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Syonan Shimbun, 2 August 1944

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The Syonan Shimbun NO. 521 WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 2. KOKI 2604, SHOWA 19 SEVEN CENTS Kwantung Army C.-i/i-C Presents Credentials Domei HSINKING. July 31—Gen. Otozo Yauiada, newly-ap-pointed Commander-in-Chief of the Kwantunr Army and concurrency Ambassador Plenipotentiary to Manshukoku, presented his credentials to Manshukoku Hotel Heika (His Malcsty the Empercr of Mpnshukoku)

EnemyForemostAirBases InKwangsiProvinceBlasted [ARTICLE]

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EnemyForemostAirBases InKwangsiProvinceBlasted Domei ON THE CHINA FRONT, Aug. 1.—Squadrons of Nippon bomber units again stnck the three frontline enemy airbases in Kwangsi Province on Monday night, Juiy 31, destroying a total of 22 enemy planes at Liuchow, Tanchuk, and Wuchow. Our bombers blasted enemy runways \nd ground installations as well,

ALL-OUT EFFORTS [ARTICLE]

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ALL-OUT EFFORTS gfgfgfgX&jc£/t<>Hat j A STUDY of (he subjects for discussion at the forthcominc meeting of the Syonan Sanji Kai clearly shews that the authorities contemplate making the fullest use of our mturnover and resources for the successful prosecution of the war. This intention should be welcomed by a'l those

Heavy Losses Inflicted On Foe In Marianas [ARTICLE]

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Heavy Losses Inflicted On Foe In Marianas Doraei TOKYO, Aug. I.—Confused fighting is taking place bstween our garrhon units and enemy forces in the southern sector of Tinian Island, while our garrison units on Rota Island are holding the enemy at bay by frustrating the enemy's attempt to effect a

Enemy Suffers Heavily In Italy [ARTICLE]

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Enemy Suffers Heavily In Italy Dnmel LISBON. July 31.—The German High Command announced that in Italy, the enemy, as a result of heavy casualties suffered, did not continue yesterday ais largescale attacks on Florence. Strong local attacks south and south-east of the city coilap^d, with heavy losses for the enemy,

Argentine Workers Hold Demonstration [ARTICLE]

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Argentine Workers Hold Demonstration Domtl LISBOV. July 31—Workers demonstrating in support of Government's forelrn policy, oaraded to the Plaza San Martin, In the precincts of the Foreign Ministry on Saturday night, shouting various patriotic slogans including "Argentina. Yes; Yankees, Xo". a dispatch from Buenos Airfs said. T'> marchers also expressed

Decorates 10 BurmeseLeaders [ARTICLE]

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Decorates 10 BurmeseLeaders I —TEMMO HESKA 1 Domei TOKYO, Aug. I.—ln consideration of their distinfuished services -endered for the promotion of closer friendship between Nippon and Burma, as well as for prosecuting the common war, TENNO lIEIKA on the occasion of the first anniversary of Burma's proclamation of independence today,

New Thai Cabinet Chief [ARTICLE]

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New Thai Cabinet Chief DumeL BANGKOK, Aug. I—The Thai Government in a radio broadcast tonight announced the appointment of Major Kovlt Abhaiwongsc as head of the new Thai Cabinet, succeeding F<el£-Mar«hal Phibun Songkhram whose Cabinet resigned en bloc late last ..io. th.

Government's Goodwill Enabled Formation Of Labour Corps [ARTICLE]

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Government's Goodwill Enabled Formation Of Labour Corps By Syonan Shimbun Staff Reporter "IN VIEW of the fact that lrbour service will be utilized for the good ol the masse* themselves, the Government, as a matter of fact, has a right to expect such service from the public," said Mr. Lim

Premier Praises Burmese For Heroic War Efforts [ARTICLE]

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Premier Praises Burmese For Heroic War Efforts TOKYO, Aug. 2. —Premier Gen. Kuniaki KO:no In a radio address yesterday evening on the occuston of Burma's Independence Day, extended heartfelt congratulations to Burma for her great achievements during tiie past le year since she gamed complete freedom from British tyranny of

Turkey Warned Against British Machinations [ARTICLE]

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Turkey Warned Against British Machinations Domei BERLIN, July 31.—Gsrman Ambassador Von Papen called on Turkish Prembr Sukru Saracoglu antf spoke to him retarding the ruriour that Turkey is intending to sever diplomatic and economic relations with Germany, according to an Ankara dispatch The Ambassador, In senous words, warred Saracogiu that

NIPPON NEWS Briefs [ARTICLE]

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NIPPON NEWS Briefs MM TOKYO, Aug. I.—The Munitions Ministry yesterday commended seven plont« fo. their exceptional'^ good production recon'.. They Include tha plants of the Nippon Seltctsu Mid those of the Nippon Steel Tube and Kawasaki Rolling Stork Company. Three Cabinet Ministers Toehlo Shtmada, Hlsatada Hlrose, and Taket~a Ogata entrained

Attractive Entertainments For Public During August [ARTICLE]

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Attractive Entertainments For Public During August FREE CINEMA SHOWS, COMPETITIONS By Svunar Shimbun Staff Reporter THE first "shots" of a film entitled "Chorus of Dai Toa will start in Syonan before Aug. 15. it was announced by an official of the Hodo-bu yesterday. This represents a part of the large

Syonan Chemical Laboratory Opened [ARTICLE]

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Syonan Chemical Laboratory Opened AMALGAMATING the former Special Municipality Chemical Labo. ratory and the Military Admintstrati- .'s Mineral Analysis Institute, the Malai Chemical Experimental Institute has now been opened at 175, Stamford Road. The new Institute, staffed with a competent body of local workers will henceforth devote itself to the

Letter To The Editor

Fight Fans No Fools [LETTER]

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Fight Fans No Fools To The Editor, Syonan Shlmbun. SIR, —I fully endorse the comments made by "A Spectator" with regard to last Saturday's boxing, and must say that his criticisms are most timely. To the Syonan Boxing Syndicate I would give this advice: "Play fair, tyou will get fair

Passive Defence Corps [LETTER]

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Passive Defence Corps KUALA LUMPUR, Aug. 1 (Domel) —A proposal to form a Passive Defence Service Corps for Kuala Lumpur in addition to the existing Medical Auxiliary Service was announced by Chou Yew Fal. commander of the Kuala Lumpur Jikeidan. at a combined meeting of the Kuala Lumpur M.A.S here

Syonan's Burmese [LETTER]

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Syonan's Burmese Syonan Shlmbun Staff Reporter SYONAN'S small community of Burmese nationals greeted the first anniversary of their country's independence yesterday with prayers for the prosperity and well-being of their homeland and with feelings of happiness and Joy. Small and widely scattered, the Burmese community in Syonan today has but

Agriculture In West Sumatra [LETTER]

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Agriculture In West Sumatra PADANG, August 1 (Domel).— The 'Grow More Food' drive In Western Sumatra Is fast reaching a new peak In view of the wholehearted co-operation of the local inhabitants. Brides farmers thomselvcs. people of varied occupa' Aus and professions such as tracers,) merchants, employees of business firms

Postal Vacancies [LETTER]

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Postal Vacancies YOUTHS between the ages of 15 and 25 years may apply for positions as clerics In the Malai Postal Service by the Malai Ounseikan-bu Yusel Kyoku, Syonan. Applicant* should be able to read and write Katakana and converse in simple Nippon-Oo and must have reached a standard equivalent

Next Batch Of Bahau Settlers Leave Aug. 20 [ARTICLE]

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Next Batch Of Bahau Settlers Leave Aug. 20 SETTLERS at Fuji Village (Bahau) have already begun to harvest their first crops of vegetables and many of ili»"m are reporter to be selling their surplus produce, profits accruing from these sales going to help in the purchase of new tools, building

Bukit Gambir Postal Agency [ARTICLE]

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Bukit Gambir Postal Agency AS FROM Saturday tiext, the Bukit Gambir Postal Agency in j Johore will be re-opened to meet J the nerds of the people oi" that district, which has recently grown Into an important food producing centre. All postal business conducted at other postal agencies will be

Penang Eurasians [ARTICLE]

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Penang Eurasians PENANG. Aug. 1 (lAjmei).—With the object of further boosting the effort* of Penang Eurasians In th* savings drive, a meeting of the Council of the Penang Eurasian Welfare Association was held last week, when ways and means for increasing the savings contribution of the community were discussed.

Late Vaithialingam Mudallar [ARTICLE]

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Late Vaithialingam Mudallar THE death occurred on Mondav lest at the a«e of 50 years, of Mr A. N. O. Valthiallnffam MudaUar, a head of team in Anson Road area, i The funeral which took place yes- i ferday at the Hindu cemptiry. Bldadarl. was well-attende<l by a. wide circle

IN MEMORIAM [ARTICLE]

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IN MEMORIAM In Loving Memory of my beloved second son CHUNG CHEOW CHTTE (age 6 years old) who died on Ist August, 2604. "Your Memory will always remain In my heart For your passing has pierced it with a dart Whciever I may be you need not fear Your beloved

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WANTED IMMEDIATELY workman for Rolling Mill, Eclt and Nut Factory. Wire and Nail Factory. Also Turners, Fitters and other Workers in Iron. With or v.ithout erretience. Applicants should apply personally daily from 9 a.m. to p.m. (T.T.) bringing with them their Labour Pass Books or if rot their Census earns

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SYONAN TOKUBETU SI NOTICE NO. 103 RE: SALE OF LOTTERY TICKETS THE 15TH ISSUE of Koh-Nan Salken (lottery tickets) are now on sale to the public in Syonan as follows.— 1. Total Sum of Sale: The sum of two hundred sixty thousand (260,000) dollars is allot- ted for sale In

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Today's Syonan Radio p.m. flash news In Malai. Tanvl and Cantonese; 6.15 p.m. Syonan's local hour followed by the next day'* program summary; 6 30 p m. news j In Nlppon-Oo for beginners; 8.40 p.m. Indian Children's Hour; 7 p.m news In Malai; 7 20 n.m. talk in English by