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Syonan Shimbun, 22 March 1943

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The Syonan Sinbun Office 140/146 Cecil Street, Syonan. Telephone No. 5471. NO. 89 MONDAY. MARCH 22. KOKI 2603. SYOWA 18 7 CENTS

Opinion [ARTICLE]

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Opinion Show Them The Way—A Plea WE HAVE HEARD it whispered in certain quarters that the behaviour of the younger set in Malai today is lacking in courtesy and respect,—behaviour which has in some instances provoked real, if only unmeant, anger. In referring to this matter, we hope to contribute

Nippon Heavy Guns Bombard Enemy Ships [ARTICLE]

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Nippon Heavy Guns Bombard Enemy Ships CONSIDERABLE DESTRUCTION DomH. yUPEH FRONT, Mar. 20.— Heavy Nippcn artillery, unleashing a terrific bombardment on Mar. 16. sank 27 enemy vessels including five between 700 and 1,500 tons and heavily damaged six additional large craft, as well as a number of smaller vessels, near

Vain Attempts To Retake Strategic Bases Frustrated [ARTICLE]

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Vain Attempts To Retake Strategic Bases Frustrated UNDISCLOSED HUPEK BASE, Mar. 20—Two corps belonging to Chungking's 161 st Division which, on the evening oJ Mar. 17, attemptod to retake Mitctze, approximately 16 kilometres southwest ot Shasi across the Yangtze River, south-central Hupeh Province, were routed by the following morning, it

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS Dom#i BERLIN Mar ?i. —Chancellor Adolf Hitler in a speech at the Court of Honour of the Berlin Zeughaus. on the occasion of the fourth War Heroes Memorial Day. declared that the crisis on the Eastern Front has been definitely overcome, and measures have been staled which in

TOAST OF BROTHER NATIONS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TOAST OF BROTHER NATIONS A toast to the common destiny and future wellbeing of two brother nations—Nippon and China, drunk by Nippon Premier Gen. Hideki Tojo and President of the National Government of China, Mr. Wang Ching-wei. Premier Tojo made a historic visit to Nanking recently.— (Domei photo).

Lieut, Gen. Matsui Appointed Nippon Chief Of Staff In China [ARTICLE]

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Lieut, Gen. Matsui Appointed Nippon Chief Of Staff In China SIGNIFICANCE POINTED OUT l>omei. TOKYO. Mar. 20. —Lieut-Gen. Takuro Matsui has been appointed Chief of Staff of the Nippon Expeditionary Forces in China, the Rikugun-sho (War Ministry) announced today. General Matsui, military adviser to the National Government of China, succeeds

Nippon Planes Raid Anti-Axis Installations [ARTICLE]

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Nippon Planes Raid AntiAxis Installations Domei LISBON. Mar. 20—General Mac Arthur's communique announced that Nippon bombers, escorted by fighters, yesterday raided anti-Axis installations at Porlock Harbour on New Guinea Island. 50 miles from Buna, damaging the wharf and a launch, it is reported from .Melbourne.

Muslims Exhorted To Carry On Struggle [ARTICLE]

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Muslims Exhorted To Carry On Struggle Domei. BERLIN. Mar. 19—On the occa- j sion of the birthday of Prophet Mohammed, the Grand Mufti o: Jerusalem, Amin Al Husseini, in the course of his speech at the Berlin mosque, declared that the day cf reckoning would come when all Arabians and

Nippon-Indochina Trade Questions Amicably, Satisfactorily Settled [ARTICLE]

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Nippon-Indochina Trade Questions Amicably, Satisfactorily Settled Domei TOKYO, Mar. 21.—With the return to Hanoi of Kenlcichi Yoshizawa, Nippon Ambassador to French Indochina, ec-operation between the French colony and Nippon undoubtedly will still be i lurthered. political observers here declared v°sterday. Mr. Yoshlzawa is en route back to his ;>cst from

Nippon Forces Occupy Key Point On Border Of Yunnan And Burma [ARTICLE]

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Nippon Forces Occupy Key Point On Border Of Yunnan And Burma OPERATION DESCRIBED Dome! YUNNAN FRONT, Mar. iy.—Nippon forces have capped their arduous trek through Kaoliehkung mountains with the capture of Pyimaung, key point on the Burma-Yunnan border. Tlie Chungking regime in ar. attempt lo make up lor the loss!

Two Hurricanes Shot Down Over Arakan [ARTICLE]

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Two Hurricanes Shot Down Over Arakan MML AN UNDISCLOSED Nippon Base, Mar. 19—A Nippon Army air unit yesterday afternoon shot down two Hurricane i fighters in aerial combat with an enemy formation comprised of several Hurricane fighters over Arakan north of Akyab. The remainder of the enemy planes fled without

Nippon Divers Play Vital Role In Ship Salvage In South [ARTICLE]

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Nippon Divers Play Vital Role In Ship Salvage In South i Domei TOKYO, Mar. 21-Superiority of technique of Nippon divers and their devotion to work are playing a vital role in the refloating of scuttled enemy ships in Southern waters, said Rear Admiral Yasutakca Hashigucl.i, recognized authority on ship-salvasing. He

DOENITZ CONFERS IN ROME [ARTICLE]

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DOENITZ CONFERS IN ROME Domei. RCttfF. Mar. 19—Grand Admiral Karl Doeniiz Coniniander-in-Chief of *he German Navy, arcived here 0:1 Mar. 15 and conferred with Admiral Artuio Ricca-di Italian State Undersecretary and Chief of Navy s'afT, for three days on proMi dm ron^pr-' with the future collaboration of th? Italian and

Opposition Attacks Admiralty In House Of Commons [ARTICLE]

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Opposition Attacks Admiralty In House Of Commons D«mei BUENOS AIRES. Mar 13.—A Londcn report *>ays that the aoDarent inability of the British Admiralty to cope with th« growing U-boat menace was the causof the fierce concerted attack in j the House of Commons yest^rd.iy on the Admiralty, climaxed by the

Tenno Heika Officiates At 'Shunki Koreisai' [ARTICLE]

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Tenno Heika Officiates At 'Sh unki Koreisai' Domei. TOKYO. Mar. '21— Tenno Heika at 10 a.m. officiated at Shunki Koreisai" (Spring worship of Imperial ancestors). Paying homage to Jtmtnu Tenno and successive generations of Emperors, Tenno Heika prayed for the prosperity of the Nippon Empire. Proceeding to the Imperial Sanctuary

Burma Officials To Call On Premier Tojo [ARTICLE]

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Burma Officials To Call On Premier Tojo HOMAGE PAID AT MEIJI SHRINE Domei TOKYO. Mar. 21.- Tnc Vislring Burmese high officials. D. Ba. Maw. Chief of the Burm,\-.> G:vernmeiu together wmi Majn; Mya, Director of Home Allans. Them Maung. Director of Financial Affairs and Major General Aung San, Commander-in-Chiet of

Burmese Visitors Enjoy Nippon Way Of Living [ARTICLE]

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Burmese Visitors Enjoy Nippon Way Of Living Dotnei TOKYO. Mar 20.- Dr. U Ba. Maw. Chief oi the Burmese Government, and his party wer~ guests tc night at a showing of motion pictures depicting Nippon agricultural life and Nippon culture, sponsored by Jcho Kvoicu 'Board of Information*. The visiting gue*Ls

China Airways To Expand Activities [ARTICLE]

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China Airways To Expand Activities Dome:. CANTON Mar 21.—T.ip CtUna Airways C;muinv h^ <J?e;d^a t» strengthen air •errirsa between Nippon anl ths Continent ond throughout China as w.»ll as to open up a new service and revive old lines, beginning from Apr. 1. South China pir routes \> ill be

Germans Rout Soviets On Eastern War Front [ARTICLE]

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Germans Rout Soviets On Eastern War Front SUCCESS GAINED IN TUNISIA BY MILITARY CO-RESPONDENT Dotnei. LISBON, Mar. 20.—The terrific- impact of German infantry and mechanized forces, most effectively supported by thi Luftwaffe, in the southern sector of the Eastern front is nultin the Soviets to rout, despite frant'c last-minute foviet

Eden's Mission Exposes Serious Political Split [ARTICLE]

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Eden's Mission Exposes Serious Political Split SQUABBLE OVER INFL UENCE ZONES MM ZURICH, Mar. 18-As the first we3k cf British Foreign Minister's visit to Washington ended, it was r.pDarent that there are serious differences of opinion between Britain and the Soviet Unicn, on tho en? hand, and the United States,

Anti-Axis War Aims Are Hopelessly At Variance [ARTICLE]

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Anti-Axis War Aims Are Hopelessly At Variance Domei. .TOKYO, Mar. 20-The recent indiscreet statement of the American Ambassador to Russia, Wiliiam Standley, as well as the statement by VS. vice President Henry Wallace and movements of th? British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden in Washington. would indicate that the leaders of

Development Company Chief Stresses Mutual TrustDoetrine [ARTICLE]

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Development Company Chief Stresses Mutual TrustDoetrine Ifcuiei. TOKYO. Mar. 19. -Preaching the doctrine of mutual trust and harmony between China and Nippon, 68-year-cld Kikujlro Takashima. new President of the Central China Development Company succeeding Kenji Kodama, has decided to take his whole household to reside in Shanghai, eventually *to be

Nippon's New China Policy Being Effectively Executed [ARTICLE]

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Nippon's New China Policy Being Effectively Executed WILL BENEFIT CHINA,' SAYS ENVOY SHANGHAI, Mar. 19. —Mamorn Shigemitsu, Nippon Ambassador to China, in a Press interview this afternoon declared that Nippon's new China policy is being: carried out vigorously here, thanks to the hearty co-operation between Nippon and Chinese authorities. Hs

Good Progress Being Made In Return Of Concession [ARTICLE]

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Good Progress Being Made In Return Of Concession j Domei TIENTSIN, Mar. 19.—A1l practical procedure for the rendition of exclusive Nippon concessions in China is progressing quit 3 smoothly, Chiyo Ohta, Nippon j Consul-General here, explained in a Press interview. Mr. Ohta returned to Tientsin yes terday from Nanking where

Weber Gets Decision Over Young Bautista [ARTICLE]

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Weber Gets Decision Over Young Bautista DISPLAYING the same aggressiveness that characterized his appearances in the ring many years ago, Fr^nkie Weber obtained a clear-cut decision over Young Bautista in the iinal of Saturday's triple main event boxing card at the Great World arena. In the preceding main events, Kid

Dr. Luxumeyah Elected Malai I.I.L. President [ARTICLE]

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Dr. Luxumeyah Elected Malai I.I.L. President MR. N. RAGHAVAN, President of the Malai branch of the Independence League, has resigned from his position owing to illhealth. The Territorial Committee of the Independence League, Malai branch, which concluded its three-day session, on Friday, accepted his resignation with great regret, and has

American Press Assails Lewis' Strike Threat [ARTICLE]

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American Press Assails Lewis' Strike Threat Domei. LISBON. Mar. 19-The threat by John Lewis. President of United Mine Workers, to call a strike of 500,000 mine workers unless coal operatives grant a two-dollars-a-day increase pay is being assailed by American newspapers. The newspapers, calling or. PresidentRoosevelt to take a firm

Ipoh Youths Recommended For Medical Scholarships [ARTICLE]

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Ipoh Youths Recommended For Medical Scholarships Domei. IPOH, Mar. 19.—Eight Perak boys have been recommendd Icr scholarships at the College of Medicine, Syonan, which begins its first term under the New Order some time next month. The eight boys were selected after a competitive examination in the Nippon language. Malai.

Two-Rice-Crops- A-Year Plan Forges Ahead [ARTICLE]

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Two-Rice-Crops-A-Year Plan Forges Ahead THE PROGRAM of the Gunsei Kanbu (Military Administration) t» augment the production of rice in Malai and Sumatra is making excellent progress. It is announced that the planting of imported high-grade rice ■eeds from Nippon, Taiwan and Djawa has been virtually completed in Malai and Sumatra.

Another 250 Boys Required For Training [ARTICLE]

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Another 250 Boys Required For Training TECHNICAL EDUCATION THE EMPHASIS laid on tech nical education in Syonan and the opportunities it criers to the youth of the country constitute perhaps one of the most encouraging aspects f f the arduous task of reconstruction that is being carried out in the

Cloth Dealers Fined $750 Each For Profiteering [ARTICLE]

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Cloth Dealers Fined $750 Each For Profiteering CONVICTED for profiteering, H. M. Chotrani, the assistant manager of a piecegoods firm in North Bridge Road, was fined $750, cr seven months' rigorous imprisonment in default, in the Criminal District Court on Saturday. "It is atrocious to charge $3.50 for a yard

Chungking-American Aerial Offensive Plans Frustrated [ARTICLE]

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Chungking-American Aerial Offensive Plans Frustrated FIERCE NIPPON BOMBINGS Domei SHANGHAI, Mar. 20.—Systematic bombing raids carried recently by Nippon Army planes on various Chungking air bases over far-flung areas in south-west China, have frustrated all Chungking and American attempts to launch an aerial offensive against the Nippon forces, the spokesman of

Australians Being Better Informed By Wireless [ARTICLE]

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Australians Being Better Informed By Wireless SHANGHAI, Mar. 19—In an attempt to penetrate the insulation of wax conditions between Australia and other Asiatic neighbours, the Shanghai branch of the Austral-Asiatic Association, which is engaged in the promotion of Australian-Asiatic understanding at present, will daily broadcast a program of news commentaries,

Measures To Reconstruct Southern Regions [ARTICLE]

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Measures To Reconstruct Southern Regions Domei. TOKYO, Mar. 20—Scientific and technical measures to be carried out in future for the reconstruction ol the Southern Regions, were discussed yesterday at a round-table conference, attended by about 150 prominent officials of the Board of Technology and interested organizations, at Dai Toa Kaikan.

Plane Breaks In Two And Crashes [ARTICLE]

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Plane Breaks In Two And Crashes Dotnei LISBON, Mar. IS>. -A Douglas airliner, which teas en route to Sydney from Melbourne, crashed near Sydney yesterday morning Engine trouble caused the crash tchich broke the plane in half. It is learned that Brigadier General J. W. Crawford, former Commander of the

Strengthening Of Wartime Set-Up Lauded [ARTICLE]

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Strengthening Of Wartime Set-Up Lauded TIMES COMMENTS ON LATEST MOVE Dome! TOKYO, Mar. 20- Nippon Times in an editorial welcomes the Government's establishment 0/ the three new organs -Cabinet Advisory System, New Wartime Economic Council and Administrative Supervisory System —which will help increase the nations fighting power through the perfection

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PUBLIC NOTICES TOKUBETU SI NOTICE NO. 191 IT IS HEREBY NOTIFIED that all Putsu Ko Gakko will re-open after the vacation on Apr. 1, 2603. This will be the beginning of the school year. Parents are asked to register {new pupils at their nearest Gakko [from March 25th to 31st

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TOKI BETI SI NOTICE NO. 199. Be: Students wanted for .«-hniral Training School for aeropUnc wsik* (Second Groupt IT IS HKRF.BY NOTIFIED that students for the Technical Training School for Aeroplane Works situated vthe Junction of Ka.i«ujg Road ar.d Geylang Road, the former Happy World, opening from Ist April Syowa

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WANTED TO RENT or buy compound houses, i odern sanitation, either in groups or paratr>i>. within three or four miles of town Rooms also required in hou-r-j with modern sanitation bj paring guests. Inquire personally from Editor. Syonan Sinbun, Cecil Street, or Editor, Syonan Sinbun-sha, Robinson Road. WANTED URGENTLY—:", Die.vfl

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Radio Nippon-Go Lesson No. 28 -V TODAY we continue on the radio to give you some more examples. 1. Anohito «a asoko dc nani o shite imasu ka?—What is that man doing there? 2. Anohito wa tsuii o shite imasu. —He is fishing. 3. Ah, dan dan kuraku narima&hita ne.—Ah!

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MONDAY 6 p.m. music: 6.20 p.m. news in Nppon language; 6.30 p.m. Chinese Children's Hour; 6.50 p.m. Malai music; 7.20 p.m. news in Malai; 7.35 p.m. Chinese music; 7.45 p.m. reading in Chinese; 8 p.m. news in Cantonese; 8.15 p.m. news in Hokkien; 8.30 p.m. Glimpses of ITippon; 8.40 p.m.