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The Straits Times Kstd. 1845 SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1991 50 CENTS MCI (P) 18/12/90

Gorbachev fails to gain from Tokyo visit [ARTICLE]

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Gorbachev fails to gain from Tokyo visit Kwan Weng Kin No diplomatic points scored or big aid pledged By Tokyo correspondent TOKYO Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, concluding an historic four-day visit to Ja pan, left for Seoul yesterday with nothing much to show for his efforts here Mr (Jorbachev. the

Dutch woman is first female Caucasian nabbed for drug trafficking here [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Dutch woman is first female Caucasian nabbed for drug trafficking here Leong Chan Teik By A 57-YEAR-OLD Dutch woman who was found with $2.1 million worth of heroin yesterday became the first female Caucasian to be arrested for drag trafficking hen. She is also the fifth member of a "Nigerian

Prestigious Police sword presented to PM [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Prestigious Police sword presented to PM A HAND-FORGKD Tomasok Sword, made by world-re-nowned swordsmith Wilkinson, was presented to Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong last night by the Commissioner of Police at a dining-in ceremony Only senior police officers are authorised to possess such swords, and this is the first time

US and Israel fail to reach agreement on Mid-East peace [ARTICLE]

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US and Israel fail to reach agreement on Mid-East peace JERUSALEM US Secretary of State James Baker hold intensive talks with Is raeli loaders on Middle Kast peace yesterday but failed to reach an agreement, an Israeli spokesman said. Mr Baker, making his third trip to the Middle Kast since

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Anti-Roh protests during Gorbachev's Seoul visit: Page 6

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NJC introduces sports awards [ARTICLE]

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NJC introduces sports awards The National Junior College has broken away from the tradition of emphasis ing only academic excellent c. The latest move to encourage stutients to look beyond the "paper chase" is the introduction of a Sports Excellence Award, worth $300. for first-year students Horn*. Pag* 21

Grand $i66m facelift for WTC [ARTICLE]

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Grand $i66m facelift for WTC The $166-million bill for upgrading the World Trade Centre and its surrounding facilities is one of the heftiest (or a major building here. By December, the Maritime Square area will become a sleek and bigger husiness-eum -leisure complex. Horn*, Pag* 24

KL plan to pay hospital fees [ARTICLE]

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KL plan to pay hospital fees The Malaysian government may introduce a national health security scheme or a national insurance scheme to solve the problem of unpaid medical bills which run into millions of ringgit annually at all government hospitals. Malaysia. Pag* 19

Aquino to carry out bases survey [ARTICLE]

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Aquino to carry out bases survey President Corazon Aquino yesterday brushed aside threats of an impeachment and said she would pursue plans to conduct a survey to determine If Filipinos supported a renewal of the US bases treaty permitting American military presence A«ean Pag* 16

Drive to improve US education [ARTICLE]

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Drive to improve US education President George Bush on Thursday launched his campaign for improving American education by calling for national tests and the setting up of new kinds of schools with the help of the business community World, Pag* 8

Aussie govt supports unions [ARTICLE]

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Aussie govt supports unions Australia's Uibor government joined the unions yesterday to fight against curbs on pay rises and bargaining power set by an independent national wage-fixing body. World. Pag* 11

S. Korea to become Asean's seventh dialogue partner [ARTICLE]

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S. Korea to become Asean's seventh dialogue partner Tan Lian Choo By Bangkok correspondent UANCKOK South Korea is to become Asean's seventh dialogtie partner m .Mine when Asean foreign ministers, meeting m Kuala Lumpur, will ratify an agreement to give Seoul full-fledged dia-logue-partner status. Thai Foreign Minister Arsa Sarasin said

Chatichai leaves for European exile [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Chatichai leaves for European exile BANGKOK Ousted Prime Minister Chatichai Choonhav an has loft Thailand for indefinite exile m Kurope after receiving a medal from the King but little else m the way of public support. Smiling thinly for television cameras. Gen Chatichai gave brief and non-committal an swers to

S'pore 'can still use US bases in Philippines when lease ends' [ARTICLE]

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S'pore 'can still use US bases in Philippines when lease ends' SINCAIH)RK can expect con tinned access to military facilities m the Philippines after September, when the lease for American bases m the country expires, sources said yesterday. They said there was noth ing m the discussions, held m Manila

HK firm tests satellite TV service to 38 countries [ARTICLE]

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HK firm tests satellite TV service to 38 countries HONdKONd A Hongkong telecommunications firm yester day started lost broadcasts of its pan Asia satellite TV service to 3K countries stretching from Japan to Turkey The test signals were beamed from the suburban New Terri tories here via Asia S.it, Asia's

Five shortlisted for new road pricing system [ARTICLE]

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Five shortlisted for new road pricing system Eddie Toh Winning contractor may l)e picked by end-May By KIVK contractors have been shortlisted for Singapore's Klectronic Road Pricing (KRP) system, with a possibility of the winner being cho sen by the end of next month The five are the survivors of

Cleaner returns $18,600 find [ARTICLE]

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Cleaner returns $18,600 find LONDON A Birmingham street cleaner was declared "the most honest man m Britain" on Thursday by the Daily Minor after he returned i sports hag containing rti.lMX) dSilK.liOO) plua jrwrllrry mi r<uM <»nly a I'll) reward. Mr I.es Carter, who earns KIM a week and had

60 Japanese fans here to see Dick Lee [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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60 Japanese fans here to see Dick Lee Amy Puah By SIXTY ardent and extremely game Japanese fans of popular si nger com poser Dick Lee gathered around him last night to sing along with him as he belted out his hit song, Wo Wo Ni Ni. The occasion was

Call for US aid to KL to be restored [ARTICLE]

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Call for US aid to KL to be restored WASMIN(;T()N A US House of Representatives sub-com-mittee has recommended that the United States restore to Malaysia its military aid of US$l.l million (911.1 million) which was cut off by (Jongre*.*i last year because of the eoun try's policy on first asylum.

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WEATHER Showers over a few areas m the afternoon. TEMP. (C) up to 6 a.m. tomorrow: 32 max., 25 mm. SUNSET today: 708 pm; SUNRISE tomorrow: 6.59 am. GLOBAL MATHER Aimterdam 17C Cloudy Madrid Clear Atheiut 15 B C Cloudy Manila 25 .15 C Cloar Auckland It 19 C Rain

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Allies aim to provide 700,000 Kurdish refugees one meal a day [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Allies aim to provide 700,000 Kurdish refugees one meal a day GULF WAR: The Aftermath INC I RI. IK (Turkey) Allied relief efforts m the TurkishIraqi bonier region aim to provide at least one meal a day for 700.000 Kurdish refugees by this weekend m Phase Three of Operation Provide

Kurds 'won't move into US-built camps in Iraq' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Kurds 'won't move into US-built camps in Iraq' Remove Saddam first, say refugees fearing reprisals isikvkrkn (Turkey) Kurdish refugees piled m makeshift camps here IK insisting that they will not no to the refugee centres the us plans to build inside Iraq as lonn as President Saddam Hussein remains m

Iraq tells UN locations of chemical, germ arms, missiles [ARTICLE]

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Iraq tells UN locations of chemical, germ arms, missiles UNITKI) NATIONS Iraq on Thursday supplied the United Nations with a lfvpage document m Arabic outlining the locations and numbers of its chemical and biological aims and long-range missiles, UN sources said With the submission of this document to the UN

Kuwait admits human rights abuses after pullout [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Kuwait admits human rights abuses after pullout THE Kuwaiti government has acknowledged thai hu man rights were violated af ter tho Iraqi withdrawal, and said that offenders would be brought to justice, tho BB< rejMirted yesterday Planning Minister Sul«m man Mutawa said that some Kuwaitis, possibly angered at the treatment

Allies seek Iraqi promise not to attack troops building camps [ARTICLE]

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Allies seek Iraqi promise not to attack troops building camps SILOPI (Turkey) United States, British and French military commanden yester day were seeking Irani assur ances thai allied troops building refugee ramps m not thrni Iraq would not In 1 at lacked l>y President Saddam Hussein's army. The US commander

HK reviewing airport plan after deadlock in talks [ARTICLE]

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HK reviewing airport plan after deadlock in talks Govt calls for study on expanding Kai Tak HOrtGKONC The Hong kong^ government is reassessing wfiethei to go ahead with plans to build a multi-billion loll.gr airport m the territory following a deadlock m nego--1 tatiow with China, a newspaper imported yesterday

US officials arrive in Hanoi far talks on normalising ties [ARTICLE]

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US officials arrive in Hanoi far talks on normalising ties HANDI US General John Vess^y and 1 Vput> Assistant Secretary of State Kenneth Quinif arrived here yesterday for tflks with Vietnamese offi n.ils Qn obstacles to normalising Mtations between Hanoi and Washington cle% Vessoy said on his at iv. i

HK to put more bite into law on detention of Viet boat people [ARTICLE]

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HK to put more bite into law on detention of Viet boat people iionckonc Tae Hoagkong gOWCnMBMri is introducing now legislation to reinforce its i>ower to detain VtetMUBCM boat people seeking asylum m the colony, a government spokesman has said. Speaking of the new pro|H>sals gazetted yesterday, he Mid close

Students stage anti-Roh protest during Gorbachev visit [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Students stage anti-Roh protest during Gorbachev visit CHEJU ISLAND (South Korea) Thousands of students staged anti-government protests yesterday as Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev arrived here for historic summit talks with South Korean President Koh Tae Woo In Seoul, about 5,000 radical students hurling rocks and firebombs surged through the centre

Bush launches campaign to improve US education [ARTICLE]

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Bush launches campaign to improve US education SDLKLDJGHJ Voluntary national tests, to he called American Achievement Testa, In mathematics, science, English, history and geography, so that students and schools can see whether they meet new national standards. Businesses to raise at least US$l5O million (***** million) In research to design

Mathias Rust jailed for attack on nurse [ARTICLE]

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Mathias Rust jailed for attack on nurse HAMBURG Mathias Rust, the young (Icrman who embarrassed the Kremlin by landing a light plane m tho centre of Moscow m 1987, was jailed for 2 1 years yesterday for attempted manslaughter. Rust, 23, was convicted of stabbing a student nurse after she

Viet writer 'held over papers critical of party' [ARTICLE]

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Viet writer 'held over papers critical of party' HANOI Hanoi authorities have arrested a well-known Vietnamese writer, Duong Thu Huong, alleging she sent documents criticising the Communist Party out of the country, her friends said yesterday. The friends, who asked not to be identified, said the novelist was arrested last

Sinking fortunes force owners to auction 'Bounty5 [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Sinking fortunes force owners to auction 'Bounty 5 SYDNKY Australia's fal tering economy has forced the replica of Captain William Hligh's ship, Bounty, to go under the auctioneer's hammer, its owners said yesterday. The replica, built m 1979 by film-maker Dino de I^iurentiis for the movie, The Bounty, was bought

More join ranks of field-office bachelors' [ARTICLE]

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More join ranks of field-office bachelors' Japanese execs, [x>sted out of Tokyo, leave families behind DKSPITK scathing commentary from critics and complaints from the men anil their families, the number of so called "field-office bachelors" m Japan is increasing by about 10 per cent each year, particularly among younger work

Include Romania in new Europe, says Mitterrand [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Include Romania in new Europe, says Mitterrand BUCHAREST mill Pres idont Francois Milieu. irui has given Komania its biggest for' eign relations boost since the DMMHtar IWW revolution l>y pleading for its inclusion m I resha|M'd democratic Kiiiojh' Mr Mitterrand arrived on Thursday on the first visit by a foreign

Opposition stages protests [ARTICLE]

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Opposition stages protests Hut the visit upset the Ko manian op|»osition More than 2,(KM) ant i government protest cis shouted anti Iliescu and and Mitterrand slogans out side the French embassy Riot |H>lice cordoned off the building as the crowd jeered Mr Mitterrand when he ai rived to m«H't prominent

French don convicted of denying existence of WWII gas chambers [ARTICLE]

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French don convicted of denying existence of WWII gas chambers I'AKIS A history professor was convicted on Thursday of denying then* wore gas chambers during World War II m Franco's first trial m volving a law forbidding any one to question the existence of crimes against humanity. The director of

Court ruling sought on action over naming of 'victim' [ARTICLE]

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Court ruling sought on action over naming of 'victim' Alleged rape at Kennedy estate PALM BKACH (Florida) Palm Beach State Attorney David Bludworth is seeking a court ruling on whether he can prosecute news organisations that have identified a woman who says she was raped by a Kennedy family member.

Engine failure forces rocket to be blown [ARTICLE]

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Engine failure forces rocket to be blown up soon after launch CAPE CANAVKRAI. Flori da) A US$35 million <Ssfil million) Japanese television satellite was destroyed on Thursday night when the (leneral Dynamics Atlas rocket carrying it was delib erately blown up soon after launch here. Oneral Dynam ics officials said

Mandela's popularity with blacks down: Poll [ARTICLE]

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Mandela's popularity with blacks down: Poll CAPE TOWN African Na tiunal Congress loader Nelson Mandela's popularity among blacks has dropped by some 20 percentage points since his release from detention m February last year, according to a poll released here on Thursday The survey of 1,300 blacks nationwide was conducted

De Klerk launches 3-point plan to end township violence [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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De Klerk launches 3-point plan to end township violence JOHANNKSDUKC South African President K. W. dc Klerk launched a fresh initia tive to solve black faction fighting on the eve of his dcpartan for a week-long trip to Kurope yesterday. Shortly before visiting Britain. Denmark and Ireland to try and

Canberra joins unions to fight curbs on pay rises [ARTICLE]

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Canberra joins unions to fight curbs on pay rises C'ANBKRRA Australia's Labor government joined the unions yesterday to rebel against curbs on pay rises and bargaining power set by an independent national wage-fixing body. "The curbs would disrupt the unprecedented industrial peace existing m Australia," Treasurer Paul Keating told reporters.

Colombo 'ready to compromise with Tamil rebels' [ARTICLE]

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Colombo 'ready to compromise with Tamil rebels' COLOMBO Sri Lankan President Ranasinghe Premadasa invited Tamil separatists yesterday for peace talks, saying the government was ready to compromise on their demands. "I repeat the government's invitation to all concerned parties to come to the negotiating table," he said, opening a new

Bush's son let off lightly for part in loans scandal [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Bush's son let off lightly for part in loans scandal WASHINGTON Federal regulators have imposed the mildest sanctions possible against Neil Bush, the son of President George Bush, for his role m the failure of the Denver-based Silverado Banking, Savings and Loan Association. In announcing the action on Thursday. Mr

Chinese prisoners 'making goods for export' [ARTICLE]

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Chinese prisoners 'making goods for export' BEIJING China is using prison labour to produce goods for export, according to a human rights group which has asked the US government to remove Beijing's preferential trade status The New York-based human rights group, Asia Watch, based its allegations on articles which it

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US confiscates toy assault rifles from Japan [ARTICLE]

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US confiscates toy assault rifles from Japan WASHINGTON The United States, which imports over one million real shotguns, pistols and rifles a year, has cracked down on a shipment of toy assault rifles from Japan. Customs Commissioner Carol Hallett told a news con ference on Thursday that hundreds of look-alike

40 winks _ 40-min air delay [ARTICLE]

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40 winks 40-min air delay MADRID Civil aviation authorities have ordered an inquiry into why an air traffic controller was asleep while an airliner with 100 passengers on board circled overhead for 40 minutes waiting to land at (Canada m southern Spain A civil aviation official said on Thursday that

Say goodbye to graffiti [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Say goodbye to graffiti Plagued by graffiti? Mr KJell Blllstam think* he may have the solution. The project manager of the Swedish Antl Graffiti System Company wan In Madrid on Thursday to demonstrate his eompany'H non-toxlr graffiti cleaning Invention to officials. The compan> says the treatment not only strips graffiti

Why Dutch get sore bottoms [ARTICLE]

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Why Dutch get sore bottoms AMSTERDAM Badly-designed saddles caused a mil lion sore backsides m cycling-mad Netherlands, accord ing to Delft University's Department of Industrial Design. Problems include bruising and irritation to sex or gans, pain m urinating and lem|>orar\ loss of libido. ANP news agency said The average Dutchman

Genscher, Carter honoured [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Genscher, Carter honoured ATHENS German Foreign Minister HansDietrich Genscher, former US President Jimmy Carter, and the Greenpeace environmental organisation were awarded the 1991 Onassis prize by Greek President Constantin Caramanlis on Thursday. The prizes are worth US$lOO,OOO (SI176.000) each. The Onassis Foundation was created after the death of Greek shipowner

Stasi "helped terrorist' [ARTICLE]

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Stasi "helped terrorist' BERLIN East Germany's Stasi secret police helped the international terrorist Carlos The Jackal" blow up the French cultural institute m West Berlin m 1983, the Berlin prosecutor's office said on Thursday. The attack, which killed one person and wounded 23 others, was purportedly claimed by the Armenian

Cameraman sues Stallone [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Cameraman sues Stallone t ANGELES Ac ylvester Stallone sued on Thursday photographer who nod the star led his car sevei times during a high-speed car chase ejh Hollywood, lone's bodyguard. Compton, was al so sued by freelance cameraman Phillip Norris, who is seeking unspecified damages against the two for bodily

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Things are looking up for Albania's Catholics [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Things are looking up for Albania's Catholics Louise Branson Ban on religion lifted; Catholics hold key to Western aid By Writing for The Straits Times The communists and the opposition Democratic Party want aid and loans from the outside world, and the Catholics are an important link. The fate of

Yeltsin, slighted during trip to Europe, may yet have the last word [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Yeltsin, slighted during trip to Europe, may yet have the last word Meg Bortin By The sympathies of the European Parliament are rather on the side of the Gorbachev line.' Mr Enrique Baron Crespo, the European Parliament's President PARIS Mr Boris Yeltsin, who took his campaign (or the Russian presidency

China's health-care revolution a model for developing nations [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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China's health-care revolution a model for developing nations Nicholas D. Kristof By A system which emphasises prevention of disease, including large-scale projects to improve sanitation and to inoculate children. The lifestyle of the Chinese. They get plenty of exercise, keep low-fat diets, drink tea or boiled water rather than tainted

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2 re-arrested after jailbreak in Thailand [ARTICLE]

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2 re-arrested after jailbreak in Thailand BANGKOK Police have rearrested an Italian drug suspect and his woman friend four days after they broke out of a police station jail m northern Thailand. Marco Eiubilio and Anne Daniel had been detained early this month m Chiangmai province after police allegedly found

Abadia defends appointment of his brother [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Abadia defends appointment of his brother Manila The Philippine military chief defended his brother's appointment as Commander of the Air Force yesterday, saying this "accidental relationship" must not trigger fresh discord m the armed forces "There will be an issue on his accidental relationship with me," said Lieutenant General Lisandro

Aquino to press ahead with poll on US bases [ARTICLE]

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Aquino to press ahead with poll on US bases MANILA President Cora /.on Aquino yesterday brushed aside threats of an impeach ment and said she would putsue plans to conduct a survey to determine if Filipinos sup ported a renewal of the US bases treaty permitting American military presence Senator

Cigarette packs in Indonesia to carry warning labels [ARTICLE]

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Cigarette packs in Indonesia to carry warning labels JAKARTA In the latest move to curb smoking m In donesia, especially among the youth and women, warning labels will he required on all domestic and imported cigarette packs from next month Health Minister Adhyatma on Thursday said that as of early

Jakarta plans to crack down on electricity theft [ARTICLE]

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Jakarta plans to crack down on electricity theft JAKARTA Shaken by the theft of US$6O million (SJIO6 million) worth of power each year. Indonesia's state elec tricity firm, PI.N, has derided to take action PI,N director Krmansyah Yamin told the Hisnis Indone sia daily that the firm planned to replace

No boycott of IMF meeting in October: Bangkok [ARTICLE]

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No boycott of IMF meeting in October: Bangkok IIANCKOK Thai Foreign Minister Arsa Sarasin said yesterday that foreign countries would not boycott an up coming conference of International Monetary Kund members despite a recent coup and continued martial law. He said 10.000 people were expected to attend the annual IMF

Irian Jaya tribal chiefs denounce separatists [ARTICLE]

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Irian Jaya tribal chiefs denounce separatists JAKARTA Chlefi from M tribes m Indonesia's eastern most province of Irian Jaya have denounced the Free I'apna (OPM) separatist movemcnl for obstructing CCMMmIc progress, the official Antara news aycy said yesterday. "We are resolved not to take part m the activities of the

Thai couple held over 51-kg heroin bust [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Thai couple held over 51-kg heroin bust A MAN and his wife were ar rested at a house m Phra Khanong district on WedrM's day for allegedly having ->1 kg of heroin m then jm is.vs.sk m according to a report m The Bangkok Post The arrest was announced by

Swiss assurance on quick return of Marcos assets [ARTICLE]

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Swiss assurance on quick return of Marcos assets BKRN (Switzerland) Swiss Nnleral authorities have given the Philippines fresh assurances ot a speedy return of about US$35O million (SJ6I2 million) allegedly channelled to Switzerland by the late l*resident Ferdinand Marcos. A Swiss Justice Ministry spokesman yesterday said that visiting Prosecutor-den eral

Death toll in Java reservoir accident rises to 65 [ARTICLE]

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Death toll in Java reservoir accident rises to 65 JAKARTA Resruers found 49 more (xmlics, bringing the death toll to at least 65 m the sinking of two boats m a res ervoir m Central Java, police s.iid yesterday. Seventeen people were rescued and one Kiel was still missing after

Garuda will fly to Beijing from June [ARTICLE]

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Garuda will fly to Beijing from June JAKARTA h'lag carrier (•'aruda lndom>sia will begin flying to lloijinK <hroo timrs I wook from .Juno, Antara im»ws .ikji'rx v (|iiot(Ml (laruda director Suparno as saying y««sler«lay Jakarta and Beijing last year pndod t i|uarln° of a < ontury of fiozrn illations. which

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Stop blaming others for mistakes, officials told [ARTICLE]

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Stop blaming others for mistakes, officials told Chafer cites Malacca water shortage as example MALACCA People m an ihoiiiy should stop blaming Others to cover' up their short MMBlngS, Deputy Prime Minister' Almliil (Ihafar Baba said yesterday. He cited the shortage of piped water m Malacca as an example and

Alleged anti-Malaysia drive slammed [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Alleged anti-Malaysia drive slammed KUALA LUMPUR Umno Youth has threatened to retaliate against an alleged antiMalaysian hate campaign m Australia. It said it would arrange for Malaysian newspapers to publish negative stories about Australia, especially concerning alleged bad treatment of Asian immigrants by white Australians. "Should the anti-Malaysia campaign continue,

'Control influx of workers from Indonesia' [ARTICLE]

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'Control influx of workers from Indonesia' A MALAYSIAN CM«Nt As social ion leader has ex pressed oncer n over the lack of |iici|M'i control over the m flux (if Indonesian workers and illegal immigrants m the I *****1 l MCA deputy president Datuk liw Kirn Sai lold the Shin Miti

Johor plans to ban factories from setting up near rivers [ARTICLE]

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Johor plans to ban factories from setting up near rivers THE .Johor state government plans to ban factories from being set up near rivers used as sources for water treatment plants and m water catchment areas. The Malaysian Merita Harian quoted a state executive councillor, Daluk H.iji Zainalahidin Mohd Zin,

KL plans scheme to pay for hospital expenses [ARTICLE]

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KL plans scheme to pay for hospital expenses I l»OH The government may introduce a national health security scheme or a national insurance scheme to resolve the problem of unpaid medical bills which run into millions of ringgit annually at government hospitals. The Parliamentary Secre tary to the Health Ministry.

Special report on ways to enhance life of Indians [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Special report on ways to enhance life of Indians KUALA LUMPUR Various experts are preparing a special report on ways to improve the lot of the Indian community from the year 2000, Malaysian Indian Congress president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu said on Thursday. The report will contain measures which

Illegal workers: Japan steps up checks on Malaysians [ARTICLE]

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Illegal workers: Japan steps up checks on Malaysians japan has intensified chocks on Malaysians, csih*cially thoso claiming to bo aewlyweds, entering the country m a move to weed out Illegal workors, according to a report m The Star yesterday. A Malaysian Kmbassy official m Tokyo was quoted as saying that

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Salvation Army HQ sold to Cockpit for $20m [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Salvation Army HQ sold to Cockpit for $20m Mathew Poreira Money will go to build new Bishan complex By THK Salvation Army head quarters, a historical monument, has boon sold to the Cockpit Hotel for $20 million The headquarters. which has been housed m th«* He men* van Avenue building

Tiffany at the Raffles — soon [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Tiffany at the Raffles soon Queen Elizabeth's couturier and designer Hanae Mori also setting up shop there TIFFANY, the famed jewel lery company immortalised m the Audrey Hepburn classic. Breakfast at Tiffany's, will open m Singapore for the first time m an equally classic set ting the Raffles Hotel. Other

Family of 10 on Hari Raya trip hurt in Johor accident [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Family of 10 on Hari Raya trip hurt in Johor accident Elaine Tan By A FAMILY of 10, including eight Singaporeans, wore injured m an accident m Johor as they were driving home from their Hari Kaya holiday yesterday. Their van smashed into a lamp-post at the 34-km Kulai-Air Hitam

URA and HDB extend half-hourly parking [ARTICLE]

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URA and HDB extend half-hourly parking Fines for parking offences to be raised HALF-HOURLY parking will he nMU to all URA and HDD CM parks outside the Restricted /one as well as after 5 pm m the Restricted Zone from May 2. At present, half-hourly parking is only available m

NJC rewards sports excellence to widen students' horizons [ARTICLE]

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NJC rewards sports excellence to widen students' horizons Ng Wei Joo By 'Under the pressure of our meritocratic system based on academic excellence, little advantage is seen m excelling m sports. There is therefore an urgent need to rectify this imbalance m emphasis. 1 NJC principal Goh Chi Lan. A

Man who molested girl, 9, loses appeal [ARTICLE]

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Man who molested girl, 9, loses appeal A (iKNKRAI. worker convu-f •*<l of usin^ criminal four to molost a nino-yoar-old girl had his appeal n»j<fto<l by the High Court yesterday. Choc Nam Kalt, 19, who was sentenced to thn»o years' jail and three strokes of the cam* by a district

Stray calls complaints, so radio station changes number [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Stray calls complaints, so radio station changes number Yvonne Lim Slip-ups by listeners to live show annoy phone subscribers By A RADIO station is changing its telephone number after complaints from several members of the public that the station's "live" number and theirs are too close for comfort. Mr Felix

Barge blaze at sea a close call for tanker [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Barge blaze at sea a close call for tanker David Miller Tan Ooi Boon Tanker crew describe horror of seeing flames shoot up to 30m high By and A KIRK which gutted a barge on Thursday night could nave ileveloped into a major disaster had the blaze spread to the

Oil-slick tanker had major repairs in S'pore [ARTICLE]

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Oil-slick tanker had major repairs in S'pore THE tanker which caused a massive oil slick m the Mediterranean last week had undergone two years of extensive repairs m Singapore before the incident The Cypriot-flagged ship. Haven, encountered a series of explosions off the port of !enoa m Italy and sank

The New Paper Big Walk is on June 16 [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The New Paper Big Walk is on June 16 TAKK a break from your usu al Sunday routine on June It. and join family ant! friends m the biggest walk event of the year The New Paper Big Walk. There will bo prizes for everybody, whether social or competitive walkers.

NPB to launch training package award to help upgrade workforce [ARTICLE]

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NPB to launch training package award to help upgrade workforce A NKW Excellent Training Package Award will be launched by the National Productivity Board early next year to encourage both local and overseas companies to make their training packages more widely available m Singapore. This is part of the move

Humorous, simple style is a winner [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Humorous, simple style is a winner LOTS of pictures of staff, a punchy and simple style of writing and generous dose of humour these are what make winners of the IWO liest In-house Newsletter Awards and Training and Communication Video Awards. The overall winner of the Best In-House Newsletter Award

Qing Ming over, it's time for 'spring prayers' [ARTICLE]

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Qing Ming over, it's time for 'spring prayers' Sunny Goh Occasion for clans to pay respects to ancestors By OLDKK Chinese clansmen will be out m force visiting graves and columbariums to pay respects to their ancestors over the next three Sundays, starting tomorrow Hut many younger Singa poreans, familiar

Environmental care and economic growth not incompatible: Tommy Koh [ARTICLE]

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Environmental care and economic growth not incompatible: Tommy Koh Cherian George 'Do not demonise business and industry' By THE EARTH SUMMIT THK I'nlted Nations Conference on Environment and Development will be held In Kio de Janeiro, Brazil, In June 199?. Dubbed the "Karth Summit", It could be the largest summit

Dr Mattar to visit Sweden next week [ARTICLE]

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Dr Mattar to visit Sweden next week I)K AHMAD MattM and se nior Knvironment Ministry of ficials will leave for a work-long visit to Sweden next week to explore areas for technical co-operation on en vironmental matters The Knvironment Minister will lead the delegation on the visit, which is at

World Trade Centre gets a $166 m grand facelift [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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World Trade Centre gets a $166 m grand facelift Cephah Tan By TIIK $166-million bill for upgrading the World Trade Centre (WTC) and its surrounding facilities is one of the heftiest for .i major building here. When completed m December, the grand facelift will turn the "godown" look of the

Tourist arrivals in January dip for first time in five years [ARTICLE]

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Tourist arrivals in January dip for first time in five years TOURIST arrivals to Singapore declined m January for the first time m five years because of the Gulf war. According to figures released by the Singapore Tourist Promotion Board yesterday, there were 432,286 arrivals m January, a marginal drop

Unsecured child is a human missile in car crashing at 40 kmh [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Unsecured child is a human missile in car crashing at 40 kmh Dominic Nathan Pictures of simulated accident jolt parents By IK YOU think it is safe for your child to travel unsecured m the car, think again. This series of photographs shows with dramatic effect just what can happen

Goh Chee Wee to take up part-time NTI teaching post [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Goh Chee Wee to take up part-time NTI teaching post lahour leader (Joh Chee Woo will bo taking up a part-lime teaching appointment at the Nanyang Techno logical Institute from May 2. He has been appointed a part-time Adjunct Associate Professor at the School of Kleetrical and Electronic Kngineering m

NTUC offers help in setting up childcare centres [ARTICLE]

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NTUC offers help in setting up childcare centres NTUC Childearo will provide professional consultancy sei vices to any organisation planning to sot up childcaro centres The chairman of the NITJC Childearo services committee Mrs Yu-Koo Yee Shoon, t<»ld The Straits Times yesterday that its services will cover planning, set-up, training

NEWSFRONT

Hunt for complaining customer continues [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Hunt for complaining customer continues Spot anything newsworthy ll your neighbourhood? Or you may have some views to express. Phone as at 7T2-87M between t am and 5 pm from Monday to Saturday. MRS Aileen Teo, where are you? Apparel chain Giordano, which takes pride m its service, has yet

Taste of foreign police work [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Taste of foreign police work FORENSIC expert Professor Chao Tzee Cheng and Mr Jamal Singh, a senior police officer, were among 10 special guests invited to an exclusive screening of the latest blockbuster crime thriller, The Silence of the I^ambs. Prof Chao is the director of the Institute of Science

US$lO,OOO dragon boat prize [ARTICLE]

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US$lO,OOO dragon boat prize A TOP prize of US$lO,OOO (about S$17.000) will bo up for grabs at the 2nd World Invitational Dragon Boat Race '91. and teams from 16 countries are after it. The boats will take to the 700-metre course at Marina Flay on June 15 and 16, with

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Big PR effort to improve Kuwaiti Emir's image [ARTICLE]

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Big PR effort to improve Kuwaiti Emir's image Andrew Alderson By London Sunday Times THE vast bulk of Kaw/y alAli, 1.95 m and 114 kg, stood on the MUrMe steps of the l)i wan al Babtain, his arms folded and his face impassive as he guarded the palace while the

The Straits Times

Fighting for democracy? [ARTICLE]

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Fighting for democracy? IT IS commonly said that tho despatch boxes m the Palace of Westminster are kept at least two sword-lengths apart, a tradition originally aimed at ensuring that parliamentary sabre-rattling nev er degenerates into a literal cut-and-thrust. Pity then that no similar means have been devised to separate

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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QUOTES "If Malaysia wants to make It, it must stress the Importance of English. We cannot be like the ostrich and put our heads m the sand, hoping our problems will go away. We have to bury narrow views that English is a colonial language and should Instead use the

China's provinces show way to democracy as dissent spreads [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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China's provinces show way to democracy as dissent spreads Steven Moaner By AS THE last two dissident leaders begin 13-year sentences for their roles m the Tiananmen Square rallies, the crackdown on China's pro-democracy movement would seem to be complete. Think again. Democratic stirrings are stronger than ever and not

Moscow sees red as blue tide sweeps city [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Moscow sees red as blue tide sweeps city Peter Millar Kremlin acts to curb a growing pornography industry By The Times I STIIJ, remember the frisson, the muffled undercurrent of excitement amid the smell of a wet dog that is the essence of Soviet cinema cloakrooms m winter. It was

Cliche reporting [ARTICLE]

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Cliche reporting There is one commonl about Singapore made by foreign journalists which is .is prr dieiable as night follows day Singapore's "streets are kept artificially clean an. l penalty signs are every where". Thus I was not surprised to read that that was the im pression which the highways

Give me 100 years [ARTICLE]

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Give me 100 years Ah! Had we but world enough and time! I thought of this line after reading Helen Chia's cri de coeur m Life! yesterday about there being too many things to do and too little time to do them m. And she was talking only of books,

Private houses should not be turned into dorms or hostels [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Private houses should not be turned into dorms or hostels Tan Sai Siong Look back m wonder A PERSONAL VIEW OF THE WEEK'S NEWS By BUILDING contractors who are putting up their foreign workers m private housing es tates are causing established residents much heart burn. The Straits Times reported

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Topping-up scheme not the only way to support parents [LETTER]

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Topping-up scheme not the only way to support parents I RKKKR to the letter "Top up parents' CFF account on yearly basis" by Chew Kook Kong (ST. April 10) We would like to thank Mr (.'hew for supporting the top-ping-up feature of the CPK Minimum Sum Scheme (MSS). This feature

Ministry all for displaying charges [LETTER]

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Ministry all for displaying charges I REFER to the letters by David Kwok Ng Kan and Goh Chew Eng on doctors' consultation charges (ST, April 15). The Ministry of Health is m favour of requiring all doctors to display their basic hajgM at their clinics. TJb would allow patients to

Cutting down trees may do more harm than good [LETTER]

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Cutting down trees may do more harm than good CONCKRN at recent tree cutting m Chip BeC (latdens has been expressed by I'rakash Kumar (ST, April H) and the UDMC's reply has been that, for large trees, the roots damage house foundations and fallen leaves block drains which lead to

Eu Court: First 'domino' in Heritage Row? [LETTER+ILLUSTRATION]

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Eu Court: First 'domino' in Heritage Row? Proposed highway threatens other historic buildings too THE Singapore Heritage So clety wishes to express its concern and reservations on i he plan to demolish Ell Court, at the comer of Stamford Road anil Mill Street, as part of a road widening cxci

Is there a watchdog body for vets? [LETTER]

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Is there a watchdog body for vets? PETS are becoming very popular with Singaporeans. I believe that pets these days are treated with much love by their owners and provide companionship m return. My first |>et was a cat. When it fell ill. I took it to a well-known veterinarian

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OneJlfe paper says it all You were away two weeks. Pishing trout m New Zealand. Or fishing some contracts m Tokyo. Now you're back. And you've some catching up to do. You want to know what happened while you were away. You could read every past issue of The Straits

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Business Times Kirn Eng venture gets go-ahead The first Singapore st<K'kbrokmg firm to seek a tie-up with a Malaysian counterpart, Kirn Kng Holdings also has other plans m Malaysia. Dumping charge Japanese company charges Singapore-based subsidiary of Smith Corona of dumping electric typerwriters m America. STII: beyond 1 .500 The

SPORTS

What athletes do to reach for the stars [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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What athletes do to reach for the stars 'Others have raced with illegal machines or tampered with their instruments of play or breached the rules m their attempts to be among the constellation.' ATHLETES, it seems, would stop at nothing to reach for the stars. With the sort of rich

Day of double joy for Souness and Liverpool [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Day of double joy for Souness and Liverpool Uefa lifts six-year European ban LONDON Liverpool re ceived a second slice of good news yesterday, just minutes after Uefa, the European Football Union, lifted its six year European ban on the En glish champion. New manager Graeme Souness learned that his

Ex-Tottenham boss will be Pahang's chief coach [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Ex-Tottenham boss will be Pahang's chief coach KUANTAN Keith Hurkin shaw, the English manager who once had the vision and daring to buy Argentine Os valdo Ardiles for Tottenham Hotspur, will be Pahang's chief coach for this season's Semi- Pro League. The deal was clinched m London a few days

THE LATE NEWS

Glasgow Rangers appoints Smith as new manager [ARTICLE]

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Glasgow Rangers appoints Smith as new manager Scottish soccer League leader Glasgow Rangers kept the manager s job m the family yesterday when it gave caretaker boss Walter Smith the job on a permanent basis Millionaire chairman David Murray preferred the longtime Ibrox No 2 to several more illustrious names

Jansher crushes Norman [ARTICLE]

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Jansher crushes Norman Pakistan's world squash champion .lanshor Khan crushed Now Zealand's Ross Norman 9-2. «.H). 9-2 m just 21) minutes at the British Open m London yesterday for a quarter final clash with Australian Rodney Eyles. The Australian beat English qualifier Tony Hands 4-9 9 1 9-7 9 7

'Winter' contracts for six [ARTICLE]

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'Winter' contracts for six Six England cricketers, including captain Graham Gooch, have been offered special "winter" contracts worth up to 1.20,000 ($62,000) to stop tht-m joining unofficial end-of-season tours abroad Under the deal, offered by the Tost and County Cricket Board, the players will be paid for an official winter

Parker faces paternity suit [ARTICLE]

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Parker faces paternity suit England's World Cup MCCer star Paul Parker is to bo served with a paternity suit after an alleged one-night stand Louise Erskine. 21, took out a summons last week against the Queen's Park Rangers defender, who she claims is the father of h»r 11-week-old daughter, Grace.

Geylang trainer gets a two-year suspension [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Geylang trainer gets a two-year suspension Joe Dorai SOCCER Hy MAHMUI) HAHA, trainer of Prenier Leaftve club (Jeylang International, was suspended from football for two years for throwing a cup of water at referee It. Muthuveran m a match against Halestier United at Toa Payoh Stadium on March 13. Oylang's

KL wants to start winning again Former champion has good coach [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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KL wants to start winning again Former champion has good coach J. RAJENDRAN Timesport continues its countdown to the Semi-Pro League soccer season, starting on April 27. Today, we look at Kuala Lumpur. Tomorrow we focus on Johor, which has signed former Singapore players Alistair Edwards and Abbas Saad. By

KUALA LUMPUR FACT FILE [ARTICLE]

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KUALA LUMPUR FACT FILE HOMK MATCHKS: Drew with Johor 1-1. Beat Kedah 2-1. Drew with Pahang 11 Lost to Perak 0-1 Drew with Perlis 11 Beat Sabah 1-0 Beat Sarawak 9-fl l>ost to Selangor 2-4. Beat Singapore 1-0. AWAY MATCHKS: Drew with Johor 1-1 Beat Kedah 3-1. Drew with Pahang

Foreman tries to turn his dream into a miracle [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Foreman tries to turn his dream into a miracle BOXING Preview of today's Holyfield-Foreman world heavyweight title clash. Live on SBC 12 from 9am. But promoter's hope of megabucks should become reality I'm like Haley's Comet, or a total eclipse you only see this once m a lifetime. People are

Foreman praises mentor Liston [ARTICLE]

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Foreman praises mentor Liston ATLANTIC CITY Former heavyweight champion Sonny Liston was known to have a personality that could make Attila the Hun seem like a boy scout. Hut George Foreman re members the gruff, scowling Liston caring enough to "tell me stories to try to scare me out of

SIS is a multi-purpose stadium [ARTICLE]

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SIS is a multi-purpose stadium LETTER WK REFER to your article SIS: The winners and the losers" (ST, March 30). We would like to emphasise that the Singapore Indoor Stadium is a multi-purpose venue. It was designed and «H|iiip|MMl to stage a wide variety of events. It caters to concerts,

Bettors' money on champ [ARTICLE]

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Bettors' money on champ I. AS VEGAS The little bettors like big (k»orge, but the big guns are putting their money on Fvander Holyfield m their heavyweight title fight m Atlantic City S|H)tts h<K)k operators say the casual bettor is putting money on (Jeorge Foreman, but that the big bets

101 ways of entering a pool [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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101 ways of entering a pool SIM- ASH, leap, jump. Displace as much water as you can. Never mind how you get m, it is what happens after you are m the water that counts. ..as these swimmers from Catholic High Primary School demonstrate. 4KRRY SKII captures the not-too-Kracef ul

SPORT IN SHORT

Rain ruins Lord's showpiece [ARTICLE]

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Rain ruins Lord's showpiece Kain ruined the third day of the cricket game between MCC and Knglish county champion Middlesex at lord's m I .on* inn on Thursday. Only 26 overs were possible is MCC moved from 171-3 to 218-4 m reply to Middlesex's first innings of 377 all out.

Pryor on drug charges [ARTICLE]

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Pryor on drug charges Former junior welterweight boxing champion Aaron Pryor has been indicted on charges of aggravated drug trafficking involving cocaine. A Hamilton County Grand Jury returned the indictment on Tuesday, charging Pryor, 35, with one count of drug abuse and one count of aggravated drug trafficking.

Busch makes comeback [ARTICLE]

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Busch makes comeback Sabine Busch, 27, a former East German 400 m hurdles world record-holder, is staging a comeback after a twoyear break from top-level sport Busch, who has a personal beat of 53.245ec. was forced to retire because of a serious foot injury m 1969 a problem that seemed

Cyclethon attracts 200 [ARTICLE]

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Cyclethon attracts 200 A charge of the bicycle brigade will take off tomorrow from 52 Neil Road. The 30-kilometre Lifeforce Cyclethon will feature more than 200 participants m the racing, mountain bike and leisure categories. The event, which is the third m the Lifeforce series, will be flagged off by

Butcher not budging [ARTICLE]

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Butcher not budging Terry Butcher will not become the new manager of Scottish Premier Division soccer side Glasgow Rangers to take over the Job vacated by Graeme Sou ness earlier this week. Butcher, who is manager of Knglish First Division club Coventry, killed off specula lion by confirming that he

Two veterans left out [ARTICLE]

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Two veterans left out Veteran soccer strikers Jan Ceulemans and Krwin Vanilenbergh were missing from Belgium's 17 strong squad named on Thursday for next month's European Championship Group Five qualifier against Germany Instead, coach Guy Thys called up uncapped Anderlecht defender Bertrand Crasson for the match m Hanover on May

Aso Open rained off [ARTICLE]

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Aso Open rained off Thick fog and heavy rain forced the cancellation of the first round of the 50 million yen ($631,450) Aso Open golf tournament at Kumamoto m southern Japan on Thursday, organisers said The tournament would now he decided over M holes

Porterfield sacked [ARTICLE]

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Porterfield sacked Former FA Cup final hero lan Porterfleld. 43. was sacked as manager of Knglish Third 1)1--vision soccer struggler Head ing on Thursday after 17 months m charge. Chairman John Madejski blamed bad results, financial problems and Porterfield's iiwn personal conduct for the dismissal.

Aussie move [ARTICLE]

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Aussie move Australia could be the first rugby nation to host a full Test series against the Springboks involving possibly six internationals played over 12 months m South Africa and Australia beginning next year Hut Hob Koidham. the ex ecutive director of the Austra lian Rugby Football Union, said yesterday

Jackman knocks out sixth seed [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Jackman knocks out sixth seed SQUASH WOMEN'S SECOND-ROUND RESULTS Susan Devoy (NZ) ht Alison Cumings (Kng) 9-2 M M Kut' Wright (Bag) M Michelle Martin (Ausl) M M 111 M 9-0 Kohyn LmMMNTM (Aust) ht Sarah Kit/Gerald (Ausl) 10 X HIM Danielle Drady (Aust) ht Fiona (leaves (Kng) M M

Borg's fine form surprises Becker [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Borg's fine form surprises Becker MONACO World No. I Ho ris Becker expressed amazement on Thursday at the speed m which Swedish tennis star Bjorn Borg is aeelimatis ing again to top-class competition BMg stole a set from the German before rain halted their training match at the Monte Carlo

Gigi upsets hometown favourite [ARTICLE]

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Gigi upsets hometown favourite TENNIS HOUSTON American Gigi Fernandez took advantage of ailing compatriot Zina Garrison to gain her first career upset over the hometown favourite 6-7 (5-7), 6-1, 7-5 on Thursday m the U*****,000 ($605,500) Virginia Slims of Houston tennis tournament. Fernandez's second-round win puts her into the quar-ter-finals

Unhappy Skoff sues Austrian body for $346,000 [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Unhappy Skoff sues Austrian body for $346,000 VIKNNA Ust September, 18.000 Austrian tennis fans turned out at the Prater Stadium m Vienna for the first day of the Davis Cup semi final against the United States It was the glory hour for Austrian tennis and, although the home side lost

Davis 'will reach final' [ARTICLE]

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Davis 'will reach final' SNOOKER SHEFFIELD (England) SIWC Davis is being tipped to reach the final of the World Championship by the man who has replaced him as Moohcr'i No. l defending champion Stephen Hendry. The Knglishman emerged from the worst sjmMl of his l.'i-year professional career m the Irish

New Jersey ends 20-game drought [ARTICLE]

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New Jersey ends 20-game drought BASKETBALL LANDOVKR (Maryland) Now Jersey Nets snap|>c<J a 20-game American National Basketball Association road losing streak on Thursday, beating the Washington Bui lets 108-103 m a match behind a 29-point, 11-rebound effort by Derrick Coleman It was New Jersey's first victory away from the Mead

Split second side to achieve hat-trick [ARTICLE]

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Split second side to achieve hat-trick EUROPEAN CUP PARIS Yugoslav basket hall champion Pop K4 Split became only the second club to win the European Cup three years m a row on Thursday when it beat Span ish opj)onent Barcelona 70-65 m a repeat of last year's fi nal Split

Jurong retains title after rousing final [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Jurong retains title after rousing final Shirlynn Ho BASKETBALL By SUPPORTERS at yesterday's Schools National Division basketball final are probably the ones who need to recover after watching two rawing contests. Kor they were treated to some nail-biting action before the winners were finally decided at Jurong Secondary School Kven

Three in first-round lead [ARTICLE]

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Three in first-round lead ROME England's Sarah Nicklin hit a three- under- par 69 on her Kuropean debut on Friday m the rain battered Valextra Classic m Rome. Twenty-five-year-old Nicklin shared the lead after the first round with Peru's Alicia Dibos and Scotland's Dale Reid, who is bidding for a

Home ground is Nicklaus' advantage [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Home ground is Nicklaus' advantage PALM HKACH (JARDKNS (Florida) Jack Nicklaus owns a place among the first-round leaders m the 52nd PCA Seniors golf championship only because he is playing at homo. "If I'd had to go somewhere to play this wock, I wouldn't have gone," Nicklaus said on Thursday

SCORES AND STATISTICS [ARTICLE]

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SCORES AND STATISTICS BASEBALL Mart— I Ltagae: Cubs 3 Pirates 2. Padres 10 Dodgers ft American league: Red Sox 1 Royals 0, Tigers 16 White Sox 0. Brewers I Orioles 3. Rangers 7 Indians 0, Angels 7 Athletics 1 Korean Leagne: Twins 9 Hears 2 1st game). Twins 6 Hears

Woosnam crashes back to earth [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Woosnam crashes back to earth US Masters champion runs up a poor 10-over-par 82 GOLF Tm just exhausted. I put so much into last week, I just couldn't concentrate today. I'm shattered.' Woosnam ST MELLION (England) lan Woosnam, flying high after his US Masters triumph last Sunday, crashed to earth

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OBITUARIES

321 Deaths 321 Deaths 321 Deaths 321 Deaths [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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321 Deaths 321 Deaths 321 Deaths 321 Deaths MR YAP EE CHONG E Age 85 3 E; Passed away peacefully on IS.'IMI if leaving behind If V beloved Wives: BJ I OW KIM KENG (deceased) E^ TAN JOO LJAN ■\M Sons: Daughters-in-law: Grandchildren: W^l HI Id Va P B° h

323 Condolences 323 Condolences [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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323 Condolences 323 Condolences I Deepest CiUldolencfi To I MR. S.M. VASAGAR EX-PRESIDENT I AND TO HIS WIFE I oti Urn sudden demise of his ion I I MR. S. SUBRAMANIAM I We Share Your Orlef I From: President and Management Committee I CEYLON SPORTS CLUB I i With deepest

321 Deaths 321 Deaths [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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321 Deaths 321 Deaths YAP BENG HOE Age: 84 Called to be with the Lord on 19 April 1991. leaving behind: SONS: DAUGHTERS IN I Aw HO c:hln Kee Oh Poh Oeok Ho Chin Koon, Daniel Lee C'hee Bhang Ho Chin Ann. David Maureen I' Fletcher DAUGHTERS: SONS-IN-LAW: Hoe Tzln

323 Condolences [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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323 Condolences With deepeat sympathies heartfelt condolences to the family of the late CHUA HUNG KWEE Departed on 19th April 1991 From: Dicker* District Kenneth, Anna, Annie. Lizzie Peggy, Daniel

322 Acknowledgements [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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322 Acknowledgements Tha family of lha lala MOM ANN SOEH CHENG Otpartad 13/4/91 wishfs m ihmk nil friend* relative* ami church memberi fur their help, wreathi ;uni iliiiiiiiiiins during tiK'ir recent berewemenl

323 Condolences 323 Condolences [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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323 Condolences 323 Condolences With deepest sympathies 1 1 heartfelt condolences to the family 1 M. SUBRAMANIAM Beloved son of MR. S. M. VASAGAR (former City Councillor) and MRS. VASAGAR The I miilics ofi MR AWIAM DINAKARAN MR APIMAiI SUKIAKUMARAN MR S AIUJI.ANANTIIAN MR R ANANDA RAJAH MR N IIAUMIHKAMANIAM

324 In Memoriam 324 In Memoriam [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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324 In Memoriam 324 In Memoriam I In Loving Memory of I MR. K. S. VINCENT Departed: 20th April 1984 Your helping hand was always first To render any aid he could, Your voice was always raised In praise. Your words were wise and good Dear father, .since you went

322 Acknowledgements [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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322 Acknowledgements The family ol the late (QOW) FRANCIS ANTHONY RODRIGUES Departed 10 April 91 with** to uprtll their ti«art<«lt thanks and appreciation to Father Eugene Viz, Ort. C J Ooi, VK Sethi. Therapeutic Radiology Dept.. nurses of Ward 73. SQH. relative* and friends for their prayers, support, assistance, condolences,

322 Acknowledgements [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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322 Acknowledgements Tho famlMoa of tho lalo WONG SIEW MEI Dapartad 17/04/91 *Mi vi express their heartfrii thankl antl appreciation m reliitlvex, friends, colleagues and Inislni's-i anxoclates for their kind iix.ii.ilancr. condolences, doiiHlUms and wreaths during I heir recent bereavement 324 In Memonam ■■■■■■a^BHBBa LCP LEE TECK LOONG Agr 21

325 Requiems 335 Requiems [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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325 Requiems 335 Requiems I ATHMA BMANTHI POOJA I THE FAMILY OF THE LATE I MRS. MUTHUSAMY SUDANTHIRA DEVI (wife of th« late Mr. Q MutfcuMmy MA) wish to thank all relatives and friends for their condolences and valuable support during their recent bereavement The 16th day prayers will be

324 In Memoriam 25 Requiems [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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324 In Memoriam 25 Requiems In lovmj Memory Of TAN MNO KIAT (OEORQf Dapartad 20th April IMS Six years havr gone L mrmorlei of you will always stay with v* Alwuys remembered by WHo: Madum Chiang Huay N>u (Calhrlne) •ona: Tan Jimmy Tan William Daugntof-ln-law: I.lm Suite Daughtart: Tan Mary.

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SPORTS/RACING

Liverpool's chance to close the gap [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Liverpool's chance to close the gap ENGLISH SOCCER LONDON Liverpool ran celebrate the n>turn of Cr^me Souness to Anfiold as manage b> cutting Arsenals lead m the race for Iho Kn .;li.sh League soccer til It* to just three points today The dunnors is without a .uiuv but tht* champion

Allan's Derby contenders catch the eye [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Allan's Derby contenders catch the eye RACING !poh trackwork ALL eyes were on trainer Ivan Allans Perak Derby (Race 4. tomorrow) candidates when they showed up for their final workouts yesten lay. Gold Pavilion went two rounds on the No. 2 track and covered the last 600 m m M)

Piggott double [ARTICLE]

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Piggott double ENGLISH RACING NKWMAKKKT (Kngland) l4*s|pr Piggott. lining as well is iwcr, EmM an emotional i.nibn- on Thursday Tho former champion won (wo handicap laics on Colan Heights (6 1) and Nicholas t%4 favourite) <Jolan Heights was a first winner for Julie OcN, former wife of champion trainer Hen

Inter coach now tipped to take over at Juventus [ARTICLE]

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Inter coach now tipped to take over at Juventus EUROPEAN PREVIEW ROMK The predicted end-of-scason imtae of Juventus soccer coach Gigl Maifredi could start a session of musi cal chairs MMflg Italian First Division club managers So far, re|H)tts of Maifrcdi's dismissal remain just speculative but, aft(>r a string of

TODAY'S IPOH CARD [ARTICLE]

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TODAY'S IPOH CARD GOING: GOOD! EEBU Res Term> p>v 5 i 2 °o™W17tP Stakes $20,000 I 6 Grand Union 2 (3amg Thwdites Benny) Kinf bb 6 Movie Star 8 i i.iin Movie St." M Hii'iik. Wan 55 3 0 6 Truly Golden 9 (3ag I Fan Stars Maker) KC Ng

LEADING JOCKEYS [ARTICLE]

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LEADING JOCKEYS Rides 1st 2nd 3rd Placing* for last 10 rid«a 1 King 6S 21 12 3 1 0 1 0 0 I 1 4 0 2 Oo 14S 17 13 8 1 *****0040 3 Artur 110 14 13 10 I) 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 4 Yeap

TOMORROWS CARD [ARTICLE]

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TOMORROWS CARD 1.45 K\< I I K.strlct.d IVnus 1)1 v 'I l/'lMlm: 1 Flying Colours 11 (10) King f>s 2 Strong N Strong (11) Sng f>4 3 Maurice (5) Clapperton r )2.r> Songsong II («>) A/har 52.5 5 Citi/en Kane 111 (H) Nasir 51J S Cold Panther (1) Donnelly 51.5

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TODAYS TIES I Kngllsh IMv One: Aston Villa v Wimbledon, Crystal Palace v Everton, Liverpool v Norwich, I.uton v Sunderland, Manchester City v Derby, Nottingham Forest v Chelsea, Sheffield United v Tottenham, Southampton v Coventry. Tomorrow league Cup final: Man Utd v Sheff Wed.

MONEY

EC complains against protectionism in the US [ARTICLE]

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EC complains against protectionism in the US Generally open but US still has some unfair practices: EC report BRUSSELS The Kuropcan Community said on Thursday the United States is caught m "a current of protectionism" that hurts foreigners trying to sell a wide variety of goods and services overseas. In

Delta Air Lines officials hold merger talks with Pan Amercian [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Delta Air Lines officials hold merger talks with Pan Amercian NKW YORK Officials of Pan American World Airways and Delta Air Lines arc discussing a possible merger, an airline official said Thursday. Confirming a report m The Wall Street Journal, the official said Delta officials met with Pan Am Chairman

Aquino asks court to reconsider San Miguel ruling [ARTICLE]

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Aquino asks court to reconsider San Miguel ruling MANILA President Cora«>n Aquino asked the Philippine Supreme Court on Friday to reconsider a ruling expected to trigger a bitter fight for control of San Miguel Corp, the country's big gest company. •'We hope that the court will give us the opportunity

Tokyo's small firms to feel labour crunch 'throughout the 90s' [ARTICLE]

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Tokyo's small firms to feel labour crunch 'throughout the 90s' TOKYO A structural la hour shortage may continue lo put a big squeeze on small businesses m Japan throughout the 1990s and beyond unless they improve working conditions to lure young workers, a government report said yesterday The Small and

Multi-nationals set up $68m China investment firm [ARTICLE]

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Multi-nationals set up $68m China investment firm MONCKONC British. Dutch, Japanese, Hongkong ami mainland Chinese interests have joined hands to form a US$39-mlllion (5568.64--million) firm here for China investments, a key participant said yesterday China Assets Moldings was formed here on late Thursday after a signing ceremony, s-ml Mr Ted

Manila seeks 'non-traditional lenders' [ARTICLE]

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Manila seeks 'non-traditional lenders' MANILA The Philippines is trying to tap new sources of credit from Taiwan. South Korea and Saudi Arabia, but says aßTeement on fresh fund ing from overseas commercial banks remains crucial for its economic future. Central Hank Covernor Jose Cuisia said a global credit shortage was

Trade between North and South Korea soars [ARTICLE]

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Trade between North and South Korea soars SEOUL Indirect trade be tween North and South Korea surged m the first three months of this year, a South Korean government official said. Bilateral trade rose to U5543.9 million (S$76.H million) m the first quartet of 1991 compared with U552.69 million m

Aussie unemployment rate 'to continue rising' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Aussie unemployment rate 'to continue rising' CANBERRA Treasurer Paul Keating warned here yesterday that Australia's "unacceptably high" unemployment rate of 9.2 per cent last month would probably continue to rise for some months. But he told a meeting of the national Economic Planning and Advisory Council he still expected a

Foreign private investment in Australia down 25 % in 1990 [ARTICLE]

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Foreign private investment in Australia down 25 in 1990 CANBERRA Foreign private investment m Australia fell 25 per cent last year to A524.1 billion (5532.05 billion), the Foreign Investment Review Board reported yesterday. The board, which advises the government whether to approve individual Investment proposals, said Japa nese invested AsB.4

Craze for golf sees a mushrooming of resort projects in Growth Triangle [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Craze for golf sees a mushrooming of resort projects in Growth Triangle The Growth Triangle could burst with more than just factories m the mid-1990s Singapore, Johor and the Riau Islands could host one of the largest concentrations of golf courses m the world. When the new projects announced are

Others besides wholesalers, retailers also reaping profits [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Others besides wholesalers, retailers also reaping profits GOLFING equipment wholesalers and retailers are not the only ones reaping the fruits of the current golf craze. Landscape designers and contractors, printing compa nies and travel agencies here are also cashing m on the proliferation of golf clubs m the Growth Triangle.

Game no longer thought of as only for the old and the rich [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Game no longer thought of as only for the old and the rich NO LONGER considered an "old man's game" or the domain of jus! the rich, golf fever today has spread to housewives, undoi graduates, and even schoolchildren Some like Timothy Aeria, a 2 .'-year-old, who is fortunate enough

OVERSEAS MARKETS ROUND-UP

Profit-taking sends Dow below 3,000 points again [ARTICLE]

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Profit-taking sends Dow below 3,000 points again WALL Street's main indicator dipped below the 3,000-point harrier as profit-taking limit ed the market's progress on Thursday The Dow Jones average crossed the 3.000 point mark on Wednesday Stocks sold briskly after the opening bell as traders si phoned profits from Wednes

HONGKONG [ARTICLE]

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HONGKONG SHARK prices finished lower m thin trading yesterday. ahead of the weekend as overseas institutions look profits, mostly on blue chip slocks. "The airport issue is con tinuing to drag the tiMfl Seng index down," aid Mr Larry Tarn, Director of Hongkong sales at Sun Hung Kai Invest ment

TOKYO [ARTICLE]

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TOKYO STOCKS closed easier yester day after a quiet trading session, enlivened only by brief rounds of arbitrage-buying. The soft yen and bleak prospects for a near-term interest rate cut had most investors sidelined, allowing institutional profit takers to set the pace. The 225-share Nikkei aver age shed 256*3 points,

KUALA LUMPUR [ARTICLE]

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KUALA LUMPUR SHARK prices closed slightly lower yesterday due to the absence of institutional buyers and on profit-taking from the previous session's sharp rise. The New Straits Times Industrial Ordinary Share Index gained 7.16 points to 3,483.64. Falls led rises by 113 to 87. Ready turnover fell to 58.99 million

LONDON [ARTICLE]

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LONDON SHARKS finished slightly lower on London's Stork Exchange on Thursday after a brisk but featureless session. Dealers said following strong gains m recent weeks, the market appeared to be losing momentum and was likely to enter a prolonged period of consolidation. The Financial Times-Stock Kxehange 100-sharo Index lost fi.6

SYDNEY [ARTICLE]

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SYDNEY HKAVY buying of bank shares pushed the share market to an eight-month high yesterday, but late profit-tak-ing trimmed early gains. The All-Ordinaries Index closed higher for the seventh consecutive session, up 7.4 points at 1,519.6. The All-Industrials Index rose 17.1 points to close at 2,370.1. The hanking sector continued

AROUND MALAYSIAN COMPANIES

Dunlop sees M$26m profit [ARTICLE]

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Dunlop sees M$26m profit DUNLOP Estates Berhad is projecting a group pro-tax profit of M 526.58 million (5517.01 million) for this year. The company has estimated its last year's pretax profit to be Ms3.B million. In a circular, on its proposed rights issue of MSKH.SI-mil-lion nominal amount of 10-per cent

Shell's proposed bonus issue [ARTICLE]

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Shell's proposed bonus issue SHELL Refining Co Bhd's issued and paid-up capital will rise to Ms3oo million (Ssl92 million) after its proposed bonus issue of 180 million shares at Msl each on the basis of 3-for-2. The proposed bonus issue would not have any material effect on its net tangible

Magnum's unit dilutes stake [ARTICLE]

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Magnum's unit dilutes stake MAGNUM Corporation Bhd has informed Kamunting Corporation Bhd that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Jayavest Sdn Bhd, is no longer deemed to be a substantial shareholder of Kamunting. Jayavest's shareholding m Kamunting, which comprises 13.76 million shares, had been diluted to 2.68 |>er cent as at Dec 18,

MUM Bhd to gain M$22m [ARTICLE]

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MUM Bhd to gain M$22m MALAYAN United Manufacturing Hhd will make an extraordinary gain of M 522.4 million (S$l4J3 million) from the proposed sale of the Ming Court Hotel m Vancouver for Mj.o million. Senior Executive Director Khet Kok Yin said, m a circular to shareholders, that group net tangible

KUALA LUMPUR [ARTICLE]

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KUALA LUMPUR TRANSACTION DATE: APRIL 19, 1991 Adjusted lor new Issues; Par value Msl unless otherwise specified; P/E ratios are not adjusted lor currency dllterences. 1991 Last Vol Day Net High Low Company Sal* (000) High Low P/E INDUSTRIALS 244 166 AISB 50C B1 16 400 ?35 ?16 Sh .1

SIMEX FUTURES AND OPTIONS

British pound [ARTICLE]

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British pound Open Hifh Low Sett lit Vol km »l I /MO I M4n I /••D i /.»m h/ s«pl I MM Op«i hi (Hun) 10J Act Vol Hhurt) Mnc

Deutschemark [ARTICLE]

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Deutschemark (IK Jtt** f»»vft. li Open Hifti low Sett fjt «o) km 91 I) '.Hi; (ISM/ OS//4 o',/H/ /Ml S*p« DS«|I)A OS/4S Ott OS/Id Mar 9? Op*n bit (Ihurt) .'SO Act Vat ilhut) 719

Eurodollar — 3-month deposit [ARTICLE]

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Eurodollar 3-month deposit 1 11)0 malm) Open Hi f h low Sett fit Voi km 11 MM) 'tlhl 'MSH H.'SII lf>\ '»t 111 II )|7J '){>! HI,". D*c VM4 '».'X4 V /H /M (;<ii M» V 'M V4I ||«S lun» ''0 4h'l -I »l H M W M <M() Ow

Euromark — 3-month deposit [ARTICLE]

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Euromark 3-month deposit Open »|h toi Sett Est Vnl haw II I* 90 /4 hSA 4() hh I S«p» 9091A 90 H. 1 Ott M ii; M*9? 'M .M ium 'v n Sept 91(1 D«c 91 hi M« 93 l M hi Open Int (Ihws) 197 Act Vot (Ihuri) 140

Euroyen — 3-month deposit [ARTICLE]

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Euroyen 3-month deposit Open High low Sell HI V.il km 91 V t'l 97 111 'I.' .'I (I) 100 Sepl P/| 't. 1 Vf| Mil ,'HM Dec 5313 'Mill 'i."H '»."ti Mil Mji 9? 'not 'Mill 93 M 'IS lum 'MO4 Sepl 'Mil/ Der 'Mil/ Mil 97 'Ml)/ OpwilnMlhiiM) HfH

Gold [ARTICLE]

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Gold Open High low Sett Isi Vol *p> ti (Mm i m ni n i'> ii,' m luf NhV) (hi IMMI O*i 1/ 111 Itb 1/ I opm m iihwti M M M IWmt] m

Japanese yen [ARTICLE]

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Japanese yen Open High low Sett (si Vol km* 'tl 1 I M/IK 'HID' I \»pt I) IK) /I •< Ml Dt( Mm V <I.Hii llpm kit llhiitl |IH>/ Iri X.4 llhiicil

Nikkei Stock Average [ARTICLE]

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Nikkei Stock Average Op*n Hi(h low Sett M Vol Spot lAI I I i I 1,',!., I '1/ *P» S^pl '/i./ufl ii', O«C 'HIM) Mjf 9; 'Ml,Mi ()p*n bit (Ihut) 641/ Id Vnl llhmM 111)'.

Dubai Crude Oil [ARTICLE]

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Dubai Crude Oil Open High low Sett Fit Vol •un 91 53D ISM Au| IS.'i) Open kit (Ihun) 100 Act Vol (Ihufi) 100

Fuel Oil [ARTICLE]

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Fuel Oil S«n«i Inrfei Price (1/4/91) 8; 00 Open High low Sett Est Vol Mj* 91 hi mi |700 hi ,'i) h; N ,'imi lim* /I) HH (I) /')i)(lrt HlO .'</. My n HOA /I) 5 *P /'I HO 041 MO Open Inl (Ihuri) (988 Art Vol (Ihiirt) MSI

Eurodollar Options [ARTICLE]

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Eurodollar Options h*W 91 Cjll lime <J1 (Illti Mifh low Sett High low Sell WM Hi'lA lIIH %n .'MA 7U 'H. 11 .'MA .Ml JIM TOM ,'iik 'H/S IH4A IHI 9700 IMN isx I"- IMA 111 I 'Ml ID'IA |I)M I.'/ 1 MA HI I 'Mini MM V I Mitt

COMMODITIES

Rubber [ARTICLE]

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Rubber Closing prices (cents/kiio) M.ly !l|> 0 ?S I Ml M.il.iy.i.i "> M CMh May h|> USD CCHl

Palm oil [ARTICLE]

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Palm oil Crude palm oil (MJ/tonne) A|inl IH M) cmilhl Helmed pjltn oil (UM llXMIf I KRO PjIcii Oil M.iy (II. 1 (Mid K|i|l (M(M M.iy 111) cHIn) Inn.' HI) (Mfcrj HUH Slum ft|inl /Hi i rait .iiim Nl'llll.lllM'll HI], I M

Copper Grade A [ARTICLE]

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Copper Grade A (Ofiiciafclosing quotation. GBP/MT) i.r.li HUH lIM 144/ 144H IMmNn hw icHi ill? ■..tn.iii.-fit |4)0) |44H inner Oetokumpu i A i

Silver [ARTICLE]

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Silver Closing prices (USS/lroy ox) I him hi SMgjpMf 4 111 41 1 n Wfd lh.»\ N..* rmk 4oh 1 |ii h;<Hr., h,1,l

Crude & Product Prices [ARTICLE]

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Crude Product Prices CRUDF/PRODUCr MONTH' CHANGE PRICE (US$). wisi nxas MmmMi |mh 555 v nlpmfm! CSJ 180 HSK) I M m m Dcßlril i IWMflg I)) Pewotei priri ,i m.„ |.i i)| mm 1 Irlf.itf

Tin [ARTICLE]

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Tin Closing pricaa (Ms/kilo) M Iw U Ht. Itirnnn'r h', i

Aluminium [ARTICLE]

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Aluminium (Official doting quotation. US$/MT) C«* MIS I4IC III? |«U < HmMh ;u'. 1111, mm 14 ts vtn.',ii..-i! vii, MIH

HONGKONG [ARTICLE]

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HONGKONG Friday Ap'H U MKJ Amoy PfO|M»rtn>s I 0 I.", All...,) Ivors.-, is H III Asi.t S.- h Ani.i Sin Mtol All.,,,1 1W t. rp int i i n uni H.in.i i ,h, ft 0 ZXk oo. 1 I A unch < .if.. 1. o Ob < •••"Ii;- V I

TOKYO [ARTICLE]

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TOKYO Hlday April If >| N I I A|'"<" 1580 Mm hio Amada Asrfh i.ii.<s-, 809 10 As.if n M .< H40 H.mK 01 tahya i3?o Hfntgi 1100 1610 MM I Casio 1,V0 MHk Oli/en 10.W ?0 Da. Nippon Print M ,meh \1a> Nippon S< r um h Dai li

BANK RATES [ARTICLE]

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BANK RATES For deposits between $3,000 and $50,000 U For deposits between $3,000 and $99,999 For balances up to $100,000 PIf ASE CALL RESPECTIVE BANKS FOR DETAILS OCBC OUB UO6 DBS TIB POSfl KB KPOSII RATFS "KIRS 4': 4 Fat, 4 **>(x>Mt 1 ni' 4 4 4 4 4 4'

HIGH & LOW [ARTICLE]

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HIGH LOW Straits I in it's lniliistri.ils 1991 Hi k: h IS30.09 il l > 1 l »l) 1991 loa II 1'tns ilt. I ih All timt- iii^.li IM)/ 12 < 90) All tiint- low M 13 (79 6 65) Business Ihiicn Composite mi Hi>:h I ilS'X) (I 1 1

MOST ACTIVES [ARTICLE]

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MOST ACTIVES Ciiv IVv Wl b.954,000 M Credit ?.668,000 III ?.565.000 C.ilv Di-v'tCC ?.?46.00fl UK .'.I'll. ODD II I'mp wt 91 159.000 SMfatrM 1.996,000 M Cn-ilit Wl l )S I./36.000 Kcppd Curpn I. US'). 1)00 N.ilSlivi wt l.63?.000

TURNOVER (CASH) [ARTICLE]

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TURNOVER (CASH) Sector Volume Value Industrials I /t>l m I ?62 m Fmmcc iMiiKin U)l,l\i) Hotel-, 113,000 166.580 Properties i r) Dili) /61.070 Loan Stocks 1 06? in /86.410 I'l.inl.ilniir, I HO. 1)1)1) 'OH. OHO Minim: 110 000 ?09.850 total 3 /06 m 4.20? m

TURNOVER (READY) [ARTICLE]

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TURNOVER (READY) loUl Mjrkrl In Ihurs ln.lii.tii.il IS MIK in M H(/ in lin.inif /4't in SM>,' m llolrl. in 4/1 in l'ni|i.'ilir I i 100 in loin-. Mo, 1, "W M u, ','11 m ri.ini.iiiiin-, i \h iii (t,t) iii Mining I I4H in MH i ii id lol.il

Selected counters come under profit-taking [ARTICLE]

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Selected counters come under profit-taking Gerry de Silva MARKET REPORT By SHARE prices ended generally higher m moderate trading on the stock mar ket yesterday with some profit-taking m selective counters. A five-point overnight drop of the Dow .Jones and the Nikkei's 250-poinl fall yesterday acted as a check on

BONDS, LOANS AND WARRANTS [ARTICLE]

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BONDS, LOANS AND WARRANTS 1 1 Latl Vol Day laal Quou l)i» Uai* High Low Coda Company S«i. or 000 High low Buyar SaH«> PayaMa 1 i > im»< uwi at m m m m m '*•> l ■>-•-*.., I H. lM ''"•'> I .lUMiwdy Wt I „4 i( rt

CLOB INTERNATIONAL [ARTICLE]

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CLOB INTERNATIONAL TRANSACTION DATE: APRIL 19, 1991 1991 r.i Gr i Htuh Low c<v*. r— Vo1 Da l l! Ouota Olv Nsl Cod. Company S.I. or 000 H.flh luw Bu y .r S.H.. P,£ HONGKONG STOCKS (HK CENTS) w mim (in m i lun I K ■<«■■ "*> i '...I

UNKNOWN [ARTICLE]

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UNKNOWN TRANSACTION DATE: APRIL 19. 1991 Or •Ml T«| lad Vol Day La»l Uu»l« Olv Nol Hi<jh Law Cod* Company Sal* ot 000 High low Buyer S«M«r I INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL Ih.' i -(Hi A. H .MM I 129 10 ON p, i Ml MM IIS I 114.1 Am. ..I ]9|

SESDAQ [ARTICLE]

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SESDAQ All tharit quoted have par value of $1 unless otherwise specified 'Adjusted tor scrip/rights N Tai-eiempted dividend P/E ratios and gross yields ol foreign shares are adjusted tor currency differences Trustee stocks under CPF Approved Investment Scheme I Margin stocks ABN Is traded tn lots of 10 shares each,

UNIT TRUSTS [ARTICLE]

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UNIT TRUSTS Manager's prices for April 20 &22 Singapore Untt Trust H» fiwiifi I* 1 iai Dm S.uiii|f. luiiil lUS 112 l'icy( f mill II 4H IS? SpmSl himl UK 1) OSI S'pMC 1,,,.-, i 1,,,..) (1% 0% Mh.ih I quit* hunt 111 II h« Asia Unit Trust M.,i i

MARKET SUMMARY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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MARKET SUMMARY aimsAKUHt Volume: 83.38m units 28.43m) Value: $229.48m $17.93m) Indices Apr 19 Apr 18 SF Industrials I53M9 IS7S8S SI finance H99.M /S91 Si SF Hotels 1086/6 1084 /4 SI Properties //3 16 /69/1 BI Composite IMS 90 1308 94 BIMGA /4 1 4/ /40// BF OB/OS t 13 32

INTEREST RATES [ARTICLE]

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INTEREST RATES PRIME RATE Averjge Prime lending R.it* 7* Avet.y of Singapore's tout loc.il H.mk\ ASIAN CURRENCY UNIT Contract data 19/4/91 Source OCBC tijnk CUMHNCY 1 MIH ]MX b MIH 9 MIH I.'MIH CMI VAtlft DAK US$ V V V S-, S M .1 I) *l 10. to to io

FOREIGN EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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FOREIGN EXCHANGE SPOT RATES 8 iJ »$/US$ £/US$ uss opw i /MS it/ 1 i /sso nm 0//60 isu Cl«« 1/190 U80S I //<") //sou <) //|6 /w Source Astley A Pearce COUNTER RATES Singapore dollar* to on* unit of foreign currency Buyirt| 00 Sehn 18 I /bbO t /800

GOLD PRICES [ARTICLE]

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GOLD PRICES SINGAPORE Phyucjl (S$) M (hurt Kil«>b't' /<) i/S 44'. ,'ii MM 4^«) KM) tPin AIH9 1)1,1 *><> K'» 10/? l.OW |.O?| IOU. ?O «m 40/ 4 IK 40/ 4 IK S Kin 10/ III 10/ III I k"> N n i ,'<) Button cmm (SS/o/) Spore httllion i

Electro Magnetic lias net asset surplus of $7.78 m' [ARTICLE]

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Electro Magnetic lias net asset surplus of $7.78 m' Caroline Chan By TKoum.Kl) Kkvlro Magnet Ir <'<• is estimated i«» have a net .issrt surplus of $7.78 mil lion after amounts owing to unsecured creditors, accord ing to its judicial managers. In .1 statement of affairs of Ike company, the

Many bids for Smith Street shophouses [ARTICLE]

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Many bids for Smith Street shophouses THK M pre-war shophouscs at Smith Sti»'(<t m Chinatown have attracted the highest MMtber of hids so far for restored buildings offered foi rent. More than IKO husmrssmen sent m bids of about $11) per s<| ft or less for the shop houses raSjßiai

Insurance plans designed for major illnesses [ARTICLE]

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Insurance plans designed for major illnesses YOUR LIFE Q! AM thinking of l»ii\ini; U life iiiMir.MK |Mtlic\ to protect my family. I am also < niKcriii'd annul t hi- rrcrnt government statistics on the high Incldrncfs of heart dlsr;i.s«\ cancer and other serlous Illiirssts. There are, I am told, specific

PELS is first Asian firm to receive Beacon of Quality award [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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PELS is first Asian firm to receive Beacon of Quality award KAK Kasl Lev intfslon Ship building has become the first Asian company to receive the Beacon of Quality award for its commitment to quality process. PELS Chairman Sim Kee Bon yesterday received the award from Mr Larry McFad m,

Sofitel Palm Resort in Johor eyes S'poreans [ARTICLE]

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Sofitel Palm Resort in Johor eyes S'poreans I'AI.M Resort Sdn Bhd, which is developing the Ms:t<X) mil lion (Ssl<N) 71 million) Sofltel Palm Resort m Johor, has put Singaporeans high on its pri orlty list for its five star hotel ami g(»lf courses To Ih« completed m MM, the resort

YCH Group has plans to go big in the region' [ARTICLE]

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YCH Group has plans to go big in the region' THE YCH (iroup plans to go hij; regionally by Httlag up a network of warehousing and distribution facilities m the Asia Pacific region "We want lo bOOMK I !<• < a I grown multinational com pany with out own companies

Times Pub profit rises to $25m at half time [ARTICLE]

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Times Pub profit rises to $25m at half time TIMFS Publishing has |>osted a group pie-tax profit of $25 million for the first six months, an improvement of nearly a third over the same period the previous year This was despite a flat turn over of $299 66 million for

The Straits Times Money

TOP RISES [ARTICLE]

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TOP RISES SIA liiii'ifn IK/I! In N.iISI.tI MS Spwe Kni SOd I R Kulh liiih'ilIC W5 Hcppd i; Wrt. Mil I N DBS (oi.' 1( mi M) ''i OCK hitei^ii llhll luroiiH ShtpSOC 138 H Sfmb Shipy^fd /OS I 70 bnM| I mrSOc Ml i ?n

TOP FALLS [ARTICLE]

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TOP FALLS I f. I ANA M 14 CoMSfc .'M4 If (Hh( Ml 1/ SCHt 1(1 lint, 10 ImhIi Ml NnbiMvin 444 Oil Sr, onli- 1S4

SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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SCOREBOARD DNLGJLGJH;LG Up Down Unrli IiuJiinIimI HS 13 hii.imi' l Hrtcfc II PMpHlMI 1/ H M ri,iiit,ilnni\ i) ;> Mining I i) o W.iiumIs 32 i id Total 1/? 81 52

SRC plans major $30m rebuilding of Padang clubhouse [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SRC plans major $30m rebuilding of Padang clubhouse excellence m field s|mh t.s like hockey, cricket and rugby, the new clubhouse will also allow it to break new grand with facilities for badminton. squash and even howling. SRC intends to submit the redevelopment plans to the authorities shortly. It ho|H

Asia's first golf show secures $30m of on-the-spot sales [ARTICLE]

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Asia's first golf show secures $30m of on-the-spot sales RF.FLKCTINC the golfing boom m Asia, the region's first international golf show got off to a flying start with some $30 million worth of on-the-spot sales secured. Another $50 million of business commitments have also been clinched for the next 12

Golf craze [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Golf craze run \M) -II \l I year old Timothy Aerla taking a erark at putting, was among the thousands at the remit (iolf Asia '91 exhibition. Timothy's dad, Mr Kalph Aerla, 32, an KSAI 1 pilot was among those who spoke to The Straits Times on the exploding golf

Dow Jones [ARTICLE]

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Dow Jones NKW YORK The Dow Jones avenge Of HO industrials dropped M.S9 points to 2,9H2.fi7 m tho first 90 minutes of trading, yosterday. AP

HK businessmen hope others will follow S'pore move to invest in colony [ARTICLE]

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HK businessmen hope others will follow S'pore move to invest in colony Foo Choy Peng By m Hongkong honckonc Leaolog busi nessmen here ho|x» ihat the Singapore Cowermnent'i plan to invest heavily m the colony would help to convince others hat Hongkong is still a good place to put money

March CPI up by 3.8% [ARTICLE]

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March CPI up by 3.8% INFLATION continued to oat into tho pockets of Singaporeans last month as tho Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose by 3.8 j)or cent compared with the same month a year ago. The CPI however fell by half a per cent between February and March, the Department

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Life!

Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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Life! The Straits Times Saturday. April ?Q. 1991

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Cover Story

Rabbit's last lap [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Rabbit's last lap 1959 1969 1979 1989 K.isenhower Nixon Carter Reagan Rabbit, Run Rabbit Redux Rabbit Is Rirh Rabbit At RestSinfe 1959. John Updike has come*up with a novel every decade chronicling the life and times of America's Everyman. Harry "Rabbit" Angstrom. Set m the final year of each decade,

One up on Updike [ARTICLE]

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One up on Updike IT IS MM, 1» years after Rabbit At Rest But John Updike has declined to do another liahhit book. You tod empty and con fused How CM you ever fill the void m you Simple write it yourself Here are seven quick steps, cul led from

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Short Takes

THE FIRST CUT IS THE DEEPEST [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE FIRST CUT IS THE DEEPEST ANN MUfl (above) latest movie, My American (Irandson, which was shown at thr Singapore International Film Festival 1991 last month, has stirred up a controversy m Hongkong It was snipped by censors m China where it was filmed. Not that then* was anything offensive

Raw deal [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Raw deal NORMAN YAM YES, they are supposed to be professionals but actresses do feel uncomfortable when It comes to filming daring scenes. Mondi Yau (right) is reported to be so traumatized after her infamous role m the Category 111 movie, Temptation Summary, that she sought psychiatric help. And that

THREE'S COMPANY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THREE'S COMPANY ANITA MUI (from left), Alan Tarn and Eric Tsang are now into a mogabuck part norship. The stars have bought Asia Hotol m Hongkong for HK$4O million (SSHH mil lion). Anita has thrown many parties then. including a grand banquet which was thought to he her engagement dinner

PLAYING THK BIG BOSS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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PLAYING THK BIG BOSS STKIMIKN CHOW (right) to play BniCt Loo' That almost sounds liko an irreveront joke, but Hongkong director Tsui Siuming is serious about casting Chow for the role of the late gong fu star m the movie he is about to direct. "Stephen's portrayal of Bran I.cc

PRAK OF UNPOPULARITY [ARTICLE]

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PRAK OF UNPOPULARITY OH DKAK. Joan Chen is making herself very unpopular on the set of the cult TV series, Twin Peaks. The agent of one of the actors m the series has been quoted as saying that the actress is known as PFH the Pig From Hell among the

BRINGING UP DAUGHTERS [ARTICLE]

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BRINGING UP DAUGHTERS CASANOVAS m their younger days, Wang Yu and Ke Jun-hsiong are now strict disciplinarians with their daughters Said Wang "AH my three daughters are pretty and I have no objections to their choice of jobs, so long as they steer clear of showbusiness I was m it,

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Triumph of the spirit [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Triumph of the spirit Individuals who clash with the system usually make tor compelling drama, as the following videos selected by CHERIAN GEORGE show. IF THUY kill me. they will have my dead body, but they will not have my one dience. Mohandas K. (Jandhi's words, immortalised outside India m

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Living for the movies [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Living for the movies on<; SOU CHIN CINEMA PAKADISO Coming to Jade ClassicM IF MOVIES are an integral part of your life, then Cinema Paradiso is a movie you will readily identify with. The premise is simple that tho appreciation of movies is as intense and all-consuming as religion a

Films On TV [ARTICLE]

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Films On TV ■TOMORROW Movie I'aradc Miracle Landing SHC 5, 2. pm Miracle landing stars C'onni** Sellecca, Wayne Rog«rv and Ana Alicia m a drama of how Iho extraordinary eour ■KB of ordinary |>eople averted a plant' disaster In 19KX. a Hawaiian airliner with *fi passengers on board ran into

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