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Sunday Tribune (Singapore), 28 September 1941

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Sunday Tribune Net Sales Exceed '23,2oo Weekly SINGAPORE, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1941. FIVE CENTS.

'OCCUPATION' OF SHANGHAI BY GERMANS [ARTICLE]

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'OCCUPATION' OF SHANGHAI BY GERMANS I Shanghai, sept 27 j U7ITII the continued infiltra- li tion cf German oiTu ials and propagandists, a Ma«l "occupatic n" of Shanghai Hmilar to the occupation of I Italy and Japan, is pro ce ed~ ing apace, according to be l Am^ rita '»ouned

British-Russian Relations Cordial [ARTICLE]

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British -Russian Relations Cordial ndon, Sept. 27. GERMAN propaganda, with its, U ready :nventivene.ss. i.s now! spreading reports that m Iran' serious difficulties have alr»ad\ arisen between tb 0 British anc! j Russians. It is stated In L ndon that th/» German wish is fathe- to the thought, m fact,

Chinese Offensive In Four Provinces [ARTICLE]

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Chinese Offensive In Four Provinces hungking, Sept. L' 7. PHINESE foices along the eastern seaboard have launched x simultaneous ofT.-n^ive m Chekiang, Kiangsu, Anhwei and Kiantrsi provinces m an effort to ease the pressure on Chinesetroops m Hunan where the situation remains critical, as little Chinese information is now available.

PUBLIC WANTS B.E.F. IN THE CAUCASUS [ARTICLE]

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PUBLIC WANTS B.E.F. IN THE CAUCASUS \Less Cautious Policy Called For IHE British public is becoming critical of the Army's policy of extreme caution and wants to see British forces fighting side by side with the Russians or making night raids along the enemy coastline declared Col. J. W.Wedgwood, M.

Wop Ports Raided [ARTICLE]

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Wop Ports Raided Rome. Sept. 27. AN Italian communique 10-ciay .states that, Tripoli. Benghazi and Palermo were raided. It adds that three raiders were shot down and a fourth made a forced landing, the crow being captured.— Reuter

Italy Short Of Bread [ARTICLE]

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Italy Short Of Bread Rome. Sept 27 "OREAD will bs rationed m Italy. This wa* the announcement m.ide foltowlna meet'.nß ol the Italian cabinet this morning under the presidency of Mussolini Mussolini stated that the wheat crop this year reached figure of 71 1 2 million quintals, nimely 500.000 quintals

A Thing Of Beauty... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A Thing Of Beauty S me neople can get away l with it all the time. Here you I see Dorothy Lamour as a real j denizen of the under-world but Dorothy's still beautiful

20 Hostages Murdered [ARTICLE]

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20 Hostages Murdered Berlin, Sept. 27. TWENTY well- known "commu- rotats" held as hostages w?re shot yesterday, according to an announcement by the military ccmmander of Belgium anc 1 Northern France, states a Brussels dispatch to the cfficial German news agency. On Tuesday, the message adds, explosive material was stclm

Nazi Landing Party (15,000) Wiped Out [ARTICLE]

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Nazi Landing Party (15,000) Wiped Out JL Linden, Sept. 27. T'KE head of the pclitical admini--4 stration of the Soviet Baltic Fle:t, M. Lebedev, bioadcasting from Leningrad yesterday evening, and relays*** by Moscow Radi: denied G:-rman claims about crippling the Soviet Fleet by stating that the battleships. Marat and October

Libya Fighting [ARTICLE]

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Libya Fighting Cairo «i j tbya: Tobruk In the Wl ssctoi yesterday ou r artillery effecUvsfr engaged an enemy working party, Lharint; the night our patrolling activity c llmasd." statss Cairo communique "In tho frontier area I importance to report.— Reuter

ANOTHER JAPANESE EVACUEE VESSEL [ARTICLE]

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ANOTHER JAPANESE EVACUEE VESSEL Tokyo, Sept. 27. npHE Japanese Forth- n Office announced to-djy that ih-j Nippon Yusen Kaisha liner Hie Maru (11,621 ton*) mailed from Ko4>e last Monday to bring hack :J0() Japanese evacuei from India, the Near East and East Africa. The vc;;sel is due to arrive at

Nazi Envoys' Plans Changed [ARTICLE]

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Nazi Envoys' Plans Changed Ankara, Sept. -JY. VON PAPEN, German Ambassador to Turkey, had his holiday at Istanbul and returned to Ankara on Monday, state circles m dose touch with the Axis. A report from the same circles think his return may be due to acids that Von Papen had

Early Rains In The Ukraine [ARTICLE]

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Early Rains In The Ukraine London, Sept. 27. gTRENUOUS fighting continues all along the Russian front, it is learned m authoritative circles m London to-day. There are. however, no details of the progress of th e battle at any given point. The Russians still hold part at least of the

Japan Pays Homage To Axis Masters [ARTICLE]

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Japan Pays Homage To Axis Masters i Tokyo, Sept 27. i DRINCF Konoye, Japanese j Prime Minister, to-day sent this message to Hitler i and Mussolini: "On the cc- cas.cn cf the first anniver- j S saiy of the i it, r n«ng a.f the i tripartite pact, I wish

British Pilots Study Red Maps [ARTICLE]

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British Pilots Study Red Maps MOSCOW 27. BUSILY poiing over mr.ps and charts, Britisli pilots of the F.A.F. vying m Russia are learning as quickl;* as possible the geography conditions and ftghti bil'ties of the region they arc, defend together with Soviet .-.inner.. A special col respondent 6t the Soviet

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Problem Before World Scientists [ARTICLE]

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Problem Before World Scientists "f THINK the problem of large-scale planning m international affairs will become acute soon after the war is over," declared AI. Maisky, Soviet Ambassador to London, presiding at to-day's session which discussed "science and world planning' of tin- Hritish Association. M Mai riy said the day

U. S. On Threshold Of War [ARTICLE]

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U. S. On Threshold Of War Washington, Sept. 27. THE United States star. ds to-day on the threshold of World War No. 2." says Colonel FVank Knox, Secretary of the United States N In an article In tho Foreign Commerce Weekly. The article continues. "It is Imperative that we take

Eastern United Show Big Profit For Year [ARTICLE]

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Eastern United Show Big Profit For Year Singapore, Saturday. A MUCH larger profit than that of the previous year Wajkt. announced by Mr. S. Q. Wong, chairman of the Eastern I nited Assurance Corporation, Ltd., at the 28th annual general meeting of the Corporation held at the registered office of

Japanese Drive In Kwangtung [ARTICLE]

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Japanese Drive In Kwangtung Chungking, 8 jpt v.l THE present Japanese offensive m S Kwangtung Province appears to be closely co-ordinated with the drive towards Chang hv Japanese forces li\ m Canton arc rncvlng northward m two c >lumns, one sUiking from Fuhoyu, norihwest of Tsengcbeng. anu the ether moving

The Amazing Doctor Clitterhouse [ARTICLE]

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The Amazing Doctor Clitterhouse AN rxccllent piece of acting ls the .mineral verdict on this play ol Bane Lyndon, which was stimecl last nU;ht st the Victoria Hall by the Inland Committee. Singapore audiences will remember the him. but the play with Ite alternating ecenes of tension and light relief

German Raider Believed Sunk [ARTICLE]

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German Raider Believed Sunk Washington, Sept. 27. |T is believed i: Washington that the German raider Tamesis which torpedoed and sank the Egyptian steamer Zamzam, I ./self been sunk, although th British Nav> ha- nat confirmed this. Replying to a request by MM State Department, the German Foreign Office stated

Tank Output Reaches New High [ARTICLE]

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Tank Output Reaches New High London, Sept. 27 THE Ministry of Supply states that tank and tank components production m the first five days of -Tanks for Russia" week is well ahead of the figure for the first days of last week— and tne last was a record. It should

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BIG RICE WASTAGE IN MALAYA [ARTICLE]

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BIG RICE WASTAGE IN MALAYA People Must Be "Educated 9 IJrv J, > Sunday Tribune Staff Reporter) J-Ji NDKEDS of pounds oi vitamin food, which, at one stroke, could wipe out tho major cause oi* malnutrition m Malaya, are daily being led to pigs! ou know all about this food

CHINESE PHYSICAL CULTURE SHOW [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CHINESE PHYSICAL CULTURE SHOW National Art Can Be Seen To-Day I^o-1). \Y people who ;ire interested m the system of physical training m venue m Chinese schools throughout this country will have a chance to see this art <d' self defence tlis- piaved hv masters. i This system received its

Intrigues Of Nazis In U.S. [ARTICLE]

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Intrigues Of Nazis In U.S. New York, Sept. 27. A DRAMATIC meeting took place In Brooklyn Federal Court yesterday at the resumed hearing of the long-drawn spy trial. William Sebold ana Walter Nipken, who 30 years ago played together as children m the Streets of lfulheim m Germany, met again

WEEKS ROAD TOLL [ARTICLE]

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WEEKS ROAD TOLL THERE was one fatal road acci- dent last week as compared with four the week previ »us while 15 were injured. So far, 77 people have been killed and 1939 sons, injured In acciden

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A WOMAN PEEPS AT SINGAPORE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A WOMAN PEEPS AT SINGAPORE Vera Ardmore )^.*^|)y _r-w*»*.._^ am EVERY Thursday since the war began helpers of the women's section of the Malaya Pan iotaFund have worked at Government House receiving, sorting, packing clothes for those v ho need them In England. They felt, the other day, that they

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Malayan Department Slated [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Malayan Department Slated H. L. Hopkin Tells Of London Papers Attack On Information Chief London, Sept. r HAVE regretfully to report that a London columnist has taken a dirty crack al thr- Department of Information and Publi- True, Ihe columnist is Hani tion for vitriolic comment to kee] extracts a

NERVINUS [ARTICLE]

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Hearing Restored in Twenty-Four Hours [ARTICLE]

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THE SECRET OF CHAMPIONS [ARTICLE]

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MEMOIRS OF A MALAYAN 'MEM' [ARTICLE]

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MEMOIRS OF A MALAYAN 'MEM' Benighted Belinda w AVIGNZTTE has come into our hands /torn someone who know* a little about the East. Without necessarily representing the views of this paper it gives an interesting sidelight on life "East of Sue:.'' "DEFORE coming cut to Borneo I was a housemaid

The Sunday Tribune Sunday, Sept, 28, 1941. Evacuation [ARTICLE]

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The Sunday Tribune Sunday, Sept, 28, 1941. Evacuation JjVACl [ON exercises hith fto held in Singapore have lacked reality. Out of coi-ideration for the convenience of the public, the authorities have hesitated to order an actual practice evacuation of the areas affected, and the spirit of public co-operation is so

RUMINATES [ARTICLE]

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RUMINATES FiSMEE' mm THOUGH not a ruminant, 1 am sometimes given to ruminating Now don't get wrong ideas Into your head. Ruminate means to chew the cud, mediate, ponder. Not being equipped by nature for chewing the cud— though who can tell what transformations will be seen by the time

Raising Children [ARTICLE]

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Raising Children Secrets OI The Surgery MTUS raising children is a business, you know," said Rembridjre on Monday. "I certainly do know." I replied feelingly. "What are the rules after all?" she said. "Oh. I .lcn ,f kirw Thr v oVpenc. nn c-emmon sense and thoughtfulness and a constant study.

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Rumanians Demoralised [ARTICLE]

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Rumanians Demoralised John Wallis <B> Reuter's Special Correspondent In Tnrkej >. Ankara, Bept. 27 A COM] demoralisation of the Rumanian troops has followed thi Ir terrific losses outside a, it is authoritatively learned In Ankara The (i< rman; are Insisting that they t> by other Rumanian divisions who are now

ROOSEVELT WANTS SHIPS, MORE SHIPS, [ARTICLE]

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ROOSEVELT WANTS SHIPS, MORE SHIPS, London, Sept. 27. gHII'S and moie ships were called for by President Roosevelt m an address to-day on the occasion of the launching of I I ships from "Liberty shipyards" throughout the States— the greatest number ever launched on a single day. The address stated,

Internal Unrest In Italy [ARTICLE]

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Internal Unrest In Italy Ankara. .S<«; •pHE Turkish Ambassador to ROiu. arrived st Ankara for consujtatl His visit has excited the greatest |nte ni diplomatic circles. rhere have been perslstenf report* recentlj ol growing v .r<-t n, i v v id the Fascists are becoming increaii.igly unpoPUlar. Travellers .state tfiat

Monasteries In Tibet Looted [ARTICLE]

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Monasteries In Tibet Looted A 1 mora. Sept. 27. ACCORDING to a n.essage from Oarblang, a high official frcm Tib?t. with 500 soldiers, has arrived a Thakchin, whTe robbers have pitched their tents The army tried its best to en circle the robbers but did nit succeed atid had to

CHIANG KAI-SHEK ATTENDS JOURNALISTS FUNERAL [ARTICLE]

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CHIANG KAI-SHEK ATTENDS JOURNALISTS FUNERAL Chungking, Sept. 27. HEN. Chiang Kai-shek ard th' Vi war minister Gen. Ho Yinr 'hrc this afternocn attended th funeral of Mr. Chang Chi Luar late editor-in-chief of the m fluential Chinese daily Ta Kun Taoi who died m Chungking 01 Sept. 6. This disproves

Mystery Still Unsolved [ARTICLE]

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Mystery Still Unsolved Peiping, s-pt 27. 'Delayed m transmission) QUESTIONED about the disappear- j anee of Mrs. Denzil Clark. Japa-nese-born wife of th? press attach I al th. British Embassy, v.ii has been missing since Saturday, ali that the Japanese military spokesman could say wa.s that the Japanese military and

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Domestic Occurrences REQUIEM HIGH MASS [ARTICLE]

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Domestic Occurrences REQUIEM HIGH MASS 1! 1 1 11 1 Hl8h Ma for th, rruS H anclsca Oomos will be The f' 2 h Se P te^ber, 1941 S' 1 u '"dance of relatives and irienda \a earnestly solicited

A HIGHBROWS QUIZ [ARTICLE]

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A HIGHBROWS QUIZ 'IMiIBQUIZ says thai highbrow^ those who w* to food ploys and read good lx»oks, will find this <|viz money for jam. So see if you are one of the intelligentsia. If voe like caraway-seed cake, perhaps you know thai the seeds are A root vegetable the fruit

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A DANCER IN DISTRESS [ARTICLE]

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A DANCER IN DISTRESS C. L. Cheah Bt f |/i:i) LIM and myself just uldn't help falling m love li Rozalie Chen, charming i t the Terpsichorean. Unlike many other taxi-dancers, though vivacious, was g Id-digger. c had a voice that made you •ft and dreamy. When i a tango,

Malayan Short Story [ARTICLE]

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S.C.F.A. To Meet R.A.F. In League Replay [ARTICLE]

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S.C.F.A. To Meet R.A.F. In League Replay UuINXING five-nil against the Police vev.eidav ai Anson Koad Stadium, the S.C.F.A. qualified to OICCI the ll VF. Ihe holders, m a replay lo decide the ism of the iirst division champion-hip. L. th the teams hay, now 42 points from 23 games,

REST BEAT NEWCOMERS [ARTICLE]

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REST BEAT NEWCOMERS The Rest. I |)ts Newcomers. 3 pts. DLAYING under ideal eond lions, th Singapore Cricket Cluh lield their tirst rUgW] match for the StO SOM wlai the Htst met the Newcomers m.l rousing game on the Padang and won by 9 points (three tries) to :i ta

Large Crowd At War Fund Gymkhana [ARTICLE]

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Large Crowd At War Fund Gymkhana npHf Singapore Polo (fob's nrmkhana Meetinn the Baleatier »t«»;uf poln Kround, m aid ot lln W;ir Pund. yesttr«i.i\ evening h;k a ereat saeceu, the various original events holding tin* interest ol the large crowd from beginning to end. i c Band ol the Manchester

Louis And Nova Finish Training [ARTICLE]

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Louis And Nova Finish Training S V Neu York, sept i JOE Louis .md 1. I. ii Nova Bnlshed serious tralnhig tor the world heavyweight battle t.,kmu place m the New Vnik polo grounds on > Monday and While the he? tin- shows the champion, Louis, i, 1 > the

Cup Tie Results [ARTICLE]

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Cup Tie Results qcoring the deciding goal late m the second half, the R.A.F. (Kalian*)! eliminated the N.B. Gorihthians from the Challenge Cup competition, winning 2-1 In their replay at the SH B ground yesterday. The hrst game ended m a 2all draw. Half-time was one-*all V -V— •piiE following

Selangor Races: Handicaps [ARTICLE]

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Selangor Races: Handicaps 'ITi. following ai, tht hand! w»n foi events for the first «i Kuala Lumpur on Saturday, tin- '-1 daj .1 tin* Selangor autumn nn .n>-; rop-weighl nut acceptins, weights id I c r-iis.fi 1* !h. order of running will he published j .Iter acceptances close at 11

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Japanese Ships Call At Songkhla [ARTICLE]

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Japanese Ships Call At Songkhla Bangkok, Sept. 27. For tho lirst lime ships belonging to DM of the Japanese lines nn th*.* Bangkok-Japan run will m future call at Songkhla (a -outh ThaJ port) for cargoes on their return voyage to Japan, according to an ■■confirmed local L-resa report.* Reuter

New British Member For Moscow Talks [ARTICLE]

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New British Member For Moscow Talks London. Sept 2 UR, Rowland, Second D puty Undrr-Secrctary of State to thr Air Ministry has been appointed a supplementary member of the British delegation to tht Three-Power talks In Moscow, Recording to an announcement from Moscow Rad.o to-c) jor-Genoral Chnney will be Ituted

SOVIET TAKE INITIATIVE ON ODESSA FRONT [ARTICLE]

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SOVIET TAKE INITIATIVE ON ODESSA FRONT New York, Sept 27. LARGE scale parachute operations were attempted I v the Germans m the third day of the Crimea battle from Eupatoria to Thcodosia after the Germans had failed to force the passage at the Perekop Isthmus, says a Heme dispatch to

HONGKONG, BURMA READY [ARTICLE]

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HONGKONG, BURMA READY Bangkok. Sept. 21. THE preparedness of Huns 1 nd Burma to meet any emergencies and the strong nat onal unity and stamina brhind China's resistance was stressed by Dr. Carlos Romulo, a newspaper magnate from the Philippines now m Bangkok on a round trip from Manila. He

R.A.F. Defy Weather [ARTICLE]

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R.A.F. Defy Weather London, Sept 27 "THOUGH unravel weatnei continued t ham per operations, aircraft of th Bomber Command attacked ot\ jectivea at Cologne and eh* where m Western German; night/ states an Air Miniitrt. communique to-day. *W docks at Calais and Dunkirk were also bombed. One of our aircraft

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