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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1956

PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1956

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ECKA terrorists, after British position in the sheikdoms
0 a truce bid failed, have of Arabian Peninsula is seriously
RET BRRITA/ resumed bloody attacks threatened by "Arab World" ambi-
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By DAVID L. BOWEN
Associated Press Newsfeatures Writer
Although events in Egypt have
monopolized the headlines, the
Suez Canal is not the only spot
on the historic British trade life-
line showing signs of wear.
The tides of nationalism which
swept the British off the shores
of the Suez also are relentlessly
wearing away the British grip on
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several other strategic pieces of
real estate.
The British are able to main-
tain order on Cyprus, now the
bastion of England's strength in
the eastern Mediterranean, only
with large-scale use of security
troops. The majority of the is-
land's natives are of Greek
descent. Many favor an end of
British control and reunion with

Greece. A group

of terrorists dependence in August of next

called the EOKA are attempting
to force the British out with a
bloody campaign of bombings and
assassinations.
Just the other side of the Suez,
on the long periphery of the Ara-
bian peninsula, the British are
faced with the strong possibility
that Egyptian ambition and Saudi
Arabian money might soon launch
a drive to push them out of their
last stronghold of direct control
in the Arab world.
The frontiers of these desert
shiekhdoms rarely are well de-
fined, and the British-backed
rulers have come increasingly into
conflict with their large neigh-
bors. There also are signs of dis-
content at British rule in some of
the protectorates themselves.
Further out in the Indian
Ocean, the new neutralist govern-
ment of Ceylon, headed by Pre-
mier Solomon Bandaranaike, has
forced British agreement to a plan
calling for abandonment of Trin-
comalee, a naval base on the is-
land's northeast coast considered
to be one of the finest fleet
anchorages in the world. It is
the present base of the British

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East Indies fleet. The Ceylonese
also will take over the British air-
base at Kitunayake.
Loss of these facilities will leave
the British without a base be-
tween Aden and Singapore, a dis-
tance of 3,600 miles.
And in the great Asian 'port of
Singapore, the English future is
not bright. The Malay states to
the north are scheduled for in-'

year. Talks between Britain and
Singapore's leaders on a similar
plan for the port colony broke up
with bitterness in London this
spring, with Singapore claiming
Britain refused to grant true local
sovereignty: The fact that 76 per
cent of Singapore's 1,200,000 in-
habitants are of Chinese descent
makes it unlikely that Britain will
be able to maintain its hold for
many more years.

By EDGAR SIMONS
Daily Bridge columnist,

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returned his remaining club. The
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as east played a heart.
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