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New Nation SINGAPORE Friday, May 19, 1978 No. 2263 Price 25 cents M.C. (P) 216/1/78 r y=r -1 NEW NATION COMMENT!

Zaire: Carter steps in [ARTICLE]

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Zaire: Carter steps in He orders airlift of $40 million in non-lethal supplies Reuter UPI Washington, Friday President Carter announced yesterday he had ordered an airiift of up to US$l7.5 million ($40.3 million) worth of non-lethal military and other equipment to Zaire and said more would be sent later. The

Radicals halt rail line [ARTICLE]

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Radicals halt rail line Narlta, Friday Radical opponents of Tokyo'* new International airport staged sabotage activities today, halting a private railway line which links the capital with the airport In Nazi ta City. Police said that unidentified radical opponents burned two cars along the Kelsel railway line and hurled an

Family to stand trial [ARTICLE]

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Family to stand trial Rawalpindi, Friday The Jailed family members of slain President Mohammad Daoud of Afghanistan will be tried by g recently formed revolutionary military court for their "provocative actions," Radio Kabul announced yesterday.

Income tax 'quiz' for taxi drivers [ARTICLE]

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Income tax 'quiz' for taxi drivers The Income Tax Department has sent questionnaires to taxi-drivers to determine their Income for last year. The questionnaire! ask for personal particulars, their Income (or last year and their Income tax returns numbers. If any. It Is understood that recipients are required to return

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Move Kim Song to the front —says Jeffrey Low in Page 18 Why KL said ♦no* to SIA Page 5 IN IKE OTHER PAGES: Crossword 2; Stars 13; Moneywords 14. Comics 15; What's On I®.

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Goodwood sells York Hotel for $26.5 m [ARTICLE]

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Goodwood sells York Hotel for $26.5 m Goodwood Park has sold Its York Hotel property at Scotts Road to Far East Organisation for 128.53 million. The sale earned for Goodwood Park a profit of $23.23 million. It bought the hotel In 1985 for $950,000 but this was subsequently revalued to

Home visit [ARTICLE]

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Home visit The Outram Park Community centre Youth Oroup will visit the Singapore Children's Society Convalescent Home on May 28 at 1 p.m.

Abortion ruling [ARTICLE]

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Abortion ruling 'Workers entitled to paid sick leave on two conditions' The Commissioner of Labour has ruled that workers who undergo abortion are entiled to paid sick leave, provided they met two conditions. These are that they must have at least 12 months service and has been examined by a

Narco: 20 dogs want to join [ARTICLE]

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Narco: 20 dogs want to join The Narcotics Detector Dog Unit has received about 20 applications from the public offering to sell their pets to be trained as narcotics detectors. Officers from the Police Doc Unit are expected to visit the applicants' homes next week to inspect their pets. Those

Jubilee [ARTICLE]

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Jubilee The Senior Minister of State for Education, Mr Chai Cong Yli, and his wife will be the guests of honour at 8t Gabriel School's silver jubilee dinner at its secondary school ground on June 3 at 7.30 p.m.

'Foreigners drawn in by bullish market' [ARTICLE]

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'Foreigners drawn in by bullish market' The current bullish trend in the stock market here has attracted foreign buyers from London and Indonesia, according to stock-brokers. Brokers like Mr Donald Sinclair of Fraser and Company and Mr Yeo Seng Kla of Ong and Company have reported substantial orders from London.

Siew Ying's 'gamble' pays off—in gold! [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Siew Ying's 'gamble' pays off—in gold! Fok Slew Ylnf It smlllnf because her three year "gamble" has paid off. She save up her Job u a clerk In a statutory board and spent her savings on a business studies course at Ngee Ann Technical College. At times she had to

STOCK MARKET [ARTICLE]

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STOCK MARKET Speculative Issues captured the limelight during the first hour of active trading at the SES today. Right In the fore-front was Lien Hoe Industries, which advanced rapidly to $2.20 up 25 cents. Another was S.M. Industries, which gained 11 cents to $1.63. BUSINESS DONE Section One: F MERLIN

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There are many open air restaurants at night! But, there is only one ..v at the Raffles Hotel where the food is excellent!

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Fatimah-'youngest and best' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Fatimah- 'youngest and best' Tomorrow will be a big day for Fatlmah My d 1 n when 12 schoolteachers receive their appointment certificates as second lieutenants at the BAF Reservists Association hall at 10 a.m. For Fatlmah, 23, la the youngest and alao adjudged the best officer cadet among the

Don't stress litter fine: Kwan [ARTICLE]

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Don't stress litter fine: Kwan When teaching children to respect the environment... It is wrong to stress to children that littering carries a $500 flne, when teaching them to respect the environment. The children would then learn that they should not litter, but for the wrong reason, namely to avoid

GSP: S'pore exports up [ARTICLE]

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GSP: S'pore exports up by 50 pc—official Singapore exported over $244 million worth of duty-free products to America under the US Generalised System of Preferences last year an increase of nearly 50 per cent over 1976. The US Embassy com mercial attache. Mr Bruce Malkln. said this at a US

Union to meet on that plan for Malay [ARTICLE]

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Union to meet on that plan for Malay The Singapore Malay Teachers' Union will hold a meeting next month to discuss a proposal to include Malay literature in the teaching of Malay as a second language in secondary schools. Accordlpg to a union official, the proposal was first made a

Barbecue and dance [ARTICLE]

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Barbecue and dance The Sentosa Development Corporation will hold a folk dance and barbecue at the Sentosa Folk Dance C•nt re. Block 18, tomorrow from 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 pjn. Tickets at $6 for Sentosa Club members and $7 for the public are available at the Sentosa Reservation Office, Jardln

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Why KL said 'no' to SIA... [ARTICLE]

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Why KL said 'no' to SIA... S'pore gets explanation at air talks Malaysia has explained why it turned down Singapore Airlines' request to pick up pass engers in Kuala Lumpur and fly them to London. SIA applied to Malaysian authorities to operate two Boeing 747 services a week via Kuala

Tourist Board to have two divisions [ARTICLE]

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Tourist Board to have two divisions The Singapore Tourist Promotion Board la being reorganised Into two divisions administration and promotions. The administrative division will handle all service aspects, an official of the STPB. It covers four departments, research, finance, the secretariat and agency trationThe promotions division covers marketing, conventions, facilitations,

Canoeing contest [ARTICLE]

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Canoeing contest The head of the Naval General Staff. Lieut. Col. Lee Seng Kong, will flag off the fourth annual round Singapore Canoeing Expedition of the National Cadet Corps <sta) at the causeway on May 28. The expedition will begin at 7 a.m. The NCC will also hold Its sixth

Insurance scheme now for firemen [ARTICLE]

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Insurance scheme now for firemen A group Insurance scheme is now available to members of the Singapore Fire Brigade. This was disclosed by the Chief Fire Officer. Mr Llm Beng Lock, who said the scheme has been undertaken by the Insurance Corporation of Singapore. "This Is In addition to the

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Crossword V "V J. m I ill 111 ACROSS 1 Suns and moons 5 Popular acclaim 9 Weaponry 13 Rebound 15 Arab garments 16 Outerwear 17 Link-up space ship 18 Camper's peg 20 Orassy stretch 21 Property 23 Less than rain 24 Sea chief 26 Bucks like a horse 28

'VIETNAM USING NUCLEAR REACTOR' [ARTICLE]

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'VIETNAM USING NUCLEAR REACTOR' AP Hong Kong, Friday Vietnam Is reactivating a email American expert mental nuclear reactor which the United States abandoned In Dalat before the fall of Saigon to the communists, the Far Eastern Economic Review reported yesterday. The weekly newsmagazine, published In Hong Kong, said the uranium

Odd Corner [ARTICLE]

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Odd Corner UPI Knebworth (Enfbnd), Friday. John Lane claimed a new world record for onion peeling after removing the skins from 22 kilograms of them In 25 minutes 28 seconds. He did It for charity and raised USfISM (s4l4*).

Imelda groomed for Cabinet post [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Imelda groomed for Cabinet post Reuter Manila, Friday Mrs Imelda Marcos, wife of President Ferdinand Marcos and Governor of Metropolitan Manila, said yesterday she was being groomed for a post in the Philippines cabinnet as head of a National Department of Human Settlements. She disclosed this while talking to reporters

Lanka wants Japanese help [ARTICLE]

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Lanka wants Japanese help AP Tokyo, Friday Sri Lankan President Junius Jayewardene yester day asked (or Japanese economic assistance to build a free port In his country, Japanese government sources said. This request was contained In the President's personal message delivered to Japanese Prime Minister Takeo Fukuda by Sri Lankan

500 eye Asean products [ARTICLE]

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500 eye Asean products Reuter Manila, Friday More than 500 potential buyers have begun negotiations for orders at the first trade fair Jointly sponsored by the five countries of the Association of South-east Asian Nations (Asean), the fair secretariat revealed yesterday. So far nearly 2000 commercial buyers from about 50

'Not guilty' [ARTICLE]

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'Not guilty' UPI Columbia (South Carolina), Friday—Mitsubishi International Corp., part of a mammoth Japanese conglomerate, and two American businessmen pleaded not guilty yesterday to charges of conspiring to steal trade secrets from the Celanese Corp.—UPl.

Jakarta's Sino trade plan [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Jakarta's Sino trade plan World Reuter AFP Jakarta, Friday: The Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) will "propose the setting up of special machinery to coordinate trading activities between Indonesia and China, its president Air Marshal JSuwoto Sukendar said last night. Such machinery would ensure the smooth flow of

TODAY [ARTICLE]

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TODAY UPI TODAY Is Friday. May 19, the 139 th day of 1978 with 226 to follow. Those born on this date are under the sign of Taurus. ON THIS DAY IN HISTOBY: In 1945, more than 400 American B-29 "superfortress" planes bombed Tokyo. THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Kansas editor

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WORLD WEATHER Mooeow—Overcast, 18BC. Pravda's headline: The great force of our democracy. Rome—Bunny, 23-9 C. Headline: Terrorist* •hoot another policeman. Bo an—Sunny, 18-BC. Headline: US also delivers airplanes to Egypt and Saudi Arabia. Paris—Sunny. 19-9 C. Headline: Zaire—3,ooo foreigners trapped at Shaba. London Sunny, 187C. Headline: SelwynLloyd dies. Ho de

Abortion now legal in Italy [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Abortion now legal in Italy Defeat for govt as Parliament passes the Bill World Focus Reuter Rome, Friday The Italian Parliament yesterday passed a bill making abortion v 1 r t ually free on demand In this Roman Catholic country, ending years of heated political debate between the ruling Christian

'Relax rules on divorce' [ARTICLE]

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'Relax rules on divorce' Reuter London, Friday The Church of England was today urged to relax its rules on divorce and permit divorced Anglicans to remarry. The recommendation came In a report published only hours after Princess Margaret formally died for divorce from her husband Lord Snowdon.—Reuter.

Not-so-happy birthday [ARTICLE]

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Not-so-happy birthday AFP Manila, Friday A Philippine Appeals Court has dismissed a suit for damages filed by a businesswoman who received a telegram of birthday greetings In J971 which referred to her as "dead" Instead of "dear". The dismissal reversed an earlier decision handed down by a lower court awarding

Apeman fossils found [ARTICLE]

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Apeman fossils found Reuter Rangoon, Friday Geologists from Burma's Mandalay University have found a large cache of fossil remains which may shed light on one of man's distant, monkey-like relatives. Geologists here say the fossils, believed to be 40 million years old, are the remains of the crea ture Amphlpethecus,

'Upped US$ is exaggerated' [ARTICLE]

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'Upped US$ is exaggerated' AP Frankfurt, Friday The president of West Germany's central bank said yesterday the US dollar's recent rally might be exaggerated and the economic pro blems that brought about the American currency's weakness have not been solved. It Is not ruled out that the recent uptrend In

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Moving with the times [ARTICLE]

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Moving with the times Mr Lee Kuan Yew has reiterated In no uncertain terms that all religious groups are and will be treated equally. Neither minority nor majority groups can expect favours nor will they be discriminated against. The nine Sikh community leaders who met the Prime Minister on Wednesday

No monority rights [ARTICLE]

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No monority rights WHISPERS fs> ls ß p y T J A group of friends were lunching In a restaurant where all but one of them ordered the day's set lunch. The odd one ordered a la carte. When the places were set and the rolls Arrived, they found that

TAKING THE BITE OUT OF STUDENTS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TAKING THE BITE OUT OF STUDENTS FRIDAY WITH ISMAIL KASSIM ISMAIL KASSIM The Indonesian government has hinted that tertiary student bodies will be restructured to take the bite out of the movement. It will not be a popular mow. Stu dent Involvement In politics has long been accepted in the

The world has its limits [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The world has its limits warns this paper Worldwatch Institute Washington: Economic growth is slowing as the demands of the expanding global economy press against the sustainable yield of fisheries, forests, grasslands, and croplands in many parts of the world. In a new study released recently In Washington by Worldwatch

Birth of orchestra long overdue [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Birth of orchestra long overdue By Irene Hoe The Singapore Government and the Singapore Symphonia Company proudly announce the birth of their first child, the Singapore Chamber Orchestra at 1830 hours on May 13, 1978. Sin- cere thanks to Messrs. Tan Boon Teik, J.Y.M. Pillay, Bernard Tan, B.M. Ortega, Henry

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West Java food that's native in taste [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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West Java food that's native in taste luting Out I»V Violet Oon Melatl Dinette, the Indonesian restaurant of several years standing, has moved to Merlin Plaza, the extension to Merlin Hotel. The cuisine Is Weat Javanese, prepared by an Indonesian cook who graduated from a food academy In that country.

Ting Pei wears out old story [ARTICLE]

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Ting Pei wears out old story Suiulou 11 scene Richard Lim The latest big name to be flown here at great expense to help fill nightclubs is Hong Kong's Betty Ting Pel, who in some way owes her fame, or notoriety really, to her involvement with the late kungfu star

In defence of the pushy protective mother [ARTICLE]

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In defence of the pushy protective mother Part two by J. Segal Washington Post Washington: Precise Information about mother child interaction is difficult to obtain few parents willingly admit to neglecting their children. Nonetheless, from interviews with 250 children in several US cities, and from reading their diaries and listening

'I am the producer, the actors are my tools' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'I am the producer, the actors are my tools' The Arts I»v Margaret Chan Linda de Mello is an arts student at Catholic Junior College and producing her first full-length play, but already she knows tohat she wants. "I am the producer, the actors are my tools," she said, and

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To stream or not to stream? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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To stream or not to stream? China divides bright from slow Should schoolchildren be streamed, the brighter ones together, separate from the slow learners? Singapore's Education Ministry has opted for streaming after Primary Three. China, according to today's feature, recently introduced the scheme. But an English school report says non-streaming

Togetherness pays — school [ARTICLE]

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Togetherness pays school Economist London: Educationists still have to battle to explain why they be--11 eve children of different levels of ability should be taught together. They are confronteu Dy much prejudice and much of the experience of many parents. But now a comforting straw has been added to the

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Focus on Soviet issue in Brzez's Sino talks [ARTICLE]

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Focus on Soviet issue in Brzez's Sino talks Reuter Washington, Friday. White House Security Affairs Adviser Zblgnlew Brzezlnskl left for Peking yesterday for talks expected to focus on US and Chinese concern over Soviet activities In Africa. Mr Brzezlnskl flew from Andrews Air Force base outside Washington with a delegation

Boy kills teacher [ARTICLE]

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Boy kills teacher UPI Austin (Texas), Friday.—A Junior high school student yesterday shot and killed a teacher who had given him a falling grade. Police have filed Juvenile charges against the 13-year-old- son of former Presidential Press Secretary George Christian In connection with the slaying.—UPl.

US war plan for Nato in 1990s [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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US war plan for Nato in 1990s World Focus UPI Reuter Brussels, Friday The United States Is proposing a "revolutionary" plan to pour at least 200,000 troops and more than 800 combat aircraft into Western Europe within a week of the time war with the Soviet bloc appeared likely, US

Israel to build own war jets? [ARTICLE]

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Israel to build own war jets? UPI Tel Aviv, Friday Prime Minister Menachem Begin toured the Israeli aircraft Industries yesterday three days after the United States decided to sell Saudi Arabia F r ls warplanes, dramatising Israel's ability to manufacture Its own combat Jets. Mr Begin, accompanied by Defence Minister

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YOUR LUCKY IF IT'S YOUR BIRTHDAY BORN today, you are a shrewd and careful person. You would do well In business but you prefer activities that call on your artistic sense to self-satisfying an<| financially profitable ends, and would settle for either one. You are Intellectually oriented, though as a

Money Market [ARTICLE]

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Money Market UPI AP London, Friday The US dollar eased back on major European money markets yesterday, wiping out most of Its weeklong gains. Oold closed unchanged at U*****.825 In Zurich and rose 25 cents to U5J177.825 In London. Swiss and British dealers attributed the dollar's decline to a statement

US output dips in first quarter [ARTICLE]

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US output dips in first quarter 1 Business News and Views i UPI Washington, Friday The US economic output sagged 0.4 per cent during the first quarter year a slight Improvement o y t r an estimate made a month ago, but still the worse performance since the end of

Economic briefs [ARTICLE]

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Economic briefs AP HONG KONG: A definitive agreement was signed yesterday in Buffalo. New York state, between the Marine Midland Banks Inc. (MMBI) and the Hong Kopg and Shanghai Banking Corporation (H8BC) under which the Hong Kong Bank will make a substantial Investment in the American Bank's common stock, increasing

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NEWYORK [ARTICLE]

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NEWYORK Yesterday's prloea in US dollar* followed by the difference on the previous aeaaion'a cloae: AT T 82 Vi unch. Beth Steel 24% Caterp Tra 67 —1% Chrysler 1114 unch. Coca-Cola 43% ConU. Oil >1* Dow Ctiem Dreaaer Vi Du Font 116 —1% Kodak 6»% —1% Union 47% Firestone 14%

Dow Jones [ARTICLE]

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Dow Jones UPI Dow Jones closing averages on the NYBK yesterday: SO Industrials 860 93 (off 7.45), 30 transport 330.91; (off 0.94), IS utilities 104.00 (up 0.03), 85 stocks 393.13 (off 1.93). UPI.

TOKYO [ARTICLE]

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TOKYO AFP Yesterdays closing quotations of the giltedgeds, in yen with Thursday's in parentheses were as follows: Helwa Real Estate 635 (638). Nippon Oil 688 (701), Komatsu 335 337), Matsushita Electric 734 (707), Honda Motor 570 (580), Toyota Motor 044 (048), Mitsui and Co. 320 (330), Mitsubishi Corp. 426 (430;,

PARIS [ARTICLE]

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PARIS Closing prices on the Parte Bourse yesterday: Paribus 158.80 unch. Vtoncier 330 1 Prlntrpa 70.10 —0.40 Bull 36 JO +0.30 R Dutch 360 20 —6.80 Mkhelln 1401 1 COB 351 Thomson 180 3.50 CFP 124.90 —1.10 Rhone 89.50 1.40 Air 300 3 BSN 507 2 Philips 50.20 —0.50 Sues

ZURICH [ARTICLE]

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ZURICH Union Bank of Switzerland Closing prices on the Zurich Stock Exchange yesterday: UBS Bearer UB8 Registere 3010 10 d 546 3 BBC 388 2 Credit Suisse 2180 16 Swissair B. •18 3 Swiss Relnsur 2866 10 Wlnterthur B. 2190 70 Zurich Insur. 8900 50 Juvena B. 170 unch. Nestle

SYDNEY [ARTICLE]

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SYDNEY Reuter Prlcca at 11.30 am. today (Australian time) on tlx Sydney Stock Exchange: ACI 16® 198 ADC 30 30 Ampol Pet 81 83 AN I 100 163 APM 137 138 Bank NSW 583 588 Brambles 186 BBP 671 874 Boral 343 34ft CBA 347 350 C8R 394 397 CIO

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Struggling Brazil [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Struggling Brazil Reinaldo shines in 2-0 win Reuter Rio De Janeiro, Friday Brazil struggled for a 2-0 win over modest Czechoslovakia last night In their last international warm-up match before the World Cup flnals In Argentina. The Brazilian forwards battered their opponents goalmouth for most oi the match but were

Arms ban on foreign team guards [ARTICLE]

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Arms ban on foreign team guards UPI AP Buenos Aires, FridayGeneral Angel Barblerl, chief of security for the World Cup, said yesterday Argentina will not permit armed guards from abroad to accomK.ny teams playing In e finals. "Argentina are very protective of their sovereignty and because of that will not

Bruges fall to Dutch [ARTICLE]

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Bruges fall to Dutch Reuter Parle, Thursday.—The Netherlands swept aside European Cup finalists, PC Bruges of Belgium 7-1 In the final of the Paris Football tournament last night. The Dutch led 3-0 at halftime. The Dutch, took control from the start and Arle Haan scored two goals In the 2nd

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Only 10—shock for SICC women's meet [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Only 10 —shock for SICC women's meet I'm disappointed, says defending champ Bee Khim I TEE-UP with Lim Kee Chan The Singapore Island Country Club annual women's championship appears to be heading for an unhappy state of affairs Judging from the apathetic Interest shown for this year's meet, which Is

LINE-UP FOR SGA MATCHES [ARTICLE]

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LINE-UP FOR SGA MATCHES B«mbawang will b« at home to Warren In the Singapore Golf Association League on Sunday. The warren players: Premier B. Roberta and B. BurchAeld: Robert Chong and Tommy Young. Handicap o. Churchwell and B. Melln; U. A. Hamld and R. T. Dawson; K. C. Chow and

Insurance meet [ARTICLE]

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Insurance meet PJ. Rackley will defend the Insurance Institute of Singapore stroke competition for the Overseas Assurance Corporation Challenge Cup at tentoaa on May 23 Ist tee. 1.45 pjn.—HE. Hughes (13) N.N. Handa (10) Lum Ah Har (24); 163 —PJ. Rackley (7) D.B. Wyber (17) Eddy Qoh (24); 2.01— K.

Starting times at Island course [ARTICLE]

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Starting times at Island course Pint qualifying round tofether with the intermediate (handicap It and over) c&amptonahlp. Pint aaalifyln* ro and (M ay 22): I pjn. T. TiJjUanl (It) Y. Kato (17); I.M K. L. Tan (IS) M. Hill (15); 1.12 N. Law (1C) C. Bostey (It) M. Hofla (14);

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Raja Ikan does splendid trial on good going [ARTICLE]

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Raja Ikan does splendid trial on good going By FAIRWAY Ipoh, Friday Raja Ikan underlined his chances In the Class 3, Division I 1200 m race on Sunday with a splendid workout on good going here this morning. With Chris Gwllliam in the saddle, the Patron Saint fo u r-year-old

Scratchings [ARTICLE]

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Scratchings SUNDAY RACK ONE: I.N. CUM S Div I 1800 m Sir Aba, Arbak Iw, Pride ef NelL R«ub 11, StwtdM 111, Uj»l Komro. RACE TWO: IJI> Claw I Dlt 1 1800 m North Atlantic, Red Dart, Abort All 11. B»aek Spider. RACE THREE:. I.M. Ctaas S Die 4 1200

IPOH CARD AND FORM GUIDE FOR TOMORROW [ARTICLE]

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SELECTIONS [ARTICLE]

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Only 'old guards' [ARTICLE]

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Only 'old guards' JK3 Athletics Th« Singapore Amateur Athletics Aasodation have accepted the Malaysian AAITt Invitation for 15 athlete® to take part In thla year's meet at Kuala Trenaganu. But only the "old guards" will represent Singapore Explained BAAA secretary Mr KL. Venugopalan: "It has been our normal practice to

Madness, this Song waste [ARTICLE]

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Madness, this Song waste We don't have to put the clock back K3 Soccer By Jeffrey Low The future looks bleak. Because how could anyone with any soccer sense ever believe BebaBtlan Yap would bring Singapore five years back by putting Quah Kim Song as sweeper. If we have to

Cup invasion by non-leaguers [ARTICLE]

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Cup invasion by non-leaguers A record 51 non-League soccer clubs will be competing in the President's Cup tournament this year. Among them are Upper Serangoon United and River Valley Constituency whose suspensions from the League have been lifted by the Football Association of Singapore. The clubs will attend tomorrow's first

S'pore lose again [ARTICLE]

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S'pore lose again Malacca, Friday Singapore* Slumped to r their second straight defeat in the Malaysian Hockey Federation's Un-der-23 tournament wbsp they Were beaten 3<£ by ,Mararca thb morning. Two goals cume shoot from short corners while the third was seared aft a penalty flick late in the this evening.

A tour by ex-stars [ARTICLE]

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A tour by ex-stars By Brian Miller Singapore cricket fans will be able to see former Test stars in action at the Padang later this year. More- than 30 handpicked players will be coming as members of the Cricketers Club of London, who have included Slngapoefas one of their stops

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Chandrika to show what she learnt in India [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Chandrika to show what she learnt in India Five minutes of dancing while our cameraman clicked away, left Indian classical dancer Chandrlka M en on wet with perspiration, proof of the energy and stamina needed for this artform. "And I wasn't even going all out," she *lgh« ed as she

Creativity is the hallmark [ARTICLE]

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Creativity is the hallmark Hidden talent tapped at last Review By Rama I am convinced. Those Wednesdays of frustration are over. Kalal Deepam, the Tamil variety show telecast every fortnight, has finally arrived. The past few shows are clear indications of this transformation. (I can still remember how I used

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In and around i ii' *11 POP CONCERT: 8uper Charge. National Theatre, 7.30 p.m. Admission 16. $5, $4 and $3. Tonight only. TEA TIME FASHION SHOW, with clothes and accessories from Yara. Goodwood Park Hotel coffee lounge, 4 p.m. Admission $7 nett. BLOOD DONATION SESSION, held by the Mobile Blood

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BASKETBALL: National League Hardware v Four Seas (6.45 p.m.), VC v Nam Teck (8 p.m.), Forces "A" v Asia Electric (9.15 p.m.). All matches at Oay World Stadium GOLF: Keppel Lady Vlce-Oaptaln's Prize (Keppel Golf Club). RUGBY: Practice Match Singapore v RNZAF, S-E-Asla 'Thomson Road, 5 p.m.). SOCCER: AUPE Tournament

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THE GAME OP DEATH (Mandarin): This «u Bruce Lee's last movie. The kung fu king died while It wax half-way through production and a replacement had to be found. The story traces the meteoric rise of a young kung fu film star (Bruce Lee) who attracts the attention of a

Talkinc] Point [ARTICLE]

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Talkinc] Point AH FOOK: Wouldn't It be odd to award Singapore University degree to SU students of the Joint-campus courses and Joint NU-SU degrees to Nanyang student*? It will only confirm that there Is still a difference between SU and NU students' results despite the Joint campus scheme. MEI LIN:

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TV L SINGAPORE 5] t—rnmm AND RADIO Enta'TE LE Fll N KE N 3.99 OPENING ANNOUNCEMENTS fol- Ml NEWS IN BRIEF. < 35 THE TONY RANDALL SHOW. (See Top Shows of the Day). 7.19 IN SEARCH OF: Big Foot. About the search for Big Foot, an elusive creature, half ape

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r Todays top shows THE TONY RANDALL SHOW: Case The Hero Syndrome. (Ch. 5. 6.35 p.m. In colour). Judge Walter Franklin'* son. Oliver, goes to court to see his Idol Wild Dog Mclntlre the toughest hockey player In the league, testifying and learns a lesson when he later tries to