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The Straits Times, 12 April 1987

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The Sunday Times No: 2653 55 CENTS M.C. (P) No. 109/12/86 dfghh

We will protect rights of everyone — Chok Tong [ARTICLE]

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We will protect rights of everyone Chok Tong Younger leaders share the same ideal of a multi-racial Singapore MR GOH Chok Tong yesterday reaffirmed that the second-gen-eration leaders cherish the same ideal of a multi-racial Singapore as the first generation leaders do and would protect the rights of every Singaporean.

Toddler found naked and crying at 3.30 am [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Toddler found naked and crying at 3.30 am SUMIKO TAN By A CHUBBY three-year-old girl, who was found naked and crying m Bedok early yesterday, spent last night at the Joo Chiat police station. Two men and a woman, who claimed to be the toddler's neighbours, told officers the girl's

Spurs swamp Watford [ARTICLE]

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Spurs swamp Watford TOTTENHAM'S Clive Allen beat Jimmy Greaves club record of 44 goals when he scored m the 13th minute as the London team swamped Watford 4-1 m the FA Cup semi-final yesterday. Steve Hodge (11th and 73rd) and Paul Allen <3bth) also struck well-taken goals. Watford replied through

Razaleigh will take on Dr M for Umno No 1 post [ARTICLE]

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Razaleigh will take on Dr M for Umno No 1 post ISMAIL KASSIM By m Kuala Lumpur KUALA LUMPUR Trade and Industry Minister Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah will challenge Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad for the Umno presidency at the party's general assembly on April 24. Umno Secretary-General Datuk

16 killed as ferry capsizes in Gulf of Thailand during storm [ARTICLE]

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16 killed as ferry capsizes in Gulf of Thailand during storm BANGKOK A sudden monsoon storm capsized a resort island ferry m the Gulf of Thailand before dawn yesterday, killing 16 people. Marine Police said only one girl remained unaccounted for out of a total of 113 passengers. Three West

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AT A GLANCE

MINISTER MAY LOSE JOB: [ARTICLE]

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MINISTER MAY LOSE JOB: India's Defence Minister Vishwanath Pratap Singh, may lose his post for investigating an arms deal pay-off that took place when Prune Minister Rajiv Gandhi himself held the defence job. Members of Mr Gandhi's Congress (I) Party has m ged Mr Gandhi to drop him after the

NEW U.S. AMBASSADOR: [ARTICLE]

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NEW U.S. AMBASSADOR: A prominent California farmer and Reagan supporter. Mr Daryl Arnold. 64. ha.s txvn formally sworn m as the new IS Ambassador to Singapore. His appointment reflects President Reagan's high regard for Prime Minister Lee Kuan You a White House official said. Page 5

ARMS CONTROL OFFER [ARTICLE]

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ARMS CONTROL OFFER United States President Ronald Reagan has welcomed a new arms control offer b> .\'\!t i .t\uler Mikhail Gorbachev and renewed his invitation for a third summit, though he also said spying on the US embassy m Moscow was inexcusable. r. s.t; h <> Kremlin had shown a

COUP PLOT UNCOVERED: [ARTICLE]

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COUP PLOT UNCOVERED: The Philippine armed forces have uncovered a plot Dy 1,000 soldiers loyal to deposed President Ferdinand Marcos to stage a coup before next months Congressional elections, military intelligence sources said yesterday. The plotters planned to seize an international school run by the wife of Armed Forces Chief

M$1 BILLION LOAN SOUGHT: [ARTICLE]

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M$1 BILLION LOAN SOUGHT: Malaysia will M.vk i loan of about MSI billion from Japan to finance a project to channel gas from the Petronas plant m Kertih m Trengganu to other states. Deputy Prime Minister Ghafar Baba said anyone who wants to protest against the move should do so

CHAOS WARNING [ARTICLE]

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CHAOS WARNING Malaysia could plunge into enaos it tne current scramble for power continued beyond the limits of Malay etiquette and norms, Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Sen Dr Mahathir Mohamad has warned Among other things, he said foreign investors would refuse to invest m Malaysia if the political and economic

MORE VISITORS: [ARTICLE]

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MORE VISITORS: An upturn m the number of visitors m the first quarter of this year could point to happier days ahead for hoteliers here, according to the chairman of the Singapore Tourist Promotion Board. M: I.im Chin Beng had upbeat news for the travel nit' va hen he revealed

SHOW PLAN DRAWS FLAK: [ARTICLE]

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SHOW PLAN DRAWS FLAK: A plan by the organiser or a recenr arms exniDiuon m Thailand to hold a similar event here m January, at the same time as the Asian Aerospace '88 air show, has drawn thick flak from the air show organisers. The Cahners Exposition Group claim that

SUPER STICK-UP: [ARTICLE]

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SUPER STICK-UP: Two armed robbers smeared super glue on the eyeiids of a businessman and his mistress m a probable attempt to blind them. This hap-f*>:u-il m mid-February and when two suspects were ar:vst<> i on Friday, it led to the arrest of the businessman's wife, who is believed to

TRY IT OUT FIRST: [ARTICLE]

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TRY IT OUT FIRST: Government subsidies to schools for disabled children may be reviewed if found to be inadequate, but the schools should give them a chance to work first, according to Minister of State (Education) Dr Tay Eng Soon. He assured the special schools yesterday that his ministry would

UNDERGROUND RESERVOIR: [ARTICLE]

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UNDERGROUND RESERVOIR: Singapore can provide its own fresh-water needs m 10 or 20 years and at a fraction of the cost of building the Mass Rapid Transit system, says a university professor. This could be done by tapping about 12 per cent of the annual rainfall and storing it m

SPORTS

NOBLE ART OF BOXING: [ARTICLE]

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NOBLE ART OF BOXING: Boxing is his game and Sugar Kay Leonard his name. This marvelous combination brought out a fine exhibition of the noble art the way it should be. Leonard proved once again that a boxer need not have to carry a "killer" punch to win a contest.

HUNT COMEBACK AT 40 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HUNT COMEBACK AT 40 Squash legend Geoff Hunt, 40, has announced his return to the major circuit. The time British Open champion refuses to buckle under the pressure of younger, fitter and more aggressive rivals, and remains optimistic m defeat. Yet, he seems to be improving with every match. Rut

Rational approach to racial issues sign of growing maturity: 1 DPM [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Rational approach to racial issues sign of growing maturity: 1 DPM First Deputy Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong set the mood for frank discussion when he highlighted the problems of multi-racialism m Singapore at a National Agenda dialogue session with Muslim teachers and representatives of Muslim organisations and mosque committees

Lesson from Sri Lanka [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Lesson from Sri Lanka The situation m Sri Lanka contains one important lesson for all multi-racial societies: That an ethnic minority must feel alienated when they are discriminated against and do not enjoy the benefits of national progress. Mr Goh Ethnic violence m Sri Lanka: "It has not succeeded m

Participants feel reassured after three-hour session [ARTICLE]

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Participants feel reassured after three-hour session SALIM OSMAN By THEY said afterwards that it was Mr Goh Chok Tong's open and direct manner m answering their questions that made them want to ask more. Even after three hours of no-holds-barred discussion with the First Deputy Prime Minister m the PUB

What price art? Mum's the word [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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What price art? Mum's the word STELLA DANKER By JOHN SINGER SARGENT Portrait of Sir Frank Swettenham HENRY MOORE The Reclining Figure THOMAS YEO Into the Wilderness 4 You must love art to buy correctly. Dr Earl Lv, a respected art collector, surgeon and painter. OWNERS of prized paintings and

Trend of soaring art prices continues at Paris auction [ARTICLE]

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Trend of soaring art prices continues at Paris auction PARIS A painting by Toulouse Lautrec of a late 19th Century female cabaret singer has been sold for 5.22 million francs (551.82 million) at an auction here. The price of the 1883 painting of Jane Avril, a renowned singer m Paris'

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STATISTICS THAT SHAPE THE COUNTRY Cheque volume tumbles THE Singaporean has either been writing out cheques for smaller amounts or writing fewer cheques. The dollar amount of cheques cleared locally on an average week dropped by more than 30 per cent between 1983 and last year twc U» Mu-Uiy faUwnty

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FOREIGN NEWS

Indian minister may be axed for arms probe [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Indian minister may be axed for arms probe Inquiry seen as attempt to embarrass Rajiv NEW DELHI INDIA'S Defence Minister, who lost the finance portfolio after campaigning against tax evasion, may lose his new post for investigating an arms deal pay-off that took place when Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi himself

Warhol a victim of blunders by hospital and nurse, says report [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Warhol a victim of blunders by hospital and nurse, says report POP ARTIST Andy Warhol was the victim of numerous medical blunders by New York Hospital workers and his private nurse shortly before he died. A State Health Department report released on Friday accused the hospital of providing deficient care

Gorbachev cuts short Czech visit suddenly [ARTICLE]

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Gorbachev cuts short Czech visit suddenly BRATISLAVA (Czechoslovakia) Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev's visit to Czechoslovakia has been cot short. He left here for Moscow at about II pm Singapore time yesterda> It wa> official I > announced. No explanation was given for the change and Soviet Foreign Ministry officials could

Soviets pull troops out of Mongolia [ARTICLE]

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Soviets pull troops out of Mongolia MOSCOW The Soviet Union on Saturday said it had started the withdrawal of troops from Mongolia, m what foreign analysts said was an overture to China. A defence ministry announcement, reported by the official news agency Tass. said the partial troop withdrawal, involving a

Beggars earning more than workers in Bangladesh [ARTICLE]

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Beggars earning more than workers in Bangladesh DHAKA Begging is a profession m povertywracked Bangladesh, one that is attracting more and more people because most beggars here make more money than workers. At least 10 per cent of the nearly three million people m the capital are beggars, according to

German court rules out union for jailbirds [ARTICLE]

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German court rules out union for jailbirds HAMBURG West German prisoners are not entitled to form trade unions, a court ruled yesterday. Prisoner Klaus Harms, 33, had asked the Hamburg labour court to rule whether he could form a union to represent the inmates of a city jail m their

Security chief replaced in ministerial shake-up [ARTICLE]

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Security chief replaced in ministerial shake-up BEIJING Four Chinese ministers, Including the head of the powerful Ministry of Public Security, were replaced yesterday, the official Kin Haa News Agency reported. The changes were made at the final session yesterday of the National People's Congress, China's parliament, the agency said. Mr

New US Ambassador to Singapore sworn in [ARTICLE]

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New US Ambassador to Singapore sworn in LIAK TENG KIAT By Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON Mr Daryl Arnold, a prominent Californian farmer and Reagan supporter, was formally sworn m as the new United States Ambassador to Singapore on Friday. In a brief speech before the ceremony. White House personnel director Robert

EC to retaliate if Japan shifts exports to Europe [ARTICLE]

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EC to retaliate if Japan shifts exports to Europe BRUSSELS The 12 mem-ber-states of the European Community (EC) have agreed to retaliate against any attempt by Japan to divert exports to Europe as a result of expected economic sanctions imposed on Japan by the United States, an informed source said

High school students banned from dance halls [ARTICLE]

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High school students banned from dance halls HONGKONG Some high school students m Guangzhou have been frequenting dance halls during their noon break, upsetting parents and teachers and moving the authorities to action, a local newspaper reported yesterday. The Ming Pao newspaper said officials m Guangzhou issued an urgent notice

Japan's Ainu petition UN [ARTICLE]

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Japan's Ainu petition UN UNITED NATIONS A delegation of Ainu, Japan's aboriginal people, appealed on Friday to the United Nations to prevent the deforestation of their environment and the extinction of their god-bird, the striped fish owl. A petition handed to the UN said the Japanese government was planning to

Here's S. Africa's surrogate granny [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Here's S. Africa's surrogate granny THIS IS the woman whc has been dabbed the world's moot famous grandmother. Mrs Pat Anthony, 48, from the small South African farming town of Tzaneen is reported by a London newspaper to be three-months pregnant with her 25-year-old daughter's triplets. If ail goes well,

Stocks close lower [ARTICLE]

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Stocks close lower Dow Jones NEW YORK The stock market closed lower on Friday m moderate trading that proved extremely sensitive to fluctuations m the foreign exchange and bond markets. The Dow Jones industrial average alternated between small losses and modest gains throughout the da\ finaiiv slipping %AZ to close

Tradition of trust makes Japanese easy prey for conmen [ARTICLE]

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Tradition of trust makes Japanese easy prey for conmen PETER HAZELHURST By Tokyo Correspondent TOKYO After buying a house m Tokyo recently, a young Japanese economist told a foreign resident that he felt it unnecessary to hire a iawyer to examine the contract. "We are a homogeneous society. We trust

Reagan welcomes new arms control offer [ARTICLE]

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Reagan welcomes new arms control offer LOS ANGELES PRESIDENT Ronald Reagan has welcomed a new arms control offer by Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev and renewed his invitation for a third summit. But he also said spying on the United States embassy m Moscow was inexcusable. On the eve of Secretary

Lack of moral education in US blamed for Marines spy scandal [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Lack of moral education in US blamed for Marines spy scandal jdhfh Mr Reagan (left) retold a favourite story about high school students who were esked what they would do i f they found a billfold containing US$l,OOO i 552.136) and a paper with the owner's identification. The students' reaction

Tass tells of Marines' drunken exploits [ARTICLE]

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Tass tells of Marines' drunken exploits MOSCOW Soviet police files are full of the drunken exploits of US Marines responsible for guarding the United States embassy here, Tass news agency reported yesterday, with names and lavish details on the purported misdemeanours. These are the latest revelations m the "sex-for-secrets" scandal

Queue-jump gunman sent packing [ARTICLE]

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Queue-jump gunman sent packing LONDON A holdup man who walked into a bank and pulled a gun on the cashier obeyed an angry customer who told him to clear oat, a prosecutor said on Friday. The customer, John Fallows, 51, had been patiently standing m line and was more concerned

Surrogate mother gets back right to visit Baby M [ARTICLE]

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Surrogate mother gets back right to visit Baby M TRETON (New Jersey) THE New Jersey Supreme Court on Friday restored the rights of surrogate mother Mary Beth Whitehead to visit Baby M, while it hears her appeal against a landmark ruling that stripped her of all parental rights. The court

PEOPLE

Welcome to Clintville, USA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Welcome to Clintville, USA SOME FOLKS m Carmel, California are saying the new mayor hasn't made their day. According to a USA Today report, the transformation of Carmel from an artist's hideaway and quaint tourist retreat to "Clintville" m the one year Clint Eastwood was voted mayor has upset some

Mrs Mandela the undergrad [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mrs Mandela the undergrad SOUTH AFRICAN apartheid fighter Winnie Mandela (left) is going back to school, hoping her move will inspire more blacks to seek higher education. Mrs Mandela, who is a qualified social worker, has registered as an undergraduate at the multi-racial Witswatersrand University m Johannesburg and will work

Raquel's body language [ARTICLE]

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Raquel's body language IF YOU DONT have breathtaking curves like Raquel Welch, take heart! The Body Beautiful says the body beautiful is not important anymore. "For me, the fitness boom has peaked. I think we have to be realistic and not obsessive about fitness. Body beautiful is not the top

Expectant Diana [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Expectant Diana SOMETHING TO sing about Diana Ross (left) is pregnant and expects to give birth m October, according to People magazine. Diana, 43, and Norwegian shipping magnate Arne Naess Jr, 49. married m October 1985. She has three children from a previous marriage, as does he. Meanwhile, Diana's protege,

Heart-to-heart talk [ARTICLE]

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Heart-to-heart talk Comment <>y Marilyn vos Savant, fiancee of artificial heart inventor Dr Robert Jarvik. Marilyn recorded the world's higher known 1Q of 230 at the age of 10. "Some men ilnd me intimidating. And that's just fine. It separates the men from the boys What's a man have to

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ASEAN NEWS

Manila court halts sacking of officials who back opposition [ARTICLE]

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Manila court halts sacking of officials who back opposition MANILA The Philippine Supreme Court has ordered the government to stop a crackloun on local officials who support opposition candidates m the May 11 congressional election. In a restraining order on Friday, the court prevented the dismissal of provincial governors, mayors

Plot against Aquino uncovered [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Plot against Aquino uncovered Soldiers involved, intelligence sources say MANILA The Philippine armed forces have uncovered a plot by 1,000 soldiers loyal to deposed President Ferdinand Marcos to stage a coup before next month's Congressional elections, military intelligence sources said yesterday. The plotters planned to seize an international school run

Tension in Aceh rises over arrests reports [ARTICLE]

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Tension in Aceh rises over arrests reports YANG RAZALI KASSIM By Jakarta Correspondent BANDA ACEH The election tension m the staunchly-Islam-ic province of Aceh rose yesterday, following reports that 14 activists of the opposition United Development Party iPPP) were arrested. The arrests came as PPP chairman Jailani Naro arrived here

Indonesia reviewing investment laws [ARTICLE]

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Indonesia reviewing investment laws JAKARTA Indonesia is reviewing its foreign investment regulations to woo capital from overseas, particularly from the European Community (EC), the official Antara news agency said yesterday. Antara quoted the Chairman of the Investment Co-ordinat-ing Board (BKPM), Mr Ginanjar Kartasasmita, as saying that the government would continually

Offenders face death penalty for subversion [ARTICLE]

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Offenders face death penalty for subversion Jakarta's anti-pollution measures JAKARTA Industries m Indonesia which fail to meet an-ti-pollution regulations may be prosecuted on subversion charges, which can carry the death penalty. Environment Minister Emil Salim said yesterday. He told journalists that under a new law, an industry which polluted or

Proposal for Thai-Malaysian sea patrols to avoid dispute [ARTICLE]

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Proposal for Thai-Malaysian sea patrols to avoid dispute BANGKOK Thailand has proposed joint naval patrols with Malaysia to prevent disputes over the capture of Thai fishing boats m Malaysian waters. The proposal was made m a cable to Malaysian Foreign Minister Datuk Rais Yatim after an incident last month m

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ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY

Malaysia to borrow M$1 b for gas project [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Malaysia to borrow M$1 b for gas project MACHANG (Kelantan) MALAYSIA will seek a loan of about Msl billion from Japan to finance the project to channel gas from the Petronas plant' m Kertih m Trengganu to other states Deputy Prime MhriStW Ghafar Baba said anyone who wants to protest

41 arrested for illegal procession [ARTICLE]

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41 arrested for illegal procession KUCHING Police have arrested 41 supporters of a political party contesting the Sarawak state election for taking part m an illegal procession of vehicles here. Sarawak Police Commissioner Mohamed Yassin Jaafar said on Friday they were arrested near the Tun Abdul Rahman Bridge m Petra

Faulty weapons, but navy accepts ship [ARTICLE]

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Faulty weapons, but navy accepts ship PASIR GUDANG (Johor) THE Royal Malaysian Navy's latest off-shore patrol vessel. the KD Marikh, can still function effectively despite a faulty weapon system, a top navy officer said. Deputy Chief of Navy Datuk Harun Mohamed Salleh said the "not up to the mark" system

Tourist card gets Dr M's approval [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Tourist card gets Dr M's approval JOHOR BARI Prime Minister Datak Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad has agreed with the Johor state government's proposal -o Introduce a special card for Singapore tourists entering Malaysia via toe Causeway. Malaysia's Berita Harian quoted the Johor Mentri Besar, Haji Muhyiddln Yassin, as sayLng that

JB tours don't pay, say S'pore agents [ARTICLE]

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JB tours don't pay, say S'pore agents JOHOR BARU SINGAPORE tour operators are reluctant to organise holiday packages to Johor because they are not profitable. The Star reported yesterday They told their Jon counterparts this during informal talks at the Johor Tourism Expo According to Expo official*., the Singapore operators

Bookies rake in $4 b a year [ARTICLE]

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Bookies rake in $4 b a year KUALA LUMPUR A whopping MSS billion i Ss4 25 bfllioil) that is the estimated annual turnover of illegal bookmaking syndicates m Malaysia and Singapore, The Star reported yesterday The Inspector-General of Police, Tan Sri Mohamed Haniff Omar, said the activities of these syndicates

Senator in 'wife-selling' scandal obtains injunction [ARTICLE]

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Senator in 'wife-selling' scandal obtains injunction KUALA Ll'MPl R Batit I'mno division chairman Senator A/man Atar Othman obtained an injunction from the High Court here yesterday to stop Mingguan Wanita news editor Halim Mahmud and three others, including the senator's former wife, from printing and circulating allegedly defamatory words about

Chaos warning on power scramble [ARTICLE]

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Chaos warning on power scramble ALOR STAR PRIME Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad warned yesterday that Malaysia could plunge into chaos if the current scramble for power m Umno continued beyond the limits of Malay etiquette and norms. Foreign investors would refuse to invest m Malaysia if the political

Anwar to quit as Youth head [ARTICLE]

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Anwar to quit as Youth head ALOR STAR Umno Youth head Anwar Ibrahim will announce his resignation as leader of the youth movement soon. Mr Anwar, who is Education Minister, told reporters here yesterday this was to pave the way for him to contest one of the vice-president's post m

It's getting hot: Khir [ARTICLE]

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It's getting hot: Khir Xl ALA LUMPUR I mno election ethics committee chairman Tan Sri Khir Johari said yesterday that the political climate has become "overheated" m the run-up to the I" mno Supreme Council election on April 24. The contest for posts had been "over-politicised" and this was not

Forget past with Musa: Razaleigh [ARTICLE]

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Forget past with Musa: Razaleigh PENANG Trade and Industry Minister Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, who is challenging Prime Minister Datuk Sen Dr Mahathir Mohamad for the Umno presidency, wants Umno members to forget past events between him and party deputy president Datuk Musa Hi tarn. If anyone still wants to bring

Top PAS leaders retain their posts [ARTICLE]

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Top PAS leaders retain their posts KUALA LUMPUR HAJI Yusof Rawa was returned unopposed as Parti Islam (PAS) President at the party's 33rd assembly here yesterday. PAS Deputy President Haji Fadhil Noor was also returned unopposed when Vice-President Haji Abdul Hadi Awang withdrew from the race at the last moment.

Man who forced wife into sex with others jailed [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Man who forced wife into sex with others jailed picture. RAWANG (Selangor) A father of seven, who beat and forced his wife to have sex with two men for MSSO each, has been jailed for four years. The Star reported In sentencing labourer Osman Kasmani. magistrate Pretam Singh described him

Mixed marriages way to national unity [ARTICLE]

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Mixed marriages way to national unity TANAH MERAH (Kelantan) Information Ministry Parliamentary Secretary Datuk Dusuki Ahmad has advocated more mixed marriages, to strengthen national solidarity. He said the National Unity Department could encouraging the young to intermarry among the races. For Muslims, mixed marriages posed no problem as long as

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Upturn in visitors augurs well for hotels — STPB [ARTICLE]

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Upturn in visitors augurs well for hotels STPB IRENE HOE By AN I'PIT'RN m the number of visitors m the first quarter of this year could point to happier days ahead for hoteliers here, the chairman of the Singapore Tourist Promotion Board said yesterday Mr lira Chin Beng had upbeat

More likely to go overseas this year [ARTICLE]

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More likely to go overseas this year PEOPLE who live m Singapore simply love travelling. Some 581.000 of them did just that last year. This means more than one m fi\e went abroad last year and tourist bodies overseas expect many more this year. Among the most optimistic are the

S'pore tours rated a bit of a let-down [ARTICLE]

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S'pore tours rated a bit of a let-down LOCAL tours and "kia sif' tour operators have been weighed and found wanting by international tour consultants commissioned by the Singapore Tourist Promotion Board. The consultants rated the tours disappointing and many tour guides ill-prepared, said the board's chairman, Mr Lim Chin

S'pore talks on Aids [ARTICLE]

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S'pore talks on Aids CHURCH leaders from various countries will be meeting m Singapore from April 26 to May 9 to discuss the plight of Aids victims and other issues. About 100 people, including representatives of Anglican churches m India and Pakistan, are expected to attend the conference at the

Boutique wins $1m deal [ARTICLE]

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Boutique wins $1m deal LIM PHAY-LING Singapore Apparel '87 By BOUTIQUE owner Henry Lim says his company clinched a single order of more than $1 million worth of evening wear on the last day of the Singapore Apparel '87 trade fair yesterday. The million-dollar buyer was an American from New

Asean sparkle ends week [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Asean sparkle ends week JOHN de SOUZA By AMID much sparkle and glamour, the first Singapore Fashion Week ended last night with a show that united designers from all over Asean. Some 900 people at the Raffles Ballroom m Raffles City saw the creations of 10 top names from around

What it should have been [ARTICLE]

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What it should have been YOUNGBERG Manorial Adventist Hospital is not doing a study on teenagfgu~iS who have had abortions as reported by Th< Sunday Times las 1 Sunday. Dr Victor Valbuena. who said at a publu form on April 4 that the hospital was doing such a study, has

Drive to curb violence against women [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Drive to curb violence against women STELLA DANKER By Every month for the past few years, the number of rape and molestation cases has gone up This programme is not to scare people or make them unduly worried but to tell them what to do when it happens. It you

Arms exhibition firm runs into flak from air show organiser [ARTICLE]

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Arms exhibition firm runs into flak from air show organiser MICHAEL LIM By THE organiser of a recent arms exhibition m Thailand wants to hold a similar event here m January, at the same time as the Asian Aerospace '88 air show. Eut the idea has drawn thick flak from

Shipyard praised for coping with recession [ARTICLE]

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Shipyard praised for coping with recession A SHIPYARD yesterday earned praise from a union leader for its ability to adapt and thus survive the recession. When the ship-repair market contracted. Hitachi Zosen decided to diversify into industrial engineering, took on MRT projects and even ventured into prawn-breeding, said Mr Goh

Man charged with using gun 10 years ago [ARTICLE]

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Man charged with using gun 10 years ago ENG Seek Hing. 40, was yester day charged with carrying a pistol during a robbery at a gambling den m Jalan Besar 1C years ago. No plea was taken from him He was ordered to be remanded at the Criminal Investigation Department

VITB career talks and tours for school-leavers [ARTICLE]

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VITB career talks and tours for school-leavers THE Vocational and Industrial Training Board will conduct a series of career talks and tours of four vocational institutes next week for O and N level school-leavers The talks will be held at each of the four institutes m two sessions, at 10.30

Muis funds for 68 mosques [ARTICLE]

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Muis funds for 68 mosques SIXTY -eight mosques will receive financial assistance from the Muslim Religious Council (Muis) under its annual financial assistance scheme for mosques and religious functionaries next week. Each of these mosques will receive $250 to meet expenses to be incurred m providing food for those who

It's a stick-up – with super glue [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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It's a stick-up with super glue SUMIKO TAN By Jealous woman said to have got robbers to smear glue on husband's and mistress' eyelids SUPER glue Aas smeared ->n the eyelids of a businessman and his mistress by two armed robbers m a probable attempt to blind them. This happened

Indian trade show results in $35m in orders [ARTICLE]

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Indian trade show results in $35m in orders THE Indian Trade Exhibition, which started here on Monday, has generated about $35 million worth of orders, says its organiser, the Trade Fair Authority of India. And more contracts are now being negotiated by several of the 160 companies taking part m

Numbers that make dreams come true [ARTICLE]

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Numbers that make dreams come true THE number XXXXX5 is certainly no dream to one lucky person, for it holds the key to an apartment m Singapore. This is the ticket number which wins its holder a home m the Bayshore Park condominium m the East Coast. The apartment is

Police seek kin of dead man [ARTICLE]

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Police seek kin of dead man POLICE want to contact the relatives of an unidentified man found dead at the foot of Block 162 m Bukit Batok Street 11 last Sunday at 11.20 am. The bespectacled Chinese man, m his 40s, and about 1.65 m tall, was wearing a yellowstriped

Asean body hits out at US trade Bill [ARTICLE]

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Asean body hits out at US trade Bill THE Asean Federation of Textile Industries hit out at a protectionist US trade Bill yesterday, saying its passage* would be a "very big setback for trade liberalisation". The federation said that if the Textile and Apparel Trade Act recently introduced m the

Dr Yeo and team leave for Arabia and Oman [ARTICLE]

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Dr Yeo and team leave for Arabia and Oman THE Minister for Communications and Information. Dr Yeo Ning Hong, left yesterday for a 10-day visit to Saudi Arabia and Oman. Dr Yeo, whose trip aims to further promote co-operation between the Republic and the two countries, was accompanied by a

Give subsidies a try, special schools told [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Give subsidies a try, special schools told XWERNMENT subsidies lo >■ hools for disabled children :nay be reviewed if found to be inadequate, but the schools should give them a dance lo work first. l'he Minister of State > Education. Dr lay blnz Soon, assured the special schools yesterday n.it

Woman's 'resort isle' investment ordered returned [ARTICLE]

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Woman's 'resort isle' investment ordered returned GERRY DE SILVA By AN ISLAND In the sun turned out to be a mirage that almost cost a woman executive jiMNm She forked out the sum to a lawyer as her share m a scheme to bay the resort Island oft Johor. But

Thief at mosque jailed 18 months [ARTICLE]

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Thief at mosque jailed 18 months A MAN who went to the Muhajirin Mosque off Braddell Road and stole the belongings of three worshippers was jailed 18 months by a district court yesterday. Dyas bin Abdul Hamid, 27, admitted that he committed the offences between Jan 14, 1983, and July

SAF exercises [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SAF exercises THE Singapore Armed Forces will be conducting training m Lim Chu Kang, Tuas, Marsiling, Mandai and Sembawang daily, from tomorrow to next Sunday. These will be between 7 am and midnight each day. Blanks and thunderflashes will be used and the public is advised not to be alarmed.

Laws to curb glue-sniffing on the way [ARTICLE]

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Laws to curb glue-sniffing on the way THE Government has approved various measures to deal with the growing problem of glue-sniffing and other inhalant abuse, the President said last night. President Wee Kirn Wee told guests at a Singapore Anti-Narcotics Association (Sana) charity dinner that the Government was determined to

Medical care for accused [ARTICLE]

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Medical care for accused TWO women, charged with the murder of a caretaker at the Orchard Road Presbyterian Church's caretaker quarters, were ordered yesterday to be remanded for another week. District Judge Khoo Oon Soo ordered that one of them, housewife Kamachi Krishnasamy, 54, be sent for medical treatment He

Man accused of hurting with lighted butt [ARTICLE]

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Man accused of hurting with lighted butt ABDULLAH Sani bin Ali Moonshi, 22. was charged yesterday with hurting a 21-year-old woman with a lighted cigarette butt and molesting her. He denied the charges which allege that he committed the offences m a flat at Block 172. Bukit Batok West. Avenue

Man faces drug charge [ARTICLE]

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Man faces drug charge A MALAYSIAN, Mohamad bin Mustaffa. 25, was yesI terday charged with trafficking m 36 sachets of heroin, weighing about 117 g. j on Thursday. He is accused of transI porting the drug m a taxi between Bukit Panjang Road 10 ms. m front of Tien Hong

Man charged with using threat on woman to get sex [ARTICLE]

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Man charged with using threat on woman to get sex A 33-YEAR-OLD man was yesterday charged with intimidating a woman by threatening to injure her reputation so as to induce her to have sex with him. Ong Chin Chong denies that he had. on Dec 22 last year, telephoned the

Don suggests underground tunnels to beat water problem [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Don suggests underground tunnels to beat water problem BRIAN GOMEZ By of Business Times SINGAPORE'S water supply problem could possibly be resolved at a fraction of the cost of the Mass Rapid Transit uMRT) system by harnessing nature, a university professor suggested on Friday. The country's entire freshwater needs could

A test run — just like the real thing [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A test run just like the real thing Picture by LIM SENG TIONG THE Mass Rapid Transit system reached another milestone yesterday when a train went into Ang Mo Kio on powered tracks for the first time. The test run was the closest thing so far to actual operation, when

First bomb shelter drill next year [ARTICLE]

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First bomb shelter drill next year MICHAEL LIM By SINGAPORE'S first bomb shelter drill will be held early next year at the Tiong Bahru MRT station, before the first trains roll m. Residents m the constituency will be asked to take part m the evacuation and occupation drills, which will

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Singapore Look taking shape [ARTICLE]

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Singapore Look taking shape THe first ever Singapore Fashion Week has just ended. It was, by most accounts, a successful event. Singapore fashion received a good showing m the week of activities and the exposure has done much for local designers. Those who aspire to the world market would have

25 YEARS AGO [ARTICLE]

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25 YEARS AGO What The Sunday Times reported on April 15, 1962 ALIENS visiting Singapore for more than a fortnight will no longer be required to report to the cm The Aliens Registration Office, which opened 20 years ago to keep a check on the movement of Japanese nationals, has

Rag trade's reluctant leader [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Rag trade's reluctant leader LIZ CLAIBORNE is founder of a highly successful company which she didn't bargain for MS ELISABETH CLAIBORNF was born m Brussels m 1929. She is married with two sons and one daughter. 1934: Went to the United States of America. 1947: Alexander G. Schultz Student. Art

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Man and money: Making of a love story [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Man and money: Making of a love story Patrick Daniel THOSE who hate work must find it hard to imagine that just a few centuries ago, working for a living was not the only option m life. Our forteftTS did not have to earn a living. In fact, moneymaking was

Young people's theatre for all seasons [ARTICLE]

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Young people's theatre for all seasons Irene Hoe The 1987 festival which ends today has travelled from an idea to a full-blown extravaganza m three giant leaps What this youth event needs is more ambition. And a focus. Both aims may be satisfied by developing a YPT for all seasons.

The mosquito and the two cyclists [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The mosquito and the two cyclists The answer was: The mosquito travels at 10 km/h, which means that m one hour, it Hies 10 km. The speed of the cyclists is irrelevant. I REFER to your article on Lateral Thinking ("Think again and see what others don't"), published m the

It is more than just Easter eggs [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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It is more than just Easter eggs EASTER springs upon us each year like a rabbit. But, unlike Christmas, there is no fixed date for it. This year, its estimated time of arrival (confirmed by the Changi Airport) is April 19. As usual, I was going to buy my cute

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I 1 9» With the increasing emphasis m Singapore on family and procreation, The Sunday Times announces a timely focus feature on May 10. "Family" is the candid supplement which devotes the best of its editorial pages to these expressive topics: Always room for one more It runs n the

FOCUS/Analysis

Looking for a blueprint for the future [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Looking for a blueprint for the future TAN LIAN CHOO Demand for architectural services has fallen sharply m recent years. Is the worst over and how can the profession overcome its problems? ARCHITECTS By It's more a question of the need for our architects to diversify. If we succeed m

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OBITUARIES

181 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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181 Deaths Shirley lee siew moi AGE 33 pjsieo away suddenly on 1 1 487 at ■> i— *»v!ng behind beloved Husband Ton Eng Muat Mother .n-l«w: Ong Ah Kum Motner Tan Boon Kiang Oiughlfi Judy Ton Yen Li. Serene Ton yjp Ling Cortege leaves Blk 175 10-763. A»e -J

182 Acknowledgements [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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182 Acknowledgements The family of the late Agatha Lim Ah Moi called to be with the Lord on 4 April, 1987 wish to eipress their sincere thanks and appreciation to the doctors and nursing staff at Ward 24 TTSH. for their care and concern during her illness to the priests

181 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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181 Deaths MDM THEIVANAIAMMAL SUPPIAH Age 70 passed dway peacefully on 11.4.87 leaving behind SONS- DAUGHTER IN LAWiganaUtan M.u.iiiuun Arasso 1 1- stu Inspector) iSMlnej S Nathan s Purusbolman (MaJ DAUGHTER- SON-IN-LAW Kri>hnavem (.'apt Havi SKh JRINDSON GRANDDAUGHTERSUl Sftti (Appoo) LHmil.t [Vii Kawt.i S.mta Body lying at 37-A Fair Drive.

184 In Memoriam [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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184 In Memoriam In Loving Memory of WINNIE CHIN LIH JEN Departed on 12 April 1986 Time will ease our sorrows but fond memories linger on And we dare face the tomorrows J'rM-.iuse warm thoughts and love Sadly missed but alwayt remembered by dad. mum. brothers. titter grandpa, cousins, uncles,

RACING

Majik rarin' to go [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Majik rarin' to go MARKSMAN By Our man on the track PENANG Maflk has been going great guns m the last few days and should shed his maiden status today m Race 5, the $20,000 Batu Gantong Stakes for Class 3 Div 1 horses over 1,700 m. The five-year-old Irish

Symphony can atone for costly defeat [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Symphony can atone for costly defeat LUCKY LEO By LAST weekend's beaten favourite Symphony is set to make amends m Race 3 today. His neck second to Esquire II serves notice of a comeback win and I rate the five-year-old's chances as second to none m the Class 3 Div

THE MUDLARKS [ARTICLE]

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THE MUDLARKS THESE horses have won or done well on a wet track: RACE 2: Impressible. RACE 3: Moon Gazer, Bliss, Marching Home. RACE 4: Ovation V. RACE 5: Trump Card IV, Matushima, Pingat Mas II RACE Genius 11, Roller Coaster, Capital Growth, Chung Ling, Tiger Shan. RACE 1: Noble

TODAY'S PENANG CARD [ARTICLE]

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TODAY'S PENANG CARD xnhrsh ■"TTT^FI 2.15 CLASS 5 DIV 2 1,200 m 1 fAI i (Ratings: 51-24) l— (Stakes: $11,500) 1 19**** Citizen Kane II (late Jet Sir) 57 (51) Kane X Chong 8 nzg +.5. Rested since 9th of 12 C 5-2 XL 1600 m soft Nov 23; week

WHAT THE TIPSTERS SAY [ARTICLE]

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WHAT THE TIPSTERS SAY RACE MARKSMAN TONTO PEDIGREE LUCKY LEO MISTER X 4 D Mission 7 Jantan 4 D Mission 4 0 Mission 5 Skybird 1 1 Citizen Kane 4 D Mission 1 Citizen Kane 1 Citizen Kane 4 D Mission 5 Skybird 1 Citizen Kane 5 Skybird 5 Skybird

Sangster's colt wins narrowly [ARTICLE]

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Sangster's colt wins narrowly JACK ELLIOTT $1.5 m GOLDEN SUPPER STAKES By SYDNEY British pools magnate. Robert Sangs ter, sold the pre-race favourite of the Asl million (about SJI.S million) Golden Slipper Stakes for a reported record As 3 million, and still led m the winner of the event at

Ng sends out first winner [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ng sends out first winner OUR RACING TEAM By jshf FIRST XXXXX0 SECOND XXXXX9 THIRD XXXXX3 PKNANC; Winner's Parade (late Tall FO unleashed a terrific burst m the last race to provide trainer Bonny Ng his first career success yesterday Ridden by American jockey Rick Dominguez. Winner's Parade was unsighted

Exocet Missile and Sweet Success complete double [ARTICLE]

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Exocet Missile and Sweet Success complete double jdjsrj Tr*in*r: Johann van Breukeien Wan by: 3. 1. 2 (1:13). Tei*': Penang $32. $10. $13. $7 Spore $2*. $11. 11. $8 K»w«sl (1 J): Penang ($2) $41. Spore (ss> $92. XL (|2) $*w (pa* .$2 1 $63 Tierce (1, it 5 only):

Jockey Club to open inquiry [ARTICLE]

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Jockey Club to open inquiry L()NI)<iN The British Jockey Club are to conduct an inquiry into the riding of Irish jockey Niall Madden m last Saturday's Grand National. They will review the running of the race, following a storm of protest over Maddens handling of Attitude Adjuster, who finished eighth

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h) THE R V SUNDAY TIMES RATES FOR OBITUARIES 51 5.00 for 3 lines Run on style i $61 50 for 3cm x lcol. Semi display style) $76 86 for 3cm i lcol 'Display style) "In MemorianT is for the loved ones whom you remember

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OBITUARIES

181 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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181 Deaths MDM. CHUA CHOR HUA AGE 87 PASSED AWAY PEACEFULLY ON 11-4-87. LKAYING BEHINDSONS: DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW: Goh Soo Sung (Deceased) Teng Pang Choo Goh Yong Soon Tan Yee Keng Goh Sou Meng (Richard) Bay Keow Neo (Minnie) >■> N.,n. Wong Mcc Nguk (Shirley) Goh Soo Chuan (Edward Chua Hong Kee

181 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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181 Deaths HENRY W. MOK Age 74 was called home to the Lord on 10th April 1987 leaving behind WIVES Oi Vooii Helen SONS: DAUGHTER-IN-LAW: Wing Shu m. James U ing Keung. Tommy Wmg Ming. William W;ng Hong, Bobby Helen DAUGHTERS: SON-IN-LAW: Mcc I ing. Dorothy Wai Ling. Janie Thomas

181 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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181 Deaths VISALATCHY Age 87 (wit* of late Mr Malavarayer formerly of Sungei Bernam Estate, M'aia) passed away peacefully on April 3, 1967 m Jaffna, Sri Lanka, leaving behind 9 children: Ramalingam (X.L Mrs Nadarajah (Sabak Bernam) L)r Sruml Iport) Kandiah Mrs Vijayasundram Spore Mrs Prathapan Mailvaf?anam Nigeria) Veluppillai Visvalingam

Curtis one-up after a strange round [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Curtis one-up after a strange round Five bogeys, five birdies and an eagle enough to hit the front AUGUSTA Curtis Strange, one of the multitude of golfers to have been dealt heartbreak by the cruel back nine of the Augusta National Course, emerged from the crowd on Friday with a

Bowman grabs share of Taiwan Open lead [ARTICLE]

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Bowman grabs share of Taiwan Open lead TAIPEI American Steve Bowman pulled level with Taiwan's Lv Chien Soon for the lead after a one-under-par 73 m the third round of the Taiwan Open yesterday. Bowman chipped m for an eagle-three on the 12th hole and birdied No. 13 as he

Trap team to defend title [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Trap team to defend title SHOOTING Boon Huat, Ricky and Wung Yew for Jakarta SINGAPORE have decided to go with shooters Tan Boon Huat, Lee Wung Yew and Ricky Soon to defend their team trap title m September's South-east Asia Games m Jakarta. The trio were bang on target m

Mac back at his brilliant best [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mac back at his brilliant best TENNIS WORLDWIDE DALLAS John McEnroe scored a stirring 7-6, 6-7, 7-6, 6-4 triumph over top seed Stefan Edberg and got a standing ovation from the crowd on Friday m the semi-finals of the World Championship Tennis Finals tournament. McEnroe said he felt the 3hr

BP's $30,000 boost for professionals [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BP's $30,000 boost for professionals TAY CHENG KHOON TEE TO GREEN THE rusty wheels of Singa- pore's professional golf are spinning again, back on the right track after a generous $30,000 lubrication job by British Petroleum. It was a pleasant and welcome surprise for all connected with the sport here

Amen Corner strikes again [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Amen Corner strikes again jdjsnv First water hole Must hit to right ot green, leaving a long (> putt or a chip to get close enough for par

THE BLOW [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE BLOW AUGUSTA National's Amen Corner, comprising three of the world's most famous, or Infamous, ah the case ma> be, golf boles the lethal 11th, l*th and 13th on< again provided moch of the excitement on the second day of the Masters on Friday. After having inflicted blows on Home

THE BLESSING [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE BLESSING AMEN CORNER was not all mean and wicked In keeping with ite tradition. It had Its fair share of blessings, too, In Friday's second round of the Masters. Leader Curtis Strange, who started the day bogey birdie-bogey and then sank his second shot at the par four fifth

SPORT WORLDWIDE [ARTICLE]

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SPORT WORLDWIDE Sprint champ Sorensen: Den mark's Rolf Sorensen. last months winner of the Tirreno to Adriatico cycling Tour, won the sprint finish concluding the 24th Cerami Grand Prix on Friday m Wasmuel, Belgium. Sorensen covered the 229 kilometres m shr 49min to beat Italian Luciano Boffo, who edged out

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A battle which demands the ultimate strategy p^pW|^(]lii]Sjß HHB%nTTT|H|||H^^9 li^^w^ m Jake Maroc. Prodigal Son, 'be lethal kj m f m^t of two cultures. He is torn by guilt, by B'^^^L |I 1 MjM mS honour, by lust for vengeance. &*lß^fe J V.^yoV SKm From Eric Van Lustbader the »^B^^^^^

The pinfall windfall [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The pinfall windfall *WAS the Dighi before Christmas m 1964 when Santa sprinkled a little magic over the heart of Orchard Road. By morning. Jackie's Orchard Bowl, Singapore's Dnl entre. had become the hottest spot m town. oh. was it hot' Queues started from as early as ;*am. continued until

Youth interest a big boon for bowling [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Youth interest a big boon for bowling Lanes proving to be a big attraction to a growing breed of youngsters MOHAMMED bin Swanoo. 18. helps his dad sell satay at night because he needs money for bowling. Wiastoa Teag, 13. listens to his Walkman and reads story-books to kill time

High noon at Hillsborough: Showdown for Wembley ride [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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High noon at Hillsborough: Showdown for Wembley ride ROB HUGHES TALK OF SOCCER History m the making m second Cup semi-final A T noon today part of Eng- land's FA Cup heritage will be surrendered. For over a century it had been accepted tradition that the Cup semi-finals were played

SOCCER WORLDWIDE [ARTICLE]

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SOCCER WORLDWIDE CHINA trounced the Philippines SM) m a Group Four East Asian Olympic qualifying match m Guangzhou on Friday. China notched up three goals m the first 20 minutes, and led 4-0 at half-time, the official New China News Agency said. Forward Ma Lin and midfielder Li Hui each

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Sugar, spright and right [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sugar, spright and right •LIM KEE CHAN spot on with his prediction last week explains how Leonard proved the fight game is not all about might Boxing to me is an art. I've always said that, and I'll always believe that. I try to beat you with scientific techniques. I'm

Telling punches [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Telling punches Marvin Hagler vs Hay Leonard at Las Vegas Nevada April 6 Round by round listing punches connected punches thrown and per cent connected "OUnd 1 Hagler Leonard Total punches 4-16-25% 10-19-53% Jabs 0-4-00% 4-8-50% Power punches 4-12-33% 6-11-55%. Round 2 Hagler Leonard Total punches 7-38-18% 19-32-59% Jabs 1-6-17%

Ray of hope for rematch [ARTICLE]

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Ray of hope for rematch PHOENIX The manager for World Boxing Council light-heavyweight champion Thomas Hearns says negotiations are under way for a possible Hearns rematch with Sugar Ray Leonard m September. Leonard stopped Hearns m the 14th round of their September 1981 fight for the undisputed world welterweight championship.

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Geoff in hunt for what could prove elusive [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Geoff in hunt for what could prove elusive MARTIN BRONSTEIN Comebacks are never easy especially If you're 40 years old. But deoft Hunt refuses to buckle under the pressure of younger, fitter and more aggressive rivals, preferring to be positive despite defeat, optimistic m the face of pessimism from fans.

SSC/SBA joint plan to boost badminton [ARTICLE]

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SSC/SBA joint plan to boost badminton J. RAJENDRAN By BADMINTON m Singapore will receive a boost with the implementation soon of a joint coaching scheme between the Singapore Sports Council and the Singapore Badminton Association. Under the national programme to be drawn up soon, coaches from the existing SSC Fraser

Jahangir taken to four games by Nancarrow [ARTICLE]

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Jahangir taken to four games by Nancarrow LONDON Jahangir Khan, the five-time champion from Pakistan, and Susan Devoy. the three time title-holder from New Zealand, both had to work hard to reach the last eight of the British Open M^uash championships here on Friday Susan was taken to four games

Nierhoff only non-Chinese in semi-finals [ARTICLE]

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Nierhoff only non-Chinese in semi-finals NANJING Unseeded Jens Peter Nierhoff, of Denmark, beat South Korea's Sung Han Kook 17-8, 8-15, 15-8 on Friday to become the only non-Chinese player to enter the men's singles semi-finals of the 1987 China Open badminton championships. Nierhoff, runner-up m the Belgium Grand Prix tournament

SPORTING SUNDAY [ARTICLE]

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SPORTING SUNDAY ATHLETICS Third All-Comers meet (National Stadium, 2pm). BADMINTON F&N/Yonex National Ranking League: Ist cylce (SBH, 9am BOW LING 2nd Jatieo Tournament of Champions: Semi-finals finals (Kirn Seng Bowl. 9am, 1.30pm). Youth League (Striker's Bowl, 8.30 am). CRICKET SCA Dlv 1: TT v IA (Dieppe Barracks, 10.30 am). Friendly:

Living for kicks [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Living for kicks JANICE SEAH No-holds-barred Thai boxing brutal, yet beautifu Said and Done AND you thought Sugar Ray Leonard used every trick m the book. Last night I saw something that re-wrote the ruddy book. Violence flailed its lethal arms at the World Trade Centre. And legs. And elbows,

Singapore beaten in final [ARTICLE]

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Singapore beaten in final LOCAL SHORTS PERAK thrashed Singapore by 83 runs m the Malaysian Cricket Association Under -23 inter-state final m Ipoh yesterday. Brief soores: Perak 155 < Iqbal Ah 21. S. Black 28, A. Christie 26, Mohd Asif 2-43, Sanjay Sharma 2-29, Lia quat Patni 2-21, Keith Martens

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Are you prepared to sacrifice as much asAndy? j*^ On Saturday April 18th Andy Ooi, Manager of the Clark \*j|i? X Hatch Physical Fitness Centres will attempt to skip for 4 RSSls^* b hours m aid of the Community Chest of Singapore. ipf^ No matter how fit you are, skipping

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The Sunday Times Sunday

Tottenham stamp their class [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Tottenham stamp their class Clive scores his 45th goal to break Greaves' club record LONDON Tottenham, refusing to show an> sympathy for Watford's goalkeeping plight. yesterday reached the Football Association (FA) Cup final for the eighth time m theii 105-year history with a clinical 4-1 victory The semi-final, played at

Everton cruise, Liverpool crash [ARTICLE]

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Everton cruise, Liverpool crash LONDON Everton went three points clear at the top of the English First Division yesterday after Merseyside rivals Liverpool slumped to a fourth successive defeat Everton. ahead of Liverpool on goal difference at kick-off with a game m hand, annihilat- ed West Ham at Goodison Park

BRITISH SOCCER RESULTS [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH SOCCER RESULTS DIVISION ONE Arsenal 2 Charlton 1 Everton 4 West Ham 0 Man City 2 Southampton 4 i Norwich Liverpool 1 Oxford 1 Newcastle 1 WHK 2 Luton 2 OIMSION TWO Blackburn 4 Barnsley PMm 0 Plymouth 0 Derby 0 Stoke Huddsheid 1 Ipswich 2 MHtaaß I Ghmsby

Alice is looking good in fourth [ARTICLE]

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Alice is looking good in fourth LEE WAI WUN BOWLING By WATCH out. Singapore bowlers There's a sweei young iass Whl may soon make heads turn for more than one reason Newcomer Alice Tay was unheard of and un-noticed m the Jatico Tournament of Champions at Kirn Seng Bowl yesterday

Saunders sues Bond [ARTICLE]

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Saunders sues Bond UiMMIN Ron Saanders has sued rival English Second Division manager John Bond for libel as a result of a furious row several months ago. Bond, recently fined «:Tsi ($23,Mt) by the Football Association for criticising England manager Bobby Robson, accused Saonders of leaving Birmingham m a terrible

DIVISION THREE [ARTICLE]

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DIVISION THREE Blackpool 0 Cillingham I Bournemouth 1 Waball 0 Bolton 0 MkMteatio 1 Hn.st.il R 3 Swimion 4 Chesioi 1 Rotherham 0 Darlington 4 Bury 1 Fulham 3 Chesterfield 1 MunihfUl 2 Bristol City 0 Notts County 1 Brentford 1 Port Vile 0 Carlisle 1 York *port 8

DIVISION FOUR [ARTICLE]

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DIVISION FOUR Aldershot 1 Wrexham 0 Cambridge 1 Swansea 0 Cardiff I Preston 1 Crew*- 1 Lincoln 2 Kxetei 2 Halifax Hertford 1 Si* kfxirt

SCITTISH ONE [ARTICLE]

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SCITTISH ONE Airdne 3 Clyde 2 Brechin 3 East Fife 2 Dumbarton 3 Kilmarnock 2 Forfar 4 Montrose 1 Parlu-k 0 Dunfermline 2 yuwn O" Sth 2 Morton 3

SCOTTISH TWO [ARTICLE]

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SCOTTISH TWO Reuter Alloa 0 Arbroath 3 Berwi.k 0 Meadowbank 1 Cowdenbeath 1 Ayr 3 East Sliding 1 Albion 0 Raith 1 Sten'muir 0 Si Johnstone 0 Queen's Park 2 Stranraer 0 Stirling 3

Poh Leong plans to pull a fast one [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Poh Leong plans to pull a fast one OE DORM By TOKYO The hard work and research Japan's coach Yoshinobu Ishii has put into preparing for today's pre-Olympic match against the Republic may have been m vain. Singapore coach Seak Poh Leong, being fully aware that Ishii has a complete

Battle begins before the match [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Battle begins before the match TOKYO THE real battle for supremacy between Japan and Singapore won't begin until 3pm this afternoon (Singapore time). But that hasn't stopped Japanese officialdom firing off a few warning shots m the build-up to the big match. Since the Singapore team arrived on Tuesday, team

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Facing up to hostel life [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Facing up to hostel life hsjstrsh The live-in undergraduate has quite a lot on his plate: Fun and games, exam pressure, a whiff of romance and more. BERTHA HENSON discovers. NT IS 10 o'clock. Supper-time. Susan Yong swung round m her swivel chair. Three hours of brainracking and still no

Master of a pool of varied talents [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Master of a pool of varied talents Professor Lee Soo Ann. Senior Lecrurer with the National University of Singapore School of Management, is the Master of Kent Ridge Hall. He looks after the running of the hall with the help of the Senior Common Room Committee, which may consist of

WHITE MAGIC [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WHITE MAGIC LIM PHAY-LING By WHITE. Snowy sheets billowing m the wind. Crisply starched school uniforms. Young brides rustling m their creamy gowns. In Singapore, white has the tendency to be associated with tnose brighter-than-white detergent ads and the sparkling teeth m toothpaste commercials. But m Europe and the United

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Theme for May 10 STREET LIFE When travelling abroad, street life never fails to catch the eye. The activity, the people, the colour. Singapore is no different. From Chinatown to Little India, our street life is just as varied and vibrant Do you have an interesting shot of Singapore street

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THE OPENING SALVO [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE OPENING SALVO A major let-down, with the 15 of the 16 comperes m a battle of sexes that took up the whole hour. There was little song and dance and too many novelty items such as comperes m drag, walking on eggs and balancing a kettle on a pole.

MORE FOR MEN [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MORE FOR MEN Really? All the items had a general appeal. The travellers' eloquence determines the success of Travellers' Tales, which visited Pakistan and Thailand. Can't figure out the reason for the new Mr Cook segment which has had veteran singer Qin Huai stir-frying prawns and comedian Hua Liang whip

SHOWBIZ SCENE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SHOWBIZ SCENE Pictures by Thursday night's Live From Studio One, a traditional hit with younger audience, lives on. No one missed the popular Top Ten pop charts transferred to a new Saturday musical beginning next month as there's plenty of flash and dash by the SBC singers and dancers. The

ALL IN THE FAMILY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ALL IN THE FAMILY Quite a contrast between first and second weeks, but both had strong features and sketches. Newcomer He Zishi. the weekly Mr Know-Ail, provides conversation points with trivia points. Former Family Hour presenter Shen Xueqi caricatures an Agony Aunt. Hua Liang was an able replacement last week,

LADIES' NIGHT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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LADIES' NIGHT Almost, and it started well with an interview with Miss Singapore/Universe Marion Teo (right) who could have done with more fanfare and better camera angles. An art-and-craft lesson plus tips on toy selection during the first week looked useful for mothers and housewives. The Fashion Week feature was

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Evening of songs in honour of Rafi [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Evening of songs in honour of Rafi HINDI singer Mohamed Rafi has gone but his memories linger 0n To keep the Rafi trail blazing, local show organisers Sitara Entertainers, have put together an evening of hits sung by him. Presenting the favourites m the Rafi Xi Yaad programme at Victoria

Vintage Hollywood, and every one a classic [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Vintage Hollywood, and every one a classic PHILIP COOREY VIDEO GUIDE By CEL Video has put out a package of old films, all m black-and-white, and all of them classics of vintage Hollywood. Today's filmgoers, who are so used to colour, sometimes fail to appreciate the craftsmanship that went into

Free air tickets to woo viewers of HK tapes [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Free air tickets to woo viewers of HK tapes JULIE TAN By AN ALL-OUT campaign to woo video viewers of Hongkong TV productions is m the offing. As part of an aggressive promotions drive, the new local licensee of Hongkong Television Broadcasts Ltd (HK-TVB) programmes will give away air tickets

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Your first piano f, '^3 lesson is now to ''•|flF|T^ choose a piano. j Ht piano is a long term in\ estment I^^^^^ lodged on several qualities: Vfl^jj^^^Vf^ RICH rONE EVEN TOUCH: "I can really make them talk and sing/ said Mark atoret, I rciiv h I'ianist Fou Tsong, Shanghai-born

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Business a monthly journal of business trends j K9 Should professionals advertise? Why are art prices soaring? Are private hospitals well? The pawnbroker as survivor i I Marina Square: Past and future Shipowning made easy Jk^| ATimes Periodicals Publication Jpf APRIL 1987

CINEMA

Fonda's spirited show makes thriller bearable [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Fonda's spirited show makes thriller bearable PHILIP CHEAH By THE MORNING AFTER Coming to Lido Starring Jane Fonda, Jeff Bridges and Raui Julia Directed by Sidney Lumet DID she or didn't she commit the murder? Who cares' After the opening grisly murder scene, The Morning After becomes one long hangover.

HOLLYWOOD [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HOLLYWOOD The hills are alive with the sound o€ Julie again Jl Andrews is busy filming another musical extravaganza. The Sound of Christ mai>. The singing television spectacular is set m Salzberg, Austria, where The Sound of Music was filmed more than 20 years ago. During the fortnight of filming,

Surprising comedy with a rare mix of stars [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Surprising comedy with a rare mix of stars JULIE TAN By THE THIRTY MILLION RUSH At Cathay cinemas Starring Carl Maka, Lin Ching Hsia, Paula Tsui, Eric Tsang and Mark Cheng Directed by Carl Maka EVER wonder what would have become of Taiwan-made celluloid romances if Lin Ching Hsia got

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TV EYE

Is it nuptial knot or not for Feng Bo Bo? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Is it nuptial knot or not for Feng Bo Bo? JULIE TAN By LOOK EAST ON SCREEN, he Is oast as the emperor while she plays his favourite concubine. But now Feng Bo Bo and Zong Hua are bringing their roles m the popular Chinese senal Yang Guifei into real

The odds on staying in business [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The odds on staying in business PHILIP CHEAH By NO EXPERTS. No answers. No science. True business wisdom lies m ambiguity, uncertainty and irrationality, argues Tom Peters, a business expert who wrote the bestseller, In Search of Excellence. In The World Turned Upside Down (Tuesday, 8 pm, Ch 12) Peters

A staid tribute to woman [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A staid tribute to woman LEE SIEW HWA By Women of the World April 16, 8 pm, Channel 12 A NAZI-HUNTER with her rough justice, the geisha m her hermetic world, the woman John Lennon loved: These women spell-bind. Portraits of women who intrigue sensual, gutsy, full of enigma fill

How the stars survived their Oscar vigil [ARTICLE]

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How the stars survived their Oscar vigil THE 59th Annual Academy Awards, (Tonight, Ch 5, 9.31 pm) was a night for stars who had waited a long time for their Oscar and newcomers too. And from the telecast from the Los Angeles Music Centre to Beverly Hills hotels and restaurants,

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MUSIC

Jazz standards for the collector [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Jazz standards for the collector MICHAEL TAY By COMPACT DISC SCENE SINCE the advent of the "everlasting medium, many historic jazz recordings have been transferred 10 CD a real boon to enthusiasts of this kind of music. This week, three among many such choice recordings are reviewed ELLA AND LOIIS

Irish rock group appeal as it speaks up for the people [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Irish rock group appeal as it speaks up for the people U2's... songs speak of problems common to many of unemployment, growing up, drugs. WITH a crack of thunder and a bolt of lighting. L' 2. the critically acclaimed Irish rock band, launched another American tour recently. The storm may

TOP OF THE POPS [ARTICLE]

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TOP OF THE POPS 1.(1) Let It Be Ferry Aid 2.(4) Let's Wait Awhile Janet Jackson 3(10) Lalsla Bonita Madonna 4.(3) Respectable Mcl and Kirn 5.(2) With Or Without You U2 Previous week s position Britain 6 (15) Lean on Me Club Nouveau 7.(8) Sign the Times Prince 8(9) Weak

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Young Life

Hello kids [ARTICLE]

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Hello kids DO YOU sometimes envy the people of olden times" Life seemed to have been much more exciting Even going to the next town could be an adsenture. People could never tell what might happen when they set out from their front door Going farther away meant more excitement.

Mobiles that sway in the wind [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mobiles that sway in the wind AN AMERICAN artist named Alexander Calder made the first mobiles. These are wire and thread contraptions that sway with the slightest breeze. Watching a mobile is very soothing. The key to a good mobile is to balance the objects properly. Today's activity is a

FAMOUS TRAVELLERS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FAMOUS TRAVELLERS kjj MANY of the medieval Europeans thought that Marco Polo was very imaginative when he described his days m the court of the Mongol Emperor Kublai Khan. They could not believe that there were people living on the other side of a flat earth. He was regarded as

More hectic than electric [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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More hectic than electric Has SBC's top show become a victim of its own publicity? JULIE TAN suggests why some viewers have so far been disappointed with its new format m Studio One Presents. LIKE its tired-sounding theme song. the old Live From Studio One trudged on night after night,

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74 Situations Vacant: Miscellaneous FEMALE DENTAL ASSISTANT i With or without experience. reqd for (19 or 14 Interested pis apply personally at mi-iiK, city F'..i.\ i between 10am 2pm 81 Vehicles For Hire SIANG HOCK OFFERS cars pick-ups \:ms lorries box '..m> mini-buses at low rates. Balestier XXXXX66 Open till

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85 For Sale: Alfa/ Peugeot/Volvo 9/85 ALFA 33 15. (ireen Cloverleaf, 1 owner, tax Aug '87 Tip lop $41,000 o n 0 Rofino: XXXXX00. 86 For Sale: BMW SEE THE LATEST RANGE OF BMW CARS BMW CENTRE 280 Kam pong Arang Road (Off Mountbattan Road) betweeen 10.30 a.m. 4.30 p.m.

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90 For Sale: Toyota 10/83 STARLET, aircond. radi cassette Tax Oct '87 $20 500 Te XXXXX97 alter 2pm 11/82 TOYOTA STARLET, 1000 CC 1 owner, aircon radio cassette showroom cond. $19,600 XXXXX82 1980 TOYOTA CORONA 16, 4-door PARF', aircon., cassette, nici condition Tel: XXXXX80, lpm. 8/81 COROLLA DX 13 Tax

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92 For Sale: Mazda 75 NEAR MAZDA 929 Tip U cond Aircon. new tyres. Pt owner $3,200. Can loan $2.00 XXXXX38. 1983 626 GLX. 4-door, full pov ered. 2 pte owners, new ta good cond $26,300. Tel: XXXXX63 72 MAZDA 1000, beautiful con with aircon Pioneer hi-fi. Ca 292-8339 (after

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