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THE SINGAPORE MONITOR 30cents M.C. (P) No. 21/5/84 Saturday, March 23, 1985

4 SACKED FOR GAMBLING IN FACTORY 'LOO' [ARTICLE]

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4 SACKED FOR GAMBLING IN FACTORY 'LOO' Five others asked to quit and six got warning letters By SIT YIN FONG A GAMBLING incident in a British drug factory has ended with disciplinary action taken against 15 workers. Four of the workers in Beecham Pharmaceuticals in Jurong were sacked without

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Desaru puts up more fun spots [ARTICLE]

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Desaru puts up more fun spots By CATHARINE FERNANDO WORK is in progress to develop Desaru into a major tourist playground, especially for Singaporeans. The proposed car ferry service linking Changi Point with Pengarang in Jonor is expected to be operational by the end of the year, though official approval

Some SOS hand flares are faulty, life-raft agents told [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Some SOS hand flares are faulty, life-raft agents told LIFE-RAFT servicing agents have been notified by a hand flares manufacturer that some of its flares are faulty. Hand flares are carried in life-rafts to enable a distress signal to be fired from the raft in times of distress or to

More are seeking woman lawyers' free legal service [ARTICLE]

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More are seeking woman lawyers' free legal service By CHEE LI CHOO DEMAND for free legal counselling service offered by the Singapore Association of Women Lawyers has increased by 40 per cent over the last year. More counselling centres might be opened if the demand continues to increase. Miss Y

Dealers dump electronic goods [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Dealers dump electronic goods By JOSEPH LEE PRICES of video recorders, colour television sets and mini-compo audio systems have fallen sharply. Competition is so fierce that sole agents, trying to keep their market share, are even selling their goods to retailers, without guarantees. A spokesman of Combi (S) Pte Ltd,

SBC singers hit the lounges [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SBC singers hit the lounges By PAT D'ROSE THE SINGAPORE Broadcasting Corporation is to contract out its full-time singers to a lounge for a period of two weeks at a time. The Strawberry Lounge in Somerset Road will be the first lounge here to employ the corporation's singers on a

Four familiar faces at lounge [ARTICLE]

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Four familiar faces at lounge PETER CHUA, a familiar face, represented Singapore in the Asean Exchange of Artistes in 1982. He has performed on various musical programmes and SBC Road Shows. He sang the theme song for the Mandarin-dubbed TV series Japan Submerged. At the lounge, Peter will team up

Income props up NTUC earnings [ARTICLE]

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Income props up NTUC earnings By GANDHI AMBALAM INCOME, the insurance co-opera-tive of the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC), has helped to keep the coffers of the congress filled at a time when it is facing a drop in its main source of revenue fees from affiliates. For the financial

MONITOR FEEDBACK [ARTICLE]

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MONITOR FEEDBACK FAST-FOOD chain, Burger King's announcement that it would try to cut out smoking at one outlet in Peninsula Plaza with a "mints-instead-of-cigar-ettes" policy has garnered mixed reactions MONITOR reporter JULIE ANNE SIT interviewed several members of the public regarding the policy in which smoking customers will, from April

Burger King's no-smoking bid [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Burger King's no-smoking bid SMOKERS' VIEWS SAID Mr Bernard Wong, 28: "It is a suicide move for Burger King. What they don't seem to understand is that their crowd is young and a lot of young people smoke. "They will drive away many of their customers who will simply just

Jeya's remark sparks off hot debate [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Jeya's remark sparks off hot debate MR J B JEYARETNAM found himself locked in a debate with two ministers in Parliament yesterday when he characterised pensioners as prisoners who were put behind bars and had been forgotten. Mr S Dhanabalan, Leader of the House, chided Mr Jeyaretnam (WP-Anson) for his

Pay good salaries or risk corruption [ARTICLE]

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Pay good salaries or risk corruption Reports by EE BOON LEE YONG POW ANG and LOONG SWEE YIN PRIME MINISTER Lee Kuan Yew told Parliament yesterday that the best way of dealing with ministers' salaries was to "let them move with the market." In his view, this would be an

Person's worth fixed by many factors [ARTICLE]

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Person's worth fixed by many factors DEMANDS of the job, paper qualification, job security and market forces are but some of the criteria by which a person's worth was determined, said Dr Arthur Bene (PAPFengshan), when he began the debate on the estimates of the Prime Minister's Office yesterday. He

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Big hunt for Soviet envoy's killers [ARTICLE]

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Big hunt for Soviet envoy's killers Reuter NEW DELHI, Saturday INDIAN police rounded up more than 100 foreigners for questioning here following the murder of Soviet diplomat Vladislav Knitzichenko, the Press Tnist of India (PTI) reported yesterday. The news agency said all but 14 of the foreigners, mostly Afghans, were

'We want a neutral, non-aligned Cambodia' [ARTICLE]

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'We want a neutral, non-aligned Cambodia' NEW DELHI, Saturday THAI Foreign Minister Siddhi Savetsila yesterday told Prime Minister Raiiv Gandhi that Thailand wanted a neutral and non-aligned Cambodia," a Foreign Ministry spokesman said. At, the same time, reports from Thailand quoted Prime Minister Prem Tinsulanonda as saying that Thai forces

Musa attracted by Cambodian boy [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Musa attracted by Cambodian boy MALAYSIAN Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Musa Hitam lifting a Cambodian boy who attracted him during a visit to a Cambodian refugee camp on Thursday. The camp is in Thailand's northeastern province of Surin. PICTURE: AP

S'pore cadet second in Philippine course [ARTICLE]

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S'pore cadet second in Philippine course AP BAGUIO (Philippines), Saturday A SINGAPOREAN military cadet graduated second in the 1985 class of the Philippine Military Academy and was presented a special Philippine Defence Minister's award yesterday. Chua Mui Hock, one of two cadets from Singapore in the 209-member graduating class, received

I will sue, warns slain newsman's widow [ARTICLE]

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I will sue, warns slain newsman's widow AP SAN FRANCISCO, Saturday THE widow of slain journalist Henry Liu has threatened to file a suit against the Taiwanese Government if it refuses to retract statements that her husband worked as a spy, her lawyer said yesterday The demand for a retraction

'Anti-pirating laws will help boost US-S'pore trade' [ARTICLE]

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'Anti-pirating laws will help boost US-S'pore trade' AP SINGAPORE must seriously consider introducing laws to prevent piracy of intellectual firoperty in order to further increase two-way raae with the United States, Mr Olin Wethington, US Commerce Department Deputy Undersecretary for International Trade, said in Singapore yesterday. He said U§ companies

A NEW BUCHAN FOLLOWS THE THIRTY-NINE STEPS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A NEW BUCHAN FOLLOWS THE THIRTY-NINE STEPS OPA JAMES BUCHAN'S first novel has earned him the coveted £2,000 (554,920) Whitbread literary prize and resounding acclaim as an exciting new author. One chapter of A Parish of Rich Women is set on a Scottish isle. As a choice of location it

John dreams of making a cool million [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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John dreams of making a cool million OPA AT 16, John Dykes got on his bike in search of his first million. The schoolboy saved £1,000 (552,500) to buy an ice-cream tricycle by collecting cardboard boxes and selling them to packaging firms. Now two years later he has a business

SATURDAY PEOPLE [ARTICLE]

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SATURDAY PEOPLE JOHN BUCHAN, the Scottish writer and statesman who led a life largely devoted to public service, was perhaps most well-known for his adventure novel entitled The Thirty-Nine Steps. It was written in 1915 and was made into a highly successful film in 1935. Now, his grandson James, 30,

First two to die of AIDs in Japan [ARTICLE]

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First two to die of AIDs in Japan Reuter TOKYO, Saturday TWO male Japanese haemophiliacs have died here of AIDs, the first known deaths in Japan from the incurable disease which causes the breakdown of the body's immunity system. The Asahi Shimbun newspaper quoted a Erofessor of medicine, Takeshi Abe

Britain suffers high inflation setback [ARTICLE]

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Britain suffers high inflation setback Reuter LONDON, Sat INFLATION in Britain rose to 5.4 per cent in the year to February, the highest since December 1982, according to official figures released yesterday. The Conservative Government, which has made fighting inflation the main plank of its economic policy, blamed rises in

Wrong tape gives 100 a scare [ARTICLE]

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Wrong tape gives 100 a scare AP LONDON, Sat FOR two heart-stopping minutes, passengers aboard a British Airways flight from Portugal to London feared the worst as they prepared for a crash landing in the English Channel. "This is an emergency," came a taped message over the in-flight loudspeaker. "We

Hepatitis B's baby carrier connection [ARTICLE]

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Hepatitis B's baby carrier connection UPI NEW YORK, Saturday BABIES of mothers with "Hepatitis B" infections may become life-time carriers of the virus if not vaccinated shortly after birth, researchers reported yesterday. Infants bom to mothers with "Hepatitis B' have a 85 per cent to 90 per cent chance of

Three French embassy officials kidnapped by pro-Iranian group [ARTICLE]

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Three French embassy officials kidnapped by pro-Iranian group UPI BEIRUT, Saturday THE pro-Iranian Islamic Jihad group have claimed responsibility for kidnapping two French diplomats and a French Embassy employee here yesterday. The group said the abductions were aimed at stopping an arms deal between France and Saudi Arabia. In southern

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HONG KONG AND Tips on travel, what to see, what to buy, where to eat all the information you need on these popular places will be contained in a special supplement in The Sunday Monitor to be published on March 24. Plus special features on business opportunities there. Don't miss

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SPP sells its stake in losing subsidiary [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SPP sells its stake in losing subsidiary By JANICE LIM SPP LTD has finally sold its 50 per cent stake in Scott Paper (M) Sdn Bhd to USbased Scotts Paper for M 55.6 million. This is less than half of about Msl4 million which had been pumped into the com-

IBS branch to woo customers in San Francisco [ARTICLE]

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IBS branch to woo customers in San Francisco By JOYCE QUEK in San Francisco THE SAN FRANCISCO agency of the International Bank of Singapore (IBS) will be officially opened by managing director Heng Chiang Meng on Monday. Agency chief Tiang Chong Lin, 32, explained the choice of the city: "Asian

Amcol wants to expand trading base in China [ARTICLE]

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Amcol wants to expand trading base in China By JILL HUM AMCOL Electrical Industries is looking towards expanding its trading base in China. The company already has a foothold there through Amcol Cosmos Ltd, a subsidiary incorporated in Hong Kong last December. Amcol Cosmos, a trading company, is distributing Sony

Two property firms merge [ARTICLE]

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Two property firms merge COLLIERS International Property Consultants, which includes the Singapore branch, has merged with a large American property group to form the largest federation of independent real estate firms in the world. Under the merger, which took effect in January this year, the 24 offices of the American

Turnover reduced by almost half [ARTICLE]

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Turnover reduced by almost half WEEKLY STOCK MARKET ROUNDUP THE LOCAL stock market opened mixed to cautious this week in reaction to a sharp fall on Wall Street over the weekend. Prices continued to drift lower throughout the week as investors stuck to the sidelines, adopting a wait-and-see attitude. Total

General Lumber's forecast is wide off the mark [ARTICLE]

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General Lumber's forecast is wide off the mark The Star KUALA LUMPUR, Saturday FIGURES published in General Lumber's latest accounts for the year ended Sept 30, 1984, are widely off the mark from those forecast in its proposed one-for-four rights issue circular last May. According to the annual report published

Is General Lumber in slumber? [ARTICLE]

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Is General Lumber in slumber? The Star OF LATE, many in corporate circles have asked: "What is going on in General Lumber?" Officially, nothing much has been heard about the timberbased company since the revamp of its board some six months ago. Six new directors Mr Tajudding Ramli, Mr Hassan

Prices close lower in aimless trading [ARTICLE]

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Prices close lower in aimless trading HSfLLSTKEET Reuter WALL STREET prices closed lower yesterday in aimless trading despite the prominence of takeover and merger speculation in several major stocks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by 0.77 point to close at 1267.45. Falls outnumbered gains by 812 to 684. Volume

INDICES [ARTICLE]

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INDICES THE Straits Times Industrial Index closed yesterday at 826.17, down 1.76 points from Thursday. The OUB Composite Share Price Index closed yesterday at 417.67, down 1.99 points from Thursday's close of 419.66. The OUB Trade-weighted Singapore Dollar Exchange Rate Index fell 0.5583 point to 133.2953 at the close, compared

DOLLAR AND GOLD [ARTICLE]

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DOLLAR AND GOLD AP THE American dollar turned mostly higher in calm trading yesterday, a contrast to the wild swings of the previous four days, when the dollar had plummeted 4.7 per cent. Gold prices fell, but still wound up the week with substantial gains. Republic National Bank in New

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Taxi drivers support Teng Cheong's stand [ARTICLE]

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Taxi drivers support Teng Cheong's stand ,i r*t WHAT SOME MTUC COMPORT TAXI DRIVERS SAY- TEO K E Singapore 1231 WE, NTUC Comfort taxi drivers, feel that the increases in diesel tax and taxi fares are too sudden and too high. We are glad that Mr Ong Teng Cheong, chairman

Childish to suggest Teng Cheong resign [ARTICLE]

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Childish to suggest Teng Cheong resign IT IS childish of Mr J B Jeyaretnam to suggest that Mr Ong Teng Cheong resign from the Cabinet simply because ne has expressed concern that the income of taxi drivers will be adversely affected by the diesel tax and taxi fare increase. Mr

'Don't ask questions already answered' [ARTICLE]

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'Don't ask questions already answered' MR CHIAM See Tong should explain why he was not in Parliament when Mr Ong Teng Cheong was exSlaining the diesel tax and taxi fare hikes to Mr J B eyaretnam Mr Chiam is paid an MP allowance of $3,000 per month but he is

A willingness to try out new fare scheme [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A willingness to try out new fare scheme TAN C H Singapore 1438 TAXI drivers salute Mr Ong Teng Cheong for speaking on their behalf. Mr Ong is not only chairman of the NTUC Comfort's Board of Trustees, he is also Second Deputy Prime Minister. His view carries weight. Taxi

Chiam opens Pandora's box [ARTICLE]

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Chiam opens Pandora's box THE SINGAPORE MONITOR COMMENT IN PRESSING ahead with his claim that the Housing and Development Board (HDB) was making profits in its sales of flats to the public, opposition Member of Parliament Mr Chiam See Tong opened Pandora's box. The Singapore Democratic Party leader (Potong Pasir)

RSAF seeking ways to reduce noise level [ARTICLE]

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RSAF seeking ways to reduce noise level REPLY LTA SUSEELA DEVI for Head Public Affairs Department Ministry of Defence I REFER to the letter "Family disturbed bv loud jet sounds" (SM, Mar 7) by Mr Teh Hock Seng. Paya Lebar Airport is the home of the RSAF Flying Training School

HDB should be fair to opposition voters [ARTICLE]

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HDB should be fair to opposition voters I WAS shocked and disturbed to hear the Minister of National Development, Mr Teh Cheang Wan, say in Parliament that the Housing and Development Board (HDB) should give priority to People's Action Party (PAP) constituencies in providing non-emergency services. I think this discriminates

Depot Road needs more bus stops [ARTICLE]

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Depot Road needs more bus stops THE distance between the bus stop in front of Block 112 in Depot Road and that near the International School at Preston Road is about 520 metres. The distance between the bus stop in front of the Hewlett Packard (HP) car park and that

More cases of frying without exhaust [ARTICLE]

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More cases of frying without exhaust I WISH to refer to the letter by Mrs Grade WeeLee, Senior Public Relations Officer, Ministry of Environment (SM, Mar 7) and would like to bring to her attention the numerous snack bars in Far East Plaza. Some of these so-called snack bars operate

Stay sober and count, says casino pro [ARTICLE]

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Stay sober and count, says casino pro features By MARGARET LANDERS Knight-Ridder Newspapers MIAMI: Gambling has its attractions all right, but losing money isn't one of them. "I don't think I ever walked into a casino expecting to lose," says Bobby Singer, gambler extraordinaire and blackjack guru, a card shark-turned-teacher.

QUOTES [ARTICLE]

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QUOTES "LET us be under no illusions; it is our strength and not their goodwill that has brought the Soviet Union to the negotiating table in Geneva." British Premier Margaret Thatcher "VIETNAM understands only the language of war. I don't know if China is willing to strike Vietnam as hard

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LETTERS on any subject of public interest wHI be accepted for publication They should be typed and must be signed. They must also include the writer's name and address even if the writer decides to use a pseudonym in print.'A contact telephone number would be useful We reserve the right

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LETTERS on any sublet of public interest will be accepted for publication. They should be typed and must be signed. They must also include the writer's name and address even if the writer decides to use a pseudonym in print. A contact telephone number would be useful. We reserve the

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And the nominees are ... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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And the nominees are Best actor It will be a night when dreams are realised or shattered, when some will feel great happiness and others, deep disappointment. It is the night of the Oscars. On Monday, Hollywood will announce its 1984 pick of the crop in the movie world at

Best picture [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Best picture A Passage to India BASED on the novel by E M Forster, this is a portrait of the Indian society under the British Raj. Accompanied by her fiance's mother, Mrs Moore (Peggy Ashcroft), Adela Quested (Judy Davis) arrives in India to marry Chandrapore city magistrate, Ronnv Heaslop (Nigel

Best actress [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Best actress Judy Davis (A Passage to India) BORN and educated in Perth, Australia, Judy sang in Taiwan and Japan with an Italian band in 1973. Her first film appearance was a one-line part in High Rolling, followed by the lead in My Brilliant Career, which won her two Best

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Best supporting actor [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Best supporting actor Half S Ngor (TheKJllinß Fields) THE 33-year-old Cambodian surgeon and gynaecologist makes his actingdebut as assistant-interpreter Dith Pran. Haine s experiences in his homeland closely paralleled those of Dith Pran's. He is now a job counsellor and developer for the Indo-Chinese community in the US. John MalkoTlch

Best supporting actress [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Best supporting actress Glenn Close (The Natural) BORN in 1947 in Greenwich, Connecticut, Close made her film debut as Jenny Fields, Garp's mother in The World According to Garp. For this, she won an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress She was nominated again in The Big Chill. This is

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B L tag! 12.55 Opening Programme by Sesa- J N 2.00 Saturday Matinee: Mystery Island. ,4 i J Davis Singapore versus Hong Kong (Oou HH|L I AM J Programme -a^fl The World Hong ..r >,' Master Chef Leung Tingkee of Hong Kong shares the < ~nJ secrets of his art.

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12.00 PM Newsdesk 12.30 That's Trad 12.45 Financial News 12.55 Reflections 1.00 World News 1.09 Twenty-Four Hours: News Summary 1.30 About Britain 1.45 The Wortd Today 2.00 Newsdesk 2.30 Album Time 3.00 Wortd News 3.09 Twenty-Four Hours: News Summary 3.30 From the Weeklies 3.45 Network UK 4.00 World News 4.09

Role changing [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Role changing TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS Saturday Night Movie: Her Life as a Man (Chinese subtitles) (Ch 5, 11.45 pm) A FEMALE journalist discovers that the only way to stay in her iob and compete with her male counterparts is to disguise as a man. Although her journalistic career is greatly improved

Tomorrow's highlights [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Tomorrow's highlights Sunday Matinee Standing Tall (Ch 5, 3 pm) RANCHER Luke Shasta (Robert Forster) and his wife (Linda Evans) are pressured by land baron Hartline (Chuck Connors) to merge their land with his. Hartline wages a terror campaign against Luke and the feud culminates in a face-to-face confrontation at

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TOMORROW'S PROGRAMMES 8.30 SBCTEXT Live Sample Pages. 5.20 Myth America.* 9.00 Opening and Programme High- 6.10 Programme Highlights. lights followed by Today's 6.15 News (E). Special Birthdays.* 6.25 Circus Time. 9.35 Fraggle Rock. 7.15 Clowns are for Launghing. 10.05 Tepuk-Tepuk Tangan (M). 7.30 News (M). 10.25 Sports Cup Golf Great

Slick sounds of Fifties [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Slick sounds of Fifties Asiabeat Reviews by LIM SEK ALBUM: ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK OF CITY HEAT ARTISTE: Various Artistes LABEL: *****-1 E (WEA) AL JARREAU and Irene Cara may be on this soundtrack's list of singers, but don't expect an electrically charged musical adventure in the same vein as Flashdance. The

TOP OF THE CHARTS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TOP OF THE CHARTS THIS week's US top 10 pop singles, as rated by Cashbox, with last week's positions in brackets: 1. (1) Can't Fight This Feeling REO Speed wagon (Epic). 2. (8) Material Girl Madonna (Sire). 3. (6) One More Night Phil Collins (Atlantic). 4. (4) The Heat is

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LIDO: Thursday, March 28 at 9.15 p.m. A Charity Film Premiere under the distinguished Patronage of the Minister for Foreign Affairs Community Development Mr. S. DHANABALAN All proceeds to The Community Chest Of Singapore Tickets at $5, $10 $25 available at Tangs Superstore n Yamaha Music School (Plaza Singapura) JJ

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AEROBICS CHAMPIONSHIP THE final of the Castle's National Aerobics Championship will be held at the Mandarin Ballroom, Mandarin Hotel, today at 7.30 pm. Tickets at $50 (inclusive of dinner and dance) are available at Bras Basah Castle's Aerobics Centre, Dynami at Goldhill Square, Potong Pasir Health and Fitness Club (Community

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New era of cooperation [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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New era of cooperation Message from His Excellency Mr Tasneem Noorani, Charge d' Affaires of the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Singapore MARCH 23, which is observed as Pakistan Day, reminds the Muslims of the India-Pakistan Sub Continent that on this day in 1940 their political party, the

Experience the timeless treasures of Pakistan [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Experience the timeless treasures of Pakistan THE SEASONED traveller seeks out destinations rich in history. There is a special poignance in standing on the very spot where great kings and emperors stood in years past. For those tired of tour buses and shopping centres, there are -the timeless treasures of

Feel the history and mystery every step of the way [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Feel the history and mystery every step of the way iy itKiCi PASS FEW places in the world can claim to have shaped the destiny of nations as much as the celebrated Khyber Pass. For fifty centuries, the Khyber has thundered to the tramp of marching armies. There is evidence

Pakistan's path to progress [ARTICLE]

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Pakistan's path to progress PAKISTAN Is struggling to reach the take-off stage in obtaining a better life for its people. In the last seven years, previous policies of excessive regulation have been abandoned and the Government of Pakistan has chosen to follow the policy of economic liberalisation as the path

TRADE WITH SINGAPORE [ARTICLE]

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TRADE WITH SINGAPORE SINGAPORE is a significant trading partner of Pakistan. Total trade between the two countries has increased, though not by a large margin, from US$l35 million to US$l56 million, a growth of 14.7 per cent in the last six years. Singapore has a surplus balance. Last year it

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THE SINGAPORE MONITOR RACING GUIDE

Teh's Slashing Sabre should do an encore [ARTICLE]

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Teh's Slashing Sabre should do an encore Wt&m By WONDER BOY GOODMAN STABLE S Slashing Sabre, who broke the ice in his last start, should defy a promotion and complete a winning double in Race Nine, a 1,600 metres race for Class 3 Division 2 horses, at Bukit Timah today.

QUICK GUIDE [ARTICLE]

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QUICK GUIDE WONDER BOY MA-ZHEN TAN MA TAN (Monitor) (Zao Bao) (Wan Bao) Race 1 4 Chimbu 7 Roily Polly 3 Takanawa Pnnce 3 Takanawa Prince 4 Chimbu 1 Suede 7 Roily Polly 5 Silicon Valley 9 Plenty Smart Race 2 15 Return To Reno 1 Atlantic City 2 Elite

Datin's Delight and Elite Squad my best [ARTICLE]

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Datin's Delight and Elite Squad my best By MA-TAN MY two best bets in today's card are Elite Squad (No 2 in Race 2) and Datin's Delight (No 2 in Race 5). Elite Squad impressed me as a winner in his winding-up gallop on Thursday, showing power and style. The

Form of today's runners [ARTICLE]

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Form of today's runners WONDER BOY sums up the form and chances of today's runners: RACE ONE 1 Fair track form. 2 Just transferred. 3 Working keenly, worth noting. 4 Coming on well, chance in this field. 5 Fair track form. 6 Resuming after spell. 7 Working keenly, place chance.

COMPUTER CARD [ARTICLE]

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COMPUTER CARD RACE 1 2.15 CI 5 Div 3 1200 m Short Course Stakes: $14,000 1 SOO-O SUEDE 1-12 3(4)57 0 Rajoo 1/5 4nzg Tan GYSO/07-0 2 0870 Platmt (7)55 0 W L»w 1/2 2ag Chonq GYOH 04 0 3 ***** Takanawa Prince 1-13 7 9)55 0 Zemel 1/1 snzh

COMPUTER ANALYST [ARTICLE]

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COMPUTER ANALYST BEST PICKS RACE 1 9 Plenty Smart 1 Suede 5 Silicon Valley 2 1 Atlantic City 2 Elite Squad 9 Sang Superba 3 6 Splendid 111 9 Flight Captain 5 Sidney Box 4 9 Volcano* 6 Dynamite II 10 Frieco 5 S Precisely II 3 Chuan Jit Mah

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New draw pits S'pore against stiffer opposition [ARTICLE]

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New draw pits S'pore against stiffer opposition SINGAPORE have been drawn together with Malaysia and Indonesia in Group B for the Merdeka Games sepak takraw. Originally, Singapore were grouped together with Malaysia and Philippines. It will be tougher now for Singapore to qualify for the semifinals. Singapore's team manager Abdul

Clash of speed kings is off [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Clash of speed kings is off Indonesia's top sprinter Purnomo pulls out of 100 m race RENDEZVOUS: BRUNEI MERDEKA GAMES Reports by B KULA AND K SILVAM IN BRUNEI THE LONG-AWAITED clash of the speed kings Rabuan Pit and Purnomo will have to wait. The Merdeka Games has been robbed

'We want to be new kings of sepak takraw' [ARTICLE]

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'We want to be new kings of sepak takraw' MALAYSIA'S dominance in sepak takraw in Southeast Asia may come to an abrupt halt in the Brunei Merdeka Games. Thailand, who only recently swept past Malaysia in the King's Cup in Bangkok, desperately want to do a repeat performance on the

Filipinos confident of sprinting to gold in track and field events [ARTICLE]

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Filipinos confident of sprinting to gold in track and field events THE FILIPINOS have a new athletics star and they believe that they will reign supreme. Apart from Asian sprint queen Lydia de Vega, tne rest of their outstanding sportswomen are all here in Brunei. Their chef de mission, Colonel

Aussie gets nothing despite ace [ARTICLE]

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Aussie gets nothing despite ace AUSTRALIAN Peter Senior can't get over the fact that he walked away empty handed from the 14th green despite registering an ace on the third day of the Rolex Masters at the Bukit Course yesterdav. The 25-year-old Australian, who had his first lesson in golf

Unstoppable Tze-Ming [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Unstoppable Tze-Ming REPORTS BY ERNEST FRIDA IT WOULD take a miracle to stop Taiwan's Chen Tze-Ming from winning the Rolex Masters at the Bukit course today. Such is the superiority of the 32-year-old Taiwanese, who has opened a commanding six-stroke lead from second placed Peter Senior of Australia, with a

Murugiah bent on beating pros [ARTICLE]

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Murugiah bent on beating pros M MURUGIAH will not be satisfied winning the amateur title he wants to scalp as many professionals competing in the Rolex Masters as possible. The competition, which enters its final day today at the Bukit Course, has seen Murugiah blossom overnight into a fine golfer,

THIRD ROUND SCORES [ARTICLE]

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THIRD ROUND SCORES 203 Chen Tze Ming (Tai) 68. 67, 68 (35-33); 209 P Senior (Aust) 69. 71, 69 (38-31); 211 R Stewart (Can) 70, 72, 69 (34-35); 212 Jaime Crow (Aust) 72, 69. 71 (36-35), Fung Hee Kwan (S) 69. 72. 71 (35-36); 213 Hsu Sheng San (Tai) 73.

Liverpool beginning to look their old selves [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Liverpool beginning to look their old selves BRITISH SOCCER WITH SIMON BARNES WEDNESDAY night sent two of the biggest English clubs crashing out of European competition and two more inarching on and basking in success. Spurs and Manchester United, bidding to take over the lead of the First Division today,

FIXTURES FOR THE WEEKEND [ARTICLE]

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FIXTURES FOR THE WEEKEND Cheleeo vs Norwich Coventry vs Watford Everton vs Arsenal Ipswich vs Nawcastla Lolcostor vs Wast Ham Luton vs QPR Man Utd vs Aston Villa Stoka vs Forast Sunderland vs Wadnasday Spurs vs Southampton WBA vs Llvarpool

Zainal and Peter are likely finalists [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Zainal and Peter are likely finalists EAST ASIA CHAMPIONSHIPS By ALFONSO CHAN IN MANILA WHEN THE draw for the individual event was comEleted last night, Zainal Abidin was just back from uying supper for his teammates. As captain of the Singapore team, Zainal has been entrusted with responsibility, but when

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J^capope CONTEST Predict the score Jya 1 and win $2,000 1) The object of the contest is to predict outright If there are more than one cor- correctly the scorelines of six Malaysia rect entry, the prize-money will be I Cup matches in the boxes provided shared If there is

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Brunei, here we come! [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Brunei, here we come! THE SINGAPORE contingent at the Chanel Airport yesterday (picture right) showing a 'Thumbsup sign' before leaving for tne Brunei Meraeka Games. Well-wishers stalked the hall and among them was sprinter Paul Su, excluded from the contingent because of a fractured wrist he suffered during Tuesday's time

SECRET THAI STRIKERS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SECRET THAI STRIKERS Thai officials refuse to reveal their goal-getters SEEN AND HEARD BY K SILVAM IN BRUNEI THAILAND'S football manager Vat Apibanpoovanart is keeping mum arout his strikers for the Merdeka tournament. He fears that bookies may atttempt to get in touch with them. He said: "In Singapore, if

Liem beats Yang Yang [ARTICLE]

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Liem beats Yang Yang Reuter LONDON, Saturday LIEM SWIE KING, the 29-year-old Indonesian ex-champion, revived memories of his brilliant past when he beat Yang Yang of China 11-15, 15-11, 15-3 and moved to within one match of his eighth All-England men's badminton final at Wembley last night. The wily three-time

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION+ILLUSTRATION]

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1985 Norwich vs Sunderland MILK CUP

This is the day of the little guys Game has all the makings of a memorable struggle [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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This is the day of the little guys Game has all the makings of a memorable struggle Reports by SIMON BARNES THIS IS the day of the little guys. NORWICH take on SUNDERLAND tomorrow in a Milk Cup final that has become the battle of the minnows. Normally the Milk

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INSPE Probable Norwich lineup A 2 The march to Wembley —A 2 Probable Sunderland lineup A3 The players other clubs forgot' A3 t° c cjlp The Preview Not the way its super-flexible cYv iu£ cret <7 sole turns on the juice in the short run. ~>* a 'so h„. na

Mainly solid players in the Norwich team [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Mainly solid players in the Norwich team CHRIS WOODS: Bis. strong, nerveless goalkeeper. Has shown ne is a big occasion man. Very dominating, but also an agile shot-stop-per. Rating: 7 PAUL HAYLOCK: Joined the club as an apprentice and has put in more than 100 League appearances. A good, solid,

ON THE ROAD TO WEMBLEY [ARTICLE]

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ON THE ROAD TO WEMBLEY Norwich SECOND ROUND FIRST LEG Preston 3 Norwich 3 THIRD Division strugglers Preston gave City an almighty scare. Deehan and Steve Bruce gave the Canaries a 2-0 lead inside half an hour But Preston hit back with goals from Houghton and Wilkins. It took a

MINNOWS vs MINNOWS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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MINNOWS vs MINNOWS CHRIS TURNER: Two years ago, keeper Turner suffered a fractured skull, playing, ironically, against Norwich. He came back the following season and never missed a game. Has played well above himself to take Sunderland to the final. Rating: 8 BARRY VENISON: A regular England under-21 player. Replaces

Unfancied Sunderland fought tooth and nail for their place The players other clubs forgot' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Unfancied Sunderland fought tooth and nail for their place The players other clubs forgot' SUNDERLAND may not be the prettiest or indeed classiest team to grace a Wembley Cup Final. But no one can deny that they deserve to be there. They have knocked out four First Division clubs en

LIVE [ARTICLE]

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LIVE SINGAPORE Broadcasting Corporation wjll teleqqst ','liy?!', thS Milk Cyp final be-, tween Norwich City and Sunderland' 6n Sunday 10.20pm on Channel 5.

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