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The Straits Times Estd. 1845 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1986 50 CENTS M.C. (P) No. 188/12/85

Problems still with us: B-G Lee [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Problems still with us: B-G Lee WONG AI KWEI Unemployment going up and S'pore is lagging behind Taiwan, S. Korea and Hongkong By B-G Lee fields students' questions: Page 8 S'pore 'can be a succes sf ul financial centre': Page 8 BUSINESS may be improving but two facts show clearly

Tunku in hospital with chest pains [ARTICLE]

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Tunku in hospital with chest pains PENANG Former Malaysian Prime Ministar Tunku Abdul Rahman was admitted into the Penang Medical Centre yesterday afternoon for observation after complaining of chest pairs. He was in the intensive care unit. The Tunku, 83, had had a busy day on Monday receiving Hari Raya

Man gets jail but escapes caning for extortion [ARTICLE]

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Man gets jail but escapes caning for extortion A MAN who tried to extort $1 million from the Overseas Union Bank's managing director yesterday escaped the mandatory caning because of his poor health. Yeo Kian Hock, 49, however, was given the minimum jail term of two years by District Judge

Goldsmith loses $1.2m to ceiling break-in burglars [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Goldsmith loses $1.2m to ceiling break-in burglars NG WENG HOONG SURESH NAIR By and POLICE had no inkling that burglars had hacked their way into a groundfloor goldsmith shop and fled with $1.2 million in cash and jewellery when they were alerted to a break-in at a hardware company directly

Platini needs to be on the ball — coach [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Platini needs to be on the ball coach IS MICHEL Platini on a plateau? "Platini is improving, but considering his skill, it's not enough. He must produce more." So says the French coach Henri Michel despite his country having qualified for the second round of the World Cup finals. Joining

Five S'poreans seriously hurt in acid spill at Causeway [ARTICLE]

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Five S'poreans seriously hurt in acid spill at Causeway JOHOR BARU Five Singaporeans among 12 people who suffered burns from acid spilled by a trailer at the Johor Baru Causeway yesterday have been placed in the intensive care unit of the Sultanah Aminah General Hospital here. A hospital spokesman said

Index up 20 points [ARTICLE]

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Index up 20 points WITH investors showing strong interest in both Singapore and Malaysian storks, the widely-fol-lowed Stratts Times Indnstrial Index rose 20.26 points to 712.12 yesterday. All sectors made fur ther gains thronghoat the day. Rises led falls by a wide margin of 161 to only flve. Trading was

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Home [ARTICLE]

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Home Taxes and property THERE WILL be no more tax breaks for the property sector for the time being, said the Ministry of Finance yesterday. In a press statement announcing the disbanding of the lfr-member Property Market Consultative Committee, it said: "A number of recommendations for further tax changes have

comment [ARTICLE]

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comment THE STRAITS TIMES SAYS: THERE are good reasons to expect improved prospects (or the OECD economies m 1186. Hot any optimism we have should he tempered with caution. For our fortunes are also linked with the economies m our region, the prospects (or which are not good. Also, protectionism

Around the world [ARTICLE]

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Around the world Soviets can jam Nato THE SOVIETS consider the disruption of Nato communications a top priority m the event of an EastWest conflict and there is "ample evidence" they have the ability to jam Allied command centres, says Jane's Military Communications 1986 yearbook. The yearbook said at the

Timesdollar [ARTICLE]

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Timesdollar SHAREHOLDERS APPROVE OCBC SHARE OPTION SCHEME SHAREHOLDERS have said yes to Oversea-Chi-nese Banking Corporation's share option scheme for senior executives at an extraordinary general meeting. But, several shareholders questioned the scheme and asked for a count of the votes m favour of the scheme, instead of just a show

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

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Around Asean...and Across the Causeway Hayden's Viet move AUSTRALIA contacted Vietnam directly to urge it to reconsider its rejection of a peace proposal presented by the Cambodian resistance in order to end the seven-year-old conflict in the country, Australian Foreign Minister Bill Hayden said yesterday. Mr Hayden said in Bangkok

Forum [ARTICLE]

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Forum AMEND FACTORY SPACE RULE THE PRESENT 40 per cent office space/storage and 60 per cent manufacturing space rule on the use of flatted factories should be amended to reflect the emphasis on high-tech industries. A reader says the actual manufacturing area m such companies could be quite small. But,

Timesport [ARTICLE]

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Timesport Paul's up to tricks NATIONAL waterskier Paul Fong is up to his tricks again literally. The 21-year-old has been selected for the World Cup waterskiing championships m London starting tomorrow, and hopes to excel m his pet tricks event. Paul will be one of three skiers representing the Far

Section Two [ARTICLE]

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Section Two Lunchtime culture IT MUST HAVE been a week of lunch-on-the-run for theatre connoisseurs. For six lunchtimes, the Shell Theatrette played host, generously giving a different menu everyday. The crowd, of various types, filled the auditorium. Some points during the performances were higher than others. But it must be

Buyers' Guide [ARTICLE]

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around the WORLD

Boost imports or face stronger yen, Japan told [ARTICLE]

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Boost imports or face stronger yen, Japan told TOKYO A TOP United States economic official yesterday presented Japan with an economic ultimatum act to boost domestic economic demand and increase imports or face the prospects of a significantly stronger yen. Mr Beryl Sprinkel, chairman of the US Council of Economic

Two boys fitted with mini bionic ears [ARTICLE]

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Two boys fitted with mini bionic ears SYDNEY Australia's bionic ear team yesterday claimed a world breakthrough after successfully fitting two children with a mini-version of the implanted electronic hearing aid. The breakthrough was announced at a Melbourne news conference where two boys, aged five and 10, showed off the

China-Japan textbook war hots up again [ARTICLE]

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China-Japan textbook war hots up again BEIJING STEPPING up a new "textbook war" with Japan, China has demanded that Tokyo revise a school history book which it says glosses over "Japanese wartime atrocities. Xinhua news agency said: "The Chinese Foreign Ministry has sent a stem note to the Japanese Embassy

Tokyo records another trade surplus [ARTICLE]

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Tokyo records another trade surplus TOKYO Japan released figures yesterday showing yet another record trade surplus but there was a glimmer of hope for its major trade partners beneath the surface of the statistics. The Finance Ministry said the surplus m May reached a record monthly US$7.5 billion (5516.5 billion)

Cheers as three dissident editors go to jail [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Cheers as three dissident editors go to jail TAIPEI Three Taiwanese dissident magazine editors began jail sentences for libel yesterday following a demonstration throughout the night by thousands of their supporters m Taipei. The editors of NeoFormosa Magazine, draped with garlands of flowers, were cheered and clapped as they drove

Hawke to prescribe nasty medicine [ARTICLE]

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Hawke to prescribe nasty medicine SYDNEY Soaring inflation, an expected rise m unemployment and a big balance of payments deficit are symptoms of Australia's economic woes and some nasty medicine is expected to be prescribed by Prime Minister Bob Hawke when he addresses the nation today. Government sources say Mr

100 years' supply of propellors [ARTICLE]

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100 years' supply of propellors CANBERRA The Royal Australian Air Force has admitted it has a IM-year supply of propellora for its 2» Lockheed Orion surveillance aircraft bat was stopped from saying why. The stockpile was revealed by the RAAF's Logistics Controller, Air Cdre Adrian Furness, at a parliamentary Inquiry

Hanoi takes a hard look at itself [ARTICLE]

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Hanoi takes a hard look at itself HANOI Vietnam's Communist Party leadership criticised itself and adopted a number of urgent economic measures at a 19-day plenum, it was reported yesterday. The plenum, which ended on Friday, unanimously adopted a final communique and a policy report to be presented to a

'Soviets can jam Nato command lines' claim [ARTICLE]

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'Soviets can jam Nato command lines' claim LONDON The Soviots consider the disruption of Nato communications a top priority m the event of an EastWest conflict and there is "ample evidence" they have the ability to jam Allied command centres, according to Jane's Military Communications 1986 Yearbook. The yearbook, published

Bay Bridge seeks glory of its rival [ARTICLE]

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Bay Bridge seeks glory of its rival SAN FRANCISCO A group of San Franciscans have launched a movement to change the name of the San Francisco-Oak-land Bay Bridge to honour the man who ordered it built, Emperor Norton I. "We want to get this movement going to catch the sOth

Reagan pledges safer, wiser space programme [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Reagan pledges safer, wiser space programme WASHINGTON President Ronald Reagan has formally accepted a report on the Challenger shuttle disaster and has pledged that the tragedy will m the long run lead to a wiser, safer space exploration programme. "We have suffered a tragedy and a setback, but we'll forge

Fresh ties [ARTICLE]

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Fresh ties UNITED NATIONS Nicaragua and Vanuatu, the tiny island republic m the South-West Pacific, have agreed to establish diplomatic relations at amhassadorial level. Reuter

Britain to study any Soviet spaceflight offer [ARTICLE]

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Britain to study any Soviet spaceflight offer LONDON Britain said it would study with interest any formal offer which would allow one of its astronauts to fly into space aboard a Soviet craft. "We would have no objections to receiving Soviet proposals on civil space co-operation especially if they were

Police help Blacks in fight with radicals [ARTICLE]

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Police help Blacks in fight with radicals CROSSROADS (South Africa) Black gangs helped by White police and troops captured parts of this sprawling shanty town near Cape Town yesterday where II Blacks have died m riots after battles with Black radicals, eyewitnesses said. Factions using guns, axes, clubs and iron

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Parties to talk it out [ARTICLE]

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Parties to talk it out THE SRI LANKAN government is expected to invite the main Tamil political party to discuss separatist guerilla violence at a multi-party conference, sources m Colombo said yesterday. A decision to invite the Tamil United Liberation Front is likely to be taken at a Cabinet meeting

China's sex clinic [ARTICLE]

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China's sex clinic CHINA'S FIRST sex clinic for women has opened m the north-eastern city of Harbin to combat frigidity, nymphomania, perversion and infertility. The Heilongjiang Daily, received m Beijing yesterday, said the clinic m a city maternity hospital would deal with problems arising from ignorance about sex and women's

Call to save wood [ARTICLE]

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Call to save wood THE INDIAN government has been urged to introduce fuel-efficient crematoriums to show that it is serious about conserving energy resources. The Energy Advisory Board says m a report that heavily-deforested India could save millions of tonnes of scarce firewood by using modern "cremation hearths". Most Indians

Dial-a-panda [ARTICLE]

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Dial-a-panda A SPECIAL telephone service allowing callers to hear a tape-recording of the cries of a new-born panda at Tokyo Zoo has caught the imagination of Japanese animal lovers. About 200,000 people a day are calling the Tokyo number to hear squeals of the animal, which was born on June

No joy in school [ARTICLE]

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No joy in school SOME CHINESE schoolchildren are under such intense pressure to do well and get to university that their health is suffering, the China Daily reported yesterday. It said pupils had so much homework that they had no time off, adding that m schools eye ailments were on

Royal Family treated 'like Dynasty cast' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Royal Family treated 'like Dynasty cast' 6 I'm delighted (Prince Andrew) is getting married, but not because I think it will keep him out of trouble because, in fact, he's never been in trouble in the sense the popular press would have it. Prince Philip (left). LONDON Prince Philip, who

EC will cut subsidies for troubled shipyards [ARTICLE]

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EC will cut subsidies for troubled shipyards LUXEMBOURG European Community ministers agreed to limit aid for the bloc's troubled shipbuilding industry which has suffered badly from the severe recession affecting the sector worldwide, diplomats said. The 12 ministers on Monday backed an EC executive commission proposal to set a ceiling

Bullets stop when the match starts [ARTICLE]

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Bullets stop when the match starts BEIRUT A SHI'ITE Muslim gunman paused briefly from firing rockets into a Beirut refugee camp on Monday night to argue with fellow-militiamen. The topic: the World Cup Finals in Mexico. "Even if west Beirut were attacked and stormed I would probably carry the television

Locusts plague Lebanon's farms [ARTICLE]

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Locusts plague Lebanon's farms BEIRUT Waves of locusts hit Lebanon's Christian heartland on Monday and agriculture experts called for emergency plans to avoid a "national disaster", local radio stations reported. The experts held talks with the army command and the civil defence corps to discuss ways of fighting the locust

Austrian Foreign Minister resigns [ARTICLE]

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Austrian Foreign Minister resigns VIENNA Foreign Minister Leopold Gratz announced his resignation yesterday, continuing the political chain reaction set off by Dr Kurt Waldheim's decisive presidential victory. Dr Waldheim, a former United Nations Secretary-General was elected President on Sunday despite worldwide controversy over his role as a German Army officer

Two hid in homes near Chernobyl for a month [ARTICLE]

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Two hid in homes near Chernobyl for a month MOSCOW Two old women hid m their homes m Pripyat, the town closest to the Chernobyl power station, for a month after the nuclear accident there, a Soviet newspaper reported yesterday. Sovietskaya Rossiya said Anastasia Semenyaka, 85, and Maria Kar pyenok,

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AROUND ASEAN

Hayden: We contacted Hanoi directly [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Hayden: We contacted Hanoi directly BANGKOK Australia contacted Vietnam directly to urge it to reconsider its rejection of a peace plan presented by the Cambodian resistance to end the seven-year-old conflict, Australian Foreign Minister Bill Hayden said yesterday. Mr Hayden told a press conference after meeting his Thai counterpart, Air

US and Australia sceptical about changes [ARTICLE]

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US and Australia sceptical about changes Albert Ramalingam By Bangkok Correspondent BANGKOK Both the United States and Australia yesterday expressed scepticism that any changes in the Vietnamese leadership next year might lead to a political solution over Hanoi's occupation of Cambodia. While Australian Foreign Minister Bill Hayden described any Vietnamese

Ex-colonel pledges to table amnesty Bill [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ex-colonel pledges to table amnesty Bill BANGKOK A CASHIERED Thai army colonel has pledged to submit a Bill to Parliament seeking amnesty for 40 people on trial m connection with an abortive coup if he is successful m the election on July 27, his aides said yesterday. Col Prachak Sawangchit,

Thai wins Mitsubishi award [ARTICLE]

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Thai wins Mitsubishi award MANILA Thai journalist Boonsong Kositchotethana has been named the 1986 Mitsubishi Economics journalist of the year for his "incisive reporting of industrial and energy developments" m South-east Asia. Mr Kositchotethana, a Bangkok Post business reporter, will receive US$3,OOO (5J6.600) m cash and will visit Japan and

Marcos ally surrenders [ARTICLE]

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Marcos ally surrenders MANILA A feared Muslim warlord and ally of former President Ferdinand Marcos yesterday took what he described as a step towards peace by surrendering to the military 87, mostly vintage, unlicensed firearms. Eight high-powered rifles out of the total surrendered by Ali Dimaporo were promptly lost while

Aussies fear Indonesia most, poll shows [ARTICLE]

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Aussies fear Indonesia most, poll shows SYDNEY INDONESIA has displaced the Soviet Union as the nation most feared by Australians, according to an Australian Broadcasting Corporation poll. liiirty-five per cent perceived Indonesia as the greatest threat, followed by the Soviet Union (22 per cent) and the United States (six per

Upbeat growth forecast for Philippines [ARTICLE]

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Upbeat growth forecast for Philippines MANILA A SENIOR Philippine economist has forecast zero economic growth this year but an agricultural boom m 1987 which will fuel 6 per cent growth through 1969. Mr Bernardo Villegas, Sonior Vice-President and Chef Economist of the Centre for Research and Communications, said negative growth

AROUND ASEAN...and Across The Causeway

Marcos cronies offer to help dig up hidden assets [ARTICLE]

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Marcos cronies offer to help dig up hidden assets MANILA MORE associates of ousted strongman Ferdinand Marcos have contacted the Philippine government with offers to help dig up his "hidden wealth", a senior official said yesterday. Mr Ramon Diaz of the Commission on Good Gov ernment, which is hunting the

Cojuangco will return to defend himself [ARTICLE]

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Cojuangco will return to defend himself MANILA Eduardo Cojuangco, a billionaire businessman accused of amassing vast wealth during the 20--year rule of Ferdinand Marcos, plans to return to the Philippines and defend himself m the courts. Mr Cojuangco, a cousin of President Corazon Aquino and regarded as Mr Marcos' closest

Panel sits next week to consider reopening Ver trial [ARTICLE]

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Panel sits next week to consider reopening Ver trial MANILA A commission appointed by the Supreme Court will begin hearings next Monday on a petitior seeking to reopen the tria' of former military chief Gen Fabian Ver and 25 other people acquitted of involvement m the murder of former Senator

MIC vows to keep 100 % polls record [ARTICLE]

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MIC vows to keep 100 polls record KUALA LUMPUR Th<> Malaysian Indian Congress will work hard to keep its 100 per cent record m elections, party president Datuk S. Samy Vellu said yesterday. In the last general election, all the party's cand dates for the four parliamentary and nine state

Aquino blames ex-president for troubles [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Aquino blames ex-president for troubles MANILA Teargas fired into a crowd of supporters of former President Ferdinand Marcos wafted into the home of President Corazon Aquino, who accused the ousted leader of "continuing to foment trouble m this ravaged country". Mrs Aquino said m a statement that she smelled the

Broccoli growing well in Malaysia [ARTICLE]

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Broccoli growing well in Malaysia tfUALA TRENGGANU Broccoli, usually grown m temperate countries, is also suited to low-lying areas of Malaysia. The Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (Mardi) says m the latest issue of its Research News that several varieties of broccoli grow well m such areas. The report

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B-G Lee fields questions [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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B-G Lee fields questions WONG AI KWEI Pre-University Seminar By Short replies to the point, then autographs and picture -taking MANY students wanted to have their pictures taken with him. One even wanted to pose with him alone. A few wanted his autograph. Others formed queues to ask him questions

Students show faith in country's survival [ARTICLE]

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Students show faith in country's survival DOREEN SOH By STUDENTS at the annual Pre-Universlty Seminar were confident that Singapore could succeed as a financial centre, although It was clear that some had not grasped some basic concepts. For example, "financial centre" to one student meant "mere banks will come In

Goldhill Square acts to bring crowds back [ARTICLE]

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Goldhill Square acts to bring crowds back QUIET Goldhffl Square in Thomson Road is trying to boost its image now that its anchor tenant, Galeries Lafayette, has closed. It has set up an outdoor disco and one of the biggest fun and games parks for children in an attempt to

SAF exercises [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SAF exercises THE RSAF will be conducting training over the Loyang, Sembawang, Senoko and Tuas areas tomorrow. This will be m the early hours of the morning, from 1 to 5 am and again m the afternoon from 2 to 5 pm. Aircraft will be flying at low levels and

Accused of importing 5.6 kg of opium [ARTICLE]

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Accused of importing 5.6 kg of opium AN INDIAN national was charged yesterday with importing 5.65 kg of opium at Changi airport's Customs checkpoint on Sunday afternoon. No plea was taken from Kesar Chand, 27, a welder. He was offered bail of $20,000 and his passport was impounded. His case

5 union officials re-elected after [ARTICLE]

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5 union officials re-elected after resigning FIVE officials whose resignations from the Lian He Bao branch committee led to fresh polls yesterday have been re-elected. A sixth official did not contest the new election called by the central coun cil of the Singapore Na tional Union of Journalist*; (SNUJ) after

No more tax breaks for property sector for now [ARTICLE]

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No more tax breaks for property sector for now ILENE ALESHIRE By Finance Ministry disbands consultative committee THERE will be no more tax breaks for the prop erty sector for the time being, the Ministry of Finance said yesterday. In a press statement announcing the disbanding of the 16-member Property

Detective work not all glamour and excitement [ARTICLE]

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Detective work not all glamour and excitement NG WENG HOONG By THE fast cars, shoot-outs and intrigue associated with private eyes are a product of Hollywood's fiction machine, as far as Singapore private detectives are concerned. In most cases, their assignments are down-to-earth and involve getting information, and not going

The Play's the Thing, never mind the herbal cigarettes [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The Play's the Thing, never mind the herbal cigarettes PHILIP CHEAH SINGAPORE FESTIVAL OF ARTS j£j 1986 O By REFORMED smokers or not, the show must go on. Actors with the Cambridge Theatre Company, all of whom have quit smoking, have to puff their way through their performances of P.

Senegalese dancers go topless — but cause hardly a stir [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Senegalese dancers go topless but cause hardly a stir VALERIE LEE Story: Picture: "IF THE audience was taken aback by the bare■breasted female dancer;; at the Ballet National dv Senegal debut performance last night, it did not show. Few among the 1,600 batted an eyelid when wo items, Rhapsodies and

Some cabbies still pick on tourists [ARTICLE]

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Some cabbies still pick on tourists RAY DHALIWAL By TOURISTS are the constant victims of taxi-drivers who overcharge. Not a month passes without complaints of tourists being taken for a ride while travelling to and from Changi airport. In the one year since taxi fares were raised m April last

Two new subjects and audience participation in this year's contest [ARTICLE]

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Two new subjects and audience participation in this year's contest CEPHAH TAN By QUIZ wizards and their supporters should find added challenge in this year's VisQuiz general knowledge and current affairs contest. There will be two new subjects astronomy and photography. And, for the first time, the audience can also

Man signed messages he had scrawled on walls [ARTICLE]

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Man signed messages he had scrawled on walls IN A moment of bravado, a jobless man put his name and identity card number to some Chinese messages on the walls of two buildings. That led police to his house m Block 7, North Bridge Road where he was arrested. Yesterday,

ROV asks for report on car that split [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ROV asks for report on car that split THE Registry of Vehicles has asked the manufacturers of a car that split into two during an accident on May 22 for a report on how it could have happened. An ROY spokesman said that they wanted to know if the Toyota

Two more hostels for ex-drug addicts to open [ARTICLE]

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Two more hostels for ex-drug addicts to open TWO more hostels for former drug addicts undergoing rehabilitation will open later this year m Sembawang. Three are already m operation. The new hostels for Muslims and Buddhists will accommodate up to 40 residents, a senior Singapore Anti-Narcotics Association official said. The

87-year-old woman fell while cleaning windows [ARTICLE]

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87-year-old woman fell while cleaning windows A MISADVENTURE verdict was yesterday recorded on the death of an 83-year-old woman who fell seven floors to her death while cleaning her bedroom windows. A coroner's court heard that Madam Sim Siew Boey complained to her youngest daughter about the dirty windows on

Association of foreign newsmen [ARTICLE]

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Association of foreign newsmen MR NIGEL Holloway has been re-elected President of the Foreign Correspondents' Association of South-east Asia. The three Vice-Presidents are Ms Cheryl Debes, Mr Al Troner and Mr Frieder Reinhold. Mr V. T. Sambandan is Secretary and Treasurer, and Mr N. G. Kutty, Assistant Secretary Treasurer. Committee

For execs [ARTICLE]

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For execs A ONE-DAY seminar on long-term strategy m management will be held at the Dynasty Hotel on July 1. The seminar, Managing Quality into the 21st Century, is for senior executives, said the organisers, Crosby Associates International Inc.

Artist shows off works with bank officer's help [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Artist shows off works with bank officer's help N. BALAKRISHNAN By BANK officers are sometimes maligned by clients for being heartless and penny-pinching. You woe Id not normally expect them to organise an exhibition of a client's paintings. Bat that is what Citibank's "personal banker" Stella I Jm did for

More Singaporean execs taking up jobs abroad [ARTICLE]

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More Singaporean execs taking up jobs abroad AGNES WEE By HARD times have made Singaporean executives more willing to accept overseas postings, when only a couple of years ago, they had often refused to work abroad, according to a leading headhunter. And a big attraction for many these days is

Work on Airport Boulevard underpass to start [ARTICLE]

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Work on Airport Boulevard underpass to start A $7.3 MILLION underpass for vehicles will be built on the city-bound carriageway of Airport Boulevard. The 415-metre underpass will make for a freer flow of traffic when the second passenger terminal building at Changi Airport is completed, said Mr Kam Sing Kuan,

Parliament to be asked about Chernobyl mishap [ARTICLE]

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Parliament to be asked about Chernobyl mishap THE Chernobyl nuclear disaster will feature m the question-and-answer session at the next sitting of Parliament. Two MPs have tabled questions relating to it. Dr Ho Tat Kin (Boon Teck) will ask the Communications and Information Minister what is being done to ensure

Motorcycle forfeited [ARTICLE]

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Motorcycle forfeited A MOTORCYCLIST, who was jailed last month for racing, had his motorcycle forfeited yesterday Hawker assistant Imran bin Salleh, 20, had admitted taking part in an illegal race at Nicoll Drive on New Year's Day. He was jailed a month, banned for three years and fined $1,150.

Sunday morning get-togethers [ARTICLE]

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Sunday morning get-togethers LIM KWAN KWAN By Activities planned for Kreta Ayer residents COME Sundays and Kreta Ayer residents will be able to spend these mornings sipping Chinese tea and tucking into a variety of Cantonese dianxin after an aerobics work-out to slow Chinese music. These activities have been planned

Skills fund to come under the wing of NPB [ARTICLE]

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Skills fund to come under the wing of NPB TONG YOKE THO By THE Skills Development Fund is expected to come under the wing of the National Productivity Board next month. The move is seen as an attempt to streamline national efforts to train and upgrade the skills of workers.

Man denies giving false info to police [ARTICLE]

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Man denies giving false info to police A JOBLESS man yesterday denied six charges of giving false information about purported murder, assanit, robbery and molest cases to the police. Raman Singarasoo, 49, who was brought to court on a warrant of arrest, allegedly gave the false information on the same

Industrial visit [ARTICLE]

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Industrial visit THE Minister of State (Education) and Chairman of the Vocational and Industrial Training Board, Dr Tay Eng Soon, will lead VITB board members and officers of the VTTB, Singapore Polytechnic and Ngee Ann Polytechnic on a visit to Kolam Ayer Industrial Estate tomorrow. The tour is to familiarise

Sri Lankan maid's employer still away [ARTICLE]

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Sri Lankan maid's employer still away THE employer of the Sri Lankan maid who said she was locked up m an apartment while the family was away on holiday is still not home. He was to have met Labour Ministry officials yesterday, but officials who visited his penthouse m Katong

Thirty groups send IN submissions [ARTICLE]

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Thirty groups send IN submissions IRENE NGOO Copyright and Companies (Amendment) Bills By TWO Bills now before parliamentary select committees have drawn 30 written representations between them. This was the situation yesterday morning, the last day for submissions. Sixteen of the representations are on the Copyright Bill and 14 on

Talentime to feature two new categories [ARTICLE]

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Talentime to feature two new categories LEONG WENG KAM By THIS year's English talentime will be more than Just singing and musicmaking. The Singapore Broadcasting Corporation has Introduced two new categories one for bands and the other for dance groups In addition to the solo vocalist section. SBC has also

Worker died two months after fall from lorry [ARTICLE]

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Worker died two months after fall from lorry AN ODD-JOB worker died about two months after he lost his balance and fell off a moving goods lorry one night, a coroner's court heard yesterday. Mr Seah Cheng Teck, 50, who had 281 mg of ethanol per 100 ml of blood,

Woman PC's murder 'a revenge killing' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Woman PC's murder 'a revenge killing' DETECTIVES have interviewed several people m their hunt for the person who killed a policewoman m her flat on Friday. Woman Constable Tan Gek Hong, 31, a mother of two, was stabbed four times with a kitchen knife. Neighbours found her m a crouching

Case to hold seminar on electrical appliances [ARTICLE]

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Case to hold seminar on electrical appliances DO THE laws that protect you from the sale of dangerous electrical appliances need to be amended? Are accidents involving electrical appliances caused by the user's ignorance or inherent faults m the products? Questions like these will be answered during a daylong public

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OECD growth will help, but... [ARTICLE]

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OECD growth will help, but... THE world economy now looks healthier on balance than it did a year ago, or indeed, than a: any time m the last five or six years, observes the latest annual report of the Elank for International Settlements, the clearing house for the world's central

A problem that cries out for attention [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A problem that cries out for attention JOHN TAN By Deputy Editor 4 If one is concerned about the genetic talent p001 it is clear that a large proportion of the more capable women will not be sharing their genes with future generations. Dilemma of single, better educated women The

The daze of wine and roses [ARTICLE]

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The daze of wine and roses KHOO HOW SAN By WHEN yon think about it, nearly every month of the year has at least one "special day". Most give you an opportunity to wine and dine, and to send roses. Just take a look at the first six months m

A divided society: The stark contrasts in Britain today [ARTICLE]

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A divided society: The stark contrasts in Britain today ANTHONY LEWIS By LONDON Rich, poor, north, south, public, private: the contrasts are stark m Britain today. It is an extraordinarily divided society. Wealth pouring into central London fuels a real estate boom to rival anything m New York or Boston.

Singaporeans on voyages of discovery [ARTICLE]

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Singaporeans on voyages of discovery The average globe-trotter »*r« Typical male travaltor Typical tomato travaltor j^^i^^ M»di«n age 1980 36.2 years 1985 36.4 years Occupation (1983) Salesman 28% Professional 18% Manager 13% Purpos* (1985) Pleasure/Vacation 45% Business/pleasure 36% Median ttay overseas 1980 135 days 1985 9.8 days Last trip abroad

Table talk [ARTICLE]

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Table talk HO CHIN BENG Basic dsta: Department of Statistics By "To cover leagues on land and on water; to take punch and tea at the inns; to speak ill of all the other nations and to boast without ceasing of their own; that is what the crovd of English

Behind its veil of secrecy [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Behind its veil of secrecy JAMES COTTON North Korea By THE North Korean capital, Pyongyang, boasts a 44-storey international hotel these days where the country's rare Western visitors are accommodated. Last March, when members of the first British touring group to penetrate North Korea's veil of secrecy arrived, it was

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Let us stop bellyaching and rally behind Govt [LETTER]

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Let us stop bellyaching and rally behind Govt "ASK not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country," so said John F. Kennedy m his presidential inaugural address m 1961. It is not often that we are reminded with the same directness that

Call to amend rules on use of factories [LETTER]

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Call to amend rules on use of factories High-tech companies will benefit THE rules regarding the use of HDB, JTC and private flatted factories should be amended to reflect the emphasis on high technology. At present, the total office space must not exceed 40 per cent of the total area.

Bouquets for two Florence Nightingales [LETTER]

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Bouquets for two Florence Nightingales Bouquets ON MAY 28 at about 1.30 pm, I rushed to the Bukit Merah Polyclinic. I was sweating profusely and was on the verge of a blackout; my hands and feet were cold and numb. Unfortunately for me, it was lunchtime and no doctors were

Keep up the good work, ward staff [LETTER]

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Keep up the good work, ward staff I WAS admitted to Ward 52 of Tan Tock Seng Hospital on May 11 because of abdominal injuries and was extremely impressed by the staff working there. They were efficient and patient with the patients. I would like to express my sincere appreciation

HDB traffic wardens should share scooters [LETTER]

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HDB traffic wardens should share scooters I WISH to know why the HDB sends its parking enforcement officers on their daily rounds m pairs but on two motor scooters instead of one. I have often noticed them turning around while on the roads to see whether their colleague is behind.

5 months and still no word from HDB [LETTER]

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5 months and still no word from HDB ON DEC 30 last year, your paper published my letter urging the Housing Board to lower its monthly "administrative charge" on the rental of HDB flats by owners who are authorised to do so. The HDB subsequently replied that the matter was

Replies

Beach Rd bus services adequate [LETTER]

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Beach Rd bus services adequate WE REFER to the letter "Solution to car pool problem" by "No Problem" and the Ministry of National Development's reply "Ministry says 'no' to car-pool sign" (ST, April 21 and May 12 respectively). Your writer "No Problem" mentioned that buses are full when they arrive

No need to paint bridges and flyovers [LETTER]

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No need to paint bridges and flyovers WE REFER to the comments by Mr Mark Tan m his letter, "Add a dash of colour to our cityscape" (ST, May 26). Many of us are proud of the fact that Singapore is a garden city of world repute. One of the

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In the markets

INDICES- Highs & Lows [ARTICLE]

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INDICES- Highs Lows Straits Times Business Times Industrial Composite 1985/86 H.gh 852.6S (7/3/85) XXXXX (8/3/85) 1985/86 Low 563.3* (28/4/86) 470.92 (28/4/86) AHlim High 1071.91 (8/2/84) 983.06 (8/2/84) llt me L0w 74.75 (17/9/64) 470.92 (28/4/86)

Forex [ARTICLE]

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Forex THE US dollar lost 34 ticks to close at DM 2.2334 m Singapore.

Exchange crossrates [ARTICLE]

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Exchange crossrates DM V FF S$ 11$ US$ US$ XXXXX XXXXX unq 2.2280 unq 1.4965 2.2334 167.65 7 1070 2.2295 7.8090 1.5007

Gold [ARTICLE]

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Gold In Singapore, gold gained US$7.lO to close at UXXXXX.80 an ounce.

Simex [ARTICLE]

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Simex Eurodollar: Gained four ticks to 92.94 a contract. Dentschemark: Gained nine ticks to 0.4485 a contract. Japanese yen: Gained 13 ticks to 0.XXXXX2 a contract. Gold: Gained US$5.9O to UXXXXX.90 an ounce.

Malaysian stocks lead fresh jump [ARTICLE]

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Malaysian stocks lead fresh jump ANTHONY HOE By ST Index now almost 150 points above its low THE Singapore stock market surged ahead yesterday m active trading after the long weekend, with investors showing renewed interest m Malaysian stocks which were previously ignored. Despite some light profittaking, share prices rose

Chancellor calls for more small investors [ARTICLE]

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Chancellor calls for more small investors LONDON Small shareholders take a longer term view and an increase m their numbers m Britain would help solve the problem of short-term pressure on investment performance, Chancellor of the Exchequer Mr Nigel Lawson has said. Mr Lawson said deregulation of UK financial services

City Securities wants $7m for its seat [ARTICLE]

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City Securities wants $7m for its seat CONRAD RAJ By BELEAGUERED City Securities is asking at least $7 million for its seat on the Stock Exchange of Singapore, which it proposes to sell via a new company to be formed called City 1986. The firm, together with its adviser, Singapore

Vosper auction fetches $2m [ARTICLE]

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Vosper auction fetches $2m THE auction of plant and equipment owned by Vosper shipyard, which went into voluntary liquidation m March, fetched about $2 million, which was better than expected. One of the auctionering firms, Victor and Morris, had estimated a month ago that it could only realise about $1

Ron Phillips makes his name [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ron Phillips makes his name MARA FERNANDEZ Small business By HANDBAGS, shoes and other leather accessories carrying a Singaporean name are carving out a niche m the heady up-market world of designer goods. Mr Ron Phillips, Chair- ■■■■■■■■■I man of East Point Industries, came up with the idea of putting

Dow Jones Average tumbles a record 45.75 points [ARTICLE]

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Dow Jones Average tumbles a record 45.75 points NEW YORK Wall Street stocks fell steeply on Monday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average posting its biggest oneday decline on the first trading day after hitting its all-time high. The Dow tumbled 45.75 points to 1849.15, with the 39 blue-chip stocks

Approval for OCBC share option scheme [ARTICLE]

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Approval for OCBC share option scheme SHAREHOLDERS said yes to Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation's share option scheme for senior executives at an extraordinary general meeting. But, several shareholders questioned the scheme and asked for a count of the votes m favour of the scheme, instead of just a show of hands,

Board move [ARTICLE]

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Board move MR LIN Jo Van, the father of Mr Lin Tah Hwa, managing director of stockbroking firm Lin Securities which is now under liquidation, ceased to be a director of OCBC from last Saturday, the bank announced yesterday.

Why Dow is so volatile [ARTICLE]

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Why Dow is so volatile NEW YORK Programme trading and stock splits are the reasons WHEN the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbs to almost 1,900 points from 1,300 m little more than eight months, investors are well advised to fasten their seat belts against the possibility of turbulent single-day point

China's cotton surplus [ARTICLE]

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China's cotton surplus BEIJING, China exported a record 350,000 tonnes of cotton last year and will probably become the world's third largest cotton exporter this year, Xinhua news agency reported yesterday. China was a cotton importer until 1983, and the 1981-1985 five-year plan had foreseen the need for cotton imports

Business done in Singapore [ARTICLE]

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Business done in Singapore SECTION ONE INDUSTRIALS ft COMMERCIAL Acma (1.348 1.355) (1) 1.32 (31) 1.33(27) 1.34(2) 1.32(27) 1.33 (2) I 35 (75) 1.34 CD Alcom (0.634 5) (3) 0.62 (3) .0.63 (1) 0.624 CRI Amal Steel 50c (0.87 B) (2) 0.77 (6)0.80(17)0.79(27)0.82(5) 0.794 (17)0.83(18)0.824 (2) 0.78(60)0.84(13)0.834 (21) 0.844 (2)

GE finalises takeover [ARTICLE]

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GE finalises takeover NEW YORK General Electric has announced completion of its US$6.4 billion (5514.27 billion) purchase of RCA Corporation, closing the biggest non-oil acquisition m US history. The announcement, made on Monday, closed the deal earlier than expected. AFP

ICI gets green light for Malaysian revamp [ARTICLE]

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ICI gets green light for Malaysian revamp KUALA LUMPUR IMPERIAL Chemical Industries PLC (ICI) has received the go-ahead to restructure its companies m Malaysia under a scheme which leaves it with a controlling 50.1 per cent. In a brief statement to the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange, ICI said the Foreign

How your stocks performed [ARTICLE]

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How your stocks performed M shares quoted have a par value of $1, unless otherwise specified. Adjusted for scrip/rifhts N Tax-eiempted dividend. ABN is traded in lots of 10 shares each, with the price quoted in dolars. Trustee stocks under CPF Approved Investment Scheme. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 1986 Last Yield Vol Day

Commodities, Finance

Bank Rates [ARTICLE]

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Bank Rates 1 Mn 11,000. 2 For best customers ori>. 3 0C8C Finance. 4 avaiabk it DBS Finance. UOF's rates.** atso amiable at UOF. aho avalaMe at DBS Finance. OCBC OUB (JOB DBS DEPOSIT RATES Savings: daily 5 4ft 4"/ 2 4% Monthly 5 Autosave 4ft Fixed deposit 1 month

FOREIGN EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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FOREIGN EXCHANGE Interbank Over the counter Foreign Local dollars to Foreign currency currency one unit of to SS10 foreign currency Australian dollar 1.5419—1.5437 6.58-6.40 Canadian dollar 1.6035-1.6053 6.30—6.20 NZ dollar 1.2535—1.2574 8.13—7.88 Sterling pound 3.3374—3.3412 3.02—2.98 US dollar 2.2305-2.2315 4.51-4.47 Local doflars to 100 units of foreign currency Austrian schilling

Stock markets round-up

Prices fall in London and Wall Street [ARTICLE]

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Prices fall in London and Wall Street EARLY gains on the London stock market on Monday were quickly wiped out as buyers withdrew and Wall Street tumbled. Banks led the way down, followed by stores and tobaccos. Other falling sectors included motors, brewers and distillers, telephone networks, and mining finance.

Hongkong [ARTICLE]

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Hongkong tan* 10 HK{ Chants El c 885 -OOb Jardin« Math 12.30 unch Sime Darby 4.55N -0 05 Cheung Kong 2000 unch Hk Lond Loon 87 00 unch Lee Hing 1.87 +0.02 Swire Pacific B 200 unch China Light 1580 unch Hk Land Warr 10.20 -0.1 New Town 2.325 +005

Tokyo [ARTICLE]

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Tokyo i" 1 1" Yen Chan|e Mitsub Elec 348 -2 Mitsub Estate 1990 -30 A K nomoto 1870 -50 Mitsub Heavy 369 -5 Ako «0 +39 Mitsubishi 775 unch Am d ?24 +4 Mitsui Co 451 -5 AsoN Chem 837 -4 Mitsui ShipoWg 143 1 Alahl <*°" L '240 unch

Sydney [ARTICLE]

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Sydney June 10 Cents Change Hortogen Energy 190 unch (Aust) Herold 650 unch y Hooker 280S .r IC I 255 -5 355 unch w Equjty 6)8 +8 A 340 5 Leighton 70 unch A J. j* 7- n Lend Leose 920 +6 Aberfoyle 790 +20 MogeHon Pet Aust 135 +3

INDICES [ARTICLE]

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INDICES i i i i i i -i i i i NST Index Tuesday Closed (Closed) Hongkong Hang Seng -.ty —L Tuesday 1,751.36 (1,748.24) £$L Australian All-Ordinaries Tuesday 1,222.1 (Closed) Nikkei Stock Average Tuesday 16,967.69 (17,008.34) Financial Times Industrials Monday 1,329.50 (1,336.90) Dow Jones Average Monday 1,840.15 (1,885.90) (Figures m

New Work [ARTICLE]

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New Work km 9 US$ Charge Akoo 40% -1 Allied Sig 45 Am Tel Tel 24*4 Amox Inc 13*4 -*4 Amr Corp 53% Bethlehem Sri 16*4 Boeing Co 58* -1*4 Burroughs Cp 58% -1 Caterpillar Co 52 Chose Manhtn 40% -2*4 Chrysler Cp 36*4 Citicorp 58% -1*4 Cons Not Gas

London [ARTICLE]

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London km* 9 Pence Chan-e INDUSTRIALS Allied-Lyons 336xd -4 Ass Dairies BTRPLC 313 unch Babcocks 162 +4 Barclays 482 -2 Beecham 401 -12 BICC 305xd +2 Blue Circle 648 unch BOC Group 312 -I Boots 247 -2 Bowater 328 +5 BATS 383 -5 Britannia 139 -1 BP 580 -I B

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 quiet trading. It fluctuated within a range of 2.2300 and 2.2320. Against the deutschemark, the greenback opened at 2.2440/50 and closed at 2.2445/55. Trading was active, fluctuating within

Gold [ARTICLE]

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Gold THE kilobar market opened at SJ25.142 and closed at S$25,114 yesterday. In the Far East market, gold opened at USI348.70/349.20 and immediately firmed to US$349.30/349.70. The metal then drifted down to US$348.50. 348.80 and eased further to US$348.00 348.40. It opened after lunch a little firmer at US$348.50/349.00 and

Gold market [ARTICLE]

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Gold market GOLD USS/oz Tues Mon Singapore 349.20—349.60 Closed Hongkong 348.70-349.00 341.85-342.15 Mon Fri New York 350.60-351.10 341.40 341.90 London 342.20-342.60 341.50 341.90

Unit trusts [ARTICLE]

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Unit trusts Manager*' prices for June 11 Singapore Unit Trust The Commerce 0 82 O87id The Savings fund 0.73—0.77 Spore Prog Fund 0.35—0.37 Spore Sec Fund 058—063 Spore Invest Fund O.b7— 0.62 Spore Equity Fund 0 41—0 44 Asia Urat Trust Mai Invest Fund 1 18-1 28«d Mai Prog Fund

Simex futures [ARTICLE]

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Simex futures Eurodollar 3-month deposit SEPTEMBER Eurodollar opened slightly higher than IMM's close at 92.80. After the initial buying interest, Eurodollar futures drifted into quiet morning trading. Liffe opening saw slightly firmer prices with the September contract closing at 92.82. (100 implied interest rate) Open High Low Sett Est Vel

Deutschemark [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Deutschemark CURRENCY futures opened lower than the previous close on Friday and also lower than IMM's close as the dollar rebounded off the lows m the spot market. Yesterday's morning session saw more trading m the September contract as the June contract approached expiry. (US dollar Deutschemark Open High Low

Japanese Yen [ARTICLE]

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Japanese Yen JUNE yen closed 13 ticks higher at 0.XXXXX2. (Japanese Yen) Open High Low Sett Est Vol Jon M 0.XXXXX0 0.XXXXX7 0.XXXXX6 0.XXXXX2 195 Sept 0.XXXXX8 0.XXXXX2 0.XXXXX2 0.XXXXX0 153 Dec 0.XXXXX7 Mar 87 0.XXXXX7 Open lot (Than): Mil Act Vol (Than): 724.

Gold [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Gold Reports from BA Futures GOLD for delivery in August closed at US$351 an ounce. (USf per troy ounce) Open High Low Sett Est Vol Ju8C 347.90 Aug 351.50 352.00B 351.50 351.00 10 Sept 352.60 Open Int (Than): nil. Act Vol (Than): nil.

Container schedules [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Container schedules Receipt of Export FCL containers and LCL cargo LCL Receiving Receiving Ship (Voyage) Arr Cargo fine Hock Bremen E (74/544) 11/6 (160 C) Fl 0730-0800/XXXXX730 F2/G2 CR Douala (12R) 11/6 (1700) Fl XXXXX900 B 6 SohlanrJ (2/86) 11/6 (1800) Fl 0900 1000 U4 80l Ruminski (06) 11/6 (2000)

Ships in port [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ships in port Vessel Berth Arr Dep Keppel Wharves Arrow King KlO aside 11/6 Capella Kl6 aside 11/6 Changting K29 aside 11/6 Forthbank KO9 aside 11/6 Global Venus K3O aside 11/6 Kanmkar K35 aside 11/6 Kota Angkasa K27 aside 11/6 Kota Raia K3l aside 11/6 Silver Shinryu K34 aside 11/6

Tin talks set for next week in KL [ARTICLE]

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Tin talks set for next week in KL BANGKOK Leaders of the Thai and Malaysian tin mining industries will meet m Kuala Lumpur on June 19 to explore cooperative measures to check the slide m tin prices. Mining Industry Council (MIC) Chairman Mr ftachan Kanchanavanich said executives of MIC, which

Copper [ARTICLE]

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Copper Closing pricss Copper £/tonm Fri Spot 958-50—959.00 (959 00-960.00) 3 months 958.50 959.00 (XXXXX—957.00) Market tone: Steady Sales 7,025 tonnes

Silver [ARTICLE]

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Silver Clmunf prices Silver USS/troy w Tuts Fri Singapore 530-535 5.14-51,9 Fri Thwi New York 5.35-540 5.15-5.20 Source Credit Swsse, Spare

Aluminium [ARTICLE]

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Aluminium Closinf prices Aluminium E/tonnc Fri Spot 885.0ft-890.00 (XXXXX XXXXX} 3 months 797.00-798.00 (776.00 777 00) Market tone: Barely steady Sales: unav

OUB only Big 4 bank with igher ranking [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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OUB only Big 4 bank with igher ranking OVERSEAS Union Bank has marginally improved its ranking among the world's top 500 banks. With shareholders' funds of UXXXXX.2 million (XXXXX.12 million), OUB rose from 309 th position to 281 st last year m the Top 500 Banks list compiled by the

From the companies desk [ARTICLE]

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From the companies desk Cold Storage Holdings COLD Storage Holdings, which already hod a significant stake in the retail pharmacy market through Guardian Pharmacies in Singapore, has made Mount Elizabeth Pharmacy a whollyowned subsidiary. Cold Storage said it bought the remaining half stake in MEP for $639,879 through Cold Storage

Metal Box holders can smile [ARTICLE]

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Metal Box holders can smile SHAREHOLDERS at Metal Box Singapore have reason to smile besides getting a one-for-four bonus issue of shares, net attributable profit to them rose 45.6 per cent to $9.4 million. For this year, MBS' directors have said that the Government's effort to bring down business operating

BA prefers US engines [ARTICLE]

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BA prefers US engines LONDON British Airways intends to buy up to 80 USmade engines worth about £700 million (552.34 billion), m preference to Britishmade Rolls-Royce engines, the Guardian reported here on Tuesday. Officials of the airline, which is negotiating the purchase with Rolls-Royce and US supplier General Electric, "have

Pushing Bonn 'will not help' [ARTICLE]

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Pushing Bonn 'will not help' US PRESSURE on West Germany to stimulate its economy through interestrate cuts and an easier monetary policy is unlikely to be heeded because such policies will not lead to higher growth m either West Germany or the world, said Dr Hermann Otto Solms, a West

Promet to build 'bungalow condo' [ARTICLE]

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Promet to build 'bungalow condo' Plans for novel project being finalised KUALA LUMPUR FINANCIALLY-STRAPPED Promet Bhd is busily working out plans to help put some badly needed cash back into its coffers. It is m the midst of finalising an extraordinary property development project on some 600 acres (243 ha)

Sealion Hotels takes action over share deal [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sealion Hotels takes action over share deal SEALION Hotels Ltd has so far managed to serve writ on only one of three people m its suits for first instalment payments m a $8.5 million deal to purchase shares m its subsidiary, Sealion Investments Pte Ltd, which is under receivership. Sealion

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RACING

Sofia keeps up the good work [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sofia keeps up the good work ON THE TRACK with PEDIGREE Ten late entries PENANG There are 10 late entries for the second weekend of the meeting starting here on Saturday. Felicity, Rainbow Order and Shantin Inn II have been entered for 1,200 m m Class 3. Chung Ling and

Tough guy to quit while he's ahead [ARTICLE]

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Tough guy to quit while he's ahead PERTH Johnny Nelson, who gave former top Singapore trainer Ivan Allan his first classic winner more than 20 years ago, has decided to quit the saddle. Injury has finally taken its toll of the jockey who bounced back from countless race accidents to

ALONG THE RAIL [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ALONG THE RAIL JON BY "Remember me. I admired your pony-tail s t the racetrack this afternoon."

Kok puts faith in UK horses [ARTICLE]

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Kok puts faith in UK horses IPOH trainer Johnny Kok has wasted no time filling the 25 stables allotted to him since the Malayan Racing Association granted him a full licence m March. Kok has taken charge of 21 newcomers from England and Ireland according to the MRA's May classification

Carson in full bloom [ARTICLE]

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Carson in full bloom LONDON Willie Carson, the Queen's jockey, notched his 2,500 th winner m Britain on Monday m the Old Dalby Stakes at Leicester. The 43-year-old Scot, who scored his first success 24 years ago, reached his latest landmark on Flower Bowl. AFP

How they ran at Kuala Lumpur on Sunday [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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How they ran at Kuala Lumpur on Sunday At the 400m Pictures at the 4Wm by ALBERT SIM At the finish Restricted Terms Div A 1,200m 1. Measure II 2. Sepanjang Jalan 3. Beijing Fighter 4. Always Plentiful Dist: 4, 7, 3 4 Time 1:12.2 Class 6 Div 1 1,200m

OBITURIES

181 Deaths 181 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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181 Deaths 181 Deaths QUEK HO CHEW AGE: 71 YEARS passed away on Bth June, 1986, leaving behind Son Daughter-in-law Scow Yang (Eddie) Chla Ngln Sim Daughter* Sons-in-law Lee See Yeo Ah Khoon Lee Huay Chia Teng Khal Seok Ngang Llm Wee Kiang Siak Keow (Jenny) Lav Huat Poh Siok

184 In Memoriam 184 In Memonam [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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184 In Memoriam 184 In Memonam MR. KOH TIONG TAT Departed 11/6/85 In loving memory of my dear husband. Your love and tender care is always remembered t my heart and daily thoughts. From your dearest wife Lily and family Danny, Mill and Dexter. IN LOVING MEMORY OF f In

182 Acknowledgements [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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182 Acknowledgements The Family of the Late MDM. LIM LEE SIANG wish to express their heartfelt thanks to relatives and friends for their kind assistance, condolences, donations, wreaths and attendance during their recent bereavement.

182 Acknowledgements [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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182 Acknowledgements The Family of The Late Dolly Tan Gek Hong AGE 31 Departed 6 June XXXXX express their heartfelt thank* to relatives, friends and colleague* for their attendance, condolence*. wreath*, donation* and otrtsr form of assistance during their recent bereavement Special thank* goes to the Senior Junior Officers of

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TIMESPORT

US Open facts and figures [ARTICLE]

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US Open facts and figures Defending champion: Andy North, who despite shooting a 4-over-par 74 In the final round, beat the international trio of Taiwan's T.C. Chen, Canada's Dave Barr and Sooth Africa's Denis Watson by one shot. Most Open championships: Willie Anderson, Bobby Jones, Ben flogan and Jack Nicklaus

Tennis in Seoul Olympics? [ARTICLE]

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Tennis in Seoul Olympics? PARIS The head of the International Tennis Federation has called on the International Olympic Committee to hasten the return of tennis to the Olympic Games. Philippe Chatrier said on Monday if a decision could not be made m time for the 1988 Games m Seoul then

A cause for connors [ARTICLE]

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A cause for connors FOCUS ON CONNORS' COMEBACK Jimbo back after long suspension LONDON Veteran Jimmy Connors ended a 10week suspension yesterday when he faced Michiel Schapers, of Holland, in the opening round of the US$237,400 ($520,000) Stella Artois tournament. Connors, seeded No. 1 in this grass-court warm-up for Wimbledon,

TENNIS TIDBITS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TENNIS TIDBITS Dope tests will be carried out on players at Wimbledon this year the first time ever said International Tennis Federation president Philippe Chatrier. Stylish Indian Davis Cup player Ramesh KrLshnan, 25, won the grass court title m Beckenham on Sunday when he beat South African Danie Visser 7-5,

Jack's back as a great threat [ARTICLE]

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Jack's back as a great threat FOCUS ON THE US OPEN GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS The legend bears down on Shinnecock Hills SOUTHAMPTON The game's famous names gather tomorrow on the windswept hills that helped give birth to American golf with the most famous of them all Jack Nicklaus trying to build

US OPEN NOTEBOOK [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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US OPEN NOTEBOOK Andy Bean, a two-time winner on the tour this year and the second leading money winner behind Greg Norman, plans to give the US Open a try this week despite back problems that have plagued' him during the past month. Bean did not play at the Kemper

Zola gets okay for Games [ARTICLE]

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Zola gets okay for Games LONDON Zola Budd was today cleared to compete m next month's Edinburgh Commonwealth Games, two days before she is expected to be named m England's athletics team. The South African-born middle-distance runner was given the go-ahead after a three-hour meeting of England's Commonwealth Games Council.

A treat for Paul's tricks in skiing's World Cup [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A treat for Paul's tricks in skiing's World Cup LEE WAI WUN Paul Fong By This will be my last inter- national event for some time as I'll be leaving for studies m the US m September. So, I really have to do well if I want to be considered

Acid test for Police and Tiong Bahru [ARTICLE]

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Acid test for Police and Tiong Bahru JOE DORA! ON THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE DEFENDING champions Police and President's Cup holders Tiong Bahru face formidable hurdles tonight m their bid to win the National Football League Division One title. Tonight's double-header feature Police against Tampines Rovers and Tiong Bahru opposite

Times meet promises prizes for everyone [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Times meet promises prizes for everyone ON THE ATHLETICS SCENE TAKE your pick. Scan the list below and you'll find an event that's tailored to your needs. The Times Inter-Business Houses Athletics meet features events to suit everyone. Jointly organised by The Straits Times Press and the Singapore Amateur Athletic

SPORTS SHORTS [ARTICLE]

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SPORTS SHORTS BASEBALL Toronto Blue Jays beat Boston Red Sox 5-1 m an American Major League game on Monday. Other results: American League: Cleveland 6 Oakland 5; Milwaukee 3 Baltimore 2; California 3 Chicago 0; Seattle 5 Kansas City 3; NY Yankees 9 Detroit 7; Minnesota 3 Texas 2. National

SCC down Jansenites [ARTICLE]

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SCC down Jansenites SINGAPORE Cricket club beat Jansenites 2-1 m a Premier League hockey match at the Padang yesterday. Gurmit Singh and Balbir Singh scored for SCC, while Teng Yuen Yuen replied for Jansenites. In another match, Combined Schools received a walkover from Khalsa.

India's first Lord's win [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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India's first Lord's win Dcv breaks his duck with historic England defeat LONDON India won the First Test against England at Lord's by five wickets yesterday. It was their first Test win at Lord's and their first anywhere for 18 months. Dilip Vengsarkar, the hero of India's first innings, was

County calypso [ARTICLE]

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County calypso LONDON West Indian veterans Alvin Kallicharran and Clive Lloyd showed their class again on Monday. Kallicharran took his average for the season to 133.50 with an unbeaten 163 m Warwickshire's total of 443-6 declared against Glamorgan. Lloyd, making only his second English County Championship appearance this year, led

SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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SCOREBOARD ENGLAND Ist Inns 2W 2nd Innings (Overnight: 8-C) G. G«©ch lbw b Dcv g R. R*Mmm c Amarnath b Dcv 11 D. Gower lbw b KapU Dcv 8 M. Gattlng b Sharma 40 A. Lamb c More b Shastri 39 D. Piingle c More b KapU Dcv 6 P.

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HOCKEY SHA Div 2: Kg Chantek v Prisons (Tanglin, 5.30); Premier League: Police v Punggol (Farrer Park AC, 5.30). SOCCER NFL Div 1: Tampines Rovers v Police (6.45), Tiong Bahru v Armed Forces (8.45) both at Jin Besar; Ayer Rajah Wanderers v Toa Payoh (Jurong, 8). Friendly: SCC 2nd XI

WORLD CUP '86

France advance with hat-trick [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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France advance with hat-trick FRANCE 3 (Stopyra 30th, Tigana 63rd, Rocheteau 85th) HUNGARY 0 We were hesitant m the first half. We had our bottoms between two chairs and we didn't know exactly what to do. Platini is improving, but considering his skill, it's not enough. He must produce more.

MEXICO 86 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MEXICO 86 Group A P W D L F A Pte Argentina 2 110 4 2 3 Bulgaria 2 0 2 0 2 2 2 Italy 2 0 2 0 2 2 2 S. Korea 2 0 112 4 1 Group B P W D L F A Pte Mexico

THE SCORERS [ARTICLE]

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THE SCORERS Goalscorers after the ninth day: 4 Preben Elkjaer (Den). I Jorge Valdano (Arg), Sandro Altobelli (Ita), Julio Romero (Para), Ivan Yaremchuk (SU), Klaus Allofs (WG). 1 Diego Maradona (Arg), Jean Pierre-Papin (Fra), Oleg Blokhin (SU), Nasko Sirakov (Bui), Socrates (Bra), Pavel Yakovenko (Soy), Yannick Stopyra (Fra), Jean Tigana

SNIPPETS [ARTICLE]

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SNIPPETS FOR the first time in many weeks, the Mexican squad practised penalty kicks. It was their first practice since the stunning end of Saturday's match against Paraguay, when Hugo Sanchez missed a penalty in the final minute of piay, enabling Paraguay to preserve a 1-1 draw. Sanchez did not

Sex: What the coaches have to say [ARTICLE]

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Sex: What the coaches have to say MEXICO CITY Sex weakens the legs and is an activity that athletes, for the benefit of team and country, should avoid, say some coaches. Bat other coaches don't care how consenting adults spend their free time behind locked doors, as long as it

Cliff-hangers enter the calculations [ARTICLE]

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Cliff-hangers enter the calculations MEXICO CITY The World Cup finalists are reaching for their calculators to work out which 16 of the 24 teams will go through to the knock-out round starting next Sunday. Under the complicated system being used m the Mexico finals, the top two teams m each

Uruguay players deny 'mutiny' [ARTICLE]

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Uruguay players deny 'mutiny' TOLOCA (Mexico) URUGUAYAN players yesterday denied press reports that they would stage a squad coup against coach Omar Borras after their catastrophic 6-1 defeat by Denmark. "If there's got to be a coup, it will have to remove us all because we are all to blame

Soviets sparkle [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Soviets sparkle 4 Soviet soccer has such good potential that we could do this. We have to balance our strength throughout the tournament. This is tournament strategy. Our team have shown what they can do. Our objective was to finish first in m the group and we achieved this. Soviet

England's day of reckoning [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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England's day of reckoning SBC/RTM Thurs. 6 am MONTERREY England will need to recover the nerves and goal touch which carried them on an 11-match unbeaten run to the finals if they are to stand any chance of beating Poland today and progressing to the second round. After failing to

Portugal depend on Gomes, Futre [ARTICLE]

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Portugal depend on Gomes, Futre GUADALAJARA Portugal and Morocco must go for goals when the Group F circus makes its only appearance here today. All four teams m the group have a chance of qualifying for the second round and every goal m the final pair of matches will prove

Dr Socrates holds mid-day clinic [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Dr Socrates holds mid-day clinic RTM delayed Thurt. 11 pm GUADALAJARA It is almost mid-day on Monday, and the son is beating down hard on the players. They're laughing, Joking, prodding ribs, playing touch, practising kung-fu, boxing, whatever comes to their happy minds. It's as if their very bodies are

Zico booted out [ARTICLE]

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Zico booted out GUADALAJARA Brazilian super star Zico is out of the World Cup after a heated argument with manager Tele Santana. Although Brazilian officials refuse to comment publicly about the row, privately they admit that Zico's brilliant international career is almost certainly over. The 33-year-old Zico and Santana have

Bold Paraguay out to grab victory [ARTICLE]

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Bold Paraguay out to grab victory RTM Thura. 2 am TOLUCA Paraguay take on Belgium m their final Group B match here today and seem set to emerge at last from the shadow of their successful South American neighbours. Superbly led by their star midfielder Julio Romero, the Paraguayans have

Cruz set to run down Iraqis [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Cruz set to run down Iraqis RTM delayed Thurs. 8.30 pm MEXICO CITY Mexican fans, dismayed by the suspension of Hugo Sanchez, will find it some consolation that Francisco Cruz is likely to take his place m the Group B match against Iraq here today. Sanchez, star of Spanish club

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US Exim Bank tightens control over subsidised loan grants [ARTICLE]

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US Exim Bank tightens control over subsidised loan grants WASHINGTON The US government's ExportImport Bank has announced a tightening of its supervisory control over subsidised loans granted to help sell American products abroad. "We must not be afraid to take risks, but we must develop an even sharper capacity to

Aussie firm to make heart valves here [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Aussie firm to make heart valves here GRACE CHNG By Singapore the headquarters for R&D and marketing activities SINGAPORE'S growing reputation as a regional centre for medical services and products has received another boost with the decision of an Australian company to make heart valves here. Pacific Biomedical Holdings is

China's nuclear clout 'cannot be ignored in arms talks' [ARTICLE]

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China's nuclear clout 'cannot be ignored in arms talks' STOCKHOLM China's nuclear capacity must be included m arms control talks or the world's nuclear balance may become dangerously destabilised, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (Sipri) said yesterday. "The time has come to include China m the debate on arms

We are sorry'— for 1666 fire in London [ARTICLE]

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We are sorry' for 1666 fire in London LONDON London's bakers apologised to the mayor on Monday for setting Ore to the city. The Great Fire of London happened in 1666, bat in a country that not only treasures its history bat often seems to be living in it, what's

Journalists vote to stop work at Wapping plant [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Journalists vote to stop work at Wapping plant LONDON Journalists at news magnate Rupert Murdoch's The Sun newspaper, Britain's largest circulation daily, voted on Monday to stop work at its embattled printing plant m east London. In a secret ballot at the high-technology facility m the Wapping area, the journalists

To Paris [ARTICLE]

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To Paris NEW DELHI Indian Vice-President Ramaswami Venkataraman left for Paris yesterday for a fiveday official visit at the invitation of French President Francois Mitterrand. UPI

Seven killed [ARTICLE]

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Seven killed NEW DELHI Seven people died going to a marriage when their jeep collided with a bus at Sirsa, m Haryana state, the Press Trust of India re- ported. AFP

First 16 starter units in Science Park taken up [ARTICLE]

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First 16 starter units in Science Park taken up ALL the 16 first generation starter units under phase one of the Science Park project have been taken up by 17 companies. The latest admissions were Pacific Biomedical Holdings, which makes artificial heart valves, and Advanced Materials Manufacturing, which produces high

House urged to pass Bill against piracy [ARTICLE]

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House urged to pass Bill against piracy WASHINGTON The Reagan administration has urged the US House of Representatives to pass a Bill that would improve safeguards against the pirating of American products by foreign imitators. "Piracy, misappropriation and infringement of intellectual property rights is rapidly becoming one of the most

Flood toll [ARTICLE]

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Flood toll KINGSTON The death toll from last week's floods m Jamaica has risen to 45. Emergency relief agencies continued distribution of food and emergency shelter sent by by the United States. Canada and Brit- am. AFP

Sea search [ARTICLE]

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Sea search MIAMI A search was under way for two crewmen missing after a US Nav7 helicopter they were travelling m crashed m the sea off Florida. A third member of the crew was rescued. AFP

Dow Jones [ARTICLE]

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Dow Jones NEW YORK The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials fell 6.86 points to 1,833.29 m the first hour of trading on the New York Stock Exchange yesterday. AF

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Section Two

Art Festival

Slices of culture to chew over [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Slices of culture to chew over CAROLINE NGUI wraps up the Festival 1 Fringe's lunchtime drama performances, which were staged at the Shell Theatrette over six afternoons last week. IT MUST have been a week of lunch-on-the-run for theatre connoisseurs. The Shell Theatrette played host during lunchtime on six days,

Society

It's not silly to be eccentric [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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It's not silly to be eccentric THE world has too few eccentrics, according to Dr David Weeks, principal clinical psychologist at the Royal Edinburgh Hospital, who has been studying a group of volunteers the world might dismiss as oddball, offbeat, curious, cranky or bizarre m an attempt to find any

Games men play at the Town Club [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Games men play at the Town Club BONK! Bonk! An exclamation here. A shout there. Then cheers all round. The boisterous noise at the end of the room makes me turn round. From a distance, it sounds like a group of people enjoying a game of mahjong. But it is

Kids & Things

Design your toy contest [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Design your toy contest MeiJJio IcacU In my last column, I asked you to design and make a toy or invent a game out of leftover materials such as scrap cloth, old clothes, plastic containers, string, clothes pegs, etc. You have three more days to try this because the closing

HOMEMADE SPINNING TOPS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HOMEMADE SPINNING TOPS Can you see the smallest spinning top in my hand? My grandfather, Arif Zahari, made it. This is just one amongst his 500 tops! He collected many from Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Brunei, Sabah, Hongkong, Sarawak and India. His biggest top is from Johor and measures 31.5

Bilingual

Tribute to Qu Yuan, patriot and poet [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Tribute to Qu Yuan, patriot and poet Today, the fifth day of the fifth Lunar month, the Chinese remember Qu Yuan, a poet and patriot, by having a dragon boat race and eating zongzi (rice dumplings). CHONG WING HONG speaks to a Singaporean who pays a special tribute to the

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The history behind the Dragon Boat Festival [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The history behind the Dragon Boat Festival To guard their own personal inter- ests, they conspired with the crown prince and the king's favourite concubine against Qu Yuan. They framed Qu Yuan, who subsequently lost his power and influence. His reform schemes a came to a stand-still. 7 Dragon Tales

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Spoofs and laughs — and good music, too [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Spoofs and laughs and good music, too The Swan or Ugly Duckling? died not once, but twice, and the Bumble Bee set an Olympics record of 39 seconds flat. All this at the Canadian Brass' concert at the Vie on Monday. GEORGINA EMMANUEL laughed all the way home. QUITE extraordinary.

Two Koreanfilm treats [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Two Koreanfilm treats Nun Agatha Friday. Warm It was That Winter Saturday. Venue: RELC Auditorium. Time: 8 pm. Free tickets from the Embassy of the Republic of Korea, #13-05, Goldhill Square. WE'VE seen and heard so much about the Vietnam War, but the Korean War seems to have faded somewhat

Yanci's seamless language of mime [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Yanci's seamless language of mime 4 It was a kind of personal statement by a mime artist who realised that he had gone beyond the merely representational to the sublime and yet, somehow, without leaving a the audience behind. The first night audience at the PUB Auditorium was so won

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Fly Qantas to Australia and well fly you toßji for only $L (And this is the only small print you'll read J Qantas can now fly you to Fiji for almost nothing. And on your return to Melbourne you can also choose to stop over m All you have to

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at People's Park Centre Basement (Near Tat Lee Bank) 6 14 June 1986 11.00 am 9.30pm Daily A ■PN^ Presents by JBR. mS^ ids NEW G6HERRTION J jfl*M ■l^^^UCJ FURNISHING it

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School holidays are here again Take time to relax with friends and family. Rest and recreation help promote heart health gfl^ and well-being M Training Hfallh Kduialion I)tpar(m«nl. Minitln of Hrallh. Singapore. 4 Bazaar^ f <SiL Clearance Sale 1 ■< .*K^^ purchase of f rl < J^, sS o»vi»w j,

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The Straits Times Classifieds Welcome to Dragon City You'll discover some of the finest Sichuan and seafood dishes available m town. An amazing 188 JB m all! Each masterfully prepared to delight your taste buds. v For reservations, call Mr Wans Ban Say. Wang Ban Sa> < M&i~\ Rest Mana«ei

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n^^Sjl U«S VS P 'r;j:B:i 'fti:::i--^lt '^i^:i'f-^'KHIJ^!::^ wv^ v« /^4 Come Savour the Best there is m Szechuan! Ulig OMEI RESTAURANT y^ OUR 3 EXPERIENCED TAIPEI CHEFS CONTINUE TO DELIGHT YOU I V" WITH OUR SPECIALITIES. OME! Special Steam Fish Szechuan Smoked Duck Prawns Dry Red Chilli Braised Bee?9_dfcp^^P^S m

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3 Catering WE CATER BUFFET, Cocktail. BBQ with Oriental Western cuisine for your Birthday, Wedding Engagement Anniversary, House wanning. Company function Call Clay Pot Catering Services. XXXXX78/ XXXXX79. BOON YE FOOD Supplier Cater food to construction site shipyard for Thailand. Korea Philapmo workers. Call: XXXXX75 Mon to Fri. 10am spm.

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11 Pleasure Boats 35' AOUILA GRP moulds 1 set with drawings 21' speed boat, seat 8 person, c/w engine, look like new, without trailer. $6,200. Tel: XXXXX04 SPECIAL OFFER OF brand new Searay 17' with 120 h.p. from the U.S. Call Rita at XXXXX35 WANTED GRAND BANKS. Wish to purchase

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12 Computer Products/ 12 Computer Products/ 12 Computer Products/ Services Services Services I TRADE-IN YOUR OLD PC* FOR M •*> I Mil |H WHEN YOU BUY THE HP VECTBA PC ECS-BBJ COMPUTER (ASIA) PTE LTD, Ocean Building Annexe, Tel: XXXXX22 COMPUTERAGE PTE LTD, Jethanand Building, Tel: XXXXX22. DTS SINGAPORE PTE

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18 Home Furniture/ Furnishing KITCHEN, DISPLAY CABINETS, wardrobes all made-to-order furniture. Free designs/ advice at factory prices. XXXXX01/ XXXXX12. SPECIALIST IN UPHOLSTERY, cus-tom-made sofa trade-in accepted. Reasonable price. Phone XXXXX40 (day)/ XXXXX43 (night). CUSHION (SOFA'S) SET for reupholstering or made-to-order covers. Anne Foo, XXXXX80. RE-UPHOLSTERY OF OLD sofas for Homes.

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22 Stamps/Coins EVERYTHING MUST GO. 50% discount on all thematic packets, stockbooks, albums First Day Covers. 19-04, Straits Trading Building, 9 Battery Rd., 5.0104. COMPLETE SET OF The Empire Collection (25 pcs.) m mint cond. Fair offer secures. XXXXX87/ 8. 24 Garage Sale EXPAT. MUST SELL within next 2 days.

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27 Wanted We offer high price for your GOLD, PAWN TICKETS, DIAMONDS WATCHES TEL: XXXXX17/ XXXXX73 290 BALESTIER ROAD I (Opposite McDonald} PRECIOUS METAL BUYER we buy gold, silver, palladium, platinum whit* gold m any typa and form. Chemicals/ solution/ scrap contained gold, silver, palladium etc. All kinds of jewellery

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30 Hairdressing PETER &GUYS The art of hairdressing MODELS REQUIRED special promotional prices for ladies only PERM- $6 CUT BLOW DRY -$2.50 STEAMING $5 MON to SAT for more information... TEL- XXXXX65 II > >'i it** 0 ii I Ri| Heir Studio 1 SALON WORKSHOP irrrra XXXXX34 BEACH ROAD Bring

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29 Beauty Culture 29 Beauty Culture V^JrtW^ ■■HflßHmiWPfflmits.aMMj B Face Line IF I MEN'S SALON IJL *J| 1 TREATMENT FOR MEN I Jfp* I WITH PROBLEM SKIN J Being an established facial salon, we have *^B| experienced and qualified male therapists Hk to attend to your skin problems using JJBJI^

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TELEPHONE SERVICE: Monday to Friday: Sam to b 30pm (bpm deadline lor next day) Saturday 8 30am to 2pm (Ham deadline tor The Sunday Fanes) •Pubk Holiday: 9am to lpm COUNTER SERVICE: TMES ORCHARD CENTRE, #02-105 LUCKY PLAZA: Monday to Friday: 10am to 1? noon, lpm to 5 30pm (4pm

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37 Airconditioners/ Refrigerators Whan we traat you coldly' we're /u»t doing our job. Sales repair, installation of dorne.itlc commercial aircons fridnes Installation within 24 hours Free estimation SUAN SENG AIRCOND. A REFRIGERATION ENGRG. XXXXX28/9, XXXXX48, XXXXX18 XXXXX33 24-hour paging service I CHEAP COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATORS for sale Contact Gerald Tan during

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49 Packing/ Storage/ Delivery/Removal LOWEST CHARGE S3O (cheap rates) Specialised In organs, pianos delivery, house and office removal Workers provided Day it night service 7 days a week Tel XXXXX51 (Bam to 10pm I LOWEST CHARGE $30 cheap rates) for all types of transportation service Workers provided We are opened

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56 Industrial 56 Industrial Equipment/ Supplies Equipment/ Supplies I !!/M\ILABIE Original spares from UK/ EUROPE, any quantity. Prices very competitive due to recent currency movements (local Singapore and Indonesian trade references available). Delivered to Indonesia/ Singapore m Rupiah, or Singapore Dollars. For prompt quotations please contact: I. Ooye, L.W. Lambourn

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57 Business 57 Business Opportunities Opportunities MOVIE R3H A New Era In ENTERTAINMENT Everybody aspires to be their own boss. Easy talk, ins't it? Why not get committed and really do it? If you have the desire and a mm. of $25,000, MOVIE 2000 ft is here to get you

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Screened A Trained Filipino Maids Package: $550 Salary: $220 p m Replacement guarantee., 2 years contract. i The Agency You Can Trust, i I -&-.£LLj PHL/CHINISf/ TJKJ-J LANKA/JAVA. >•) Call XXXXX 18, II L XXXXX18 J i Total Power Agencies i I% A PteLrd (C-0669-01) I 3-AOpal Crescent (1232) j

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66 Situations Vacant: Professional/ Executive Looking for GENERAL MANAGER A man age 27 39 to set up an office for well known French watches with head office m Hong Kong Capable of working independently and to lead a small back-up office staff Salary around 552.000 p.m. with attractive commission Experience

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70 Situations Vacant: Secretarial/ Clerical r rra 1 WELTEC-MPS PERIPHERALS PTE LTD Manufacturer of floppy disk drives has vacancy for: ADMINISTRATION CLERK c Secondary 4. c At least 6 months relevant working experience. c English educated preferred. c Ability to type at minimum 30 w.p.m. c Salary negotiable. Please come

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70 Situations Vacant: Secretarial/ Clerical Leading import/ export firm requires: FEMALE ACCOUNTS CLERK (Chinese) c Possett LCCI Higher Accountlng Certificate c Few years' relevant accounting experience m accountIng audit firm and able to maintain full set Ol private limited company's accounts independently and highlight any discrepancies Interested, call personally at:

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70 Situations Vacant: Secretarial/ Clerical Established mechanical engineering company m Hougang area has vacancy for CHINESE FEMALE GENERAL CLERK c GC Y. O' level with English c some working experience c preferably staying In dislric t 14. 16 and' 19 CLASSIFONE XXXXX30 (office hours) REF XXXXX EXPERIENCED ACCOUNTS CLERK required

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70 Situations Vacant: Secretarial/ Clerical FEMALE GENERAL ASSISTANT reqd by a locally well established shipping group Shorthand about 90 wpm Pis. submit handwritten applications suiting salary expectation together with recent photo to: The Advertiser. 200 Cantonment Rd.. =08--01 Southpoint. Spore 0208 GENERAL FEMALE CLERK urgently reqd to work m Senoko

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71 Situations Vacant: 71 Situations Vacant: Sales Sales 5 Be a pan of our... 1 CUSTOMER SERVICE 1 SALES TEAM The team... will comprise energetic and determined ladies who can speak English. Mandarin plus any two Chinese dialects. The job... basically involves pushing sales of leading brand of household products

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71 Situations Vacant: Sales DESIGNERS TEAM 3 A PROPERTY SERVICES (Singapore Real Estate Agents, Valuers, Consultants) Invites suitable candidates as follow: PROPERTY ASSISTANTS (2 posts) c Must pass m English Mathematics m GCE 'O' level. c Willing to work overtime i Sunday. c Preferably with licence Class 2 or 3.

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71 Situations Vacant: Sales Printemps PRINTEMPS DEPT. STORE requires SALES ASSISTANTS (Female Only) c Age 15 years and above. Singapore citizen. c Mm. Sec. 2 education. c 81-llngual In English and Mandarin. c Pleasant personality. Call personally for an interview today and tomorrow from 10am. 12.00 noon or 2pm. spm.

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71 Situation* Vacant: Sales SALES MALE/ FEMALE For electronic moving sign boards 1. GCE 'A' level or above or equivalent 2. With relevant experience In sales. 3. Age 21 30. 4. Pleasant personality hardworking. 5. Able to work Individually independently. Interested please contact: Tel: XXXXX15 DIGITECH PTE LTD 71 Ayer

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71 Situations Vacant: Sale* SALESGIRL WITH SOME experience a Driver reqd by a florist shop m Upper Serangoon Preferably residents m that area Enquiries, XXXXX85 after IO.OOam. SALES PROMOTER TO work In Orchard area, fresh school leaver welcome, bi-lingual, training will be provided. Good income. Call: XXXXX66 for appt. today.

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72 Situations Vacant: 72 Situations Vacant: Technical Technical SINGAPORE LIMITED Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the following positions: MALE INJECTION MOULD TECHNICIANS/SETTERS Completed NS NTC 2 m Injection Mould Making or Diploma m Chemical Process Technology (Polymar Option) Those without qualification but with a minimum of 2

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An established engineering company requires the following positions for an overseas tower erection project. CONSTRUCTION MANAGER c GCE 'A' level or relevant technical training c Mm. 5 years' experience m related field c Ability to co-ordinate upervise a construction team of 8 erection supervisors Ability to liaise with clients ERECTION

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72 Situations Vacant: Technical Wanted: INSTRUMENTATION/ AUTOMATION TECHNICIAN/ JUNIOR ENGINEER to be bated m Johore Mm. 3 yrs' experience, preferably m marine Industry Must be a Malaysian (preferably Bumlputra) Possess own transport Age below 30 yrs Picas* writ* to: The Manager Lot 26.01, Manara Promel Jalan Sultan Ismail XXXXX Kuala

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73 Situations Vacant: 73 Situations Vacant: 73 Situations Vacant: Production Production Production Hitachi is among the world's largest Colour Television Picture Tubes Manufacturing Companies. To meet our current and future needs, we are seeking: Process Production Inspectors Operators (Male) (Male) GCE 'O' level with 3 credits- Completed Primary education Starting

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PERIPHERALS PTE LTD Manufacturer of floppy disk drivat has vacancies for: i. Q.C. SUPERVISOR Responsible for complele Incoming Inspecvon Familiar with inspection ot electronic components and precision piece parts 2to 3 years related experience. 2s^ Minimum 1 year relevant experience. 3. DRIVE TESTERS Secondary 4 level. Responsible for floppy disk

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73 Situations Vacant: 73 Situations Vacant: Production Production H§ AT&T I Consumer Products Pte* Ltd I American Telephone Telegraph (AT&T), j a giant m telecommunications, has H set up a high quality telephone manufacturing facility at Kampong Übi Industrial Estate. Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the positions

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73 Situations Vacant: 73 Situations Vacant: Production Production V^ idbt Hitachi Express Sin 9 a P° re < Re > ud JW requires J^ 0 for final inspection of colour TV Tubes O $600 -$6OO Minimum gross salary (with overtime) Requirements: J^ Age 20 -38 years »Prepared to work 6-day

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73 Situations Vacant: Production Degussa I Electronics GCE O Technical stream Sec 2 with NTC3 m Metal Machining Females preferred Sec. 2 and above with some factory experience 30 years and above also welcomed I Sec 2 and above, with some working experience lllTjliriHHl Primary 6 and above Able to

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73 Situations Vacant: Production rr—ii We require To perform Normal or rotating shift I Secondary education Preferably some working experience m the inspection of electromechanical products To perform rotating shifts Benefits 5 -day week Transport attendance allowance Subsidised breakfast/ Drinks Job training promotion opportunities Term Life Insurance Sports recreational activities

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74 Situations Vacant: Miscellaneous F M I I T XXXXX I I I I I requires Male Female applicants to loin us as: aM Full Time rCASHIERS^ WAITERS/ WAITRESSES KITCHEN HELPERS J Age 1 6 and above Fringe Benefits: Attractive salary Free meals provided Free uniform Other attractive benefits WALK-IN

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74 Situations Vacant: 74 Situations Vacant: Miscellaneous Miscellaneous lan| GM Singapore w Pte.Ltd GM Singapore Re Ltd, a multi-national manufacturing company specialising m high-technology automotive electronics, invites candidates to fill the following positions: I I REPAIR TECHNICIAN I Applicants must have an NTC 2/3 m Electronics and 1 to 2

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MISTER MINIT (An 'n'«*™>tionalry well known I »ho« repair key swvice Co) I Join u« now as a I aHPSS^HB if-VjjJ^M 1 HdiaMlffilTHTl^ Training provided •No quahfcations needed Completed N S Opportunity for overseas training Good starting salary from $410 pm Earn around $600 to $800 after few months A

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74 Situations Vacant: Miscellaneous BEAUTICIANS Required 1 With/ without experience 2) Not more than 28 yrs. old. 3) Pleasant Appearance Tel: XXXXX16 #02-41, Pearl's Centre 100 Eu Tong Sen Street Spore 0105 FIN JONE FOOD SYSTEM PTE LTD (Jurong Country Club) requires immediately: 1) CHINESE RESTAURANT WAITRESSES 2) CHINESE RESTAURANT

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74 Situations Vacant: Miscellaneous Required PART-TIME DELIVERY PERSONS with own motorbike to work evenings Call personally: 7, Kampong Eunos (Opp. Kg. Eunos Community Centre) 1) FEMALE FULL-TIME DISH WASHER c (working hours: 3pm to 10pm) 2) FULL-TIME WAITERS/ WAITRESSES c Experience not necessary. Apply personally at: 176 Orchard Road Centrepoint,

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74 Situations Vacant: Miscellaneous WANTED DISHWASHERS WAITRESSES, Cashiers Food Servers. Apply personally at: The Bllal Restaurant, 10 Anson Road, CO2-42/ 44 Int'l Plaza, Spore 0207. CHAUFFEUR REOD. 40 years above Preferably with own motor scooter. Please call Miss Quek at: XXXXX22 for interview. CLEANERS WANTED. Apply to: The Manager, Westpeak

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81 Vehicles For Hire CHARLIE'S TRUCK RENTAL, latest model, Daihatsu trucks 14 ft. flatbed double cab trucks for short long term rental. Phone XXXXX79/ XXXXX52. Open 7 days a week 7am to Bpm. daily. TELEPHONE US TODAY for 20% discount on daily rental for cars. 1000 c.c. $33, 1300 c.c.

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83 Vehicle Financing/ 83 Vehicle Financing/ Insurance Insurance IWttfoCi|ag^ Prompt processing of applications Attractive interest rates Up to 90% financing Call 533-3737 today H FORWARD OVERSEA CREDIT LIMITED 65 Chulia Street, #46-02 OCBC Centre, Singapore 0104. 85 For Sale: Alfa/ Peugeot/Volvo NEAR '82 PEUGEOT 505SR automatic, 1 pte. owner, power

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87 For Sale: Mercedes 77, MERCEDES 200 Manual Q regn. New tax. Tip top cond. Loan arrangeable. Tel: XXXXX22. 79 MERCEDES 280 S. 1 co. owner. Beautiful cond. Passed inspection. $16,500 0.n.0. Tel: XXXXX85 88 For Sale: Ford/Fiat CO. REGN. 1982 Ford Laser 1.5 Manual. 1 owner. Alrcon., radio/ cassette.

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89 For Sale: Datsun/Nissan 3/80 DATSUN 100A. Alrcon Radio/ i-assette. 1 owner Beautiful cond. $11,200 0.n.0. Tel: XXXXX49 3/80 100A, aircon., tax 2/87. Hi-fi, s/rims, very well maintained! $10,650 neg Mr Chia, XXXXX30. •69 DATSUN 1000, very good cond. Going cheap at $2,100: loan $1,000 Tel: XXXXX19. 7/'B2 STANZA 4-DR.

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90 For Sale: Toyota •81 COROLLA 1.3 I)X 30,000 km Expat leaving. Immaculate condition. Tel: XXXXX91, Andy. '81, TOYOTA COROLLA 13 DX 1 pte. owner. Alrcon., cassette $14,500 0.n.0. Tel: XXXXX85 •81 TOYOTA COROLLA 1.3 2 pte owners, alrcon., cassette, tip top cond. $13,800. XXXXX19. '82 CARINA, SPORTS rims, radio

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92 For Sale: Mazda 1982 MAZDA 323 15, hatchback, auto. PARF, tax 9/86. Aircon, radio cassette XXXXX19 2/d1 MAZDA 323 1.5 notchback. 2 owners. Radio cassette. Alrcond. Good cond $13,900 XXXXX55 x 13. 5 MONTHS NEW model 323 1.1. alrcon., expensive hi-fi, s/rims, accident free $24,900. XXXXX83. 72 MAZDA 808.

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94 For Sale: Daihatsu NEAR 79 DAIHATSU Charade 1000 XTE 5 speed 1 owner, aircon, radio/ cassette, Immaculate cond. XXXXX19. ADVERTISER BUYING/ SELLING used Charade at reasonable price. Contact XXXXX01/ XXXXX47. ALMOST 79, CHARADE. Pte. owner. Alrcon., radio, cassette, new paint. $8,300. XXXXX80, Roger. LATE 78 CHARADE XTE. 4-speed Alrcond.,

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96 For Sale: Other Make* ■am i"*)r» i Mi ai im"^bi PACIFIC MOTOR CREDIT PTE LTD (For top quality used cars) Showroom/ Office: 11, Leng Kee Road, 5E0315 (Opp. Cycle A Carriage) TEL: XXXXX77 (4 LINES) '85 Honda Accord 4-dr. STD (12 valves) Citroen BX 16 TRS Mercedes Benz 280

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96 For Sale: Other Makes NEAR '83 SUBARU 1600. 5-speed 1 pte. owner. Beautiful guaranteed brand new. Accident free Asking $11,850 0.n.0. XXXXX28. NEAR '85 AUDI 100 CD, 1 pte. owner, auto. Like new, Blaupunkt hi-fi, tax 12/'B6. $64,800. Answering service XXXXX55 K.K. Ong. NEW MODEL '83 Audi 100 CD

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97 For Sale: Commercial Vehicles BEAUTIFUL, '80, DATSUN 120Y panel van. Aircon. 2 owners. Tax 10/86. New metallic paint. Tip top. $3,500 0.n.0. Tel: XXXXX38. END '81, ISUZU panel van Diesel. 1 owner. Passed inspection. Tax Feb. '87. Highest offer secures. Pamela, XXXXX11 ext. 224/ XXXXX55. MID '80 COROLLA panel

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99 Vehicles Wanted ATTRACTIVE CASH PAYMENT c Any models below 2000 cc. c PARF or Non-PARF used cars. c Private company registration. c Commercial Vans/ Pickups 'PB' Registration. Trade- in acceptable. JINCHI YILI MOTORS PTE LTD NO.3S LOWLAND ROAD SINGAPORE 1954 TEL: XXXXX88/ XXXXX22/ XXXXX02 ATTRACTIVE PRICE, HIGHEST OFFER, CASH

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99 Vehicles Wanted AN ATTRACTIVE CASH PAYMENT FOR ANY USED CARS a PARF or Non-PARF a Any model/ c.c. a Company regn. a Private regn a Commercial vans/ pickups KINDLY CONTACT: MR. LEX TEL: XXXXX76/ XXXXX0S ATTRACTIVE CASH PAYMENT" FOR YOUR USED CARI a PARF or non-PARF a Private or