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The Straits Times, 20 May 1986

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The Straits Times Estd. 1845 TUESDAY, MAY 2s, 1986 50 CENTS M.C. (P) No. 188/12/85

Steamers execs take pay cut [ARTICLE]

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Steamers execs take pay cut S. KUMAR 5 to 10% reduction compensation at year's end if profit exceeds target By ABOUT 100 senior executives of Straits Steamship have had their pay cut between 5 and 10 per cent from May 1. But they have been promised compensation at year's end

Body on beach could be of missing barge man [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Body on beach could be of missing barge man MICHAEL LIM East Coast oil spill By POLICE yesterday found the body of a man believed to be the missing engine driver of the barge that sank on Sunday, causing a 12-nauti-cal-mile oil slick off the East Coast. A body smeared

S. African jets raid three Black states [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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S. African jets raid three Black states JOHANNESBURG South Africa raided three frontline Black states yesterday m an unprecedented show of force against what it alleged were bases of the African National Congress ANC) guerilla movement. Air force jets, army helicopters and ground forces were used m the three-pronged thrust

Made-in-HK 'maid' dolls anger Filipinos [ARTICLE]

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Made-in-HK 'maid' dolls anger Filipinos HONGKONG A local-ly-made doll modelled on a FlllplM maid, complete with mock Filipino passport and lifetime "work contract", has angered the Filipino community here. The dells, dressed In traditional Filipino costume, carry a mock passport and a "lifetime work contract" to be signed by the

China agrees to return plane [ARTICLE]

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China agrees to return plane Taiwan jet and crew to be delivered to HK HONGKONG China has agreed to return a Taiwanese cargo jet and two of its crew now m Chinese territory and deliver them to Hongkong, a Chinese aviation official said yesterday. Mr Zhang Ruipu, head of the

US economists see stronger growth [ARTICLE]

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US economists see stronger growth WASHINGTON The praipeeti for strong ecoluflation m the United States are considerably brighter bow Ohm they were three ths ace hattuaw of the dramatic pi— getoeU prices, bustterday. The National Asooclation of Business Economists said Its latest survey of 331 of its members Jority had

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Home [ARTICLE]

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Home Promoting our image EVERY CITIZEN can help promote the country's image among visiting foreigners, who are the best promoters for Singapore when they return home, said Mr Ng Pock Too, NTUC Deputy Director and Political Secretary (Prime Minister's Office). Singaporeans' efforts, he said, could supplement those now being carried

Comment [ARTICLE]

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Comment THE STRAITS TIMES SAYS: THE expeditions settlement yesterday by Belong and Taipei on the return of a Taiwanese cargo Jet flown to Guangzhou by a defecting pilot two weeks age signifies a breakthrough of sorts m 31 years of antagonistic relations between the two countries. It elf en Taipei

Forum [ARTICLE]

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Forum DEMAND DETERMINES SAURY REFERRING to a letter highlighting the plight of a group of accountancy graduates who were offered $500 a month m salary by an audit firm, another reader expresses the hope that that writer's attitude is not representative of accountancy or other graduates. He points out that

Around the world [ARTICLE]

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Around the world Nonsmoking Bill fails A LAW PROPOSED by Italian Health Minister Costante Degan to ban smoking m all public places has led to a conflict at the highest level, with 13 non-smokers m the government unofficially pitted against 17 ministers who don't want to break the habit. Mr

Around Asean... and Across the Causeway [ARTICLE]

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Around Asean... and Across the Causeway Oil revives links A GROWING trade m oil between Asia's two major crude producers, China and Indonesia, is reviving economic links between old foes, industry sources said yesterday. Indonesia, an influential member of Opec, has also been heartened by Chinese statements suggesting Beijing will

Section Two [ARTICLE]

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Section Two Beauty under glass RISING 27 STOREYS above the Outram and Kirn Seng Road neighbourhood, The Glass Hotel has South-east Asia's tallest atrium and Singapore's most heart-lurching glass-lift rides. Opened last November, the $150 million tower which uses over 13,000 mildew-resistant rain-sluiced glass panels, was designed to be viewed

Timesdollar [ARTICLE]

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Timesdollar MOTOR LEASING WINS $IOOm CONTRACT IN BANGKOK SINGAPORE'S Motor Leasing's hard-fought battle for the contract to revamp Bangkok's transport system has paid off the company yesterday finally won a $100 million deal with the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority. M&L reached an agreement with BMTA to lease 500 new buses

Timesport [ARTICLE]

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Timesport Brazil's injury woes RIGHT-BACK Edson twisted his ankle as Brazil limped to a workout win against local side Atlante m Mexico City on Sunday, adding to the South American soccer giants' World Cup injury woes. Edson's injury was described as fairly minor but coach Tele Santana said Zico and

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No room at the top for Japan's baby boomers [ARTICLE]

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No room at the top for Japan's baby boomers TOKYO Japanese baby boomers those born m (he years soon after World War n are experiencing an unpleasant demographic side-effect m the form of limited promotion prospects, a national think tank reported yesterday. Young Japanese white-collar workers m their mid-30s to

Frog Rosie hops to a world record [ARTICLE]

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Frog Rosie hops to a world record ANGELS CAMP (California) A frog named Rosie the Ribtter leaped 654.7 cm to set a world record and win US$l,5OO (553,300) for her coach m the Calaveras Jumping Frog Jubilee a contest inspired by a Mark Twain tale. Between 3,000 and 4,000 frogs

A 'lesson in humility' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A 'lesson in humility' THE Chief Minister ef Punjab, Mr SwJlt Singh Baraala, cleaalag the UMMSB Of WSfwUppCffl Sikh shrine on Sunday as penance for the April SI police and commando raid on the Golden Temple at Amritsar. "It was a lesson hi humility that Is the very essence ef

Li Xiannian in hospital [ARTICLE]

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Li Xiannian in hospital BEIJING Chinese President U Xiannian, 80, has been been admitted to hospital "with a cold" and is unable to receive a visiting head of government, a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said yesterday. Mr Li was due to receive Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke yesterday afternoon. A

Taipei martial law protesters pack temple [ARTICLE]

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Taipei martial law protesters pack temple HUNDREDS of demonstrators demanding an end to martial law packed into a temple m Taipei yesterday and some vowed to stay until police allowed them to march on the presidential palace. Several hundred police armed with clubs stood m ranks outside the gates of

Court told of M$9 m voucher to buy bank [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Court told of M$9 m voucher to buy bank RITA GOMEZ By HONGKONG Carrian had plans to buy a bank and a large tract of land m Kuala Lumpur. A voucher for Ms 9 million for part purchase of the bank was produced yesterday m court during hearing of the

5 die during fresh polls in Dhaka [ARTICLE]

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5 die during fresh polls in Dhaka DHAKA Violence during fresh voting m two constituencies m Bangladesh on Sunday left at least five dead, sources said yesterday. Fresh polling was held m several areas after voting was suspended because of violence during the May 7 parliamentary elections. Officials said three

Soviets salute dead heroes of Chernobyl [ARTICLE]

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Soviets salute dead heroes of Chernobyl MOSCOW Soviet news media paid tribute to six young firefighters who battled searing flames and intense heat at the Chernobyl nuclear plant fire and then died of radiation poisoning. The newspaper Izvestia published photographs of six clean-cut young men who became ill after overexposure

1948 UN report 'charged Waldheim with war crimes' [ARTICLE]

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1948 UN report 'charged Waldheim with war crimes' NEW YORK A 1948 UN War Crimes Commission report charged former UN Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim with putting hostages to death during World War n, Newsweek magazine has reported. The magazine cautioned m its latest edition that the report was not a finding

Sport Aid athlete arrives in Rome [ARTICLE]

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Sport Aid athlete arrives in Rome ROME Champion Sudanese athlete Omar Khalifa arrived m Rome on Sunday night from Madrid to continue a Sport Aid marathon to raise funds for African famine relief. The winner of the 1,500-m event at last year's World Cup Athletics Championship, who is making runs

Bomb plot 4 sought [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Bomb plot 4 sought LONDON Police m Europe are searching for four Arabs who are suspected of planning a bomb attack against a Channel ferry, the Daily Mail reported yesterday. Special Branch inspectors were convinced the commandoes intended to strike over the next few days, the paper said. The Mail

Weinberger arrives after mortar attack [ARTICLE]

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Weinberger arrives after mortar attack LISBON UNITED STATES Defence Secretary Caspar Weinberger arrived m Lisbon on Sunday for talks with Portuguese leaders, 36 hours after an abortive attack against a Nato headquarters, which is expected to boost US calls for joint action against terrorism. News of the mortar attack early

Italian Cabinet divided over anti-smoke Bill [ARTICLE]

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Italian Cabinet divided over anti-smoke Bill ROME A LAW proposed by Italian Health Minister Costante Degan to ban smoking m all public places has led to a conflict at the highest level, with 13 non-smok-ers m the government unofficially pitted against 17 ministers who don't want to break the habit.

Raid on news office [ARTICLE]

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Raid on news office SANTIAGO An armed leftist group raided the offices of United Press International news agency here on Sunday night and forced staff at gunpoint to transmit an anti-American statement to local clients. The three men and one woman, armed with pistols, tied up a journalist and two

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10 years for treason [ARTICLE]

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10 years for treason BELGIAN HELENE PASSTOORS, convicted of treason last Friday, was sentenced to 10 years' jail yesterday by Johannesburg's Supreme Court. Passtoors, 44, had dented the charge but admitted supporting the aims of the banned African National Congress, the main Black nationalist group fighting White dominance m South

Open to Soviet ships [ARTICLE]

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Open to Soviet ships SOVIET MERCHANT ships may call again at the Chinese port of Tongjiang from today as part of Beijing's effort to promote trade with the Soviet Union, the Communications Ministry announced m Beijing yesterday. Tongjiang was a centre for trade between the two countries until a break

Kiwi-French talks [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Kiwi-French talks NEW ZEALAND Prime Minister David Lange (below) yesterday said his country and France held talks m Switzerland over the Rainbow Warrior affair but no agreement was reached. Mr Lange said m Wellington New Zealand was represented m the talks by Mr Chris Beeby, Deputy Secretary of Foreign Affairs.

Red MP killed [ARTICLE]

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Red MP killed THE PRO-MOSCOW Sri Lankan Communist Party's only representative m Parliament, Mr Sarath Muttetuwegama, died m a road accident on Sunday. Mr Muttetuwegama, 51, a highly-respected MP, was returning to Colombo from a party conference at Ratnapura, 115 km away, when his car crashed. He died instantly. AFP

Libyan bribe bid [ARTICLE]

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Libyan bribe bid EGYPT HAS foiled a Libyan attempt to bribe an Air Force pilot to fly his US-made F-16 jet fighter to a Libyan military air base at Tobruk, Al-Ahram said yesterday. Libyan military intelligence offered the pilot US$5 million (S$U miUion). The bribe was offered through a Jordanian

Dominican poll: Ruling party claims victory [ARTICLE]

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Dominican poll: Ruling party claims victory SANTO DOMINGO The presidential candidate of the Dominican Republic's ruling party, Senator Jacobo Majluta, claimed victory on Sunday night m the close presidential race despite a suspension of the vote count. "I won and nobody is going to take away my triumph", he told

Kuwaiti assets to stay [ARTICLE]

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Kuwaiti assets to stay KUWAIT Kuwait has denied that its plan to invest m communist and Third World countries meant that it would withdraw its assets from Western countries. Finance Minister Jassem Al Kharafi, m an interview with the daily newspaper Al Qabas, said the policy announced last week is

US govt urged to limit foreign use of organs [ARTICLE]

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US govt urged to limit foreign use of organs NEW YORK THE United States government is being urged to impose limits on the number of foreigners using US organ banks and to pay for heart and liver transplants for patients who cannot afford the operation, it has been reported. A

South African police find biggest cache of arms and explosives [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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South African police find biggest cache of arms and explosives JOHANNESBURG South African police have discovered the biggest arms cache ever found m the country, including So-viet-made mines, grenades, rifles and explosives. Security Police Commanding Officer Brigadier J.V. Van der Merwe said the arms cache was found on Saturday m

Rajiv warns of bloodbath [ARTICLE]

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Rajiv warns of bloodbath DAR ES SALAAM Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi has appealed to all countries to increase pressure on South Africa to end apartheid, warning of an imminent bloodbath unless change comes rapidly. Ending a tour of four of Black-ruled states m southern Africa, he told a news

Contras in clash over hostages [ARTICLE]

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Contras in clash over hostages MANAGUA Sandinista soldiers have clashed twice m 24 hours with armed guerillas fleeing wiih eight West German hostages, southern Nicaraguan regional military commander Roberto Calderon said on Sunday. Twelve guerillas were killed or wounded and two were captured, he said at Juigalpa 200 km south-east

700-m fall [ARTICLE]

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700-m fall CHAMONIX (France) Two Canadian climbers survived after falling 700 metres down Mont Blanc. France's highest mountain on Sunday. They were swept away by an avalanche but were not buried.— AFP

Americans know how to stay healthy but still take risks [ARTICLE]

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Americans know how to stay healthy but still take risks WASHINGTON Most Americans are well aware of the ways stay In good health hat, instead, they snake, drink, ignore teat belt* and don't use snake detectors, a government survey shows. Bat, oddly enough, at least eae health official is "encouraged"

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Sabah 'hitch for charter panel' [ARTICLE]

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Sabah 'hitch for charter panel' MANILA A Malaysian demand that the Philippines renounce its claim to Sabah m its new Constitution will pose a major problem for those drafting the document, Justice Minister Neptali Gonzales said yesterday. He told a press forum be expected the Sabah issue to be debated

We're mending Jakarta ties, says Hurford [ARTICLE]

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We're mending Jakarta ties, says Hurford YANG RAZALI KASSIM By Jakarta Correspondent JAKARTA The first Australian minister to visit Jakarta since a crisis m relations broke out between the two countries has said that his presence here marked the rebuilding of ties to a more sober and pragmatic level. Immigration

Are we friends? Aquino asks US [ARTICLE]

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Are we friends? Aquino asks US NEW YORK President Corazon Aquino has said she is disappointed with American-Philippine relations as her new government tries to reform Filipino politics. In an interview with Time magazine, she said: "I am a little disappointed My feeling is that I am still being watched

Reports on Japanese role in attacks misleading — embassy [ARTICLE]

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Reports on Japanese role in attacks misleading embassy YANG RAZALJ KASSIM JAKARTA The Japanese Embassy here has dismissed as "misleading" news reports which said three Japanese nationals, including a woman, are now prime suspects (or Wednesday's terrorist attacks on three embassies here. An embassy spokesman said yesterday his embassy was

10 rebels killed in clashes [ARTICLE]

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10 rebels killed in clashes BUTUAN (Philippines) Ten communist rebels were killed and many wounded m two separate clashes with government troops m the southern Philippines on Sunday, the military said. Army commander Colonel Manuel Asdal said six guerillas were killed and several wounded m a 15--minute gunbattle when soldiers

American honour for Cardinal Sin [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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American honour for Cardinal Sin OUTSPOKEN PUUpptae chore* leader Cardinal Jaime flta, wht eftea Mm a say la hi* entry's •Bain, has aeea fcmmiiy an American e*lCartful Ha, whe to the CatfceUe ArchUafcep ef exeretjet at SttaeUU CtUege la Fiirtta, Mairiaary teeter «C hamaattlet degree. He atoe gave bxcvbxcvb AP

Jakarta-Beijing trade links get boost through oil [ARTICLE]

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Jakarta-Beijing trade links get boost through oil JAKARTA A growing trade m oil between Asia's two major crude producers, China and Indonesia, is reviving economic links between old foes, industry sources said yesterday. Indonesia, an influential member of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec), has also been heartened by

First to nominate Suharto [ARTICLE]

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First to nominate Suharto JAKARTA Indonesia's smallest political party, the TwAMM »flfm Democratic Party (PDI), yesterday became the first party to nominate President Suharto, €6, for a fifth term m office. The decision was announced by PDI chairman Suryadi after the board met the President. Mr Suryadi quoted the President

3 bank workers seized in daring robbery [ARTICLE]

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3 bank workers seized in daring robbery BANGKOK Armed called three baak emptofees as they ware depesittag UBs24,t#t (8|52,8M) ta m lecai daring daylight raid, a P«liee reseaed the three haak emptoyem after being alerted by netgkbears, bat the The employees had beea totito g* to the v U a

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Cuepacs shelves picket [ARTICLE]

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Cuepacs shelves picket KUALA LUMPUR The central working committee of Cuepacs yesterday decided to shelve for the time being its plan to hold a nation-wide picket scheduled for tomorrow. It made the decision after a 2'j-hour meeting chaired by its President, Mr A. Ragunathan, at Cuepacs headquarters. Mr Ragunathan said

Citizenship classes to continue [ARTICLE]

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Citizenship classes to continue KUALA LUMPUR Citizenship classes on trial m more than 100 schools will continue, an Education Ministry official said yesterday. He denied reports that such classes had been suspended pending investigations by the ministry. He said the ministry had only advised schools to stop inviting non-ministry staff

Post offices shake-up [ARTICLE]

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Post offices shake-up KUALA LUMPUR General post offices are expected to undergo major reorganisation involving the deployment of staff after the installation of new machines and computers costing Ms 32 million m the next five years. NST

University Act for review 'to widen freedom' [ARTICLE]

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University Act for review 'to widen freedom' KUALA LUMPUR The Education Ministry is reviewing the University and University Colleges Act with a view to liberalising it, sources said. A review of the Act was one of the first directives issued by Mr Anwar Ibrahim when he took over as Education

Choice of assembly nominees brings balance — Kitingan [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Choice of assembly nominees brings balance Kitingan KOTA KINABALU SABAH Chief Minister Datuk Joseph Pairin Kitingan said yesterday his ruling Parti Bersatu Sabah's choice of its six nominated state assembly members has brought about a balanced racial composition m his government. Speaking after the swearing-in of state assemblymen, including the

When a boss meets his teacher [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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When a boss meets his teacher TEACHER knows best ...that was what Datok Abdnl Adi Ismail (left) seems to be telling his former student, Education Minister Anwar Ibrahim, who new happens to be his boss. The view was apparently shared by Datnk Ariffln Mohamed Nam (centre), who with Datok Abdul

Two Usno state assemblymen 'quit party' [ARTICLE]

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Two Usno state assemblymen 'quit party' KOTA KINABALU Two state assemblymen of the United Sabah National Organisation (Usno) have resigned from the party and sent their resignation letters to party secretary-general Datu Abdul Hamid Tun Mustapha, sources said yesterday. The letters did not indicate whether they were joining another party.

Batu Tiga race track 'to bring in $400,000' [ARTICLE]

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Batu Tiga race track 'to bring in $400,000' KUALA LUMPUR The privatisation of the Shah Alam racing circuit m Batu Tiga is expected to bring m annual revenue of M 5400,000 to the Selangor government. Its executive councillor for local government, Mr Fahmi Ibrahim, said the sum would be a

We won't spread our wings just yet, says Umno [ARTICLE]

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We won't spread our wings just yet, says Umno KUALA LUMPUR Umno's decision not to spread its wings to Sabah and Sarawak for the time being still stands and the formation of Umno protem committees there does not have the approval of the party headquarters, according to sources close to

10 held for illegal fishing [ARTICLE]

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10 held for illegal fishing KUALA LUMPUR The Indonesian authorities have detained 10 Malaysians and three trawlers for illegal fishing m its territorial waters m February and March. Sources said one of the fishermen was shot and wounded when he resisted arrest by the Indonesian authorities. The fishermen, from Teluk

Sarawak party gets fake quit letters [ARTICLE]

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Sarawak party gets fake quit letters KUCHING Over the past month, the Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB), backbone of Sarawak's four-party National Front coalition, thought it faced the prospect of mass resignations involving about 800 members until it discovered some of the resignation letters were fakes. For several days m

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Scotts Road diversion causes jams [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Scotts Road diversion causes jams TRAFFIC jams built up along Newton, Dunearn and Bukit Timah roads yesterday morning when vehicles slowed to a crawl at Newton Circus because of traffic diversion from Scotts Road. Part of Scotts Road from Cairnhill Road to Goodwood Park Hotel has been closed to traffic

Gang-rape: Two file notices of appeal [ARTICLE]

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Gang-rape: Two file notices of appeal A NATIONAL service policeman and a vigilante corps member who were last week convicted of gang rape have filed their notices of appeal. Muhammad Razip bin FadzUlah, 19, and Norsham bin Dahari, 18, the VC member, filed their notices on Friday, the day after

Pilot seen struggling in sea after mishap [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Pilot seen struggling in sea after mishap CHARMAINE CHAN Skyhawk crash inquiry By BLACK smoke was seen coming out of a Skyhawk jet aircraft three seconds after takeoff one fateful morning last July. The jet began to lose altitude slowly and the pilot, Captain Seah Boon Thong, ejected. The RSAF

Cabby found dead in his taxi [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Cabby found dead in his taxi A CABBY was found dead m his taxi, which was parked near the Housing Board area office m Commonwealth Drive yesterday. Mr Tan Kok Chuan, 43, of Clementi Avenue 4, was found m the driver's seat at about 12.50 pm. A small bottle, believed

Selling S'pore: Every person has part to play [ARTICLE]

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Selling S'pore: Every person has part to play Individual efforts help m promoting image, says Pock Too EVERY citizen can help promote the country's image among visiting foreigners, who are the "best" promoters for Singapore when they return home. Mr Ng Pock Too, NTUC Deputy Director and Political Secretary (Prime

Fresh food from Europe free of radiation [ARTICLE]

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Fresh food from Europe free of radiation FRESH foodstuff imported from Europe is safe for consumption and free from radiation poisoning. This assurance comes m the wake of fears generated by the recent Chernobyl nuclear accident that food imported from Europe might be contaminated by radiation. The green light for

'Boatman tried to save barge even as it sank' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Boatman tried to save barge even as it sank' SURESH NAIR East Coast oil spill Stori**: He tried to do the impossible: Deckhand A DECKHAND who survived Sunday's sea tragedy recalled yesterday how the engine-driver of the fuel-laden barge had tried desperately to save the vessel although it was taking

Yue family to identify body [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Yue family to identify body Father left home on Saturday morning, says son THE Yue family will be at the Singapore General Hospital mortuary today to try to make a positive Identification of a man whose body was washed ashore yesterday. The tody to believed to be that of Mr

NTUC plans more discounts for members [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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NTUC plans more discounts for members More products and outlets being considered MORE products and outlets may soon be included m a discount scheme run by the National Trades Union Congress for members. The products are cosmetics, school uniforms, sports equipment, electrical appliances and musical instruments. The NTUC will also

4 robbed and injured Thai stallholder at worksite [ARTICLE]

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4 robbed and injured Thai stallholder at worksite A THAI voman was robbed and assaulted by four men as she was selling vegetables to Thai workers at a construction site, a court heard yesterday. Madam Manee Daengkong Kho, 34, was at her stall at Bishan construction site on April 24,

Union concerned at number of unhappy teachers who quit [ARTICLE]

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Union concerned at number of unhappy teachers who quit JUNE TAN By SEVERAL teachers have quit their jobs because of the unsympathetic attitude and inflexibility of officers m the Education Ministry, alleges The Mentor, published by the Singapore Teachers' Union. According to The Mentor's editorial, the 'inflexibility is often seen

Elderly woman hurt in hit-and-run accident [ARTICLE]

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Elderly woman hurt in hit-and-run accident AN ELDERLY woman was seriously injured when she was kit by a motorcycle In a hit-and-run accident along New Upper Changi Road on Friday at 12.3t pm. Madam Ho Ah To, 11, was crossing the road when the accident occurred. The motorcyclist sped off

Fined for illegal bets [ARTICLE]

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Fined for illegal bets A STORE assistant was fined $350 by a district judge on Saturday for buying an illegal 10,000-character lottery on April 19 at a coffeeshop m Block 32, Holland Close. A policeman on anti-gam-bling rounds checked Ong Chown Shing, 21, and found three slips of bets for

Man jailed for theft [ARTICLE]

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Man jailed for theft A MAN with a past record was jailed for 30 months on Friday (or breaking into a seafood restaurant and stealing three passports and cash of $50. See Kirn Choon, 40, pleaded guilty to housebreaking and theft at Yu Zhi Kang Seafood Restaurant m Upper East

Damaged gantry: Driver faces two charges [ARTICLE]

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Damaged gantry: Driver faces two charges A MAN was charged yesterday with driving a lorry which had an overall height exceeding four metres without a police permit. Ong Chin Hock, 25, was also accused of removing the lorry, which had been involved m an accident, without police permission. The charge

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CCs see a potpourri of nationalities [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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CCs see a potpourri of nationalities LOW MEI MEI By WHEN MR Albert Wong first came to Singapore 13 years ago, his after-work hours were spent either at the cinema or chatting at his quarters' corridors. As a foreign worker from Kedah, he had few friends and avenues for recreation.

FOR YOUR INFO [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FOR YOUR INFO KIDS m fancy parade: Kids aged 5 to 12 can dress m their fanciest best for a contest at Bukit Merah branch library's auditorium on July 19. They will be divided into three cate- gories according to age. The first three winners m each category will be

Foreigners welcome, but can't hold office [ARTICLE]

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Foreigners welcome, but can't hold office FOREIGNERS are welcome to take part m community centre activities. But, except for sub-com-mittees m the youth groups, they are not allowed to hold office m the community centre committees, a People's Association spokesman said. Activity instructors at the centre must be work permit

New logo sought to project dynamic image [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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New logo sought to project dynamic image CITIZENS' Consultative Committees are hoping to project a new dynamic image with a new logo. The 21-year-old organisation wants to redesign its outdated logo and has invited entries for a CCC logo competition. It hopes to come up with a simple and modern

Murals to bring back the old Bugis Street atmosphere [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Murals to bring back the old Bugis Street atmosphere THIO LAY HOON By WITH a little ingenuity and imagination, what was once a blank, lifeless wall behind Eminent Plaza at the junction of Jalan Besar and Lavender Street is now two neat rows of Ba-ba-styled two-storey houses. Women and laughing

Xinyao camp set for June [ARTICLE]

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Xinyao camp set for June THE People's Association is organising a three-day xinyao camp, the first of its kind, from June 6, to get feedback from xinyao members. A PA spokesman said the camp will allow the association to monitor the needs of its xinyao, or Singapore ballads, groups and

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Two boys missing for six days [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Two boys missing for six days YEO KIM SENG By They have not gone home since last Wednesday TWO boys, both classmates, who left for school last Wednesday have not returned home since. Their families, teachers and police are anxious about their whereabouts, especially since their examinations are now on.

ACS band to drum up six-hour marathon [ARTICLE]

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ACS band to drum up six-hour marathon IT WILL probably be the longest musical performance by a school military band here. Boys from the AngloChinese Secondary School Military Band will blow, puff and drum up big bold sounds for six hours on Sunday at the Singapore Handicraft Centre. The playathon,

Tokyo research lab to be opened at Science Park [ARTICLE]

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Tokyo research lab to be opened at Science Park The Minister of State (Trade and Industry, and Home Affairs), Dr Lee Boon Yang, will open the research laboratory sf Takasago Far East at the Science Park on May St. Takasapo, the first Japanese firm at the park, Is one of

PR officials [ARTICLE]

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PR officials THE Institute of Public Relations of Singapore has elected Mr Yap Boh Tiong as its president. Other officials include Mr Basskaran Nair, Vice-President; Ms Vivien Seah, Honorary Secretary; and Mr Wilson Heng, Honorary Treasurer.

On energy [ARTICLE]

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On energy NGEE Ann Polytechnic and the Public Utilities Board will hold a course on "energy management" from June 12 to July 14 at the polytechnic. For details, call XXXXX55 ext 261.

Dr Tay to open regional computer symposium [ARTICLE]

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Dr Tay to open regional computer symposium THE Minister of State (Education), Dr Tay Eng Soon, will open Educomp '86, a regional symposium on the role of microcomputers m classroom and laboratory teaching. It will be held at Ngee Ann Polytechnic tomorrow at 9 am. About 200 delegates from the

2 new charges against bank manager [ARTICLE]

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2 new charges against bank manager TWO more criminal breach of trust charges involving $66,000 were brought against a senior branch manager of Overseas Union Bank yesterday, bringing the total so far to $183 million. No plea was taken from Yen Kum Wah, 45, of the OUB's Grange Road branch.

Cabby returned more than $10,000 3 times [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Cabby returned more than $1 0,000 3 times THE money that cabby Yeoh Ah Kow found m his taxi over the past year was no small beer. On each of the three occasions that passengers left cash behind, the amount was $10,000 to more than $12,000. Each time, the money

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New start for the Chinese [ARTICLE]

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New start for the Chinese THE expeditious settlement yesterday by Beijing and Taipei on the return of a Taiwanese cargo jet flown to Guangzhou by a defecting pilot two weeks ago signifies a breakthrough of sorts m 37 years of antagonistic relations between the two countries. Taipei has had to

Lower costs to attract more investors [ARTICLE]

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Lower costs to attract more investors Editorial, headlined Necessary requirements to attract investments, published m the Uanhe Zaobao on May 16. THE good response to Acting Trade and Industry Minis-ter.Brigadier-General Lee Hsien Loong's visit to Japan and the article written by Mr Lee Khoon Choy, Singapore's Ambassador to Japan, m

Move to get doctors to ask relatives for donor organs [ARTICLE]

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Move to get doctors to ask relatives for donor organs NICHOLAS TIMMINS ■y LONDON Proposals to make it a requirement for doctors to ask relatives for donor organs before life support machines are switched off are being canvassed by health ministers m an attempt to increase the number of kidney,

It's 'not quite the American way' [ARTICLE]

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It's 'not quite the American way' LIAK TENG KIAT Donor organs problems and possible solutions By Washington Correspondent Under a proposed law here, doctors will be empowered to remove organs of victims who die from accidents for transplant. The law will also allow those who object to organ donation to

Muslims and progress [ARTICLE]

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Muslims and progress 'iff. Editorial, headlined Muslims should unite to improve their lot, published m the Berita Harian on May 14. CHALLENGES are not new to Muslims m Singapore. Generally, they are of two types. First, problems which affect us as a community. For example, the need to upgrade our

High-tech insolence from a car that talks [ARTICLE]

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High-tech insolence from a car that talks Russell Baker I SUSPECT my new talking car is a psychopathic killer. At first I thought it was merely having a nervous breakdown. That was when it first started saying "thank you, thank you" every morning as soon as I opened the door

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New product is 'the biggest thing for Shell' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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New product is 'the biggest thing for Shell' FOR two years Willi Foerstel kept a secret, even from his wife. Now he was ready to tell the world. He chose the most unlikely place for the Great Revelation: Thornton. Not the Taunton m England's Somerset district, famous for its apple

What petrol does in the car [ARTICLE]

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What petrol does in the car GASOLINE, called petrol In this part of the world and gas In the US, Is a mixture of volatile hydrocarbons which boll between 25 deg C and deg C. Once la the ear, It If pumped from the fuel tank and mixed with air

Centre a haven for scientific pursuits [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Centre a haven for scientific pursuits THE Shell Thornton Research Centre does not exactly have Fort Knox security but its protected and secluded environment is a haven for scientific pursuits. Journalists were not allowed to take photographs of the laboratories or any equipment and facilities inside. There was even hesitation

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Short hair has little to do with traditional Western values [LETTER]

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Short hair has little to do with traditional Western values THE MP for Jalan Kayu. Mr Heng Chiang Meng, m a speech (ST, April 21) said that "Singapore should make a return to traditional values, just like what was happening m the United States with the election of Mr Ronald

Did the musician declare he had a gun? [LETTER]

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Did the musician declare he had a gun? I READ not without concern a report m your paper on the detention by Malaysian authorities of a member of a popular musical group which performed here recently. (ST, May 10). He was detained after a pistol and an ammunition magazine were

Jobs: A question of supply/demand [LETTER]

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Jobs: A question of supply/demand A degree should not be valued only m money terms I READ Mr Robert Chong's letter of May 12 on the plight of accountancy graduates with great concern. I hope his attitude is not representative of accountancy or other graduates. Perhaps he and his friends

Foreign papers required reading for perspective [LETTER]

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Foreign papers required reading for perspective I WISH to speak out strongly against the proposed law to restrict foreign publications. No doubt local newspapers must have their merits, but I'm not interested m how many people turned up during the May Day celebrations or braved the rain. Foreign newspapers are

Prevent inmates from absconding from homes [LETTER]

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Prevent inmates from absconding from homes I WOULD like to relate the case of a certain inmate of the Pelangi Home who has absconded five times from the home. Each time it was with great difficulty that I got the police to take him back to the home, which is

Transport museum is still just an idea [LETTER]

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Transport museum is still just an idea I WAS very interested to read Mr Richard Chong's letter (ST, April 29), but I fear he may well have to wait a long time for any sign of interest from the Singapore Tourist Promotion Board and the other authorities he implicitly addresses.

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Banks lead losses [ARTICLE]

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Banks lead losses BANKING stocks were the top losers as prices eased marginally m quiet trading on the Singapore market yesterday. Falls led rises 84 to 38. Although The Straits Times Industrial Index ended 0.32 points ahead at 593.87, the Business Times Composite Index fell 3.02 points to 496.81. Volume

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Philippines woos investment [ARTICLE]

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Philippines woos investment MANILA Pledging more flexible government policies, Industry and Trade Minister Mr Jose Concepcion yesterday urged foreign businessmen to abandon their wait-and-see attitude and invest m the Philippines 'We will be flexible about the percentage of foreign ownership m investment areas, subject of course to legal and constitutional

9,300 Thai tin workers laid off [ARTICLE]

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9,300 Thai tin workers laid off BANGKOK Some 221 of Thailand's 597 tin mines shut down m the first four months of the year because of the slump m world tin prices. Rachan Kanjana-Vanit, president of the mining council, said. About 9.300 workers, 30 per cent of the Thai tinmining

Leading suppliers [ARTICLE]

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Leading suppliers RIYADH Japan remained Saudi Arabia's leading supplier of goods last year, accounting for exports to the kingdom of 16.2 billion riyals (about 559.7 billion) m 1965, down from the previous year's total of 23.6 billion riyals. The second largest supplier was the United States with exports totalling 14.5

'8% GNP growth' for Seoul [ARTICLE]

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'8% GNP growth' for Seoul SEOUL South Korea's gross national product (GNP) is expected to grow more than 8 per cent this year compared with 5.1 per cent last year, Bank of Korea Governor Park Sung-Sang said. Mr Park told a meeting of bank officials that, despite the expected high

Carmakers' plans [ARTICLE]

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Carmakers' plans TOKYO Three Japanese motor vehicle manufacturers have revealed plans to build cars and trucks m the US and Canada. Fuji Heavy Industries and Isuzu Motors said they have reached basic agreement to jointly manufacture sub-compact cars and trucks m the US, starting m late 1989. Suzuki Motor Co

M&L finally wins Bangkok bus deal [ARTICLE]

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M&L finally wins Bangkok bus deal MARA FERNANDEZ By It clinches $100 million contract and will negotiate two more SINGAPORE'S Motor Leasing's hard-fought battle for the contract to revamp Bangkok's transport system has paid off the company yesterday finally won a $100 million deal with the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority.

Marco Polo bid 'will not be raised' [ARTICLE]

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Marco Polo bid 'will not be raised' CONRAD RAJ By HOTEL Marco Polo shareholders who have held oat tor a better price from the Hongkong 4k Kowloon Wharf Godown Company are la fur a disappointment. Hongkong shipping magnate Sir Yue Kong Pae's company, which to attempting to take tall control

City Securities 'advised to sell seat on exchange' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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City Securities 'advised to sell seat on exchange' CONRAD RAJ By THE latest twist m the saga of beleaguered stockbroking firm, City Securities, is said to involve a proposed sale of its seat on the stock exchange to a newlyformed company to help pay its huge debts. This is believed

M$8.2 settlement for Jack Chia subsidiary [ARTICLE]

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M$8.2 settlement for Jack Chia subsidiary JACK CHIA Enterprises subsidiary Eastern Oriental Hotel has received MsB.2 million from underwriters In a claims' settlement against consultants In relation to Its E*O complex development In Penang. Another EftO claim against the substructure contractor has also been settled. E&O will retain M5445,8«7 dne

Mansfield Travel links up with giant US group [ARTICLE]

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Mansfield Travel links up with giant US group N. BALAKRISHNAN By MANSFIELD Travel Pte Ltd, a member of the Straits Steamship Group, has been appointed an international associate of Ask Mr Foster (AMF), an affiliate of the largest travel group m the United States. AMF is a member of the

Risis unveils quartz orchids [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Risis unveils quartz orchids MARA FERNANDEZ By RISIS is now turning to quartz orchids, rather than gilded ones, to dazzle the big-spending tourist. The Singapore souvenir company yesterday introduced its quartz crystal jewellery, which is part of the Royal Risis collection, at an exhibition held m conjunction with the Bruce

Wannian $9.7 m in red — future hinges on Furama sale [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Wannian $9.7 m in red future hinges on Furama sale ANTHONY HOE By CASH-STRAPPED Wannian Holdings, which reported a heavy group loss of $9.7 million before tax yesterday, revealed that it had been forced to sell its investments m its China hotels to meet its debts, even before the proposed

Business done in Singapore [ARTICLE]

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Business done in Singapore READERS should be aware of the fcmtatnm of this information. Not every transaction, nor every price dealt m at the Singapore and Kuala Lumpur stock exchanges, is necessarily covered m "business done". Further because aH dealings at a particular price are grouped together, the table does

Business done in Kuala Lumpur [ARTICLE]

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Business done in Kuala Lumpur INDUSTRIALS Acmo (0 906) Aimomoto (3 06S) AMD (3 20S) Alcomiss .-6) (I) 0 55 AISB (0 48 .S) n 049 (8) 0 48. (2) 0 48 (2) 0 47 i API (0 328 0 335) 1) 032 ASM ;0 708 070 S) (32) 070

How your stocks performed [ARTICLE]

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How your stocks performed Al shares quoted have a par value of $1, unless otherwise specified Ad ius tec for scrip/rights. N Tax -exempted dividend. ABM is traded m lots of 10 shares each, with the price quoted m dollars 1986 Last Yield Voi Day ttfti Low Company Sale Chance

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Bank rates [ARTICLE]

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Bank rates OCBC OUB UOB DBS DEPOSIT RATES Savings daily 5 4*4 4'j 4'» Monthly 5 Autosave 4 < Fixed deposit 1 month 44 4*4 4 4'«(1) 2 months 4> 4 (1) 3 months 4>4 4 4 4. 4 1 (1) 6 months 4 4 4 i 4 1 9

FOREIGN EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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FOREIGN EXCHANGE Interbank Over the counter Foreign Local dollars to Foreign currency currency one unit of to Sslo foreign currency Australian dollar 1.6080—1.6120 6.44—6.18 Canadian dollar 1.6130—1.6143 6.27—6.16 HI dollar 1.2284-1.2323 8.50—8.14 Sterling pound 3.3636—3.3673 3.01—2.96 US dollar 2.2195-2.2205 4.54-4.49 Local dollars to 100 units of foreign currency Austrian schilling

Forex [ARTICLE]

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Forex THE US dollar closed higher against most major currencies at 3 pm yesterday. Against the Singapore dollar, it closed firmer m narrow trading. It fluctuated within a range of 2.2170 and 2.2195. Against the deutschemark, the greenback opened at 2.2225/35 and closed at 2.2240/50. Trading was quiet, fluctuating within

Gold [ARTICLE]

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Gold THE kilobar market traded between 5524,444 and 5524,608 yesterday. In the Far East market, gold opened m the morning at UXXXXX.70/ 343.10 m quiet trading. It rose to touch the day's high of UXXXXX.80/ 343.20 and closed for lunch at UXXXXX.60/ 343.00. In the afternoon session, it drifted lower

Gold market [ARTICLE]

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Gold market GOLD Uss/oz Mon Fri Singapore 342.30—342.70 342.10-342.40 Hongkong 342.45 342.75 342.20—342.60 Fri Thurs New York 342.75—343.25 342.25 342.75 London 343.25—343.75 342.25 342.75

Unit trusts [ARTICLE]

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Unit trusts Managers' prices for May 20 Singapore Unit Trust The Commerce 0 73— 0 77xd The Savings Fund 0.63—0.68 Spore Prog Fund 0 31—0 33 Spore Sec Fund 0 52-0 56 Spore Invest Fund 047—051 Spore Equity Fund 0.36—0.38 Asia Unit Trust Mai Invest Fund 1 08— 1 18

Rubber [ARTICLE]

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Rubber Rubber Closing prices cents/kHo I Singapore June 169 00 unchanged Malaysia 1 June' 199 M) unchanged

Tin [ARTICLE]

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Tin Tin Closing prices MS/klo XL Tin 14.00 down tour cents Turnover 60 tonnes up 26 tonnes

Copper [ARTICLE]

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Copper Qosn| prices Copper £/t«aie Fri Spot 937 00-937 50 (930 00-930 50" 3 months 946 00 946 5C (940 00-940 50 Market tone Steadier Saies 9 850

Silver [ARTICLE]

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Silver Ctoani pricf. Silver USJ troy oz Mot Fn Singapore bO5 bIC 5 05-5 10 Fn Ihu". N*» M 505 i M k0 L iII Source C'eO' .v-w SjpM

Aluminium [ARTICLE]

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Aluminium Ciosmg prices Aluminium E/tomc Fri Spot 757 00-757 50 (753.00-755 001 3 months XXXXX— 753 0C (745.00-747 00) Market tone Steady Sales 15.800

Palm oil [ARTICLE]

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Palm oil Crude ms tor™ palm oil May 56C i south I north 557 50 i central I lurv 562 50 tsouth) Refined palm oi USJ tonnes RBO palm oil June 25C i sellers July ?4? 5C (nten Au£ ?45 (sellers; RBD Stearin )une July Auf 210 < seller v

Stock markets round-up

INDICES [ARTICLE]

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INDICES NST Index h Monday 955.65 (957.66) ~~s Hongkong Hang Seng ~W _4_ Monday 1.765.02 (1,787.08) I Austraian All-Ordinaries Monday 1,197.9 (1,194.3) y Nikkei Stock Average 1 Monday 15,697.53(15,674.03) L Financial rmes Industrials i Friday 1,289.5 (1,302.6) Dow Jones Average ]g? Friday 1,759.67 (1,774.68) (Figures m brackets refer to those

100 stocks on insider trading check-list [ARTICLE]

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100 stocks on insider trading check-list NEW YORK SEEKING new information on insider trading and former Wall Street merger executive Mr Dennis Levine, who is accused of insider trading m 54 stocks, the Securities and Exchange Commission (Sec) is circulating a list of about 100 takeover stocks at the three

Prices drift with bank stocks closing lower [ARTICLE]

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Prices drift with bank stocks closing lower BANKS were the biggest losers as prices eased m thin trading on the Singapore stock market yesterday. Malayan Banking fell 17 cents to $2.89, OCBC lost 10 cents to $6.25, DBS 10 to $5.20, UOB 10 to $3.18 and OUB six cents to

Hongkong [ARTICLE]

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Tokyo [ARTICLE]

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Tokyo Mrtsub Elec 349 +2 Mitsub Estate 1740 unch Mitsub Heavy 368 I Mitsubishi 695 -10 Mitsui Co 433 +2 Mitsui Shipbklg 139 -I Mitsui Smelting 362 -I Mitsukoshi 960 +2 Mitsumi 1190 +20 Murato Mfg 2320 +70 Nee 1520 +30 N*ko Sec 1850 +89: Nip Light Metal 230 3

Sydney [ARTICLE]

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Sydney Way 19 Cents Change (Awl) A C I 377 unch A N I 320 -5 APM Aberfoyle 690 Age 328 -2 Aided Mills Ampol Exp I9OS Ampol Pet 240 unch Ant 582 -8 Ashton 157 +2 B H P 826 +6 Beach Petroleum 68 unch Bed Group 854 +4

Container schedules [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Container schedules Receipt of Export FCL containers and LCL cargo Delivery of FCL import containers Ship (Voyate) Boies Available Tung Hai I iGISi COD 18 5 f0920 1 Bumi Persada (517- COD 18 5 104 Vira Bhum >2> COD 18 5 (1315 B Bjtang ,!951%i COD 18 5 (1225) Tam&ang

Ships in port [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ships in port Vessel Berth Arr Dep Keppd Wharves Equator 3 K22 aside 20/5 Golden Bear K29 aside 20/5 Kota Waruna K3l aside 20/5 Kota Wiaiaya K3l aside 20/5 Shunyo Maru K2l aside 20/5 Straits Pride K24E aside 20/5 Tomoh Satu K2O aside 20/5 Trautenbels Kl6 aside 20/5 Caly Kll

MPHB outlines its plan to ride out hard times [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MPHB outlines its plan to ride out hard times KUALA LUMPUR MULTI-PURPOSE Holdings Bhd, whose earnings hut year were dealt a severe blow by the slump hi the shipping industry, is waiting for the tide to turn so that it can sell some of its 34 wstls and recover The

JMB starts as Mase Westpac [ARTICLE]

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JMB starts as Mase Westpac LONDON The sale of the core businesses of Johnson Matthey Bankers Ltd to Westpac Ranking Corp has been completed and the company has begun trading as Mase Westpac Ltd. The Bank of England sold JMB's bullion, foreign exchange and treasury businesses or about 90 per

S'pore firm to hold China fair [ARTICLE]

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S'pore firm to hold China fair JUDY TAN By It wins deal for Beijing building exhibition A SINGAPORE company has obtained approval to stage an international building exhibition m China next year m the face of international competition. The exhibition, to be held m Beijing from No v 6 to

More cuts at Occidental [ARTICLE]

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More cuts at Occidental LOS ANGELES Occidental Petroleum Corp is making further cuts m its capital spending budget for this year and eliminating 2,000 jobs. Occidental's capital spending is now expected to be USS9SO million (SS2.I billion), down a further US$l5O million from the cuts announced m March and down

Lum Chang eyes new Guangzhou hotel venture [ARTICLE]

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Lum Chang eyes new Guangzhou hotel venture NORA CHENG By CONSTRUCTION group Lbbb Chang Holdings may take ever an •baited USSM million (XXXXX.2 million) SinePUlpine Intel project In I jam Chang has also placed as offer to bay a betel In Manila. Talks are enly at a preliminary stage en

Moneywise [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Palmco now has 28% of Berjaya Corporation [ARTICLE]

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Palmco now has 28% of Berjaya Corporation PALMCO Holdings Bhd has bought 21.77 million shares m Berjaya Corporation Bhd for M 539.2 million, or Mfl.Bo a share. The latest acquisition on the open market, together with the 2.2 million Berjaya shares it already owned, brought Palmco's holding m Berjaya Corporation

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HOME

Registry ends after-hours weekend weddings [ARTICLE]

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Registry ends after-hours weekend weddings MATILDA GABRIEL By IT WAS a wedding proposal turned down time and again. So the Registry of Marriages has decided to throw m the towel on after-office-hours weekend weddings. Ten years ago, the registry opened its doors after office hours on weekends to make it

On-line Toto betting gets off to a quiet start [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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On-line Toto betting gets off to a quiet start THE ON-LINE betting for Toto started yesterday, with hardly any queues or crowds at legal betting outlets. This is expected, according to several agents yesterday, because Thursdays and Saturdays, and not Mondays, are usually the busiest days for Toto sales. The

Wanted: Dancers seeking a bubbly time [ARTICLE]

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Wanted: Dancers seeking a bubbly time SPHERE of Influence has fewer bubbles than champagne there are only five altogether but all the bubbles dance. The idea behind this outdoor ballet is for the six dancers m five plastic bubbles to mimic what happens m particle physics, says Mr Terance Scales.

$700 fine for stealing handbag in church [ARTICLE]

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$700 fine for stealing handbag in church A MAN was fined $700 yesterday for stealing a woman's handbag m church on Sunday. Jinois bin Kuntian, 32, a Malaysian, was seen at St Andrew's Cathedral by a police inspector clutching a woman's handbag, partly covered by his jacket that morning. When

Fatal jump from building [ARTICLE]

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Fatal jump from building AN old woman whose escape from a fire was cut off by a gutted staircase jumped from the second level of a pre-war building but landed on her head. Madam Lim Ah Choo, 85, was warded m hospital after the fire on Dec 2 last year

Asian costumes on the catwalk at museum [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Asian costumes on the catwalk at museum FOR the past two months, a group of people have been raiding the National Museum's textile room and storeroom and stripping costumes off the mannequins very carefully, of course. Last night, they had a fancy dress party where the result of the "raids"

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RACING

Grand weekend for local riders [ARTICLE]

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Grand weekend for local riders ROGER YUE A clean sweep of all 20 races POST-MORTEM... By Racing Editor FULL-LICENCE expatriate jockeys Mark Sestich, Peter Johnson and Ernie Johnson and visiting Australian rider Chris Barrett had, among them, 39 mounts at Bukit Timah last weekend. But they failed to greet the

Follow these horses [ARTICLE]

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Follow these horses TONTO THESE horses did well over the weekend and can be followed: Peatftgrsm jumped well from barrier 14 and kept up with the pace m the Class 2 Div 2 race over 1,400 m to finish third to Dreamer. The 1,200 m this weekend will suit him.

Like father, like son [ARTICLE]

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Like father, like son FORMER j«ekey Ismail Asbtn proudly lead* In Eager T* G«, ridden to vlctory by his MB, apprentice A*har bottU, In R*c« 1 at Buklt Tlmak Satordmy.

How they ran at Bukit Timah on Saturday [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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How they ran at Bukit Timah on Saturday Pletues by AND At the 400 m At the finish fhsfhhgf shfhj gjgd djdghj dghjdghj jgdj dgjdghj -|jjjjjjgjj- jdghj jhgj jghjjjghjh ALBERT SIM JONATHAN CHOO Class 4 Div 5 1.200 m 1. Eager To Go 2. Careless Whisper 3. Gutsy 4. Mick

Albuino back in Perth but still out [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Albuino back in Perth but still out PERTH Former champion Perth jockey lan Albuino, disqualified for four weeks by the Royal Hongkong Jockey Club for allegedly tipping punters other than his mounts' connections m the colony, has returned home But he cannot resume race riding until next month. He also

$1.4 m Oaks winner [ARTICLE]

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$1.4 m Oaks winner TOKYO French-bred filly Mejiro Ramonu easily won the U4 million yen (about SSI4 million) Japanese Oaks run over 2,400 m at Tokyo Racecourse yesterday. She beat Yu Miroku by V-h lengths with Dyna Actress third. The winner's purse was 60 million yen.— Reuter

ALONG THE RAIL [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ALONG THE RAIL JON BY) "Yen, OMttwr, Roger has premised to give op bane betting at the end «f the year."

Read is worthy successor to Allan [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Read is worthy successor to Allan TONTO ■y CHARLES READ is fast establishing himself as a worthy successor to former champion trainer Ivan Allan. Barely a month at the helm after years as an trainer to Allan, Read has already saddled five winners. He made his debut as a Grade

Eight sent up to top class [ARTICLE]

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Eight sent up to top class THE following Class 2 horses who won or were placed at Bukit Timah last weekend have been sent up to the top class (new ratings within brackets): Gordon's Will (136), Bring Your Own (130). Mandalay D (126), Henderson (123), Gower Ramsey (122), Dreamer (122),

Discharged [ARTICLE]

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Discharged APPRENTICE CM. Kam, who was sent lor medical observa Uon after being dislodged from Fearless Pat m a race at Bukit Timah on Saturday, has been discharged from hospital.

This weekend's weights [ARTICLE]

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This weekend's weights WEIGHTS, barrier draw and rating for this weekend's races at Bukit Timah: SATURDAY Auckland Racing Club Trophy Class 2 2,000 m (Ratings: 115-91) 14 Fascination ID 57 115 7 Trend Defy 57 115 6 Tukang Wang 57 115 12 High Index 54.5 110 16 Silence Is Golden

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OBITUARIES

181 Deaths 181 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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181 Deaths 181 Deaths ANG KIM SYE Age 72 passed away peacefully on 18th May 1986 leaving behind Wife: Yeo Bee Neo Son* Daughter* m law Victor Kathleen Richard Charmlan William Patrina Daughters Son-in-law Juliet Toh Weng Cheong Jeanette Grandchildren Warren Stewart Christopher Felix Toh Yu-Ming Toh Yu-Ping Th« cortege

182 Acknowledgements [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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182 Acknowledgements The family of the late S.M. ZAIN ADROSE Departed: 18.5.86 with to express their heartfelt thanks to relatives, friends find cOil6«ftQu#s tor tn#ir ot*oft" dance, condolences and wreaths during their recent himmnunt The family of the late MR. SRI SEY TE alias SIEW SEY TE Departed 12th May

184 In Memoriam [OBITUARY]

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184 In Memoriam In loving mamory of our beloved parawU MR. a MRS. M. RAJAGOPAL Though gone but still alive m our hearts. Sweet memonea will always be dearly cherished by your loving CfMWaWwffl ■no *ll IPliO (MM.

183 Condolences 183 Condolences [OBITUARY]

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183 Condolences 183 Condolences TOH TOH will be closed on Thursday, 22nd May 1986 as a mark of respect to the late Mr. Ang Kirn Sye, father of Mrs. Juliet Toh.

184 In Memoriam [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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184 In Memoriam IN LOVING MEMORY Of MOM ANG SIEW BEE Departed 20 May 'S3 Always remembered by husband Man Guan Lin, daugh t© mi f*ofi su a n and "on Q^k sno eit l tovxi on#s. In Loving Memory Of Our Mother MDM. RASOO MEENACHI Departed Date: 20.5.84 Always

TIMESPORT

WORLD CUP SNIPPETS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WORLD CUP SNIPPETS Italy Step UD pace: Defending champions Italy plan to intensify their training as their opening match against Bulgaria on May 31 approaches. Italy held their third practice session on Sunday at Jose Lopez I'ortillo since arriving m Puebla, 130 kilometres east of Me rico. The pace has

Another blow to Brazilians

Now right-back Edson twists ankle in friendly [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Now right-back Edson twists ankle in friendly picture MEXICO CITY Right-back Edson twisted his ankle as Brazil limped to a workout win against local side Atlante here on Sunday, adding to the South American soccer giants' World Cup injury woes. Edson's injury was described as fairly minor but coach Tele

Pele takes a swipe at Santana [ARTICLE]

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Pele takes a swipe at Santana RIO DE JANEIRO Pele, the retired "king" of Brazilian soccer, criticised national coach Tele Santana and their "stow and predictable" tactics m an interview published on Sonday by a leading news weekly. The 4€-year~old who led Brazil to World Cap glory m 1158, IM2

Injured Hodge can only rest and hope [ARTICLE]

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Injured Hodge can only rest and hope COLORADO SPRINGS (Colorado) Steve Hodge has just three days to prove to England soccer manager Bobby Robson that he can fulfil a crucial midfield mission m Mexico. The Aston Villa player, called up to plug the midfield gap m the event of injury

A humiliation for Real [ARTICLE]

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A humiliation for Real MADRID Barcelona inflicted a humiliating 4-0 defeat on Real Madrid m a second-round second-leg Spanish League Cup soccer match on Sunday, winning 6-2 on aggregate. To add to Real's shame, midfielder Rafael Martin Vazquez was sent off m the 44th minute for insulting the referee. Paraguayan

RESULTS ROUND-UP [ARTICLE]

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RESULTS ROUND-UP CZECH: Dynamo Budejovice 1 Banik Ostrava 1, Bohemians Prague 3 RH Cheb 1, TJ Vitkovice 0 Lokomotiva Kosice 0, Spartak Tranava 1 Sparta Prague 0, ZVL Zilina 2 Inter Bratislava 1, Dae Dunajska Streda 2 Slavia Prague 1, Sigma Olomouc 1 Dukla B Bystrica 1, Dukla Prague 2

Brands Hatch secured [ARTICLE]

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Brands Hatch secured BRANDS HATCH The future of Brands Hatch, one of the world's most famous auto racing venues, was secured on Sunday with the announcement that the track had been bought by a 38-year-old millionaire fan. John Foulston, 38, has bought Brands and two other British circuits Oulton Park

SPORT IN SHORT [ARTICLE]

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SPORT IN SHORT BOXING South Korean Chung Ky Young retained his International Boxing Featherweight title m Seoul on Sunday with a 15-round decision over American challenger Richard Savage. BASKETBALL Boston won the American NBA Eastern Conference final when they beat Milwaukee 111-107 m their best-of-seven play-off series on Sunday. Other

A Gross failure twice [ARTICLE]

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A Gross failure twice MONACO France's Stephan Caron beat world re-cord-holder Michael Gross, of West Germany, on Sunday m their 200 metres freestyle duel, notching up a psychological advantage for the World Championships m Madrid m August. Caron was slightly behind the German after two lengths of Monaco's Olympic Pool,

The best is yet to be [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The best is yet to be KEN JALLEH JR By After 11 -year reign, ACS still strive to remain shuttle kingpins 4 To us, our school motto (The best is yet to be) means that we can be better, that there is always another peak to conquer. So we try

Zul soars, but his feet are on the ground [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Zul soars, but his feet are on the ground JANICE SEAH By IN THE space of a few years, 17-year-old Zulhairiani Ali has progressed from bored boy to best boy. When the talented Bedok North Secondary School student first began playing football, he did it simply to escape the boredom

Beating the odds, single-handedly [ARTICLE]

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Beating the odds, single-handedly TO mv that Low Han-Tzen won single-handedly against overwhelming odds is not an exercise la exaggeration. It Is an understatement. like most kit age, this Anglo-Chinese School Secondary Two student is restless with Innocent exuberance. True to Us school's tradition, he is a winner at badminton,

Tapping the young talent [ARTICLE]

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Tapping the young talent MAHMOOD GAZNAVI By BEFORE the young become the restless, the Singapore Hockey Association should move m and tap our budding talent. The recently-concluded inter-school tournament has thrown up a number of players with promising skills. From the under-20 finalists Raffles Junior College and Victoria Junior College

Ansari answers Raffles' rally [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ansari answers Raffles' rally TAY CHENG KHOON By IT WAS exactly a decade ago when A. Ansari, then a sprightly 18-year-old, left the gates of Raffles Institution to face the world. It was supposed to be the severing of the umbilical cord that had for six years joined a grateful

ON FOREIGN AND LOCAL FAIRWAYS

Clark's eagle success [ARTICLE]

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Clark's eagle success MADRID Britain's Howard Clark pitched m from the rough for an eaglethree at the final hole to beat lan BakerFinch, of Australia, by a shot m Sunday's Spanish Open golf championship. Clark, already Europe's leading money winner after his victory m the Madrid Open and second place

Becky's first PGA win [ARTICLE]

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Becky's first PGA win CHATHAM (New Jersey) Becky Pearson won her first Ladies PGA victory m the US$2OO,OOO ($442,000) Classic women's event here on Sunday. Peai so»» shot a two-un-der-par 71 to finish at sev-en-under-par 212. Irwilmg scores (Americans unless stated): 212 Becky Pearson 71, 70, 71. 213 Deb Richard

Bee Khim's title by 32 strokes [ARTICLE]

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Bee Khim's title by 32 strokes TAY CHENG KHOON KEE BEE KHIM captured the 54-hole Singapore Island Country Club ladies' championship with a creditable one-un-der-par 215 at the Island Course The Republic's long-reigning golfing queen returned cards of 70, 74, 71 to win by a massive 32 strokes from Helen

Pohl wins play-off [ARTICLE]

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Pohl wins play-off FORT WORTH (Texas) Dan Pohl birdied the first extra hole to beat fellow American Payne Stewart m the US$6OO,OOO ($1.3 m) Colonial National Invitation tournament for his first PGA success. Leading «e«re« (American unless stated): 2t6 Dan Pohl 68, 69, 68; Payne Stewart 72, 67, 66 (Pohl

Tough one for Farouk [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Tough one for Farouk HAKIKAT RAI By Ex-manager becomes national hockey coach FORMER team manager Farouk Marican has been appointed coach of the Singapore hockey squad. The 40-year-olds first task will be to whip up a strong team for the annual Malaysian Hockey Federation Razak Cup, from July 27-Aug 2

CRICKET

Baptiste helps Kent to capitalise [ARTICLE]

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Baptiste helps Kent to capitalise LONDON All-rounder Eldine Baptiste, not needed by the West Indies during their recent demolition of England m the Caribbean, produced a reminder of his match-winning ability for Kent on Sunday. Baptiste captured four for 25 with his fast-medium bowling to help clinch a seven-run Sunday

Kapil hits tour's first ton [ARTICLE]

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Kapil hits tour's first ton SOUTHAMPTON India's captain Kapil Dcv was the inspiration of a .stirring recovery against Hampshire on Sunday with the first century of the tour. All-rounder Kapil hammered 115 not out, reaching three figures m 92 deliveries to lift India from 113 for five to 297 for

Botham may have blown it [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Botham may have blown it LONDON English cricket chiefs met yesterday to decide on the fn tore of all-rounder lan Botham foUo wing his cwlMrtM on Sunday that he had smoked cannabis several times during his career. Botham, who wrote In the Mall on Sanday newspaper that he had used

Cubans rule the ring [ARTICLE]

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Cubans rule the ring RENO Cuba dominated this year's World Boxing Championships on Sunday, finishing with a total of seven gold medals of the 12 at stake. They also won two silver medals. The United States won three golds and two silvers. The only other countries to win gold medals

TENPIN BOWLING

Cash to keep the ball rolling [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Cash to keep the ball rolling IT was smiles all round when Philip Wong (toft), president of the Singapore Tenptn BowlIng Cragress, thanked Raymond Tay for his V*,m donation at an informal meeting yesterday. The money tram Tay, general manager of Thong Hut Pte limited, will help to upkeep the

Yusman's lead gives Police a breakthrough [ARTICLE]

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Yusman's lead gives Police a breakthrough PETER SIOW By POLICE extended their long arms to smother Toa Payoh 3-0 for their first National Football League Division One victory of the season at Jalan Besar Stadium last night. Yusman Yusof (2) and Suhaimi Maswari scored the goals to ensure that justice

STBC set junior coaching standard [ARTICLE]

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STBC set junior coaching standard PETER SIOW THE Singapore Tenpin Bowling Congress plans to standardise coaching of Junior bowlers. The 20 coaches, most of whom graduated from the Dick Ritger course last year, were told at Striker's Bowl, Hougang, yesterday to adhere to the STBC coaching manual. This way, continuity

Irving misses mark in 1,500m qualifier [ARTICLE]

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Irving misses mark in 1,500 m qualifier ALBERT JOHNSON IRVING NG, of People's Association Youth Swimming Club, failed to make the grade on the first day of the Asian Games qualifying trial at the Chinese Swimming Club's old pool m Amber Road yesterday. Irving, a student of Saint Andrew's Secondary

Calf injury stops Cram [ARTICLE]

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Calf injury stops Cram GATESHEAD (England) Double world record-holder Steve Cram failed to complete his first race on his return to action here on Sunday. The Englishman, who has just finished training at altitude m Bolder, Colorado, dropped out halfway through the 5,000 metres m the North-eastern Counties Championships. Cram

TENNIS

Lendl pulls rank on lowly Emilio [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Lendl pulls rank on lowly Emilio ROME Ivan Lendl ended Spaniard Emilio Sanchez's giant-killing run with a convincing win m the final of the UXXXXX,000 Italian Open on Sunday. Sanchez, 20, playing m his first major final, was m contention m the first two sets but crumbled m the face

Martina makes date with Steffi [ARTICLE]

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Martina makes date with Steffi WEST BERLIN Martina Navratilova overcame the gritty Claudia KohdeKilsch on Sunday to keep a final date with 16-year-old wondergirl Steffi Graf m the West German Open. Martina was made to battle for 97 minutes before beating her West German opponent 7-6, 6-2. But Steffi had

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SISTER CAROLINE LABBE IJ Age 90 passed away peacefully on 19.5.86 Funeral mass m Convent Chapel, Ang Mo Kio at 2pm on 20.546 and thence to CCX Cemetery.

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HOCKEY SHA Premier League: SCC v Punggol (Padang). Wv 1: SRC B v Police Juniors (Padang), Safsa v NTI (Tanglin Oval). Mv 2: Police Gurkhas v Singapore Pakistan League (PA) all at 5.30. SOCCER BBHFL Sr k.o semi-final: SIA Group v Hotel Meridien (Jin Besar, 8). Friendly: SCC Ist XI

Bank officer turns inventor to produce safer grass cutter [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Bank officer turns inventor to produce safer grass cutter TONG YOKE THO By Device with lightweight shield to be tested soon by Parks and Recreation Dept A FORMER bank affleer was shattered when he saw his knkm car windscreea one day several years ag«. He looked avwui and saw a

Radiation effects 'will show in 100,000' [ARTICLE]

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Radiation effects 'will show in 100,000' Bonn steps up demands for compensation LOS ANGELES As many as 100,000 Soviets will suffer long-term effects of radiation from the Chernobyl nuclear plant accident that already has killed 13 people, an American bonemarrow specialist said. The bleak news came on Sunday as West

Hawke calls Canberra from Beijing to allay fears [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Hawke calls Canberra from Beijing to allay fears That 'banana republic' warning by Treasurer CANBERRA Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke, now on a visit to Beijing, held urgent talks over a telephone hookup with senior ministers yesterday amid press reports that there was a major rift between Mr Hawke and

Lankan planes 'bomb Jaffna' [ARTICLE]

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Lankan planes 'bomb J af f n a' 15 injured, say residents; No confirmation from govt COLOMBO Sri Lankan air force planes and helicopters bombed and strafed the northern city of Jaffna yesterday as Tamil guerillas strongly resisted a government drive to reassert control m the separatist stronghold. The residents

China wages war on soaring crime rate [ARTICLE]

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China wages war on soaring crime rate BEIJING Faced with soaring urban violence and a staggering rise m crime, China has intensified a crackdown on robbers, rapists and murderers, the official China Daily newspaper reported yesterday. Despite a 33-month-old crackdown on "serious crime" m which an estimated 20,000 people have

13 killed in tour bus fire [ARTICLE]

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13 killed in tour bus fire BANGKOK Thirteen passengers were killed and 12 others injured yesterday when a tour coach caught fire m Saraburi province, 108 km north of here, police said. The bus developed engine trouble on its way to Bangkok from the northeastern Maha Sarakham province, and the

Dow Jones [ARTICLE]

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Dow Jones NEW YORK The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials slipped 4.47 points to 1,755.33 m the first hour of trading on the New York Stock Exchange yesterday. AP

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Soviets Mlate dead heroes of Ch«rn«byl: P»ge4 Fresh f o«d from Europe free from r»dl»tion: Page*

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31st May -29th June Commencing Date: 2/6, 10/6, 16/6, 23/6 Duration: 5 days (Mon Fri) Course Fee: 5599.00 Syllabus 1 Plan how to solve problems step by step on a flowchart 2) Be creative m 3 dimensional drawing 3) Draw pictures using LOGO graphics Approved by the Ministry of Education.

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Persistence pays off Motor Leasing receives letter of intent for $100 m contract from Bangkok Mass Transit Authority Some hotels are negotiating wage freeze for next 2-3 years B| Top quality for I top people Tell your vendor you need Businest Times, or ring Betty Ton on XXXXX1 1, ext

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1 *?Wm? Weather UP TO 1 p.m. Showers over few areas from late morning onwards. TEMP. (C) up to 6 a.m. tomorrow: 31 max., 26 mm SUNSET today: 7.07 pm; SUNRISE tomorrow: 6.56 am. GLOBAL HEATHER Adelaide 12/17 C Rain Manila 24/33 C Cloudy Amsterdam 11/24 C Clear Melbourne 12/16

Section Two

Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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THE STRAITS TIMES. TUESDAY. MAY 20, 1986 Section Two

Design & Decor

Towering Black Beauty [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Towering Black Beauty The Glass Hotel's extravagant use of tinted glass gives it an implacable and brooding facade. But inside, natural light floods m to enhance the region's highest atrium. CHRISTINE KHOR takes you on a tour inside. Photographs by Ground facts: Size: 14,415 sq m, 509 rooms Cost: about

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I i a^^fc^^afl b^bh _Jr W^anß I ■Julio the violin iq\ I Duet I IQ clubs that don't have your number Some high IQ clubs have gone higher than the well-known Mensa their members have IQ scores that put them among the elite of elites New Hope for the Mind

Home & Family

Clubs for brainy folks only [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Clubs for brainy folks only High IQ clubs have an exclusive aura, but even among the elite, there are the elite. BARBARA 0 NEIL describes the top-of-the-line societies including one that has only one member qualified to join and finds out why they were formed and whether their members consider

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The Motherhood Childcare Handbook '86 V^T^-E^'' ls Exclusive| y Yours If 1 r You Subscribe To 24 lffiJMil.»iiL€#-»l Issues Off MOTHERHOOD i;H»n;ill»T^.l>.i AND CHILDCARE MAGAZINE g!^" lw j|| mm me lacxs moincro ___kW^ Bp*f|S7| *B^sfn_r__M need t0 know at a _H __l_l_B-ilii_'il_Bl_g_M__l glance are present fl MBf t^~—^£^^^L£L^22££~2S2ii^i^ inside this

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i CAPITOL-CHANGI: 13th BIG DAY! CAPITOL: 11am. 1.45, 4.00, 6.30, 9.15 No Free List CHANGI: 11am, 1.45, 4.00. 6.45, 9.15 No Free List I m 1 I *£^S^. e or'Q' oo casT is coming to |J wk b^Sl /fSfckk^*fSiiL anc lts open season P I W&9t^NJt^K^tk^mr on anyone who gets

Decor & Design

Bachelor dolls up his life [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Bachelor dolls up his life MAGDALENE LUM visits a Baba businessman who has some lovely ladies to keep him company m his hobby room, where he paints, writes poetry and works on antique beadwork. A Room of |5S My Own ||j BABA businessman Vincent Tan's favourite spot m his fourroom

Yuppies pick up etiquette to succeed in careers [ARTICLE]

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Yuppies pick up etiquette to succeed in careers BARBARA DEWITT By THE flower children of the XXXXX, now grown up into affluent, well-educated Yuppies, have bought the idea that etiquette is a ticket to the upper rungs of the career ladder. Modelling schools, called charm and finishing schools m the

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Mandarin by touch [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mandarin by touch Blind children can now learn to read and write m Mandarin, thanks to a new system of Braille. GOH BENG CHOO takes a look at the pilot project which is bringing new hope to pupils at the Singapore Association for the Blind's school. A RAY of hope

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Blind man compiles Braille dictionary [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Blind man compiles Braille dictionary THE first Braille Chinese-En-glish, English-Chinese dlctioIt took Chen Koo Stain, a blind maa, she years to write the lM*-page, IM-volume dictionary, which Is now m Taiwan's National Central Library awaiting duplication for the blind. Clement Chang, president of Tamkang University, and Bmma Chug Yuan, a

Bilingual Dwibahasa

An effort to help popularise bangsawan [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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An effort to help popularise bangsawan AZMAN SIRAJ By IT WOULD indeed be a pity to see the bangsawan or Malay opera vanish from the Singapore cultural scene. It would be even worse if it were to disappear without a trace. So, to ensure that we would be able to

Usaha memelihara seni bangsawan [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Usaha memelihara seni bangsawan Oleh AZMAN SIRAJ SENI Bangsawan memang agak unik dan lazimnya mereka yang mengerti saja yang dapat menilai dan menghargai persembahannya. Menyedari hakikat mi, persatuan Sri Anggerik telah ditubuhkan. Peranan utama persatuan itu ialah untuk memelihara warisan seni bangsawan serta' berusaha mencapai taraf kecemerlangan yang lebih tinggi

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'You'll enjoy every shocking page' mm The World is FUll of Married Men Jackie Collins Phoney showbiz promises hustlers with little talent and no principles the power of the casting couch all play their part m this devastatingly raundy expose of life m the fastest lane of all. "ibu'll enjoy

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X*' W V ""^Nj if H If Ji V^l I TELEPHONE SERVICE: I >. f \l H H H ">B^ Monday to Fridjj: Sarr. n b iOpn <jp«j!ine tnt wit day Saturda* M I V IB I y& ef»k fIJ af^'ElPlP 2pm 1 1 lam deadline lor Th* Sunday lim«»

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5 Other Entertainment HOLIDAY BUNGALOW, hi-fi, disco lightings, aircon. hall. BBQ, bufI fet Si catering. XXXXX04/ XXXXX13. 11 Pleasure Boats EXPAT LEAVING, for sale half cabin cruiser 25ft. Yamaha hull I with two 6 mths old 140 h.p. i VRO Johnson outboard. Excellent sea going for deep sea fishing, diving,

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12 Computer Products/ Services ROGENRY COMPUTERS PTE LTD offers: IBM Compatible PCXT 258k-«4ok with 2 drives, drive card, colour graphic card, printer card keyboard 0 14" colour monitor c 1 storage box c 1 disk cleaning kit c Operation manual. For only $1650 onwards. Japanese turbo running on 8 Mhz

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20 Pets/Pet Care K-9'S TEAM OF American certified Master Trainers presents Obedience/ Protection Courses. XXXXX39/ XXXXX77. MALE BOXER IMPORTED. 6 mths. old. Healthy energetic K9 obedience trained, owner leaving. Selling $680. Tel: Mr. Lim XXXXX03. MALE POMERANIAN, 2 yrs. with Cert. $420. Also Pomeranian, Pekinese pug puppies. Tel: XXXXX74 after

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27 Wanted HENGTAT li JEWELLERY INDUSTRIES PTE LTD We offer high price for your GOLD, PAWN TICKETS, DIAMONDS WATCHES TEL: XXXXX17/XXXXX73 II 290 BALESTIER ROAD (Opposite McDonald) BEST PRICES OFFERED for Pawnshop Tickets. Gold, Silver, Diamond, Watch, etc. Call: Miss Lim, Jalan Besar, Sim Lim Tower, #03-14, tel: XXXXX68 /XXXXX69.

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29 Beauty Culture 29 Beauty Culture ij^W^'^^ Cl||ftfe(\\S fl t__ M& v *tf^B 30 Hairdressing 30 Hairdressing mmmMJtL^L^^Vm\ HKfiVaiatjJl of Hairdressing Peter Guys won the M coveted 2nd Singapore V/j I Hair Designer Creations JU j Quest 1985 ,jy| Come, master our exciting brand of hairdressing. With us t^ your

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31 Plumbing/ Electrical Ltctwd to intaW »Hctrical id plumbing works. Copper $240 $270 $300 Stainless $280 $310 $350 5A lighting point each $24 13A power point each $28 15A aircon. point each $55 15A water heater point each $55 TEL: XXXXX06 SPECIALISE IN ELECTRICAL plumbing work, installation repairs, pipe leakage,

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34 Gardening/ Landscaping sTECIATjsTTN^CETgrassTur ting, landscape, grass turfing, disposal and gdn. maintenance. Call XXXXX73/ 4. Pager. XXXXX07. 6 RAJOO SPECIALIST IN Turfing grass tree cutting and bushes clearing and disposal. XXXXX48. SPECIALISED IN TREE/ grass cutting, grass turfing, removal and disposal. Tel. M.J. at XXXXX75 35 House Cleaning/ Painting CARPET

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TMEA CLOSER LOOK Have you seen E.T.? He's cairn terrier missing since last Saturday. The owner is worried sick and is offering a reward for his safe return at classification 170. h \l\ 36 House Renovation/ Decor 4-roomed $1,400: 3-roomed $1,100 Tel: XXXXX97. Mr Mah WINDOW FRAMES, SPECIAL Offer!' Only

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38 TV/ Video/ Hi-Fi ANTENNAE INSTALLATION SER- VICE. pr.'Wde high quality .len.iN (rmn OCfmaiH Japan at reasonable pri> es I'ls refer to Yellow I'uges 783 1111 tri lines* Unit] Kngmeenng Hie Ltd SHARP ELECTRICAL: Specially m serwomg ol Sharp. Hoxy. TKK Sirr.t. Philips. National Hitachi. Som iTV VCR. hi-fi ii

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51 Printing/ Copying Services VW i[*i aIM il printing Mbi!ing .n,K imihwth ft¥W» you woBJ Bi h mn M n jnd .it kind of Stjti.rw^ terns I >«*-»ignin<j «■'■'^.■^sl■!^ avorai ,iiso .u.vMhi.- h«re FORQUK KCRf ATIVt.RFUABU Ql'ALirf PRINTING CAU US today Al =ill II IVopU- Park C vnlrr T«l XXXXX32.

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56 Industrial 56 Industrial Equipment/ Supplies Equipment/ Supplies Incomplete semiconductor production equipment and spare parts to be sold lock, stock and barrel at a nominal price. These include: 4 wafer inspection machines 2 magazine feed dispenser systems 1 Markem marking machine 3 Mech-El wire bonders 3 Deltron semi-auto bonders 6

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64 Domestic Help Available FILIPINO $230 PM. £(!W!Ttfi\ Package Fee Includes: iRnTfSY Training 4 Orientation Full Documentation O^ if Replacement Guarantee $5,000 Bond/PA/ /«O Hosp.lnsurance-»v. AiSkrK 2 Yaan Contract x^T^j^ and Back-up Service 7*]?w Airfare/Medical/VISA >f\*V •No Hidden Cost!!! (K^-4 Wide selection of provin INjSHjM cial maids thru' latest bio-T*K«fT7

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64 on 0 *V C He| P 64 Domestic Help Ava>< «»le Available A personal name for personal services of personal trained maids. Personality A goodwill assured services Strict Japanese tolerable attitude behaviour training, hardworking, helpful, obedient, cheertul. honest self-disciplined. $650 fee includes W/P visa fee. medical exam security bond,

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67 Situations Vacant: EDP NETWORK FOR ELECTRONIC TRANSFERS (S) PTE LTD owned by 5 largest local banks m Singapore is sngagad m the provision of electronic payment services, ft wishes to appoint a PROGRAMMER ANALYST Candidates should possess a degree or diploma m Computer The successful candidate must have a

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70 Situations Vacant: 70 Situations Vacant: Secretarial/ Secretarial/ Clerical Clerical a^B^B^Baß^sSSaVsSl^l^l^l^BßHH) •SSeBBBBBB^BBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBfIBBBBBBH* S X THE INSURANCE CORPORATION OF SINGAPORE LIMITED I A Subsidiary ot DBS Ban* i invites suitably qualified candidates to apply for the post of CLERK/TYPIST GCE O' level with credits m English and Maths Able to type

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70 Situations Vacant: Secretarial/ Clerical LTH provides worldwide courier services, invites suitable applicants for the following positions: 1) ACCOUNTS CLERK c Cit'F. O' I.evei with LCCI In- i lermediate Certificate c Able tv handle ful: set o! a. counts 2) OPERATIONS CLERK c Class 3 driving Usance c Knowledge of

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70 Situation* Vacant: Secretarial/ Clerical LADY LAWYER PRACTISING alom requires Secretary cum Filing Clerk t<j work m dlsl Oll^ O lev ci holders with secretarial qualiftcaUons pi> apply stating fuii particular expected sala > t<< I' O BOX VI Jurong Town .Spore SOti! twlore 27t!i M.i> W URGENTLY REQUIRED FEMALE

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71 Situations Vacant: 71 Situations Vacant: Sales Sato* I Store Assistants We are opening many more stores m the next few months and we offer a challenging career and prospect for individuals who are salesoriented, hardworking and have a dynamic personality. If you possess these qualities and have a minimum

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71 Situation* Vacant: Sales CAREER OPPORTUNITIES An International Organisation requires SALES REPRESENTATIVES (MALE/FEMALE) Experience not necessary but must be willing to learn. Basic salary plus attractive commission. Full CPF contribution. Promotional prospects are excellent Please call personally at 1302, Lorong 1 Toa Payoh •06-08 Siong Hoe Ind. Bldg (near Blks

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71 Situations Vacant: Sale* FULL-TIME FEMALE PROMOTERS wanted by an Established Perfume Company to promote Perfumes at Leading Department Stores and Changl Airport. 2 rotating shifts. Good sales potential. Salary and commission offered. Singles or married women may apply. Call personally between 10.30 am. and 5.30pm. at: 173A Goldhill Centre

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71 Situations Vacant: Sates JOlJTwH^EiUiTTTriendlTand ambitious sales force as a Direct Sales Representative and earn a four figure Income. If you speak fluent English, and other languages like Chinese. Malay or Tamil you have a good advantage. We offer attractive Income, incentives and overseas trip Call: XXXXX95/ 6 for .n

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72 Situations Vacant: 72 Situations Vacant: Technical Technical Consumer Products Re Ltd |jj American "telephone Telegraph (AT&T), W& a giant m telecommunications, has recently set up a high quality telephone Wk manufacturing facility at Kampong Übi. I|| Immediate vacancies are available for the following positions: NTC 2in Electronics Servicing/General Fitting/Electrical

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SOBS OF SINGAPORE PTE LTD requires: TRAINEE ELECTROPLATER Antoricftn Firm r#Quir#s SinytpOft ettisana or joroignora to be t reined as Skilled EJactroptstsr. a Applicants should have at least Secondary education. Successful applicants may expect to receive about $500 p.m. inclusive of allowances. After successfully completing 2 years training, you can

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72 Situations Vacant: Technical Wall established furniture manufacturer requires PROJECTS t CO-ORDINATOR fi Candidates should have the j following ore requisites: Se Possess Certificate In ITC Furniture, Diploma A m Architectural I, Draughtsmanship, X Quantity Surveying, X Building or its equivaSj lent ne Minimum 3 years' expen rience In related

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72 Situations Vacant: Technical Required immediaieK (or UIC Building renovation works Candidates should possess a Technician Diploma m Mechanical Electrical Engineering, preferably with air conditioning as ar> elective subject. 5 6 years' working experience m site supervision of all mechanical and electrical installations. Alternatively, candidates with at least 9- 10

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73 Situations Vacant: Production GCE 0 Technical stream/ Sec 2 with NTC 3 m Metal Machining Females preferred Sec 2 and above with some factory experience I c Sec 2 and above, with 1 some working experience c Primary 6 and above c Able to speak and write simple English

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73 Situations Vacant: 73 Situations Vacant: Production Production Calling Ladies Interested m working for a big stable U.S. company which really cares for you? join our modern telephone manufacturing facility m Kampong a^» L'bi as: C FEMALE PRODUCTION C OPERATORS Rotating Ist 2nd Shifts V. Minimum Primary education Fresh school

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73 Situations Vacant: 73 Situations Vacant: Production Production I stuan; I urgently requires A Minimum Primary 6 education No experience required Training will be provided 1 2-Hour Shift: 7.00 am 7.00pm H 9.00pm 7.00 am H or I You can choose any of the H following working hours:- H Ist

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74 Situations Vacant: Miscellaneous ■r aw requires GENERAL TECHNICIANS (Aircon Refrigeration) INDIAN COOKS (Experienced) WESTERN COOK HOUSE OFFICER WAITERS/ WAITRESSES BELL HOP (Chinese) KITCHEN UTILITY WORKERS (Male/Female) Please apply personally or write m with contact telephone number to:The Personnel Dept. No 1 Jalan Rumbia Singapore 0923 I Bus Nos: 195.

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74 Situations Vacant: 74 situations Vacant: Miscellaneous Miscellaneous pJVAICRQPOLIS^ A leading American Manufacturer of Winchester Disk Drives has vacancies for •To supervise and motivate a team of operators i and technical persons and coordinate the produc- tion process m the Test Department Diploma m Electronics Engineering or equivalent Preferably with

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74 Situations Vacant: Miscellaneous Vaiß nr V J YAOHAN SINGAPORE PRIVATE LIMITED Invites applications for the posts of> A. MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS a Completed National Service a NTC 20r3 m electrical Installations and fittings or a NTC 20r3 m refrigeration and air-condition-ing a Minimum 1 year's working experience m maintenance repairs,

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74 Situations Vacant: Miscellaneous Established shipping company has vacancies lor A. OPERATIONS EXECUTIVE a Have own transport willing to work long/ irregular hours. a Familiar with ships' operations including clearances, inward/ outward formalities Si crew matters for Trampers or tankers plus pre-planning of stowages for container/ conventional vessels. a Additional

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74 Situations Vacant: Miscellaneous MfIVtUHCK MCSnuRANTS Of SWITZERLAND PTC LTD A leading international Swum restaurant chain hag vacancies tor the following positions:— WAITERS/ I WAITRESSES 1-2 years' experience m western restaurant Able to perform shift duties I Gross salary $700 per month CASHIER/ DISPENSER (Female) Able to perform shift duties

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74 Situations Vacant: Miscellaneous MAMMA Ml* ITALIAN RESTAURANT require* WAITER WAITRESS (must be willing to work split shift) Please call personally tor an inter view at 400. ORCHARD ROAD #09—21 ORCHARD TOWERS SINGAPORE 0023 (3p.m. to 6p.m.). MASSEUSE wanted. Must be above 21 years old With or without expenenctPlease rail

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74 Situations Vacant: Miscellaneous WANTED WAITERS. WAITRESSES Dispensers Kxpeneme not aamsaU] Appl> personally after v .iui M m Bowl Snack Bar. -08-U Textile Ctr. Jin Sultan Spore 0719 UNSKILLED CONSTRUCTION WORKERS reqd Completed N S H-ird^orlcing Call personally at: Blk 81. Marine Parade Central 01-644 WAITRESSES REOD. IMMEDIATE LV (or