" and Shadun.

Sinawat, Yamin and Shadun were recently recruited in the Social Services Section, with the following appointments. Sinawat Antalah - Junior Clerk. He hails from Sipitang and was educated at SMK Pengiran Othman, Sipitang.

Mary, from Iuaran, joined the Section in Mayas Accounts Clerk.

Assistant Social Services Officer, George Florentius Epin, joined the Social Services Section in May.

He worked as a palm oil Field Officer and also a teacher prior to his appointment.

He is responsible for the accounts posting data and reconciliation schedule ..

Yamin bin Ediris - General Clerk. He comes from Kampong Pengalat Besar, Papar. A product of SMJK St. Joseph, Papar, Yamin was formerly with the Inland Revenue Department. Shadun Mohd Nasir Attendant, a native of Membakut, who had his schooling in St. Patrick's School at the same place.


Come July, no more slogging through mud when it rains or walking through dust during the dry spell for users of the Foundation temporary car park! This is the good news for occupants of the Foundation and visitors, when the 164 sealed car parking lots situated between the Foundation building and the Child Development Centre will be operational. The basement car park which has only 350 parking lots is insufficient for occupants of the building. The temporary car park has caused users untold miseries and inconveniences especially dUring unfavourable weather conditions. During a heavy downpour, puddles are scattered here and there causing users to tread warily and sometimes slide and slither to reach their vehicles. "It is not uncommon to see people getting their feet bogged in the mud and clothing soiled", remarked a user. "On drier days, sudden gusts of wind produces instant 'Mat Sallehs' ", said another. The new car park costing over $600,000 will also incorporate nine parking bays for buses and lorries. Shade trees will also be planted along the parking lots to provide some protection for vehicles.


Gadis berasal dari Menggatal, Cik Jupini Caroline Majatur, atau dipanggil oleh ternan· temannya Penny, adalah seorang anak tunggal yang sangat disayangi oleh kedua orang tuanya. Penny yang merahsiakan umurnya adalah dibawah naungan bintang Pisces, tinggi 5 kaki, punya kegemaran bersukan, membaca buku, mengembara, berkelah dan mengemas rumah.

Kalau anda membaca akhbar Sabah Times atau Harian Express anda tentu sekali minat mengikuti ruangan tetamu anda seperti JELIT A ST, PRIA rninggu ini dan "BIRD of the week".

Yayasan Sabah yang masa kini kian meningkat dan menarik.

Penny, adalah seorang aWi dan pemain pasukan bola sepak wanita "BORN UP" Menggatal yang beberapa kali telah menjadi johan dalam siri pertandingan yang diadakan. Disamping itu Penny adalah pemain Bulu Tangkis dan pernah menjadi naib johan dalam acara perseorangan Sukan tahunan Kelab Rekreasi SAFOND dan salah seorang daripada ahlinya.

Gadis yang bertuah dan diberi penghormatan untuk mengisi ruangan yang ulung kali ini ialah seorang gadis yang bersifat lemah lembut, peramah, bersopan santun serta mudah memberikan senyumannya.

Penny sangat aktif dalam Persatuan SANYA Menggatal dan memegang jawatan sebagai Bendahari dalam persatuan tersebut. Penny juga aktif dalam bidang Seni dan Kebudayaan dan menjadi ahli

[kumpulan Bunga Manggar

begitu indah termoden dan tertinggi. Begitu juga dengan aktiviti-aktiviti yang tidak ketinggalan.

Tapi pada kali ini anda berpeluang untuk mengikuti ruangan ini melalui Berita

Memberi Penghormafan

Kumpulan Pembawa Bunga Manggar yang terdiri dari 30 orang gadis, telah ditubuhkan setahun yang lalu di bawah jagaan Unit Kebudayaan Yayasan Sabah. Sejak penubuhan, kumpulan ini sering kali diundang oleh pihak Kerajaan untuk menyambut Perdana Menteri Malaysia dan Timbalannya, sempena lawatan-Iawatan rasmi atau upacara-upacara perasmian yang diadakan.

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Sebagai menghormati KetuaKetua Negara atau pemimpinpemimpin yang melawat atau merasmikan sesuatu acara, mereka disambut dengan hamparan permaidani merah dan diiringi pula oleh KumpuIan Pembawa Bunga Manggar. Bunga Manggar adalah untuk

menyambut kedatangan orang-orang kenamaan seperti diamalkan di Negara kita Malaysia. Seperti mana-mana pertubuhan yang besar, nama Yayasan Sabah terkenal apa tah lagi bangunannya yang

Pada 6 Mei 1982 yang lalu, kumpulan ini sangat bertuah kerana secara tidak langsung terlibat dalam menyambut keberangkatan tiba DYMM Seri Paduka Baginda Yang diPertuan Agung ke Sabah sempena lawatan resmi baginda ke Kampus YS·ITM di Kuala Menggatal, Kota

Kinabalu.

penari di Unit Kebudayaan Yayasan Sabah serta ahli Kumpulan Pembawa Bunga Manggar unit tersebut. Gadis yang manis ini mula mendapat didikan di SRK Menggatal, dan menamatkan Sekolah Menengahnya di 1.ok Yuk Kota Kinabalu. Dalam usianya yang masih muda ia bercita-cita untuk melanjutkan pelajarannya kepering· kat yang lebih tinggi jika diizinkan, katanya. Menyentuh tentang pakaian, Penny gemar memakai baju Kebaya, T-shirt dan Jeans, tetapi mesti sesuai dengan keadaan, katanya. Tentang makanan, apa sahaja tapi tidak pedas. Penny mula bertugas di Yayasan Sabah dua tahun yang lalu sebagai Lift Operator, kemudian mendapat peluang dan berpindah di Bahagian Amanah sebagai Kerani Am hingga masa kini. Bila ditanya tentang pilihannya, Penny senyum sambil menjawap, "biarlah jejaka itu jujur, ikhlas dan bertangung jawap tapi sekarang ini belum sampai masanya". tungkus lumus urlLuk membuat persiapan menggantikan bunga-bunga yang lama dengan kertas kilat berkilaukilauan (Shining Paper). Kumpulan ini adalah yang pertama kali di Sabah menggunakan alat bunga manggar seumpama itu. Pembaharuan ini ao,,;ah atas dayausaha Ketua-ketua dan para aWinya yang sentiasa bekerjasarna untuk mengendalikannya.

Kumpulan lIll memakai tudung berwarna putih, berbaju kurung berwarna krim dan berkain songket berwarna coklat. Warna ini adalah mengikut corak warna logo Yayasan Sabah. Kumpulan ini telah menjadi "FA VO URITE" dan mendapat kata-kata pujian kerana kecantikan bunganya serta pakaiannya masa kini.

SYABAS DIUCAPKAN KE· PADA KUMPULAN PEMBAWA BUNGA MANGGAR.


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Except for the Annual Staff) Christmas ga the ring ,cele brations for all forthcoming festivals have been cancelled.

Other activities planned,such as Family Day, Joggerthon and the premier show will be shelved until further notice.

This was decided at the recent SAFOND SRC Exco meeting in view of other commitments and financial constraints of the club.

However, bookings for badminton, tennis and squash at the Likas Sports Complex will continue.

The committee felt that these celebrations involved heavy expenditure. Furthermore, it was noted that staff participation on most occasions was far from satisfactory.

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Competitions for the individual, inter-team and interdistrict games will be decided after the Annual General Meeting (AGM) in June by the new committee.

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~ As a spectator of the recent badminton friendly game ~ ~ between Sinora Sdn. Bhd. of Sandakan and SAFOND of Kota~ ~ Kinabalu, I was very disappointed with our SAFOND memlt::rs. ~

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~ The games which weje held at the Likas Sports Complex cause ~ ~ embarassment and loss of face to us. ~

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Pegawai Daerah Kudat, Encik Sari Suhut menerima cenderamata dari ketua rombongan Kota Kinabalu, Encik Rusli Jamin. !3crsell1 pena dengan minggu Sukan tahun ini Pasukan Rekreasi Yayasan Sabah SAFOND telah membuat lawatan ke Kudat dan mengadakan beberapa siri Perlawanan persahabatan dengan pasukan pilihan Kudat baru-baru ini. Antara jenis sukan yang (liaJakan ialah bola sepak, bulu tangkis dan sepak takraw. Perlawanan diadakan di Padang Bandaran dan di Dewan Masyarakat Kudat. Dalam ketiga-tiga perlawanan itu Pasukan SAFOND telah ditcwaskan oleh pasukan pilihan Kudat dengan tiga tanpa balas. Scbelum itu rombongan telah disambut oleh Pegawai Daerah dan Pegawai Luar Yayasan Sabah Tuan Hj. Mohd Noor Jaafar. Pada scbelah malamnya rombongan telah diberi penghormatan ke majlis makan malam di Rumah Pehat Kudat sambil bermesra dan berke-

Diterbitkan oleh Bahagian Perhubungan Awam, Yayasan Sabah. Dicetak oleh The Key Colour Printing Sdn. Bhd., Kota Kinabalu.

nalan diantara satu dengan yang lain. Tuan Haji Mohd. Noor sebagai wakil Presiden SAFOND telah menyampaikan ucapan terima kasih yang tidak terhingga atas budi baik dan kerjasama y' diberikan oleh Tuan Pega,_, Daerah dan kakitangan yang terlibat. Dalam ucapanya, Pejabat Daerah dipelawa untuk mengadakan perlawanan persahaba tan dengan pasukan kelab Rekreasi SAFOND di Kota Kinabalu. Ketua rombongan Encik Rosli Jamin telah menyampaikan cenderamata berupa Gambar Bangunan Yayasan Sabah kepada Tuan Pegawai Daerah sebelum majlis bersurai. Pad a keesokan halinya rombongan sekali lagi diberi makan tengah hari oleh Pegawai Luar Yayasan Sabah Tuan Hj. Mohd. Noor Jaafar <.Iirumah kediamannya. Rombongan mengucapkan ribuan terima kasih kepada Tuan Haji kerana telah bersusah paya.


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