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Syonan Shimbun, 4 June 1943

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The Synan Sinbun Office 140/146 Cecil Street, Syonan. Telephone So. 5471. NO. 153 FRIDAY. JUNE 4. KOKI 2603. SyOWA 18 SEVEN CENTS

Cores Of Rot' In United States [ARTICLE]

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Cores Of Rot' In United States (P/?&H6O*A THERE is something more fchan a little core of rot' behind the serious labour troubles which are increasing In the United States and affecting the anti-Axis war effort to a greater extent than Ithey would like the outside (world to know. However, the

Malai-Sumatra Rubber Production To Be Placed Oi Fill War Footing [ARTICLE]

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Malai-Sumatra Rubber Production To Be Placed Oi Fill War Footing IT IS REVEALED that to rationalize farther the management of rubber plantations in Malai and Sumatra so that production in these areas, which account for more than 80 per cent, of world production, may be fully on a war footing,

British War Losses Grossly Distorted [ARTICLE]

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British War Losses Grossly Distorted DISCREPANCIES POINTED OUT Domei. TOKYO. June 3—British casualty figures during the three years since the outbreak of the European war announced by Deputy Prime Minister Clement Attlee to the House cf Commons on June 1 have grossly been distorted in order to lessen discontent among

'Nippon Will Rescue Indian? From British'—Belief Fast Spreading Throughout India [ARTICLE]

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'Nippon Will Rescue Indian? From British '—Belief Fast Spreading Throughout India Domel. MADRID, Jane 2.—With British influence in India rapidly declining the masses there are beginning to realise the power and sincerity of Nippon and are becoming more pro-Nippon, declares a Turkish journalist who recently toured India at the invitation

POPE DENOUNCES ANTI-AXIS CAMP [ARTICLE]

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POPE DENOUNCES ANTI-AXIS CAMP Inhuman Methods Of Warfare Oomel ROME, June 2.—Grave warning against anti-Axis inhuman methods cf warfare was issued today by His Holiness Pope Pius XII at a meeting held on the fourth anniversary of his ascension to the Papal Throne, which was attended by 19 Cardinals. World

Nippon Newspaper Being Published At Padang [ARTICLE]

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Nippon Newspaper Being Published At Padang DoaneL MEDAN, June 3.—lt is disclosed that a new Nippon dally newspaper, called the Sumatra Shimbun, is being published at Padang on the west coast of Sumatra beginning from June 8 by the Syonan Slnbun Kal. The Syonan Slnbun Sal, publishers of the new

Chinese, Manshukoku Decorations For Fleet Admiral Handed Over [ARTICLE]

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Chinese, Manshukoku Decorations For Fleet Admiral Handed Over TOKYO, June 3—Ambassador Tsai Pei of the National Government of China, accompanied by members of his staff, this afternoon called at Kaigun-sho (Navy Ministry) and delivered to the Kaigun Daijin (Navy Minister) Admiral Shigetaro Shimada the Special Order of Tung Kwang, China's

Coal Strike In United States Reaches Serious Stage: Miners, Operators Drop Negotiations [ARTICLE]

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Coal Strike In United States Reaches Serious Stage: Miners, Operators Drop Negotiations Dome! LISBON, June 2.—The United States coal strike situation reached a most serious stage today when the War Labour Board announced the termination of all negotiations between operators and mine workers on issues which had been referred and

Reds Repulsed With Heavy Casualties [ARTICLE]

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Reds Repulsed With Heavy Casualties MOVE TOWARDS KUBAN FOILED Desnel LISBON, June 2.—The Eastern Soviet front saw livelier activities yesterday as the Soviets approached Kuban bridgehead with strong forces, supported by tanks and battle planes, the German communique stated, adding that in the heavy fighting all Soviet attempts to pierce

Potential Leaders Get Preliminary Training In Syonan [ARTICLE]

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Potential Leaders Get Preliminary Training In Syonan THIRTY-THREE potential leaders of Ifalai and Sumatra are undergoing an intensive course of instruction and mental and physical training at Woodsville In Upper Serangoon Road, Syonan, preparatory to sitting for the final examination for a threeyear course of further studies in Nippon for

YamazakVs Son Out To Avenge Father's Death [ARTICLE]

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YamazakVs Son Out To Avenge Father's Death MM TOKYO, June 3.—Yasuyuku Yamazaki, 19-year-old second son of Colonel Yasuyo V-'ran-zaki who Tell together with all his 2,000 men in the valiant defence of Attu Island against the American invaders, has volunteered for, and successfully entered, the Army Air Corps Training School,

'Nippon Stronger Than Ever, 'SaysSwissWriter [ARTICLE]

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'Nippon Stronger Than Ever, 'SaysSwissWriter DomeL ZURICH, June 2—Under the title "What is Nippon Preparing?" the Gazette De Lausanne has front-paged an article signed by Jacques Aubert, who concluded a review of the situation in Toa (East Asia) with the assertion that Nippon is "stronger than ever; this fact is

Anglo-Americans Have Lost 32,000,000 Tons Of Shipping To Date: Figures Disclosed [ARTICLE]

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Anglo-Americans Have Lost 32,000,000 Tons Of Shipping To Date: Figures Disclosed Dewel. BERLIN, June 2.—lt is learned that the loss by Britain and the United States of 32,000,090 cross tons of shipping since the outbreak of the war amounted to more than the tonnage of their combined merchant fleets at

ENEMY CIRCLES VOICE GREAT ADMIRATION FOR NIPPON FIGHTING SPIRIT [ARTICLE]

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ENEMY CIRCLES VOICE GREAT ADMIRATION FOR NIPPON FIGHTING SPIRIT DomeL STOCKHOLM, June 2.—The indomitable fighting spirit of the 2,000 Nippon soldiers stationed in Attu Island, who fought to the last man against American forces, 10 times larger, continues to evoke admiration not only from neutral but enemy circles. The bravery

Syonan Mourns For Yamamoto Tomorrow [ARTICLE]

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Syonan Mourns For Yamamoto Tomorrow AS A MARK of respect, the people of Syonan will observe mourning tomorrow, the date set for the State funeral of Fleet Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, former Camman-der-in-C hicf of the Combined Fleet of the Imperial Navy, who met gallant death whil? in action in the

Postal Savings Posters And Slogans Invited [ARTICLE]

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Postal Savings Posters And Slogans Invited ENTRIES CLOSE ON JULY 30 POSTERS designed with the object of instilling a sens^ of iruraliiy into the minds o: the people of Malai. thus encouraging postal savings, arc invited by the pcstal authorities v.ho ar? holding a contest. Slogans are also i invited.

Lisbon Maru Skipper Lauded For Heroism: Rescued Prisoners [ARTICLE]

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Lisbon Maru Skipper Lauded For Heroism: Rescued Prisoners Doom! TOKYO, June 3.—The hereto action of Captain Shigcru Kyoda, of the ill-fated Lisbon Maru. an N.Y.K. liner which sank in the eastern China Sea last October after receiving several torpedo hits released by an enemy submarine, at the time she was

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FURTHER DONATIONS to the Nippon Red Cross Fund have been received by the Syonan Sinbun (English Edition). They are fromStanley it Co.. 107 North Bridge Road, Syonan $100.00 Staff. Miyako. Setehin and Ral Byoln, Syonan $272.96 $372.96 Previously acknowledged $26,777.37 Total to elate $27,150.33

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Ichang Heralds Complete Defeat Of Chiang's Forces [ARTICLE]

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Ichang Heralds Complete Defeat Of Chiang 's Forces Dosnei. TOKYO, June 2. —Commenting on the official announcement of offensive operations by the Imperial forces in the sectcr opposite Ichang. military observers here pointed out that this is the lirst time that our forces have launched attacks against the Chungking forces

S.S.A. Clubhouse Will Be Closed Tomorrow [ARTICLE]

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S.S.A. Clubhouse Will Be Closed Tomorrow AS A MARK of respect, the occasion being the State funeral of Fleet Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, the clubhouse of the Syonan Sports Association will be closed tomorrow. The soccer league match between Kadir's XI and Potong Pa: ix XI scheduled tomorrow has been postponed,

China Will Join Nippon In Mourning Admiral [ARTICLE]

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China Will Join Nippon In Mourning Admiral Dcmei NANKING. June 2.—China as a sister nation of Nippon in the Dai To a Kyoeiken will join in the mourning on June 5. the day cf the State Funeral of Fleet Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto. All government offices, schools and commercial concerns in

U.S. Senate Hears Details Of Nippon Attacks On Coast [ARTICLE]

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U.S. Senate Hears Details Of Nippon Attacks On Coast DomeL BUENOS AIRES, June 2-Alleg-ed "details" of three separate Nippon attacks on the United States West Ccast. two reportedly by aircraft operating from submarines and one by a submarine, have been given to the Senate Appropriations Sub-Committee by Forest Service officials,

Huge Exports Cause Famine In India [ARTICLE]

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Huge Exports Cause Famine In India Dome!. LISBON, May 31.—Virtual admission that th 3 Indian famine is due to large experts oX food grains, including wheat from India, was seen when the Indian Government yesterday issued a statement revealing that exports of padi, rice and rice flour amounted to 253.500

Isolationists Attack British Food Plan [ARTICLE]

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Isolationists Attack British Food Plan Dome. LISBON, May 31—A report from New York states that the plan put forward at Hotsprlngs by the British for an international agency to control buying and distribution of food after the war is being violently attacked by Isolationists. Today Hearst's journal, American, j raid

No Greater Glory Than That Achieved By Attu Garrison [ARTICLE]

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No Greater Glory Than That Achieved By Attu Garrison GLOWING SHANGHAI TRIBUTE DomeL SHANGHAI, June 2.—There is something awe-inspiring about the heroism of the fighting men of Nippon thai transcends anything else that has developed since the war began. There hive been epics of courage and devotion to duty on

Natuna Islands Explored, People Peaceful, Happy [ARTICLE]

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Natuna Islands Explored, People Peaceful, Happy Domei. KUCHING. June I.—A party of 38 men headed by Major-General Yoshinobu Manakl of the North Borneo Gunsei (Military Administration) has just completed an exploration survey of Nat una Islands, lying in the south-west-ern part cf the South China Seas, at three degrees five

U.S. Coal Miners' Strike Expected To Be Protracted [ARTICLE]

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U.S. Coal Miners' Strike Expected To Be Protracted DwneL BUENOS AIRES, June 2—FearIng a protracted strike of coal miners, Government officials have made ready an order for sharper reduction cf train travel and a nation-wide dim-out, according to a report from Washington. Drastic action by the Government is also considered

Chinese Gaoled For Extortion, Police Supervision To Follow [ARTICLE]

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Chinese Gaoled For Extortion, Police Supervision To Follow CONVICTED on charges of extorticn. a Hokien, Lim Chong Chuan was sentenced to four years' rigorous imprisonment and 24 strokes of the rotan in the Sycnan Keizi Tihohoin yesterday. It was alleged that between Mar. 17 and Apr. 16, Lim Chong Chuan,

Syonan Indians To Honour Avenger Of Jallianwala Bagh [ARTICLE]

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Syonan Indians To Honour Avenger Of Jallianwala Bagh ONE of the outstanding landmarks In the Indian uprising against British oppression will be commemorated by Indians in Malai on June 13 which marks the third anniversary of the execution by the British of the 95--year old Indian patriot, Udhara Singh, who

Chungking Forces Suffered Staggering Losses In May [ARTICLE]

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Chungking Forces Suffered Staggering Losses In May WAR OPERATIONS REVIEWED DomeL TOKYO, June 3.—ln devastating operations staged from early May to date, from the west of Tungting Lake extending from Northern Hunan to Southern Hupeh Provinces, the Imperial Forces in Central China have again scored brilliant war results with Chungking

Third Of Chiang's 10th Group Army Reported Smashed [ARTICLE]

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Third Of Chiang's 10th Group Army Reported Smashed OomeL TOKYO, June 2.- In sweeping operations launched from eariy May up to date in the vast areas west of Tungting Lake, the Nippen forces reduced Kungan; Tsingshin and Kihsien in northern Hunan Province and Changyang. Yuyangkw&n, Sinan and Muchiachi in southern

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DREW RECORD CROWDS "THE OPIUM WAR.' a $1,000,003. film, now showing at the Kyo-o i Gekijo, la the greatest public attraction in Syonan yet and drew recor J crowds to all shows yesterday. Based on the sequence of events that immediately preceded the annexation of Hongkong by the British, thk

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR EMPLOYMENT Will those Straits-Born male Cliine3C between the ages of 18 and 30 who are seeking employment, kindly call at our Office, No. 19-C, Cecil Street, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 12 noon and 2 pm. and 4 p.m. T.T. up to June 15. 2603. OVERSEA

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TODAY'S PROGRAM 6 p.m. music; 6.30 p.m. news In Nippon language for beginners; 6.30 p.m. Mala: Children's Hour; 6.50 p-m. pJay by Telok Kurau Boys' School; 7.20 p.m. news in Malai; 735 p.nc. Peking selections; 7.45 p.m. reading in Chinese, 8 p.m. news in Cantonese 6.15 pm. news in HokWien.

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Radio Nippon-Go Lesson No. 91 1 HERE are further conversational sentences: 1. Nippon-jin wa nani o Uukatte tabemasu ka?—What do Nlpponiin eat with? 2. Ohnshi de übemaau— They eat with chopsticks. 3. Watashl wa naifu ya hoku de Tabemasa—l eat with a knife and fork. 4. So dcsM ka. Anata