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The Sunday Times No: 2811 55 CENTS MCI (P) 169/12/89 __-______BB__a_sa__" mmmma am am am mm mmmmaaam JUNE 3, 1990

Economic war breaks out in the Soviet Union [ARTICLE]

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Economic war breaks out in the Soviet Union MOSCOW The first shots in an economic civil war rang out across the Soviet Union on Friday, as whole sections of the country refused to ship foodstuffs beyond their borders and restricted sales to their own residents. The mounting panic threatens to

Seven accords signed at summit [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Seven accords signed at summit Ong Ming Seing Agreements include pact to normalise economic ties for first time in 50 years By Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON President George Bush and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev have announced an agreement that will lead to a landmark treaty to slash US and Soviet strategic

Stray penguins startle sunbathers with surprise landing at East Coast [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Stray penguins startle sunbathers with surprise landing at East Coast ON QUIET afternoons at the East Coast beach, nicely oiled sunbathers either do nothing more than watch an occasional "chick" saunter by, or simply doze off. But recently a group of them were startled to see two penguins swim ashore

Police to get tough with thugs who bully others [ARTICLE]

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Police to get tough with thugs who bully others POLICE are declaring war on louts who bully, harass and threaten people. They view such behaviour with as much concern as that of murderers and rapists. Such bullying ways, if left unchecked, could in time leave people wondering if it is

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S'pore beat KL 3-1 in semi-pro league: Page 32

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Trade accord paves way for better economic ties More reports: Page 8

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UNWED MUMS' FEAR [ARTICLE]

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UNWED MUMS' FEAR I Fear, not calculated cruelty, is the driving force behind the abandoning of babies by young, unwed mothers. This was the response of counsellors from three organisations, which provide help to unwed mothers, to an angry outburst from some members of the public over the latest incident

FOR ELEPHANTS' SAKE [ARTICLE]

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FOR ELEPHANTS' SAKE elephants now roaming Pulau Tekong must be removed from the island to safeguard the people on the island as well as for their own good. The executive director of the Singapore Zoological Gardens, Mr Bernard Harrison, said yesterday that Pulau Tekong, used for military training, is unsuitable

INJUNCTIONS – ANYTHING GOES [ARTICLE]

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INJUNCTIONS ANYTHING GOES Pigs, copywatches and children have been the subject of court injunctions. Legal experts say almost anything can be made the subject of an injunction, however trivial the matter. Although the case may sound trivial to others, all an applicant needs to do is prove that his legal

CALL TO PUNISH TARDY BOSSES [ARTICLE]

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CALL TO PUNISH TARDY BOSSES THE National Trades Union Congress and its affiliates have hit out at employers who are late in their Central Provident Fund payments, saying they should be taken to court to face "exemplary punishment". In the latest issue of NTUC News, unionists reminded that employers' CPF

USE OF BAHASA IN COURTS [ARTICLE]

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USE OF BAHASA IN COURTS The Malaysian Bar Council will monitor the use of Bahasa Malaysia in the courts over me next three months and list some of the problems so that the authorities could sort them out, The Star reported yesterday. Council president S. Theivanthiran also said in Ipoh

PLAN TO DEVELOP BINTAN [ARTICLE]

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PLAN TO DEVELOP BINTAN Bintan, an Indonesian island just south of Singapore, is to be developed as a future industrial centre, Mines and Energy ministerhas reportedly said. Stating this after a trip to the island which lies just next to Batam in the Riau islands group, Minister Ginanjar Kartasasmita told

CHINA S COSTLY STABILITY [ARTICLE]

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CHINA S COSTLY STABILITY In the year since China's 85-year-old senior leader Deng Xiaoping summoned the army to crush a popular movement for democracy, the Communist Party has consolidated its control more successfully than many expected. Stability is the party's official watchword and Chinese dissidents say it has been achieved,

EQUAL PAY SCHEME HITS SNAGS [ARTICLE]

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EQUAL PAY SCHEME HITS SNAGS Four years ago, the state of Washington began a programme that raised the pay for government jobs typically considered "women's work" to that of men's doing comparable work. However, the programme has had its share of problems, including male employees leaving for more lucrative private-sector

EC BEEF ROW WORSENS [ARTICLE]

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EC BEEF ROW WORSENS The European Community, fuelling a major international row over "mad cow" disease, has threatened France and West Germany with legal action unless they lift bans on British beef imports. EC Agriculture Commissioner Ray MacSharry on Friday also threatened Luxembourg with similar action. But Luxembourg angrily denied

Ceasefire useless without world's backing: Sihanouk [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ceasefire useless without world's backing: Sihanouk Kwan Weng Kin International control mechanism 'vital for enforcing the peace' By Tokyo Correspondent TOKYO Cambodian resistance leader Prince Norodom Sihanouk said here yesterday that even if rival Cambodian factions agreed to a ceasefire, it would have no real effect unless there was international

227 Muslims' pilgrimage plans in jeopardy if tour agency fails to repay money [ARTICLE]

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227 Muslims' pilgrimage plans in jeopardy if tour agency fails to repay money Salim Osman By DISMAY shrouds the hopes of 227 Muslim pilgrims whose Mecca trip hinges on how soon an unauthorised agency which had collected their money for the trip hands it back. Their anxiety is that that

What it should have been [ARTICLE]

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What it should have been IN THE report "Flags for private estates" on Friday, the cost of state flags with poles was wrongly given as $5.50 by the People's Association. The PA has clarified that the cost should be $6.

PM Lee arrives in Berlin to a surprise meeting with East Berlin mayor [ARTICLE]

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PM Lee arrives in Berlin to a surprise meeting with East Berlin mayor Alan John By in Berlin BERLIN A pleasant surprise awaited Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew when he arrived here yesterday on the final stop of his three-week trip to Turkey, France, Britain and Germany. His host, West

Vietnam allows top-level defector to see his family [ARTICLE]

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Vietnam allows top-level defector to see his family HANOI Vietnam for the first time has allowed a high-level defector, Hoang Van Hoan, to see his family, and is considering a request that he be permitted to return from China, a Vietnamese government official said yesterday. The government allowed Hoan's wife

Robbers in ski masks stab woman to death and beat up cleaner [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Robbers in ski masks stab woman to death and beat up cleaner 'I could not see the other woman but I heard sounds of a struggle and a scream. When I tried to free myself, one of the men kicked me.' Madam Le?, who was tied up and blindfolded. Police

Soviets may close Chernobyl [ARTICLE]

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Soviets may close Chernobyl MOSCOW The Ukrainian authorities are considering closing down the Chernobyl power plant, the site of the world's worst nuclear accident in April 1966, a senior official told Agence FrancePresse Saturday. Mr Alexandr Karasiuk, press relations chief for Pripit, the scientific body in charge of administering the

China tested a 'second generation' H-bomb: Report [ARTICLE]

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China tested a 'second generation' H-bomb: Report Swedish observatory first to detect Mast tremors on May 26 BEIJING China said yesterday that it had successfully tested a "secondgeneration hydrogen bomb". The Beijing-controlled Wen Wei Po newspaper in Hongkong, quoting a reliable source, said the bomb was detonated on May 26

Actor Rex Harrison dies of cancer at 82 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Actor Rex Harrison dies of cancer at 82 LONDON British actor Rex Harrison, whose stage and screen career spanned more than six decades, died in New York at the age of 82, his agent Lawrence Evans said yesterday. Harrison, who was appearing in a Broadway production until three weeks ago,

Beijing seals off Tiananmen on anniversary of crackdown [ARTICLE]

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Beijing seals off Tiananmen on anniversary of crackdown BEIJING China's hardline communist authorities, fearing a new bout of unrest on the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, tightened their security noose around Beijing and closed the square to the public yesterday. On June 4 last year, army tanks rolled into

And now, it's the turn of the South Korean riot police to run riot [ARTICLE]

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And now, it's the turn of the South Korean riot police to run riot SEOUL One of the last groups not to have rioted in South Korea joined in yesterday: Riot police ran riot in the southern city of Pusan to express their grievances, press reports said. About 120 riot

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STATISTICS THAT SHAPE THE COUNTRY Europe is top investor Europe has overtaken Japan and the United States to emerge as the top foreign source of investments for the Republic. Last year, it accounted for about 28 per cent of total m am lecturing investment commitments, up from around 18 per

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Showers over a few areas in the afternoon. TEMP. (C) up to 6 a.m. tomorrow: 34 max., 26 min. SUNSET today: 7.07 pm; SUNRISE tomorrow: 6.58 am. TRAVELLERS' HEATHER Amsterdam 7/20 C Goudy Madrid 12/30 C Gear Athens 14/20 C Goudy Manila 24/32 C Rain Anekland *C t Manenw 9/17

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China buys stability at a price one year after Tiananmen: Page 7 In Beijing, how deep are the still waters?: Page 25

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PM Lee optimistic after visit to Stuttgart [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PM Lee optimistic after visit to Stuttgart Alan John PM's visit to W. Germany German state plans to expand trade links with Singapore and Asia-Pacific region By in Stuttgart PRIME Minister Lee Kuan Yew left Germany's southwestern state of Baden Wuerttemberg yesterday, encouraged by its plans to expand economic links

China 'not taking action against Bank of Tokyo' [ARTICLE]

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China 'not taking action against Bank of Tokyo' BEIJING China's central bank yesterday denied reports it had ordered Chinese financial institutions to stop dealing with the Bank of Tokyo as a punishment for its plans to open an office in Taiwan. "This is completely wrong," a People's Bank of China

Police officer Involved in newsman's murder' [ARTICLE]

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Police officer Involved in newsman's murder' COLOMBO A Sri Lankan court has ordered the errest of a senior police officer after the mother of a murdered journalist charged he was involved in the crime, press reports said here yesterday. Magistrate Mrs Rohini Walgama on Friday ordered police authorities to arrest

Gunmen kill two British soldiers in separate attacks [ARTICLE]

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Gunmen kill two British soldiers in separate attacks LONDON A gunman shot dead a British Army major in Dortmund, West Germany, as he drove home with his wife early yesterday, the British Defence Ministry here said. The shooting was announced in London a few hours after gunmen shot three trainee

Minister says journalist not picked up by Indian soldiers [ARTICLE]

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Minister says journalist not picked up by Indian soldiers NEW DELHI Armed men in Indian army uniforms early yesterday picked up a Muslim journalist from his Kashmir home, but the government denied later that any official agency was involved in his disappearance. Mr Yusuf Jameel, 29, who also worked for

EC threatens legal action in row over 'mad cow' disease [ARTICLE]

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EC threatens legal action in row over 'mad cow' disease Paris, Bom told to lift ban on British beef imports BRUSSELS The European Community, fuelling a major international row over "mad cow" disease, has threatened France and West Germany with legal action unless they lift bans on British beef imports.

Ministers of two Germanys meet to unify foreign policy [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ministers of two Germanys meet to unify foreign policy BERLIN The foreign ministers of West and East Germany began talks in East Berlin on Friday on harmonising foreign policy, reaffirming that a reunited Germany would be firmly anchored in the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. The West German minister, Mr Hans-Dietrich

E. Germany to end all Berlin border controls from July 1 [ARTICLE]

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E. Germany to end all Berlin border controls from July 1 EAST BERLIN East Germany said on Friday it would end all border controls around West Berlin from July 1, effectively reuniting the city nearly three decades after it was split by the Berlin Wall. "The Cabinet took the decision

Bonn passes strict laws to control export of arms [ARTICLE]

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Bonn passes strict laws to control export of arms BONN The West German Parliament adopted strict arms export controls on Friday, 17 months after a West German firm was found to have helped Libya build an alleged chemical weapons plant. Economics Minister Helmut Haussmann said West German export laws would

China buys stability at a price one year after Tiananmen [ARTICLE]

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China buys stability at a price one year after Tiananmen BEIJING In the year since China's 85-year-old senior leader Deng Xiaoping summoned the army to crush a popular movement for democracy, the Communist Party has consolidated its control more successfully than many expected. But recent signs of disunity in the

WORLD BRIEFS

Dow hits 2,900-point mark [ARTICLE]

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Dow hits 2,900-point mark NEW YORK The Dow Jones industrial average scaled the 2,900-point benchmark on Friday to set another high just as the final bell sounded. The Dow closed at 2,900.97, up 24.31, as news about the economy specifically a report on weak May employment eased fears on inflation

Red faces at 'navel academy' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Red faces at 'navel academy' WASHINGTON The future elite of the US navy, the 990 graduates of the US Naval Academy, are walking around with diplomas unlike any other in the 145-year history of the famed school, and top naval officers are walking around red-faced. Diplomas handed out on Wednesday

X-ray 'eyes' in space [ARTICLE]

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X-ray 'eyes' in space CAPE CANAVERAL (Florida) A three-country astronomy satellite bearing a telescope and a camera with X-ray vision was sent into space on Friday atop an unmanned Delta 2 rocket. Scientists from the United States, West Germany and Britain hope the satellite will show them the structure of

Baby Doc' Duvalier divorced [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Baby Doc' Duvalier divorced SANTO DOMINGO Former Haitian dictator Jean Claude Duvalier and his wife, Ms Michelle Bennet, were granted a divorce here on May 7, with custody of their two children given to the mother, sources close to the family said on Friday. A former lawyer of Mr Duvalier

15 die in cable car accident [ARTICLE]

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15 die in cable car accident MOSCOW Two cable cars plunged 20 m to the ground, killing 15 people and injuring 45 in the centre of the Georgian capital, Tbilisi, on Friday, the Health Ministry in the Soviet republic said. A ministry official said the main cable snapped as the

Indian Airlines' smoking ban [ARTICLE]

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Indian Airlines' smoking ban NEW DELHI Indian Airlines, India's state-owned carrier, will prohibit smoking on all domestic flights from Wednesday, the company announced yesterday. The ban will not apply on its international flights to Colombo, Sri Lanka, Karachi, Kabul or Singapore. Indian Airlines, India's biggest domestic airline, already bans smoking

New vaccine protects chimps against Aids [ARTICLE]

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New vaccine protects chimps against Aids NEW YORK Scientists announced that they had developed an experimental vaccine that protected chimpanzees against infection from the Aids virus. Although the vaccine was tested in only two animals and has yet to be tested in people, researchers say the findings may lead to

Swedish Parliament slams violence aimed at refugees [ARTICLE]

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Swedish Parliament slams violence aimed at refugees STOCKHOLM Sweden's Parliament on Friday condemned a recent upsurge of violence against refugee centres, but adopted tighter controls for refugees seeking asylum. In the latest incidents, unknown assailants threw stones and fire bombs at two refugee transit points outside Stockholm early on Friday,

US-Soviet trade accord paves way for better economic ties [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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US-Soviet trade accord paves way for better economic ties WASHINGTON Washington and Moscow's decision to sign a trade agreement reflects a cautious step-by-step process which both sides are taking to improve economic relations, analysts said. But they added that obstacles could still crop up. US Secretary of State James Baker

Trade status: US accused of double standard [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Trade status: US accused of double standard Ong Ming Seing By Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev on Friday accused the US of applying a double standard by withholding the most-fa-voured-nation (MFN) trade status from his country while granting it to China. Speaking to congressional leaders invited to the

Soviet leader proposes council to chart Germany's path [ARTICLE]

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Soviet leader proposes council to chart Germany's path WASHINGTON In a move to break a summit stalemate, President Mikhail Gorbachev proposed the creation of a "greater European Council" to play a decisive role in shaping the military future of Germany. The United States and the Soviet Union would participate in

More to life than ambition, Barbara and Raisa tell graduating women [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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More to life than ambition, Barbara and Raisa tell graduating women WELLESLEY (Massachusetts) First ladies Barbara Bush and Raisa Gorbachev stepped out of their husbands' shadows on Friday and declared at an elite women's university here that there were better things in life than success or ambition. The day was

Arms reduction treaty 'may be more symbolic than real' [ARTICLE]

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Arms reduction treaty 'may be more symbolic than real' WASHINGTON The superpowers are billing their nearly completed arms reduction treaty as a step towards ending the arms race. Private experts said on Friday, however, that its value may be more symbolic than real. The deal would carry a potent political

What's been achieved so far [ARTICLE]

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What's been achieved so far HEBE, at a glance, are the US-Soviet agreements announced on Friday: A "framework" accord on the major elements of a Strategic Arms Redaction Treaty to reduce each side's arsenal of long-range nuclear weapons by about one-third over a seven-year period. Commitment to completing Start by

Common world vision eludes leaders despite accords [ARTICLE]

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Common world vision eludes leaders despite accords R. W. Apple lnl By WASHINGTON Presidents Bush and Gorbachev have done better on the issues that constitute the legacy of the Cold War than on the issues thrown up by its demise. With two days of formal negotiations in Washington over, both

Seoul and Moscow 'set to establish ties by August' [ARTICLE]

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Seoul and Moscow 'set to establish ties by August' SEOUL South Korea and the Soviet Union will probably set up full diplomatic ties by August and their presidents could exchange visits by the year's end, state radio yesterday quoted a senior ruling party official as saying. Mr Kim Young Sam,

Pope meets Daai Lama for talks at Vatican [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Pope meets Daai Lama for talks at Vatican VATICAN CITY Pope John Paul II and the Dalai Lama discussed religion and world peace at a 20-minute meeting on Friday, the Vatican said. There was no mention by the Vatican of any discussions on Tibet, from where the Buddhist leader fled

20,000 foreigners turn themselves in to Japanese authorities [ARTICLE]

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20,000 foreigners turn themselves in to Japanese authorities TOKYO More than 20,000 illegal foreign workers surrendered to Japanese authorities before a new immigration law came into effect on Friday, immigration officials said. More than 10,000 foreigners asked to be deported last month alone, bringing to more than 20,000 the number

Commodities exchange set up by Moscow city officials [ARTICLE]

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Commodities exchange set up by Moscow city officials MOSCOW The city of Moscow, now controlled by radicals, has formed a rudimentary commodities exchange as the first step towards a market economy. The exchange was created in an attempt to improve the distribution of desperatelyneeded goods, such as construction materials and

Taiwan criticises new Tokyo visa rule [ARTICLE]

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Taiwan criticises new Tokyo visa rule TOKYO Taiwan has protested over a regulation taking effect on Friday that removes the right of Taiwan citizens to remain in Japan for 72 hours without a visa. A spokesman for Taiwan's unofficial embassy in Tokyo, the Association of East Asian Relations, said on

Soviet army 'diverting funds to build secret plants' [ARTICLE]

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Soviet army 'diverting funds to build secret plants' MOSCOW The Soviet army is using funds meant for converting military factories tp civilian production to build secret new plants, a leading anti-military campaigner said on Friday. "For two years, they have been feeding the people fairy tales about converting factories. It

PEOPLE

Maggie 'loves' Beatles songs [ARTICLE]

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Maggie 'loves' Beatles songs BRITISH Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher last week confessed to a strong admiration for the songs of the Beatles and indulged in a little musical creativity by playing a set of drums at the pop group's former Abbey Road studios in London. On a visit to the

Chiang's kidnapper feted [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Chiang's kidnapper feted picture THE man who kidnapped Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek in China back in 1936 and spent the next 54 years in seclusion celebrated his 90th birthday in Taiwan on Friday in his first public appearance. General Chang Hsueh-liang, known as the "Young Marshal", spent at least 30 years

Inoue helped pen apology [ARTICLE]

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Inoue helped pen apology KWAN WENG KIN JAPAN'S most celebrated author, Mr Yasushi Inoue, had a hand in crafting the words of regret expressed by Emperor Akihito recently over Japan's occupation of the Korean Peninsula earlier this century, according to press reports here. Although visiting South Korean President Roh Tae

Fei Fei enlists as Unlcef envoy [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Fei Fei enlists as Unlcef envoy FOO CHOY PENG ENTERTAINER Lydia Sum Tin-ha, better known as "Fei Fei" to her fans, is now a goodwill ambassador of the United Nations Children's Fund. Ms Sum will help promote a set of videos on children's classics to raise funds for the immunisation

Many structures in LA 'not safe from quakes' [ARTICLE]

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Many structures in LA 'not safe from quakes' Aftershocks in Romania LOS ANGELES Califor-nia-is have long known that many of the state's freeways, bridges and buildings might not withstand a major earthquake, but a new report from a state-appointed commission has concluded that even many structures thought to have been

US state scheme to raise women's wages hits snags [ARTICLE]

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US state scheme to raise women's wages hits snags OLYMPIA (Washington) Four years ago the state of Washington, prodded by its biggest public employee union, struck a celebrated blow for women when it began a programme intended to raise the pay for government jobs typically considered "women's work". By setting

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Pertamina to build 3 oil refineries in Riau and Irian Jaya [ARTICLE]

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Pertamina to build 3 oil refineries in Riau and Irian Jaya JAKARTA The state oil company, Pertamina, will be building three large oil refineries in the provinces of Riau and Irian Jaya. Spokesman Trabani Ismail said each of the plants would have a processing capacity of 120,000 barrels per day.

Jakarta to develop Bintan into an industrial centre [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Jakarta to develop Bintan into an industrial centre Oil refinery and aluminium plants planned for the island BINTAN, an Indonesian island just south of Singapore, will be developed as a future industrial centre, the Mines and Energy Minister has reportedly said. Making the announcement after a trip to the island,

Plan in line with the idea of a Triangle of Growth [ARTICLE]

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Plan in line with the idea of a Triangle of Growth INDONESIA'S plan to develop Bintan fits into the general picture of an investment boom in the Riau islands arising from improving economic co-operation between Singapore and Indonesia. The strengthening economic ties in turn form part of the idea now

Manila troops put up show of force against NPA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Manila troops put up show of force against NPA Foreign aid workers told they could be targets of rebel attacks ANGELES Hundreds of Filipino troops backed by armoured vehicles staged a show of force against communist rebels yesterday after US officials barred American troops from leaving nearby Clark Air Base

Sudomo, 63, to marry former film star: Paper [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sudomo, 63, to marry former film star: Paper RETIRED Admiral Sudomo, the 63-year-old Indonesian Coordinating Minister for Political and Security Affairs, is to marry a former film star. The Jakarta Post said the wedding might take place tomorrow. Adm Sudomo himself however said it would only be an engagement. He

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Bar Council will monitor use of Bahasa in courts [ARTICLE]

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Bar Council will monitor use of Bahasa in courts THE Bar Council will monitor the use of Bahasa Malaysia in the courts over the next three months and list some of the problems so that the authorities could sort them out, The Star reported yesterday. Council president S. Theivanthiran said

100 S'pore cabbies unable to get JB permits [ARTICLE]

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100 S'pore cabbies unable to get JB permits ABOUT 100 Singapore taxi drivers have been unable to operate between the Republic and Johor Baru since Thursday because they had not been able to renew their permits, The Star reported yesterday. Singapore-registered taxis require the permits to operate in Johor. Several

G-15 adopts joint stand on cutting Third World debt [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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G- 1 5 adopts joint stand on cutting Third World debt KUALA LUMPUR Fifteen developing countries have hammered out a joint stand onTeducing Third World debt to Strengthen their bargaining position with creditors and rich nations, a senior Malaysian official said yesterday. Mr Ahmad Kamil Jaafar, Secretary-General of the Malaysian

US labour body calls again for halt to GSP perks [ARTICLE]

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US labour body calls again for halt to GSP perks WASHINGTON A leading United States labour organisation has again called on the US to withdraw trade privileges from Malaysia on the grounds that it lags far behind in its respect for the basic rights of workers. "Malaysia deserves to lose

ISA detention of 3 Sabahans 'has nothing to do with coming polls' [ARTICLE]

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ISA detention of 3 Sabahans 'has nothing to do with coming polls' KUALA LUMPUR The recent detention of three Sabahans under the Internal Security Act had nothing to do with the coming state election, Deputy Home Minister Datuk Seri Megat Junid Megat Ayub said. However, he was not sure of

Ashes of six hanged drug traffickers' flown to HK [ARTICLE]

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Ashes of six hanged drug traffickers flown to HK KUALA LUMPUR Urns containing the ashes of six of the eight Hongkong drug traffickers hanged in Malaysia were flown to the British colony yesterday, an official of the Penang Salvation Army said. "The relatives of the six carried the urns to

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S'pore makes bid to host Chess Olympiad in 1994 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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S'pore makes bid to host Chess Olympiad in 1 994 World championships for youth now under way here CHESS enthusiasts here may get the chance to see world-class chess masters at play if Singapore's bid to host the Chess Olympiad in 1994 is successful. Dr Wong Yip Chong, president of

Look out guys, here's Sofia to check you out [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Look out guys, here's Sofia to check you out Julia Goh By HERE'S a plucky girl who is confident of beating not only the boys, but the men too, hands down at chess. Hungarian Sofia Polgar, 15, is here for the under 16 and under-18 World Chess Championships being held

Unwed mums abandon babies out of fear, say counsellors [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Unwed mums abandon babies out of fear, say counsellors Foo Slang Luon By FEAR, not calculated cruelty, is the driving force behind the abandoning of babies by young, unwed mothers. This was the response of counsellors from three organisations which provide help to unwed mothers to an angry outburst from

Special Olympics open with a torch relay run [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Special Olympics open with a torch relay run THE Olympics are back in town the Singapore National Special Olympic Games, that is. Over 400 local and foreign intellectu-ally-disabled athletes are here to compete in the three-day event which started yesterday. This is the second time that Singapore has hosted the

Singapore stars to perform at Global Strategies dinner [ARTICLE]

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Singapore stars to perform at Global Strategies dinner THE three-day Global Strategies Conference starting tomorrow, includes a Gala Dinner which promises to be an evening to remember. Tuesday night's dinner for the 1,000 foreign and local corporate bigwigs attending the conference will showcase the best of Singapore's artistic talent. The

Rare African monkeys on display at zoo [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Rare African monkeys on display at zoo THEY cut distinguished figures in black and white. What makes these Colobus monkeys of Africa striking is their silky, long, white shoulder hair, which either hangs down their shoulders or goes round the back, resembling a cape. Five of these monkeys are on

Elephants must be removed for 'own good' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Elephants must be removed for 'own good' Conditions on Pulau Tekong not suitable for them, says zoo THE three wild elephants now roaming Pulau Tekong must be removed from the island to safeguard the people on the island as well as for their own good. The executive director of the

Bank official under corruption probe leapt to his death [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Bank official under corruption probe leapt to his death A DEPUTY general manager with the Bank of China leapt to his death from the home of a businessman as he was depressed over an investigation by the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau, a coroner's court heard on Friday. Chan Chwee Chiew,

Teacher went on shopping spree with stolen credit cards [ARTICLE]

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Teacher went on shopping spree with stolen credit cards A TEENAGE kindergarten teacher stole a colleague's wallet from a locker they shared and used the two credit cards it contained to make fraudulent purchases amounting to about $5,800. Ngan Hui Sim, 17, yesterday admitting stealing Mrs Ng Hong Kiew's wallet,

Almost anything goes for court injunctions [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Almost anything goes for court injunctions Serene Lim By PIGS, copywatches and children have been the subject of court injunctions. Legal experts, commenting on the appearance in recent months of such varied subjects in court actions, say almost anything can be made the subject of an injunction. Although the case

Legal tussles over sprinter Haron, an elder and a house [ARTICLE]

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Legal tussles over sprinter Haron, an elder and a house INJUNCTIONS may be permanent or temporary. An interim injunction is a temporary or "stop-gap" measure which continues until trial or until the matter is resolved. A permanent injunction may be granted at the end of a hearing. In urgent applications,

Mural captures nation's history [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mural captures nation's history SINGAPORE then and now both are depicted In a mini which can now be seen at the Raffles Place MRT station. The simple kampong houses and sailing ships of yesteryear (top left) are la «e half of the moral, which is displayed In two sections, and

Flare-ups over minor incidents on the rise [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Flare-ups over minor incidents on the rise A MINOR road accident, a decision not to buy an item from a shop and a quarrel over taxi fare all led to people being beaten up. These were some of the cases which Professor S. Jayakumar, Minister for Law and Home Affairs),

Sporty start to this year's Family Week [ARTICLE]

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Sporty start to this year's Family Week FAMILY participation in sports will launch this year's Family Week which seeks to promote healthy parent-child relationship and a good home life. This will be the first time that the two national series of family-oriented activities, Family Week and Family Sports, will be

Arts Fest tickets: Returns may be available [ARTICLE]

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Arts Fest tickets: Returns may be available ARTS buffs who missed tickets to their favourite shows at the Singapore Festival of Arts can still hope for returned tickets. A festival spokesman said such tickets may still be available. Generally, tickets for festival events are not refundable but sponsors may return

Robbers' accident ploy [ARTICLE]

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Robbers' accident ploy AN "ACCIDENT" on Tuesday caused a dent in the car and pockets of two men. Police said Mr Lau Hi Tiang, 43, a money changer, was with Mr Tjioe Lie Guan, 49, when a car hit their vehicle along West Coast Rise at 12.30 pm. As both

Tree used as symbol of caring and growth [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Tree used as symbol of caring and growth A Caring Family Is A Growing Family Kl'U AUC.AYANO. MI-SKA ADAI.AH KKI.IIAKGA YAN'C, MHMBINA THE tree, this year's Family Week logo, symbolises strong family ties, the "fruits" of family care and continued growth. Based on the concept of the family tree, the

3 youths beat up victim and tried to set him on fire [ARTICLE]

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3 youths beat up victim and tried to set him on fire A DISTRICT court on Friday called for pre-sentence reports on three youths after they admitted their part in a vicious attack on another youth in a secondary forest a year ago. The court heard that the three, with

Woman jailed for armed robbery [ARTICLE]

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Woman jailed for armed robbery A WOMAN was jailed for 3V. years by a district court on Friday for her part in an armed robbery. Choong Mei Fong, 34, an unemployed divorcee, admitted robbing Madam Goh Gak Kuan, 65, in a lift at Block 12, North Bridge Road, of cash

Dead man found [ARTICLE]

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Dead man found POLICE are looking for the relatives of a man who was found dead in Desker Road on Monday. The body of Mr Ang Ben Chee, 65, was found in his room at 93, Desker Road. His identity card showed his address as 24- A Lorong Kinchir. Relatives

NTUC call to punish bosses tardy with CPF payments [ARTICLE]

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NTUC call to punish bosses tardy with CPF payments THE National Trades Union Congress and its affiliates have hit out at employers who are late in their Central Provident Fund payments, saying they should be taken to court to face "exemplary punishment". In the latest issue of NTUC News, unionists

Friendly hugs are okay for teens but kissing in public is out [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Friendly hugs are okay for teens but kissing in public is out Audrey Wong By- THREE VIEWS B PREGNANCY RISK: "If they continue to kiss and neck, they might go further when they are alone together and something might happen like an unwanted pregnancy." Madam C. H. Ng, 45, a

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What price a wedding feast? [ARTICLE]

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What price a wedding feast? THIS year's bumper crop of weddings has put some strain on guests. They have to dig deeper into their pockets and do the rather delicate thing of estimating how much to give within changing parameters. Is it an Indian, Malay or Chinese wedding? Is it

25 YEARS AGO [ARTICLE]

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25 YEARS AGO What The Straits Times reported on June 2, 1965 TOKYO, Tuesday China declared today that it no longer considers the 17th parallel as the dividing line between North and South Vietnam and that the Vietnam crisis now directly affects Chinese security. It also said North Vietnam has

The Boy Wonder grows up [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The Boy Wonder grows up Flower child-turned-visionary Steve Jobs tries for a comeback with his 'third wave' NeXT computer Last week, Steve Jobs unveiled the NeXT computer in Singapore. He hopes it will help him launch the next revolution in the computer world. LYNETTE ONG of the Economics Desk looks

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There are none so blind as those who refuse to see [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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There are none so blind as those who refuse to see Tan Sai Siong Singapore is not an antiseptic prison which the vindictiveness of the likes of British journalist Bernard Levin would persistently and falsely purvey ONE thing which I found distressing on reading the reports of the Prime Minister's

Part-timing to fill labour gaps: Look before you leap [ARTICLE]

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Part-timing to fill labour gaps: Look before you leap Mary Kwang If employers increase the number of permanent part-time jobs within their organisations, who knows whether it will trigger off unfortunate side effects? MY FIRST reaction, when I read a recent newspaper story about the architect who quit his job

Tun Hussein Onn, man of Malaysia: a personal appreciation [ARTICLE]

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Tun Hussein Onn, man of Malaysia: a personal appreciation Noordin Sopiee 'With too much publicity, you cannot be humble. You can come to a stage where you feel you can't be wrong. What I do is important. But me, I'm not important.' Tun Hussein I WRITE this in the quiet

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In Beijing, how deep are the still waters? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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In Beijing, how deep are the still waters? JOHN GITTINGS A year after the Tiananmen showdown (left), calm has returned to the lives of Beijing's residents. But many still reject the Communist Party's slogans and some have found solace in semi-magical cults, reports of the Guardian. Everyone insists that the

'China's leaders will not allow disintegration of nation'" [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'China's leaders will not allow disintegration of nation'" IN his new book The Search For Modern China, Yale University historian Jonathan Spence argues the need to look into the events and voices of the last four centuries to comprehend the forces shaping its destiny. Here, he talks to the US

SINGAPORE RACE GUIDE [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE RACE GUIDE Ratings 70-50 Stakes $19,000 1 XXXXX0 Summer Session 10 (4amg M Breukelen Summer Session )d2 Wan f 4 57 2 As You Wish 4 (6ag Zafir-As You Wish) g <H WYChee +1.5 56.5 3 XXXXX- Rocket Red 8 (4nzg Mullins K&L)gh dl Chua 56 5 4 -984-0

Lord Charine to rule [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Lord Charine to rule 1.45 SINGAPORE PREVIEW By Malcolm Bastians LORD CHARINE, who won handsomely in his debut last Sunday, looks set to lord over his rivals in the $48,000 Thai Chay Cup (Race 5) at Bukit Timah this afternoon. Betted down as an extra good thing last Sunday, the

THE EXPERTS' SELECTIONS [ARTICLE]

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THE EXPERTS' SELECTIONS ace M Baatiana Fred Quek Ron Tao 5 JACK FLASH 7 NOBLE PRIZE 12 ENDURANCE 1 8 YARD OF ALE 8 YARO OF ALE 7 NOBLE PRIZE 3 ROCKET RED 12 ENDURANCE 5 JACK FLASH 4 FOOTBALL 5 GORENG 3 CERRABOUTS 2 5 GOPENG 1 SHAMA KARUNA

SPORT IN SHORT

Johnson to be reinstated in September [ARTICLE]

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Johnson to be reinstated in September The Canadian Track and Field Association is prepared to reinstate disgraced sprinter Ben Johnson in September, regardless of any outside pressure they may face. "Let's make it clear," association president Paul Dupre said in Ottawa on Friday. "Come. ..Hell or high water, it is

US sprint duo in year's best [ARTICLE]

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US sprint duo in year's best American sprinteis Leroy Burrell and Michael Johnson ran the fastest 100 and 200 metres in the world this season at the US Collegiate championships in Durham, North Carolina, on Friday. Burrell, won his 100m semifinal heat in an impressive lO.Olsec, while Johnson clocked a

Legend Davis bows out [ARTICLE]

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Legend Davis bows out Fred Davis bowed out of snooker after 60 years in the sport in Blackpool, England, on Friday following a 10-5 defeat by Irishman Jason Prince in the play-offs for the professional game. Davis, 76, the English legend was eight times World champion from 1948.

Pryor ready to fight [ARTICLE]

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Pryor ready to fight Aaron Pry or, who is legally blind in his left eye but won a Wisconsin bout last month, says his eyesight is fine and he is ready to fight again. Pryor, 34, a former junior welterweight champion said in Cincinnati on Thursday he hopes to arrange

'Lost' Cup is returned [ARTICLE]

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'Lost' Cup is returned The World Rugby League Cup, recently discovered on a rubbish dump 20 years after it was stolen, was returned to the British Rugby League in Leeds on Friday. Stephen Uttley, who found the ornate silver trophy handed it back to the authorities.

Greatbatch is fined [ARTICLE]

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Greatbatch is fined New Zealand batting ace Mark Greatbatch has been fined by his tour management after a clash with English umpire David Constant last week during the second Texaco Trophy cricket international between the Kiwis and England at The Oval.

Two share the lead [ARTICLE]

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Two share the lead Sam Torrence shot a six-un-der-par 66 in the second round of the British Masters golf tournament in Woburn, England, on Friday for a 134 total and a share of the lead Ith Scot Bill Longmuir. Longmuir had another 67 in his second round which included six

Coaches meeting [ARTICLE]

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Coaches meeting The Singapore Soccer Coaches Association will hold their annual meeting at Jalan Besar Stadium at (9am) today.

SPORT

Coach spotted a real cracker [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Coach spotted a real cracker World Cup soccer countdown: Profile on Brazil's Careca RIO DE JANEIRO Careca, Brazil's top scoring threat in soccer's World Cup, owes his career to the keen eye of a rural coach. As Careca tells it, he was 15 when an uncle took him to try

Shout, don't fight, says Guru [ARTICLE]

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Shout, don't fight, says Guru POONA (India) World Cop fans and players should scream for li minutes at the start of this month's matches to save Italy from hooliganism, the doctor of the late "Free love" Guru Bhagwan Rajneesh said on Friday. "Let everyone at the opening games close their

Big-time Charlie has worst job in the world [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Big-time Charlie has worst job in the world To be truthful my studies are more important to me than playing in the World Cup, even against someone like Maradona.' Charlie Ntamark IT IS estimated that by the time the 52 matches in the World Cup are completed some 26 thousand

SOCCER SHORTS [ARTICLE]

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SOCCER SHORTS SIX days before Argentina's World Cup debut against Cameroon, five Argentine players, including star striker Diego Maradona, are suffering from minor illnesses or sore muscles. Maradona, who led Argentina to victory in the 1986 World Cup, suffered from a cold on Wednesday and had a fever on Friday,

Golf widows beating the handicap [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Golf widows beating the handicap Tay Cheng Khoon With up to 15,000 men now playing golf in Singapore and more getting in on the act every day what does life as a golf widow hold for their wives or girlfriends? Do the members of the fairer sex try and fight

New look on the courses [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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New look on the courses More and more ladies are getting into the swing of things ARE golf widows a dying breed? Will they soon disappear as did the once-popular concubines and polygamy rendered similarly obsolete as society changes with time? Fears for the dodo-like disappearance of the devoted widows

Practice pays off as Alice retains Open Masters crown [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Practice pays off as Alice retains Open Masters crown Peter Khoo BOWLING By FAVOURITE Alice Tay made it a one-horse race as she successfully defended her amateur Tenpin Bowlers' Club Women's Open Masters crown at Kallang BowlerDrome yesterday. The South-east Asia Games gold-medallist whipped her 11-pound ball consistently at the

Peng Siong's hopes for a splash hinge on cash [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Peng Siong's hopes for a splash hinge on cash Shirlynn Ho SWIMMING By SWIM ace Ang Peng Siong is still hoping a generous soul will give him that "once in a lifetime chance" to help him win the Asian Games 50-me-tre gold medal. Once the fastest man across the one

Women face some restrictions at the weekends [ARTICLE]

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Women face some restrictions at the weekends SINGAPORE women may be spending their weekends at the Orchard Road shopping centres, the office or cleaning op the house. But one thing Is for sure they are not ont playing golf. At least not the vast majority. A check at three golf

Singapore players have a mountain to climb [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Singapore players have a mountain to climb Mahmood Gaznavi CRICKET By AMSTERDAM Singapore's cricketers for the mini World Cup tournament arrived here yesterday, mindful of the fact that the task facing them is considerably bigger than what they are capable of delivering. Drawn in Group A with tournament favourites Zimbabwe,

SQUAD [ARTICLE]

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SQUAD Mukhtar Ahmed (captain), Imran Hamid (vice-captain), B. Balakrishnan, Brian Field, Harnam Singh, David How, M. Jeevanathan, Mahmood Gaznavi, B. Murugamoorthy, S. Muruthi, M. Neethianathan, Ravi Chandran, Tom Seal, S. Sivalingam, A. Srimal, Abid Iftikhar. Manager: R. Sivasubramaniam. Umpire: Bachitar Singh.

China gain revenge as Koreans are cut to size [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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China gain revenge as Koreans are cut to size PETER SIOW reports from Tokyo on the Über Cup final and previews today's Thomas Cup final RESULTS China 3 South Korea 2 (Chinese first): Tang Jiuhong bt Hwang Hye Young 11-4 11-0 Huang Hua bt Lee Young Sook 11-5 11-7 Zhou

Incentives not enough to make up for inadequacies [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Incentives not enough to make up for inadequacies THOMAS CUP TODAY'S Thomas Cup badminton final between China and Malaysia in Tokyo will be telecast live on SBC 12 from 12noon. Preview MALAYSIA face more than just an uphill climb in today's Thomas Cup badminton final against China: one that is

Coach Fushou may reconsider retirement plans [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Coach Fushou may reconsider retirement plans CHINESE women's badminton coach Chen Fushou is likely to reconsider his plans to retire following China's 3-2 win over South Korea in the Über Cup final yesterday. Fushou, who has seen the rise and rise of Chinese badminton in the past 27 years, had

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OBITUARIES

321 Deaths 321 Deaths 321 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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321 Deaths 321 Deaths 321 Deaths SEAH KENG LOY AGED: 74 YEARS called homo to bo with tho Lord on Friday Ist Juno 1990 leaving behind: WIFE: Ng Swee Lee (deceased) SON: DAUGHTER-IN-LAW: Alan Chye Yong Wong Lena DAUGHTERS: SONS-IN-LAW: Lucy Huam Kwee Seah Ouan Chye Mabel Huam Kim Ooh

322 Acknowledgements [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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322 Acknowledgements AL-FATEHAH The Family of the Late Mr Haiah Ainl Bte. Mekong Departed: 1/6/ '9O Would like to extend their deepest thanks to A.OO. group NUH, Hewlett Packard, relatives and friends for their assistance during their recent bereavement.

325 Requiems [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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325 Requiems THALAI THEVASAM G. PALANIYANOY Departed 15th May 1989 Thalal Thevasam will be held today 3rd June 1990, 9am at Blk 121, Ylshun St. 11, #06-441, Singapore 2776. Pleat* treat thit a paraonal invitation. Alwayt r«m»ml»r«d by: Wile Mar. aye* Son* P. Ruthirapathi P. Kriahnan Daughter P. Prama Son-in-law

325 Requiems 325 Requiems [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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325 Requiems 325 Requiems i& ftiaQfg-jtb ATHMA SANTHI POOJA for the lata MOM. B NAVANITHAM AMMAL ("AATHAMMA") (1932 picture) Lata V BALAKRISHNA Lata B NAVANITHAM NAMHi AMMAL April 1904 23-10-1958 10-3-1914 22-5-1990 The 16th day ceremonies for the late "Aathamma" would be concluded at 11.00 am today (3.6.90) at the

324 In Memoriam 324 In Memoriam [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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324 In Memoriam 324 In Memoriam IN LOVING MEMORY OF MR. SEAH SIOK KWANQ MDM. LIM MIOW CHENG Departed 9/6/88 Departed 3/6/84 Dearest Mum A Dad, Sad memories of parting we recall. Your love still remains with us all. You were the kind of parents Your loved ones wlll never

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S'pore let the good times roll [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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S'pore let the good times roll GODFREY ROBERT Semi-Pro League, Division One at the National Stadium: Singapore 3 KL 1 A 50,000 crowd enjoy home team's brilliance and Aussie double-act By IT was like the good old days of the Kallang Roar. And Singapore could not have asked for a

End ot talk of bringing FantJi bach [ARTICLE]

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End ot talk of bringing FantJi bach JOE DORAI By FOR ONCE, talk ot getting Fandi Ahmad, and other Singapore footballers based in Malaysia, to rejoin the Republic's squad was not heard at the National Stadium. Last night, these calls were silenced by the explosive performances of Singapore's newest recruits

Selangor trounce Perlis 4-0 [ARTICLE]

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Selangor trounce Perlis 4-0 KANGAR League champions Selangor went on a rampage in the second half to beat Perlis 4-0 in a Semi-Pro Division One soccer match at the Stadium Datuk Sheikh Ahmad yesterday. The win pushed them up into second-place in the table behind Perak who still lead despite

Allergy-hit Steffi proves too strong for Italy's Sandra [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Allergy-hit Steffi proves too strong for Italy's Sandra TENNIS French Open PARIS An ailing Steffi Graf, battling an apparent allergy to clay, still proved too much for Italy's Sandra Cecchini in a lacklustre third round match at the French Open tennis tournament yesterday. The West German World No. 1, who

THE LATE NEWS

Desperate England scrape draw [ARTICLE]

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Desperate England scrape draw England scraped a desperate 1-1 draw in their final World Cup soccer warm-up match against Tunisia yesterday. Hergal put the home side ahead in the 26th minute. Shortly after coming on as a late substitute, Steve Bull scored a 90th minute equaliser from a diving header.

Dynamo win [ARTICLE]

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Dynamo win Champions Dynamo Dresden completed the double yesterday by beating non-league Schwerin 2-1 in the East German soccer cup final.

Ajax shame [ARTICLE]

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Ajax shame Former directors and players of Dutch soccer club AJax will appear in court in Amsterdam from June 12 to answer charges of tax avoidance, embezzlement and bribery.

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The Sunday Times, June 3, 1990 DYNAX TOOOL The worlds most intelligent, most creative autofocus y SIR m^- y "~^^m^L JLtl. INSIDE j CHINA BEAT SOUTH KOREA TO WIN ÜBER CUP Page 31 MALAYSIA v CHINA: THOMAS CUP FINAL PREVIEW Page 31 GOLF WIDOWS IN SINGAPORE: SPECIAL REPORT Page 29

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TODAY'S EVENTSI ATHLETICS Caltex Age-Group heats (NUS, 1.30pm). CRICKET Div 1: SCC H v UWC (SCC, 10.30am). Div 2: SCk Cotts v UWC Schoolboys (IA), SRC v IA fSCRC), SMA v CSC CCSC\ all at I.3^m. CYCLING Track Race senior axvA \\w\iot d\vvs\OT\s <,Aktv% M.o Kio AC, 9am). HOCKEY SHA

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Chinese cinemas, after Tiananmen X 6 Keeping the children satisfied on video 30 Behind the lion's roar 4 /Owu; //*e raz/ i;a/«e of your car -full OiMVlist Stuttgart, birthplace of the Mercedes-Benz WTzsre to £0f during the Arts Festival 4 Comics and Your star 22 wr cw^ te««r^ highlights X

COVER STORY

Watch out, world, here we come [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Watch out, world, here we come Most of the pattern-makers I've worked with are girls fresh from dressmaking courses. If I ask for a soft Armani-style jacket, they go blank. Thomas Wee, designer 4 They're so popular locally that they do collection after collection for department stores each month. When

Who can go the Benetton way? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Who can go the Benetton way? SINGAPORE designers are not completely unknown on the international fashion circuit. Take Yang Derong who was talent-spotted by French designer Jean-Charles de Casteioajac during Singapore Fashion Week 1987. Mr Yang is now Paris-based. Or London-based Benny Ong whose fledgling efforts were snapped up by

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FOOD

If you want a bite before M. Butterfly [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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If you want a bite before M. Butterfly Sin Choon Seng Live Seafood Culture vultures hunger for real food too. So to help them satisfy the other kind of craving, MARGARET CHAN whips out this eating-out guide to the Arts Festival. For a fuller listing, see box on next page.

THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS [ARTICLE]

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THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS Game time GETTING THE GOOSELJVERS Truffles, Dynasty Hotel: 734-MM THE hotel's consultant French chef Roland Mazere uses goose liver and truffles for his natural herb-based dishes. Snails, breast of duck, lobster and goose liver are served with generous sprinklings of frisee, chevil, dill, tarrogon, parsley and mint,

Which porridge is manna from heaven? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Which porridge is manna from heaven? LEE GEOK BOI A MATTER OF TASTE IT MAY not matter in the least what particular flavour of instant porridge you buy because the taste is mostly nondescript. Except for stronger flavours like prawn and cuttlefish, the rest just tasted mostly of monosodium glutamate,

If you are going t0... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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If you are going t0... THE VIC and DRAMA CENTRE Moghul Mahal, #01-11 Colombo Court (tel: 338-7794): a litUe heavy on the butter and ghee but authentic Northern Indian cuisine. Northern Palace Restaurant, #10-00 Colombo Court (tel: 338-4513): for Cantonese food. Most Chin Palace Restaurant, #01-05 Funan Centre (tel: 339-776):

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MOTORING

A guide to your car's [ARTICLE]

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A guide to your car's Government levies are not solely responsible for the high car prices here. This is what the disclosure of the open-market values of cars has shown. Our staff writer reports. THE recent public disclosure of the openmarket values (OMV) of new cars has helped to dispel

worth [ARTICLE]

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worth less than 20 per cent. The Malaysian models are two Proton Sagas, the 1.5 GLX Aeroback and 1.5 GLX Automatic, with mark-ups of 2.8 and 15.4 per cent respectively, while the Spanish Seat Malaga 1.2 XL has an 18 per cent mark-up. The Japanese models are two Mitsubishis, the

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Stuttgart goes places with the Mercedes [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Stuttgart goes places with the Mercedes MAGDALENE LUM is transported back in time during a visit to the Daimler-Benz museum in Stuttgart, a city with lovingly maintained traditions and future-oriented urban planning MENTION Mercedes-Benz and Singaporeans will immediately think of the success and upward mobility linked with the luxury car.

Lei: Garlands with a message of love [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Lei: Garlands with a message of love MOANA TREGASKIS By Maile vine is believed to be sacred to the gods. Hula dancers seek inspiration from the goddess Laka by wearing maile leis. THE giving of a flower lei, with its message of love, is a gracious Hawaiian custom. Everybody wears

City with rich history and shopping haven [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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City with rich history and shopping haven LESS well-known are Stuttgart's rich historical links. For example, did you know that philosophers and poets like Friedrich Hegel and Friedrich Schiller once lived and worked here? Shoppers should also take to this city of 600,000, which lies halfway between Frankfurt and Munich.

Travel notes [ARTICLE]

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Travel notes LUFTHANSA German Airlines offers a special return fare from Singapore to Stuttgart via Frankfurt of $2,482. It is valid fer 90 days. Average hotel rates start from DM 150 c sl6B), but cheaper accommodation is available. For instance, Stuttgart's tourist board has weekend packages (it includes weekdays in

Where currency and the weather fluctuate [ARTICLE]

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Where currency and the weather fluctuate SIMON TAY THE VIEW FROM HERE THE first thing which comes to mind on seeing Bariloche is a Swiss town. These are the things which feed this impression the town is set on the shore of a blue lake, large enough to be a

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SPOTLIGHT Sweden

National Day now being marked by many more Swedes than in the past [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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National Day now being marked by many more Swedes than in the past Message by Mr Finn Bergstrand Ambassador of Sweden WHY do we celebrate National Days? Many countries use their Day of Independence as a day of national celebration and a symbol of national unity. Others may have chosen

Much more than polar bears and blonde, blue-eyed locals [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Much more than polar bears and blonde, blue-eyed locals A special feature to mark Sweden's National Day on June 6 Picture by blonde. It is not without reason that such legendary beauties as Greta Garbo and Ingrid Bergman hail from these shores. Swedes are active and keep themselves healthy. There

A neutral country that cares for its people's well-being [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A neutral country that cares for its people's well-being Expansion of public services The most conspicuous political development has been the expansion over several decades of public services, the idea being for the strong society, as the Social Democrats call it, to assume collective responsibility for people's well-being. Picture by

Summer traditions are full of colour, music, feasting and good fun [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Summer traditions are full of colour, music, feasting and good fun "SOFT month of May welcome to our Earth again!" Those words make up the opening line of the song that is sung each spring at the Walpnrgis Night bonfires held on the night before the first of May. The

Stockholm: A city built on water and 14 islands [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Stockholm: A city built on water and 14 islands STOCKHOLM promotes itself with an endearing lack of modesty as the most beautiful capital city in the world. It is no idle boast and its alternative designation as The Venice of the North is equally well deserved. That is because the

Swedish crystal — story began with Bohemian glassblowers [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Swedish crystal story began with Bohemian glassblowers UNIQUE creativity and great professional skill thes< are phrases often used to describe crystal, one of the most famous ofSweden's products. Crystal is produced in many different glassworks like Kosta, the oldest of them all. The tale of Kosta began in 1742, almost

The Nobel Prize: Finest of research awards [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The Nobel Prize: Finest of research awards THE 10th of December every year is Nobel Prize Day, a tradition dating from 1901. That year, Emil von Behring, inventor of an antidiptheria serum and Wilhelm Konrad Rontgen, inventor of the X-Ray system, were awarded 150,000 Swedish crowns, a regal sum in

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I Sa>" L m M'—m^BWß- _*_f^wW***i (Cheers!) To the people and govern menl of Sweden on your National Day. W TAI {HO A member of the NOL (;n>up uf Companies lUllJu IUUIVO A Kinlandia Holidays Consortium member. f/ftfoE/as~ i •n 1 I i H P i I GADELIUS SEA PTE

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Great Catherine's legacy [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Great Catherine's legacy BACKSTAGE JUNIPER FOO gets an off-the-ringside view of the greatest show on earth RUSSIA'S premier lion tamer was momentarily floored. Not by a cageful of snarling lions or, at the very least, the smell of durians. But by the prickly Singapore heat. Which was why Boris Berukhov,

Just a lot of huffing and puffing [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Just a lot of huffing and puffing TOH HAI LEONG China has been hit the hardest by the events at Tiananmen Square, above. The 2nd Beijing Film Festival has been cancelled and the number of cinema releases cut from an annual 140 to 100. Chow Yuen Fatt, above, often juggles

Sheer deja vu [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sheer deja vu WHANG YEE-LING BACK TO THE FUTURE 111 At Shaw cinemas HAVING traversed the 21st century, wheir can a 1980s young man next go? Why, to the 1880s' Wild West for Marty McFly (played by Michael J. Fox). And here he must rewrite destiny by forestalling the murder

Bloody staples and a good cast [ARTICLE]

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Bloody staples and a good cast WONG KIM HOH FAMILY HONOUR Coming to Eng Wah cinemas THE conflict and turmoil a policeman faces when he has family members who are Mafia members is a theme often explored in Hongkong movies. One example is A Better Tomorrow where Leslie Cheung nearly

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Today Melody Harmonica Society. Asean ■■■^■■■■r^K] 6 pm, Art Affairs. Until June 16. The Foreigners. Self-taught danc- t unes Jf* c assics and P°P son s fc, M-Wtai Art. By Bruce Graners who swing from beach party to b pm> naza m 8 a P ura lImB quist. Abstract calligraphy.

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27 Garage Sale PRE-RENOVATION GARAGE SALE, furniture, flower pots, dragon urns, crockery, sliver, brass Si glassware, electrical goods etc. Today 10am-4pm, 100 University Road, S'pore 1 129 PORTABLE AIRCON.. BEDS, fridge, carpet, dressing/ dining, carrycon., water heater, micro oven, chairs, lamps, vacuum/ carpet cleaner. XXXXX72. 6 Jin. Jamal. CLEARANCE SALE:

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31 Pets/ Pet Cere BENJI-PET 3pecialiM In Local Breeds. New arrival Australia Imported Chow-Chow (fawn), Yorkshire Terrier, Collie. Sheatland Sheepdog, German Shepherd, etc. Local breed Toy Poodle, Chihuahua, Pomeranian, Westles, Silky, Pekinese, OSD. lam's pet food, cages, accessories, etc. Stud services Si grooming also available. Tel: XXXXX66/ XXXXX13 Daily OFFER

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59 Wanted B*ST OFFER FOR used colour TV. hl-fl L video recorder. Call XXXXX«5/ XXXXX02 from 9am.-9pm CASH BUYING TV, Video, hl-fl, home electrical, clothings, scrap material tt etc. Pg: XXXXX04. WE BUY SONY Betamax. National video or any brand, any cond. CTV, video, hl-fl. Tel: XXXXX30. HIQH PRICE TO

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90 Secretarial/ Clerical Poaitions FEMALE GENERAL CLERK. Able to type and do clerical duties Call personally at: Blk 3024, #01-09 Übl Ave. 2. 8 1440 Tel XXXXX84, XXXXX61 Mr Wong PART/ FULL-TIME HOME Clerk/ Typist. No skill needed Apply, reply envelope: 67 Bunga Melur 12, Taman Muda. K.L XXXXX TEMP.

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100 Technical Poaitiona An Interior Renovation Co. requires EXPERIENCED PROJECT COORDINATOR with driving licence 2 to 3 years experience in this field Interested partiaa write wilh fuli resume, salary expected S telephone number to: Tha Advertiser. 76 Sungai Kadut Street 1, Spore 2572. 101 Production Positions KALLANO FACTORY REQUIRES female

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125 Car Grooming UPHOLSTERY STEAM CLEANING removes Irksome stains St odour. Offer price $80. Tel. XXXXX62 129 Registration Number E34SSU FOR SALE. Highest bid to XXXXX83 call after 11am. 130 Certificate Of Entitlement ALL CATEOORIEB OF T.C.O.E. required urgently. Cash payment and reasonable price offered. Interested Page XXXXX29 Low. ALL

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132 Peugeot/ Renault For Sale 77 peugeot 504 aulo, very good cond.. alrcon, radio casette, tax 10/90. $9,800 Call: XXXXX50 S/'SS RENAULT TURBO 21 Tip top condition Highest offer secures Tel XXXXX02 133 BMW For Sale ~0~ Our Showrooms art Open Coma a View our full rang* of BMW Cara

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134 Mercedes For Sale S3 MERCEDES BENZ 280SK Imported car lst owner Tax Jan '91: Spacious rear axle hydraulic absorber Tip top condition. Selling $118,000 0.n.0 Tel: XXXXX47 'SS MERCEDES BENZ 200 manual 1 private owner. Original paint. Tax 1/91. Oood condition, Tel XXXXX44 MID tO MERCEDES BENZ 200, auto,

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100 Technical Positions 100 Technical Positions f *?l MACHINISTS Minim-jm 3 years experience NTC 2 certificate preferred but those with good experience in lathe and milling machines will also be considered Attractive salary fringe benefits such as medical, surgical and hospitalisation for family, transport allowance, meal allowance, dental etc. Walk-In

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137 Toyota For Sale A wide range of Quality vehicles offering attractive price, every Sat I Sun 1 0am to 6pm at the Building CarPark Attractive financing Mortgage loan (non transferable) with special interest rate, low insurance premium We also offering good cash price for below 10 years used car,

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137 Toyota For Sale 7/-S7 TOYOTA COftOLLA 13 XL, 12 valve. 5 speed, (new model), alrcon.. s/rlms, hlfl, central lock, tax 9/90. orlg cond. 842,300 above. Loan $XXXXX XXXXX11. MHO '84 TOVOTA Cresslda OLI-6, manual, 2 owners. View at: 21 Jin Bunga Rampal (1953) between B-Spm Ono securer NEAR S3,

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140 Honda For Sale SS, HONDA ACCORO 16 5-speed Alrcon.. radio, cassette, s/rlms. 2 owners. Perfect cond. $35,300 Tel XXXXX85 SO, HONOA CIVIC 1.3 5-speed. 3 doors, alrcon., radio, cassette, s/rtms, new tyres. Perfect cond. $35,500 Tel: XXXXX85 AUTO. SS HONDA Civic 1.3, 1 doctor owner, metallic blue, beautiful condition.

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141 Daihatsu For Sale 7/'BS CHARADE 1.0 CX. Latest model Remote Central lock/ alarm Expensive hlfl. Agt malnuined. Accident-free. Al cond $39,800 No agt. XXXXX57 -SS MOOEL (10/S6) Charade CX Auto. 5-door. 2 owners. Tax 9/'9O. Alrcon, hl-fl, low mileage. Accident free. $27,300. Tel: XXXXX54. S/SS DAIHATSU CX, lady owner,

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144 Subaru For Sale '85 MODEL (12/84) Subaru JlO, new 2K paint, hl-fl, alrcon.. 2 owners, Up-top cond. Tel: XXXXX51 SS SUBARU 1.0 ECVT Auto. Alrcon, stereo, 1 pte. owner. Showrm. cond. 143 Braddell Rd. 145 Other Makes For Sale THE ONE m Only Imported Pte. Camper VW in S'pore

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147 Motorcycles/ Scooters For Sale/ Wanted PRODUCTION FZR4OO a tip-top OSX7SOE with new road tax Si Michellln tyres. Selling at reasonable price. Neg. XXXXX30. FC RXK $1550 neg. Oood cond. 2 owners. Rd. tax/ Ins. Jun. SI. 2 new tyres, chain, battery. XXXXX13 FO YPVS RDI2SLC, Insurance till 11/90, well

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149 Scrap Vehicles SCRAP CAR WANTED e Beio* 1000 c.c o 1001 cc. to 1800 c.c o Alao quality uaod cara available tor aaia Tat 488-1222 Tranecar 821 Bukit Tlmah Rood TCB Building (nest to Tan Chong Motor) SCRAP CAR WANTED e Below 1008 ex. o 1001 cc. to 1000

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173 Apartments For Rent FAR EAST PLAZA Hotel-Apartments Long or S Immediate Occupation •At the junction of Scotts Orchard Road, next to Hyatt Hotel 14,000 sq. ft. Luxurious Hotel Style Lobby Swimming Pool, Tennis Enquiries SFAR EAST ORGANI #0640. 6tti J (next to Hyatt Hotel) S S Tel: 2 -Til

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173 Apartments For Rent TO LET" hort Leases Court, Billiard Room, Gymnasium etc Self Service Free Launderette Ample Indoor Car Parking Lots 24-hour Security System ZATION CENTRE PTE UD Storey. Far East Plaza Scotts Road Singapore 0922 XXXXX1 178 Apartments Wanted (Rent) HIGH RENTAL OFFERED 1 year/ 6 months payment

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i 181 Houses For Sale 181 Houses For Sale (Dlsts. 12 20) (Dists. 12 20) MAJBRSq -M-M^M_as_«_M_i_»V_-^-M-iß_^_«_«B_^_M_lSlSi_S_««_MSiS-a«_™_«SßS«S_a. k _r m Aw B MB I B B —AjLm I < '>.' x SI x k^kf m 4 1 terrace houses \K y_*y mmr inspired by H y^y\___oX U country manors I

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OPEN HOUSE IPM. TO 4PM. 47 JALAN RINOU o D/storey terrace. ma o 3459 sq ft o 3+l rms o Long driveway. o Quiet surroundings St e__»», access. o Original condition, o $530,000 neg Hap Song XXXXX85/ Mr Foong pg. 206SSSS (Soto Agont) OPEN HOUSE 2 4 PM D.15 157

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181 Houses For Sale (Diata. 12 20) rN_wTHoR_Y"TerrTITor 6 rms. Marble. 2,200, 4.200 t $660K-SBOOK Pg XXXXX15 agt IPARR'. AVE. Modern 2 storey r. 1900 sq.ft./ 4 rms. Split levrenovated. S4OSK! XXXXX94 agt. I TAI HWAN Odn. 2 storey terr. 1 bdrms. 2900 sq.ft. Long Mage. Andrew XXXXX89 ERA I

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182 Houses For Sale 182 Houses For Sale 192 Private Apts. 192 Private Apts (Dists. 21 28) (Diata. 21 28) For Sale For Sale i^= (Diata. 12 20) (Diata. 12 20) WINDSOR! H^MTMt«rc snow unit wm IS MORE THAN A HOME! 'I/ jftS Windsor Park RoAd/Upper Thomson Road (Turn '~ma

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192 Private Apta. 192 Privata Apta. 192 Privata Apta. 192 Private Apts. 192 Privata Apta. For Sale For Sale For Sale For Sale For Sals (Diata. 12 20) (Diata. 12 20) (Diata. 12 20) (Diata. 12 20) (Diata. 12 20) m rri .Haa \maanm^_ m Z^_^a^ r *mmr —mm\ Bll'-Tf'Tl

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193 Private Apta. For Sale (Diata. 21 28) D2S CALROSE QON. 1765 sq.ft F'Hold 3-Bdrm. Edwin 344 6033/ Pr XXXXX55 Fait Prop. D27 OAROENIA CT. 3 l-B'Jrm. 1600 sq.ft. F'Hold. S/pool. Edwin 344 8033/ Pg: XXXXX55 Fait Prop. 201 HUDC Apartments For Sale 0 20 OPEN HOUSE 3pm tc 6pm

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203 HDB Apts. For Sale (Bedok/ Tampinea) BLKJMS TAMPINES BTJ2 (4A corner) tastefully renovated, $118K Blk 540 Bedok North St.3, 3-rms. corner, f/furn. Including cooker, fridge, aircon., sofa. $70K Pg XXXXX00 (agent). 3-RM. BEDOK RESERVOIR, corner unit, high Hoor, lift level nice view, best offer secures (CPF S46K) Tel: XXXXX38

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205 HDB Apta. For Sale (Jurong/ Bt. Batok) BEAUTIFUL WITH NEGOTIATION 4 "A" Jurong West (few units) low/mld/htgh flr. about $20K cash. Alao 3 1/2 rm. at ClemenU West, Central. Call to check it out! Kenwood XXXXX16/ Pg. XXXXX35x07. TEBAN QON. OPEN hse. 5-rm Point 81k. 19, #05-132. 2pm to

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207 HDB Apta. For Sale (Other Estates) ALL 3-RM. ANQ Mo Klo Blk 435. 124, 582, 559. 43, 636, 478, L-corner Blk. 432. 302, 456, Tamplnes model A Blk. 112. 202. 819. Bedok Blk 110, 620. 100, Toa Payoh Blk. 17 $30,000, Lorong Ah Soo Blk 100. Boon Lay $23,000,

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208 HOB Apartments Wanted ~w_sa_i_u_w I List of ready PR buyers Consultation of latest re- sale policy Better price for your properties Prxxmmlonml Sarvica Guarantaad CALL US TODAY ALLANDES L742 281 1 (8 Unas) >— 6t» Aaan Spora fmma-t) I HOB, HUOC, PTE. prop, wanted by ready buyers. Owners, pls.