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The Straits Times, 23 June 1940

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THE SUNDAY TIMES THE LEADING SUNDAY NEWSPAPER IN MALAYA FINAL EDITION No. 444 Sunday, June 23, 1940 Price 10 Cents THE SUNDAY TIMES The Leading Sunday Newspaper In Malaya Ho. 444 Sunday. June 23, 1940 Price 10 Cents

HITLER TO WAIT FOR ANSWER [ARTICLE]

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HITLER TO WAIT FOR ANSWER Armistice Will Not Be Signed Yet FRANCE HOLDING DISCUSSIONS WITH ITALY AS WELL London, Saturday. MARSHAL Pctain's French Government has decided -"Mhat it can make no final decision about the armistice with Germany until it has held discussions v»ith Italy as well as Germany. This

French Colonial Army Aids The Motherland [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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French Colonial Army Aids The Motherland LJE is one of France's toughest n soldiers and can take whatever the enemy has to offer and repay with interest. He is a member of the French Colonial Druses Cavalry Regiment, at Djebel Druse, Port Etentnrd. He holds the Regimental standard.

Scharnhorst Bombed And Torpedoed [ARTICLE]

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Scharnhorst Bombed And Torpedoed London, Saturday. A THIRD attack on the 26.000- ton German battle cruiser Scharnhorst has been made by both naval and air forces. A communique Issued by the Admiralty and Air Ministry states that she received considerable damage and that one German destroyer was also hit by

French Tankers Hoist British Flag [ARTICLE]

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French Tankers Hoist British Flag Istanbul, Saturday. CIX French tankers anchored here have been transferred to British ownership and hoisted the British flag. Reuter.

NO HOT WATER [ARTICLE]

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NO HOT WATER Because of the fuel shortage caused oy the war the Swiss Government has forbidden the use of domestic hot water systems except on Saturdays.

WHY NAZIS EXPELLED U.S. JOURNALISTS [ARTICLE]

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WHY NAZIS EXPELLED U.S. JOURNALISTS New York, Saturday. THE expulsion of Mr. Ralph Barnes A and Mr. Russell Hill, Berlin representatives of the New York HeraldTribune from Germany follows a dispatch by Mr. Barnes reporting that the Wilhelmstrasse was angry at Russia's occupation of the Baltic countries. "Hitler will not

Fleet Air Arm Destroy Two German Ships [ARTICLE]

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Fleet Air Arm Destroy Two German Ships DKITISH planes have sunk two German ships, the A*~ Ministry announces. A communique says that aircraft of the Fleet Air Arm and coastal command aircraft of the Royal Air Force on Friday attacked enemy shipping docks, naval storehouses and an oil depot at

Submarine Captured By Trawler [ARTICLE]

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Submarine Captured By Trawler London, Saturday. A BRITISH trawler has captured one of Italy's large submarines. She surrendered after a battle in the Gulf of Aden. The trawier. H.M.S Moonstone, sighted the periscope of a submerged submarine. Sh? at once attacked with depth charges which brought the submarine to the

GANDHI ATTACKS HITLERISM [ARTICLE]

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GANDHI ATTACKS HITLERISM Bombay, Saturday. "LJITLEKISM is a naked, ruth- less force reduced to an exact science worked with scientific precision," writes Mr. Gandhi in his newspaper Harijan on "How To Combat flitlerism." Mr. Gandhi writes that Hitler is not giving the Hermans "the pleasure of owning an Empire but

DUKE OF WINDSOR [ARTICLE]

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DUKE OF WINDSOR The Duke of Windsor arrived In Barcelona from France on Friday. He said his plans were not fixed but he was going to Madrid shortly.

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More Italian Factories Bombed [ARTICLE]

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More Italian Factories Bombed AIR ATTACKS ON ALEXANDRIA DO LITTLE DAMAGE London, Saturday. CEVENTY British planes yesterday successfully bombed industrial plants at Lecco and Balleda, near Milan, states a report received at Zurich from the Italian frontier. It is also reported that Allied airmen destroyed large petrol dumps near Venice.

Sir Shenton Broadcasts From B.B.C. [ARTICLE]

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Sir Shenton Broadcasts From B.B.C. "IT is certain that the great British naval base at Singapore will play a battle role in any development that may occur in the Far East," declared a 8.8.C. announcer last night just before introducing Malaya's Governor and High Commissioner, Sir Shenton Thomas, as the

'Britain Needs U.S. Weapons More Than Troops'—Times [ARTICLE]

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'Britain Needs U.S. Weapons More Than Troops' Times London, Saturday. r\ISCUSSING the appointment of U Mr Henry L. Stimson and Col. Frank Knox to be U.S. Secretaries for War and Navy respectively, The Times says, They are men of great and proved ability. They have made no secret of their

Wonder Bomb Sight To Stay U.S. Army Secret [ARTICLE]

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Wonder Bomb Sight To Stay U.S. Army Secret Washington, Saturday. THE suggestion that Mr. H. Woodring, the retiring Secretary of War, had been asked to surrender "national defence secret No. 1" the United States army's secret bomb sight was refuted by Senator Barkley In the Senate today. The suggestion was

REFUGEES POUR INTO PORTUGAL [ARTICLE]

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REFUGEES POUR INTO PORTUGAL London. Saturday. MESSAGES are coming from tne remaining free countries In Europe which tell how refugees from German occupied territory are pouring In. Th 2 chief influx has been Into Portugal. Lisbon has reported the arrival of 500 British refugees from France. Thr:<* thousand more are

This Was Once A Village [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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This Was Once A Village The ruins of a tiny French village, obviously not a military objective, after it had been ruthlessly bombed by the Nazis.

Rumania's Closer Ties To The Two Axis Powers [ARTICLE]

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Rumania's Closer Ties To The Two Axis Powers Bucharest, Saturday. DUMANIA has been turned rv into a fully-fledged totalitarian state under a decree issued last night which states that the National Renaissance Front has become a single totalitarian party, which will function under the supreme leadership of King Carol. The

Italo-Japan-Manchu Trade Agreement [ARTICLE]

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Italo-Japan-Manchu Trade Agreement Rome, Saturday. AN agreement regulating trade between Italy, Japan and Manchukuo has been concluded, according to the Stefani newsagency, reports Reuter. According to the Japanese Eastern News agency, Mr. Nao'.ake Sato, former Foreign Minister who is now in Italy as the chairman of the Japanese goodwill mission,

MR. ERNEST BEVIN [ARTICLE]

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MR. ERNEST BEVIN London, Saturday. •yHE Minister of Labour Mr. Ernest Bavin, has been returned uneppesed at Central Wandsworth. filling the vacancy caused by the elevation to the peerage of Col. Nathan (Labour). Mr. Bevin said that his election unopposed was evidence of British unity in supporting the government to

ESCAPED NAZIS, TOOK WOUNDED TO SAFETY [ARTICLE]

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ESCAPED NAZIS, TOOK WOUNDED TO SAFETY London, Saturday. THE Military Medal has been awarded to a private of the Durham Light Infantry who, when made a prisoner by the Germans and ordered to drive a truck loaded with wounded behind a tank going into action, escaped and brought the wounded

BOMBERS LEAVE U.S. FOR BRITAIN [ARTICLE]

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BOMBERS LEAVE U.S. FOR BRITAIN New York, Saturday. FIFTY-FIVE low-wing Northrop attack bombers, which formerly belonged to the United States army, left Mitchell Field aerodrome in New York for Halifax (Newfoundland) to-day on the way to Britain, says the New York Times. Thirty-eight more bombers are being shipped to England

F.M.S. Volunteers To Be Called Up On July 9 [ARTICLE]

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F.M.S. Volunteers To Be Called Up On July 9 (From Our Own Correspondent.) Kuala Lumpur, Saturday. JSSUED last night in the F.M.S. Government Gazette are orders and rules in connection with the Compulsory Service (Volunteer Force) Bill .and Volunteer Force (Training) Bill, which are to be taken through all stages

SERVICE PENSIONS [ARTICLE]

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SERVICE PENSIONS Admiral Sir Richard F. Phlllimore and Admiral Sir Douglas R. L. Nicholson have been awarded Good Service Pensions of £300 a year each from March 31 and April 21. 1340. respectively, in the vacancies caused by the death of Admiral Sir George Egerton and of Ad miral Sir

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BRITAIN IS ALERT BUT CALM ON EVE OF GREAT ATTACK [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BRITAIN IS ALERT BUT CALM ON EVE OF GREAT ATTACK Steps Taken To Cope With Any Tactics FRESH REFUGEES A BIG PROBLEM /"\X the eve of the expected biir (icrman offensive across the Channel. Great Britain, whoso extensive defence measures are now in an advanced stage, emains calm but alert,

New Russo-Japanese Negotiations Soon [ARTICLE]

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New Russo-Japanese Negotiations Soon Toko. Saturday. THE Soviet Union has decided to take 1 up the matter of negotiations for a permanent fishery treaty with Japan, the Foreign Office spokesman announced today. The Japanese Government submitted a dralt fishery treaty to the Soviet Urvon three months ago. The negotiat ons

U.S. Police WarnedOf New Bomb Outrages [ARTICLE]

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U.S. Police WarnedOf New Bomb Outrages New York, Saturday. fWO HUNDRED police ..nil detec- fives have been placed on guard at the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges, spanning the East River, after police had received an anonymous telephone learning that the bridnes vere to be bombed. Following Thursday's outr^- In th»

T. V. SOONG GOING TO UNITED STATES? [ARTICLE]

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T. V. SOONG GOING TO UNITED STATES? Hong Kong, Saturday. Jl^R. T. V. Soong is reported to have arrived from Chungking together with his s'.ster. Mndame Chiang Kaishek, and will shcrtly go to New York to sek flnancia' aid of American bankers there.— Eastern News.

LATVIAN AMNESTY [ARTICLE]

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LATVIAN AMNESTY A Riga, Saturday. N amnesty for political prisoners was proclaimed in a broadcast to the nation by the new Latvian Prime Minister, M. Kirchenstems, who stated it would apply to all those were Imprisoned by the former Government and who will struggle for the liberty and well-being of

Guarding Oil In Rumania [ARTICLE]

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Guarding Oil In Rumania Bucharest. AN anti-Fifth Col'imn and anti-sabotage decree issued to-day by the Ministry of National Defence prohibits all foreigners from using any means of transport except railways in or near oilfields. The chief regions affected are Ploesti. 40 miles north of Bucharest. Constanza harbour and Glurglu on

Muslim States To Discuss Syria's Future [ARTICLE]

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Muslim States To Discuss Syria's Future Ankara, Saturday. IUEWS of the impending arri- val of Gen. Nuri es-Said, the Iraa Foreign Minister, is regarded here as being particularly important at the present juncture, and it Is certain that the position of the French Mandated Territory of Syria will form the

EMPEROR OF MANCHUKUO VISITING JAPAN [ARTICLE]

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EMPEROR OF MANCHUKUO VISITING JAPAN Hsinking, Saturday. r[E Empercr of Manchukuo, Mr. Henry Pu Vi, Is leaving to-day for Dairen en route to Toklo. He Is scheduled to sail from Dairen for Japan aboard the Japanese battleship Hyuga. Eastern News.

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"Pinocchio" Will Be Here Soon [ARTICLE]

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"Pinocchio" Will Be Here Soon AN army of 1.200 workers con- cerned in the making of WaX Disney's second full-length colour feature cartoon, Pinocchio soon to be shown at the Alhambra cinema, included story men, directors and assistants, musicians and composers, camera crews, technicians, engineers, paint laboratory technicians and chemists.

Foreign Stars Find New War Strikes Close [ARTICLE]

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Foreign Stars Find New War Strikes Close CTARS of foreign birth, now in Hollywood, are finding to-day that the war in Europe strikes much closer to home than it does to the average American. Many of them have families and trlends in the various belligerent countries. More have relatives in

Hook-&-Eye Sarong! [ARTICLE]

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Hook-&-Eye Sarong DIRECTOR Victor Schertzinger la threatening to call G-Men to the set of "Road to Singapore" at Paramount to investigate a plot against Dorothy Lamour. "It happened again to-day for the third time in a week." Director Schertzinger raved to Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. "I'm going to turn

Cold Caught In Artificial Snow [ARTICLE]

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Cold Caught In Artificial Snow MOST curious catch of the most common human ailment, a cold, has been registered by film actress Lull Deste. Miss Deste caught a cold from over-heating In a snow set for Unlversal's "Ski Patrol," timely drama which deals wltli warfare In the Arctic. Attired In

This Week's Films [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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This Week's Films ALHAMBRA Now On: Primrose Path." (Ginger Rogers, Joel McCrea, Marjorie Rambeau, Henry Travers. Miles Mander). R.K.0.-Radio drama. Next Change: "An Angel From Texas." (Eddie Albert. Rosemary Lane, Wayne Morris. Jane Wyman, Ronald Reagan). Warner Bros, comedy. CAPITOL Now On: "Music In My Heart." (Tony Martin. Rita Hayworth,

Gable And Tracy To Sing Duet [ARTICLE]

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Gable And Tracy To Sing Duet CLARK Gable and Spencer Tracy are going to sing a duet. It will be their first together, and will be solely without the benefit of musical accompaniment. The song will be a drinking song without much tune, rhythm or lyrics and will be delivered

Backwards [ARTICLE]

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Backwards •"THE set represented a parking lot 1 at the rear of the cafe owned by George Raft in Walter Wanger's House Across the Bay." There were three rows of cars with a narrow strip between each. Raft was seated in. a car located in the centre row. "All right.

Robert Taylor's Moustache [ARTICLE]

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Robert Taylor's Moustache T*HE moustache which Robert Taylor adopted for his role of the young British officer in Waterloo Bridge will be retained henceforth as a permanent addition, but remodelled and slightly enlarged, the star admitted recently. He is now letting it grow out for his role as the young

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BRIDGE NOTES WHILE to-day's hand may not have gy THE FOUR ACES been bid In the best fashion. nevertheless the final contract of sin n South West notrump was a pretty good one. How- 2S Pasa 3C Pass ever, South needed to get Into his own 3j> Pass 3NT Pass

Sitting On The Fence [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sitting On The Fence Nathaniel Gubbins By THE floor of our workroom opened suddenly while we were wondering what to write about in such times, and up popped our old friend Mr. Lucifer. He was still wearing his bowler hat to hide the horns above his ears, though one had

Mainly About Malayans [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mainly About Malayans —By The Onlooker MUCH of the credit for the sustained interest in civil aviation locally must go to Mr. Jack Sale, chief instructor of the Royal Singapore Flying Club. His personal keenness is naturally reflected by those he has taught to fly while, by constantly insisting on

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"Freshers" Of The King Edward VII College Of Medicine [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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"Freshers" Of The King Edward VII College Of Medicine "PRESHERS" of the King Edward VII College of Medicine pose outside the college for The Sunday Times cameraman. This year's enrolments total 62 of which seven are women. The women are < from left to right) Miss Heah Beng Hong, Miss

European Association Seeks Members' Views On Income Tax [ARTICLE]

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European Association Seeks Members' Views On Income Tax CEVERAL hundred Europeans in Singapore, members of the European Association of Malaya, have been circularised by their Association for their views on income tax. A special committee of the Association considered the matter at length and prepared a memorandum containing a summary

New Club To Save Boys From Secret Societies [ARTICLE]

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New Club To Save Boys From Secret Societies AFTER leverai months of work, the special committee of the Straits Chinese British Association which has beon considering the formation of a boys' club, is to open the club as soon as its headquarters arc available. It is understood < hat Government

COLONY'S MESSAGE OF LOYALTY [ARTICLE]

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COLONY'S MESSAGE OF LOYALTY Ti-E Colonial Office has received a 1 message loyally supporting the Government and the people of Great Brit.iin from the Legislative Council of the Straits Settlements. This message was enthusiastically endorsed by European, Eurasian, Indian. Chinese, and Malay unofflcials. It will be recalled that a request

PICKPOCKET GAOLED [ARTICLE]

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PICKPOCKET GAOLED CENTENCE of six weeks' rigorous lm- prisonment was passed on Llong Cheong. a Cantonese, in the Singapore second police court yesterday for picking the pocket of a cinema-ticket purchaser at the Jubilee Hall, North Bridge Road, on June 14. Liong admitted a previous conviction for theft.

"STRONG ACTION" URGED [ARTICLE]

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"STRONG ACTION" URGED TPHE sseriousness of the labour posl- tton in Singapore was emphasized at a meeting of the general committee of the European Association of Malaya on June 7. It was decided that the Association should write to Government stating that the labour situation is becoming increasingly dangerous and

MR. CHEAH PHEE HOON [ARTICLE]

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MR. CHEAH PHEE HOON (From Our Own Correspondent) Muar, Friday. ■"pHE death has taken place in hos- pital of Mr. Cheah Phee Hoon, clerk attached to the magistrate's court, Muar. Among those at the luneral were: Messn. Lee Thlan Soo. Lee Kal Swee, K. Kathiravelu, Hashim bin Mahbeb, M. Robert*,

ALLEGED COMMUNIST [ARTICLE]

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ALLEGED COMMUNIST A LLEGED to have acted as a mem- ber of an unlawful society, "The Malayan Communist Party,'' at the Singapore Harbour Board, Sim Tiau Bun, a 23-year-old Hokkien. claimed trial when charged in the Singapore third police court yesterday. Ball was opposed when the case was postponed a

BLACK-OUT BROADCAST [ARTICLE]

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BLACK-OUT BROADCAST The Director of A.R.P., Singapore. Mr. J. E. Jeans, will explain in a short talk from the Singapore station at 7.35 p.m. to-night what should be done during the black-out on WednesdayThursday, June 26-27.

City's Main Gasometer Is Being Repaired [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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City's Main Gasometer Is Being Repaired CIXCJAPORE'S largest gasometer, which supplies the whole of the city with its gas, is bring taken down steel strip by steel strip, for the first time since its erection in 1913. It is to be examined, repaired and rebuilt. Commanding Maxwell Road, this gasometer

Frenchmen In Malaya Want to Fight On [ARTICLE]

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Frenchmen In Malaya Want to Fight On R/lALAYA'S colony of French residents numbering about 100 yesterday sent a telegram to the French Ambassador in London urging that France should continue the struggle by the side of Great Britain. The telegram read "The French residents of Singapore and Malaya fully associate

THAI MINISTER TO LONDON HERE [ARTICLE]

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THAI MINISTER TO LONDON HERE DHRA Manuvedya Vlmolnard, the newly appointed Thai Minister to London, arrived In Singapore yesterday on his way to England. He succeeds Phya Rajawangsan, who died lour months ago. Phra Manuvedya Vimolnard was until his appointment to London, a chief Judge In the Bangkok Appeal Court.

DR. S. V. CHELLAM [ARTICLE]

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DR. S. V. CHELLAM (Prom Our Own Correspondent.) Port Swettenham. DR. S. V. Chellam, Deputy Health Officer, Port Swettenham, has been appointed to act for Dr. PoulstonJones as Health Officer, Klang and Coast district, while the latter is on holiday In Europe.

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Appeasement [ARTICLE]

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Appeasement West Lavington By THE policy of so-called appeasement came into prominence ac Munich in September, 1938. It is a policy which is thought to be identified with the name of Mr. Chamberlain as its originator, and to have now been discarded by him. Neither conception is at all accurate.

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Adventures In Liberia [ARTICLE]

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Adventures In Liberia 1 Pound Africa. By van Nes Allen. Robert Hale. 12s. 6d. "I FOUND Africa" Is a delightfully written and unsophisticated account of a very young man's adventures In Liberia. As a boy Van Nes had always dreamed of Africa, and when he was eighteen he got a

Two Good Novels [ARTICLE]

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Two Good Novels Drink to Yesterday. By Mannlnr Coles. Ilodder and Stoughton. 9s. The Undefeated. By George Wolfenden. Hurst and Blackett. 8s. 6d. "r\RINK to Yesterday" is an original L'and nrst class thriller. It opens with the inquest on a lonely garage proprietor, and a verdict of "Suicide" is returned,

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MEDICAL EXAMINATION OF CONSCRIPTS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MEDICAL EXAMINATION OF CONSCRIPTS Singapore Europeans Have Had Notices DRITISH Europeans in Singapore yesterday received notices requiring them to present themselves for medical examination by a medical board appointed under the Compulsory Service (Local Forces) Ordinance. Meanwhile, the Singapore tribunal appointed under the same ordinance as well as the Local

Old Boys' President [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Old Boys' President Mr. Chin Thin Yee, president o/ the Ipoh Anglo-Chinese School Old Boys. The School celebrated its 45fh anniversary las\ week.

Shark Takes American Seaman [ARTICLE]

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Shark Takes American Seaman lOHN K ASK. able seaman of the American vessel Steel Inventor, was tak:n by a shark when swimming mar his vessel in the Empire Dock lagoon yesterday. Kask was swimming with a shipmate, Edward Kelly, at *,he time. He was heard to shout for help and

Gaol And Rotan For Drugging Fish Curry [ARTICLE]

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Gaol And Rotan For Drugging Fish Curry COR voluntarily causing hurt to two comj atriots by administering a drug in a fish curry which he prepared for thfltt, Muthusamy, a Tamil labourer, vas sentenced to three months' ri jorous imprisonment and to 12 strokes of the heavy rotan, by Mr.

TWO WAVELENGTHS FOR MORNING NEWS [ARTICLE]

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TWO WAVELENGTHS FOR MORNING NEWS r.E news from London broadcast at 7.50 a.m. (local time) on the 31--metre band will, from to-day, he broadcast on an additional wavelength. The second wavelength is GSN, 25.38 metres. 11 82 megacycles.

POLICE BAND DATES [ARTICLE]

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POLICE BAND DATES THE Police Band will play to-day at Botanic Gardens at 8.30 pjn.; on Tuesday at Telok Ayer at 6.00 p.m. on Wednesday at Katong Par* at 8.30 p.m.; and on Friday at Farrer Park at 5.30 pm.

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Dr M. A. Gabriel, recently made a Justice of the Peace for Selangor. was enter. air.eel to dinner by the Klang and P

NEW AIR SERVICE IN OPERATION [ARTICLE]

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NEW AIR SERVICE IN OPERATION r:E new weekly air -nail service from Sydney Australia, o Durban, South Africa, by way o* Malaya, India, Egypt and East Africa— as an alternative to the normal flying-boat service which was suspended 'vhen Italy entered the war is now In operation. This air service

Stay Out, Come In Signal [ARTICLE]

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Stay Out, Come In Signal TTIIKRE is a man in Singapore who uses the traffic light system to admit callers into his office or warn them that he is engaged and would they mind waiting. The man is Mr. R. W. Watson Hvatt, who is in charge of the Department

INSPECTORS TO GO TO ASSIZES [ARTICLE]

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INSPECTORS TO GO TO ASSIZES AT the conclusion of a "relimlnary inquiry held yesterday in the fifth court, two young Chinese Inspectors of police. Chua Keng Lin and Seah Keng Loy. were committed by the magistrate, Mr. L. C. Goh, to the next Assizes on a charge of voluntarily causing

THE ALHAMBRA [ARTICLE]

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THE ALHAMBRA At The Cinema U7HEN Walt Disney completed his TT second full-length technicolour feature "Pinocchio" and said It was even better than "Snow White." he made no idle boast. This production, which was applauded by Singapore cinema-goers at its Alhambra cinema midnight premiere last night, is certainly the best

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Opinion [ARTICLE]

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Opinion EDITORIAL, MANAGERIAL AND ADVERTISING OFFICE: Cecil Street, Singapore. Malaya's War Effort Is Lagging |MALAYA'S war effort, in too many ITI respects, is lagging. What was good enough, and even a matter lor congratulation, a fortnight ago is lamentably weak to-day. The position should be faced with realism—not pess i

Nazis Prepare To Carry War Into America [ARTICLE]

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Nazis Prepare To Carry War Into America Panama Canal Plot /JERMANY is preparing to carry the war into the American Continent by Fifth Column methods. Nazi agents In Central America have been charged with the task of fomenting a revolution in Panama, establishing a pro-German Government there and attempting by

CRIPPS SEES MOLOTOV [ARTICLE]

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CRIPPS SEES MOLOTOV ■yHE New British Ambassador in Moscow. Sir Stafford Cripps. and the new French Ambassador, made separate calls on M. Molotov, the Prime Minister, and Foreign Commissar. Each interview lasted an hour.

Did Nazi Chiefs Lure Leopold ? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Did Nazi Chiefs Lure Leopold pVIDENCE now accumulating goes to show that Leopold's surrender was not due merely to sudden loss of nerve or mere incapacity, but is the result of contact with the enemy: possibly long-standing collusion with Nazi chiefs, writes a correspondent of the News-Chronicle. It is believed

NO HELP FROM REDS IF SWEDEN ATTACKED [ARTICLE]

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NO HELP FROM REDS IF SWEDEN ATTACKED A statement issued yesterday In Moscow denied reports that the Sovie. Union had promised assistance to Sweden should she become a victim ot aggression.

NEW DEAN OF ST. DAVID'S [ARTICLE]

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NEW DEAN OF ST. DAVID'S Canon A. W. Parry, Principal for the last 32 years of Trinity College, Car marthen. has been appointed Dean o> St. David's in succession to the latDean Watcyn Morgan.

ARABS & JEWS REAFFIRM SUPPORT OF GOVERNMENT [ARTICLE]

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ARABS JEWS REAFFIRM SUPPORT OF GOVERNMENT Jerusalem, Saturday. The Government has received a reafflrmatlon of the support of Arabs and Jews.— Reuter.

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RED CROSS NURSES DIE IN ACTION ON BOMBED BEACHES [ARTICLE]

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RED CROSS NURSES DIE IN ACTION ON BOMBED BEACHES "We Go Only When Wounded Are Safe" DEI) CROSS nurses who for days defied the bombs and shells on the beach at Dunkirk and tended Allied casualties even while being machine-gun-ned, refused to be evacuated until the last B.E.F. wounded were

Now In Canada [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Now In Canada Prince liernhard and his wife. Princess Juliana of the Netherlands le -ing thetr London residence. They are now in Canada having crossed thr Atlantic in a Dutch warship.

£5,000,000 ARMS WORKS BEING BUILT [ARTICLE]

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£5,000,000 ARMS WORKS BEING BUILT London, May 3. SOME idea of the" size of munition factories now being built, and the speed at which they are going up, was given by Colonel Llewellin in the House of Commons last night. One factory, he said, covered 2.000 acres. It had miles

CURE REPORTED FOR LEPROSY [ARTICLE]

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CURE REPORTED FOR LEPROSY TTHE New York Times Kunming cor- respondent states that at the annual meeting of the China Medical Association, an American, Dr. D. C. Nelson, recounted that research he had made with Drs. D. A. Collier and M. J. Oberdoerffer had achieved almost complete cures for leprosy.

Washington Sails For America [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Washington Sails For America THE United States liner Washington sailed for America from Galway recently with nearly 2,000 Americans aboard, including the crew, and has arrived safely in New York. Her departure was hurried for UN ship sailed two minutes after tiie last piece of luggage had been put on

COCOA CROP TO BE DESTROYED [ARTICLE]

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COCOA CROP TO BE DESTROYED AS the new mid-crop of West African cocoa is purchased it is to be destroyed. This was announced in a parliamentary reply by Mr. G. H. Hall, Undersecretary for the Colonies. He said accumulation of stockf In West Africa, because of the loss f normal

Germans Will Attack With Speedboats [ARTICLE]

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Germans Will Attack With Speedboats REAR-ADMIRAL Von Luetzou explained in his weekly radio talk recently how the German Navy is going to use small speedboats for operations in the Thames estuary, the Straits of Dover and the Channel generally. Their job would be to cripple the British Navy. They would

RED SHIELD CLUBS [ARTICLE]

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RED SHIELD CLUBS Seventeen of the Salvation Army's Red Shield Clubs were abandoned during the German drive In Northern France.

Stalin Is Stopping Nazi Oil [ARTICLE]

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Stalin Is Stopping Nazi Oil Riga, Latvia. TTllr Soviet Government have stopped deliveries of oil products to Germany through the Baltic States. Two German tankers which remained for more than a week at the Latvian port of Libau, awaiting cargoes of petrol, left for Germany empty. The Soviet have large

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An ancient Chinese bulb bowl of the Sung dynasty was sold in London for £500.

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RUBBER ASSN. [ARTICLE]

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RUBBER ASSN. Saturday. June 32, noon. Buyers Sellers Price* Prlre» No IX K.SS (Spot loose) 37 37 4 No IX R.SS t.»b in mm July 38 38! i G.r A.Q. R.S.S. r.o.b In b le> July 36% 38% r.A.Q. R-S.S r.o.b id nalna July 36 !s 36

Fraser & Co.'s Singapore Share Quotations [ARTICLE]

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Fraser Co.'s Singapore Share Quotations OWING TO THE ABSENCE OF DEALINGS IN MANY OF THE MINING AND RUBBER SHARES LISTED BELOW, QUOTATIONS ARE MAINLY NOMINAL. SATURDAY. JUNE it. 1940: 1 P.M. MINING 8ayrr* Seller* Ampat Tin (4s) 3s 3s 9d Austral Amai. (5s) 4s 9d 5s 3s Austral Malay J5s

THE WEEK'S MARKET ACTIVITIES [ARTICLE]

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THE WEEK'S MARKET ACTIVITIES Lower Prices Rule In Most Sections BY THE SUNDAY TIMES FINANCIAL CORRESPONDENT Singapore, Saturday. ALTHOUGH almost all sec- tions of the market this week reflected the adverse war news, the fall in prices was not as great as might have been expected. This strikingly revealed the

SINGAPORE PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE PRODUCE PRICES Singapore, June 22, noon. Buyers Sellen Gambler 8.7.75 Hamburg Cube 813.00 Java Cube 812 50 Pepper White Muntok 512.75 White $1225 Black S 7.00 Copra Mixed $2.60 Sun Dried $2.90 Sago Flour No. 1 Lingga 55.80 Fair $5.75 Sarawak $5.75 Jelotong Palembang 818.00 Banja $17.50 Sarawak $18.50

FRASER & COMPANY LIST OF CURRENT DIVIDENDS [ARTICLE]

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FRASER COMPANY LIST OF CURRENT DIVIDENDS Boola Company Olv end Close TIN Ayer Hitam Tin 7V4% Int. less tax Burma Malay 6d No. 29 June 24 Idrls Hyf*. 2V4% Int. less tax Jelapang is. No 14 June 19 KillinghaU 10% Int. less t Kramat Pulal 7%% final less tax do—

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What The Stars Fortell [ARTICLE]

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What The Stars Fortell R. H. Naylor By This week's good days for Buying: (Personal shopping) Tues. 25th. (Business deals) Tues. 25th. Selling: Tues 25th. Frl. 28th. Entertainment: Tues. 25th. Wed. 26th. Sport: Wed. 25th. BIRTHDAYS falling on or between Jan. 29 and Apr. 22 are under slightly more favourable

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THIS WEEK FOR YOU LJERE. grouped according- to JULY month of birth (irrespective of year), is a statement The bustle of last week continues, you of probabilities to be expected xtill have lots of energy to tackle work in this week. hand. Don't spoil the good effect of this. however,

The Dangers Of Over-Emphasizing Colour [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The Dangers Of Over-Emphasizing Colour Max Factor's Advice WOMEN whose hair and complexion colourings are naturally somewhat on the vivid side must guard against detracting from their beauty with too violent an array of colour in their makeup or their costumes. With this point being particularly pertinent as is applies

New Way For A Salad [ARTICLE]

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New Way For A Salad DO you ever get tired of looking at salads that are a bit of this and that plunked down in *.he centre of a lettuce leaf? I know I do. So the other day I did something different. I mixed a zestful chopped filling of

Tea In Glasses [ARTICLE]

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Tea In Glasses PERHAPS you enjoy drinking tea with lemon from a tumbler, but there are also glass sets for tea made in the ordinary way which are most attractive. Cups, saucers and elates in cloudy glass, shaded from cream to soft honey, are fluted and edged with gold. Clear

Party Frock [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Party Frock JANE WITHERS, 20th. CenturyFox player, shows that she is style-conscious in choosing her latest party frock in two-piece style. It is of pale blue bengaline with the quaint jacket-blouse fastened by rhinestone buttons.

Organdie Collar [ARTICLE]

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Organdie Collar r> brighten up a dark dress, why not a set of collar and cuffs made of coloured organdie, in scarlet, sea blue or lettuce green? They are easy to copy and to launder. If you want to edge them with frills of the same fabric, then the edges

Smell Of Paint [ARTICLE]

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Smell Of Paint rE smell of paint in a freshly de- corated room sometimes has a nauseating effect on people. The easiest way of removing this i smell 13 that of placing a couple of buckets full of cold water In the room. The freshening process will be even quicker

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New Season's Clothes Make Women Look Younger [ARTICLE]

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New Season's Clothes Make Women Look Younger London. NOTHING is more pleasing to a woman than clothes which make her look younger. And this desirable quality is certainly possessed by most of the new suits, including a smart design made from navy jersey which is the latest thing from Paris.

Trimmed By Machine [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Trimmed By Machine COFT turquoise blue crepe has been used for this blouse which v is generously trimmed with rows of machine-stitching.

Hints On Painting Your Furniture By Vera Radcliffe [ARTICLE]

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Hints On Painting Your Furniture By Vera Radcliffe THESE are times when many of us who prefer to leave household decorations to the experts, must do painting jobs ourselves or go without. Painting woodwork and furniture can be an interesting hobby for the person who Is prepared to take pains

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Wireless Programmes TO-DAY NIROM SINGAPORE EMPIRE STATION roB 9 «5 mc|s (31.20 ml: rDA «0« me. zhl 1.33 mci (225 m.) axwrmK-mmmmi cvamaswsv (49<j aL) T eMN lsJts ujc, 9 m.). jr DL ZHr 969 me]a 3 0.96 m.» The following is a summary of the 8.8.C. 11£6 melt (25.3

Singapore Men's & Women's Junior Singles: Big Entry [ARTICLE]

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Singapore Men's Women's Junior Singles: Big Entry IBy Our Badminton Correspondent) I'HE suggestion made by me in these columns enly a fortnight ago as regards the arranging of special exhibition badminton matches for the benefit of The War Fund has met with a response better than I anted, and It

BADMINTON HALL FOR SELANGOR [ARTICLE]

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BADMINTON HALL FOR SELANGOR CELANGOR Is getting nearer .he building of a badminton hall. At a recent committee meeting of the Selangor Badminton lation, it was decided that as the site Pudu School is most suitable for a badsi hall, the president was asked to formal application to the authority*

Batu Pahat Tennis Tournaments [ARTICLE]

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Batu Pahat Tennis Tournaments i Our Own Correspondent) tiatu Pahat. •yiiE district lawn tennis champion- .ships of Batu Pahat Is being held several itches were completed week in the Junior singles and i i;!es, and in the open singles events. It Beng Chew, who Is favourite in junior section, easily

BADMINTON TIES [ARTICLE]

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BADMINTON TIES TIES played at the Clerical Union Hail yesterday marked the opening of the official Singapore badminton season. With the t'NCODtion of the game between Leow Kirn Lee, (Playfair) and Richard Tan iMerrjtimei the other games wero too one-sided to be lnterst ing. Results: Men's Junior Singles Cheong Hock

AUGUST B.P. [ARTICLE]

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AUGUST B.P. A tii.:n vail be chosen from the following to represent the August B.P. in a friendly gam.of soccer against the Siong Eoo to-day v Farrer Park: Lim Chin hian, Khoo Soo Guan. Soh Peng ICocn. I.im Cheng Cheok. Chan Cher Sen". I. eong Mew Cherne, Frankic Khoo. Khor

OXYGEN SPORTS CLUB [ARTICLE]

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OXYGEN SPORTS CLUB Playing at the covered stadium last 'lhursday. the 0.-^-gen S.C. b^U the N.A.A.F.I Club (R.A P. section) by four games to three Results: (Oxygtn first': Lim Seng Cheow brat Ong Bong Soo 15—4. 15— f.; Michael We" Peng Hong beat Llm Ah Chang IS— 2. 15—3, Fons

USEFUL B.P. [ARTICLE]

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USEFUL B.P. The Uefiu BP. Is opening a new branch court in Race Course Road next to the Buddhist Tcmp.e, on Sunday, June 30, at 43J p.m.

MUAR SIDE BEAT MALACCA TEAM [ARTICLE]

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MUAR SIDE BEAT MALACCA TEAM 'From Our Own Correspondent) Muar, Saturday. FIELDING a weak side the Muslim Prehimponan Stia soccer team of Malacca were beaten by the Muar Gubahan Stia Club in a friendly match played at the Muar Club padane yesterday. The visitors were without five of their regular

GARRISON WOMEN TO MEET ISLAND WOMEN [ARTICLE]

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GARRISON WOMEN TO MEET ISLAND WOMEN STARTING times and handicaps for the women's social golf match at the Island Club on Friday, between the Garrison Golf Club and the Is' and Club are 3.45 p.m. Mrs. R.H.H. Stewart (10), va. Mrs. D. Gray (121: 3.50 p.m. Mrs. J. A. Allen

MUAR LEAGUE [ARTICLE]

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MUAR LEAGUE (From Our Own Correspondent) Muar. ONLY one first division league match was played last week and re. 'tea in the Fountain Football Team springing a surprise when they beat tne Muar Police 2—l. The Police should have won the match but some of their play3rs paid more attention

BELIA STILL LEAD [ARTICLE]

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BELIA STILL LEAD (From Our Own Correspondent) Muar. ONLY a few more matches remain to be played to complete the first round of the second division league soccer competition in Muar. The following are the latest positions In the league: lella Park 6 'arit Stongkat 6 'arit Amal 5 n

Garrison Snorts Notes [ARTICLE]

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Garrison Snorts Notes Doc. By THE Services' boxers will have a furthei opportunity of showing their skill in the near future; I understand that a boxing programme Is being arranged by the Singapore Amateur Boxing Association in aid of the local War Fund, and Is being held at their usual

SEVEN RECORDS BROKEN [ARTICLE]

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SEVEN RECORDS BROKEN SEVEN school records were broken yesterday at the annual athletic meeting of Victoria School, Singapore. AH bin Ahmad, the champion athlete broke three records himself, and Victoria School, in winning the interschool relay race for Sir Arthur Young's Cup, lowered the recc-d by three-fifths second. Leopard House

GAUDART GOING TO JOHORE BAHRU [ARTICLE]

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GAUDART GOING TO JOHORE BAHRU i Prom Our Own Correspondent) Muar. MUAR is loaning a fine all-round sportsman in the person of S. Gaudart. He !s going on transfer to Johore Bahru. S. Gaudart is a well known llgure on th? hockey field and was the captain of the Muar

JUBLEE H. & S. PARTY [ARTICLE]

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JUBLEE H. S. PARTY The Jubilee Health and Strength Party cf LoronK 22. Geylang. will hold their annual general meeting on Sunday, June 30, at 11 am at their clubhouse.

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Singapore's Eight Goals Against Johore [ARTICLE]

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Singapore's Eight Goals Against Johore (From Our Own Correspondent) Johore Bahru, Saturday. ASSERTING their superiority practica!ly throughout the game, Singapore oeat Jobore by eight goals to one in the Malaya Cup match played here to-day. Johore's big defeat was largely due to a disjointed set of forwards. Carbonnell. who was

Baseball [ARTICLE]

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Baseball 'THE R.A.F. baseball aggregation will 1 cross bats with the Japanese Nine in a league game, at the latter's ground in St. George's Road at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Although the Airmen are at the bottom ol the league's standing, they are determined to squeeze their way out or

Anchant's Century [ARTICLE]

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Anchant's Century A CENTURY by J. Anchant helped St. Andrew's School to beat St. Anthony's School by 106 runs In a cricket match played on the former's ground yesterday. ST. ANDREW'S SCHOOL Som Quee c Almonte bJ.de Souza 11, P. Buranasri c Hean Meng b J. de Souza 1, J.

Y.M.C.A. SOCCER [ARTICLE]

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Y.M.C.A. SOCCER Tha following hLve been selected to represent the V.M.C A. in a league soccer match against the R.A.F. (Kallang) on the Anson Road ground on Monday at 5.10 p.m: S. K. Sundram, M Swyny. V N. Pillay, J. G. Moxon, O. L. Day. V. R. Sabapathy, S Orton,

HARVARD BEAT YALE [ARTICLE]

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HARVARD BEAT YALE Now London (Con), Saturday. TltE Harvard crew beat Yale by eight lengths to-day and drew level with 39 wins each.— Reuter.

Negri Beat Malacca [ARTICLE]

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Negri Beat Malacca (From Our Own Correspondent) Malacca, Saturday. IN dull weather to-day Negri beat Malacca by two goals to one in a Malaya Cup soccer game. Negri played prettier football and forced the pace in the opening minutes. Ah Song in the Malacca goal faced headers from Chit Woh

Y.M.C.A. Go Down To College Union [ARTICLE]

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Y.M.C.A. Go Down To College Union •THE Medical College Union scored a close but well-deserved victory by three runs over the Y.M.CA. at cricket on the college ground yesterday. M.c.n. Hera Sinsh c Day b Lyn? 2 Seah Cheng Seang Ibw b Xavier 5 Ong Hock Eang Ibw. b Xavier

Convincing Win For S.R.C. Over Airmen [ARTICLE]

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Convincing Win For S.R.C. Over Airmen AN S.R.C. team scored a convincing victory In a cricket nuMi p:ayert on the padang yesterday, wlien they beat the R.A.F. (Tengah) by five wickets and 32 runs. R.A.F. (Tengah) Sgt. Martin c and b Martens 39 Cpl. Freeman b Clarke 0 F/Lt. Wyrlll

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F. R. TOFT Perak football eoalkeepcr. Has also kept for the North and for Perak at hockey.

Raffles Institution Beat St. Joseph's [ARTICLE]

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Raffles Institution Beat St. Joseph's PLAYING on their own ground yesterday Raffles Institution beat St Joseph's Institution. RAFFLES INSTITUTION W. Ponnambalam run out 19 k. P. Victor played on Consencio 1 P. G. Segran b Wood! ord 16 Amar Singh b Woodford 3 Sivalingam tot out 21 Chua Boon Yew

Raffles, St. Joseph's Second Teams [ARTICLE]

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Raffles, St. Joseph's Second Teams RAFFLES Institution second team beat St. Joseph's second team by six wickets in a cricket game on the latter's ground yesterday. ST. JOSEPH'S INST. 2nd XI M. Stevens b Armstrong 15, I. Reutens c and b Santokh Singh 8, N Rozario b Santokh Singh 11,

S.C.R.C. Beat Raffles [ARTICLE]

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S.C.R.C. Beat Raffles IN a cricket match played on Hong Lim Green yesterday, the s.CR.C. beat Raffles College. S.C.R.C. Evan Wong Ibw. b Siva IT Anthony Lim b C. Wong 1 Eu Cheow Chye c Schubert b Samsudd'n 4b Ong Swee Keng b Samsuddln 7 K. T. Ooi c Kirn

Low Scoring In Genuang S.C.C. Game [ARTICLE]

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Low Scoring In Genuang S.C.C. Game LOW scores were recorded in the first day's play yesterday of the cricket match on the Padang between the S.C.C. and Genuang. GENUANG IST. INN. Willacy run out 3 Wiltow st. Staunton b Wheeler 4 Campbell c Clarke b Leckie 8 Mat. hews Ibw.

S. R. C. Team Doat Manchesters [ARTICLE]

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S. R. C. Team Doat Manchesters FIELDING ten men, an S.R.C. team beat the Manchester Regiment in a cricket fixture played at Tanglln yesterday, by 24 runs. MANCHESTER REGT. L/Cpl Pickles run out 39 Cpl. Bethell c Laßrooy b Barker 11 Lieut. Gardner b Barker 0 Wilkes b Laßrooy 5

Y.M.C.A. BASKET-BALL [ARTICLE]

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Y.M.C.A. BASKET-BALL The following have been selected to play basket-ball for the Y.M.CA. Junior Department against Raffles Institution on Wednesday on the Bras Basah Road ground at 5 p.m.: Lim MJit Siong, Koh Chit Meng, Teo Seng Chew, Vow Wah Sung, B. Fones, Low Kok Kong, Chia Soo Miang, Tang

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The athletic sports of the Anglo Chinese Continuation School will take place at the Jalan Besar stadium next Saturday.

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V. R. SABAPATHY Has represented All-Malaya, Colony and Singapore at cricket; a good footballer and has held the athletic championship of P.W.D. since 1936.

Extras, 31, Highest Score At Balestier [ARTICLE]

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Extras, 3 1 Highest Score At Balestier A FEATURE of yesterday's cricket match at Balestier between the Ceylon Sports Club and the R.A.F. (Kallang) was the total number of extras in ths Ceylor.ese score of 107. "Mr. Extras" totalled 31. the highest score in both side's innings. R.A.F. (KALLANG) L.A.C.

FAMOUS AUSTRALIAN CRICKETER DEAD [ARTICLE]

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FAMOUS AUSTRALIAN CRICKETER DEAD Sydney, Saturday. THE death has occurred of Mr. M. A. A Noble, the famous Australian cricketer, at th« age of 67, reports Reuter. Mr. Noble, who first flayed for New South Wales in 1896-97 and .won became Australia^ greatest all-round player, first represented Australia against England

S. R. C. Athletics [ARTICLE]

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S. R. C. Athletics Heats in the annual S.R.C. athl-tic sports will be run on Monday. The first event will be run at 5 p.m.

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FIRST DAY OF KUALA LUMPUR RACES [ARTICLE]

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FIRST DAY OF KUALA LUMPUR RACES (From Our Own Correspondent) Kuala Lumpur, Saturday. TpHE following are the results of the 1 first day's events of the Selangor Turf Club's June race meeting Race 1 Horses, Class 4. Div. 5. fan. Dr. B. M. Johns' PRUDE 8.05 (172) Harper (1) 1

S.A.F.A. LEAGUES [ARTICLE]

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S.A.F.A. LEAGUES Positions in the first division of the S.A.P.A, league up-to-date are: t.A.F 14 11 0 Jhinese 14 8 2 'ortrcss R.E 16 9 S Lrgylls 12 9 3 t.A. (9th Reg.) 15 7 4 Jalays 13 6 S •olice 13 6 4 -oymls 14 6 6 lanchesters 15

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German Parachute Troops In Training [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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German Parachute Troops In Training Here illustrated are German parachute troops in training. In the picture on the left the men are landing in a field on the outskirts of a village. In the picture above an instructor is showing the men the position to take up before leaping from

Back In Britain From France [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Back In Britain From France A member of the Women's Transport Service lights a cigarette for a British soldier back in England from France

Dornier Crashes On Farmland [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Dornier Crashes On Farmland Farmers continue- to plough uninterruptedly in a field in which m German Dornier has crashed, shot down by British fighter machines.

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