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Syonan Shimbun, 4 October 1943

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The Syonan Sinbun Office 140/146 Cecil Street, Syonan. Telephone ISo. 5471* NO. 25© MONDAY. OCTOBER 4. KOKI 2603. SYOWA 18 SEVEN CENTS

Doughboys Said Weary Of War: 'Want To Go Home' [ARTICLE]

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Doughboys Said Weary Of War: 'Want To Go Home' Dmiim. BUENOS AIRES. Oct. 2.— "American Servicemen fighting overseas want to go home." This report was brought back to Washington by United States Senate War Inspection Committee who had just returned to the American capital from a tour of world battlefronts.

U.S. Fighters Downed [ARTICLE]

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U.S. Fighters Downed HANOI, Oct. 2.—French Indochina authorities today announced the civilian casualties suffered during an air raid on Haiphong by the United States Army Air Force which came over in two formattont on the afternoon cf Oct. l. The announcement added that four United States fighters were shot down

Opinion [ARTICLE]

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Opinion Attainment Of Self-Sufficiency THE JIKATSU Kyorei Kan (Self-Sufficiency Hall) has opened for public inspection at the Great World Amusement Park for some time now, and those who have visited the Hall are unanimous in their view that those responsible for the exhibition have scored a great success not only

'Enemy Being Smashed Relentlessly On All Sides' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'Enemy Being Smashed Relentlessly On All Sides' NipponDeterminedTo FightWarTo Victorious Close, Declares Tojo FILIPINO LEADERS FETED TOKYO, Oct. 2.—" Nippon is determined to fight out this war to a victorious close and to th« bitter end if need be, in order to eradicate once and for all time the evil

NEW MINISTRIES BEINC CREATED [ARTICLE]

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NEW MINISTRIES BEINC CREATED Joho Kyoku Announcement DmuL "^THTtWPn* ■Titf vono Kyoku OJcaxd «t«IM>U(m) this afternoon hmbM the Governmisnt's decision to create firstly tfae Ncsho Sbo (Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce) and secondly, the Unyu-Tsushin Sho (Ministry of Transportation and Communications) by merging the Tetsudo Sho and Teishin Sho (Railways

'OUR GRATITUDE KNOWS NO BOUNDS' LAUREL DECLARES [ARTICLE]

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'OUR GRATITUDE KNOWS NO BOUNDS' LAUREL DECLARES Domel TOKYO, Oct. 2—Declaring that "independ nee has been our hope and dream for centuries," Dr. Jose P- Laurel, President-Elect of the forthcoming Republic of the Philippines, in a statement to the Press today stated: "Now as we are about to receive our

Filipinos To Create Own Army To Defend Country, Says Laurel [ARTICLE]

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Filipinos To Create Own Army To Defend Country, Says Laurel FIRST PRESS CONFERENCE Bomel TOKYO, Oct. 2.—-" This Government of the Republic of the Philippines is sovereign; the other i$ not," declared Dr. Jose P. Laurel, President-Elect of the Philippines, in a historical first meeting today with foreign correspondents on

'Heavy, Bloody Losses' Inflicted On Enemy In Island Of Corsica [ARTICLE]

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'Heavy, Bloody Losses' Inflicted On Enemy In Island Of Corsica LISBON, Oct. 3.—ln northern Corsica, Reich troops repulsed attacks by Badoglio troops, bandits and De Gaullist Moroccoan battalions, and in counterattacks inflicted heavy, bloody losses on the enemy. There has been, only slight fighting activity on the south- em Italian

U.S. Inflation War [ARTICLE]

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U.S. Inflation War Desaef. LISBON, Oct. 2.—Speaking from V. ashlngton on a nation-wide broadcast on the occasion of the first anniversary of the Economic Stabilisation Act. Director Fred Venson warned the nation that the battle against inflation was not yet won. He asserted that although prices and wages had been

3 Destroyers, Six Merchantmen Sank In Atlantic [ARTICLE]

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3 Destroyers, Six Merchantmen Sank In Atlantic D«mei. BUENOS AIRES, Oct. I— It is learned that Canadian destroyer "Croix", British destroyers "Dorvette" and ••Polyanthus" as well as more than six merchantmen were sunk by a submarine recently in a North Atlantic convoy attack. The attack was the hottest In two

British Strikers Get Ultimatum [ARTICLE]

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British Strikers Get Ultimatum D«mei LISBON, Oct. 2. Declaring from London that their walk-out was Impeding war effort and endangering the lives of British fighting men, Labour Minister Ernest Bevin served an ultimatum on 19,000 striking VickersArmstrong workers by demanding their immediate return to their Jobs. Bevin's action came as

En Route Home [ARTICLE]

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En Route Home Domri. TOKYO. Oct. 3.—Completing their piogram here, Jose P. Laurel. Chairman of the Preparatory Committee for Philippines Independence, and his party are expected to leave Tokyo tomorrow morning for Kansai district en route back to Manila. It is understood that .during their tour of Kansai. they will

Song Recitals To Be Given At Kyoei Gekijo [ARTICLE]

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Song Recitals To Be Given At Kyoei Gekijo AKIRA MATSUDAIRA and Shunji Yamamoto, two wellknown Nippon artistes, will give recitals of Nippon songs at 1 p.m. and 4.30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 6, at the Kyoei Gekijo. The recitals will b« open to the public without admission charge.

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Honours Four Malai Sultans [ARTICLE]

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Honours Four Malai Sultans mmmm. TOKYO, Oct. I—Teitno ffeika yesterday confer red the Third Class Order of the Sacred Treasure on four Sultans in Malai, namely, Sultan Ismail of Kelantan, Sultan Ali of Trengganu, Sultan Badlisha of Kedah. and Raja Syed Hamzah of Perlis.

Congratulates Franco [ARTICLE]

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Congratulates Franco Yonno Heika sent a telegraphic message of congratulation t > Premier Gen. Francisco Franco, of the Spanish Government on the occasion of the latter* assumption as Head of State.

Decorates Filipinos [ARTICLE]

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Decorates Filipinos Tenno Heika this morning granted high Nippon decorations to Jose P. Laurel, Jorge B. Vargas and Benignos Aquino who are now visiting here. Both Jose P. Laurel and Jorge B. Vargas received the First Order ol Merit with the Grand Cordon of the Rising Sun, while Benignos Aquino

Grants Audience To Filipino Chiefs [ARTICLE]

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Grants Audience To Filipino Chiefs Domei TOKYO, Oct. 2— Tenno Heika this morning granted individual audiences to Dr. Jose P. Laurel, Chairman of the Preparatory Committee for Philippines Independence and Commissioner of the Interior, Jorge B. Vargas, Chairman of the Philippines Executive Commission, and Bonignos Aquino, ViceChairman of the Preparatory

Citations Given For Heroism [ARTICLE]

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Citations Given For Heroism TOKYO, Oct. 2—The Riku-eun-sho (War Ministry) today at 4 p.m. announced that two citations have been granted by the Army Commander to Lieutenant Toichi Wakabayashi who, since May £601, gallantly fought as Company Commander of the Doi I nit and then later of the Suemura Unit

AUSTRALIAN MANPOWER DEARTH EXPOSED [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN MANPOWER DEARTH EXPOSED Homei. LISBON, Oct. I—Australia's sorely pressing need for manpower is forcing Government to comprehensively reconsider the reorganization of its war effort according to an address in Canberra by Governor-General Lord Gowrie before the opening session of the 70th Parliament on Sept 24 Gowrie also said that

U.S. Attitude Toward Indian Question Roundly Denounced [ARTICLE]

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U.S. Attitude Toward Indian Question Roundly Denounced NIPPON CHRISTIAN LEADER'S VIEWS DoueL TOKYO. Oct. I.—Taking the occasion of the 75th birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, Doctor Toyohiko Kagawa, noted Nippon Christian leader, and friend of Gandhi, declared in an interview that the liberation of Mother India, for which the Mahatma has

Bernal Gets Points' Win Over Mortell [ARTICLE]

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Bernal Gets Points' Win Over Mortell FRESH FROM his recent victories upcountry, Little Bcrnal (115 ft lb.) further enhanced his reputation by wresting a. points decision from Johnny Mortell (121 lb.) over ten rounds at the Great World Arena Saturday night. This is incidentally the first time that Bernal has

Syonan Rugby, Soccer, Hockey Arrangements [ARTICLE]

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Syonan Rugby, Soccer, Hockey Arrangements RUGBY practices for S.S.A. members will be held at Jalan Besar Stadium on Wednesdays and Sundays prefatory to holding a competition in the near future. Soccer matches in connection with the competition for the Okamoto Cup will be held at the Stadium on Tuesdayand Thursdays:.

Harrioian New U.S. Envoy To Soviet Union [ARTICLE]

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Harrioian New U.S. Envoy To Soviet Union LISBON, Oct. l— It is reported from Washington that it was officially announced today that AveriU Harrirr.an has been appointed new United States Ambaasador to the Soviet Union. U «v atoo revealed that RearAdmlna WHltain Stacdley resigned hfc Moscow post because of "poor

Musical Treat At Kokaido To Be Repeated Oct. 15 [ARTICLE]

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Musical Treat At Kokaido To Be Repeated Oct. 15 Zaida Webb. MUBIC lovers were entertained to the choicest selections in the musical firmament when a grand Beethoven Recital sponsored by the Syonan Tokubetu-Si was presented at the Syonan Kokaido on Friday. Magiiif ie t ntly rendered by Th," Syonan Symphonic

DEATH [ARTICLE]

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DEATH Mr. NG CHOON CHIANG passed away peacefully at 6.45 pm (T.T.) on 28th September, 260* at the age of 71, at No. 34. Nortn Canal Road. He leaves behind his beloved wife (Madam Sim Gek Keow), four sons <En§ Kiat, Eng Kwang, Eng Son<*, Eng Lim), seven daught?r<-in-law, three

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NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that a Demand Draft No. 11/372 issued by the Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation, Ltd., Syonan, en their Malacca Branch, favouring HENG HUAT, 101 Heeren Street, for $10,000 dated 25-9-2603 has been reported lest or stolen. The Public is hereby warned against negotiation of same. TRENCHES ALL

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TOIIAY'S MMJf.KAM pjn. music; 6.30 p.m. Nippon language news for beginners; 6.90 p.m. Nippon melodies; 6.50 p.m. Malai music; T. 15 pjn. following week's program; 7.20 p.m. news In Malai; 7.33 p.m. Hokklen selections; 8 pjn. news in Cantonese: 8.15 p.m. news in Hokkiec; 8.30 pjn. Nippon music; 8.40 pjn.