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The Straits Times I Estd. 1845 THURSDAY, MAY 1, UN 50 CENTS M.C. (P) No. 188/12/85

Don't demand pay increases [ARTICLE]

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Don't demand pay increases 'It would mean more retrenchments and unemployment if you do* PM Lee tells Singapore workers y mSmmmmmmm fcaiil f 9MBRR RwRRRRRW mw**7B IMfO -i-«i-ii *_____> a _J •ii aim to mart mat wntam limn 1 m a ms wtmmmmmwa m im amwwtWtmtwm fw Lae Kuan Yaw.

KL scraps entry permits for Singapore cars [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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KL scraps entry permits for Singapore cars KUALA LUMPUR Motorists from Singapore can enter Peninsular Malaysia without a vehicle permit from todav. tmymjm and M*2 million annually from the issue of such vehicle permits, which started 19 vears ano. learnt of the permit waiver. Yesterday, at the Malaysian Road Transport

Second meltdown feared at Chernobyl plant [ARTICLE]

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Second meltdown feared at Chernobyl plant The Soviet nuclear disaster WASHINGTON A second nuclear meltdown may be under wrtj at the stricken Chernobyl power plant in the Soviet Union, American intelligence aources say. Western experts have waned that a vast cloud of radiation from the plant parte of which were

Frequent GSP changes not fend for free trade, Dhana tells US [ARTICLE]

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Frequent GSP changes not fend for free trade, Dhana tells US YANG RAZALI KASSIM LEE KIM CHEW Tta Bill Booting mw and BALI Singapore yesterday registered its concern about the frequent changes ta the rules on trade with the United States and proposed that new arrangements be made to ensure

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Home [ARTICLE]

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Home Dealer dispute over A rOCnMMONTH-OI_D dispute between oil company BP and its Adam Road dealer, Mr Tom Gwee, has finally been settled, three weeks before the case was to come up for mention in court. BP has agreed to reinstate Mr Gwee as a dealer and he, in turn,

Comment [ARTICLE]

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Comment TBE STRAITS TIMES SATS: atAj lasps-tsst but emplsfiife mttt also *_p_____________fl________w bw _______vff____r a RA -4. ism-Mr itMiM 4m*vpv. mrmmr r% mmmm wwmm ___M^ __^____ftk __fc _B______l _C_______T VJM_Pk______t d__-_> s eeaanav a. paMay et bs* i-Sr-Baefctae wWihj a price far Industrial fcti-Miy Slagapsre wamw awmtta pap fir Mi

Forum [ARTICLE]

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Forum CHANGING DOCTORS' IMAGE IRR DM*RRBHON that patients have of their doctors as givers of medicine should be changed if the doctor is to retain his image as a consultant for proper family health care. A reader suggests that this be done by either invoicing the patient for two separate

Around the world [ARTICLE]

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Around the world 'No' to military action SEVEN WEST European nations have ruled out collective military action to combat terrorism, but have agreed to expand political co-operation to do so. International terrorism, particulariy acts attributed to Libya, was a focus of Bmmmßm at the opening of a two-day meeting of

Timesport [ARTICLE]

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Timesport Pat for Hwa Chong HWA CHONG Junior College must have rubbed its collective hands with glee when national table tennis champion Patricia Kim sought them out to repeat her A levels two months ago. For the 18-year-old ace lifted Hwa Chong to a 3-1 victory over Temasek JC in

Section Two [ARTICLE]

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Section Two Hung up on ham IT MAV RE a roast leg of ham for Christinas, ham and eggs for breakfast, or a ham sandwich for a meal on the run. But the bulk of ham consumed here, be it smoked, honey-baked, boiled or picnic, is locally made. MAY HO

Timesdollar [ARTICLE]

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Timesdollar SPH TO ENSURE THAT IT REMAINS SINGAPOREAN SINGAPORE Press Holdings is taking steps to ensure that it remains a Singapore company. The newspaper giant is cailing an extraordinary general meeting on May 24 to paas a resolution Ilipiting foreign ownership of its shares to €9 per cent oc its

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

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Around Asean... and Across the Causeway Australia protests THE AUSTRALIAN Foreign Ministry in Canberra summoned Indonesia's acting ambassador to a midnight meeting to hear a protest over the bar- ring of two Australian reporters accompanying President Reagan on his visit to Bali. Journalists Richard Palfreyman and Jim Middleton, both of

Buyers' Guide [ARTICLE]

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Buyers' Guide Auction of fine jewellery A complete set of diamond necklace, earring and ring weighing 35.35 carats. A fascinating selection of Burmese rubies, Columbian emeralds and sapphires, natural Alexandrite set on rings, etc. etc These are some of the sparkling items to be auctioned by Victor Morns Pte Ltd

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Trade surplus likely to leave Nakasone red-faced [ARTICLE]

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Trade surplus likely to leave Nakasone red-faced TOKYO Japan has posted a record trade surplus of almost US$62 billion (*****.78 billion) in the year to March 31 and economists said this could be surpassed next year. The U5561.64 billion surplus, 35 per cent more than the previous year's record of

US may hit back at NZ [ARTICLE]

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US may hit back at NZ WASHINGTON The United States has said that if New Zealand enacts legislation which reinforces Its ban on nucle-ar-equipped ships, it will review its security obligation with Wellington and probably suspend them. But State Department spokesman Charles Redman said that no deadline had been set

No end in sight to the siege of Kandahar [ARTICLE]

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No end in sight to the siege of Kandahar ISLAMABAD Seviet aaR Affhaa .areas bs- -ii ii 1 «f tiHshir see hay ill J e-artty belt ansa! *3 **_tv _____BH ra«e sf taaafcs29 lery easibtaedw^ tersd Ms S-StZbhsSS^H •memimmmwamAmmamM m matm** wa*aaßwom**ma m m nthuy i n j if R**m

I'm ready to make changes, says Chun [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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I'm ready to make changes, says Chun MOUL SOUTH Korean President Chun Doo-Hwan now says he is ready to amend the Constitution before his tenure ends in February 1«. Mr Chun had declared two montha ago that the Constitution he instituted in IHO after his rise to power should only

Troops attack separatists in Golden Temple [ARTICLE]

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Troops attack separatists in Golden Temple NEW DELHI _B*A MILITARY troops and asa a i »1 1 hi raided the Golden laate yesterday to capture fcradicsls and secessionists a separate naJgTthe United News ttt India Shots were heard immediately Insecurity forces entered the ipii nsiuiki, Sikhism's holiaskrine, the agency said.

Sri Lanka guerillas light among themselves [ARTICLE]

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Sri Lanka guerillas light among themselves COLOMBO Battles between rival Tamil guerillas raged ter the second day in northern Sri Lanka today and residents said at least 168 people had been killed and scores wounded. Security sources said fighting between the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) and the Tamil

China deal to go through despite opposition [ARTICLE]

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China deal to go through despite opposition WASHINGTON A mul-ti-million dollar avionics deal with Chin was at the centre of a controversy between the Reagan administration and conservative US senators but the sale was expected to proceed. The administration defended the US«B0 million (Sst.2 million) sale to China as carefully

Moscow asked to give full explanation on Chernobyl [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Moscow asked to give full explanation on Chernobyl disaster 4 Listen, whan thay aay thara haa taaan an accidont, and than any It la a diaoatar, you know it la aarioua, vary aarioua. Tho problam ia thara ia ao much wa a) don't know and it worriaa ua. a Soviet

Kiev cycle race may be called off [ARTICLE]

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Kiev cycle race may be called off MOSCOW An international cycle race due to start next week from Kiev and passing close to the area pf the stricken Chernobyl nuclear power plant might be called off, a Spokesman for the Soviet sports committee said today. She said a decision would

Soviet technology faulted by US intelligence [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Soviet technology faulted by US intelligence WASHINGTON The nuclear dlniter in the Soviet Union started as long n four or five days ago, American Intelligence sources said yesterday. The sources faulted Soviet technology, which uses graphite, a form of lead, to moderate imrkar reaction. In the United States, water Is

Share prices of American electric utility companies fall [ARTICLE]

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Share prices of American electric utility companies fall NEW YORK The Soviet nuclear accident caused prices of the shares of many American electric utilities to fall on Tuesday. But the prices of futures contracts for many foods rtm because of the possibility of food contamination in Eastern Europe that would

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Aquino govt decides to mothball N-plant project [ARTICLE]

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Aquino govt decides to mothball N-plant project MANILA The Aquino government has decided to mothball a nuclear power plant in Bataan province and formed a committee to resolve legal conflicts stemming from the decision. The decision yesterday not to operate the US$2.l billion (SH49 billion Westinghouse nuclear plant was made

Blast and fire at heavy water factory [ARTICLE]

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Blast and fire at heavy water factory NEW DELHI A major gas explosion and fire occurred at a factory that manufactures heavy water for use in nuclear reactors, causing serious damage but no known casualties, the United News of India (UNI) reported yesterday. Heavy water contains hydrogen in its heavier

Group against collective force to fight terror [ARTICLE]

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Group against collective force to fight terror VENICE Seven West European nations have agreed to expand political co-operation in combating terrorism, but have ruled out collective military action. International terrorism, particularly acts attributed to Libya, was a focus of discussion at the opening of a two-day meeting of foreign and

Libya expels 19 Britons [ARTICLE]

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Libya expels 19 Britons LONDON Libya is expelling 19 Britons in retaliation for Britain's expulsion last week of 22 Libyan students. The Foreign Office said yesterday five British firms operating in Libya were told on Tuesday by the Libyan authorities that the 19 businessmen had to leave within two days.

Kisses for 'golden boy' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Kisses for 'golden boy' LUCILLE BALL aai wlti kisses at a ■lack-tie iiaaer aa Msaiay at tke St Regis Hetel la New Yerk, wkew ne faewsawaen perseaallty was fcsaearei ky tke Msseam r\ Xwrnrnmßßrnm tsr Ms aaM ceatary at eeatrlmWmta te Iks raata aai puter*. Reuter

Rustlers kill 37 [ARTICLE]

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Rustlers kill 37 DAR ES SALAAM Cattle rustlers armed with spears, arrows and guns have killed at least 37 tanners and wounded several others in western Tanzania, Shihata news agency reported yesterday. It quoted District Commissioner Laban Makunenge as saying the victims were ambushed at Gibaso village along Lake Victoria,

Khaddam escapes unhurt from bomb attack [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Khaddam escapes unhurt from bomb attack BEIRUT A BOMB exploded near Syrian Vice-President Abdel Halim Khaddam's car, killing one of his bodyguards and wounding three others. He was unhurt. He was driving in a bul-let-proof Mercedes last [Friday at the northern entrance to Damascus when •the assassination attempt occurred, the

Bahrain accuses Qatar of island raid [ARTICLE]

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Bahrain accuses Qatar of island raid MANAMA Bahrain, breaking a four-day silence, has accused neighbouring Qatar of having carried out a military operation against its territory or. the island of Facht al-Dibel which is claimed by both states. A Bahrain, communique accused Qatar of having kidnapped 29 foreign workers following

Blacks invited to help find peaceful solution [ARTICLE]

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Blacks invited to help find peaceful solution JOHANNESBURG Black leaders have been asked to help the whitedominated government to negotiate a peaceful solution to South Africa's problems. President P. W. Botha said his government was tap-are of the Blacks' ecopsmic aspirations and wanted to help solve their problems with employment,

Thousands swop their war toys for flowers [ARTICLE]

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Thousands swop their war toys for flowers TEL AVIV -Iksasaais sf ehlldrea watched as their plastte gaas aad teaks wars ■isshai to pleeee while a haad wemjea inarttal mmakc ta fraat ef City Hall ea The iteaieastrattoa was past sf a was sa was toys" eampalga ervaatae4 aai eapervtae**f by

May Day clamp on opposition heads in Poland [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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May Day clamp on opposition heads in Poland WARSAW THE Polish authorities are cracking down on opposition leaders in the face of calls for unauthorised May Day demonstrations. Courts in major cities such as Warsaw, Gdansk and Lodz have been authorised to use summary procedures in cases of alleged offences

Mexico City rocked by quake [ARTICLE]

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Mexico City rocked by quake MEXICO CITY A strong earthquake rocked this city early yesterday, sending residents panicking into the streets. There were no immediate reports of casualties or damage after the tremors, which registered 7.0 on the Rfchter scale and lasted for a minute. But a Red Cross spokesman

UN rift widens over cash plan [ARTICLE]

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UN rift widens over cash plan UNITED NATIONS More than 120 developing countries have rejected the bulk of United Nations Secretary-General Javier Perez de Cuellar's proposals to cut costs. On the second day of discussions, they found fault with much of his plan, despite the fact that the Soviet Union

Defence official sacked for leaking secrets [ARTICLE]

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Defence official sacked for leaking secrets WASHINGTON A sealer Defence Department official kaa been sacked far providing secret information far a aew* article aa aa American covert Intelligence programme. Government officials saM tkat part ef tke evidence agalust Mlckael Pllisbury, aa assistant ander-secretary, was tkat ke failed a polygraph (He-deteeter)

Fixing EC airfares illegal, says court [ARTICLE]

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Fixing EC airfares illegal, says court LUXEMBOURG The European Court of Justice ruled yesterday that airfare price-fixing by European Community governments and airlines is illegal a decision that could speed up de-regula-tion of EC air routes and lead to cheaper air fares. The court ruled that concerted price-fixing by governments

Debtor nations will need up to US$105b [ARTICLE]

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Debtor nations will need up to US$105b WASHINGTON There are 17 heavily indebted countries that will need US$7O billion (SJIS3 billion) to US$lO. billion in capital over the next five years, the World Bank has estimated in a confidential study. Treasury Secretary James Baker proposed US$29 billion in additional lending

Second bid to rob a plane [ARTICLE]

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Second bid to rob a plane LAGOS Police foiled a second attempt in less than a week to rob the baggage hold of an aircraft shortly after it landed at Lagos airport. At midnight on Tuesday, an Ethiopian Airways Boeing- 767 was held up by an armed gang on the

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Mochtar: This is what we will tell Reagan [ARTICLE]

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Mochtar: This is what we will tell Reagan BALI INDONESIA will tell President Ronald Reagan today that it sees little threat from either the Soviet Union or a weakened Vietnam. This was announced by Foreign Minister Mochtar Kusumaatmadja to journalists at a briefing yesterday in advance of the bilateral talks

'Reagan told Marcos there's no return' [ARTICLE]

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'Reagan told Marcos there's no return' YANG RAZALI KASSIM LEE KIM CHEW aad BALI President Ronald Reagan told deposed President Ferdinand Marcos to forget all plans of returning to the Philippines, the new Philippines Vice-Pres-ident Salvador Laurel said yesterday. Speaking to reporters after meeting US Secretary of State George Shultz,

Suharto to push for pledge on new satellite [ARTICLE]

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Suharto to push for pledge on new satellite BALI Indonesia's telecommunications system faces a critical situation unless it is able to launch a new satellite on the United States space shuttle. Foreign Minister Dr Mochtar Kusumaatmadja told reporters that President Suharto would press President Ronald Reagan for a commitment that

Ordered to leave at gunpoint [ARTICLE]

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Ordered to leave at gunpoint BAU A group of White House photographers waiting for President and Mrs Reagan to take a stroll along a beach yesterday were chased away at gunpoint by Indonesian troops in combat fatigues. Alerted that the Reagans would take a walk, the photographers had staked out

Mochtar quizzed on domestic policies [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Mochtar quizzed on domestic policies YANG RAZALI KASSIM LE KIM CHEW By and BALI A press conference on Asean-American relations yesterday became a virtual cross-ex-amination by American reporters of Indonesia's domestic policies. Fielding all the questions was Foreign Minister Mochtar Kusumaatmadja, who had to clarify Jakarta's ban on Australian Journalists

Shultz declares support for peace plan [ARTICLE]

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Shultz declares support for peace plan YANG RAZALI KASSIM LEE KIM CHEW Bv -om aad BALI Secretary ef State George Shafts yesterday declared US support fer the latest Cambodian peace plan, bat reiterated American reservations about tbe Khmer Range. Ia his bilateral talks with tMßaammm Foreiga Minister Mochtar Kusumaatmadja, Mr

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Jakarta envoy gets midnight protest summons [ARTICLE]

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Jakarta envoy gets midnight protest summons CANBERRA INDONESIA'S acting ambassador was summoned to a midnight meeting at the Foreign Ministi7 to hear a protest over the barring of two Australian reporters accompanying President Ronald Reagan on his visit to Bali. Journalists Richard Palfreyman and Jim Middleton, both of the Australian

Give Aquino a chance, Cardinal tells rebels [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Give Aquino a chance, Cardinal tells rebels MANILA Cardinal Jaime Sin has urged communist insurgents to stop fighting and give President Corazon Aquino a chance to prove her sincerity. Reconciliation was possible if the communist New People's Army was prepared to negotiate, the Archbishop said in his homily at a

Red light district goes up in smoke [ARTICLE]

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Red light district goes up in smoke BANGKOK Hundred of prostitutes and pinyaa escaped when a -_fl broke out and razed -dfl entire red light district fl a provincial town. Police in Nakhon Pathom, 100 km west of here, said the fire started in the town's largest brothel on Tuesday

Bomb found in Manila restaurant [ARTICLE]

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Bomb found in Manila restaurant MANILA A small explosive device marked "Libya goodbye" was found yesterday in the washroom of a restaurant in the Ermita tourist district. It was the second unexploded bomb found in a public place in the capital in the past 10 days. A janitor found the

Philippines appeals for easier finance [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Philippines appeals for easier finance ABBY TAN By Manila Correspondent Philippine Finance Minister Jaime Oogptn aad Asian Development Baah President Maaae Fnjtoka sign documents lar a DSfIN million (B|at million) special assistance lean at the ADB headquarter* in Manila. The laan Is the first to be granted to the new

East Europe trade boost for Indonesia [ARTICLE]

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East Europe trade boost for Indonesia JAKARTA East European countries, eager to increase trade with Indonesia, will send missions to buy rubber, coffee, plywood and other commodities, Antara news agency said yesterday. A 30-member Indonesian trade delegation returned on Sunday from a threeweek trip to Hungary, Rumania, Poland and Czechoslovakia

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Elections off if malpractices become rampant [ARTICLE]

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Elections off if malpractices become rampant ALBERT RAMALINGAM By KOTA KINABALU Polling in some constituencies may be scrapped if election malpractices become rampant, State Police Commissioner Haji Ahmad Maulana Babjee said yesterday. •Police said that some civil servants, including senior police officers, had been going around warning hawkers and stallholders

Extra police arrive [ARTICLE]

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Extra police arrive KOTA KINABALU Police reinforcements have arrived in Sabah to ensure that next week's elections are trouble-free. State Police Commissioner Haji Ahmad Maulana Babjee said that every precaution had been taken to ensure that there would he no trouble when about 400,000 people go to the polls on

Penny asks for 5 to be jailed [ARTICLE]

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Penny asks for 5 to be jailed KUALA LUMPUR Miss Penny Chang, constant companion of Malaysian Chinese Association President Tan Koon Swan, is seeking the imprisonment of five men whom die claims have disobeyed a court order. In her application, filed at the High Court Registry, Miss Chang claims that

Party assured Dr M is honest and sincere [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Party assured Dr M is honest and sincere ALOR STAR Parti Islam Is esavlneed sf the mRtaRB aad riaeertty sf the Prime Minister after the reeeat meeting between Umne and PAS "I saw Datnk Seri Dr Mahathir's determination and serteasaess ia wanting to avoid a miaaaderstaadtng In the Malay community,"

PAS lists states where it hopes to gain power [ARTICLE]

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PAS lists states where it hopes to gain power KUALA LUMPUR Parti Islam (PAS) will contest all state seats in Kelantan, Trengganu, Kedah and Perils and more than 100 parliamentary seats in the next general elections. Its Vice-President, Haji Nakhaie Ahmad, said yesterday the party hoped to gain power in

Harris lodges report against PBS pamphlet [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Harris lodges report against PBS pamphlet ALBERT RAMALINGAM Pletaie by KOTA KINABALU Former Chief Minister Datuk Harris Salleh has lodged a police report alleging that a five-page pamphlet issued by die ruling Party Bersatu Sabah is seditious. Thousands of copies of die pamphlet, titled Day of Terror under Berjaya and

No place for racism in politics — Anwar [ARTICLE]

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No place for racism in politics Anwar KUALA LUMPUR There is no place for extremism and chauvinism in the country, Umno Youth leader Anwar Ibrahim told a youth group here. He said there could be disaster "if the Malays only stand up to fight for the Malays, and the Chinese

Mrs Reagan to visit KL tomorrow [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Mrs Reagan to visit KL tomorrow KUALA LUMPUR US First Lady Nancy Reagan arrives here tomorrow for a 24-hour visit that underlines Washington's support for Malaysia's tough antidrug policy. Mrs Reagan will meet top officials responsible for anti-drug programmes and discuss the drug problem with teachers, parents and students at

Tourism to hit $2.3 b [ARTICLE]

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Tourism to hit $2.3 b KUALA LUMPUR Earnings ttom the tourist industry are expected to hit M52.3 billion by the end of the decade, the Deputy Trade and Industry Minister, Senator Kee Yong Wee, said.- AFP

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Cheaper PUB gas and electricity from today [ARTICLE]

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Cheaper PUB gas and electricity from today WONG AI KWEI Third reduction since November because of lower fuel oil prices •y New rate (per unit) ELECTRICITY Present bill $24.58 17.316 I New bill $23.64 16.656 i Monthly saving $0.94 GAS Present bill $14.00 106 New bill $12.08 8.636 Monthly saving

We heard tumbling sound, says accused [ARTICLE]

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We heard tumbling sound, says accused The gang-rape trial MR JUSTICE Wahab Chows yesterday called on the defence of a constable and three national service policemen on a charge of gangrape. Roseli Amat, 40, and the other three Kambali bin Takiran, 19, Muhammad Razip bin Fadzillah, 18, and Norsham bin

BP and Adam Road dealer settle dispute [ARTICLE]

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BP and Adam Road dealer settle dispute DAVID TOH By A FX)UR-MONTH-OLD disEite between oil company P and its Adam Road dealer, Mr Tom Gwee, has finally been settled, three weeks before the case was to come up for mention in court. Mr Gwee had refused to give up the

Scattered showers in next two weeks [ARTICLE]

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Scattered showers in next two weeks SCATTERED showers with thnnder are expected en ■MS* afteraMas over the next twe weeks. On a few mtwt, there will be wliMsnisi early merning shewers Sfriipsaiii by gnsty winds. Laa* -Death, WBBmwM ever msst parts sf the Island was abate average. Um highest recerded

NTUC's on the right track, says Teng Cheong [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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NTUC's on the right track, says Teng Cheong IVAN LIM By 4 With better skills, improved productivity and increased economic growth, our workera too will eventually enjoy a higher level of income like 9 the Japanese workers. Mr Ong SINGAPORE workers made the right choice 25 years ago w ten

Barisan criticises NWC wage restraint call [ARTICLE]

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Barisan criticises NWC wage restraint call THE Barisan Sosialis, an opposition party, yesterday said the National Wages Council's recommendation of a severe wage restraint is "oppressive". In a statement, its Chairman, Dr Lee Siew Choh, said it was in line with government policy to benefit onlv the big booses and

SDP May Day rally [ARTICLE]

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SDP May Day rally THE MP for Potong Pasir, Mr Chiam See Tong, will speak on the economy and unemployment at a May Day rally to be held by the Singapore Democratic Party at Queenstown athletic centre from 7 pm to 10 pm on Saturday. The chairman of the SDP,

Jaya a hot favourite at RC disco dance [ARTICLE]

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Jaya a hot favourite at RC disco dance HOME Affairs Minister Professor S. Jayakumar found himself a hot favourite at the first disco dance to be organist 1 by a Bedok residents' committee last night. At least two women stepped out to dance with him less than five minutes after

Two firms claim to make rally champion tyres [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Two firms claim to make rally champion tyres DAVID TOH By TWO European tyre comriies advertised recently TV Sunday Times on the same day. Nothing unusual except both claimed to be world rally championship tyres. So which manufacturer really stomped across the chequered flag at this years world rally championship

The award recipients [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The award recipients fmnvaouous service served as the Secretary to the Board of Trustees of NTUC Income since 1970. An accountant by profession, he is better known for his work in the Community Chest of which he has been President since 188. Dr Ee has also, since 1984, been President

Dinner to help the NKF [ARTICLE]

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Dinner to help the NKF THE International Y's Men's Club of Singapore (Alpha chapter) is organising a charity dinner to raise about 150,000 for the National Kidney Foundation. Tickets for the dinner at the Mandarin Hotel on May 10 are available from $70 at the National Kidney Foundation and the

What severe wage restraint means — SNEF [ARTICLE]

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What severe wage restraint means SNEF 'No increase in pay or fringe benefits' guidelines laid down SEVERE wage restraint should be taken to mean no annual increments and no increases in annual wage supplement and fringe benefits, according to the Singapore National Employers' Federation. Where the annual increment has been

Indonesian trader and wife oppose bankruptcy action [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Indonesian trader and wife oppose bankruptcy action BEN DAVIDSON By AN INDONESIAN businessman, who left Singapore without settling debts of more than $8 million, is resisting bankruptcy proceedings against him by a creditor on the technical grounds that he is no longer resident here. The creditor, Algemene Bank Netherland, started

30 made homeless [ARTICLE]

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30 made homeless ABOUT 30 people were made homeless when fire de- stroyed three single-storey houses in Kim Keat Road early yesterday. The blaze started at about 3am and razed the houses within minutes. No one was injured. Firemen, who arrived in two fire engines, put out the blaze at

Enjoy xinyao by the fountain in Sentosa [ARTICLE]

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Enjoy xinyao by the fountain in Sentosa A XJNYAO night featuring Singapore's new generation sf singers-cam-tempenew will he held at Seatenn na May lt. Among the nine performers are Straw, a pnpalar xlayaa grnnp, and Mr Uoh Kah Beng, winner nf the spea Beetles sf Wsgspere Brsadeastlag Csrpsratlsa's Taleattme 1988.

Out: First of easy-to-read fact-sheets [ARTICLE]

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Out: First of easy-to-read fact-sheets THE Ministry of Communications and Information has come out with a new series of fact-sheets on various subjects. The first of the factsheets, which highlights Singapore's public bowing EST"* Fact-sheets covering about 20 subjects, including Changi Airport, urban redevelopment, tourism and politics will be released

Peter Tham now faces 26 charges [ARTICLE]

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Peter Tham now faces 26 charges New count brings amount involved to $75 m PETER Tham Wing Fai was charged yesterday with another count of abetting jailed PanElectric director Tan Kok Liang to commit criminal breach of trust as an agent. With this charge, he now faces a total of

Arts centre hopes to occupy old SJI building [ARTICLE]

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Arts centre hopes to occupy old SJI building ST PATRICK'S Arts Ceatre alma ta occupy the old St Joseph's Institution building ia Bras Basah Road in two years if all goes well. "Oar ultimate objective remains fixed/' said Brother Joseph McNally, director of the ceatre, at the centre's opening of

'Screening tests likely to uncover more Aids carriers' [ARTICLE]

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'Screening tests likely to uncover more Aids carriers' KONG SOOK CHIN Byi MORE carriers of the Aids virus are likely to be uncovered in Singapore through the Health Ministry's screening programmes, ai senior government doctor has said. Dr Tulip Tan, the Medical Director of Middle Road Hospital, said this when

Youth robbed woman of $40 and molested her [ARTICLE]

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Youth robbed woman of $40 and molested her AFTER robbing a young woman of $40, a 19-year-old youth made her lie on the ground and molested her. He then warned her not to raise an alarm before running off. Six days later, Lieo Ming Kwang tried to rob another young

'Don't hire contractors who solicit business' [ARTICLE]

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'Don't hire contractors who solicit business' THE Renovation k Decoration Advisory Council has advised Housing Board residents against hiring contractors who solicit business in their estates. The reason is that these contractors were likely to be fly-by-night operators and nit endorsed by the council, said the council's Chairman, Mr Farok

Suicide after suspension from work [ARTICLE]

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Suicide after suspension from work A PART-TIME bus driver took his own life after he was served with a suspension notice for misconduct, a coroner's court heard on Monday. A suicide verdict was recorded on the death of Tan Choon Hoe, 28, who leapt over the parapet of his brother's

CD ceremony [ARTICLE]

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CD ceremony THE MP (or Kaki Bukit, Mr Chew Here Ching. will present certificates to 110 Civil Defence volunteers this Sunday at the Civil Defence Volunteer Unit headquarters in Jalan Rajah at 2.30 pm.

Armed robbers get away with $17,000 in cash and jewellery [ARTICLE]

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Armed robbers get away with $17,000 in cash and jewellery THREE chopper-wielding robbers held up a woman proprietor and four people in a hairdressing saloon and got away with about $17,000 in cash and valuables on Tuesday. The robbers walked into the Merlin Beauty Salon in Block 64, Circuit Road,

Talk and slide show on NS for parents [ARTICLE]

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Talk and slide show on NS for parents EIGHTEEN constituencies la the central regie" sf Singapore have get together ts hsM a preoeumkmtt sn natlsnal service en May If. The event te be held »t the DBS ftidl torlam m targeted ftt parents ef mmma whs are stent te enlist

Rape accused faces three new charges [ARTICLE]

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Rape accused faces three new charges THREE more charges, including one of abduction, were yesterday tendered against a suspended army officer at the close of a preliminary inquiry into the alleged rape of a 26--year-old woman last year. Magistrate Edmond Pereira ordered Kulwant Singh s/o Dalip Singh to be remanded

Man killed himself after wife told to leave [ARTICLE]

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Man killed himself after wife told to leave A LABOURER became depressed after his pregnant Indonesian wife was told to leave the country, a coroner's court heard yesterday. Goh Swee Heng, 32, married the Indonesian woman early last year. She was granted a temporary stay here by the Immigration Department.

Crackdown on taxis with 'see all' mirrors [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Crackdown on taxis with 'see all' mirrors RAV DHALIWAL ROV says they are a hazard to safety Wm MIRROR, mirror oa the wall, who's the fairest of them all? For the Registry of Vehicles, this old saying has taken a new twist. And it's not very funny. In fact, it

Lower car-check fee for AAS members [ARTICLE]

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Lower car-check fee for AAS members AUTOMOBILE Association of Singapore members now save ft if they send their cars to AA Pte Ltd in Eunos for inspection. They will also save $5 annually on the subscription fee for ordinary members, which has been reduced from $60 to $55, starting this

16 who eye beauty title to live together [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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16 who eye beauty title to live together LIKE girl guides on a camping trip, 16 aspiring beauty queens have to "learn to live and play together 0 until Saturday, at least. It is part of a programme introduced for the first time for finalists of the Miss Singapore/Universe Pageant.

Driver loses appeal over girl's death [ARTICLE]

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Driver loses appeal over girl's death A BPKBAPOBE Baa Ser?i_*_K?_r fg aM girl by aegll|(Mt yafaajay laal Ha appeal afataan eesvleLew Swee Oaa, 44, waa Used ttfam by a dist i lll Mr aami May aftar ke ws a—jatii s_ mmmtß the death* Tan Kai SUa V*\m m tm tWtJtkmm.

Ships visit [ARTICLE]

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Ships visit TWO Italian frigates, the Sclrocco and Grecale, will be in Singapore between May 2 and May 5. In conjunction with their visit here, there will be an exhibition of Italian defence equipment.

SBS inst ais safety device in older buses [ARTICLE]

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SBS inst ais safety device in older buses RAV DHALIWAL bt■r SINGAPORE Bus Service ia Installing a device to make autre that its older buses will not move off unless the doors are properly closed. This means that if somebody or something Is caught in the door, the bus will

Computer board post for scholar [ARTICLE]

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Computer board post for scholar MR LIM Swee Say has been appointed Deputy General Manager of the National Computer Board (NCB) from today. He will assist Mr Tan Chin Nam, the board's General Manager, who has been appointed Director of the Economic Development Board. Mr Lim, 31, a Singapore Armed

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The Straits Times

A price for harmony [ARTICLE]

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A price for harmony WORKERS have little to rejoice over this May Day. The economy is in serious recession after years of heady growth and the outlook for a quick turnaround is not encouraging. Unemployment is growing. Our workers :*iave had to lower their expecta- tions and put up with

No time for secrecy [ARTICLE]

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No time for secrecy ANOTHER nuclear mishap has occurred. The last major accident in 1979 at the power plant in Three Mile Island in the US fortuitously killed no one. But, unfortunately, the incident over the weekend at the Chernobyl plant in the Ukraine will, by all accounts, take many

Japanese unions help to see firms through a bad time [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Japanese unions help to see firms through a bad time E.S. BROWNING It will be a sober May Day this year. Union leaders have a dual role to play carrying out a wage restraint policy and explaining to workers why such a strategy is necessary. The main story on this

Disciplined labour and lower wages give Seoul the edge [ARTICLE]

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Disciplined labour and lower wages give Seoul the edge INCHON (South Korea) In a factory the size of an airplane hangar, beyond lines of workers bending over huge machines, stands a solitary assembly line with no workers operated by a room full of computers that programme the manufacture of engine

Punchlines [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Shedding an old image and finding a new identity [ARTICLE]

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Shedding an old image and finding a new identity new town i YISHUN New Tawa is a place with a past which aaa ta carve aat a fatare Identity far Itself. Traces af the area's Britannic, Aasak aad naval Uaks stUl Sat the estate's western flanks. Melbearae Bar, Canberra Beataaraat

Muis must live up to greater expectations [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Muis must live up to greater expectations ISMAIL PANTEK By writing lor Bertta Harian The Singapore Muslim Religious Council (Muis) has been in existence for almost 18 years now. It is time, the following article argues, for it to gear itself up to meeting new challenges and the rising expectations

It's the good life in the year 2000 [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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It's the good life in the year 2000 HO CHIN BENG Table talk By DO YOU remember? It was a moonlit night. The skies in Hougang were studded with stars. Down under, the grass-covered ground was crawling with crickets that creaked and unknown insects that creeped. It was also Friday

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Many helpful, courteous and knowledgeable [LETTER]

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Many helpful, courteous and knowledgeable On taxi drivers I REFER to the letter "Good practice as cabbies do cheat" by "A Disgruntled Visitor". (ST, April 9). As a frequent traveller, I agree with the view of the visitor from Hongkong that airlines should announce taxi fares as a service to

Visitor owes us all an apology [LETTER]

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Visitor owes us all an apology I REFER to the letter "Good practice as cabbies do cheat" by "A Disgruntled Visitor". (ST Apr 9). I read with disgruntlement the writer's sweeping and one-sided comments about all taxi drivers in Singapore. My husband is a taxi driver who, together with thousands

Dividers difficult to see at night [LETTER]

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Dividers difficult to see at night SOME road dividers on the expressways and on some road junctions become unnoticeable at night or during heavy rainfall. This is because the street lamps have a limited range, and because their light is often obstructed by roadside trees. I am sure other roadusers

Reopen opening in road divider [LETTER]

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Reopen opening in road divider I WOULD like to draw attention to the inconvenience and danger residents of Jalan Tenang, Jalan Jelita and Jalan Istimewa face every time they try to enter or leave the estate. Since the opening in the road divider opposite Jalan Jelita (next to Tan Boon

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CPF money not for maintenance [LETTER]

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CPF money not for maintenance PLEASE refer to the letter "Can HDB flat be fiven to ex-wife to upeep son?" by "Petitioner". (ST, April 14). The board would like to inform the writer that there is no provision under the existing Central Provident Fund Act to allow a member who

Potted plants can be pet in corridors [LETTER]

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Potted plants can be pet in corridors PLEASE refer to the letter "Be flexible on potted plants in corridors" by ''Plant Lover" (ST, April 19), in which the writer complained that residents in Crawford were not being allowed to display potted plants along the corridors outside their flats. It has

At their request [LETTER]

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At their request THIS Is In reply to the letter "What is the outcome of STPB probe?" (ST, April 22). Our investigations, recently concluded, showed that the Pulau Langkawi tour was organised by a woman at the request of her friends and relatives and that she had not un- dertaken

Lot it bt clear prices must fall [LETTER]

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Lot it bt clear prices must fall IN the days when hawkers were not licensed there were so many of them around that business was highly competitive and it was difficult to increase prices. Today the scenario has changed. Their number is limited by law. This has created artificial demand

SES man should attend AGMs [LETTER]

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SES man should attend AGMs I AM happy to note that the Stock Exchange of Singapore has taken an interest in the annual general meeting of flour-miller Prima Ltd. (ST. April 25). I would like to suggest that the SES appoint an official to be present during the AGMs of

Consultants, not medicine-givers [LETTER]

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Consultants, not medicine-givers Time to change patients' impression of doctors THE letter from a paediatrician (ST, April 26) in response to the earlier letter from a distressed mother (ST, April 21), who was concerned that she had consulted her doctor but had not been given medicine, properly placed the matter

Freeze annual increments only as a last resort [LETTER]

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Freeze annual increments only as a last resort I FULLY support the principle of wage restraint to reduce cost and to increase competitiveness. However, I hope fixed annual increments are only froaen aa a last resort because of the following rea1. The principle of "equal sacrifice" la not applied. Those

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In the markets

Rally short-lived [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Rally short-lived SHARE trading was Jittery yesterday, cutting short Tuesday's rally. The Straits Times Industrial Index eased 1.16 points to 570.20 and the Business Times Composite Index fell 2.90 points to 476.12. Falls led rises 80 to 43 while 28 stocks were unchanged. Turnover fell to 5.33 million units worth

INDICES – Highs & Lows [ARTICLE]

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INDICES Highs Lows Straits Times Business Tints Industrial Composite 1985/86 High 852.65 (7/3/85) 757.79 (8/3/85) 1985/86 Low 563 34 (28/4/86) 470.92 (28/4/86) time H*r. 1071.91 (8/2/84) 983.06 (8/2/84) All time Low 74.75 (17/9/64) ***** (28/4/86)

Forex [ARTICLE]

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Forex TBE US dollar gained 155 ticks to close at DM 2.1870 in Singapore.

Exchange crossrates [ARTICLE]

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Exchange crossrates DM Y FT 89 H$ Utf ***** ***** ***** unq ***** unq ***** 2.1870 ***** ***** ***** 7 7930

Gold [ARTICLE]

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Gold la Singapore, gold price was unquoted.

Simex [ARTICLE]

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Simex Eurodollar: Lost five ticks to 93.22 a contract. Deatschemark: Lost 35 ticks to 0.4583 a contract. Upamtet yea: Lost 29 ticks to 0.*****3 a contract. Gold: Gained US$l.BO to U*****.30 an ounce.

SPH moves to limit foreign holdings [ARTICLE]

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SPH moves to limit foreign holdings CONRAD RAJ Maximum 49% will ensure it remains a local company By SINGAPORE Press Holdings is taking steps to ensure that it remains a Singapore company. The newspaper giant has called an extraordinary general meeting on May 24 to pass a resolution limiting foreign

Hotel wins regional award [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Hotel wins regional award RAV DHALIWAL By EXCELLENT service. Employees of The Pavilion Inter-Continental Singapore from doorman Talib bin Chukop to general manager Eric Pruefer can boast this and have a plaque to show tor it. The collective effort to excel won the four-year-old hotel the Inter-Conti-nental Hotels group's Excellence

Singaporeans are making Mr Hale hearty with their apple-munching habit [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Singaporeans are making Mr Hale hearty with their apple-munching habit ANNE KOH •y SINGAPOREANS have munched their way through millions of apples to clinch the title of third largest consumer of apples in the world, after West Germany and Norway. About 41 per cent ot the apples we eat come

Shipyard lost money despite good sales [ARTICLE]

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Shipyard lost money despite good sales JOHOR BARU Despite the recession, Malaysia Shipyard and Engineering Sdn Bhd (MSE) achieved total gross sales of MJ145.4 million last year compared to MJ141.1 million the previous year, its chief executive, Mr Mohamed Taib Ibrahim, said yesterday. He told reporters in Pasir Gudang, 32

TDM hit by M$8.2m 'extra' loss [ARTICLE]

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TDM hit by M$8.2m 'extra' loss AN MsB.2 million extraordinary loss has caused plantation, trading and leasing group TDM Bhd to run up a net loss of MfSU million for last year. But TDM's position was helped by M55.6 million in unappropriated profit brought forward so that the gram pared

Ongco wraps up $170m credit line [ARTICLE]

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Ongco wraps up $170m credit line CONRAD RAJ By ONO A Ce, eae of Stogapore* largest steeburok-twe-year revolving credit taetttty ef flit mllllea. The last ef Its 34 beaks, tod hy First NaRmml Baak of Chicago, terday to em tend the ereeß tocflHy whleh will eeaaprtoe Rmmimmm aad short tsnn

British Business Assn gets new president [ARTICLE]

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British Business Assn gets new president STANDARD Chartered Bank's Area General Manager, Mr Michael Brown, has been elected President of the British Business Association. Mr Brown, who served as a Vice-President on the old committee, succeeds Mr Jack Snowden. Mr Brown is also on the j Banking Sub-committee of the

Business done in Singapore [ARTICLE]

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Business done in Singapore READERS should be aware ol the imitations of this information. Not every transaction, nor every price dealt in at the Singapore and Kuala Lumpur stock exchanfes, is necessarily covered in "business done". Further because al deafcifs at a particular price are grouped together, the table does

Business done in Kuala Lumpur [ARTICLE]

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Business done in Kuala Lumpur INDUSTRIALS A|inomoto (3 I OS) xd AMD'3 30S) ll) 3 30 Alcom (0 538 0 575X 10) 0 52 AISB (0 488 0 495) (2) 0 49 (2) 0 48 API <0 3280 3245X2)0 314 (5) 0 32 ASM (0 696 0 70S) (24) 0

How your stocks performed [ARTICLE]

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How your stocks performed M shares quoted have a par value of SI. unless otherwise specified Adjusted for scrip/rifhts. N Tai-eiempted dividend ABN is traded in lots ot 10 shares each, with the pnce quoted in dolars IMS Last VwM Yd Day Mill Low CMpa* Salt Ctunfe COM) Ugh Low

Commodities, Finance

Bank rates [ARTICLE]

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Bank rates OCBC OUB UOB DBS MiM ngs daily 5 5 4V» 4V 4 I .itttly 4V 4 Al osave 4V 4 Fixed deposit 1 month 4>/4 4>4 4 4>/ 4 (l) 2 months 4'/ 4 (D 3 months 4 4 4>/ 4 4>/ 4 (l) 6 months 4V» 4Vj

FOREIGN EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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FOREIGN EXCHANGE lfit#riMnk Ov9f tho counter Foreign Local dotes to Foreign currency otrency one wH of to 910 foreign currency Australian dollar 1.6199-1.6228 6.27-6.08 Canadian dollar 1.5934-1.5953 6.35—6.22 NZ dollar 1.2774-1.2802 8.01-7.74 Sterling pound 3.3956—3.3994 2.99—2.93 US dollar 2.1950-2.1960 4.60-4.53 Local dotes to lOOmfts of foroifn currency Austrian schilling 14.3225-14.3337

Forex [ARTICLE]

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Forex THE US dollar closed unchanged against most major currencies at 3 pm yesterday. Against the Singapore dollar, it closed firmer in narrow trading. It fluctuated within a range of 2.1925 and 2.1965. Against the deutschemark, the greenback opened at 2.1780/90 and closed at 2.1785/95. Trading was narrow, fluctuating within

Gold [ARTICLE]

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Gold HONGKONG Gold closed a shade easier in fairly dull trading yesterday in the absence of fresh factors, dealers said. They said traders tended to be sidelined as the US dollar's trend remained unclear. There was some profittaking following the rally in New York where traders bought gold on fear

Gold market [ARTICLE]

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Gold market GOLD US$/oz Wed Tuts Singapore 344.40—344.90 342 50—343 00 Hongkong 344.40—344.70 342.15 342 55 Tim Mm New York 344.80—345 30 343.70—344 30 London 345 00 345 50 344.50—*****

Unit trusts [ARTICLE]

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Unit trusts mmmmmtf tw\cm for Bam i Singapore Urot Trust The Commerce 0 7*— oB? Tlw Savings Fund 0W— 065 Spore Prog Fur-d 0 30 -0 32 Spo*. Set Fund OW>-ob4 Spoie Invest Fund o*4-047 S por- (quity Fund 0 34-0 36 Asia IM Trust MaUn.fSt fund 1 OS— l

Container schedules [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Container schedules Receipt of Export FCL containers and LCL cargo LCI Receiving Receivinf Shp (toyaft) Arr Cargo Time Block Lars Ms (8606) 05/5(2330) F5 1430 1530/1330 1430 A] Bl *****330 Fl A Virginia (7) 03/5(1000) F7 *****130/1130 1230 Nl/Pl A Nebraska (6) 05/5 (2130) F7 1230 1330 SI Islamabad (40HW)

Ships in port [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Ships in port Vessel Berth Arr Dep Lin Petaling 2 Kl9 aside 01/5 Nedlloyd Barcelona Xl? aside 01/5 Raiah Brooke K2SW aside 01/5 Royal Viking Star (P) KO9 aside 01/5 0200 Tien Ann K35 aside 01/5 Tomoh Satu K2l aside 01/5 Barber Perseus KO9 01/5 02/5 Builder 3 K23 01/5

Rubber [ARTICLE]

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Rubber Rubber Closinc prkts cents/Uo Singapore May ***** up tour cents Malaysia May ***** unchanged

Tin [ARTICLE]

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Tin Tin Closing prices Ms/klo KL Tin 14.59 up two cents Turnover 64 tonnes I down 76 tonnes

Copper [ARTICLE]

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Copper Ctowif pricn Copp«r £/tanw Tan Spot 924 00-925 00 (929 00-929 bO) 3 months *****-932 50 (943 00-943 50) Market tone Steady Sales 68.750

Silver [ARTICLE]

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Silver Ctowif prim Sil»»r USS/trey INd Twi S.n«aoof» S 06-S 1 1 5 00-S 05 Tan Mw Ne« T(»k SW--SlO SOO-SOS Source Credit Stint* 5 <Wf

Aluminium [ARTICLE]

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Aluminium Ctaai| pricti Aluminium £/tonne Turn Spot 764 00-765 00 (754 00-755 00) 3 months 754 00-755 00 (*****-748 50) Market tone Steady Sales 3000

Palm oil [ARTICLE]

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Palm oil Crude MS/tome May 535 (south and central) June 550 (south) palm oi USS tonnes RBD palm oil May 247 50 (sellers) June 245 (sellers) 245 (settts) RBO Stearin May 200 (sellers) lune July 202 50 (sellers) RBO Otein May 267 50 (sellers) June/July 265 (sellers) Crude stearin Neutralised

Stock markets rouno-up

Brief rally ends as investors retreat [ARTICLE]

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Brief rally ends as investors retreat A FIRM start failed to follow through after the first hour on the Singapore stock market yesterday and Tuesday's strong rebound was stopped in its tracks. The Straits Times Industrial Index, which rose eight points on Tuesday, eased 1.16 points yesterday to close at

Hongkong [ARTICLE]

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Hongkong X •*< Ckanf* HK Etect 900 unch A-ocln«Hot.K 099N -001 ul A tV Bonk Of Eo.t A«o 20 40 +0 I ?g-n lt% f^ ss te w i 7,? is tj« F E Comortum 0 465 0 0 1 5 R#< *V 1 1 lON unch ForEo»tE«ch ""'^HKTilt 1120

Tokyo [ARTICLE]

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Tokyo Ml 30 Ten Chinee MrHub Elec 370 +15 Mrtvjb Ettote 1750 -10 Ajewnoto 1600 +10 Mrr*ub Heovy 374 -I g*. 407 +7 MiUubnh. 718 -4 Amodo 910 +)5 Mit»oi Co 445 +5 A»oh. Chem 830 unch MiTvji ShpMdg 138 -I ,28 +5 Mitvji Smernng 375 -6 bonk Of Tokyo

Sydney [ARTICLE]

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Sydney *M 30 Cents Change Hooker 224 unch (Awl) I C I 262 +2 Ind Equity 958 -10 A C I 360 -r-2 Lergnfon 75 -2 AMI 327 -3 Lend Lerne 92o +10 A P M 372 3 Aberfoyte Sao .".o 2z'* a 2£L A,M ii£ unch Age zz 335

INDICES [ARTICLE]

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INDICES i NST Mei ~T~ Wednesday 942.77 (946.49) Hm Honghoni Hanf Sent -'0 Wednesday 1,836.99 (1,826.29) 1 Austraian AlOrdkiaries Wednesday 1,210.5 (1,209.1) I Nhket Stock Average Wednesday 15,825.50 (Closed) Financial Times Industrials Tuesday 1,391.2 (1,365.3) Dow Jones Average *7gg Tuesday 1,825.89 (1,843.75) (Figures in brackets refer to those of tho

New York [ARTICLE]

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New York «prl» IBS Clunc* Akoo 40* AS*d Sig 52* -H Am T«l» T«l 25* Amoo Inc 14* unch Am Corp 59* B«tht«hfn Sfi 18* -1* Boaing Co 57H unch Burrooght Cp 62 Cotarpior Co 54* Chos* Monhm 47H -U Chryttor Cp 37* -H CitKorp 61* Com Not Go* 47*

London [ARTICLE]

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London Apt 29 rtnet CfcM|t •WJSTWALS Aft*d-Lyon» 313 2 Aw Dairies BTRPIC 473 +8 Bobcocki 190 +1 Barclay* 549xd 12 Beechom 40S -8 BCC 350 +2 Hue Ode 718 +45 BOC Group 351 »d 4 Boots 269 unch Bowatar 333 +15 BATS 395 +4 Orrtonnio 133 unch BP 545 +4

Disney figures on rosewood [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Disney figures on rosewood MARA FERNANDEZ Innovations By Bank's signature verifier CITIBANK customers in Singapore can now get their signatures verified almost instantly by tellers as the bank has installed an automated on-line computer. The Auto Sig 11, which can store signatures, is a boon to cus- tomers who previously

Johan Holdings in the red [ARTICLE]

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Johan Holdings in the red NORA CHENG William Jacks units drag it to MsB.4m bottom-line loss »y TRADING losses in the William Jacks companies in Malaysia and Singapore have taken diversified Johan Holdings Bhd into the red for the first time in five years. Johan, which has the Diners Club

$576m bank deal [ARTICLE]

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$576m bank deal LONDON Lloyds Bank and Sanwa Bank of Japan have announced the signing of a contract for the purchase of Lloyds Bank's 99.9 per cent interest in Lloyds Bank California by Golden State Sanwa Bank for about £170 million (*****.3 million) in cash. The banks have been negotiating

New director [ARTICLE]

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New director MR Bertie Cheng Shao Shiong. General Manager of the Post Office Savings Bank, has been appointed Alternate Director to Mr Chua Kim Yeow on the board of General Securities Investments.

OUB's assets grow despite profit drop [ARTICLE]

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OUB's assets grow despite profit drop THE Overseas Union Bank (OUB) Group continued to show growth in its assets, loans and advances last year despite the sharp drop in its profits. OUB Chairman Mr Lien Ying Chow noted in the annual report that deposits in the groups companies, including certificates

Bernama and Sime sign network pact [ARTICLE]

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Bernama and Sime sign network pact KUALA LUMPUR BERNAMA has signed an agreement with Sime Darby Systems to set up a nationwide voice-grade communication network covering all major towns in the country. This would pave the way for further expansion of Bernama s news and information services, Bernama General Manager

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OBITUARIES

181 Deaths 181 Deaths 181 Deaths [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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181 Deaths 181 Deaths 181 Deaths THOMAS YANG TAI TONG Age 54 passed away peacefully on 28th April 1986 Wife: Yang Wong May Yung Son: Raymond Yang Hon Mun Daughters: Son-in-law: Mary Yang Hon Mee Tan Yong Seng Anna Yang Hon Pik Betty Yang Hon Wan Cortege will leave Singapore

181 Deaths [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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181 Deaths T.VEERIAH Age 69 patt.d away peacefully on Mth April 'SS leaving behind beloved Wife: Alamelu Animal Sona: Radah (CID) Rajendra (John) Ravindran (Peter) Rajan (William) Ramani (Benny) Rajasegaran (Tony) Daughters Vasunthara (Baby Jane) Rajaswart (Jessie) Rajathilagam (Jennifer) Daughters-in-law Suseela Rajeswarl Prabhavathi Andal Josephine Sone-in-law: Rajendran (Simon) Ashogan Gunasegaran

182 Acknowledgements [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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182 Acknowledgements Tit* Family or tt<* lata MDM. YONG SEH YING wish to express thoir heertfelt thanks and gratituda lo tha officara a •taft of GSMB and RSM, PMC a members of WO» a SGHa' maas; Director*, managamant and collaaguaa of OCBC Ltd, OCBC Staff Association; Managamant snd staff ot

183 Condolences [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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183 Condolences Oeerest Sister Grace, Nephews Gerald a John CPT JOSEPH LUM We share your painful loss In your grief we are one By your side we'll always be Mom. Jui, Pst A Dennis.

RACING

Commanding trial [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Commanding trial PEDIGREE Noordin pair in good shape ON THE TRACK with I ne top tenj Flag Commander Kelly Green n N. Conqueror Tong Lam Ribat n Deu Fete Dlx Lord Vaae Slick Trick Alrowana P. Of Vlrtae PENANG Class 3 stablemates Flag Commander and Kelly Green II impressed in

Read takes over Allan string [ARTICLE]

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Read takes over Allan string BUKIT Timah trainer Ivan Allan has officially handed in his trainer's licence. Malayan Racing Association Secretary Tim Thompson said yesterday. Thompson added that Allan's assistant trainer. Charlie Read, was granted an A' licence on Tuesday and the horses entered by Allan for the Penang May

Titan heads big pack of newcomers [ARTICLE]

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Titan heads big pack of newcomers Fairway looks at their home records IPOH Titan U looks the pick of the 24 Class 3 newcomers entered for the Penang meeting starting on Saturday. A batch of 24 unraced newcomers have also been entered. Although Titan 13 (late Titan Flyer) is still

Today's Kuala Lumpur amateur card [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Today's Kuala Lumpur amateur card Race 1: POLISH Race 2: KAL AM A ROY Race S: BLUE BLOOD Race 4: PINTO MAN Race S: MARRYLAND Race C: BLAZE AHEAD Race 7: BULAN II Race 8: AMIGO'S GUITAR Race f PACT FINDER Quartet betting In Race S and tierce aad forecast

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TIMESPORT

Pat on the back for Hwa Chong [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Pat on the back for Hwa Chong PETER SIOW National champ Patricia leads HCJC to Schools' A title By I SCORECAR: TAILS TENNIS (F__Os) Girls' A Dhrlatoa: Hwa Cbeag JC S BaWamt JC 1 (HCJC first): Ang Kie Ling bt Chen Xlnchin 21-9. 21-17; Patricia Kim bt Liao Meizhen 21-4.

SPORTS SHORTS

Africans top Japan meet [ARTICLE]

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Africans top Japan meet ATHLETICS Tanzania's Juma Dcangaa won the men's 10,000m race and Kenya's Maria Chamweno captured the women's 1,500m event at the Hyogo Relay Carnival in Kobe on Tuesday. Dcangaa broke away in the final 400m and sped to victory in 28m in 15.135ec. Maria won her event

Boys' Town face CJC in soccer final [ARTICLE]

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Boys' Town face CJC in soccer final ALBERT JOHNSON By BOYS* TOWN Vocational Institute and Catholic Junior College will meet in the National Schools A Division soccer final at Jalan Besar Stadium next Wednesday. Both teams cleared their semi-final hurdles by 2-0 victories at Jalan Besar yesterday defending champions Boys'

When No. 1 is still not good enough [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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When No. 1 is still not good enough PETER SIOW HWA CHONG Junior College student Lee Teck Yong's return to the schools' scene has not been without una and downa. The peak for the 17-year-old national trainee was winning all his matches in the National Schools A Division Boys' table

Saints' heavenly hour [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Saints' heavenly hour MAHMOOD GAZNAVI St. Andrew's win U-17 title Byl FIFTEEN minutes before the whistle, defeat for St. Andrew's in yesterday's National Schools' Under-17 rugby final against Dunearn Secondary Technical had looked improbable they had accumulated 249 points in their previous six matches and conceded only six. But 15

Starless Scots held by Dutch [ARTICLE]

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Starless Scots held by Dutch HOLLANO 0 SCOTLAND 0 EINDHOVEN World Cup finalists Scotland drew 0-0 with Holland on Tuesday night in a friendly soccer international robbed of much of its relevance by the absence of the Scottish first team. With Graeme Sou ness, Kenny Dalglish, Alan Hansen and Gordon

Wimbledon head for promotion [ARTICLE]

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Wimbledon head for promotion I BRITISH SOCCEF LONDON Second Division Wimbledon are on the brink of joining the top flight just nine seasons after entering the Fourth Division. Tuesday night's 1-0 win over Stoke means that Wimbledon need just three points from their final three games to guarantee promotion. Another

Thijs opts for youth [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Thijs opts for youth BELGIUM BRUSSELS Belgian coach Guy Thijs on Tuesday included two rookies at the expense of a duo of experienced internationals in his soccer squad for the World Cup finals in Mexico. Hamburg SV defender Gerard Plessers was dropped after a lacklustre performance in the West German

Dawn of the Super Division? [ARTICLE]

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Dawn of the Super Division? LONDON Manchester United chairman Martin Edwards has said that English soccer is moving towards an elitist First Division to wMch entry would no longer be by promotion. Commenting on Tuesday night's decision by the English League to reduce the First Division from 22 to 20

SA board won't act [ARTICLE]

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SA board won't act CAPETOWN THE South African Rugby Board said on Tuesday they would not take any action to stop the controversial tour by a rebel New Zealand team. The International Rugby Board last week ordered the SARB to halt the tour of South Africa, which the New Zealand

Bingham 'bombshell' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Bingham 'bombshell' > ZEUjJ BELFAST David Campbell, just 20 and with only 35 minutes international experience, was named in Northern Ireland's 22-man squad for the World Cup soccer finals in Mexico on Tuesday. The latest Nottingham Forest find has been given the chance to rocket to stardom. Just as 17-year-old

Morris' attack saves Derby [ARTICLE]

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Morris' attack saves Derby LONDON Middlesex and Derbyshire played out a tame draw in their County Championship cricket match at Lord s after Derbyshire avoided the fol-low-on early on Tuesday, thanks to an aggressive 44 by John Morris. Two dropped slip catches helped Derbyshire after they resumed at a shakey

Samaranch is 'more optimistic' [ARTICLE]

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Samaranch is 'more optimistic' BUMING* The president of tbe International Olympic Committee, Juan Antonio Samaranch, met a North Korean delegation here yesterday and emerged with some optimism about resolving differences between North and South Korea over the 1988 Seoul Olympics. After a half-hour meeting with the two-man delegation, Samaranch, told

The champs' assault force [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The champs' assault force Bearzot names a mixture of rookies and veterans for World Cup finals ITALIAN SQUAD Goalkeepers: Franco Tuncredi (age: 31, caps: 10), Giovanni Galli (26 13). Walter Zenga (26 0). Defenders: Antonio Ca brini (30.62), Fulvio Collovatti (29 48), Gaetano Scirea (33 72), Pietro Vierchowod (27/21). Giuseppe

Rodriguez dilemma [ARTICLE]

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Rodriguez dilemma URUGUAY MONTEVIDEO Uruguayan team manager Omar Borras has named his 22-man squad for the World Cup soccer finals in Mexico, but an operation could keep his captain out of the tournament. Veteran goalkeeper Rodolfo Rodriguez, Uruguay's most-capped player with 79 internationals, underwent a stomach operation on Monday following

No surprise from Faria [ARTICLE]

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No surprise from Faria MOROCCO RABAT Morocco included five professionals playing for European soccer cliibs and five players from African club champions Royal Armed Forces in their 22-man World Cup squad. Brazilian-born coach Jose Faria sprang no surprises when he named his line-up on Tuesday, the only notable absentees being

UNKNOWN [ARTICLE]

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UNKNOWN BELGIUM Goalkeepers: Gilbert Bodart (age: 25 cap: 1), Jacky Munaron (30/7), Jean-Ma-rie Pfaff (33/50). Wim de Coninck (28/0). Defender*: Eric Gerets (32/55), Georges Grun (24/14), Michel Renquin (30/5), Franky van der Elst (25/8), Hugo Broos (34/20), Stephane Domol (20/1), Nichel de Wolf (28/16), Patrick Vervoot (21/1). Midfielders: Enzo Scifo

Easy start for Steffi [ARTICLE]

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Easy start for Steffi INDIANAPOLIS ttf TOP-SEEDED Steffi Graf, of West Germany, made her debut in the United States Open clay court championships on Tuesday with a 6-3, 6-1 triumph over American Mary Joe Fernandez. Steffi, ranked third in the world, took control from the outset of the sec-ond-round match

Injury forces Eng Soon out [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Injury forces Eng Soon out TAY CHENG KHOON Brother Eing Chong proves an able reserve By FIRST the bad news: Local Order of Merit winner Poh Eng Soon withdrew from the Singapore team to this weekend's Dunhill Cup Pacific Zone golf Championship after damaging a ligament on his left wrist

Big Two to tangle [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Big Two to tangle J. RAJENDRAN Indonesia to meet China in both Cup finals Reports... By Pictures... By AST MIGHT'S RESULTS fl ■a *_*ftfjHFft». £wj hitswls 4 Malaysia 1 (laeV mmam first): Icuk Sugiarto bt Misbun Sidek 15-5, 15-1; Lius Pongoh bt Ong Beng Teong 15-3, 154; Liem Swie King

United against Man U [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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United against Man U JOE DORAI *EST OF SPORT mt THE Singapore soccer side, who suffered a humiliating 5-1 defeat by Selangor in the Malaysia Cup semi-finals last week, will continue to be handled by the same management team when training resumes for the friendly match against Manchester United on

Ladies don their boots once more [ARTICLE]

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Ladies don their boots once more JANICE SEAH much of that team with national left-back Sharon Ong as skipper. They are propped up by the return of national stopCt Lisa Thangavelu and termediates Asnah Tawil and Nora Kamalia. Bukit Timah too, look capable of making an impact with the services

Grasscourt in October [ARTICLE]

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Grasscourt in October JANICE SEAH By AS feared, the Singapore Open Grasscourt, the biggest tennis showcase in the Republic, has been pushed back to its original October dates. The Singapore Lawn Tennis Association had been left floundering with a $70,000 sponsorship problem after Borneo Motors pulled out their traditional ■"EP

On target [ARTICLE]

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On target SINGAPORE Recreation Club Blues handed Tridents their first defeat in the Anchor-Kent Division One darts competition when they triumphed 5-4. Otmm raamtW: Prairie Express A 7 Tridents 2; Sundstrand 6 Prairie Express B 3.

Prisons lose [ARTICLE]

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Prisons lose PAKISTAN League defeated Prisons 4-2 in a Singapore Hockey Association Division Two match at Tanglin yesterday.

Danes couldn't take the strain [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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OBITUARIES

183 Condolences 183 Condolences [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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183 Condolences 183 Condolences I Our Heartfelt Condolence* To Tha Family Of The Late 1 I GEORGE ANDREW REE 1 Departed 29th April 1986 I From: I Management k Staff of I K. MOHAMED YOUSOFF PTE LTD I

184 In Memoriam [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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184 In Memoriam In loving memory ol KONG YIT KIEW (Wife ol Mr Wong Sun) Deperled 1/5/85 It's 1 year since you've gone But memories of you still linger deeply In our hearts. Deeply missed but always remembered by husband, aorta, daughters, daughters-in-law. sons-in-law and gcaodchitdren In loving memory ol

184 In Memoriam [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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184 In Memoriam MR. P.M.S. NATHAN Departed 1.5.198S Always remembered by eon: Antom*. daughtar-in-.aw: Regina, grand-daughter: Angelina and all loved oooe. A Requiem High Meee wW be Held ai 6 obp m on 1-SSt today al Tbe Church ol the Risen Chritt, Taa £JJ^J^____________________________ In Loving Mamory Of BTEPHEN LEE

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a Singapore y I Turf Club E ft NOTICE ffi ft SELANGOR U il May Amateur Meeting 1986 |3 TOTALISATORS WW Eft The Bukit Timah Racecourse and mnt ftft The Town Office will be opened for betting Wm W on Thursday, lst May 1986. ffi I A gate admission fee

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HOCKEY VaaaaM Mm* (Balestier Rd, 8.30 am). SOCCEB NTL OHr t: Sembawang SC v Gilbralur (Deptford). South Avenue v Changi Utd (Jin Besar); Div S: SCC Padang v Jin Sultan (Jin Besar). Bedok Youth v Cairnhill FC (St Wilfrid's) aU at 4.45 pm. SQI ASH Mil* Premier Leagae Mm: Safra

Norway coalition falls after losing petrol tax vote [ARTICLE]

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Norway coalition falls after losing petrol tax vote OSLO Prime Minister Kaare Willoch's coalition government collapsed yesterday after losing a vote of confidence he had demanded from Parliament. It was the first Norwegian government to lose power outside of an election in 23 years. After a 13-hour debate in the

Farmers' protest [ARTICLE]

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Farmers' protest WELLINGTON Thousands of angry New Zealand farmers marched on Parliament yesterday to protest against the Labour government's economic policies, which they claim are crippling the farming industry. Banner-carrying farmers gathered at noon for a subdued march through the streets to Parliament to listen to speeches by farm union

Dow Jones [ARTICLE]

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Dow Jones NEW YORK The Dow Jones Average of 30 industrials fell 6.32 points to 1,819.57 in the first hour of trading on the New York Stock Exchange yesterday. AP

Singer, hubby accused of cheating head of immigration [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Singer, hubby accused of cheating head of immigration A TAIWANESE -lager, Chea Chin Pel, sad her ksshaad, Tsa IW Nee aHas William, arete Matty charged yesterday wtth cheating Ihe Cemptreller sf ln_i__mtfsa whea spplylag f er sa eatry perIt Is alleged that Taa, whs Is a Stagaaereaa, aad Chea had

What it should have been [ARTICLE]

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What it should have been IN YESTERDAY'S story headlined "More than 180 ask for second flats under new ruling", it was reported that flat owners have applied to buy a second home "within 18 months of being allocated the first flat". It should have read "...after 18 months of being

East coast site for new private hospital [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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East coast site for new private hospital AGNES WEE It will be the biggest in Singapore with 400 beds mw EAST coast residents are to get a new private hospital in their neighbourhood in about four years. It will be located in Upper East Coast Road, a short distance from

More Japanese firms eyeing Singapore as production base [ARTICLE]

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More Japanese firms eyeing Singapore as production base S. KUMAR Rising yen making Japan-made goods dearer by•»■ MORE Japanese companies, affected by the rising yen, are eyeing Singapore as a base for their manufacturing operations. At least one of them has sent representatives to Singapore to look at facilities here.

Man survived on snow for 40 days [ARTICLE]

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Man survived on snow for 40 days TOKYO A 49-year-old man who had nothing but snow to eat survived for 40 days on Mt Fuji and was rescued by an owner of a mountain lodge on Tuesday, police said. Police said Mr Yoshitaro Suzuki, a construction worker, started to climb

Picasso work to be sold — in 500 pieces [ARTICLE]

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Picasso work to be sold in 500 pieces SYDNEY A Sydney mail-order company plans to divide a Picasso work into 500 pieces and sell them separately, The Daily Telegraph reported. The company, Subdivision Art, paid A513,000 (5520,900) for the 1959 Picasso linocut Trois Femmes, one of only 50 produced, the

US trade deficit soars to $32b [ARTICLE]

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US trade deficit soars to $32b WASHINGTON The US trade deficit Jumped 16.3 per cent in March to US$l4.5 billion (Ss32 billion) as imports of manufactured goods soared to an all-time mgh and the country suffered a record deficit with Japan. The Commerce Department yesterday said the March deficit was

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Section Two Food

Local ham gets a bigger bite [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Local ham gets a bigger bite The ham sandwich is now übiquitous fare in Singapore, from the one you can get round the corner in the HDB minimart, to the gourmet creations handmade to order in specialist delicatessens in the heart of the tourist belt. It is believed that 80

Salting: Most popular form of 'curing' meat [ARTICLE]

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Salting: Most popular form of 'curing' meat MAY HO IN THE days before refrigeration, meat was a luxury. It did not keep for very long, but through experimentation, man discovered that reducing the moisture content of the meat helped keep it. The methods used to "dry" out the meat and

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a___________T^^ i EhW 6 |*j\of e I_J| The apple of a cook's eye 2 It's the right season for choosing and cooking a fruit that c.dc*s crispness and arresting flavour to many dishes. Crime, passion, reality... 19 Rashomon's a philosophical whodunit Porridge goes posh ll Not just a poor man's

The apple of a cook's eye is an apple [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The apple of a cook's eye is an apple It's apple season again, judging from the mounds of crisp red apples piled high in our shops and markets. TAN LEE LENG gives an account of the role of the apple in history, culture and mythology, and tells us how to

Preservatives: Too much is too bad [ARTICLE]

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Preservatives: Too much is too bad Healthy Lifestyle Barbara Burlingame Nutritionist Dr Ang Kong Ee Exercise Physiologist Our health columnists examine the arguments the meat preservative controversy and suggest some ways we can protect ourselves against possible risks. NITRATES and nitrites have been used for thousands of years as meat

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Health & Fitness

Snacks — not to be taken lightly [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Snacks not to be taken lightly THE word "snack" means many things to many people. For some, it's a light meal. Others think it's what you eat between meals. Some young people think it is whatever you eat out with friends, at a picnic or while watching television. A snack

When sweating becomes a problem [ARTICLE]

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When sweating becomes a problem THE boss calls you in (or a private conference, the doctor looks grim after giving you a thorough examination, or your car has a blow-out as you race down the highway it's enough to cause most people to break into a light sweat. "It is

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Pick of Soda 2: KHEE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Pick of Soda 2: KHEE TEAMWORK: Hit: Grey drill and striped cotton boxy jacket ($79) and navy drill pants ($79). Betty Jackson cap ($59), bandana ($7), Bods T-shirt ($23) and shoes ($24.90) from Tangs. Aesthetik Vik "spanner" necklace (around wrist, $39) from Hemispheres. Hare: Brushed cotton boxy jacket ($73) and

More fizz in the making [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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More fizz in the making Though silent for almost a year, Soda has been merrily bubbling behind the scenes. JOHN de SOUZA is delightedl STEVEN LEE KHEE for Soda (on sale at Tangs from May 10) CASEY HAIRDRESSING for Soda LANCOME for Soda HEMISPHERES and TANGS fIOMMKi CLASS: Three-in-one flHfl

Get ready for the best of Issey Mikaye [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Porridge — 'poor' food that has made good [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Porridge 'poor' food that has made good Porridge is gaining greater popularity and variety in Singapore as TAN BAN HUAT discovered when he surveyed several restaurants which feature this staple prominently. THERE seems to be a renewed interest in porridge, Taiwan and Chaozhou styles, if latest events in some hotels

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Dishes fit for a gourmet [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Dishes fit for a gourmet THE proof of the pudding is in the eating and gourmet Willie Mak from Hongkong was quick to give his okay when he tasted a fried scallop topped with crab roe and broccoli. "The scallop is fresh. And the gravy is consistent, not too thick

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I] ...11.'.] DURING tke Spring aad Autumn Period (7JM7S BC), Sun Wu af Ql weat to Wu seeking to toaeb King Heia military science. The king assembled IM ef Us palace ladies awl asked Sua Wu to train them. Sou Wu selected two of tbe king's favourites as captains. "Do

Bilingual Dwibahasa

Contests to improve language proficiency [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Contests to improve language proficiency THE rain did not dampen the spirit of those present at the auditorium of the Swiss Cottage Secondary School that morning of Mar 9, 1986. They were gathered there either to participate in or to witness the poetry declamation and oratorical contests organised by the

Peraduan menguji kecekapan bahasa [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Peraduan menguji kecekapan bahasa Oleh A. RAHIM A. LATIFF HUJAN yang turun pagi itu membuatkan cuaca amat dingin, tetapi manusia yang berada di dewan besar Sekolah Menengah Swiss Cottage ketika itu tidak merasakannya. Malah mereka berasa panas dengan semangat yang mem* bara dan hati yang berdebardebar apabila bergemanya sajak sajak

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NOTICES NOTICE OF CHANGE OF ADDRESS SUN YEW ENGINEERING WORKS PTE LTD SUN ft SUN PTE LTD The above companies wish to inform all their business associates of their change in address with effect from the 30th day of April, 1986. The new address will be -4 Battery Road Unit

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IN THE MATTER OP THE COMPANIES ACT (CHAPTER 185) AND IN THE MATTER OP SYSTEM STEEL SCAFFOLDING (PTE) LTD. (IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION) MEMBERS' VOLUNTARY WINDING UP. At an Extraordinary General Meeting of the abovenamed company duly convened and held at 102, Owen Road. Singapore 0821 on the 28th day of

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MANAGER PROJECT ENGINEER Engineer needed to direct and manage large construction project in Beijing, P. R.C. immediately. Must speak Mandarin and English. Must have 7-10 years experience at managerial level. Interviews to be held on May 1-6th Submit name and resume to Classifeee *****30 (office bows) Ref: 9999 I Well

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m I IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT (CHAPTER IM) AND IN THE MATTER OF SYSTEM STORAGE SPECI AIJSTS (PTE) LTD. (IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION) MEMBERS' VOLUNTARY WINDING UP. At an Extraordinary General Meeting of the abovenamed company duly convened and held at 102, Owen Road. Singapore 0821 on the

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37 Airconditioners/ Rafrigerators AIRCONO./ REFRIGERATOR SALE. SERVICE. RESPRAY SPECIALIST 24 hours island wide service for all commercial and domestic airconds and fridges at Introductory offer free delivery charges. Pay only for workmanship and sparepart*, at cost price TEL: *****36/ *****38/ *****46 CONVENIENCE AIRCONDITIONING A REFRIGERATION CO. 38 TV/ Video/ Hl-Fi

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56 Industrial 56 Industrial Equipment/ Supplias Equipment/ Supplies >^^^^ ■^EQUIPMENT AUCTION I Sale Date .May 7th 1986 I wm Time :10.30 am I Viewing May 6th (o/hrs) H I*l st Location :4, Third Chin Bee RdH I Jurong Town H fl 2nd Location: 7 Pioneer Lane. H I Jurong Town

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64 ?SS!U!f H# P M Domestic Help Available Aveilable FIU $22 $2?0 SBI LAHkAN $180 INDONESIAN J2OO ,SMO <»*» ($770) ($lB5Ol Above 'Complete placement tee includes Airfare S5OOO Security Bond SIOOOOPA Visa^ Medical tKaminalion Process Complete Documentation YOU PAY NOTHING MORE. Replacement Guarantee 2 Years Contract UNIFORM PROVIDED Uur ser

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72 Situationa Vacant: Technical WW DOMMMA SETUP TECHNICIAN (MALE) Qualifications: Craftman Certificate from an EDB Training Centre in precision mechanics or machining. Experience: 3-4 years working experience as a setup technician in a precision machining environment. e Completed NS or exemptad. Willing to work 2 rotating shifts. Interested applicants are

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89 For Sala: Datsun/Nissan OATSUN 100A JUNE 79. cassette ainon good cond $9,500 Tel 7471W89 EK 120V. 2ND owner Tuff Kote. exrellent engine 63.000 km $9,500 0 ti o *****70 Henry ENO 1952 NISSAN Pulsar 2 owners, good condition Price negotiable fall after 9am tel *****32 JAN 85 NISSAN March

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89 For Sale: Datsun/Nissan 83 NISSAN SUNNY I i id to cassette excellent cond no *****47 '03. SUNNV 1.3 (il (assette. s nniv central lack, power vtaI owner SIH.OOO f>«<«>88? 84 SUNNV 1.3, I spied I owner Full accessories $20. 000 Kxhanac B Hl' NMM Geylang 90 For Sale: Toyota

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91 For Sale: Mitsubishi 80 SIGMA Big bumper Tax new i'assed inspection Aircond I rims Good cond $10,950 on o Tel *****96 Pager *****48 82 MITSUBISHI LANCER 1400 81. 5 speed l owner, ain on radio/ i assette expensive sport rim $1. -1.000 *****38 $3, MITSUBISHI TREDIA 1400 PARK I