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Syonan Shimbun, 21 June 1943

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The Syonan Sin bun Office 140/146 Cecil Street, Syonan. Telephone No. 5471. NO. 167 MONDAY, JUNE 21. KOKI 2603, 9YOVVA 18 SEVEN CENTS

TENNO HEIKA GRANTS AUDIENCE TO LEADERS OF GOVERNMENT [ARTICLE]

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TENNO HEIKA GRANTS AUDIENCE TO LEADERS OF GOVERNMENT Domei TOKYO, June 19—Tenno Heika has graciously granted an audience to Cabinet and Diet official members in recognition of their efficient services during the 82nd Extraordinary Session of the Imperial Diet. Those honoured with audience included Premier Tojo, Tadahiko Okada and Sakusaburo

India Ripe For Rebellion [ARTICLE]

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India Ripe For Rebellion r i IN the course of his momentous speech at the Extraordinary Session of the Imperial Diet, reported In last Thursday's issue of the Syonan Sinbun, Premier General Hideki Tojo, reviewing the general world situation, said in regard to India: "Nippon is firmly resolved to exhaust

CHANDRA BOSE COMING TO NAMPO TO TAKE ACTIVE PART IN INDIAN INDEPENDENCE MOVE [ARTICLE]

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CHANDRA BOSE COMING TO NAMPO TO TAKE ACTIVE PART IN INDIAN INDEPENDENCE MOVE Announcement Of Arrival In Tokyo Signal Of Victory SUBHAS Chandra Bose is soon coming to Narapo (Southern Regions) to take an active part in the front line of the Indian Independence movement in Toa (East Asia), the

HOSE'S RADIO TALK TO BE RELAYED [ARTICLE]

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HOSE'S RADIO TALK TO BE RELAYED SYONAN RADIO will relay a broadcast in English from Tokyo Radio by Subhas Chandra Boso at 10.30 o'clock tonight. The relay will be heard on 225 metres. Premier Tojo has reaffirmed the pledge of all-out Nippon aid in India's fight against the Anglo-Americans and

India Will Win Freedom By Fighting [ARTICLE]

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India Will Win Freedom By Fighting Dome! TOKYO, June 19. Subhas Chandra Bose, th« Indian nationalist leader, at a Press interview here today, declared that India will attain its independence "through civil disobedience side-by-side with armed struggle, but civil disobedience alcne is not enough to pull down Britain and in

U.S. Coal Strike Spreads: Wage DisputeGoesOn [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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U.S. Coal Strike Spreads: Wage DisputeGoesOn Dome! BUENOS AIRES, June 19.—Indicating that th? stoppage of coal-mining in the United States is ready to assume unprecedented proportions, it is reported from New York that another stoppage occurred at three Alabama coalfields when workers failed to shew up with the end of

Subhas Chandra Bose's "Participation In Indian Freedom Movement Widely Acclaimed In Toa, Berlin, Rome [ARTICLE]

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Subhas Chandra Bose's "Participation In Indian Freedom Movement Widely Acclaimed In Toa, Berlin, Rome Domei TOKYO, June 20.—The Nippon nation is happy to bid Subhas Chandra Bose cordial welcome for he is a man whose record of life is such as to "cemmand the respect of true Orientals," says Nippon

PREMIER TOJO REAFFIRMS NIPPON'S DETERMINATION TO CRUSH U.S., BRITAIN [ARTICLE]

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PREMIER TOJO REAFFIRMS NIPPON'S DETERMINATION TO CRUSH U.S., BRITAIN RESOLVE TRANSLATED INTO ACTION IN AIR RAW ON NEW GUINEA DomH TOKYO, June 19.—Premier Gen. Hideki Tojo in a verbal statement issued this afternoon marking the close of the Imperial Diet declared: "Now that Nippon's world policy and her concrete measures

Trouble Brewing In British Home Front: LabourDisirustReds [ARTICLE]

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Trouble Brewing In British Home Front: LabourDisirustReds Dome! LISBON, June 18. Brewing trouble in the British heme front was revealed when Herbert Morrison, British Home Secretary, and one of the leaders of the Labour Party, issued a statement giving reasons fcr distrusting the application of the British Communists for affiliation

ReaffirmsPledgeToWork For National Government [ARTICLE]

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ReaffirmsPledgeToWork For National Government Domel. NANKING, June 19.—Firm resolve to devote his future life to support cf the National Government of China under President Wang Ching-wei was expressed by Gen. Pang Ping-hsun in a statement here today. Gen. Pang said during his visit to Nanking (since June 16) he had

Anti-AxisShips Being Sunk At Steady Pace [ARTICLE]

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Anti-AxisShips Being Sunk At Steady Pace WIDESPREAD AXIS AIR ACTIVITIES Domei LISBON, June 19—Axis planes, ranging over the expanse of the Mediterranean, are taking increasing toll of anti-Axis merchantships as there is not one day without reports cf sinking or damaging of British and American vessels. The official Italian war

$]17 Donated To Chyureilo Fund [ARTICLE]

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$]17 Donated To Chyureilo Fund THE SYONAN SINBUN Engllsn Edition) acknowledges receipt of $117.90 being a contribution to the Chyureito Funa made by the old Kenkyu Ka students of the Syonan Honganji Gakko conducted by the Rev. T. Okomoto. Mr. N. V. D. Menon, in forwarding the contribution to the

Indians To Express GrcUitude To Nippon [ARTICLE]

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Indians To Express GrcUitude To Nippon INDIANS throughout Toa will express their deep sense of appreciation and gratitude to Nippon for Premier Tojo's categoiial reaffirmation cf all-out aid to India to expel the Anglo-Americana and attain full independence in the true sense of the term. Mass meetings of Indian- in

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'indiaWillNot Be Deceived Again '—Bose [ARTICLE]

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'indiaWillNot Be Deceived Again '—Bose SHOULD FIGHT BRITAIN, U.S. Domei TOKYO. June 19—Subhas Chandra Bose, patriot and leader of the Indian Independence Movement now in Nippon after momentous trip from Germany, statemented to the Press at 2 p.m. that not only the overwhelming majority of the Indian people desire to

DAWN OF FREEDOM [ARTICLE]

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DAWN OF FREEDOM The hour for the "dawn of freedom" has now struck, Mr. Bose said, declaring that the leaders are determined to make the fullest use of this opportunity which will never ccme again for another 100 years. Indian sympathy lies with those Powers that stand for a change

WARTIME TRANSPORTATION [ARTICLE]

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WARTIME TRANSPORTATION OomeL PEKING. June 17.—1n order to consolidate the wartime transportation structure, the Nippon Ambassadorial Office here this morning called a meeting of the authorities concerned at the Asia Development Hall to formulate a plan to bolster coastwise transportation between the mi)f of Pechili and the Yellow Sea.

GUNJIN'S DESIRE [ARTICLE]

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GUNJIN'S DESIRE Aboard the train, your correspondent came across a young Nippon Lieutenant with a "cute" tiny moustache. He said that he was called up to the colours in Chiamassu. Manshukoku, several years ago while working in a colliery belonging to the Manshu Tanko K. K. Told that your correspondent

'Labour Service' Keynote Among Kedah Peasantry [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'Labour Service' Keynote Among Kedah Peasantry GREAT AGRICULTURAL PROGRESS BY NOBORU HIDA&A Syonan Sinbuu Staff Cot respondent "WHENEVER he has time to spare, our Governor, Major-Gen-eral Seiji Sukegawa, goes out to fields and he is personally engaged in farm work. Now and then we even see the Governor busying himself

nampo news [ARTICLE]

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nampo news &&UiCl EXCITEMENT rose to fever pitch In Syonan as news broke hera of the arrival in Tokyo of the great Indian leader. Subhas Chandra Boce, to lead the Independence Movement in Tea, says Domel. Mr. Bose's arrival and the great fillip it would give the Independence Movement here

Government's Attitude Towards Toa Nations Clarified By Premier [ARTICLE]

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Government's Attitude Towards Toa Nations Clarified By Premier DIPLOMATIC POLICY ENUNCIATED Domel TOKYO, June 19.—The three-day 82nd Extraordinary Diet Session, the closing ceremonies of which were held this morningr, accomplished the important mission of clarifying Nippon's policy for the construction of Dai Toa and approving bills for augmentation of Nippon's

More Help For China Foreseen [ARTICLE]

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More Help For China Foreseen DomeL TOKYO, June 17. Premier To Jo's declaration made during the course of his speech yesterday that Nippon will extend more positive support to China through fundamental revisions of existing Sino-Nippon treaties Is regarded by political observers here as indicative of Nippon's determination to carry

Co-operative Spirit In Nampo Futhered [ARTICLE]

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Co-operative Spirit In Nampo Futhered DomeL TOKYO, June 17.—A big step forward was made towards the realisation cf the Empire's ideal of building a Kyoeiken when Premier Tojo declared yesterday in his address at the Diet Session that the inhabitants of Nampo will have a voice in the Administration within

DEATH [ARTICLE]

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DEATH ANG.-Mr. Ang Boon Poh raged 55) pa- sod away peacefully at 412-H, Ylo Chu Kang Road, at 5 a.m. to-day. Funeral will take place today at 630 p.m. (T.T) at Bldadari.

Tojo Vows To Fight War To Final Victory [ARTICLE]

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Tojo Vows To Fight War To Final Victory k t* Domel TOKYO, June 18— Replying *o the resolution to* annihilate Britain and the United States, representing the unanimous will of the 100 million people of Nippon, which was passed by the House of Representatives this afternoon, Premier Tojo. according to

Amateur Boxers Training Hard For S.S.A. Tournament [ARTICLE]

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Amateur Boxers Training Hard For S.S.A. Tournament THE TRAINING of boxers who are to compete in the forthcoming S.S.A. amateur tournament, has reached an important and interesting stage. For the past two weeks, crowds have been watching the competitors' workout. The boys are shaping very well and since last Tuesday

Selangor Beats SyonanInInter-State Boxing [ARTICLE]

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Selangor Beats Syonan InInterState Boxing RIVAL CAPTAINS THRILL CROWD ALTHOUGH Tommy Carrie, captain of the Syonan bcxing team, lost his fifteen round battle to Joe Diamond, captain of the Selangor team, in the inter-State bcxing matches at the Great World arena on Saturday night, he won the admiration of the

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Radio Nippon-Go Lesson No. 104 L I MR. KATO and Mr. All are talking about habits of people:— 1. Hlto wa iro iro no kuse o motte imasu.—Men have many habits. 2. Nippon de wa hakutte nana kus« to limasu—They say that in Nippon everyone has at least seven habits.

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TODAY'S PROGRAM 6 p.m. music; 6.30 p.m. Nippon language news for beginners: 6.30 p.m. Nippon melodies; 6.50 pan. Malai talk; 7 p.m. Malai music; 7.15 p.m. following week's Malai programs; 7.20 p.m. news in Malai; 7.35 p.m. Cantonese music; 7.45 p.m. reading in Chinese; 8 p.m. news in Cantonese; 8.15