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Sunday Tribune (Singapore), 16 June 1946

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The Sunday Tribune Ph. /lie \os .lit rial 5811 jp Advertising, Ci ul ition Accounts 5812 i \f <paper Of The Pmjk Oi Mmimm eight pages THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, JUNE 16, 1946. PRICE 10 i In I s

ATOM SCIENTISTS' STRIKE THREAT [ARTICLE]

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ATOM SCIENTISTS' STRIKE THREAT RESEARCH MAY BE STOPPED UNLESS COXTROL AGREEMENT fS REACHED Historic American Ne^ Yorfc, Jim l">: A irarid-Wldc rtrike b\ iitomic scientists may place udles s :»_crccrnent is reached regarding the international ronir';l of lomi tMfgfi M. Frederic J(;iiot-Cune, head of the French D< yition on the

U.K. Not Concerned Over Soviet-Afghan Pact [ARTICLE]

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U.K. Not Concerned Over Soviet-Afghan Pact L< Br i ta W'f 'order rerisioa I I a and Afghanistan as an ajrr.v--t between two sovereign st which does not Great Br. tain, a Foreign Offiiv

AIRCRAFT WORKERS "GO SLOW" [ARTICLE]

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AIRCRAFT WORKERS "GO SLOW" MOCHESTER. June 14— FHX ••■w* aircraft workers in the mk**Mer fctorie* of Short Bro~ /ter* fmmtm Hfhtg-bomt manuJJ*»t. todmjf adopted "go stow' r*otest mgainst the Govtfikments decision to remove the $m^arte§ to Belfast taking with o*i* smmn portion of the i rnt tech*k*i and clerical staffs

China Brazil's Best Cotton Customer [ARTICLE]

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China Brazil's Best Cotton Customer ••O PAULO. June 14.— China was largest customer for raw tetaf the first quart* Out of total exports ol JMt» tons. 51.000 were shipped to Britain came second. :eceiv*B 15.000 tons. taopean aatioiis whk receive any cotton Brazil *ar are afain on the foreign list,

ENGLAND'S TEST TEEAM [ARTICLE]

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ENGLAND'S TEST TEEAM LONDON, June 11.Bnfland's Test tei'in \m < J i >n June I m l.( t ,1 nfter \he ft] ial at I :tN follows: W. II ,t!J!l lid I Hill; p. <.i dstaiT I ii I). Cotnpton W I I A V. Bedser I. T. Ikin i.

$300,000,000 AIR LIFT [ARTICLE]

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$300,000,000 AIR LIFT •>N. June 14.—President Truman's twei j lendJ*»a£c report to Congrcs :<xed that the biggest expenditure in the ag stages of lend-!eased— 000.000 was made to transport :nese armies by air to place d to disarm the defeated J; 'gigantic lendPresident Truman reed $68,000,000 worth of vehi- $50,000,000

Killearn In Penang [ARTICLE]

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Killearn In Penang 1 Bt* Lord Killearn and ;ire on a visit to I Both attended todays race I rial Commissioner, SouthBast ompany i ill both displ.T in stud\ing the form of

U.S. MARITIME STRIKE OFF [ARTICLE]

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U.S. MARITIME STRIK E OFF IN< T v Jun 15.-T e Untti d >U i mats iv. i vt minute i wmM dv t start .it midnight, Nw York time, M H irry li d President of the Coi i ss cf Industrial Grganl* satkm igsho--.ni n. announced that a

Congress Rejects India Proposals "Conditionally" [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Congress Rejects India Proposals "Conditionally" NEW DELHI. .Tun*' 15. The Viceroy and th Cabin?t Mission held a three hour meetins: today followin.- th i "cond tional" rejectton of the Brit Mi propoi by Congress. Earlier it v. ?d that the All-India Congress Party ha: fche British plaii for Hindu .'y

War Against Speculators [ARTICLE]

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War Against Speculators BUi dent Juan Pcron took his 60-days' i>aijrn to reduce 1 national living s of the people by telling ther* hi- u.-. jlcclarir.jr eculation," adding l»* v.,u'd tely with tkOM fail iny to c-o-oocrate. A. P.

Newsprint De-Controlled [ARTICLE]

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Newsprint De- Controlled 15 -Tu.. Depart in •n the I mmodities requiring licenses for expoit on July 1,- A.P.

Borneo Police Sgt. To Die [ARTICLE]

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Borneo Police Sgt. To Die SINGAPORE. June 15— The ■i sentence of Fara Sing British North .Borneo police ser- who loos charged wit 1 inurd t Chinese guerillas at Kcm; ui on or about Octobec 25, 1943, has been confin a retrial at Labuan, it was barnea today. The n

Hindu-Muslim Clash "Non-Political" [ARTICLE]

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Hindu-Muslim Clash "NonPolitical" (Mtaac >t :»n i: pti er) It i i:c!ic \<«! tlni'. th riot bel \e< n Hindu :md M is)im> that Un 1; plac on Fi i !a> ni« < Tanjong PagW ftffel Mfc] re- It I me death and about 25 <;t iei inji red. was

Wavell To Make New Move? [ARTICLE]

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Wavell To Make New Move? Mil -TIME XI U^ NEW DKLHI. Jun. shal Lord Wavell. V having failed to persua<! dian parties to fctfre* sion's basis for an ment may now decide to abandor party structure and endeav- ;r o form a povernn tentative of India at passible, it was

FIRST U.K. REACTION [ARTICLE]

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FIRST U.K. REACTION iJiND 1 t> The E*p News in an editorial today sayj: e again, th. disheartening pa pea ted: tioa, near a^ d apain, it hat been emphasised that India's leaders nv. thems< ally adequat. respon have soupd lh« n and India in a mo: Miains |a which

"Big 3" Arrive In Paris [ARTICLE]

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"Big 3" Arrive In Paris RIS. June 15 Soviet Forefcft %a"tiirtfT j£ Vvachealav BH^ Hr British Foreign Oetwtaii Mr. Ernest n and r !;i of State Mr. James F. Byrnes bumption of the foreign mmJsten* conference todayI Reuter

Umber to In Lisbon [ARTICLE]

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Umber to In Lisbon I mberto of Italy reached here today plane Barcelona. Spain, lmenting only "I am most anxkua t > rejoin my fami iff companion said: his flight does not mean the King accepts ms flnaJ voter* verdict aooUsa- iug his life, we sa**ed the monarchist cause. —A

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GERMANS STILL DANCE IN SINGAPORE CABARETS [ARTICLE]

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GERMANS STILL DANCE IN SING APORE CABARETS John C. Spittel They are not keen to return to the Fatherland (Bj Lived In Luxury During Occupation, Too Geimans in Singapor have keen i Wclally '<»!:! t ti.rv have to g t read to go back to Um Fath rland. Sons <;■

Malayan Contingent To Return By " Mauretania" [ARTICLE]

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Malayan Contingent To Return By Mauretania" x I V, June 14. The Malayan contii en to the v ut*ty Parari J iefl having C mulcted ■> verai weeks ol t i < inmenl and M on in Great B I nwdi I il eatl i i i nditfcms and low

Large-Scale Hostilities In Java Again? [ARTICLE]

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Large- Scale Hostilities In Java Again? The pro deadlock a cannot jro cr. indefinitely and with a strong position on both sides to flgh large-scale hostilities may break out at any time, say- th»- p<>; and financial weekly. Thin commenting on the recent mi. er* ©f Chinese by Indonesian e

Mexico Wins Through [ARTICLE]

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Mexico Wins Through MONTF Davis Cuppers eliminated Canada from the American zone play when Armando Vega and Roland Vega. the Vega, l defeated Laird HVatt and Bitndan Macken 6 3 6 4 and 6 3 This gave Mexico a three-zone iead. The Mexicans play the winner of the Un .tsd

Train Races Across Blazing Bridge [ARTICLE]

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Train Races Across Blazing Bridge June 14.— Tin- [risk Mfl tuin from r i Eurtcn wi'h more Him TOO pmTngCHl 3 board ie gaunlet oi iiam s UMfcc ard turns rda neon as ii r acp^ VWIS the cenwuy-oW tubuar bridge which carr the railway ac oss M n sti

Ultimaum Issued To Indonesians [ARTICLE]

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Ultimaum Issued To Indonesians BAI AVIA -i;::. |fi A...- -A Air Command in N.E.I, (day issued ultimatum that air ICk wruld be t mplnyed agains. Indonesian troop concentration, •'unless all Indonesian troop train n DH Qtl around Soerabav The ultimatum was issued bv means of k\<.' I iropped by planes

COMET NO. 3 SPELLS WORLD DISASTER? [ARTICLE]

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COMET NO. 3 SPELLS WORLD DISASTER? (I>y special contributor) The appearance of co nets is always associated WithSOHM Impending world d >■•>; r. parliml «rlv War. I believe before World War Xo. l broke out a 'comet s observed somewhere. Before World War No. 2 It m reported in the

Rubber Shippers In Tussle With Labour Union [ARTICLE]

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Rubber Shippers In Tussle With Labour Union (Sunday Tribune Reporter) RUBBER SHIPPERS VRI I i \RP r iUSSLE WITH Till LABOUR INI r\| CUTIVES WHO V IP LOAI3 II GES OF RUBBER N Negotiations v n and the I Association for a return to the pre-v ing and unloading rubber

TEXTILE RATIONS SHORTLY [ARTICLE]

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TEXTILE RA TIONS SHOR TLY The Government of the MdUtgaM Union and Singapore hare now agreed on the general principle they propose to follow in distributing textiles. The S ngapore Supplies Board are preparing a detailed scheme for equitable distribution at controlled prices. Further particulars ivill be announced i n

MONTY CONFERS WITH CUNNINGHAM [ARTICLE]

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MONTY CONFERS WITH CUNNINGHAM JERUSALEM, Ju.-ie 15— t Marshal Viscoiint Montgomery. C\ o: the Imjena: General Staff now touriim the Middle East, last discussed the situation in tl. East and Pokstine with the Palestine Hidi Commissioner, Genera. Alan Cunningham.— Seal

SINGAPORE CANE FACTORY [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE CANE FACTORY Questioned by Sir Waldror Smjthers <C. Orpington on Ju, about the derequisitioning of Singapore Cane Factory, the Colo nial Secretary. Mr. George Hall said: "I fully realise th veni ence caused by the requisition commercial a-- 4 d private prop< in Singapore and I am pr< service

720 MPH Jet Planes Soon [ARTICLE]

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720 MPH Jet Planes Soon DON. Jim* 15— It will soon possible to fly at 1.090 :eet a second or 720 n; according to Air Commodore >Yank Wn who leaves tomorrow for a lecture tour in An Britain stiil leads on the engine side o; development," Air Commodore W tie

"Much-Misunderstood" Von Papcn Explains [ARTICLE]

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"Much-Misunderstood" Von Papcn Explains NUREMBERG, Jwtc II Mg uid guant but Rant in a blue and pin-sM >ed iiver-h aired Iranz von Papvii. rin.K! An; 5 Itl it ■MKb .1* Um m; estet d the urfteew box to open h evidence before the Wbx < imc» ribunal here toe? The

OPPOSITION TO LOAN [ARTICLE]

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OPPOSITION TO LOAN five an impetus to AngloAmerican imperialistic etements On the otter hand ■^iwi.ni mittee declared the three billlOP ain from having to ulfiliate herself with the RuKiftn re for poUUcal influence." The Committee approved the Be* nate passed Loan Bill on Thanday h| 20 to "iv<> votes

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>_ the tube hnAWii you v/ant |< I White Wk Pty. Ltd m4 r* I I |V bparkhng If i TEE.TH f^^\| TOGTH PASTE r Sold bv oil l^od -nQ tflflrikflßHß WIO r monofactor«d by Irntol Mr«a Co i%. 3SO4E

"Alsagoff Told Nip Judge He Had Saved Jap Govt." [ARTICLE]

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"Alsagoff Told Nip Judge He Had Saved Jap Govt." A! >ns against occupation detectives Woman Tells Court Of Daily Heatings Bett4 i .si by a Japan .1 to sabotage the lailw.r. in r«Tk < !.v thr M J.iyan i I day t< kfl d in c:)urt that at b i

Press Congratulates The Governor [ARTICLE]

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Press Congratulates The Governor Tributes and messages of congra plfl M| /arc addrt'ssed to the Governor, Sir Frank. Un Omson, at Government Bouse yes:erday by representatives of the press On his recen Knighthood in the Mum's Birthday honours list. The Governor, replying to congratulatory messages* sad he valued them much

"STUPID" IS THE NAME.... [ARTICLE]

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"STUPID" IS THE NAME.... 1 le-G der In S'nj; iNMcuftii alighting at Changi *WWd stop to look at a strange a;; »te the terminal building, it is "^t^t^^m awjcmp-giiaer name u "•ska" by the Japs but more familiarly known as Stupid among mem. •wtfUie Royal Air Ftorce. *IVjbjM" was salvaged

"The Sooner Ihe Better" [ARTICLE]

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"The Sooner Ihe Better" Volunteers B A Pay 1 i l>Ui 1011 T the hour i> th»- < o«>t <>t on the question of backR infonned, "Back pay ■JWjnd must be given toy •"■■fWw to all volunteers and the the bet h«der 01 this g roup, a Ch inese "■■■■■U.

Trade Union Expert Told: Speetre Of Strike Always Over S'pore" [ARTICLE]

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Trade Union Expert Told: Speetre Of Strike Always Over S'pore" ■d\;( and guidance in their negotia- t!i thn; niplov -r- in Sinu ipmc tor impm\-<! t\ r" and increase in j).tv wviv promN •I I Kr.mer. Trade I'nion Adviser in Malaya prt-Nt'iitati\es m the Singapore Engi M n inii-N \ss,ii

Ipoh Estate Labourers' Strike Threat [ARTICLE]

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Ipoh Estate Labourers' Strike Threat ribune Correspondent OH. Sat— A large Indian labouforce, involving nine leading rubber estates in the Sungei Siput area tareatened to strike if its demands are not me by employers by 6 p.m. The demands include higher wages. rehabilitation grant per labourer, free milk for children

34 JAPS TO STAND TRIAL IN PENANG [ARTICLE]

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34 JAPS TO STAND TRIAL IN PENANG < i ii.iine Cwrapond -n VI \S(. liinr II ntv-htur IftpMMM wli u,,v fmer menib rs ot I'eiKing kepcltal will be IK ino N trious chars -in t lit War Crinus Court whlcll ironld open probabh in July, it was stated t<;da> b\

SELANGOR COAST CLUB [ARTICLE]

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SELANGOR COAST CLUB Kuala I imp U I Club. a hu-ii funct durum li ipation, was His tUMH V. )Y. Founded r.\ 1909. and only COSir. ktnd in the Ooa>" Xl* Oh* hud a RTbhip of over 300 in 1941.

SMALLPOX: MORE CASES & 2 DEATHS [ARTICLE]

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SMALLPOX: MORE CASES 2 DEATHS s I Cases of smallpox in Singe- pore were doubled during the i. t ucek ending June 8, according J I to official figures issued by the Health authorities. i i During .that period eight 1 cases were reported of which I two were fatal

Spain Laughs At SECO [ARTICLE]

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Spain Laughs At SECO Madrid. June 15 The goveni-mcnt-controlled press emphasized Spain "indifference" to the United Nations Security Council action on Spain. The (Falange "Arriba" ridiculed the Council's deliberations under the heading "Counsels of the Council." It said: We aiways said none of the proposals has sufficent force to change

Re-Modelling S'pore Govt's Structure [ARTICLE]

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Re-Mod ell i ng S'pore Govt's Structure A7-;?V POST CREATED A further step n the re-modelling of the sinu ture of the Government of Singapore to snii ih ds of the Colony has been taken hv Hm .hi horiti with t ie creation of the post of Secretary iVr l-:<

Life Term for Nip Law Student [ARTICLE]

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Life Term for Nip Law Student Tarumoto Juji. an English-speak-ing law rtudent of the Imp Diversity, Tokio, was sentenced to meat m the Bgbtti War Crimes Court \t-strrda.\ when he was iound guilty oi Ul-treatinu British PoWs emolov.-d in the coast ruction 0 t.l. B nmwPhun rail '-een 1942 und

Dearness Allowance Report Out Soon [ARTICLE]

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Dearness Allowance Report Out Soon 545 Monthly For Go\ernmc!-!! Servant- Some statement on thß co'rt of living allowance to Government servants was dsfinitety drp/tsd in Kv, Lumpur (headquarters of the Malayan U-io':») than a month ago, and an interim rex>rr c^n be expected shortly, annoi; H.E. the G ivornor, Franklin

1,200 CHINESE STILL HELD BY INDONESIANS [ARTICLE]

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1,200 CHINESE STILL HELD BY INDONESIANS BATAVIA, June 14— Groups of Chintse totalling 1,200 persons in all are still held by Indonesians in Tjoroeg, west of igerang. si ate official Dutch sources. At Kesambi, in the Tangerang district, about 400 Chinese v. rescued by a Dutch patrol I brought back

U.S. Military Aid For Philippines [ARTICLE]

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U.S. Military Aid For Philippines Hous Hl ad Con- bill to provide milii •Mtotence to the Philip,. .airman Eloom of ihr Foreign In Coma „-cted would speed the measure to Hou The bill pi o\ ides for ti. tion of Phili );>ine milita: iaval >nnel by American and tin r

Man Kilted In $45 Robbery [ARTICLE]

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Man Kilted In $45 Robbery < Tribune Correspond; PENANG. June 14.-T of a midnight attack which led to the death of a Chinese was told in the Superior Court fore Lt.-Col. A. W B< 11 tcday, when three Chinese. Loke Cheng Skw, Lim Bor. and Tan Peng Khoon were charged

Metherell Court-Martial [ARTICLE]

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Me the rell CourtMartial Tne general court-martial whicb ryjng Major F. T. Methert b ..egeti fraudulent com ersion .ired from the enemy by n. to. forces and mill!— I care as Officer Comma; Workshops, will P ion tomorrow inunn: properties takm away from the polo ground m "■frttirr Road and

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NOTH VS FREEHOLD 4 tm f\^WOßE PROPERTIES To be held at saleroom of Messrs. Chesjesf Koon Seng It Co No 10. day. lftth June. 1»46. at 233 p Let 1 Va'uab! d I^4 house No. 84 Kiihnef Road. Singapore, area 2.353 sq ft monthly rent $46 2. Valuabl? freehold land

The Sunday Tribune JUNE 16, 1946. Compensation [ARTICLE]

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The Sunday Tribune JUNE 16, 1946. Compensation Pi Uy nothing of an aut: live niuure 01 subject of comp lion has yet cmeig.d urity cf orricia semi-secrecy. ci nesclay, Mr. Janner (Labcur Mei.. 1 L.icester West) will ask the S.cre- of State what is tn present position with c garc

BRIEF RETREAT [ARTICLE]

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BRIEF RETREAT W.A.Harpur The passing Armageddon has lefl its s ars OH Singapore, physkaly and mentally. In the Botanic Gardens the \\r.\:r/M of Time iu> i gently. From the burden of the day, they Stfll olfcl the prosp-d 111 I After an i.iteival oi perhaps ten of twi |?e years,

Paris Talks Resume Under Shadow Of "Big Four" Break [ARTICLE]

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Paris Talks Resume Under Shadow Of "Big Four" Break PARIS, June 14. A divisoncasts its shadow over the se< i onft rtm of Foreign Ministers of Britain. United States, Frc and Rusaa which op m at Luxembourg Palace at four o'clock this Q "crnoon. The i' a'..... drama Mr. m

EX-'REBLL' PAINTS PRINCESS [ARTICLE]

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EX-'REBLL' PAINTS PRINCESS Pivnecss E! < havi; pafattd in bf II ihan, the iW Mg of i-id two <>f the tCfl rcqi:irod--ca<h la tinjr an hour I h lac f r,< k ronoh. •nail v■ It was the Q t h** work. 40 of lila ago r attract* »t ni

Through Chinese Eyes [ARTICLE]

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Through Chinese Eyes Air il Sir George Pint' statement that the Supr< d Commander instructed o only military ts in occupied Malaya confirmed the b< layans that Allied plants would bomb then from military zones, detp scare stories set in circdla by th t enemy propaganda partment. It was on

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Ceylonese In Malaya Worried Over Status In Union [ARTICLE]

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Ceylonese In Malaya Worried Over Status In Union l IBO: (A'r M:- -There is eons'dc afete ap 15,000 reylonese in M ilajl an! tn ■r !> -li ih Mi rv Mr. V. Coommrmswmoij. irbc tei ernm I if Ceylcn Rcpreitions of Cevlunese ft 't\ nf Mr. Coomarmsn m\ h m

Conservative Press Praise For Mr. Bevin [ARTICLE]

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Conservative Press Praise For Mr. Bevin I •trna i^ian Hamst nle of all •>#i »-j Iceot full Tike I ,'rar*n ial to v Mr. B--- T*v A.P.

JAP MAJOR TO HANG [ARTICLE]

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JAP MAJOR TO HANG one 14. Major Koe Milcuni) was sv -ncaccd to hang and IS otht-r Jnixuu-se oflicers and enlisted m« laprisoameat by the War Crunts o:iin:: oion on charges (»f Mindanao island 0.1 September. IS. 1545. "Hie dci ..ere charced with skyir apmo civilians after V— J T>

Labour Rejects Anti-Conscription Resolution [ARTICLE]

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Labour Rejects AntiConscription Resolution SNEIVIOI 1 ii. June 13. after Mr. \r f x s had Mi ■Tg.itt b i the Labour trail i m gainst cc mpul- t yet Ihey c»«lsln4 nisi t the > f 1:1m 1 the •!>"• r < -i opposing h f 1 1 1

KING AT EPSOM [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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KING AT EPSOM Majesty the King arriving at Epsom for the Derby accompanied by Princess Elizabeth.

U.S. Troops In China: Long Stay Hinted [ARTICLE]

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U.S. Troops In China: Long Stay Hinted SHANGHAI, JINE 14: THE REMAINING UNITED STAIES ARMY FORCES IN CHINA, NUMBERING S HWE 4,€00 MEN, SEEM DESTINED FOB A LONG STAY IN THIS COUNTRY. This is the interpretation placed I erv3rs here on a statement by Lieutenant Genera! Alvin C. Giilen, Commanding

Inventor Of Television Dies In Sleep [ARTICLE]

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Inventor Of Television Dies In Sleep BEXHILL, El %l nil. Jun i4. (.lit. J hn Lt)gi> Isair 1. Sc tti>,ii-l (iin jn\ m tor dl t Me i^\t 11 (!i <i h toda> i»i Ilia slei'j). II was 58. reported i h;;w c mpleied h is I'^vurches Info new niias(

Conference On Status Of Java's Outer Islands [ARTICLE]

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Conference On Status Of Java's Outer Islands Butavia. Jttn 14.— The ft 'aid no con- hi tat us of r I lard Fnd s will b e tied. Dr. w h n d c n dii thi Mel nd tm< d W t I person? 1 i B DiSCUS. ■a

Political Prisoners Held In "Green Hell" [ARTICLE]

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Political Prisoners Held In "Green Hell" l\\KA(;i PKESIDFNT II \> !'l I lOK PEOPLI \\U (iimmk I HIM RIO I)L J INI I'' (Air mai I < has been (h h iff tluU < hub i oi i it ,t;. prlfMMtl .ti \> ii»- held under in: fincment la Um

TSINGTAO TENSION EBBS [ARTICLE]

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TSINGTAO TENSION EBBS SHANGHAI. June Communists' Sellable foreiirn sources f. ly overAdmiral <hurlc* M < >n\ •■■dor of the Unit* I out comr arces close I •aid he was no reas< the Marine garrison. earlier report stated that Tailed States marines had prepa; piwHlum m t l:i the vit A.P.

Death Demanded For Anti-Nazi! [ARTICLE]

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Death Demanded For Anti-Nazi! IN SPAIN lull AI June 15. The prosecution 01 I demanded <)• the five mrn efcarjp tary cc bomb at the do man ajrandn j n Madrid months ago. ho !»adriMM, admitlr.i •lence was 1 Officially th«> rfcar* against hfm was a violence in t thon'

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Surprise Selections In England's Test Team [ARTICLE]

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Surprise Selections In England's Test Team i hsence Of Martin A Real Shock LONDON, June 15. Tin wurpriiei -■< 11m Bi |imnd i tm i on of t\,v WiiA fast ri n, ho lid so irell In Um t »i. nd ket-k» G Iffiih, although fenerall] l« I 1 c

What Other Commentators Have To Say [ARTICLE]

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What Other Commentators Have To Say LONDON. June II —The Kv»t»ing Standard cricket re, inr on the Entrlan.l "Evidently the ltalrit; for a tdia mm! h»ve been leaving I r» lian probl.u the time beint: I m M has not found I bo* wnuM b al as about the <|uii*lte-t

YORK STILL UNBEATEN [ARTICLE]

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YORK STILL UNBEATEN Counts C.-'ckcl League 'Table includes matches played on June 14 > ud P Ot I Worr* §4 10 110 ">2 York- 10 12 0 1 Md.. fcaae i 44 HantGlnur. 40 Surrey m 0 3fi OUm haean BhUi r •>• o 1 I 0 1 2 1

Canada Eliminated [ARTICLE]

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Ca nada Eliminated gy* O»»ada out of the Davhs J ywtitiiio here today when brothers Armando anrt defeated Laird Wat and J--4. 3 in the double*. BarlW brothers wo,, both Rolaado beatine M 5 and Armando de- Henri Rochon 7_S 6 2. Reuter

RAIN DELAYS PLAY AT NOTTS [ARTICLE]

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RAIN DELAYS PLAY AT NOTTS NOTTINGHAM, June 15.— Half an hour before I :h, between Nottinghampshire and the Indians it was still raining steadily after an eight hours' continuous fall The wicket was fully covered but there were pools of water nearby and the outfield was soaked- The prospects of

HAZARE INDIANS' SAVIOUR [ARTICLE]

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HAZA RE INDIANS' SA VIOUR (By Leary Constantino. Rau\.cr*j Special Correspondent PORTSMOUTH. June 14.— Hazares all-round performance ;or the Combined Sarvices in the drawn match here was demarkao!e. The only touring batsman to cope with the varied Home attack in the first innings he straishtf bowled a medium pace ot

WOODCOCK MISSES Wit HIS RIGHT [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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WOODCOCK MISSES Wit HIS RIGHT Bruce Woodcock (left) misses wth his right during hi s fahi With Freddie Mills at Harrinock icon on po

TRAINER LOSES LICENCE [ARTICLE]

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TRAINER LOSES LICENCE Drug Administe? On Racehorse LONDON. Jv.ne 13.— The steward* of the Jockey Club have withdrawn the licence to train of the well-known North County trainer. Cecil Ray, stating that they had themselvi administered to ,1 horse in bis stable. This is what the Racinp Calendar, the Jockey

INDIAN ASSOCIATION CRICKET [ARTICLE]

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INDIAN ASSOCIATION CRICKET BR. Mistri The following will p I racket team against H.M.S. the Naval Baso. Kuldip f O Dhanii-vaj. P. PC Baskaran, Wazir Sintb Choor Ringh, N. Abbasbhoy. R Solakin Sint-h. Hussnin i D. K S;t my. Reserve:

FISHLOCK'S TWO CENTURIES [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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FISHLOCK'S TWO CENTURIES 4 oiml* i ri<*k< i I* »ii ml- ii LONDON, June 14— Several players who were not a I for Test Trial gave performances which might well carry them into the England team for the Fir I The best effort was a amury m each innings by

Popular Singapore Sportsman Weds. [ARTICLE]

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Popular Singapore Sportsman Weds. wedding of Mr. Pat Souza. prominent Sing. an-lawyer. and Miss Marguev*e van Tooren. of Kuala Lumpur, took place yesU ng a t u, e < rdral of tbc Good The bride, a daughter of Mr Mrs. R. van Tooren. <. O wp of spot- with a

$29,000 Horse Will Not Run At Ascot [ARTICLE]

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$29,000 Horse Will Not Run At Ascot LONDON. Jum 14— Maharaja kwar of Baroda scored a double Uiigfield Park Surrey hace* Loda hestnut ftliy Sarala, uy >:an out o Two-year-old I I'ings. and f ShicM o! winning the East Grinstead cap over one mile. Sarala. which was tared at the

Hardstaff's Splendid Century [ARTICLE]

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Hardstaff's Splendid Century LONDON. June 14.— A inhajlrt uv. i/. i; ::■.>. :■:.,>'.• the test trial, in which play was curtail* < m weather to under two days. 115, h's fiiiKia 'Lancas Mi two hours. tomorrow, Unwi up to watch the ma v did n>t bring tuck to their Hutton

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TODAY'S SPORT V. i f h ru R.A.P h I at TI Q h XI ;t T Chmngi KING: Soni Puny Q at the Hnpry v. J

Jalking About Sport [ARTICLE]

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Jalking About Sport Special u The Sunday Tribune Tr A at Lord's from the Indian^ should a mcsi :ng it... vays of course, does not play too bis a pan Jun has too kind to n inch like an Englari' iiave >:ed an that might well do duty for the

Sundram Hero in Tengah Cricket [ARTICLE]

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Sundram Hero in Tengah Cricket I R.A.F. Tengah had their long string ui broken Herday when tht> mat tin- Y.M.C.A. at Tcngah, losing the four v. <<-ts. Hew for th v v.as S. K. Sunwho after captorta* four niOl, ■OOnd 76 in whirlwind fashion when be ting sewn BCltiadect in

Lanaway's Fine Form Feature Of S'pore Cricket [ARTICLE]

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Lana way's Fine Form Feature Of S'pore Cricket Cecil Wong Sl'Ollf S "y The highlight of Singapore Whitsun sport was the fast game of soccer play-, d at the J ■■> Besar Stadium last Sunday when the Chinese Athletic scored deserved victory over the Crosskeys in spite of having less

Conn "Will Win Or Be Killed" [ARTICLE]

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Conn "Will Win Or Be Killed" GREENWOOD LAKE, NEW JERSEY. Jim* 14— Billy Cor loorried about hs bou< on Wednesday with Joe Louis. He shows no r Brown Bomber's a miles dotcn the road at Pomptou Lakes. Say? Billy: I Wed tryinrj and t am not <ng on geti ng

Burton Ousted From U.S. Open Championship [ARTICLE]

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Burton Ousted From U.S. Open Championship CLEVELAND (OHIO), June 14 Dick Burton, British open char: was today eliminated from cd Stat< ;tion Burton made an 81 for a total o; 160 in th<- second round. The par for the OMterborj Oauntrj Club course Ls ay. vith 79. he had 115

Mr. MacDonal At Scouts Campfire [ARTICLE]

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Mr. MacDonal At Scouts Campfire ang, June 15. Over 1,000 Boy Scouu> who participated in a tory Can.. jn Francis Li School grotin m greataeered hy inv pvaWBH in their midst of Air. llatautm MacE)onald, < ral. "Scouting movements >n the world", l cellency told them, adding that above all

101-1 HORSE WINS [ARTICLE]

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101-1 HORSE WINS D. California, June 14. The loiu-v-t ■}'.i>\ at Hoi iy wood Park Sporty Jack cam* home at I<H to one. J. D. Rop four-year old of U.S. A.P.

N. Malaya Bandits Checked [ARTICLE]

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N. Malaya Bandits Checked 'npur, Jun< ities ol guerillas i,, juiigk-s) and otlier < se l*andits most been checked, it is learned from Malava Command sourer has b done by three ba; 1)O p S There have Ijet-n quite a Gnk, Bcntonu. and •»K m in North Malaya. They managed

Big Athletic Meet Planned For August 5 [ARTICLE]

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Big Athletic Meet Planned For August 5 ViCTOP 3pon- o Victory Stores scheduled t v itii lies.tr '<> Imm d J^^| in its pliice the «Mganis:rs arc a er athletic meet I I mon Aucust 5 I meet will be S gapore Island Amateur and will Ke run according the

GOV.-GEN. ATTENDS RACES [ARTICLE]

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GOV.-GEN. ATTENDS RACES PENANG, Sat The Governor- Donald. WH> at today's j Ptnang races, which lore a good crowd. Singapore, .riddsn by Capt. Dolsail. pave Valaya* Prank Met* servy, his first success as an owner of the Malayan track. Results: Race I— NEVER MIND (ManicTote: $22, $6, Race 2 Mars9.

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