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Syonan Shimbun, 12 December 1942

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The Syonan Sinbun No 3 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, KOKI 2602, SYOWA 17 7 Cents.

P.O. Depositors May Draw Out Further $70 [ARTICLE]

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P.O. Depositors May Draw Out Further $70 POST OFFICE CONCESSION REVISED limits of withdrawal from the former Savings Bank deposits have been effected by the Postal Authorities, beginning from Dec. 8. the first anniversary of the Greater East Asia War, says Domei. The initial amount of withdrawal has hwo raised

Better Hygiene Education For Syonan Schools [ARTICLE]

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Better Hygiene Education For Syonan Schools THE authorities behind the formation of a Syonan Medical and Health Association which will «onduct research work, public health and introduce hygiene ■•••Jucation among children, have by no means been idle. At a meeting held recently and attended by prominent Japanese and h cal

Britain Feels Pinch Of Rubber Shortage [ARTICLE]

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Britain Feels Pinch Of Rubber Shortage A NEW DELHI broadcast intercepted in Syonan revealed that the Madras Government had ordered all omnibuses and private cars to reduce speed to 25 and 25 miles respectively in order to prolong the durability of tires owing: to rubber shortage, says Domei. Meanwhile, reports

Hidden Arms, Ammunition Must All Be Surrendered [ARTICLE]

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Hidden Arms, Ammunition Must All Be Surrendered PEACE PRESERVATION MEASURE AN APPEAL to the public to co-operate with the Police in an extensive campaign to discover hidden or abandoned arms and ammunition or providing the authorities with the names and addresses of persons concealing such munitions, has been made by

Military Supervision Of Rail Networks Now Transferred [ARTICLE]

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Military Supervision Of Rail Networks Now Transferred DIRECTOR-GENERAL 9S STA TEMENT KUALA LUMPUR, Dec. 9— "In recalling the period since you rejoined this railway, it is realised that you have done your best towards the restoration of railway transport for the Japanese army. This fact has already been recognised uu

Daily Feeding Of Syonan's Poor [ARTICLE]

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Daily Feeding Of Syonan's Poor UNHERALDED yet rlaily giving succour to hundreds, the two Chinese temples, on Teluk Ayer Street and River Valley Road. provide food for Chinese destitute in the slum areas of Syonan. Mayor Shigeo Odate and Kosei-ka-cho Mamoru Shinozakl this morning visited the two temples where kanjl

Malai, Sumatra Dialects To Be Standardised [ARTICLE]

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Malai, Sumatra Dialects To Be Standardised COMMON LINGUA I TO BOTH AREAS THAT immediate steps ought to be taken to standardise the existing Malai and Sumatra dialects into a common language, understandable to the inhabitants of both these regions, was the advice given by Marquis Yoshichika Tokugawa, Japanese Adviser to

New Air Raid Warnings [ARTICLE]

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New Air Raid Warnings THE NIPPON Military Authorities in a statement issued today declare in connection with regulations for the control of lights hitherto in force that whereas, according to the regulations enforced before, the signal for a precautionary warning (precautionary control) is the continued sounding of sirens (for about

Former Seletar Naval Base Now Rendered Impregnable [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Former Seletar Naval Base Now Rendered Impregnable TRANSFORMED BY JAPANESE By Domei Correspondent attached to the Imperial Navy SINCE the occupation by the Japanese Navy on Feb. 10 the Seletar Naval Base, once the home of the British Asiatic Fleet has been transformed completely into a Japanese base for safeguarding

Sakaguchi, Shoji Units Receive War Citations [ARTICLE]

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Sakaguchi, Shoji Units Receive War Citations BmmL TOKYO, Dec. 11—The War Office announced that citations granted by Lieut.-General Hitcshi Imamura, Commander-in-Chief of the Japanese Forces in j the East Indies area, to the Sakaguchl and Shoji Units for meritorious services during operatic ns for the occupation oi DJawa have reached

Chinese Donation To Nippon Wounded [ARTICLE]

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Chinese Donation To Nippon Wounded A DONATION of $10,918 for the Japanese Wounded Forces in commemoration of the first anniversary of the Greater East Asia War, was made by the Overseas Chinese Association on Dec. 7. Collections were made by the Teochew, Hokkien, Cantonese, Straits Chinese, Kengchew and Sam-Kang sections

AXIS RENEW DETERMINATION TO ACHIEVE FINAL VICTORY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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AXIS RENEW DETERMINATION TO ACHIEVE FINAL VICTORY Important Declarations At Pact Anniversary Banquet Domei. TOKYO, Dec. 11—Finn belief in absolute victory over their common enemies and hope for even closer ties between Japan, Germany and Italy were expressed by Foreign Minister Masayuki Tani, German Ambassador Major General Eugcn Ott and

Tani's Tribute To Axis War Achievements [ARTICLE]

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Tani's Tribute To Axis War Achievements TRIPARTITE PACT ANNIVERSARY Domei TOKYO, Dec. 11.—High tribute was paid to the remarkable war results achieved by the Axis and the steady progress of their plans for the reconstruction of Europe by Foreign Minister, Masayuki Tani, in an address at a luncheon given on

Germans' Record Toll Of Enemy Ships During November [ARTICLE]

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Germans' Record Toll Of Enemy Ships During November Domel. TOKYO, Dec. 11.-The Japan Times Advertiser in an editorial captioned, 'A New German Record," extclled the recent announcement by the German High Command concerning the toll of enemy merchant ships sunk and damaged by the Reich forces during November, and declared,

Axis Victories Pave Way For New Order [ARTICLE]

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Axis Victories Pave Way For New Order TANI CLARIFIES WAR AIMS Domei. TOKYO. Dec. 11-War results attained by the Axis powers during the past year have paved the way for the creation of a new world order. Foreign Minister Masayuki Tani declared in a radio speech delivered at 6.30 p

Research Into Tropical Diseases Being Intensified [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Research Into Tropical Diseases Being Intensified DR. ANDO RETURNS FROM NIPPON GOOD news is contained in a statement to a Syonan Sinbun reporter by Dr. Kozo Ando, Minsei-buclio, Syonan Tokubetu-si, who returned to Syonan a few days ago after a three-month visit to Japan. Inclining to elaborate on the object

Remittances To China [ARTICLE]

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Remittances To China CHINESE in Malai welcome the news of the establishment In Shanghai of the Overseas Chinese Commercial and Industrial Bank a day after ih* anniversary of the outbreak of! the war of Greater East Asia.: The bank will fill a great need,! eince it will provide facilities lor

U.S. War Effort Half-Hearted [ARTICLE]

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U.S. War Effort Half-Hearted Domei. LISBON, Dec. 10—Mrs. El»::ict Roosevelt, wife of the- United States pt-^m- j n a broadcast said that a women's land army patterned after Britain's, should be established in an eflort to alleviate the shortage of manpower and fill the gap especially on larnis, it is

Curfcin Pessimistic Over Allied Shipping Position [ARTICLE]

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Curfcin Pessimistic Over Allied Shipping Position llomci. LISBON. Dec. 10— A dominant note oi pessimism was struck in Prime Minister John Curtin's message to the Australian Parliament, accordin < to reports reaching here from Canberra Curtin dwelt lengthily on the seriousness of the shipping problem facing the anti-Axis nations pointing

Axis Commemorate Pact Anniversary [ARTICLE]

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Axis Commemorate Pact Anniversary I Domei. TOKYO, Dec. 11—While the three 1 leaders of the Axis countries are ex- pected to exchange goodwill messages over the radio today on the first anniversary of the Japan-Italo-German Pact resolving to fight together against the United States and Britain until final victory is

German, Italian Envoys Stress Axis Solidarity [ARTICLE]

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German, Italian Envoys Stress Axis Solidarity ONENESS WITH NIPPON AFFIRMED Dome! SHANGHAI, Dec. 9—The oneness cf Japan, Germany and Italy, who are joined together in a common war by the Tripartite Pact, was exphasized by Herr Heinrich Stahmer, German Ambassador, and Marquis Marchio de Taliani, Italian Ambassador to China, in

Syonan Nippon Entertainers [ARTICLE]

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Syonan Nippon Entertainers A NEW GROUP of entertainers for consoling Japanese soldiers has been formed by Japanese residents of Syonanto under the command of the Entertainment Corps of the Senden-bu. This croup is called the Syonan-to Nippon-xin Engeihan (Syonan Japanese Group of Entertainers). Members of this rroup comprise of ten

Rapid Restoration Of Peace In Philippines Significant [ARTICLE]

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Rapid Restoration Of Peace In Philippines Significant CONTRAST WITHSPANISH-U.S. WAR I>omei. MANILA, Dec. 11—The phenomenal restoration of peace and order in the Philippines by the Japanese Military Administration within six months since their occupation of the Archipelago is doubly significant when it is noted that the United States forces struggled

Out To Blast The Enemy [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Out To Blast The Enemy A formation of Japanese planes wing n< out to blast enemy positions somewhere in the Pacific. Th« exploits of Japanese airmen in the War at Ea»t A»i» have won the admiration of the world. lUomei photo).

Nippon Policy To Tell Truth [ARTICLE]

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Nippon Policy To Tell Truth Domel. MANILA, Dec. 9—Mockingly criticising the fabricated statement of the Secretary of the Navy. Col. Prank Knox on Dec. 15 last year in which he admitted the loss of only three battleships. Ignacio Japvier, wellknown Filipino radio commentator, compares it with the latest official United

Orchestral Concert At Syonan Ko-Kai-Do [ARTICLE]

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Orchestral Concert At Syonan Ko-Kai-Do THE following is the programme for the popular concert by the Syonan Orchestra at the Ko-Kai-Do tomorrow from 2 to 4 p.m. and from 5 to 7 p.m. Overture, Peter Scholl CBy c. M. Yon Weber (Comp. 1801>: Waltz, Souvenir of Sweden (By M. Heinecke);

Chiang Regime Angry Over U.S. Conscription [ARTICLE]

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Chiang Regime Angry Over U.S. Conscription MOVE AFFECTS 75,000 CHINESE Domei NANKING, Dec. 10.—According to information Chungking is denouncing the new conscription law in the United States, which directly affects 74,954 from a total of 107,354 Chinese residents in America, and which not only fcrces them to abandon their enterprises

CHURCH SERVICES [ARTICLE]

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CHURCH SERVICES ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL 3rd Sunday in Advent, Dec. 13. Holy Communion (plain) 830 a.m. Holy Communion (choral) 9.30 am. Piano Recital 4.30 p m Bible Class 5 p.m. Choral Evensong t> p.m. Wednesday: Holy Communion. 9 a.m. Friday: Christian Federations intercession 5.30 p.m. ST. HILDA'S CHURCH Holy Communicn

AT THE GEKIJOS [ARTICLE]

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AT THE GEKIJOS KYO-EI Rebecca. SYOWA *****0. ijsmo Charlie Chau at Treasure Island. INDO Dharti Mat ha (Hindustani) FUYO (For Militiry only) Shogun To Sanbo To Hel (Japanese) YAMATO Tee Wan Yee Mui (Cantonese)

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PUBLIC NOTICES TOKHBETU-SI NOTICE No. 146. REWARD ON THE COLLECTION OF FIRE ARMS AND GUN POWDF.K It is hereby notified that in order to attain public peace as well as to prevent dangers, we commence a period or the collection of fire arms and fcun powder with various cash pnze3.

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PUBLIC NOTICES TOKI'BETL-Sl NOiiM: No. 147. THE SYONAN ft u£ti EXTENSION As from Ist Dcemoer 26C2, tl>e nreMOt Omnibus Service No. 32 and 33 a;e extended to Tf.njr.nfr Pagar from Katong and Telok Kuiau respectively instead of from Ka'oi.g and Telok Kurau to Geyiang Serai. New Service No. 7 As