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Syonan Shimbun, 20 October 1943

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Syonan Sinbun Office 140'146 Cecil Street, Syonan. Telephone No. 5471. NO. IT3 WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 20. KOKI 2603. BYOWA 18 SEVEN CENTS

Nippon's Ci gantic Enterprise Will Be Cro wned With Success Saburo Kurusu Bares Inconsistencies In War Aims Of Anti-Axis Powers [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Nippon's Ci gantic Enterprise Will Be Cro wned With Success Saburo Kurusu Bares Inconsistencies In War Aims Of Anti-Axis Powers Domei TOKYO, Oct. 19—The heated discussion of post-war plans by the Anglo-American powers merely serves to betray their ambition to win complete world hegemony and reveals the shortcomings and inconsistencies

Cession Of Malai States To Thailand [ARTICLE]

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Cession Of Malai States To Thailand \O/?tH6O7t MALAI has now a new face '.on the map of the world due (to the extension of Thailand I boundaries to the borders of IKedah, Perils, Trengganu and ;Kelantan, where they meet the other States in the Peninsula. ►Behind Thailand's new "complexion" lies

Signing Of Nippon-Philippines Treaty [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Signing Of Nippon-Philippines Treaty The signing:1 of the Nippon- Philippines Treaty between Mr. Sh»zo Murata, Nippon Ambassador and Mr. Claro M. Recto, State Minister, on Oct. 14.

Reich Forces Score Great Gains In Italy [ARTICLE]

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Reich Forces Score Great Gains In Italy LISBON, Oct. 19.—Surprise German counter-thrusts in the Appenines area scored decisive successes for Reich arms in the battle in Italy. Strong AngleAmerican and Canadian forces were repulsed and split up at three important points, namely west of the upper course of the Vclturno

CHINESE SETS EXAMPLE OF SENSE OF GRATITUDE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CHINESE SETS EXAMPLE OF SENSE OF GRATITUDE A VERY laudable example of sense of gratitude and wholeheartedness of the Chinese community is provided by Mr. Ching Kee Sun. Council member cf the Oversea Chinese Association, Syonan, who, in spite of his mother's death on the night of Oct. 14 led,

Hainan Mopping Up [ARTICLE]

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Hainan Mopping Up Domei. HOIHOW. Oct. 19.—1t is learn xl that Nippon naval forces mopping up Chinese remnants in Hainan Island from Oct. l to Oct. 15 found 372 dead abandoned on the battlefields and, in addition, took prisoner 144, sank eight junks and captured a large number of wax

Postal Services In Kedah, Kelantan, Perils, Trengganu Being Handled By Thailand [ARTICLE]

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Postal Services In Kedah, Kelantan, Perils, Trengganu Being Handled By Thailand OWING to the cession of the four northern Malai States of Kedah, Kelantan, Perils and Trengganu, the postal services to these States will be controlled by the Thai Postal Administration with effect from Oct. 19, 2603, says an official

124 Planes Shot Down Over China, 18 Vessels Destroyed, Installations And Airfields Blasted [ARTICLE]

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124 Planes Shot Down Over China, 18 Vessels Destroyed, Installations And Airfields Blasted Domei TOKYO, Oct. 19.—Dai Honyei at 3.30 p.m. today announced the composite war results scored by the Nippon Army Air Force in China during the period between the latter part of July and early October, in which

UNIDENTIFIED PLANE SIGHTED OFF HAWAII [ARTICLE]

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UN IDENTIFIED PLANE SIGHTED OFF HAWAII Domei. LISBON, Oct 18—A report from Pearl Harbour states that a single unidentified plane was seen approaching Oahu, Hawaii, shortly after midnight last night, according: to an announcement made by Admiral Chester W. Nimitz's headquarters.

Wavell In New Delhi [ARTICLE]

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Wavell In New Delhi Doroei. LISBON. Oct. 18—Indian Viceroy, Viscount Waveli. arrived in New Delhi today according to a report received here. The arrival of the former Com-mander-in-Chief of the British forces in India was announced by a salute of 21 cms fired from the old fort in the cttjr.

NipponPlanes Take Big Toll OfFoeRaiders [ARTICLE]

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NipponPlanes Take Big Toll OfFoeRaiders Domei. p A. fI NIPpON BASE in the South Pacific, Oct. 18.—Nippon interceptcrs, with close co-operation 17 «wUH d batterie* on o?£ }ZJ^° t. dow" flye enemy raiders P ffl^S ng JS Ur 8"25s and one the en3my attempted to raid Wewak. New Guinea nr.?K

15 PLANES SHOT DOWN OVER-BOUGAINVILLE [ARTICLE]

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15 PLANES SHOT DOWN OVER-BOUGAINVILLE Domci. A NIPPON BASE in the South Pacific, Oc:. 19—Enemy attempts to raid out positions at Bougainville cost the enemy a total of 15 planes yesterday. In the morning of Oct. 18, a formation of enemy bombers and fighters numbering 78, attempted to raid oui

WarMaterials Production HitsNewHigh [ARTICLE]

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WarMaterials Production HitsNewHigh Dotnet. TOKYO, Oct. 19.—Clearly re fleeting the boosted war efforts of industrial concerns, the latest survey of the nation's production cr essential sinews of war such as iron, ste?l, coal, minerals and industrial machinery during the first half of the fiscal year ending September revealed that the

Physical' Fitness Keynote Throughout Malai Today [ARTICLE]

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Physical' Fitness Keynote Throughout Malai Today RADIO TAISO GROWING IN POPULARITY MASS callisthenics, and bodybuilding programs based on "fitness of a nation" practised extensively in modern countries such as Nippon and Germany have today been successfully introduced in all parts of Malai, says Domei. Ea Syonan lor perhaps the first

ISetc Nercsreels Have Special Interest [ARTICLE]

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ISetc Nercsreels Have Special Interest EPKIMI3 PICTURES cf Premier Gen. Hideki Tojo welcoming Thailand's courtesy mission, are shown In Nippon Newsreel No. 170, which will be screened at the Ushiho Bunka Eiga Gekijo tomorrow. Some excellent serial shcts of ihe recent bombing of MCne Bay are contained in Dai Toa

Malacca Governor 'lours North Malai, 'Well Impressed' [ARTICLE]

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Malacca Governor 'lours North Malai, 'Well Impressed' ■■•Ml MALACCA, Oct. 18—The striking industrial and agricultural progress being made in Northern Malai was disclosed by Governor Ken Tsurumi in a statement made recently on his return fix in an extensive tour of the northern States. Stating that he was "well impressed

Attempted To Export Soap Without Permit, Chinese Fined $500 [ARTICLE]

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Attempted To Export Soap Without Permit, Chinese Fined $500 FUTY cases of soap were ordered to be confiscated in the feyonan Keizi Tihohoin yesterday after a Chinese, Chua Han Pheow. had been convicted of attempting to export the commodity without a permit. The soap formed part of the cargo ef

DEATH [ARTICLE]

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DEATH Mr. UM SOO SLAM <nee Madam j f«ow Mui Hiang) passed away peacefully at No. 29, Keng Cheow Strept. Syonan-to. at 8.15 a.m. (T.T.) on Sunday Oct. 17. 2603. Funeral will take place on Oct. 23, 2603. ACKNOWLEDGMENT Mr. R. V. RAJOO and family, and also his son A.

Six-Day Philippines Assembly Session Opens [ARTICLE]

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Six-Day Philippines Assembly Session Opens MANILA, Oct. 18.—At the first national assembly of the new Republic of the Philippines to be convoked today, main items to be discussed will include four important natic rial policies, it is learned. These comprise the maintenance of peace and ord*?r. firm establishment of the

HEALTH DRIVE IN DJAWA [ARTICLE]

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HEALTH DRIVE IN DJAWA DJAKARTA, Oct 17— Members of the Youth Corps, auxiliary police eorpj and nurses an* actively participating in the health drive, throughout Djawa making a systematic tour of the various villages and disseminating health propaganda. In schools, special "health" hours have been set aside to inculcate in

Blasting Of Drysdale [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Blasting Of Drysdale Picture taken by a ffl»»w plane daring the surprise raid on the new anti-Axis airfield at Dnrsdate, Northern Australia, which was devas4»tj»gry blasted by Nipp** air units on Sept. test.

Enemy Seriously Short Of Well-Trained Pilots [ARTICLE]

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Enemy Seriously Short Of Well-Trained Pilots A DOMEI CORRESPONDENT) NOVICES PRESENT EASY PREY FOR ALERT NIPPON FIGHTERS (BY DJAKARTA, Oct. 19. —A shortage of well trained pilots and a lack of fighting spirit are two of the outstanding defects, of the enemy air force which attracted your correspondent's attention while

Paglar Cup Hockey, 18 Temns Competing [ARTICLE]

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Paglar Cup Hockey, 18 Temns Competing ALTOGETHER 18 teama— nln; in the "A Division and an equal number in the "B" Division have entered the Syonan Spcrts Association Hockey League and are now vieing with each other for the Paglar Cup. Four matches hare so far been played, and Judging

Perak,Penang Presenting Warplanes [ARTICLE]

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Perak ,Penang Presenting Warplanes CO-OP*RATION OF CHINESE SYMBOLISED Domei. IPOH, Oct. 19.—Appreciation of the gesture by the Chinese community in Perak, who have intimated their desire to donate a i substantial sum to the Govern- l ment for the purchase of fighter planes and bombers for the Imperial Forces, was

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TODAY'S PROGRAM 6 p.m. music: 620 p.m. Nippon language news for beginners; 6.30 p.m Nippon melodies: 6.50 pm. domestic talk in Malai by Che' Petum Abidm PriT-clpal of Rochore Malai Girls1 School; 7.20 p.m. news in Malai; 7.35 pro. piano interlude; 7.50 p:m. Mar.darin songs; 8 p.m. news in Cantonese:

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