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The Straits Times, 18 August 1986

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The Straits Times Estd. 1845 MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1986 50 CENTS M.C. (P) No. 188/12/85 I

Why Government intervenes [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Why Government intervenes I am accused often of interfering in the private lives of citizens. Yes, if I did not, had I not done that, we wouldn't be here today. By Our Political Desk Everybody thought Sat- urday last week was a great success. What made it possible? Because after

$30,000 in CPF must be set aside for retirement [ARTICLE]

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$30,000 in CPF must be set aside for retirement THE MINIMUM sum of Central Provident Fund savings to be set aside for retirement is to be $30,000, to which the value of the house owned will count, Mr Lee Kuan Yew said last night. A sum from this amount can

Better ties [ARTICLE]

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Better ties BANGKOK Laos and Zimbabwe have established diplomatic relations at ambassadorial level, the official Laotian news agency KPL has said. AP

PM wants unit labour cost held [ARTICLE]

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PM wants unit labour cost held THE PRIME MINISTER (above) using a chart on screen to show how high Singapore's labour costs have become. He urged Singaporeans to keep the unit labour cost (ULC) from rising further and to look for niches in the world that our businessmen can exploit.

60 feared killed as rebels shoot down plane [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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60 feared killed as rebels shoot down plane KHARTOUM About 60 passengers and crew were feared killed when a Sudanair Fokker Friendship was shot down by guerillas near the south Sudanese town of Malakal, the official Sudanese news agency (Suna) reported yesterday. It said the plane carried 57 passengers, including

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Inside Summary 2 World News 3-5 Asean 6 Causeway 7 Comment/ Perspective 12,13 Letters 14 TimesDollar 15-18 Racing 19 Sports 21,21

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Home [ARTICLE]

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Home Haze worsens THE HAZE over the east and west coast areas of Singapore worsened yesterday, especially in the morning. The Meteorological Service said the haze was caused by an increase in the amount of particles in the air because of the lack of rain. Weekend fires in Malaysia could

Comment [ARTICLE]

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Comment THE STRAITS TIMES SAYS: THE FIVE PATIENTS who went through the ordeal of receiving a permanent artificial heart have experienced more suffering than anything else. Which suggests that future implantations can only be Justified when the current design deficiences have been corrected. And that, as far as possible, the

Around the world [ARTICLE]

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Around the world Report on Mafia A SICILIAN judicial inquiry into the Mafia has revealed that the underworld crime organisation was twice asked to support coup plots in the *****. One of the plots was alleged to have been hatched by Sicilian financier Michele Sindona. The 1,400-page inquiry report, published

Timesport [ARTICLE]

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Timesport Malek may join FT SINGAPORE SOCCER SKIPPER Malek Awab has finalised plans to join Federal Territory after this month's Merlion Cup competition. The midfielder has applied for an official release from the Football Association of Singapore to move to Kuala Lumpur to start his career with FT. Steven Tan,

Section Two [ARTICLE]

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Section Two Relaxed air at festival THE TWO-WEEK Kuala Lumpur Arts Festival, which ended recently, had a village theatre flavour, epitomised by the 45-member Balinese troupe, Dewa Kosala Rakta. This village troupe gave the most number of performances and, therefore, formed the core or backbone of the festival around which

Timesdollar [ARTICLE]

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Timesdollar NEW RULES TO ENSURE SOUND FINANCIAL SYSTEM THE SECURITIES Industry Act 1986 and the Futures Trading Act 1986 and the regulations for their administration came into force last Friday. The new regulations spell out the rules that broking firms and futures traders have to comply with to ensure a

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

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Around Asean... and Across the Causeway Oath at gun-point A PRESIDENTIAL COMMITTEE probing the failed July 6 coup attempt by supporters of deposed President Ferdinand Marcos has learned that his ally, Arturo Tolentino, took the oath as Acting President under threat of a gun. This seemed to lend credibility to

Forum [ARTICLE]

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Forum FLATS FOR LONG-TERM STAY THE HOUSING BOARD reiterates to four readers who had commented on its decision not to buy back HUDC flats that it is, under the lease agreement, not obligated to buy them back. It says HUDC flats are meant as long-term accommodation for those who cannot

Buyers'Guide [ARTICLE]

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Lankan 'boat people' say sorry for lying [ARTICLE]

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Lankan 'boat people' say sorry for lying We were desperate and under severe pressure, they explain MONTREAL THE Sri Lankan refugees found drifting off the Canadian coast this week have admitted they started their voyage in West Germany and apologised for lying. The refugees first told Canadian officials they came

Five die in climbing second highest peak [ARTICLE]

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Five die in climbing second highest peak ISLAMABAD FIVE members of a European climbing expedition died after reaching the summit of Pakistan's K-2, the world's second highest mountain, diplomats said yesterday. They said British climber Julie Tullis froze to death in her tent three days after a heavy snowstorm trapped

Workers seize Australia's largest oil and gas rig [ARTICLE]

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Workers seize Australia's largest oil and gas rig PERTH More than 300 workers seized control of Australia's largest oil and gas rig off the Western Australian coast on Saturday after being fired by their employer and have refused to leave the platform, police said. The workers, aboard the North Rank

Beijing Mayor arrives in Moscow for visit [ARTICLE]

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Beijing Mayor arrives in Moscow for visit MOSCOW Beijing Mayor Chen Xitong arrived yesterday for a previously unannounced visit, at a time of attempted rapprochement by China and the Soviet Union. Mr Chen, accompanied by a delegation, had been invited by the Moscow City Soviet, Tass said. Meanwhile, the staff

2 killed as plane makes 'house-call' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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2 killed as plane makes 'house-call' THE residents of these two houses in the town of West Mifflin, in Pennsylvania, had a close call when a single-engined Piper Malibo plane brushed the roof of one of the houses and crashed, bursting into a ball of flame on Friday. Two people,

Cartoonist's view of China's leaders heralds reforms [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Cartoonist's view of China's leaders heralds reforms BEIJING Cartoons of China's two leaders have appeared in a major newspaper in an unprecedented display of artistic freedom. The Shanghai paper, Liberation Daily, ran caricatures of Deng Xiaoping, a noted bridge player, playing cards and Communist Party general-secre-tary Hu Yaobang as a

The new craze that's walking tall [ARTICLE]

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The new craze that's walking tall WASHINGTON Walk, don't run, is the message from many fitness experts and America is listening. Tracks, sidewalks and even shopping malls are now trekked by a growing pack of hoofers who don't like running's intensity or injuries. "Walking is going to be to the

Indochina trio 'seeking stronger ties' [ARTICLE]

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Indochina trio 'seeking stronger ties' BANGKOK Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia are studying ways of strengthening their relationship, Vietnamese Foreign Minister Nguyen Co Thach told a conference in Hanoi yesterday. He made the remark at the 13th half-yearly conference of foreign ministers of the three countries, which opened amid signs of

Benazir's arrest sparks new rioting in Pakistan [ARTICLE]

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Benazir's arrest sparks new rioting in Pakistan KARACHI Anti-govern-ment rioters clashed with police yesterday on the eve of a nationwide campaign by opposition parties in protest against the arrest of their leaders, including Benazir Bhutto. Riot police fired shotguns and tear gas at hundreds of youths who pelted them with

Meeting on trade strategy [ARTICLE]

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Meeting on trade strategy CAIRO Finance and foreign ministers from more than 120 Third World countries meet in Cairo today to map out a strategy for economic and trade co-op-eration. Relations with the richer, industrialised nations, and how to tackle a growing debt problem because of falling raw material prices

Mafia asked to back two coup plots — report [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Mafia asked to back two coup plots report PALERMO (Sicily) A judicial inquiry into the Mafia has revealed that the underworld crime organisation was twice asked to support coup plots in the *****. One of the plots was alleged to have been hatched by Sicilian financier Michele Sindona. The 1,400-page

For my 110th birthday, I'd like... [ARTICLE]

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For my 110th birthday, I'd like... LONDON -A Yorkshire widow celebrated her 199th birthday on Saturday by taking her first flight a trip on the supersonic airliner, Concorde, over the Bay of Biscay. But thrilled as she was, Mrs Charlotte Hughes said after the flight: "Next year, when it's my

It's up the down staircase in this house [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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It's up the down staircase in this house THIS House, resting on its roof, is not a victim of a cyclone or hurricane. It was deliberately built in such a way. Sited in Finland's latest amusement park, called Tykkimaki, It is already doing what It's architect meant it to do

Soviet satellite hits the deck [ARTICLE]

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Soviet satellite hits the deck WASHINGTON A large recently-launched Soviet satellite that went out of control in space plunged into the southern Indian Ocean on Saturday night, a spokesman for the American Space Command said. US Defence Department officials said on Friday the satellite was launched on July 30 by

Concert for Chernobyl [ARTICLE]

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Concert for Chernobyl MOSCOW Soviet pianist Svyatoslav Richter has' donated the proceeds from a concert to the victims of the Chernobyl nuclear accident, the official news agency Tass reported on Saturday. It said the recital took place in Gorky at the start of a tour of Soviet cities. Tass did

Arms found [ARTICLE]

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Arms found SANTIAGO Security forces found 648 automatic rifles, 73 Soviet-made rocket launchers, 1,942 grenades and cartons of explosives in an abandoned mine, officials reported on Saturday. It was the fifth guerilla arsenal to be discovered in the past nine days. AP

Drastic cut in aid means millions may starve in Africa [ARTICLE]

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Drastic cut in aid means millions may starve in Africa UNITED NATIONS A drastic drop in private and government contributions to emergency relief programmes is threatening millions of Africans with starvation. Officials at the United Nations Children's Fund, Save The Children, World Vision and other organisations said the drop could

Queen Mother out of hospital [ARTICLE]

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Queen Mother out of hospital ABERDEEN Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, who was warded in hospital on Friday for observation of a minor throat problem, was discharged on Saturday. She was reported to be continuing with her Scottish holiday. The 86-year-old mother of Queen Elizabeth was flown to Aberdeen for

Politburo halts $86b project to divert two rivers [ARTICLE]

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Politburo halts $86b project to divert two rivers MOSCOW The Politburo has ordered a halt to a US$4O billion (5586.4 billion) project to divert Arc-tic-bound northern rivers to the arid south, a project that scientists warned could create an ecological nightmare. The idea, conceived more than a decade ago, had

Moscow stockpiling biological weapons — US [ARTICLE]

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Moscow stockpiling biological weapons US WASHINGTON A senior American defence official has charged that the Soviet Union is stockpiling biological weapons in defiance of a 14-year-old international treaty. Mr Douglas Feith, deputy assistant secretary of defence for negotiations policy, said in written testimony for a House of Representatives intelligence sub-committee

Reagan attacks House for cuts in Star Wars [ARTICLE]

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Reagan attacks House for cuts in Star Wars WASHINGTON The House of Representatives is conducting a "reckless assault" on national defence, President Ronald Reagan said on Saturday. And he threatened to veto the military budget Bill if Congress did not restore what it had cut from advanced weapons programmes. In

Slow down on SDI, ex-officials tell Reagan [ARTICLE]

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Slow down on SDI, ex-officials tell Reagan WASHINGTON Five leading figures from the Nixon, Ford and Carter administrations have appealed to Mr Reagan to slow down his Star Wars programme and show moderation in his defence policies, the New York Times and Washington Post reported yesterday. Former defence secretaries Melvin

Balloon flyers set record [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Balloon flyers set record HOT-AIR balloon enthusiasts were oat in force in Bristol, England on Saturday for the start of the annual Bristol Balloon Fiesta. A crowd of several hundred onlookers watched as one by one, the inflated balloons took to the air. A record total of If! balloons made

Baby of brain-dead woman dies [ARTICLE]

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Baby of brain-dead woman dies AUGUSTA A baby born 15 weeks premature to a brain-dead woman has died after 32 hours of life. The infant's mother, Donna Piazzi, 25, had been in a coma since being found in June in a toilet unconscious from a drug overdose. She became the

Go-ahead for drastic cuts to US tax rates [ARTICLE]

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Go-ahead for drastic cuts to US tax rates WASHINGTON House of Representatives and Senate negotiators have approved a Bill that would make the most radical changes in the tax code since World War n, drastically cutting rates and shifting about US$l2O billion (*****.40 billion) in taxes from individuals to businesses

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Loan payment for N-plant to be discussed [ARTICLE]

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Loan payment for N-plant to be discussed MANILA Philippine officials acompanying President Corazon Aquino on her official visit to Washington on Sept 15 will hold talks with the United States Eximbank and other bankers over payment of the loan for the scrapped US$2.2 billion (about 554.6 billion) nuclear plant. Presidential

Auction of Marcos' belongings nets $1m [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Auction of Marcos' belongings nets $1m SOME of the items from the opulent New York townhoose of former President Ferdinand Marcos being examined by prospective buyers at the Viscount Hotel in Queens, New York on Friday. The items, including the painting of Mr Marcos in full state attire which was

Where students go nuts over football... [ARTICLE]

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Where students go nuts over football JAKARTA Even Argentine superstar Diego Maradona might balk at playing soccer in West Java, where in one village a burning coconut is kicked with bare feet. The coconut is soaked in kerosene for two weeks and the game played at night, usually in a

5,000 attend Jakarta's N-Day rally [ARTICLE]

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5,000 attend Jakarta's N-Day rally JAKARTA A flag-raising ceremony attended by more than 5,000 people highlighted the celebration of the 41st anniversary of Indonesia's independence yesterday. The 90-minute ceremony presided over by President Suharto at Istana Merdeka was attended by 1,000 members of the four wings of the armed forces

Munitions stockpile: No snags, say Thais [ARTICLE]

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Munitions stockpile: No snags, say Thais BANGKOK Thai Armed Forces Supreme Commander General Arthit-Kamlang-Ek has denied^ reports that talks on setting up a stockpile of American munitions in Thailand have hit a snag over finances, the Bangkok Post newspaper said here yesterday. The Post quoted Gen Arthit as saying Thailand

Tolentino 'took his oath under gun threat' [ARTICLE]

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Tolentino 'took his oath under gun threat' ABBY TAN By Manila Correspondent MANILA A presidential committee investigating the failed July 6 coup attempt by supporters of deposed President Ferdinand Marcos has learned that his ally, Arturo Tolentino, took the oath as Acting President under threat of a gun. This seemed

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UNIVERSITY OF LONDON^EEE =ZT BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (ECONOMICS) ~ZZZ IN MANAGEMENT STUDIES "5S r The Singapore Institute of Management will conduct the Bachelor of Science Economics) in Management Studies external degree programme offered by the University of London. The first intake, on a full-time basis, is scheduled in November 1986.

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Hospital staff shocked as lunatic flings baby girl [ARTICLE]

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Hospital staff shocked as lunatic flings baby girl ALOR STAR Hospital staff watched in horror yesterday as a lunatic broke into the children's ward of the general hospital and snatched an infant from the incubator and flung it to its death. The premature baby was born 12 days ago to

Workers to move out for checks to be made on fire damage [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Workers to move out for checks to be made on fire damage KUALA LUMPUR More than 1,000 government employees will play it safe and move out of Wisma Keramat, where the top three floors were razed on Friday. After inspecting the 17--storey building on Saturday, Land and Regional Development Minister

MCA: Three reasons for poor polls showing [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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MCA: Three reasons for poor polls showing KUALA LUMPUR A post-mortem by the Malaysaian Chinese Association (MCA) into its poor performance, especially in the urban areas, in the recent general election has spotted three causes. MCA secretary-general Datuk Lee Kim Sai has listed them as follows: First, frustration over the

Joint council may be revived [ARTICLE]

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Joint council may be revived KUALA LUMPUR THE Malaysian Chinese Association and the Gerakan could revive their joint council. MCA secretary-general Datuk Lee Kim Sai said on Saturday that the council should be started afresh. Gerakan secretarygeneral Kerk Choo Ting sent a letter to Datuk Lee in May requesting that

PAS too ambitious, says Mahathir [ARTICLE]

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PAS too ambitious, says Mahathir ALOR STAR Parti Islam's (PAS) failure in the recent general election was caused by its over ambitious aim of wanting to rule the country, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad said yesterday. He said if PAS had aimed at becoming a strong opposition, it

Govt's three-pronged approach to boost low-cost housing [ARTICLE]

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Govt's three-pronged approach to boost low-cost housing KUALA LUMPUR The Government has adopted a three-pronged approach involving the active participation of state governments, banks and the Employees' Provident Fund (EPF) to ensure the success of its special lowcost housing programme. Under the approach, which is also expected to provide the

Pahang council [ARTICLE]

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Pahang council KUANTAN The new Pahang State Executive Council is expected to be named today. Pahang Mentri Besar Datuk Khalil Yaakob will have an audience with the Sultan of Pahang at Istana Abu Bakar in Pekan today to seek royal assent for the proposed list of state executive councillors. Bernama

Singaporeans held for hell-riding in Johor [ARTICLE]

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Singaporeans held for hell-riding in Johor JOHOR BARU Police detained 40 motorcyclists, including Singaporeans, in Jalan Tampoi on Saturday night for racing on a public road. About half of them were fined while the others received warnings during a lVi operation from 11 pm, a police spokesman said yesterday. He

Lucky escape for 20 train passengers [ARTICLE]

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Lucky escape for 20 train passengers SEREMBAN About 20 passengers in an air-condi-tioned coach on the Singa-pore-bound Express Sinaran had a narrow escape when their coach was derailed near Rahang about 2 km from here on Saturday. Most of the passengers in the coach suffered shock when it went rocking

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More graduate men marrying graduate women [ARTICLE]

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More graduate men marrying graduate women The Prime Minister speaks at the National Day Rally They are rational thinking men, PM says of these male graduates Marriages under Women's Charter No of of graduate graduate grooms who married bridegrooms graduate brides From 37% in '83 to 49% in first half

Teach young traditional Asian values [ARTICLE]

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Teach young traditional Asian values PRIME Minister Lee Kuan Yew last night called on parents and schools to teach the young traditional Asian values which could help preserve the Singaporean spirit to forge ahead in life. Speaking in Mandarin at the National Day Rally, he said Confucian ethics had therefore

Education helped Malays to avoid brunt of job loss [ARTICLE]

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Education helped Malays to avoid brunt of job loss THE Malay community has managed to avoid bearing the brunt of unemployment caused by the recession because of an increase in the number of Malay skilled and semiskilled workers, the Prime Minister said in Malay. He said he was worried that

Younger leaders measure up well [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Younger leaders measure up well LESLIE FONG JOHN TAN IRENE NGOO OSMAN LEONG WENG KAM Their style is different but Stories by and Getting rid of the great divide 6 Our biggest success has been in obliterating or nearly obliterating the divide between the Chinese educated and the English educated.

Haze gets worse in several areas [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Haze gets worse in several areas It's so bad some residents can't see the next block THE haze over several areas of Singapore worsened yesterday, especially in the morning, giving a gloomy touch to an otherwise sunny Sunday. Visibility was poor, with many tall buildings and highrise flats lost in

Colourful way to get a message across [ARTICLE]

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Colourful way to get a message across A MESSAGE came through in colour for more than 1,500 children at an on-the-spot colouring contest in Tampines New Town yesterday. The children had to touch up a black-and-white poster outline with coloured pencils and crayons. And as they did so, on came

Jewellers head for Australia to tap market [ARTICLE]

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Jewellers head for Australia to tap market SINGAPORE'S jewellers want a foot in the door of the multi-million-dollar Australian jewellery market and have sent a trade mission there to achieve their aim. Nine Singapore jewellery companies led by the Trade Developoment Board will visit Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne from today

Fall from Lucky Plaza [ARTICLE]

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Fall from Lucky Plaza A FILIPINA was taken to hospital with serious injuries after she was found lying unconscious along the pavement outside Lucky Plaza in Orchard Road last night. The woman, who was not immediately identified, was believed to have fallen from a higher floor of the shopping centre

Fire council [ARTICLE]

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Fire council THE Home Affairs Minister and Second Minister for Law, Professor S. Jayakumar, will launch the National Fire Prevention Council at Mandarin Hotel at 11 am tomorrow.

Constituencies can apply for exemption from killer-litter law [ARTICLE]

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Constituencies can apply for exemption from killer-litter law RESIDENTS of any constituency including grassroots leaders and the Member of Parliament who object to an impending law allowing the HDB to repossess flats of people who throw killer litter have an option. The MP can write to National Development Minister Teh

Chok Tong scotches rumours of by-elections [ARTICLE]

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Chok Tong scotches rumours of by-elections DON'T listen to rumours spread by opposition parties about the PAP calling a series of by-elec-tions before the end of the year, the First Deputy Prime Minister said yesterday. "By-elections are not declared by opposition MPs," said Mr Goh Chok Tong. Although he did

Global peace run needs 38 joggers [ARTICLE]

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Global peace run needs 38 joggers THE search is on for 38 people to take part in the First Earth Run, which will cover 39 nations and pass through Singapore in November. Instead of a baton, the runners will carry a replica of the Olympic torch used in the 1984

Walkathon with a difference [ARTICLE]

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Walkathon with a difference A MINISTER went for a walk yesterday, flanked by a gorilla, a dog, a seahorse and several witches. The Acting Minister for Community Development, Mr Wong Kan Seng, was unperturbed as he walked on. For it was a fancy-dress walkathon and they were trudging on for

Police hotline [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Police hotline Police seek kin of dead men IUIIIHIIIIMIIIi* POLICE are seeking the relatives of a pedestrian who died in hospital after being hit by a car along Nicoll Highway on Aug 7 at 11.20 am. The victim, a Chinese aged about 65 and about 1.62m tall, had white hair

Fire damages house [ARTICLE]

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Fire damages house FIRE badly damaged a two-storey house in Glasgow Road, near Yio Chu Kang Road, yesterday. Police said the fire started in one of the three rooms on the upper floor after a short circuit at about 10.45 am. Firemen put out the blaze 20 minutes later. A

Experts warn of further damage to chapel windows [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Experts warn of further damage to chapel windows ILENE ALESHIRE Remove them immediately, say stained-glass specialists By ABOUT $3 million worth of stainedglass windows at the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus chapel need to be removed immediately, according to two stained-glass companies. They said the already fragile windows have

How restoration work could be carried out [ARTICLE]

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How restoration work could be carried out THE glass panels of the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus chapel dates from the end of the 19th or beginning of the 20th Century, when interest in basic techniques of making stained glass was undergoing a revival. Stained-glass windows are made with

Body-in-boot trader had planned to go on HK trip [ARTICLE]

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Body-in-boot trader had planned to go on HK trip A WATCH trader who was found murdered in the boot of his car on Saturday at Changi Airport had planned to go to Hongkong, his sister said yesterday. The sister, identified only as Madam Kwok, 37, said Mr Kwok Wai Leong,

Seminar on job health [ARTICLE]

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Seminar on job health THE Senior Parliamentary Secretary (Labour and Environment), Mr Eugene Yap, will open a World Health Organisation regional seminar on occupational health services at the Novotel Orchid Inn in Dunearn Road at 9.30 am today. Delegates from 12 countries are taking part in the four-day seminar.

Five-nation naval op starts on Wednesday [ARTICLE]

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Five-nation naval op starts on Wednesday A SUBMARINE will be among 26 naval vessels taking part in a coming exercise in the South China Sea. Exercise Starfish is a 10-day exercise involving the navies of Singapore, Malaysia, Britain, New Zealand and Australia under the Five Power Defence Arrangement. To be

A slice of tradition [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A slice of tradition Embassy marks Jakarta's 41st year of independence INDONESIAN Ambassador Bais Abin slices off the top of a cone-shaped pile of yellow rice while his wife, Dewi, (on his left) and some staff members of the Indonesian embassy look on. This traditional Javanese gesture was performed yesterday

Jay a leads the way in jog to raise funds for Sana [ARTICLE]

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Jay a leads the way in jog to raise funds for Sana HOME Affairs Minister Professor S. Jayakumar and officers of the ministry's various departments took part in a fund-raising jog for the Singapore Anti-Narcotics Association yesterday. Prof Jayakumar, who is also Second Law Minister, led the 45-minute jog which

Private sector co-operating in research [ARTICLE]

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Private sector co-operating in research PRIVATE firms are tying up with public organisations and the National University of Singapore to carry out joint research and development projects. The 1984/85 annual report of the Science Council issued recently said the private sector was involved in 11 of the 14 new projects

Book to be launched [ARTICLE]

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Book to be launched TAIWANESE writer Professor Chang Shi Kuo will launch Chess King, an English translation of his Chinese science-fiction work, at the Regional English Language Centre auditorium on Wednesday at 6.30 pm. A forum on creative and science-fiction writing will be held at 8 pm. Joining Prof Chang

WP 'not out to destroy basic tenets' [ARTICLE]

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WP 'not out to destroy basic tenets' That 'bring system down' statement MR J. B. Jeyaretnam yesterday said he and the Workers' Party are not out to destroy the basic foundations of society in Singapore. Responding to criticisms of his recent "bring down the system" statement, he said his party

'Almost all benefited from system' [ARTICLE]

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'Almost all benefited from system' ALMOST all Singaporeans have benefited from the country's political, social and economic systems which have been built and refined over the past 25 years. The MP for Radln Mas, Mr Cling Hee Kok, said yesterday that the total system had provided jobs and boosing for

Shipping firm loses $10,000 to thieves [ARTICLE]

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Shipping firm loses $10,000 to thieves THIEVES broke into a shipping company in Enggor Street last week and took $10,000 from the safe. Miss Linda Chew, 26, a secretary with Lim and Sons in Union Building, found the front door to the office forced open when she arrived for work

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Heart of the matter [ARTICLE]

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Heart of the matter THE death of the last of five people who received permanent implants of an artificial heart calls for a re-examination of the desirability of using such a device. There is now conclusive proof that the Jarvik heart falls far short of being a viable replacement. Though

COMMENT/ Perspective

Israel and Jordan: A new basis of understanding [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Israel and Jordan: A new basis of understanding IAN BLACK By JERUSALEM In a drab little office, somewhere in the sprawling Ministry of Defence compound in the centre of Tel Aviv, there sits an affable Israeli colonel whose job it is to advise his superiors on policy towards the Palestinians

Regional comment

Time to get back to work [ARTICLE]

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Time to get back to work Editorial, headlined Continuity and change, published in the New Straits Times on Aug 12. THE dust of elections has settled; whether or not this is the last that will be heard of the trends which made themselves apparent over the past few months is

Towards closer co-operation [ARTICLE]

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Towards closer co-operation Editorial, headlined Bilateral maturity, published in The Jakarta Post on Aug 7. SINGAPORE'S National Day on Aug 9 serves as a poignant reminder of the many achievements of that hard-working Island republic whose strong leadership is leading that country towards realising its daring vision of the future.

Soviet computer industry plodding behind that of the West [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Soviet computer industry plodding behind that of the West WILLIAM MCHENRY By IN THE advanced Western societies, the spectrum of computer applications is enormous. It runs from manufacturing to office work, across the whole range of military systems, to education and consumer and entertainment products. These enormous markets provide sufficient

Venice disciplines young backpackers and woos wealthy American tourists [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Venice disciplines young backpackers and woos wealthy American tourists ROBERTO SURO By 4 Although Americans normally make up only about 20 per cent of the tourists here, they account for about half the money spent by visitors because they stay in top hotels, eat in expensive restaurants and buy costly

Personal computers for US military academies [ARTICLE]

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Personal computers for US military academies JAMES FERON By WEST POINT, New York When the 1,200 West Point plebes arrive this week from summer training to begin classroom work, they will find personal computers on their desks, part of a technological revolution sweeping the military academies. As the computers are

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Salesmen's club is working to enhance contribution [LETTER]

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Salesmen's club is working to enhance contribution I REFER to the letter "Set up association to keep salesmen in line" (ST, Aug 2) and share the writer's opinion concerning the significance of greater professionalism among salesmen. Sales professionals play a major role in contributing to the quality of life and

SBS reply

Most of the things found on buses returned to owners [LETTER]

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Most of the things found on buses returned to owners WE refer to the letter "How are items found on buses returned?" from "Curious". (ST, July 7). We would like to thank the writer for kindly handing in a wallet he had found on a Service 231 bus on June

Moluccans are proud to be Indonesians [LETTER]

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Moluccans are proud to be Indonesians YOUR report on the Moluccan separatist movement (ST, July 26) has drawn my interest but also my concern as an Indonesian reader. The report may leave an impression in the reader's mind of a situation comparable to that in Sri Lanka or in Punjab,

Finance firm interest rates too high [LETTER]

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Finance firm interest rates too high THE report "Credit POSB home loans now cheaper" (ST, Aug 12) said it had captured about 30 per cent of the home-loan market and that most of the growth was at the expense of finance houses. I am not surprised this has come about

Toto prizes too small [LETTER]

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Toto prizes too small SINGAPORE Pools Pte Ltd should realise that the prizes it offers for the Toto draw are too small. Moreover, it is not easy to win the lowest prize. I am sure it can raise the value of its prizes. DISILLUSIONED Singapore 1232

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HDB's role is to provide flats for long-term stay [LETTER]

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HDB's role is to provide flats for long-term stay PLEASE refer to the letters by four of your readers (ST, July 19), who commented that they were penalised by the Housing Board on the resale of HUDC flats. One of the writers also suggested that the HDB relax the rule

Questions on minimum CPF sum proposal [LETTER]

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Questions on minimum CPF sum proposal IT HAS been said that the rationale for the minimum CPF sum proposal (the withholding of $36,000 or $48,000 in our accounts) is that it will benefit the minority of Singaporeans who are unable to hold on to whatever savings they have, either during

Residents can opt for free scheme [LETTER]

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Residents can opt for free scheme PLEASE refer to the letter "Try out scheme in Marine Parade" by "Marine Parade Resident" (ST, July 28), who suggested that the Housing Board include Marine Parade or Bedok in its free-parking trial to find out if it would be "feasible and beneficial" as

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Happenings [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Happenings ANTHONY HOE By, Hotels still struggling to fill rooms Source: Economic Survey of Singapore

This week [ARTICLE]

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This week Aug 18: The Management Development Institute of Singapore will hold a one-day workshop on "Business Commercial Law" to give participants an understanding of the principles of Singapore commercial and business law. The workshop, led by Miss Catherine Tay Swee Kian, a lecturer at the National University of Singapore,

Appoinments [ARTICLE]

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Appoinments 6 The group has adopted a posture of remaining Mean and hungry' whilst the excesses of the past five boom-years are curtailed. Promet Bhd's chief executive Brian Chang commenting on his company. THE Dynasty Singapore has appointed Mr Ernst Hnber Director of Food and Beverage. Mr Huber will be

Short stops

Shipping group restructures [ARTICLE]

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Shipping group restructures HONGKONG The Tung shipping group will shortly issue revised restructuring plans for its US$2.6 billion (555.6 billion) of debt in a bid to quell dissatisfaction from some of its more than 150 creditors, sources close to the restructuring said. Details of the revised proposals were not made

Seoul reports surplus [ARTICLE]

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Seoul reports surplus SEOUL South Korea had a US$l billion (552.16 billion) international balance of payments surplus as of end-July, the government Economic Planning Board reported on Saturday. The country suffered a US$lO3 billion deficit last year. Improved commodity exports was one reason for the improved picture, totalling US$l9.3 billion

Peking Jeep starts up [ARTICLE]

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Peking Jeep starts up HONGKONG Peking Jeep Corp is to resume production today after a two-month stoppage for lack of foreign exchange, the Xinhua News Agency reported on Saturday. The plant, a major US$5l million (Ssllo million) Sino- American joint venture project, is to begin exporting vehicles by the end

Rolls engines for BA fleet [ARTICLE]

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Rolls engines for BA fleet LONDON State-owned Rolls Royce Ltd said it won an order worth K6OO million (Ssl.9 billion) to supply engines for British Airways" new fleet of advanced Boeing 747-400 jetliners. Delivery is to occur between spring 1989 and December 1990. The company also won an option to

ICI to raise cash [ARTICLE]

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ICI to raise cash LONDON Imperial Chemical Industries Pic plans to raise cash in capital markets to pay for its US$5BO million (551.25 billion) takeover of SCM Corp from Hanson Trust Pic, ICl's chairman-elect Denys Henderson said. The takeover is due to be completed by October. The acquisition will turn'

Taiwan to tap US funds [ARTICLE]

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Taiwan to tap US funds TAIPEI The China Securities Investment Trust Corp is to raise a US$25 million fund in the United States for local security investment, a financial source said o Saturday. The state-run Central Trust of China would serve as custodian of the fund to be collected through

New rules spell out prudence for stockbrokers [ARTICLE]

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New rules spell out prudence for stockbrokers CONRAD RAJ Acts now in force ensure sound financial system By THE Securities Industry Act 1986 and the Futures Trading Act 1986 and the regulations for their administration came into force last Friday. The new regulations spell out the rules that broking firms

Latest UIC move results in a windfall [ARTICLE]

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Latest UIC move results in a windfall DOREEN SOH By UNITED Industrial Corporation has sold the last of its US office buildings for a windfall profit. It has also polled out of a hotel venture in China. However, the chemical, trading, hotel and property group which has been the news

More Pahang directors quit [ARTICLE]

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More Pahang directors quit Tin mining company Pahang Investments, suspended from trading on the stock market since last October, has announced the resignation of three directors in what appears to be another boardroom reshuffle. Chairman Datuk Nik Hussain bin Nik Ali, who was appointed in 1984 following an earlier spate

Berjaya Corp gets green light [ARTICLE]

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Berjaya Corp gets green light BERJAYA Corporation Bhd's shareholders have approved its acquisition of a 22.06 per cent stake in Palmco Holdings Bhd and the company will seek representation on the Palmco board. "We will be requesting one or two seats on Palmco's board," Berjaya chairman Datuk Sulaiman Mohamed Amin

Industry now much healthier [ARTICLE]

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Industry now much healthier THE stockbroking industry appears to be In a much healthier position now than nine months ago. The present 29 members of the Stock Exchange of Singapore owed $641 million to their bankers at the end of last month, compared to the $1.96 billion owed by the

Jeweller invests in biotech [ARTICLE]

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Jeweller invests in biotech GRACE CHNG By LARRY Jewellery which has been diversifying its business over the past five years has entered a most unlikely field in its latest move. The company's director and general manager Charles Chan and his brother Larry have invested over $2 million in a project

Retail prices up [ARTICLE]

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Retail prices up LONDON Retail prices in Britain rose 2.4 per cent in the 12 months to the end of July, the lowest annual inflation rate the country has seen since 1967, official statistics disclosed here *>n Friday. Prices fell 0.3 per cent in July, reflecting cheaper food and fuel,

Company news The week that was

Final Results [ARTICLE]

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Final Results Gross Group net Year to Company dividend profit/loss ('000) Larut Tin M53,884L (sl2Bb) Mar 85 MBf Finance 10 (15) $10,364 ($19,372) Sept 85 Promet (5) M$B7,BBOL ($33,096) Dec 85 Roxy Elect 1 Ms9B9b Dec 85

Preliminary figures [ARTICLE]

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Preliminary figures Gross Group pre-tax Year to Company dividend profit/loss ('000) George Town M$3lL ($11 1L) Mar 86

Interim results [ARTICLE]

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Interim results Interim Group pre-tax Half-year to Company dividend profit/loss ('000) DBS 7 (8) $62,269 ($76,792) June 86 FELS $7,358 ($8,529) June 86 Fujitec 10 (10) 1,006c (1,917c) Mar 86 H Negara $157L ($445) June 86 Keppel Corpn $3,643 ($24,703L) June 86 St Steamship $2,968 (S99BL) June 86

Corporate News [ARTICLE]

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Corporate News Tan Koon Swan's .trial related to the collapsed Pan-Electric Industries group has been fixed for Aug 25 in the High Court. Nine other charges are scheduled to be heard in the subordinate court the following day. The Pan-Electric Industries financial director, Tan Kok Liang jailed earlier was freed

INDICES [ARTICLE]

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INDICES Financial Times Industrials Friday 1271.00 (1263.20) TTfj? Dow Jones Industrials H?~ Friday 1855.60 (1844.91) L Nikkei Stock Average Saturday Closed (*****.41) (Fijures in brackets refer to those of the previous tradinj day) IH"iiii i i i i i 1

New York [ARTICLE]

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New York Auj 15 US$ Chanje Alcoa 37* Allied Sig 40% unch Amax Inc 1214 -H Amr Corp 54* +V* Att 23V. -M Bethlehem S« 8V* Boeing Co 59W Burroughs Cp 70V4 Caterpdlor Co 45 -2W Chose Manhtn 41% Chrysler Cp 39M> +Mi Gticorp 54?4 -\V, Cons Not Gas 29%

Sydney [ARTICLE]

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Sydney SYDNEY Australian share markets extended their midweek rally to close stronger in brisk trading, buoyed by sharp rises in overseas bullion prices and in anticipation of a tough Budget this week, brokers said. The market was also encouraged by the Reserve Bank's intervention to prop up the dollar in

Overseas markets' weekly round-up

Tokyo [ARTICLE]

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Tokyo Stock barometers soar to new highs TOKYO Aided by bullish sentiment on Wall Street and other major markets overseas, and in anticipation of an interest discount rate cut by the United States, West Germany and Japan, market barometers soared to record highs on the Tokyo stock market last week.

Hongkong [ARTICLE]

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Hongkong HONGKONG A cut In Hongkong's prime rate helped posh the Hang Seng Index to another record high last week. The Hang Seng Index put on 4.47 points to finish the week at an all-time high of 1,935.76, while the Hongkong Index closed 7.62 points higher at 1,212.12. Dealers said

London [ARTICLE]

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London LONDON Encouraged by hopes for a cut in international interest rates in the near future and buoyed by a strong lead from Wall Street, share prices rebounded strongly on the London stock market last week, following the previous week's heavy fall. The Financial Times Industrial Share Index closed 53.6

London [ARTICLE]

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London Auf 15 Pence Change MINtNf WDUSTRIALS MWlb Allied-Lyons 335xd +5 borlow Rond Ass Dairies Charter Cons 250xd unch BTR PLC 286xd -7 Cons Gold 467 -5 Bobcocks 187 -8 Rust Plat lO'*xd unch Borcloys 492 +20 ZCI unch Beecham 403 +2 net HCC 268 unch >* 7/ Blue Crete

New York [ARTICLE]

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New York NEW YORK The bull market in stocks celebrated its fourth anniversary with a strong rally last week. Stock advances occurred through virtually the entire market. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 72.98 points on the week to 1 ,855.60 in the biggest one-week surge since a 92.91 -point

How your stocks performed [ARTICLE]

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

Commodities, Finance

Bank rates [ARTICLE]

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Bank rates 1 Mn $1,000 2 For best customers only. 3 OCBC Finance. 4 available at DBS Finance. UOF's rales." also available at UOF also available at DBS Finance. OCBC OUB UOB DBS DEPOSIT RATES Savings: daily 4>4 4 1 4 4 4 1 Monthly 4 ■> Autosave 4 Fixed

Banks' PLRs [ARTICLE]

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Banks' PLRs BANKS' prime lending e e ale B k a^ rates at the close of busi- g g"^ 7,f ness on Friday, Aug 15 Hab(b Bank g Bank PLR Hokkaido lakushoku 7m Hongkong Shanghai 7 Algemene Bank 7 ln d'an Bank 8 American Express Vi Indian Overseas 8 Am'Dam

FOREIGN EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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FOREIGN EXCHANGE Interbank Over the counter Foreign Local dollars to Foreign currency currency one unit of to SSIO foreign currency Australian dollar 1.3520—1.3545 7.61—7.26 Canadian dollar 1.5534—1.5550 6.51—6.39 NZ dollar 1.0706—1.0746 9.52-9.00 Sterling pound 3.2226—3.2270 3.13—3.07 US dollar 2.1585—2.1600 4.66-4.61 Local dollars to 100 units of foreign currency Austrian schilling

Container schedules [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Container schedules B Suria (276) 19/8 (1700) F7 *****630/*****730 P2/S2 Or Minister (26) 19/8 (2000) Fl 1730-1930 F4 Leda Ms (8610) 18/8 (2330) F5 1430 1530/*****430 Al/Bl *****330 Fl A Utah (5) 18/8 (2130) F7 1030-1130/*****230 Nl/Pl *****330 SI E Greet (010RW) 19/8 (2300) Fl 0900 1000/1000 1100 L2/N2 E

Ships in port [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Ships in port Keppel Wharves Sunny Sky Gulf Oaoud Kris Melela K2SW aside 18/8 Hawaii Lantana Kl6 a'side 18/8 Sibolangit Liheng K2l a'side 18/8 Therassia Angehque Kl6 18/8 19/8 Timber Indah Cruise Muhibah K27 18/8 19/8 Universal Bright Frotasingapore KlB 18/8 19/8 Jenson K22 18/8 19/8 Marina Myoma Ywa K3O

Asian $ rates [ARTICLE]

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Asian rates ASIAN currency average High low deposit rates for the J^ J* /w J 3 16 week ended Aug 15. 6 months 4<, 49/16 12 months 4', 4 9/16 BID PRICES usj sterln w 1 month 10 9"» days 6 7/16 6, 3 months 9 5/16 gi k S^/i*

Rubber [ARTICLE]

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Rubber Closing prices RUBBER Spore KL cents cents S/kilo M/ kilo Aug 11 175.75 220.00 Aug 12 178.00 222.00 Aug 13 177.50 223.00 Aug 14 176.75 221.00 Aug 15 177.00 Closed

Tin [ARTICLE]

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Tin Closing Turnover TIN prices Tonnes Cents (M)/kilo S/kilo M/kilo Aug 11 14.07 56 Aug 12 14.09 46 Aug 13 14.10 86 Aug 14 14 10 82 Aug 15 Closed Closed

Rubber [ARTICLE]

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Rubber LONDON Extremely quiet conditions prevailed on the London physical and futures markets last week. The seasonal low level of demand throughout Europe as well as in the United States and East Asia was compounded by Friday's holiday in Malaysia and in some European countries. Traders again pointed to "less

Tin [ARTICLE]

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Tin SLIGHTLY EASIER. Tin prices showed signs of easing in quiet conditions on the European spot market (basis Rotterdam warehouse) as quotations moved to £3,670-3,720 per tonne against £3,680-3,740 the previous week. AFP

Silver [ARTICLE]

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Silver STEADIER. Values firmed in line with gold and platinum, buoyed by the 1,144,000-oz decline in London Metal Exchange stocks to 29,750,000 oz, the lowest level since October 1981. But the thin volume of trade and sterling's relatively steady performance against the dollar brought the market back from its best

Copper [ARTICLE]

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Copper QUIET. Initial support was derived from the firmer tone to precious metals and from the 575-tonne downturn in London Metal Exchange stocks to 154,725 tonnes. But gains were pared in the absence of fresh news. AFP

Gold, Financial futures [ARTICLE]

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Gold, Financial futures THE glitter of gold brightened when spot prices hit a high of US$397 last Monday, the highest level since June 1984. The rise stemmed from strong bullion demand in Europe and news that Japan needed more gold to mint coins commemorating the Emperor's reign. The South African

GOLD ACCOUNT [ARTICLE]

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GOLD ACCOUNT Buying Selling Highest— Lowest Highest-Lowest SJ/gm Ss/gm Bank of China 27.10-25.93 27.22-26.05 OUB 26.80—25.92 26.95 26.07 UQB 27.17-25.92 27.32 26 07

GOLD MARKET [ARTICLE]

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GOLD MARKET GOLD US$/oz Sat Fri Hongkong 383.80— 384 30 386.00-386.50 Fri Thurs New York 383 20— 383 70 386.70 387 70

Aluminium [ARTICLE]

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Aluminium LOWER. Values fluctuated lower under sterling's influence and due to the lack of fresh news. London Metal Exchange stocks were 4,000 tonnes lower at 126,550 tonnes, the lowest since July last year. Merchants outside the LME quoted U551,235-1,255 per tonne against U551,2254,245 the previous week. AFP

How to use those mysterious TSRs [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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How to use those mysterious TSRs DOREEN SOH Your money By MANY investors who have Jack Chia-MPH loan stocks are rather puzzled by the TSRs that come with them. A shareholder recently asked: "What are these funny things called TSRs? What do you do with them?" TSRs are Transferable Subscription

Five charts to watch [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Five charts to watch Lui Khang I 1 ST INDUSTRIAL INDEX Confounding the sceptics, the ST Index closed at 813.85 on Friday a 41.17-polnt gain for the week. The performance confirmed the "reverse head and shoulder formation" by breaking the 781 "neckline" and the objective of 1 ,890 points by

CAP wins banking system contract [ARTICLE]

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CAP wins banking system contract CAP Information Systems (Singapore) has won a Msl.7 million contract to sell a retail banking system to Penang-based Ban Hin Lin Bank Bhd. Mr John Oates, managing director of CAP Information Systems, said the contract was the company's first Malaysian deal. The company, which supplies

Promet to curb 'excesses of boom years' [ARTICLE]

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Promet to curb 'excesses of boom years' KUALA LUMPUR PROMET Bhd, which has reported massive losses for last year, will remain "lean and hungry" and curtail the excesses of the boom years. Chief executive Mr Brian Chang said in his annual report that, in the short term, the group's main

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RACING

Rushmore Heights slays them [ARTICLE]

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Rushmore Heights slays them By OUR RACING TEAM FIRST: *****3 SECOND: *****4 THIRD: *****9 STARTERS: *****7, *****7, *****2, *****3, *****1, *****4, *****8, *****0, *****8. CONSOLATIONS: *****0, *****0, *****8, *****0, *****2, *****1, *****9, *****0, *****6, *****9. KUALA LUMPUR Favourite Rushmore Heights yesterday made full amends i'or his defeat on the first

Six jockeys suspended [ARTICLE]

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Six jockeys suspended THE racing stewards concluded their inquiries into Opulent in Race 10 on the first day and Ernie's Brother, who left the stall riderless in Race 10 on the second day. After questioning the respective trainers and riders concerned, they took the following action: Opulent: They noted the

US-bred makes amends in Trophy race [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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US-bred makes amends in Trophy race CLASS 3 DIV 8 l,2Wm Mdm Li Mei In's 7 Prize Hunt 52.5 c 50 (38-8) Slvan (5) 5 5 1 3 Wing Commander II 55.5 (17-7) Bakri (1) 3 3 2 6 Martinique 54 (52-10) Ang (8) 2 2 3 8 Tiger Town

Wise Times upsets in $620,000 Travers [ARTICLE]

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Wise Times upsets in $620,000 Travers SARATOGA SPRINGS (New York) LONGSHOT Wise Times came from third last at the top of the straight to capture the U*****,500 (about *****,000) Travers Stakes (Grade One) run over 2,000m on Saturday. There was a sensation after the race when Broad Brush, who finished

OBITUARIES

181 Deaths 181 Deaths 181 Deaths [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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181 Deaths 181 Deaths 181 Deaths MRS WEE THIAM SIEW (nee Mdm Lee Bong Seow) Aged 89 passed away peacefully on 16.8.86 leaving behind. SONS DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW WEE AIK LENG TAN AUN YOKE WEE AIK KOON TEO POH LIAN WEE AIK SUN BEBE LIM DAUGHTERS WEE AH CHUAN WEE AIK KEK

182 Acknowledgements 182 Acknowledgements [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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182 Acknowledgements 182 Acknowledgements The Family Of The Late MR. LOUIS TEO HON SEN wish to express their heartfelt thanks and gratitude to Fr. Fossion of the Church of the Holy Spirit, Fr. Paul Tan and prayer group of St. Bernadette Church, doctors and staff of Physiotherapy Dept and Staff

183 Condolences 183 Condolences [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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183 Condolences 183 Condolences TEO CHONG KHIM The Staff of Teo Lai Lee expresses deep sympathy to the family of the late departed MR TEO CHONG KHIM. As a mark of respect for the late Mr Teo, our office will be closed on Tuesday, L 19/8/86. J

184 In Memoriam 184 In Memoriam [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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184 In Memoriam 184 In Memoriam I FONDEST MEMORIES OF MDM LUCY CHAN ij (MRS LEE GEK SENG) I Called Home to be with the Lord on August 18 1983 We remember with praise your favourite Psalm 23. "The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want I will dwell

184 In Memoriarn [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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184 In Memoriarn In Loving Memory of MR. V. THURAISAMY (MARI) (Departed 18/8/1965) Gone from our lives one so dear, But in our hearts forever near. Always remembered by: S.R. Chandra, V. Manikavaaaker, P. Selvanathan, G. Sockalingem. M. J»g«nathan. In loving memory of SIMON GOH TECK MONG departed 18.8.75. His

182 Acknowledgements [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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182 Acknowledgements THE FAMILY OF THE LATE CATHERINE LAU GEOK ENG Express their heartfelt thanks to relatives, Drs. Staff Of SGH WD 72/78. TPH WD 5. friends colleagues for their attendance, condolences. wreaths donations during their recent bereavement.

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Min makes it China's first [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Min makes it China's first WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS Szechuan teenager spirals to springboard gold 4 I'm going to try my very best to win the gold medal in the Olympics. In China there are many good divers like me, so I have to work hard. Gao Min MADRID Fifteen-year-old Gao

Spain storm past fancied Hungary [ARTICLE]

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Spain storm past fancied Hungary MADRID Hosts Spain beat fancied Hungary 7-5 in the final preliminaryround water polo match at the championships here on Saturday to send the 1982 silver medallists crashing out of this year's competition. Hungary were 3-2 up go- ing into the final period but the Spaniards,

Breaststroke rule change hailed [ARTICLE]

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Breaststroke rule change hailed MADRID Swimming hopes to rid itself of a contentious issue by altering the breaststroke rates to allow a swimmer's head to dip under the natural surface of the water. Announcing the International Swimming Federation's decision, Flna president Robert Helmick said the intention had been to make

Canadian pair capture world duet title [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Canadian pair capture world duet title MADRID Carolyn Waldo claimed her second gold medal of the championships here when she and Canadian team-mate Michelle Cameron won the synchronised swimming duet title on Saturday. Carolyn, who collected the synchronised solo gold on Friday, teamed up with Michelle to clinch the duet

RESULTS [ARTICLE]

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RESULTS Synchronised swimming (Duet prelims): 1 Michelle Cameron and Carolyn Waldo (Can) 194.867 pts 2 Sarah Josephson and Karen Josephson (US) 192.201 3 Megumi Itoh and Mikako Kotani (Jpn) 184.267. Diving Women's springboard final: 1 Gao Min (Chi) 582.90 2 Li Yihua (Chi) 549.42 3 Marina Bobkova (SU) 525.21. Water

Becker into final [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Becker into final TORONTO Wimbledon champion Boris Becker, of West Germany, beat unseeded American Jonathan Canter 7-6 (7-4), 7-6 (7-3) on Saturday to advance to the final of the U*****,000 ($806,250) Player's International tennis championship. It will be Becker's second final in two weeks. Last week he lost in straight

Tway, Watson fall by wayside [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Tway, Watson fall by wayside CASTLE ROCK (Colorado) Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson and Bob Tway were eliminated on Saturday as the field for the US$l million ($2.15 million) International tournament was trimmed to 12 finalists. Veteran Howard Twitty, of the United States, with 11 points in the scoring system used

Olazabal set to impress [ARTICLE]

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Olazabal set to impress YORK (England) Young Jose-Maria Olazabal, of Spain, was well-placed on Saturday to score his first professional victory on a day when veteran golfer Lee Trevino revealed he needed surgery to remove growths on both eyes. Olazabal, 20, is one stroke behind joint-leaders Mark James and Gordon

Gents get a 'fair' share [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Gents get a 'fair' share TAY CHENG KHOON BLUSHES were spared when the inaugural Battle of the Sexes for the Temasek Cup ended in an 8-8 draw at Tanah Merah Country Club yesterday. In fact, a play-off had originally been suggested. The Singapore Golf Association nominated Poh Ee Kiat and

SPORT IN SHORT [ARTICLE]

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SPORT IN SHORT BASEBALL Toronto trounced Texas 13-1 in a Major League game on Saturday. Other results American: Detroit 12 Boston 6, Kansas City 4 NY Yankees 2, Cleveland 2 Baltimore 1, Milwaukee 6 Chicago White Sox 5, Seattle 7 Minnesota 6, California 5 Oakland 2. National: Chicago Cubs 5

Question time for Liverpool [ARTICLE]

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Question time for Liverpool ALAN HUBBARD SOCCER From LONDON It was Everton who could manage only to field half a team, but it is Liverpool, held to a 1-1 draw in Saturday's FA Charity Shield at Wembley, who face the new season with the biggest question marks hanging over them.

It's Alcala in photo finish [ARTICLE]

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It's Alcala in photo finish ASPEN (Colorado) Raul Alcala, of Mexico, edged out Steve Bauer, of Canada, on Saturday in a photo finish to win the Aspen Circuit race, the eighth stage of the Coors International Classic. Alcala, the only Mexican rider ever to compete in the Tour de France

SOCCER SHORTS [ARTICLE]

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SOCCER SHORTS j GLASGOW Dundee United prolonged Graeme Souness' unhappy introduction to Scottish League when they scored three goals in the final 20 minutes to beat Glasgow Rangers 3-2 on Saturday. Rangers appeared to be coasting towards a comfortable victory when Ally McCoist scored the second of his two goals

Loh surprises Naranjan [ARTICLE]

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Loh surprises Naranjan LIM KEE CHAN LOH SING CHER (handicap 9) eliminated defending champion Naranjan Singh (8) 3 and 2 in the quarter-finals of the Jurong Country Club match-play championships yesterday. In the match between the Lee brothers, Vincent (1) got the better of Kevin to win by 3 and

Raffles old boys pack too much power [ARTICLE]

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Raffles old boys pack too much power J. RAJENDRAN OLD Rafflesians Association, fielding five schoolboys, clinched the Sim Lim Cup when they defeated Police 23-6 in the Singapore Rugby Union Under--23 final at Queenstown Stadium yesterday. Winger Darmawan Narjadin, one of the five Raffles Junior College students in the team,

No-show puts CSC out [ARTICLE]

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No-show puts CSC out CEYLON SPORTS CLUB, needing a seven-goal win to clinch the last remaining place in the Fraser and Neave Elite Cup hockey competition, were denied even the chance to try when their opponents, Combined Schools, failed to show up for their Premier Leaeue tie at Fairer Park

Nicky de-poses Fathol [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Nicky de- poses Fathol PETER SIOW WORLD BODYBUILDING SELECTION CHAMPIONSHIPS By THE loud speakers boomed: "And now for the Champion of Champions.. .Nicky Quek". The capacity crowd watching the bodybuilding championships at Victoria Theatre yesterday gasped in disbelief. Like many others, they were expecting the name of Fatholomein All, winner

Malek plans to join FT [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Malek plans to join FT JOE DORAI By SINGAPORE soccer skipper Malek Awab has finalised plans to join Federal Territory after this month's Merlion Cup competition. The dimunitive but hard working midfielder has applied for an official release from the Football Association of Singapore to move to Kuala Lumpur and

REST OF LOCAL SPORT [ARTICLE]

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REST OF LOCAL SPORT JUDO Schoolboy Ho Yen Chye won both the over-95 kilogram category and the Open event in the Pesta Sukan judo championships at the Singapore Badminton Hall yesterday. Result*: Men's r-Mkg: 1 Teng Soon Onn 2 Lim Chin Leong 3 Tan Thai Liok M-ttkß: 1 Yeo Chin

ASEAN TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Haron lifts gold amid the gloom [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Haron lifts gold amid the gloom HAKIKAT RAI By A first at last as 200m sprinter stands up for Singapore SINGAPORE'S Haron Mundir came of age as he stormed to the men's 200 metres gold medal in a personal best time of 21.1sec, stealing some consolation for the home crowd

Beijing's Asiad prospects [ARTICLE]

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Beijing's Asiad prospects BEIJING China will send 385 athletes to the Asian Games in Seoul next month and compete for 220 of the 269 gold medals at stake, Li Furong, deputy head of the Chinese delegation, said on Saturday. Li declined to predict how many gold medals China would win,

IN SHORT [ARTICLE]

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IN SHORT SOVIET Yelena Kuznetsova set a 10-km walk track world best time when she clocked 44min 32.505ec at the Russian Athletics Federation Summer Games on Saturday. Yelena bettered the previous mark of 45:31.90 set by China's Xu Yongji in Ji'an, China, last March. SPANIARD Jose Manuel Abascal recorded the

Botham gets call [ARTICLE]

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Botham gets call LONDON ALL-ROUNDER lan Botham, banned from firstclass cricket for two months after admitting he had smoked cannabis, has been recalled to the England side for the Third and final Test against New Zealand at The Oval, starting on Thursday. With England needing to win to save the

Rex's quick 50 salvages SCC [ARTICLE]

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Rex's quick 50 salvages SCC MAHMOOD GAZNAVI REX MARTENS hit a quick, unbeaten 52 to lead Singapore Cricket Club I to a three-wicket win over Ceylon Sports Club in a Division One match at the Padang yesterday. Chasing 195 in the 50-over match, SCC were in a spot in the

RESULTS [ARTICLE]

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RESULTS Men's Htm hardies: 1 Fauzan Aunardi (Indn) 14.705ec 2 P. Parameswaran (Sin) 14.85 3 Renato Unso (RP) 15.21. 2Mm: 1 Haron Mundir (Sin) 21.1 2 Pongsak Wacharakup (Tha) 21.2 3 Indra Nugraha (Ind) 22.1. MMm: 1 M. Raju (Mai) 3:57.65 2 Chern Srichudanu (Tha) 3:58.89 3 Mario Castro (RP)

Narisa and Sam top finals [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Narisa and Sam top finals LEE WAI WUN SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL BOWLING By I SAM GOH and Narisa Prateep had Singapore celebrating a double in the finals of the Singapore International bowling championships yesterday. For national champion Narisa, defending her Open Masters title at Striker's Bowl was a dream come true

Ben and Loey win 470 class [ARTICLE]

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Ben and Loey win 470 class PETER SIOW NATIONAL sailors Ben Tan and crew Loey Ah Chee stamped their authority on the 470 class at the Pesta Sukan international regatta off Changi yesterday. But young Malaysian Puasa Selamat stole the show in win all his races in the Laser class.

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Bring your car for a respray this month and we'll paint this much for free. If your car is looking a little sorry for itself at the moment, we have any old respray. The Berger Standox 2K system developed in Germany will give some good news. The SAE One Stop

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HOCKEY SWHA IMv. 2 League: STC v NUS (STC, 5.30). SOCCER Freindly: Padantiques v Singapore Sports Council (Padang, 5.30). SOFTBALL Schools Nat. e 'ships A Boys 3rd pairing: STI v Hwa Chong; B Boys final: Bedok View v Thomson Sec. (Both at Dover Road, 3.30). SQUASH Ovalttne Graded c'shlps: (Kallang,

Film offers for girl who turned in drug-abuse parents [ARTICLE]

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Film offers for girl who turned in drug-abuse parents ORANGE (California) Hollywood movie companies have started a bidding war for the rights to the story of a 13-year-old girl whose parents were arrested after she turned them in for alleged drug use. "I have had telephone calls from nine major

'Self-run' HUDC estates have to start own sinking funds [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'Self-run' HUDC estates have to start own sinking funds ILENE ALESHIRE By HDB has been subsidising repairs and redecoration. The HDB also began sprucing up and doing repairs in the Phase 1 and 2 estates once the decision was made to turn them over to the residents to run to

Japan most competitive, says study [ARTICLE]

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Japan most competitive, says study GENEVA Japan has taken over as leader in international competitiveness from the United States, according to a study by a private Swiss foundation. Among newly industrialising countries, it placed Singapore second to Taiwan and ahead of Hongkong, South Korea and Malaysia. The report by EMF,

S. Yemeni fighter jets force down Boeing 720 [ARTICLE]

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S. Yemeni fighter jets force down Boeing 720 DJIBOUTI Two South Yemeni MiG fighters intercepted an Air Djibouti Boeing 720 over the Red Sea on Saturday and forced it to land at Aden, official sources in Djibouti said yesterday. South Yemeni armed guards made the 59 passengers disembark and kept

Blast toll up [ARTICLE]

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Blast toll up PARIS The death toll rose to 13 yesterday in the car explosion outside a mosque in the holy city of Qom in central Iran on Saturday, in which about 100 people were also injured, Radio Teheran said. Earlier reports had put the number killed at 11. AFP

Tutu's visit [ARTICLE]

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Tutu's visit KINGSTON Bishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa arrived in Jamaica from China on Saturday to begin a five-day visit. AP

No tough action likely, says Chok Tong [ARTICLE]

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No tough action likely, says Chok Tong Dr Toh's abstention THE People's Action Party is not likely to take tough action against Dr Toh Chin Chye, a PAP founder member and now the MP for Rochore, who breached the party's rules when he abstained from voting on the Housing Board's

When bride and groom wheeled down the aisle [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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When bride and groom wheeled down the aisle VALERIE LEE They're first disabled pair from Cheshire Home to tie the knot By THE WEDDING guests were one hour early and the 30 front-row VIPs were all in wheelchairs several church pews were removed to make space for them. When the

'Tread cautiously on town councils' [ARTICLE]

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'Tread cautiously on town councils' MR Goh Chok Tong yesterday advised the Housing Board to take a cautious approach in launching the new concept of town councils, which will allow Singaporeans to have a greater say in the management of their HDB estates. The First Deputy Prime Minister said town

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Weather UP TO 1 p.m. Hazy. TEMP. (C) up to 6 a.m. tomorrow: 33 max., 25 min SUNSET today: 7.13 pm; SUNRISE tomorrow: 7.04 am. GLOBAL WEATHER Adelaide 514 C Foggy Melbourne 9 14 C Rain Bangkok 26 32 C Cloudy Moscow 414 C Cloudy Beijing 20 28 C Cloudy

The Straits Times Section Two

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The Straits Times Section Two

Brilliant Asia! [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Brilliant Asia! SAUNA'S WOES Salina was the Malaysian play specially commissioned for the arts festival. It was about a warm-hearted prostitute (played by Fauziah Nawi, right) living in a Singapore kampung after the war, and her cruel, layabout lover (Jalil Abdul Hamid). ZAWAWI'S SONGS At the folk concert, Khatijah Ibrahim

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Harvard grads from Beijing University? [ARTICLE]

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Harvard grads from Beijing University? You can still join the Ivy League even if you can't go to America. All you need is a PC. ONE day, some students may graduate from Harvard without ever having walked the university's hallowed halls. The university's mathematics department, has developed a system to

Disappearing ozone raises fear [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Disappearing ozone raises fear An ever-widening hole in the atmosphere over the South Pole is threatening to tear the ozone layer that protects life on earth from the sun's deadly ultraviolet rays. 4 The big question is whether what's happening in Antarctica is likely to be a foretaste of what

'Shocking' cure for snakebite [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'Shocking' cure for snakebite Researchers in Singapore, which aims to be a regional centre for venom research, have produced charts on what to do when bitten by snakes. A physician who works in the Amazon offers a new answer. A CHAT in a London laboratory between an American mis-sionary-physician who

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Let's Learn Mandarin [ARTICLE]

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Let's Learn Mandarin THIS programme is compiled by Rediffusion and broadcast daily in Teochew, Hokkien and Cantonese. The broadcast times over SBC's Radio Four are S pm in Teochew and 11.45 pm in Hokkien on Mondays, 9 pm in Cantonese and 9.45 pm in Teochew on Tuesdays, 9.45 pm in

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In tune with a 120-year-old cello [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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In tune with a 120-year-old cello KOO CHIANG, 22, a Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO) scholar who has returned from West Germany, will treat friends and music lovers to a recital on his 120-year-old violoncello at the end of this month. "This is a prized possession, a result of my three

A young pianist scales the heights [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A young pianist scales the heights Two young Singapore musicians Lim Jing Jing, prize-winner of Maria Canals Piano Competition in Barcelona, and cellist Koo Chiang have come home to give recitals. They tell CHONG WING HONG about the kind people who have helped them in their music studies. "DON'T call

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Kupuja wants to nurture more active members [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Kupuja wants to nurture more active members AZMAN SIRAJ By KUPUJA or Kumpulan Pemuisi Remaja (Young Poets' Group) is hoping to produce at least 10 productive Malay writers in three to four years' time. If everything goes to plan, after that time, the Malay community here will be able to

Kupuja ingin melahirkan sasterawan generasi baru yang berkaliber [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Kupuja ingin melahirkan sasterawan generasi baru yang berkaliber Oleh AZMAN SIRAJ KUMPULAN Pemuisi Remaja (Kupuja) berharap bahawa dalam tempoh tiga hingga empat tahun akan datang ia akan dapat melahirkan sekurangkurangnya 10 orang penulis yang baik dan produktif kalaupun tidak prolifik. Inilah matlamat utama Kupuja setelah empat tahun ditubuhkan. Ia berharap

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71 Situations Vacant: 71 Situations Vacant: Sales Sales Cold Storage Supermarkets We have immediate vacancies for the following positions: I 1. MALE/FEMALE SALES ASSISTANTS 2. TRAINEE BUTCHER (Goldhill Supermart only) Interested applicants, please apply personally at the following locations: PROMENADE CENTREPOINT 300 Orchard Road 176 Orchard Road B 1-02 B

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SALES EXECUTIVE required by manufacture of fruit juice*. e Applicants with previous experience preferred. e Must possess own vehicle. e Have productive contacts with restaurant, clubs, lounges, large small catering establishment and ship chandlers. Call *****22/ *****77 I for interview SALES REPRESENTATIVES urgently required male/ female e preferably with experience

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72 Situations Vacant: 72 Situations Vacant: 72 Situations Vacant: Technical Technical Technical The MRT Corporation invites applications for the following position OPERATIONS DIVISION Train Operator Salary Scale (5380) $400x20 460/520x25-670 Functions The operator will be driving passenger and engineers' trains. He has to ensure the safety of passengers and the

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(A) SENIOR AIRCON/ ELECTRICAL TECHNICIANS Min. VITB/ NTC 2in Aircon Refrigeration or Electrical Installation Control. Min. 5 years experience with PUB Licence in servicing repairing aircon equipment ranging from centrifugal chiller to A.H.U. TECHNICIANS Min. VITB/ NTC 3in Electrical or Aircon related trade. 2 3 years experience in building maintenance.

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72 Situations Vacant: Technical Fa Local Components^ Manufacturing Company has vacancies for:--(1) ACCOUNTS CLERK e Preferably with experience. e Keeping full set of Accounts. e Preparing payroll. e Answering telephone general clerical duties. (2) PRODUCTION CONTROLLER e Diploma in Mechanical/ Production Engineering or equivalent. e Able to perform purchasing duties.

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72 Situations Vacant: Technical Degussa I Electronics Degussa I Electronics (former Oemetron) (Office Hours) To generate production photo tools and with some dark room experience an advantage e Minimum3GCE'O'levels in Arts or Technical stream e Aged 18 -24 years We offer an attractive compensation package which Include* monthly bonus factor,

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73 Situations Vacant: 73 Situations Vacant: Production Production (rpf u S [aw oh cowif ii T XV^/m /y/ Please call k A personally with WL M& -*w\ your 1/C at: a jHt Personnel Department ■MB VARTA PRIVATE LIMITED VARTA 750C Chai Chee Rd 'Singapore 1646 I SANYO 'pcdt 7ime W.

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73 Situations Vacant: Production Requirements Age 1 6 above Primary/Secondary education T/tttra ctlv e V [Starting SaWYyr BamfHa Confirmation fnt- crease after 3 months 5-day work week 10 days annual leave BEST programme Medical/Dental benefits insurance schemes Shift allowance Air-condition environment Recreational facilities Club activities Walk-in Interview Mon-Fri Digital Equipment

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73 Situations Vacant: 73 Situations Vacant: 73 Situations Vacant: 73 Situations Vacant: Production Production Production Production Kvr 2 r^ll Wi apP y WOrk P ermitS Bi<Sk T SSa| h -13,(Gr5undF*o^r" sPI I II for you. No experience Lower Delta Road, Singapore 0316 I Jje I ll required as training sasBusNo:2.«i,«.«,i2s.

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74 Situations Vacant: 74 Situations Vacant: Miscellaneous Miscellaneous llt /Japan Servo Motors (S) Pte Ltd I £Rfo 6 Aljunted Avenue 3, Singapore 1438 requires persons with good interpersonal skills and able to deal confidently with people of all levels for the posts of: Receptionist GCE 'O' level and above a

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INTERVIEW TODAY!! A Company stationed near the Jurong Bus Interchange requires temporary help for at least 6 months: a) General Clerks e Singapore citizens e Completed Secondary Four education e Able to type at least 30 w.p.m. b) Accounts Clerks e Singapore citizens e Completed Secondary Four education e Minimum

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74 Situations Vacant: Miscellaneous TMt polo SI N6APORE REQUIRES IMMEDIATELY PAGE BOY Starting salary: $380 p.m.; confirmed salary: $400 p.m. e Minimum Primary sor 6 education (English), e Below 16 yrs' of age. e Not more than 4'B" height, e No midnight shift. BENEFITS PROVIDED: e Free duty meals e

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74 Situations Vacant: Miscellaneous WANTED FULL-TIME INSTRUCTRESS for the following programmes: e AEROBICS YOGA Interested candidates please call: *****88. Working at McDonald's is tun. Want a PART-TIME/ FULL-TIME job and earn between $370-$B7O. Students and housewives are welcome. Come personally for an interview today and tomorrow from 9am-9pm at: McDonald's

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74 Situations Vacant: Miscellaneous DESPATCH BOY REQD. Pre ferably with class 2 and 3 licence. Tel: 273-0842. office hours. FASHION DRAFTER A SEWING girls, experience required. Call Tom: *****10. FEMALE MALAY CONTRACT workers needed by Durga Contractor. Tel: *****14 GENERAL WORKER REQt to do packing Able to speak simple English/

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82 Accessories/ Maintenance FREE no charge at all A) Brake check B) Wheel alignment, camber and castor check C) Wheel balancing. Tel: *****33, Mr Lee. VEHITO AUTO CENTRE 600 Hougang Avenue 3 Singapore 1953. 83 Vehicle Financing/ Insurance EASY LOANS FOR NEW AND USED CARS Low interest rates 4-year repayment

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86 For Sale: BMW ENTHUSIAST AGENCY PTE. LTD. VERY KEEN IN BUYING YOUR USED BMW. HONDA CONTINENTAL VEHICLES Show Ut Your Vehicle, We Will Show You THE UNBEATABLE OFFER!!! 4 NEW INDUSTRIAL RD. #01-09, OFF UPP. PAYA LEBAR RD. SINGAPORE 1953. TEL: *****55 S.N. TAN (The Licensed Used Car Dealer).

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90 For Sale: Toyota We buy and sal Used Cars Call borneFmotors quality used cars *****49 Open 7 days a week CO. REGN. 1981 Toyota Cressida 2000 GL Auto. 1 owner. Chauf-feur-driven. Power steering/ window. Accident free. Immaculate condition. $14,500 0.n.0. Tel: *****55. CO. REGN. ALMOST 82 Toyota Carina Manual.

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92 For Sale: Mazda VERY SPORTY, '79, Mazda 626 Coupe 1600 5-speed. Aircon., expensive hl-fl. power windows, tax 12/86 PARF $8,500 0.n.0 Loan $4,000. Tel: *****38 2 UNITS CO. regd '80 Mazda 626 (manual auto Aircond.. hi-fi, tuff-koted, lax 11/86 Immaculate. $4,400 each. *****13/ *****66, 1981 MAZDA 323 1 3

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97 For Sale: Commercial Vehicles '50' 720 DATSUN, diesel pick-up, flat bed. Aircond., offer $4,500 secures. 240 Lavender Street. '81 '80 Suzuki 800 van, 5-dr 1 owner "79 Toyota Liteace van, all new paint *****26 82 TOYOTA HIACE 10-seater PB bus aircond., radio/ cassette, 1 owner. Tax 11/86. Tel: *****77

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99 Vehicles Wanted ABLE TO ACCEPT ALL USED CARS AT ATTRACTIVE CASH PAYMENT a Non-PARF or PARF. a Private or company. a PB Bus. a Commercial vans/ pick-ups. a Good price for Honda cars. Ptoaaa call Mr Ong: Day: *****50/ *****75/ 6 Night: *****68 (7pm.— 11pm.) ATTRACTIVE CASH PAYMENT A

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106 Accommodation Available: Houses BINJAI RISE/ PK. Colonial bunglw. New kitchen/ bathrm. Large patio, lovely gdn. $3,000. ORIOLE C'RES./ SWISS CLUB (hilllop). Pool optional. $4,500 up. RIDOUT/ CLUNY. Majestic Colonial. Utmost privacy. Sprawling grds. ROCHALIE/ LADYHILL/ BIN TONG. (Pool). 4/ 5 bdrms. $6,500 up. VANDA C'RES./ GARLICK AVE./ CORONATION. $2,800

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106 Accommodation Available: Houses D.5 FABER PK. with s/pool. immaculate d/storey detached. 5 bdrms./ central aircon. Newly furn. $3,500. Rolf *****11. 2-STOREY SEMI-D. GREENLEAF Gdn. 3 rms., f/furn., aircon., $1 000 Hong Leong Gdn. 3 rms., f/furn., aircon., $900. Tel: *****88. D 1543. 2-STOREY BUNGALOWS in Peach Garden. 5 bedrooms.

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107 Accommodation 107 Accommodation 107 Accommodation Available: Available: Available: Apartments Apartments Apartments ftliliiiliMlfilli^l 82, Grange Road, Dist.lO < < qn Sv Prime Location District )0. Singapore's JfsjSaLilS Ci> /£^<^^H exclusive neighbourhood. ISb9b6k^§ HlPpl*« Bb^^P'- Unique architecture Designed by Poul Rudolph, BB^^^BBfcW"?/ V^7 N an American architect with international Hnf-*' T^H

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107 Accommodation Available: Apartments BLK.E MARYLAND PK. Hawaii Tower Meyer Tower High floor. Facing sea. *****41 agent. BRAND NEW DAISY Lodge, newly furn. Studio/ 2-bdrm. *****33 Solo Real Est. CAVENAGH HOUSE. 3 bedrooms. Fully furnished. Pool. Tel: *****78/ *****21 CENTRALLY LOCATED OXLEY Quiet, cosy, green. Nice furnishings. $2,000. Chanster *****80.

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107 Accommodation Available: Apartments TAMPINES AVE. HDB. mats Furn 3 bdrms. $600. Pis. call *****28/ *****88 THE PLAZA, 2-RM. apt. High fir facing sea F/furn. $1,200. Contact Mr. Sing, *****78. 108 Accommodation Available: Rooms ORCHARD AREA F/furn, bathrm attached, aircon., carpeted, sauna, squash, s/pool. Meals, laundry avail. Suitable for foreign

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113 For Sale: Houses D.28 RENOVATED S/STOREY semi-d. 5100 sq.ft. 4 bdrms. Large living hall. Extended living/ dining rm. Covered carporch. With long driveway, new aluminium strip fencing. Reasonable offer secures. Citlprop *****75 D/STOREY INTER. TERR, house for sale at D.19 Tal Keng Gdn. 3* 1 bdrms (1 attached bath),

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113 For Sale: Houses 113 For Sale: Houses 113 For Sale: Houses FREEHOLD imS **wFT, JTCJ» Only 5 Units Left J»W^^ STRATEGICALLY LOCATED: r^r~~~~-_ In one of Singapore's most sought-after neighbourhood sited at /^W»/:^^~~---__ the junction of Bukit Timah Road and Stevens Road (Behind Hotel r i>£fc£*^'O!/v^^^7 Equatorial). 15 minutes

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113 For Sale: Houses 113 For Sale: Houses MORTGAGEES AUCTION SALE to be held on 25th August 1986 at 2.30 pm, Jupiter Room, Apollo Hotel Havelock Road 1) 2BengWanßoad Lot 205-41 TS 17 Single storey detached house Land area: 441.3 sq.m. (4,750 sq. ft.) 2) 108 Jalan Lam Hua t

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116 For Sale: HDB Apartments WIND HOUSING SERVICES TEL: *****05/ 4/ 3 5-ROOMED A.M. Kio b1k.259 $170,000 Bedok Reservoir blk 612 711 $135,000 $140,000 Clemanti b1k. 604 $134,000 Crawford Lane blk 461 $178,000 Eunos Cresent blk 22 $1 16.000 Hillview blk 13 $115,000 King George's b1k. 807 $145,000 T.Payoh b1k.217

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116 For Sale: HDB Apartments 3 ROOM WHAMPOA, A.M. Kio $36,000/ M. Parade $42,000/ Bedok $55,000/ Tanjong Pagar $58,000. *****76 4-RM A.M. KIO Blk 301. 411. 537: Bedok Blk. 22, 41, 52. 419: T. Payoh Blk. 175, 226. Price neg. *****84/ *****41. 4-RM.: CLEMENTI W. 81k. 708. ceramic cabinets, well

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117 Properties Wanted 5 WANTED V JURONG EAST N BEDOK ANG MO KIO OTHER AREAS CALL MISS CHOW 732 8288 WE EMPHASIZE ON SERVICE,.. VCHEN6 AND LEW EMTPy PEOPLE'S HOUSING *****21/ *****22 Urgently Wanted HDB Eg! .JGLATSpI UNIWEST *****15/ *****47 BUYERS REQUIRE: e Terraces/ Semi-d/ Bungalows any district Apts: Bayshore.

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118 Factory Spaces 118 Factory Space* PRIME LIGHT INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX 1 1 LI Ift 11 Industrial UN lUN Building H JALAN PEMIMPIN ij| 2 cargoes and 1 passenger lift. Tight Security system Clean and well maintained Competitive rentals UNION TEXTILE CO. (PTE) LTD. 37 Jalan Pemimpin, #01-01, Singapore 2057. TEL:

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121 For Rent: Office Spaces i Jonesl Lang Wootton I 532-3888 I RAFFLES From 1,000 sq.ft. I Matterhorn Building I I OCBC Centre I OCBC Centre South I I Standard Chartered I Bank Building I Straits Trading Building I Tung Centre I UOB Building SUPREME HOUSE SHOP SPACE 255 sq.

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121 For Rent: Office Spaces TONG LEE BLDG. 7th storey off. space. 100 sq.ft. Carpeted. Central aircon Maintenance included. Tel: *****22. FAR EAST SHOPPING Ctr 880/ 1544. Int'l Plaza 463-8000. UIC 2500/ 5000.' 9500 YSC: 296-6666. GOLDEN MILE COMPLEX carpeted office. Partitioned, 442 sq.ft $800 inclusive. HVPC *****48 GOLDEN MILE

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124 For Rent: Shop Spaces FAR EAST SHOPPING CENTRE next to Singapore Hilton SHOP SPACES FROM 185 to 1.077 sq.ft. Reasonable rental Available for immediate occupation. ENQUIRIES: TEL: *****11 S.G. Ng/Shannon/Angie BEACH ROAD GROUND floor shop with road frontage. 1,300 sq.ft. Reasonable rental. Toilet provided with within shop. Tel: *****33/

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136 Cruises 136 Cruises 136 Cruises A holiday on your way to a holiday [SINGAPORE KUANTAN \s^ kV^S^s\" {PACKAGE INCLUDES: CRUISE PASSAGE BERTH ACCOMMODATION COACH TRANSFER AND SIGHTSEEINGS FIRST-CLASS j HOTEL ACCOMMODATION MEALS FACILITIES OF CRUISE: RESTAURANTS DISCOTHEQUE DANCING HALL SWIMMING POOL GYMNASIUM CINEMA/TV/ VIDEO HALL SHOPPING ARCADE FREE ENTERTAINMENT

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137 Tours 137 Tours 137 Tours 137 Tours '■J^^^^'^L Jointly organised with l^^^^^^ußil v^» i^fC^ **Q< air new zEaLano^ Jl I i^^^M 1! ■■~<^^-~^- %a horizon txzx&i'mw WH Mi #W HOLIDAYS qsa^^\. .^i^^^rpTl RRlißfflfflP^HWiß 11/12 Days Scenic $2288/$2388 ST^2^ Rl3mlPS^3 New Zealand Vf^ ■■^■mihmß^ml 15 Days Bay of Islands and

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x— CB9 PERTH tou*—^ I f^ ief Beaton iK^ ~^S DEER FARM 6 ROSE GARDEN. Or i i \~^l n N?{ i i i i— t— /~7 Try Horse Riding See Sheep Shearing! 5 nf^ Now Full-Board (All Meals Incl) IT™" With No Increase In Pric«S Offer Till 3 1

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137 Tours 137 Tours I I _JPA»LY DEPARTURE) I IGENTING N PENAWG (Pearl of the Orient) ENTING RON I HIGIUAIIDj B^EWfIWIiGHLANDS (Casino Hotel) 1 9BHHHBOHH^HHBMHHBHBB| ""i^ iS^iniiiii ill mJ I OSSS #DHrNASTYBSS No. 1 Tour Operator to Australia presents No.l VALUE PACKAGES TO AUSTRALIA b 7 SIJV 7 r^^nK(S\ Ideal

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146 Foreign Education 146 Foreign Education i We Assist students in ■^■H^^ I admissions to accredited *tA~ Colleges/Universities for: Sjp ••> jf) I- High School Diploma >S^ v> f •Gc fc O'/'K levels A r CK. Mof\\. i h/l Ext. LLB program ir^\ ft JaTaWllWi r^ii (Univ. of London) Tr

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148 Computer Courses COMPUTER COMMERCIAL SCHOOL WC& G418(747) I 10PM PART I/I I 1 Incorporating... FREE computer packages training Flexible schedule for part-timers Scholarship awards for I students I Personalised tutoring I available on requests^! ■f TEL: *****80/*****50^ M #05-22/23/24/25 V m Peninsula Plaza BASIC PROGRAMMING 18/8 Am A Ntght,

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148 Computer Courses 148 Computer Courses 148 Computer Courses 148 Computer Courses 148 Computer Courses f^^BIBmySafSBBB* I JL I Ml l Jrih i M L^^n*^aV.^^^^-Lj-L.a^L?^B- GET A RECOGNISED COMPUTER QUALIFICATION AT INFORMATICS OUR CREDITS 4 BRITISH COMPUTER SOCIETY PART I EXAM -Full Part Time First Computer School accorded full recognition

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150 Commercial/ 150 Commercial/ Technical Courses Technical Courses AT UNITED you are assured of QUALITATIVE TRAINING by experienced Lecturers Please enrol early for the following Courses: ACCOUNTING IMPORT EXPORT ADVERTISING IJUM. BUSINESS STATISTICS JAPANESE (Stage I) COST ACCOUNTING JAPANESE (Stage II) COMMERCIAL lAW MARKETING ENGLISH FOR COMMERCE PUBLIC RELATIONS ECONOMICS

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150 Commercial/ Technical Courses NEW AFTERNOON A EVENING CLASSES IN SEPTEMBER e INTERIOR DESIGN A DECORATION e GRAPHIC DESIGN (Advertising Art) e ADVANCED GRAPHIC DESIGN a FA ARTIST TRAINING COURSE e AIRBRUSH TECHNIQUE e ARCHITECTURAL DRAUGHTSMENSHIP AND BUILDING CONSTRUCTION e FASHION DESIGN (Full-time A Part-time) e O' A 'A' LEVEL

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153 Driving Instruction FULL COURSE 5370, guaranteed basic theory, free final theory, hourly driving Tel: *****49 HUA LOONG DRIVING Ctr Fetch send. Full courses g'teed. Free final theory. Call: *****68/ *****07**"* PACIFIC DRIVING SCHOOL free final theory lectures. *****62 Tiong Bahru/ *****78 Thomson. 154 Dancing Instruction i m ANN DANCING

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APPOINTMENTS NOTICES ■MM STANTS RSSOBBI l^^u S'lnts r, m sj-r..». <•», ""n t^"'%.(H» Trlex S«-rvi<-e: S.T.A.N.T.S. RS MIXHI TIMEAD Tel 737W11 PJrt H24 56 8 9MB Sunday Times: 5525.G2 psc. nil t'oslod: SSUI.UU A r%F)|^¥|^JT > )lr€ FMTQ Y(&Fh\/7l L&M Grouting, the leading specialist AjMr^JlHI IIYICIH I^7 P^KV/ Structural Repair,

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TRAINEE MANAGER |f you are looking for a career in the restaurant industry, 'M consider this. j& Despite the current state of economy, we are looking for rapid M expansion of our existing restaurant business and are looking for new restaurant concepts in Singapore and elsewhere in the region. m

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Make the right move in the right direction. Head for a career at IP Cm SBBQdIB Our Research Development Group at Singapore Science ifH iii Park provides challenging opportunities for AUTOMATION 11 11 ENGINEERS Degree in Mechanical/Electronic Engineering from a Hi!;:; recognised university Relevant experience in the area of robotics,

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APPOINTMENTS GOVERNMENT OF NEGARA BRUNEI DARUSSALAM Applications are invited from applicants who are subjects